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The Swearing In Ceremony of Orange Elected Officials (with Video)

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Nov 142015
 

12235131_10208117297195012_71258649443185035_nOn Friday, Nov. 13, 2015, the newly elected Orange town officials were sworn in at the High Plains Community Center. A rather large crowd filled the gymnasium.

Republican Town Committee Member Craig Stahl presided over the proceedings.

Senator Leonard Fasano administered the Oath of Office to everyone from the Town Clerk and Tax Collector to groups of constables, Board members and finally First Selectman Jim Zeoli (VIDEO).

(Still photos by Amy Williams and Vin Marino, published on Faceboook)

You will find the full video on OGAT Video on Demand.

 

 

 

 

Obituary: Edith Pitt Stahl, 97, Beloved Mother Of Craig Stahl

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Feb 222014
 

Edith StahlEdith Pitt Stahl passed away peacefully February 21, 2014, surrounded by family and friends. Born in Ansonia Connecticut, January 5, 1917, daughter of Thomas and Viola Pitt, predeceased by her husband Arthur L Stahl, son Alan T Stahl, and Grandson Nathaniel Stahl brother Thomas Pitt and sisters Marjorie Steeves and Hilda Iles.

She leaves her son Craig A Stahl, his wife Elizabeth, Grandsons Joshua I Stahl, Christian A Stahl and, granddaughter Carrie Foster, her husband John and great grandsons, Cage and Ashur Foster. Step Grandchildren, Jennifer Snow and Brendan Snow. Former daughter-in-laws Gretchen C Stahl and Cheri L Stahl.

Edith graduated from Ansonia High School, Class of 1934, Arcadia University formally Beaver College, Class of 1938. She was the dietitian at Griffin Hospital during and after WWII and office manager for Stahls’ Automobile dealership in Derby for many years, until retirement.

Devoted member of the Orange Congregational Church since 1955 when she moved to Orange from Ansonia with her family. Edith was a proud lifelong member of the Order of Odd Fellows and Rebecca Lodges.

A memorial service will be held at the Orange Congregational Church on Saturday March 1, 2014 at 11:00AM. There will be no calling hours; burial will be private at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, her family requests that charitable donations be made through the Funeral Director, in Edith’s name to the Orange Congregational Church Endowment Fund, Griffin Hospital Development Fund or the Veterans Organization of your choice.

Arrangements by Jenkins, King & Malerba Funeral Home, 12 Franklin Street, Ansonia, CT 06401.