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Hi I'm Tyler.

I am a native Californian and love California grown produce. I enjoy being a father and husband. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

For many years I was an avid runner. I still enjoy running but I would much rather play street football with my boys. I am 4 classes away from my Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, studying through distance education. I am a law enforcement Sergeant and absolutely love my career. On any given weekday you will find me at home trying to be a kid again with my own children. I value my wonderful wife who not only raises me along with the kids, but is patient enough with me to apologize even when I am to blame. I am fiercely loyal and devoted to my wife. I think being a father is the greatest calling on earth. I love to joke, play hard, smile, serve, and be young as often as I can. I am inspired everyday by the greatness of the people around me. If we take the time to look, greatness is found everywhere.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon. I chose to become a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints because I received a personal and undeniable witness from my Heavenly Father. Living the principles of the gospel taught by our faith has brought my family incredible joy. I feel a great sense of family with those of my congregation. We truly are each others keeper.

How I live my faith

I am well known as a "Mormon" by those with whom I work and associate. I am very particular about being faithful to not only my personal values but also to the values of my employer. I refrain from degrading language, which is ever present when working in law enforcement. I am currently in a life long adventure trying to master the gifts of teaching and patience. The latter is a bit more challenging for me. I dedicate two nights a week and Sundays in helping serve my community. I spend one night a week with our youth group learning life skills, serving our neighbors and helping them accomplish their personal goals. I dedicate one night per week visiting the homes of the families in our congregation. Sundays I give freely of myself in the service of my Master. Wherever I am needed, I want to be on His errand.