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22 Jun 2011 (updated 22 Jun 2011 at 23:08 UTC) »

Craig Eder, 90, an Episcopal priest who served as longtime chaplain of the private St. Albans School and who retired as assistant to the rector at St. Columba's Church in the District, died Nov. 22 at Sibley Memorial Hospital. He had congestive heart failure.

Rev. Eder was chaplain at St. Albans from 1953 to 1973, during which time he taught sacred studies, conducted chapel services and started the school's community service program. In the last role, he took students to Quaker work camps in West Virginia, a church mission in eastern Africa and a Dakota Indian reservation.

In 2006, Rev. Eder told a St. Albans publication, "For the kids from St. Albans to come to know Indian people -- Indian persons -- was of real value. . . . One of my deepest convictions is that the real meaning of life is found in close personal relationships with people. God is involved in that."

After stepping down from St. Albans as chaplain, he spent about 14 years working at St. Columba's. He stayed involved with St. Albans as chaplain emeritus.

Craig Eduard Eder was born Sept. 6, 1919, in Ridley Park, Pa., and was a 1942 graduate of Harvard University. He completed studies at Virginia Theological Seminary in 1944 and the next year was ordained an Episcopal minister.

Survivors include his wife of 41 years, Edith Brown Eder of Washington; three stepchildren, Edith Gilliss Faile of Fairfield, Conn., William H. Gilliss of Louisville, Ky., and John H. Gilliss of Portland, Maine; a sister; and four grandchildren.

Rev. Eder said he initially intended to pursue a career in medicine and that his father, an Episcopal priest, played a key role in reorienting his focus toward the ministry.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Edith C.H. Eder, 93, a resident of Falmouth and Washington, D.C., died July 10.

Born Edith Corlies Houston Brown in Philadelphia in 1916, she was the daughter of Dr. Henry Paul Brown, Jr., and Edith Houston Brown.

A graduate of the Agnes Irwin School and Radcliffe College, she worked in Boston, Philadelphia and Avon, Conn., before moving to Washington, D.C. during World War II.

In 1948, she married the Rev. Carter S. Gilliss. They lived together in Maryland until his death in 1960.

In 1968, she married the Rev. Craig E. Eder. They were married over 40 years until his death in November 2009.

She and her husband Craig were enthusiastic travelers, visiting friends in many parts of the world, and spending summers at their Falmouth home.

She is survived by a brother, Dr. Thomas Brown of Lebanon, N.H., and a sister, Charlotte Dallett of Taconic, Conn.; a daughter, Edith Gilliss Faile and husband David of Fairfield, Conn., two sons, William Gilliss of Louisville, Ky., and John Gilliss and wife Barrett Alexander of Portland; four grandchildren, Carter Gilliss, Meghan Gilliss, Nathan Gilliss, and Edith H.M. Faile; and many nieces and nephews.

A funeral service will be held on Sept. 18 at 11 a.m. at St. Stephen and the Incarnation Church, 1525 Newton St., NW, Washington, D.C.

Arrangements are by Rapp Funeral Services, 933 Gist Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20910.

Memorial donations may be made to the Loaves and Fishes Program, 1525 Newton St. NW, Washington, D.C., 20010.

20 Mar 2010 (updated 11 Sep 2010 at 20:36 UTC) »

Lynn Tritremmel, 58, of Hamilton, passed into God's eternal care Monday at Capital Health Systems-Mercer.

Born in Trenton, Mrs. Tritremmel was a lifelong area resident, a member of Our Lady of Sorrows-St. Anthony Parish and a graduate of Steinert High School, Class of 1968 and Trenton State College, Class of 1972. She enjoyed gardening, traveling and cooking.

Sister of the late William Frascella, she is survived by her husband of 36 years, Herbert Tritremmel; two sons, Max and Alfred; her parents, William H. and Modestina Tiscione Frascella; four sisters, Diane Lyon, Michelle Coleman, Lillian Thames, and Modestina Feltner; five brothers, Michael, Gaetano, Luigi, Nicholas and David Frascella; two grandchildren, Margaret Ann and William Marshall Tritremmel.

Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 9:30am Friday at Our Lady of Sorrows Church, 3816 East State Street Ext., Mercerville, NJ.

Interment services will be private.

