30 June 2008

Shannon + Aaron Album

Here is a small preview of the album design we did for our recent wedding of Aaron + Shannon. 

Enjoy the small taste.











20 June 2008

A New World Recrod !

On behalf of the Guiness Book of World Records, we would like to thanks them for our recent accomplishment in the annuals of time.



Ok... All we did was download the new Firefox Browser, but hey.. They set a new world record.

04 June 2008

50,000 worms and no returned emails

A few days ago, I had a CISCO networking question and thought I'd call up my old friend of mine, Ted Marchand, who designed the system. After a few unanswered emails, which was odd, I thought I'd give him call.

I then learned that Ted had passed away a few years ago. That would explain why he hasn't returned any of my phone calls for the past few years. I told his old employer to take off his voicemail since I don't think he'll be getting to those any time soon. :)

So after a little searching with my trusty helper Google, I found this. 

Theodore Marchand

SAUGERTIES, N.Y. - Theodore (Ted) Marchand, of Saugerties, died Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2004, at Ten Broeck Commons in Lake Katrine, N.Y.

Born on Nov. 13, 1942, in Auburn, Maine, he was the son of the late George and Beatrice Berry Marchand.

He resided in Saco, Maine, until he moved to Ten Broeck Commons. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Rhode Island and worked for IBM in Providence and later in Kingston, N.Y., until his retirement in 1993.

While living in Holly Hills, Woodstock, he worked for IBM and also was a property manager and an associate with Westwood Real Estates in West Hurley.

Upon his retirement from IBM, he moved to Rochester, Minn., where he taught at Rochester University and was affiliated with Cisco Computer Design Company.

He moved to Maine in 2002 and designed the computer system for the school systems in the state of Maine, under the auspices of Cisco. He was a member of IBM Quarter Century Club and served in the U.S. Air Force, stationed in Greenland during the Vietnam era.

Survivors include two sons, Todd of Kingston, N.Y., and Scott of Saugerties; a daughter, Jennifer of Shandaken, N.Y.; his former wife, Erna Bomba Marchand of Olivebridge; two brothers, Barry of Maine and Robert of Connecticut; seven grandchildren; two nieces; aunts Gerry Wheeler of Kittery, Maine, and Arlene Goold of Belleview, Fla.; and several cousins.

A sister, Karen Marchand, died in 1960.

MARCHAND - Theodore (Ted) Marchand of Saugerties, N.Y., died Nov. 16, 2004. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 27, at the Methodist Church in Minot Corner, Maine. Burial will be in Pine Grove Cemetery, Poland, Maine. Arrangements are under the direction of the Lasher Funeral Home, Woodstock, N.Y.

Rest In Peace old friend....


02 June 2008

Name That Photo

Below this image is a place for comments. Please add your best thoughts how to Title this image. As much as I wish I posed this shot, this was LIVE action.



Red Cedar Soccer

 

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