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Hi I'm Jason

I am a husband and father, a baseball player, I enjoy hunting, I am a pediatric dentist, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born in New Mexico. I went to jr college in Utah. I recieved my bachelors degree in Nebraska where I met my bueatiful wife. I recieved a Dental degree in Pennsylvania, and I am now finishing a pediatric dental residency. I went on a mormon mission to Peru. I played baseball through college and have been fortuante enough to play in 4 world series at different levels of play. Now I enjoy going on dental mission trips, where I have been to Honduras and Guatelama several times. I now have 2 daughters who have me wrapped around their little fingers.

Why I am a Mormon

My great-great-great grandfather on my fathers side joined the church in England and moved to the US after joining the church. My mother joined the church after my parents were married. I found my own belief in the church when I was a senior in high school and as a freshman in college. I found myself in some of the hardest trials of my life prior to going on a mission and I found comfort and truth in scripture study and prayer. After feeling of the Lords spirit and witnessing miracles on my mission in Peru I firmly believe in God, and in our Savior Jesus Christ, and that he loves us and cares for us.

How I live my faith

I have served in the church in many callings, from working in the nursery, to being a Young Mans President which oversees the youth activities including boyscouts. Service is probably the most important thing, weather it is going to help in large service prodjects like clean ups after natural disasters, to the small things like helping a family move into their home, or just helping a mom fix her sink. With my occupation this has lead me to mission trips to Honduras and Guatemala to help the children there.