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I and my wife are retired in Salt Lake City. We love to travel and spend time with our family. We are Mormons and we love that.

About Me

My life is filled and blessed beyond measure, with a loving wife, children, grand children and great grand children that are loving family members, giving support and help to each other as well as to the members of the communities they live in. Professionally, I was a CPA and my wife was a commercial banker, but personally, we have always made the gospel of Jesus Christ our first priority, because the teachings of Jesus always bring joy and strength.

Why I am a Mormon

As a Mormon, I know who and what I am. That is, without confusion, a child with a Heavenly Father who has provided an opportunity to live and grow in a mortal world where through experiencing good and evil we can increase in wisdom, patience and temperance. I also know why I want to continue gaining experience, because I, as well as every person who lives on this earth, will continue to live beyond this mortal life, using what we have learned in a new world where evil doesn't exist and where life and the opportunities for further growth will never again end. Mormons are no more intelligent or perfect than anyone else, except that we bear witness that the mission of Christ was real and because of Him we know who we are, why we live here, and what we can become.

How I live my faith

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints provides many opportunities for its members to socialize and be of service to each other, as well as to the members of the neighborhoods they live in. Over the years I have been asked to serve in many capacities, including teaching children, youth and adults, assisting in planning effective meetings and fun activities, and have have had many opportunities to help individuals one on one when they needed someone to strengthen them, maybe just by being with them. Being a Mormon gives each of us an avenue to be involved in helping others when otherwise we may not have such opportunities.