William is an Arizona native, born and raised in Mesa, Arizona, having attended... more
William is an Arizona native, born and raised in Mesa, Arizona, having attended Westwood High School and Arizona State University. William is married to the former Kristy Dennison. Following high school, William served as a missionary for the LDS Church in Rostov-Na-Donu, Russia. Upon return from his service as a missionary William completed his formal education. While attending ASU as an under... view profile
I am a recently divorced father of four who helps people out of undesirable... more
I am a recently divorced father of four who helps people out of undesirable situations. As a recent divorcee, I understand the trials that people are going through and don't judge anyone for the situation they are in. Divorce is a difficult time for everyone involved. Some attorneys will add to the conflict, I am not that attorney. It is my goal to do as little damage to the family as possible ... view profile
I was born in Tucson, Arizona and grew up spending my summers in Arizona and my... more
I was born in Tucson, Arizona and grew up spending my summers in Arizona and my winters in Colorado (backwards, I know).My wife and I have four children three boys and one girl.My daughter has Down syndrome, and so I am proud to be an active member and supporter of Sharing Down Syndrome Arizona, the National Down Syndrome Society, and the National Down Syndrome Congress.
Tom grew up in Mesa, then joined the military "to jump out of airplanes". Tom was a... more
Tom grew up in Mesa, then joined the military "to jump out of airplanes". Tom was a medic in the 82nd Airborne, US Army from 1987 to 1990, and again in 1991at Fort Letterman Army Medical Center during the Persian Gulf War. Tom then joined the Navy Reserve, where he was assigned to a Marine Corps Company as a Corpsman. During this time Tom attended Arizona State University and graduated with a B... view profile
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