My name is Mike Wavada. I was born in Kansas City in 1948. I got a degree in math from the University of Michigan in 1970, but I spent most of my time there working on debate, going to debate tournaments, and playing bridge.
I was drafted into the army, and I spent eighteen months defending the country in Albuquerque and upstate New York. After two years working as an actuary in Hartford I returned to Michigan to coach debate for seven years.
From 1979 through 2014 I was chief cook and bottle-washer for a small software company in Connecticut. Then I retired. I enjoy travel, bridge, research, and writing. I am fascinated by just about everything that has to do with the popes — all of them.
I appreciate feedback. You can reach me at Mike@Wavada.org.