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Hi I'm Mark Singleton

I love photography & to travel, I'm retired from the Air Force, the father of six, a husband and Grandfather and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently an Executive in the Pharmacy Industry. Having joined the Air Force at age 17, I traveled around the world (I have been on every continent but South America and Antarctica). I was married quite young at age 19, then spending two years in Italy. I had 3 children, before my marriage ended, and starting my life as a single father. That time was rather short lived, within 2 years; I married a great lady, who had 2 children. We came home from our honeymoon with 5 children at our house. Five months later I retired from the Air Force. We lived in Utah, where I focused my career on Information Technology. My Wife and I had our sixth child, in Utah and continued to live there until 2011 when we moved to Wisconsin. My life has been directed by the Air Force and the Lord, both has done me very good. The Lord has been there to bless me; he has taken care of my family and me. This is not to say there have not been challenges in my life, and with the family. But when we need to have support we can lean on the Lord.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born in 1961; my parents were not really that religious although I did attend a few different churches occasionally, when I was 12 I started attending the Grace Baptist Church. At age 13 my brother started going to the LDS church with a friend. I attended a Friday Evening presentation on the “Book of Mormon”. That night I met some kids that I knew from School. One invited me to come on Sunday to church. The next Sunday, I walked to church (my brother worked on Sunday morning). It was like I had attended there for years, I felt comfortable. That night the Baptist Minister stopped by my house and asked why I did not make it to church. When I told him, he got really mad, which made me wonder why? So I decided to take the challenge that was given to us in that Friday night presentation. I read the Book of Mormon, and I prayed about it. My answer was clear, the truth of the Book of Mormon and the Church. Through out my life I have used payer for answers to the most difficult questions.

How I live my faith

Currently I am the Ward Mission Leader, which is to help the Congregation and the Full Time Missionaries to work together to bring people unto Christ. I have served in the church in Scouts, as Sunday school president, as Ward Finance Clerk, and in the Elders Quorum Presidency.