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Hi I'm Gayle

I went back to school and got a degree in horticulture while working and raising a family. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

When I graduated from collage, my granddaughter walked out with me. I have struggled with being a single mom, going to work when I never worked before, attended collage while single raising the last 2 children at home. It was a rat race but we succeeded with the help of My Heavenly Father. I got my degree in horticulture while working at the college and also did before school and after school daycare. I was fortunate and met a wonderful man who took me to the temple. We have served a mission for 18 months in Wyoming which we just loved. It is so great to serve the Lord.

Why I am a Mormon

In 1974 I joined the church. I was a young mom looking for a church to raise my family in. The Church had many family values which I wanted to instill in them. AS the years went on I became more familiar with the spirit that could be felt when things were done right. It made me feel good. I had the opportunity to help others and when I was down others helped me. I moved a lot and everywhere that I went I had members who were like family to love and be concerned about and us about them. It is like going home when you find them.

How I live my faith

When I first joined the church, I had the opportunity to teach the little children. It helped me learn what the gospel was about. I really enjoyed it when I got to take care of the nursery children. As I progressed in the gospel, my learning progressed and my ability to help others expanded. The most recent activity that I did was spend 18 months seving a mission in Wyoming sharing gospel messages. Before that I was president of the womans organizaton where I had the opportunity to help all the women in our ward. It give you such joy to serve others and help them.