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Commisioner Page, RIP

May 31, 2002

I am writing you with sad news.

I will write next week about the Supervisor work that I do.

Today I am writing to tell you my friend, and Sterling's Planning Commissioner A. Tim Page passed away on Thursday, May 30.

Tim had been in critical condition at a Hospital in Morgantown, West Virginia where he had been on vacation.

I drove out there last Saturday to visit him and his family. I did get to see Tim and treasure that time I was given to see him. Now we must all pause and be ready to remember him for what he has accomplished. I will give you details of these arrangements as they become available.

Later I hope to send out some comments from others about Tim, as I am simply not able to express adequately the love and impact Tim spread in so many hearts. If you have a comment or experience, tell me.Thanks.

I have received many inquiries about Tim. Tim is loved by many people who have seen him at work at the Planning Commission. Tim has brought great honor to Sterling in his service. Tim made an extremely significant contribution to the entire county for three years. His humble and underspoken style has been an intelligent and mirthful complement to the formal settings of public meetings. If you have not met Tim, allow me to tell you that he casts a giant shadow on the minute details of zoning and land use on behalf of Sterling and and on behalf of your property rights interests and in resisting the social planners of Western Loudoun.

Tim Page made the case for people who had no other spokesman and for reasons of fairness. He did not seek this position of Planning Commissioner but was drafted by me to serve the people of Sterling.

Pray for Tim and his family.

And consider sending Tim's wife Caren page a card or letter so that his family knows how you feel. Let's fill up the mailbox. (For now, save any visits for the wake, which I will tell you soon) Address for cards: Family of A. Tim Page, 5 Exeter Court, Sterling, Va. 20165.

In response to numerous inquiries about Tim's life, here is a brief biography.

Tim Page turned 40 on May 6, and his wife Caren, and his friends from his Bible Class held a surprise birthday party at Tim's home. Then Tim went on vacation.

As Planning Commissioner, Tim attended twice weekly meetings of the Loudoun County Planning Commission and also attended informal meetings for zoning and other official purposes. Tim invested over 2,000 hours in 3 years working for Sterling's interests.

In his "regular" job, Tim was in the 100% Club in Re-Max, an honor for the top producers, and a Top Producer for the Multi-Million Dollar Club, since 1996 with NVAR (northern virginia association of realtors).

Tim was selected to serve on the Dulles Area Association of Realtors State Legislative Committee, an arm of the Virginia Association of Realtors, and went to Richmond to visit with the state legislature.

Tim was in real estate since 1994, and affiliated with REMAX in 1997. Before that he was with Caldwell Banker.

Tim's education was as follows: W. T. Woodson H. S., Graduated June 1980, in Fairfax, Virginia; U.S. Army Basic Training, 1980, Ft. Jackson, South Carolina; U.S. Army Administration School, 1980, Ft. Jackson, South Carolina; St. Leo's College, General Studies courses 1981, Ft. Eustis, Virginia; Department of Defense Interservice Postal School, 1982, Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis, Indiana

Tim went to Washington Bible College, from 1983 to 1986, and completed 80 semester hours in Lanham, Maryland

Time AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS included Army Achievement Medal, 1982. Salesman of the Month, November 1989, Sterling Ford Winner, Ford Motor Co. Walk-Around Contest, Cars 1988, Trucks 1989 & 1990 (Mentioned previously) NVAR Multi-Million Dollar Club level, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, and he was well on the way to making it for 2002. Tim Page, from 1997 to the present, was with RE/MAX Select Properties, Inc. in Sterling, Virginia 20165 Tim was married 13 years to Caren, with 3 children (2 girls, 1 boy)

Besides being on the Loudoun County Republican Committee with perfect attendence for 3 years, Tim also had extensive COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT: PA Announcer for Potomac Falls High School for Freshman, J.V. and Varsity Football games, 1997; Park View High School volunteer football chain crew & clean up, 1992 - 1996; Asst. Coach LLLL A-League Rams, 1992; Junior High Youth Group leader at Chantilly Bible Church, 1999; Adult and children Sunday School teacher at Chantilly Bible Church, 1998-1999

More on Tim Page next week.

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