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Hi I'm Jon Hansen

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a husband of 22 years and the father of 5 great kids, three girls and two boys (twins). I love sports of all kind (especially golf and basketball), hanging out with my wife, and traveling and exploring new places with my family in our RV. I grew up in southern California with 5 brothers and sisters and two great parents. After serving a two year mission for the church to Switzerland and Southern France I moved to Salt Lake City, UT to play basketball for the University of Utah and to meet the girl of my dreams. My wife and I married the summer before my senior year. When we both graduated, after living a few more years in the Salt Lake City area, we moved to Orange County in southern California and have been here ever since. I started my own investment management company in 1999 and love all things financial related. My parents taught me from a young age to love the Lord. They taught me the importance of following the gospel of Jesus Christ and that true happiness could only be found when we try to live a "Christ-Centered" life. I've found this counsel to be true my whole life and I am teaching my kids the same.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because it makes me happy. That happiness comes from belonging to the church that Jesus Christ has established and knowing that if I follow his plan, my life will be fulfilling.

How I live my faith

I try to live my faith simply by doing what Jesus asked all of us to do, love our fellow man like we love ourselves. I think a life of service starts first by serving your family -- being a committed father, husband, brother, and son and then by serving in your church and community. I'm a firm believer that the best way to live my faith is through my actions and if the way I lead my life can somehow influence someone for good, bring a little happiness to someone else's life, or bring them a little closer to our savior then I've lived my faith.