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Hi I'm Carma

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Carma. I am the mother of seven children and 26 grandchildren. Having a big family is one of my greatest blessings. I believe that my husband and I can live with them forever if we live for that blessing. They bring a happiness and joy that is hard to describe. Life would be so empty with out my family. I am a Mormon. I graduated in 1959 with a college degree in home economics education with a minor in science. My working career included teaching junior high school for two years and working as a secretary for two years. I earned my “PHT Degree” awarded by the dean of the medical school for putting my husband through medical school. After that I enjoyed the role of “stay at home mom.” I love to read, enjoy having family gatherings, and serving others. I recently spent about three and a half years working at the Family History Center. I am currently working as a volunteer teacher’s assistant for a second grade class.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born to a Mormon family and have been dedicated to the faith ever since. My life would incomplete without the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The Church teaches me to place full faith in the Lord, Jesus Christ. And it tells me how to do it. Christ is my Savior and my Exemplar.

How I live my faith

My faith in God has grown and developed through years of service ranging from serving as president of children’s, young women and adult women organizations to Cub Scouts, Scouting and food storage assignments. This service augmented by scripture study, prayer, church activity and attendance has been most beneficial for my development of a testimony that Jesus is the Christ, the Savior of the world.