Curt Andrew and his wife of 28 years, Natasha, were both raised by Dutch immigrant parents, in the Dutch Reformed Church in Canada. Curt Andrew received his BS and MS in Physics from the University of Calgary. He then went on to get his PhD in Physics from the University of Delaware. After two years of post doctoral work at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Curt Andrew began working at the University of Colorado on the NOAA campus as a Research Scientist. He has been attending BPC since 2006.
Curt Andrew and Natasha have two sons; Aaron and Eli. As a family they enjoy reading, movies, games, and spending lots of time together. Curt Andrew enjoys coffee, beer, and opera!
Favorite verse: Ezekiel 36:22-32 22 “Therefore say to the house of Israel, ‘Thus says the Lord God, “It is not for your sake, O house of Israel, that I am about to act, but for My holy name, which you have profaned among the nations where you went. 23 I will vindicate the holiness of My great name which has been profaned among the nations, which you have profaned in their midst. Then the nations will know that I am the Lord,” declares the Lord God, “when I prove Myself holy among you in their sight. 24 For I will take you from the nations, gather you from all the lands and bring you into your own land…. 31 Then you will remember your evil ways and your deeds that were not good, and you will loathe yourselves in your own sight for your iniquities and your abominations. 32 I am not doing this for your sake,” declares the Lord God, “let it be known to you. Be ashamed and confounded for your ways, O house of Israel!”
Favorite quote: “For man to be able to live he must either not see the infinite, or have such an explanation of the meaning of life as will connect the finite with the infinite.” Leo Tolstoy, Confessions
Favorite book: The Death of Ivan Ilyich, Leo Tolstoy; Til We Have Faces, C. S. Lewis; Northwest Passage, Kenneth Roberts; The Great Good Thing, Andrew Klavan; currently enjoying Living Life Backward: How Ecclesiastes Teaches Us to Live in Light of the End by David Gibson.