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Hi I'm Aaron

I'm a father of five. I'm am executive in the tradeshow and events industry. I live in Union, Kentucky. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I work with a great team of people producing tradeshows and events all over the United States and Canada. Shows and events for every industry and type of business imaginable. My business experience has helped me see the world and meet all types of people. The experiences I have had in this business are unattainable in almost any other business. I love the variety and excitement that this work provides me. I have five great children, from pre-school aged to middle school and all ages in between. My kids participate in sports, play musical instruments, excel scholastically, and quarrel with each other like all other kids. My wife is an amazing mother who cares for them and teaches them daily. I enjoy politics and news and try to stay active and current in both. I care a great deal about what goes on in my community and what type of freedoms will be available for my children and future generations. I believe all people should be free and that I have a responsibility to promote and protect freedom in any way I can. I ride a Harley Davidson motorcycle and enjoy cruising around my community and occasionally touring the country with friends.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because being a Mormon helps me live a fuller life and be a better person than I otherwise would be. I am a better father and husband, a better member of my community, a better friend, and better member of the business community because I am a Mormon. Being a Mormon provides me with opportunities to strengthen my faith in Jesus Christ and to provide service to God's children. Being a Mormon provides me great comfort and hope in a troubled world. Being a Mormon helps me look to the future, beyond this life, with great hope and faith that a loving Heavenly Father has a purpose for me beyond this life.

How I live my faith

I primarily live my faith by trying to love my children and my wife and by teaching my children those things that I believe will help them lead good lives and please God. I also look for opportunities to help those in need and provide service when opportunities present themselves. I have a unique responsibility in the church. I get to help address questions the public may have about the Mormon Church in the Cincinnati area, help build relationships in the community (with business leaders, political leaders, and the media), coordinate service opportunities, and in other ways help the church be a part of the community in ways that reflect its members commitment and beliefs.