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Hi I'm Quinn

I love the outdoors, singing lame songs with my kids, a good joke at my own expense, anything with cheese on it and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am just your "run-of-the-mill" guy with an incredible wife and kids. I enjoy being outside hiking or camping. I am passionate about education, reading biographies, and super hero movies. Like some of those who are reading this (all two of you...probably only my wife and my mother...lol) I hate failure, celery, and my golf swing. I like to play most sports and still collect sports cards just like when I was a kid. I have earned a bachelor's and a master's degree and am "neck-deep" in a new business venture. I like to celebrate the good things when they happen and try to not get down on myself too much when things don't turn out right.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because it makes me happy and because it makes me a better man, husband, father and friend. By trying to follow Jesus Christ's example I feel my Heavenly Father's love for me. I show that love by living His restored gospel. As a young man I had to learn these things for myself and I am ever so grateful for the effort that I had to give in order to feel it. Those feelings drive me to become better each day. I have a long ways to go but I also have a patient Father in Heaven who loves me enough to forgive me and help me to grow.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by the little things; trying to not get frustrated with my kids when they spill cereal on the floor, sincerely asking how someone is doing, holding the door open for a woman at the store, praying for someone that is struggling and teaching a young boyscout how to do something instead of doing it for him. It's pretty amazing how often I am on the receiving end of a Mormon living their faith and how those kind acts drive me to try and become better. I am lucky enough to be teaching young men every week what it means to be gentlemen and in the process learning valuable lessons myself. I also volunteer for a local Boy Scouts of America troop that prepares young men to become great men with incredible aspirations and compassion. I live my faith with small steps following the Savior's path.