Doug Ledbetter

A quote for thought:


We are annoyed by the assumption on the part of certain public figures that the citizen should be able to prove the need to acquire a means of protecting himself. The citizen's personal needs are no business of the state. Liberty, when in place, grants the right of the citizen to do what he chooses as long as he does not stamp on the rights of others. Nobody needs caviar or a pleasure boat or opera tickets. Whether he wants these things is, again, no business of the state.
— Jeff Cooper (August 2006)

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Doug was graduated from MidAmerica Nazarene University (MNU) in December of 1995 with a bachelor's degree in Computer Science. After graduation he worked for MNU in the Information Technology office. In 1999, he became the University's first full-time webmaster.

Family life is important to Doug and he enjoys spending time with his wife, Rhonda, and his three children: Christopher, Jessica and Thomas. Rhonda spends her days with nanny work and enjoying her adult children.

The study of theology (a systematic understanding of the nature of God as revealed in the Bible) is one of Doug's interests. Everybody has a system of theology, so why not make it a good one?

Nathan and Doug have been working in their spare time together on a game company, Happy Kitchen Games, which launched their first game title: Click-a-Block! Check out the free download and let me know what you think!

Doug scored ISTJ on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (big surprise, eh?).

As a graduate from McLouth High School (USD 342) in McLouth, KS (class of 1991), he would be interested in hearing from others who attended, especially those in his class.


For the longest time I didn't really have any hobbies, but I've taken steps to remedy that. In the process I've discovered the reason I never had hobbies: they're expensive!

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