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Hi I'm Jordan Kealohi K. Hao

I was born in Utah and raised in Hawaii. Played Football and Wreslted. I am a musician and a math enthusiast. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I enjoy playing sports. In High school I played football and wrestled. During my Junior year I forfeited a chance in states to place because the tourney's second day was postponed to a Sunday. I like playing the Ukulele and spending time with my family.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because I choose to be one. A lot of people say that they were forced when young to come to church and end up straying from the gospel. Everyone has a choice to be able to go to church or not no matter your age. The LDS Church is one thing that has helped my family to be close together. All my brothers have served missions for this church and me being the youngest I am excited to say that I currently am serving the Lord in the Philippines right now! The past month has been a great testament to the Abrahamic Covenant as well as to families. I had the opportunity to stand in the circle for two of my nieces and nephews baby blessings as well as in the confirmation for a baptism and I also had the opportunity to be able to go through the temple. My family means the world to me and seeing all of my brothers and sisters in White makes me know that Families are Eternal and I can't wait for the opportunity to start making a family for myself and adding to my parents 11 grand children. I know that my two Grandpa's are proud of us even though they currently aren't here with us today and I know that one day I'll be able to see them again.

How I live my faith

In my community I like to volunteer to help others with one of the members of our church. From helping to set up for the High school senior prom to helping to move trash it always is a good way to see the smiles of others as you help there lives a little easier.