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Robert (Bob) Maresh was the main person responsible for running and maintaining the TI calculator programming branch of Kevtiva Interactive.
Bob released several programs and games while a member of Kevtiva Interactive, including a handful of ports of games by SiCoDe Software. He also was the man behind almost all of Kevtiva's programming articles and innovations, including calculator hacks and the notable program releases of invaluable assembly tools such as Flash Gordon and ZPic.
He originally posted his programs and games on his own website (URL: http://www.geocities.com/ticalcman/82.htm) before deciding to head up Kevtiva's TI programming branch. All of his stuff was then posted on Kevtiva's site accessible from the URL http://calc.kevtiva.com.
Bob was a devoutly religious man, and decided to pursue the seminary and become a Catholic priest. That was one of the main reasons behind the closing of Kevtiva's TI branch in late 2002.