Family and friends may call 6-8pm Thursday at the Saul Colonial Home, 3795 Nottingham Way, Hamilton Square, NJ.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Catholic Charities, 383 West State Street, Trenton, NJ 08607 or Womanspace, Inc. 1212 Stuyvesant Ave., Trenton, NJ 08618

Family-Placed Death Notice

ZEBROWITZ, Andrew ANDREW (ANDY) MORRIS ZEBROWITZ Andrew (Andy) Morris Zebrowitz, born July 27, 1979, passed away Sunday evening, February 14, 2010 at Emory University Hospital. He is survived by his mother Cyndy Newcomer, father Michael Zebrowitz, sister Robin Zebrowitz Harpak and her husband Dotan Zebrowitz Harpak, stepfather Robert E. Newcomer, stepmother Kathy Aldan, grandmother Rosalyn Felheimer, and aunts, uncles, and cousins, all of whom loved him deeply. Andy lived in East Cobb County for 29 of his 30 years and graduated from Pope High School. All his life, Andy marched to the beat of his own drummer, amusing (and sometimes irritating) his family and his many friends with his wry humor and mischievous pranks. Andy was known for his deep, melodious voice and his unique way of expressing himself, both verbally and in writing. Known to his friends as "Kitten," Andy was a very talented writer who entertained people from all over the world with his website, www.mirrorshades.org, filled with his unique observations and his rants against conformity as well as his specially chosen musical selections. As a last generous gesture, Andy chose to be an organ donor, so that others may experience the joy of life that was his for nearly 31 years. The family wishes to express its gratitude to the amazing medical personnel at Emory University Hospital's Neuro ICU. A funeral service will be conducted by Rabbi Steven Lebow on Tuesday, February 16, 2010 at 4 p.m. at Sandy Springs Chapel, 136 Mount Vernon Hwy, Sandy Springs, GA, followed by a graveside service at Arlington Memorial Park, 201 Mount Vernon Hwy. Following the funeral, the family will receive guests at the Newcomer residence. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Humane Society of the United States, www.humanesociety.org. "The light that burns twice as bright burns half as long."

needless + vadim @K5 Fri Apr 16 15:10:58 EDT 2010

1:30pm. At the door of my home, informed by Captain & Lt. that since I left the division ~11:30am without telling any supervisor, and had not returned till 1:30pm, I had 2 hours of absence without approval, DEP is going to meet me on Monday morning for disciplinary hearing.

I thanked them for stopping by. Yes, I will be at work to meet with DEP on Monday.

~4pm, Virgina and Lt. M stopped by again, bringing my handbag etc. I had meant to return to work in the afternoon. It was very nice of them to bring my things home.

Can't wait for the next working day to come, this time. Amy Casternasks Hamilton 586-2880 Dr. Lynn Taska 732-548-8143 (Thu. Fri. Office)

http://192.168.1.1/verizon/redirect.htm...? due to a faulty dsl modem??

21 Jan 2005 (updated 16 Nov 2008 at 15:51 UTC) »

French film 'private fears in public places'

http://souptonuts.sourceforge.net/chirico/ - linkedin advogato member

i miss you too Pete. Recentlog without Zaitcev T= "my linux server at work with RH ES 3 connected to EMC DMX1000 won't reboot without manual divine intervention. honestly, an open case before this congregation" & in short T=!hosed!

7 Jul 2003 (updated 7 Jul 2003 at 18:47 UTC) »

The Swirling Brain, i belive the soft cost (insurance policy, gas expenses, highway tolls) of driving a car is so expensive these days that the cost of purchasing the hardware of a well maintained used car is like nothing...Is it good or bad for our future global consumers? Can we really afford time going about places without driving cars?

18 Feb 2003 (updated 18 Apr 2005 at 17:26 UTC) »

stripping ^M from FreeBSD Diary :

  • open file with vi ESC mod ":%s/^V^M//"
  • sed -e "s/^V^M//" <filename> > <output filename>
  • perl -pi -e "s:^V^M::g" <filenames>
  • cat <filename>|tr -d "^V^M" <new file>

    problematic site?

  • 4th:/www/apache-perl:
    -rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 139819 Jul 11 07:22 proxy-access_log
    -rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 68355161 Jul 11 07:22 proxy-error_log
  • jc_traffic_dump
    06605 105779910 69881502168 count ip from 198.78.66.75 to any
    06606 103237947 70856980149 count ip from any to 198.78.66.75
    -rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 769132 Jul 11 07:35 proxy-access_log
    -rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 68379290 Jul 11 07:35 proxy-error_log
  • 16 Sep 2002 (updated 6 Feb 2005 at 02:15 UTC) »

    can't remember what the hell this record was here for...

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    jjwiseman, my old pet peeve is that people attach such importance to fame, name or whom to blame. All M could be just another value in the variable of N. If you know what i mean...

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