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Hi I'm Neil

I live in Idaho and I sell cars for a living. I'm a husband, father, Grandpa and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love living in Idaho because of the mountians and all that goes with them. Hunting, fishing, skiing, hiking and camping. I have lots of diffrent interests that help me appreciate life. I golf, oil paint, do some wood working and have a little shop at my home. For years I referried High School and college basketball. As of late I serve on a hospital board see first hand the medical challenges.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church, but that does not say I have always acted as I was taught by a good mother and father. I served a mission in Uruguay for two years and it was there that I really studied the gospel for the first time and compared different religions. I saw first hand how this gospel changes lives, turns bad men good and made good men even better. I saw it influence families rich and poor. I witnessed miracles in my own life as I served the Lord. I became a better man, better spouse, and a better father. It has influenced my work ethic, my love of people and my desire to serve them. It has given me a balance to life that I don't think can be maintained any other way. I owe my peace and happiness to my Savior thru his teaching in this church. That is why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I am currently serving as 2nd counselor in a Young Marrieds LDS stake filled with awesome young people who are learning to apply the gospel in their lives. Some say the next generation has no religion in them. They have not meet these wonderful young adults. I love serving in the church because it helps keep me connected in a amazing way to my Father in Heaven and his teachings. I am challenged everyday to live the gospel, and its a privilege to help others who face challenges as well. I love the Savior, His grace has influenced my life such that I call him a friend, my savior, my rock.