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Hi I'm Frank

I grew up in Utah. I worked for years as an engineer, and recently retired. I'm a Mormon

About Me

I spent the last 40 years working for large engineering firms. I worked for large construction of nuclear power in Korea, manufacturing test equipment for stinger missiles, managing startup and construction of large plastics factories, project management of pharma labs and medical devices. I am a grand father with 11 grand children. I recently retired from engineering and applied to become a senior missionary. I have been assigned to work for BYU Hawaii in the administrative services office. I will enter the MTC October 2, 2017. My hobbies are scuba diving, travel and visiting ancient sites of people long ago.

Why I am a Mormon

I continue to live as a Mormon because there are so many blessings from living the gospel centered life as a Mormon. I am blessed in many ways: health, prosperity, grand children, family, friends, positive outlook on life. I am Mormon because I truly believe in life after death. I truly believe in the temple covenants and blessings that all can partake if living worthy. I have faith that family is forever and we will live forever. I know that this church is the one started by Jesus Christ and restored in these last days on the earth before he returns again. We all need to hold onto this faith as Satan wants to pull us away from it so we are miserable like him.

How I live my faith

I have served in various positions in my wards as I have aged. I hold the priesthood in my ward. I have held positions of gospel essential teacher, ward mission leader, boy scout leader, children's teacher, and priesthood group leader over the years. When callings go out for service i always try to volunteer. When you volunteer to help others or causes that are good it makes you feel good about yourself. It takes your thoughts away from personal problems and into areas that make your mind and body feel better. I was never able to serve a mission when I was young and will serve starting this year. I will be 68. While I was working I always tried to share the knowledge of the gospel and blessings that are ours. Sharing this gospel is our gift to others that are open to the spirit. Part of being a Mormon is serving others and sharing the blessings of the gospel that has been restored in these latter days of earth.