Hello, I'm Christian Owens Stevens.


Christian Owens Stevens

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Hello, I'm Christian Owens Stevens.

Welcome to my website.


This site is perpetually under construction. It has five pages and was last updated on 6 January 2011. Please enjoy the visit and be sure to look at the photos I've included.

  • Latest: Charlie Marie was born a healthy baby girl on 16 November 2011.  Riley loves being a big sister and is a wonderful help.  With the pregnancy ended, Angel's health has improved.  She will need some surgery to close some fistulas soon, but the surgeon seems to think that it will be a somewhat routine surgery and that she will do fine thereafter.  
  •  New employment:  I've undertaken some new projects while I wait for things to develop relating to my non-compete agreement.  I am promoting an website enhancement called iVo.  I hope that you saw an example when you signed in.  I am also helping to promote a friend's machine shop business, while spending more time on my philanthropic efforts including our VFW Post's Operation Santa and COL Michael Steele's Faces of Freedom.  
  • My roots: My previous employer was the United States Army. I was an Airborne Ranger and an Infantry Officer with the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 82nd Airborne Division. Having climbed the ranks from Private (E-2) in 1992 to First Lieutenant (O-2) and a promotion to Captain (O-3) arrived in my mailbox during my IRR time, I proved to myself and others that I could hang with our nation's best. In April 2001, only a few short weeks before leaving the military in August of that year, I competed with my partner in the Army's Best Ranger Competition and we earned 2nd place with the margin of victory being the smallest in the history of the event. Those were the 3 most challenging days in my Army career and quite possibly my life. I left the service under the notion that the days of conventional warfare were over and that peacekeeping operations like the one I had experienced in Kosovo were to be the role of the Army of the future. I enjoyed my service and I am very proud of it, but I am happy to be in control of my own destiny now. The challanges that I joined the Army looking for and found at the Best Ranger Competition were too few and far between. Without the prospect of the ultimate human challange on the horizon, I left what I thought was my calling. I wonder everyday if that was the right thing to do and I think it was. God bless the troops!

iVo Technology

My Playground

My Old Employer/82nd

My Old Unit/504th PIR

The Neighborhood

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