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Welcome to Kings Park Online Vol. II Issue 32
If you are lucky enough you may even come across the Museum's most treasured relic, its Director, Mr. Leo Ostebo, a former Kings Park teacher.This crusty old codger (thank goodness he doesn't surf the net) has more facts and knows more legends about this town than anyone else.Included in his repertoire are stories anecdotes of virtually every item in inventory.Fair warning, before you endeavor to ask a question be sure to allot ample time for a response.Mr. Ostebo has this uncanny knack of turning what should be a two minute response into a two hour learning experience.His candor and spin will surely captivate and entertain you.
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A Message from
Kings Park Heritage Museum
Kings Park Heritage Museum Director Leo Ostebo
October 2011, Leo Ostebo
and the Kings Park Heritage
Museum were honored by the Smithtown Historical Society
for preserving local history and supporting the mission of the Smithtown Historical Society
Presenting the award to Leo Ostebo
was Tony Tanzi who detailed Leo's great accomplishments with respect to our shared history.
When asked why Leo wasn't his ornery self this night, Leo replied that he is a visitor here and he is representing Kings Park and wants to leave a good impression.
Mr. Leo Ostebo
Director, Kings Park Heritage Museum
Kings Park Central School District :: 180 Lawrence Road Kings Park, NY 11754 :: 631-269-3310 ::
Kings Park Heritage Museum
The United States Coast Guard Honored the Kings Park School District with the Distinguished Service Award in recognition for Leo Ostebo, Kings Park Heritage Museum and the entire Kings Park School District's support of the USCG.
Leo Ostebo - KP Museum Founder
Kings Park Heritage Museum Founder and Director Leo Ostebo was honored by the Smithtown Times with the 2009 Good Neighbor Award recognizing Leo Ostebo's lifetime of commitment to the Kings Park Community
This 1979 Article details the efforts of the Kings Park Heritage Museum's Founder and Current Director, Leo Ostebo's constant efforts to empower the students of Kings Park to be accepted to the Military Academies.
And 30 Years Later, Leo
is still at it!
His former teacher Leo ...
His former teacher Leo Ostebo, now retired and director of the Kings Park Heritage Museum, gave McCarthy a tour of the archives.
going to tell the story of one of the inmates," Ostebo
put McCarthy in touch with two of Wilhelmina's granddaughters, Linda Rhodes Jones and Wilhelmina Rhodes Kelly.
said McCarthy used his training as a psychologist to portray Wilhelmina with perception and empathy.