CTS mourns the loss of friend, Edward Digbie

Dear CTS Community:

We have just learned that our friend and long-time window washing contractor, Edward Digbie, fell to his death while washing windows at the Counseling Center. His body was discovered this morning by Counseling Center staff.

This appears to be a very sad accident with no sign of foul play.

Counseling Center staff, facilities staff, police and the coroner are on site dealing with the situation and attending to Mr Digbie's family.

Please remember Mr. Digbie and his family in your prayers. It is a sad day for the Digbie family and CTS.

Faithfully,
Matthew Myer Boulton
President and Professor of Theology

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