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Hi I'm Rob

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I moved to Jamaica when I was very young and I grew up in Kingston, the capital. I married Barbara Camille Wright also from Kingston and we moved from Jamaica to Miami and then on to Toronto, Canada. It was while living in Toronto that we were introduced to the church. We now have four children, eighteen grandchildren and one great-grandchild. I an an engineer with a defense company here in Colorado. I have travelled a lot in my job and have worked in Jamaica, Canada, the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia and the Netherlands. Our family has lived in Florida, Texas, Arizona and Hawaii.

Why I am a Mormon

When my wife and I first attended an LDS church while living in Toronto, we were very impressed with the sincerity and goodness of the LDS people. I was persuaded to pray about the restoration of the church and the priesthood, and we received a firm testimony that it was indeed true. It has been a tremendous help in our lives and in the lives of our children and grandchildren and we have overcome many challenges because of our faith and have received abundant blessings from the Lord. In this particular troubled day and age I can't imagine not having the gospel in our lives. No matter what happens we will be able to endure and look forward to an eternity of having our family together forever.

How I live my faith

My wife and I have been ordinance workers at the Dallas and Denver temples for about eleven years, and we love the spirit that is in abundance in these holy temples where families can be sealed together for all eternity. We try to be examples of Christ-like living, and to always make ourselves available to share the burdens of our friends and neighbors and to provide a helping hand.