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Hi I'm Paul Seppi

Born and raised in Utah. I have been in the construction business for 48 years. I am a Mormon.

About Me

Born and raised in Price, Utah. My family moved to Provo, Utah when I was 16 and there I was introduced to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I was ultimately baptized, married my beautiful wife, Jill. We have six children and 13 grandchildren. Most of our family still live here in Utah and we are blessed enough to see them often. I attended the University of Utah and have spent my working years in the construction industry working on such projects as the Conference Center, the Utah Capitol State Building, the Tabernacle, the City Creek Mall, the Governors Mansion, and many other projects in Utah and the surrounding states. We are currently working on the new Provo Temple and Primary Children's Hospital expansion. I enjoy the arts with particular interest in fine art. I have been blessed to serve in many different church callings all of which have been a new challenge and opportunity for growth.

Why I am a Mormon

I consider myself a convert that continues to be converted daily. That is the beauty of the Gospel, here a little, there a little. I love to serve and to learn from those I serve with. Everyone has something to contribute as we are all Gods children and He loves us. To listen for and to feel inspiration and then act upon it, there is no greater feeling. I know the Gospel of Jesus Christ is true and that we are led by a Prophet today as we were in times past. I am thankful for this knowledge and the opportunity to continue to grow through reading His words in the scriptures especially the Book of Mormon, praying, serving, and church attendance. Of all the many blessings, I am most thankful for my eternal family and the Temple.

How I live my faith

I have had many opportunities to serve in the Lords kingdom. Through all these experiences, one thing is for sure, we are each known by our Heavenly Father. He knows our strengths and weaknesses and allows us to build others with our strengths and be built by others to improve our weaknesses. My most important calling is that of husband and father both of which have been supported by church service. I have had several opportunities to serve as a missionary assisting in spreading the Gospel as far and wide as I can. I find great joy in His work, getting to know and respect others, and teaching truth. There is no greater work than in our own homes and in His kingdom.