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Hi I'm Quinn

I grew up in northern Utah and now live in the midwest. I am proud to say that I am a 4th generation Mormon.

About Me

I am a pretty normal blue collar guy. I have been married for 34 yrs. I love the outdoors, hunting, fishing, any kind of sports. I have 2 children and 2 grandchildren with 1 more on the way. The family is the most important thing in my life. All the true joy in life comes with in the confines of the family.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day-Saints all my life. So I can not say what is like to not have the Gospel in my life. I admire those who have lived their life a certain way and are willing to change when they hear the gospel message. The gospel message is really quite simple. It is easy to understand, and makes so much sense as to why we are here upon the earth. When ever I share the gospel, even if the person is not interested in the message at this time in their life, they always say "that is so simple, yet it makes so much sense". The message of the Eternal Family means everything to me. It makes things so much more acceptable when you know the whole plan of our Heavenly Father. Knowing we will be with loved ones again. It doesn't mean that the loss of a loved one is easy, but it sure is comferting to know we will be with them again. The blessings of the temple are awsome and the covenants that I have made with my Heavenly Father are priceless to me.

How I live my faith

I try to live my faith by being the best example I can each and every day. Helping those I come in contact with and those that I work with. The way I dress, the language I use can go a long way in giving someone a good first impression. There is not a better feeling in the world than to give service to someone in need. It is not always easy or has the best timing, but you always feel good when you are done. I have helped clean up after 2 significant floods. 1 in Rexburg Idaho when the Teton damn broke and 1 in Minot North Dakota this past summer. It is heart breaking to see what people have to deal with after disasters like these.