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Hi I'm Sydnee

I'm a mother and grandmother. I'm a Social Worker for my community. I love doing genealogy research. I'm a Webelos den leader.

About Me

I married my high school sweetheart after finishing college. I'm a mother of seven children and have 11 grandchildren. I love playing the piano and reading good books. I work as a social worker for children in my community, currently answering the Hotline for abused children. I have been involved in licensing homes for foster children and have been an emergency response worker in social work. While raising my children I substitute taught in the schools and played the piano for the school choirs.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints from birth. I have ancestors that joined the church back when Joseph Smith first organized the church. My roots go deep and my faith and love for this church goes deep in my heart, but most of all I love my Savior Jesus Christ and all that He has done for me. I know that this is the true restored gospel, the same that our Savior established when he was upon the earth.

How I live my faith

I am involved in genealogy and love doing family research as a family history consultant. I also assist others at the Temple for our church. Along with my husband we are currently the Webelos leaders for the 11 year old boys in the Scouting program where they learn to look for ways to be kind and loving to others. Praying every day and reading my scriptures is something I enjoy and it brings me a sweet inner peace in my life.

What do Mormons believe about family?

Sydnee
Mormons believe that families can be together forever. We lost our son at the age of 22 years old and we know that we will be with him forever due to the eternal blessings received in the Temple of our church. Show more Show less