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Page Memorial Tomorrow

June 4, 2002

Here are some online articles on Tim Page and the memorial service coming up tomorrow Wednesday, June 5.

From the Northern Virginia Journal


Service scheduled for commissioner

A memorial service for Loudoun County Planning Commissioner Tim Page will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Christian Fellowship Church, 21673 Beaumeade Circle in Ashburn.

Page died Thursday of complications from sepsis, an infection of the bloodstream. After the memorial service, the church will hold a gathering of family, friends and colleagues. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Tim Page Children Memorial Fund, Chantilly Bible Church, 2739 W. Ox Road, Oakhill, VA 20171. - AMENA H. SAIYID

Here's the title and url for a long article in Leesburg Today online, including an excellent color photograph of Tim Page.

Memorial Service Planned For Commissioner Page

Here's my quote in this Leesburg Today online report which will be published in the regular newspaper tomorrow.

"Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio (R-Sterling)......spoke in tribute to Page at Monday's board meeting. "To me, politics is more than alliances, conveniences, agreements and arrangements. To me, politics is friends and family. That was my direction to Tim. Think of the board and planning commission as family. He did.

"He made you laugh a lot, and he has now figured out how to make me cry," Delgaudio said.

In a letter to constituents, Delgaudio said Page "cast a giant shadow on the minute details of zoning and land use on behalf of Sterling and on behalf of your property rights interests and in resisting the social planning of western Loudoun. Tim Page made the case for people who had no other spokesman and for reasons of fairness." (end of published quote)

Here's the Washington Post article printed in the Sunday Newspaper and also on-line.

Planning Official Tim Page, 40, Became Ill on Vacation Sunday, June 2, 2002; Page LZ06

Please do what you can to attend the service on Wednesday at the Christian Fellowship Church. Remember Tim and his family in your prayers. Thanks.

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