Finally, a current picture of me!
Greetings! Welcome to my Web site. My interests include reading, genealogy, photography, watching TV, sports, and music (I play flute and alto sax and I’m a song leader at my church). Please read my biography to learn even more about me.
My family is very important to me. Thats why Im exploring my roots. Want to see if we are kin? Here are your options:
- View My Current Database (or download the GEDCOM)
- View my ahnentafel (ancestor table) [updated 16 August 1999]; the database is more up-to-date (and accurate).
- My Family Foto Gallery.
The last three books I have read:
- The Man Who Made Lists: Love, Death, Madness, and the Creation of Roget’s Thesaurus by Joshua Kendall
- Bath Massacre: America’s First School Bombing by Arnie Bernstein
- Highest Duty: My Search for What Really Matters by Chesley B. “Sully” Sullenberger with Jeffrey Zaslow
The last three movies I have seen:
- Takers (2010) starring Chris Brown, Hayden Christensen, Matt Dillon
- Despicable Me (2010) starring (voices) Steve Carell, Jason Segel
- Inception (2010) starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Ken Watanabe, Cillian Murphy
Top Rated (5 Star) Tunes Currently on My iPod (updated 25 Feb 2010)
Michigan State University is my alma mater and I’ll be a Spartan until the day I die! I was a member of the awesome MSU Spartan Marching Band (SMB), participating in its color guard and alto saxophone sections and forever ruining my knee while learning the bands trademark “Kickstep.” If you want to hear something tasty, listen to “The Series” (2000 edition), our drumline’s wicked street cadence. Learn more about the SMB and its traditions via its Wikipedia entry or view a promotional video on YouTube. While at MSU, I was a member of the Zeta Epsilon chapter of Tau Beta Sigma, a national honorary service fraternity for college bandsmen.
A current snapshot of me (2006)
I am a fan of handsome Canadian actor and rising star, Hayden Christensen, who played a certain villain in a certain blockbuster space saga that took place in a certain galaxy far, far away.
And, yes, I still sigh over actor Joe Lando who played Sully on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.
The Joe Lando Web Page — I was the webmaster of the original Lando website — this one is, shall we say, less subdued than mine, but chockful of photos and information for the hard-core Lando Lover.
Visit the Bovenschen School. What, a school named after ME?? Hardly. Its named after a wonderful man I once knew, in recognition of his long years of service at a Macomb county school district.
Kathy Bovenschen Created 10 OCTOBER 1995.