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Hi I'm C. Muncy

I enjoy life and people and I'm a mormon

About Me

I grew up in a large family with lots of brothers and two sisters. I have always enjoyed playing and watching most all sports. I am married and have two GREAT kids. In the last few years I have been picked up motorcycling and mountain biking as hobbies. I am in the food science industry having gone to school and Utah State, and Mississippi State. I really enjoyed my college experience. I served a mission in Argentina and had GREAT experiences there as well. I hope to return someday. I have been able to travel to 6 different countries and 43 of the 50 states. I enjoy being around my family both immediate and extended. I have alway been a member of the church and have had great examples around me.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born in the church where my mother's side dated back to church beginnings and my fathers' was a convert at the age of 20. For me it has been easy and made common sense to be in a church and follow church principles. In the elementary school I attended I was a rarity because I didn't swear or follow along with activities common for other kids of that age but not in line with my beliefs. By 6th and 7th grade I was beginning to pointed out and made fun of because of these differences to a point where going to school was a challenge. But I knew how I wanted to act/be and it probably solidified by beliefs and faith. After 7th grade my family moved to Utah to the big town of Logan. In a high mormon population my beliefs and actions were a norm vs. a rarity. I always wonder how things would have had I not moved with my friend and school experience.

How I live my faith

I enjoy serving and helping others. I have several interests and like to merge my interests to link with others. I like working with youth and young kids. If a had my choice I would get paid working with kids and coaching sports! Serving a mission in Argentina was a great eye opener to me politically and economically and mostly spiritually.