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Hi I'm Alyson Rummler

I am a wife and a mother of 6 children. I love to learn, create and teach. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in the Northwest. My parents taught me the importance of getting a good education. My dad encouraged my love of math and science. In college, I enjoyed my engineering and physics classes but realized my passion was teaching. I graduated from college in math secondary education with a physics minor. After one year of teaching junior high, I decided the most important teaching I could do was as a mother. Now with six children, I enjoying passing on my love of reading, history, science and math. I like to volunteer in the schools. With 5 boys, I also find opporturnities to volunteer in the scouting program. My interests include scrapbooking, family history research, sewing, reading and being physically active. I enjoy discovering new foods and ways to help six children like whole grains and vegetables. Most of all, I love being a wife and mother.

Why I am a Mormon

Born to parents who were both raised as members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, I grew up attending church, studying the scriptures and praying as a family. Both of my parents have a deep love of the Savior, scriptures and serving others. As a young girl and teenager, I developed my own testimony of the truthfulness of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I know my Savior loves me and is aware of me. I know the scriptures are the word of God and find great strength as I study them.

How I live my faith

I teach a class for women two Sundays a month. Together we study the teachings of prophets and apostles and the gospel. We discuss principles that strengthen us, as women, in our many different roles. In the women's organization of the church, Relief Society, I also participate in monthly visits to other women in the organization. I truly believe and try to follow the Savior's teaching, "if ye have done it unto the least of these my brethern, ye have done it unto me."