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About Me
Interests
Meditation on G-d's Word, Listening to The Still Small Voice of G-d and Biblical Teaching

Favorite Music
Worship and Praise

Favorite Books
The Bible

Favorite Quotations
"It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere." --Voltaire

General About Me
My name is Lee Ostrander and I'm originally from Waterloo, Iowa, where I lived for 19 years. After graduation from East High School, I worked at John Deer Tractor Works. I enlisted in The Navy. Served 4 years as an electronics tech with two tours of duty in Viet-Nam on two different ships. The first was a seaplane tender, The USS Salisbury Sound. The second ship was a aircraft carrier, The Yorktown. I married Karin Ohrland, whom I met in in Youth For Christ, while in The Navy. I also have worked in the electrical industry which I have now retired from. I am also a commercial beekeeper with forty years of packing my beehives around California with flatbed trucks and trailers. I have also retired from that work as well, but still have a few bee hives for my own enjoyment. I enjoy The Old Testament Prophets and love teaching them from a Jewish Perspective.

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