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Hi I'm Frank

I'm a computer engineer, I'm a Husband, I'm a Father, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born in New Jersey but my childhood/youth were in Connecticut. I have relocatted due to family employment situations from Connecticut to California then finally to the Seattle area. I work at a large computer organization in the Pacific Northwest as an Operations Engineer. Outside of work my most important job is raising my 2 young children and being a husband. However, I am actively involved in the community and Church. I am also an avid soccer fan.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Some refer to us as Mormon in reference to The Book of Mormon. Growing up I was raised by great parents and have a great sister. They provided a great example in my life on how to be a good person, reliable, and trustworthy. These are all very important values in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints but I was not raised in the church. Growing up in New England the religious environment was one of mostly Catholicism. I too was raised in this religion but as a youth I followed what my family did. As I grew older in my youth I yearned for more for I felt that something was missing. Then at the age of 20 I discovered The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I took one missionary discussion and felt that I needed to learn more. I started reading The Book of Mormon and still wanted more. So I continued the discussions and reading and I felt that this Church was correct for me due to the values that involved heavily in the family.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by always living the values of the church. I love to assist others as I truly believe that we are all sons and daughters of a loving Heavenly Father and He would like for us to treat each other as brothers and sisters. I teach my children to live life to it's fullest but not to take a day in life for granted. To help those who are in need of helping and to cherish the relationships that helping others establish. As with service, relationships are built stronger as we love one another.