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REMEMBERING COMMUNITY LEADER, ACTIVIST & FAMILY MAN – ED WILTSIE

UPDATE: MARCH 18 – SEE MORE ON THIS REMARKABLE MAN’S LIFE BELOW!

Ed Wiltsie passed just before midnight last night in Reno, NV. with his family at his side.
Ed has been a community leader, activist on issues of importance at City Hall and a devoted husband, father, grandfather & friend to many people, including a wonderful friend, confidant and comrade to this writer and his wife.
Just type the name Ed Wiltsie into this blog’s search engine & you can see the impact Ed has had here for years.

Ed’s body will be flown to Seattle later today and his family is asking for your prayers & focus for the next three days as they remain in vigil. Their home is in the Bald Hills.

ED, YOU ARE REMEMBERED & LOVED FOR BRINGING YOUR TRUTH, EXPERIENCE & WISDOM ON BEHALF OF THE PUBLIC’S INTERESTS TO LOCAL ISSUES.

More about Ed:
– From Beyond the Ordinary – KRSE internet radio:
Edward A. Wiltsie, an owner in the firm J. W. Morrissette & Associates Inc., P.S. in Olympia, has a BS and MS in Civil Engineering with specialization in Soil Mechanics, Hydrology and Coastal Processes. He worked in General Civil Consulting, Geotechnical and Structural Design in the New York/New Jersey area for 9 years. He then spent 7 years with the Arabian American Oil Company (ARAMCO) as the Corporate Waterfront/Offshore Geotechnical Specialist. In this effort, he was responsible for designing and monitoring pile installation at over 100 steel jacket offshore platforms, and performed and applied the results what was the Worlds Highest Capacity Pile Load Tests at that time. He then moved to Exxon Production Research Company (EPRCo) where he worked on the first application of Compliant Piled Tower Technology for use at the RAM Project in the Gulf of Mexico in 3500 ft of water.
“On completion of the Ram Project work in 1987, I left Exxon to trek to the Pacific Northwest and enter Ramthas School of Enlightenment and begin my next great adventure.”

Since arriving in Washington [22 years ago], Ed has worked on numerous notable projects, including the research and analysis that has lead to the present process for designing stormwater infiltration and disposal in the 2000 Washington State Department of Ecology Stormwater Manual, Earthquake Damage Assessment and Remedial Design on the Washington State Capitol Campus and Capitol Lake Area, as well as new building construction and all stormwater facilities on the South Puget Sound Community College Campus in Olympia.

– And this from his firm’s website, J. W. Morrissette & Ass.

– Ed loved to explain the science he experienced as much as he did in learning! His website shared his wealth of knowledge to assist those wishing to prepare for what he felt were coming Earth changes.

– Ed was a devoted family man, who had immense pride in his chosen hometown of Yelm and passionately loved what he learned at Yelm’s Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment (RSE), insuring 3 generations of his family had access to the teachings. All who knew Ed will remember his devotion & demonstrative love for his family, his commitment to learning grand knowledge & his signature belly laugh.

– Ed’s legacy shines on in his beautiful family:
the love of his life, wife Amber, daughters Amie & Arianne and their husbands Brook & Michael, son Eddie, and grandsons Nalani and Zeus.

– Ed’s wife Amber is an accomplished author, having written “Ramtha and Me: On Woman’s Journey in a School of Ancient Wisdom.”

Posted by Steve on March 17, 2010 at 6:37 am | Permalink

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