Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
About Me:

Born and raised on Chicago's south side, Law Enforcement professional for 23 years, now a corporate executive. I have lived in Nevada, Virginia, Louisiana, as well as Southern and Northern California,
Convert to the Church...
My last relationship was 2 years ago.
Proud father of three adult daughters.
I am an optimistic, playful and spontaneous. I have an innate taste for discovering new things every day. I love life, and believe in God.
I enjoy traveling from road trips to trips abroad.
I believe, nature is one of the ways in which God has revealed Himself to humanity. Thus I enjoy hiking, camping and landscape photography.
I equally enjoy museums, a love I developed as a child in Chicago. I use to take the CTA bus to the Museum of Science and Industry, the Art Institute, and Field Museum.
I am seeking someone who is comfortable in their own skin, has their life in order, meaning they are spiritually, emotioinally, physically and financially stable.
Run in four 5k races
Raise awareness of stroke and heart attack risk in Black Men

LDS singles I'd Like to Meet:

There are many qualities you will want to look for in a friend or a serious date – to say nothing of a spouse and eternal companion – but surely among the very first and most basic of those qualities will be those of care and sensitivity toward others, a minimum of self-centeredness that allows compassion and courtesy to be evident. ‘That best portion of a good man’s life [is] his . . . kindness,’ said Mr. William Wordsworth (‘Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey’ [1798], lines 33–35). There are lots of limitations in all of us that we hope our sweethearts will overlook. I suppose no one is as handsome or as beautiful as he or she wishes, or as brilliant in school or as witty in speech or as wealthy as we would like, but in a world of varied talents and fortunes that we can’t always command, I think that makes even more attractive the qualities we can command – such qualities as thoughtfulness, patience, a kind word, and true delight in the accomplishment of another. These cost us nothing, and they can mean everything to the one who receives them.” Jeffrey R. Holland, How Do I Love Thee, BYU Devotional Address, February 2000

Church of Jesus Christ:

It is true..