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Hi I'm Dave

I'm a husband and a father. I'm a business man and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I a husband and father. I am married to my sweetheart and have two children, girl and a boy. I am CEO of a technology consulting company. I love being a great dad and husband, spending time with the family, movies, travel, just about anything science fiction, water skiing, and anything that has to do with the water and boating. I love shooting and four-wheeling when I get the chance.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born in to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. My mother comes from a long line of LDS church members dating back to the restoration of the gospel in the 1830's. My father converted to the church after meeting my mother and wanting to marry her. I am the last of 4 children. I realize that I've always known the church is the true church - the only church with all of the keys and authority to get back to heavenly father. My testimony has grown over the years from simple acts and exercises of faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Simply put, I am a Mormon because I know though my experiences that there is a God. His plan for a forever family is beautifully simple. He answers my prayers, he is loves me, knows me perfectly. I know that through his plan if I make the correct choices and apply faith in Christ and repenting when required I will have a family forever and live with Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by striving to learn and apply the principles of the gospel of Jesus Christ as told in the Bible and the Book of Mormon as well as from modern information and revelation from our current Profit. I try to be a better person today than I was yesterday and I know that after all I can do, Jesus Christ will make up the difference that I simply cannot. I am involved in my church in teaching our young ones the basics of the gospel which I find very rewarding. I also am involved in the community with my Rotary club and local Chamber of Commerce. I try respect all people and all opinions and live by the example that Christ laid out in his life, an example of pure service and pure love for all people no matter their background, ethnicity, political alignments, or nationality. That is how I try and struggle to live my faith.