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Hi I'm Robert.

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born in a small Utah town named Salina, and went to school there, completing the first grade. At that point my parents took school administrator positions in the small town of Bunkervill, Nevada about 125 miles outside of Las Vegas. Following the fifth grade our family moved to Las Vegas, Nevada where I grew up and completed high school. From there I attended a school in Utah and graduated in 1971. I graduated with a degree in advertising and public relations, but went to work for an insurance company for 33 years. I am retired from the insurance industry. My hobbies are graphic layout, design, and display for print media, having worked in that field since my retirement from the insurance industry.

Why I am a Mormon

As a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints from birth I have a deep a abiding belief in the divinity of our Saviour, Jesus Christ. It is his gospel that guides me through my earthly existance and provides me with answers to my questions regarding the type of decisions we all must make daily. The close relationship I have with my Saviour brings me a joy unmatched by any other teaching or understanding I have of this complex life we live. I have a firm and abiding testimony that he lives and watches over each of us ... all of us ... to the end that we might return to be with him after this existance has been completed.

How I live my faith

In my ward I function as the employment specialist, helping those who are our of work, find work. I assist other who have work but need to upgrade their income to cover the increasing cost of living or growing family. Doing so brings me great joy, seeing people move from conditions of uncertainity to positions where they no longer worry about "making the bills for the month". I assist them with their resumes, give them tips on how to network while looking for work, and directing them to training and resources that will aid them in looking for and securing the kind of work that best fits their needs.