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Hi I'm Warren

I'm a pharmacist, father of six children, and grandfather of eight. I love music, racquetball, snowmobiling, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I attended pharmacy school at the University of Utah, and I am still an avid fan of Utes football. I like to go hiking in the national parks, and Arches is my favorite. Although I was born in Salt Lake City, I lived in Belgium and Germany when I was a child. I was a scoutmaster for many years, and have a great many firends among the boys and leaders I worked with. I helped coach my daughter's lacrosse team for four years. I love to be with my family, tend my grand children, and go on vacations. Professionally, I have moved into the business side of pharmacy, and I currently help run 129 pharmacies for a large grocery chain.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the LDS church, and my testimony has developed over the years. When I read the Book of Mormon, sthe Bible, or other sacred scriptures, I often feel a confirming feeling that helps me know the truth of what I am reading. I cannot imagine living on this earth without a knowlege of the great plan of salvation, understanding that there is a great purpose for my mortal life, and the wonderful blessings available to all people in the post-mortal realms who prepare themselves to receive it.

How I live my faith

I teach the adult class in Sunday School in my ward. I also sing in the ward choir, and serve as the ward music chariman. I have three families that I visit every month to provide an uplifting message, and any service that they might need. I gladly participate in our Sunday services, and I willingly pay tithing and contribute to provide assistance to the poor. I am thankful for the service of others in my area who provide many similar services for me. What a wonderful plan our Savior has for His work to be done through the efforts of imperfect people such as myself! By service, we become more like Him.