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Introducing

Dear visitor, deliberately or not, you have reached the website of the Meijer-Houtveen family. And while you are here: have a look around; you might run into something interesting!

But, first of all, let's start with a brief introduction of our family:


René Meijer

Name: René Meijer.
Born: 1961.
Occupation: Since 1985 employed in the IT-field, of which 12 years freelance. As of 2007, employee of RDC inMotiv Nederland as Project Manager.
Hobbies: Genealogy, hiking, sports in general, and is the administrator/helpdesk of the complete network at home...



Astrid Houtveen

Name: Astrid Houtveen.
Born: 1964.
Occupation: After 12 years of taking care of our children, employed as a teacher since 2002, since 2010 at Taalcentrum, where she teaches Dutch to foreign children aged 13-18. Was asked in 2005 to be a member of the "Landelijk Platform Beroepen in het Onderwijs", an advisory board of the Ministry of Education, which is studying the implementation of various functions in education.
Hobbies: Hiking, tinkering, and solving puzzles (jigsaw, Japanese and Sudoku puzzles).



Brian Meijer

Name: Brian Meijer.
Born: 1990.
Occupation: Since 2016 working as an order picker at Telesuper. Was born with a psychological (some say neurological) handicap (Asperger's Syndrome). Lives on his own not far from our place, under guidance of a specialized organisation (DBA).
Hobbies: Working on the computer (at least the games...), listening to music and playing korfball.



Davy Meijer

Name: Davy Meijer.
Born: 1992.
Occupation: Graduated from Wageningen University in 2016 (Master of Science in Biology), and looking for job opportunities in his field, or for a suitable PhD.
Hobbies: Working on the computer (games), hiking, sports in general and playing korfball in Wageningen, where he is living.




Choose a subject from the menu on the left to proceed. And if you wonder why we call ourselves "BRAVY": BRian and dAVY... 😉


Note: As you might have guessed: English is not my native language, but hey, I am willing to learn! If you find any mistakes, feel free to correct me.