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Hi I'm Debby

I'm an Army wife, a mother and a grandmother. I love to travel. I love to run. I'm a Mormon

About Me

My parents taught me early on to embrace change and instilled in me a love for adventure. When my husband finished dental school, and decided to pursue a career in the military, I was totally surportive and thoroughly loved our nomad life. I have moved 34 times and traveled all over the world. I have loved each and every place and look forward to our next assignment in Italy. I have great "nesting" capabilities and love to set up my home but the mover in me likes change so I'm always looking forward to what lies ahead. When I'm not packing or unpacking I love to run or ride my bike. I love to read and enjoy entertaining. The irony of my life is that even though I love adventure, the times I treasure most are when I'm just sittting around the house with my family and friends.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints by loving parents that taught by example how to live a Christ like life. The Church has been my lifeline to give me direction and a patern of living that I know has brought me though the rough times. I can't imagine starting over as many times as I have without knowing that all I have to do is make it to the first Sunday and I would have instant friends and familiar gospel structure. No matter where I am the teachings are the same and never vary because of our location. It's a comfort to me to know that we are led by a modern day Prophet who understands us and is in tune to what we need to know for our particular trials.

How I live my faith

I have always enjoyed working and serving in different capacities in our local congregation. For years I worked with the Young Women, ages 12 to 18 and enjoyed planning and participating in weekday activities as well as Sunday instruction. Currently I work in the women’s organization doing pretty much the same thing only with the age difference. It’s a joy to see women of all different back grounds come together and be of one mind and heart.