Eduardo J. Padrón
Office of the President
300 N.E. Second Avenue
Miami, Florida 33132-2297
Message From the President
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Celebrating the lives of Lisa and Callie
Gratefulness is a celebration of life’s richness, and for those of us who knew Lisa Ard and Callie Pascal, who passed away in a car accident on Tuesday morning, we can be grateful that our paths crossed in this lifetime. To remember them and to celebrate the richness of their lives, we welcome you to attend a memorial service at the Kendall Campus on Monday.
CELEBRATION OF THE LIVES OF LISA ARD and CALLIE PASCAL
Memorial at the Gibson Center (Gymnasium), Kendall Campus
Monday, November 3
A few colleagues and friends of Lisa and Callie will be sharing their memories as we all reflect on the gift of their lives. If you cannot attend, please take a moment during this time on Monday to be grateful and to remember Lisa, Callie, and their families.
Individual memorial services will also be held as follows:
Lord of Life Church
9225 SW 137 Avenue, Miami, FL 33186
Monday, November 3
Remembrance: The family requests that donations be made to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Saint Martin’s Catholic Church
1900 North Capital Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20002
Wednesday, November 5
Wake at 10:00 a.m., Mass at 11:00 a.m.
Remembrance: The family welcomes flowers to be sent to:
Mr. Derek Russell (son)
7506 Brindle Court, Landover, MD 20785
Lisa Caroline Ard worked full time at Miami Dade College for the last 24 years. She was most recently the Administrative Assistant to the Vice Provost of Facilities Management at the Kendall Campus, and she was well-known as a lead ambassador of MDC’s United Way campaign. She is survived by her son, Harrison Ard.
Callie Elizabeth Pascal worked full time at Miami Dade College since 2003. She was a secretary to the Vice Provost of Facilities Management at the Kendall Campus. She is survived by her son, Derek Russell.