Thursday, April 18, 2013

Saint Rose of Lima Catholic Church:Newtown,Sandy Hook,CT. victim Olivia Engel comforted by police officer when she died or Monseignor Weiss lied ?

Saint Rose of Lima Catholic Church:Newtown,Sandy Hook,CT. victim Olivia Engel comforted by police officer when she died or Monseignor Weiss lied ?



Just who was the anonymous Newtown police officer  who,'passed her into Jesus’ waiting arms'?And why did the ,onsignor himself not 'pass her into Jesus’ waiting arms'? seeing as how he himself was so close to the event ? I'd say both Monsignor Weiss who controls donations made to families as a result of the incident or alleged incidents at Sandy Hook Newtown,as well as Deacon Don Naiman are themselves bearing false witness to an event they casnnot confirm.




New Nonprofit Oversees $9 Million Newtown Fund - Collections ...
Feb 20, 2013 by By MATTHEW STURDEVANT, msturdevant@courant.com
While the supervisory group was being created, the donations that flooded Newtown were deposited in a fund created by the United Way of Western Connecticut and Newtown Savings Bank. ... On Wednesday, the transition team handed off to the new foundation, which consists of Monsignor Robert Weiss of St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church; local attorney Anne Ragusa; Danbury Hospital's chair of psychiatry, Dr. Charles R. Herrick; former Newtown Finance Director ...

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Olivia died in the arms of a Newtown police officer at the school, said Deacon Don Naiman. The officer told her he loved her as he passed her into Jesus’ waiting arms, Naiman said. - Register Citizen


http://www.registercitizen.com/articles/2012/12/22/news/doc50d4efe8d202d718684990.txt

Newtown victim Olivia Engel comforted by police officer when she died




NEWTOWN - Olivia Engel’s favorite American Girl doll sat on top of her little white casket at Saint Rose of Lima Catholic Church Friday afternoon.

Olivia was remembered as a girl who was fond of animals, dancing and especially her 3-year-old brother, Brayden Engel, who she helped potty train by giving him stickers.

She was supposed to play an angel in the church’s play last Friday night. But earlier in the day she was shot and killed along with 19 other classmates in their Sandy Hook Elementary School.

“Now she’s an angel up in heaven,” said Monsignor Robert Weiss.
Olivia died in the arms of a Newtown police officer at the school, said Deacon Don Naiman. The officer told her he loved her as he passed her into Jesus’ waiting arms, Naiman said.......

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Newtown victim Olivia Engel, 6, was to be angel in nativity play - The ...
  • Dec 16, 2012

  • SANDY HOOK — Every night, Brian and Shannon Engel would sit down at the dinner table with their 3-year-old son Brayden, and 6-year-old daughter Olivia. Olivia would say grace for the family. Her favorite colors were pink ...
  • Dec 17, 2012 by Cristina Commendatore
    Brian and Shannon Engel, Olivia's parents, gave friends and family members their blessing to set up the page just hours after it was confirmed they lost their daughter, according to the page. “We're trying to put out information ...

  • Engel told the Advertiser Monday morning that a Facebook page, has been set up to keep Olivia’s memory alive and help raise money for the funeral and other expenses. Brian and Shannon Engel, Olivia’s parents, gave friends and family members their blessing to set up the page just hours after it was confirmed they lost their daughter, according to the page.
    “We’re trying to put out information about Olivia’s life as well as great photos,” John Engel told the Advertiser.


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    Anne M. Berg says:


    The original Champion homestead’s address is listed as 46 Depot Road, Kingston, NH. We are told that part of the acreage was given to Nancy and her family and they built a home with the address 44 Depot Road in Kingston. This home was sold in 1998.
    In July 2011 this home is purchased (listed as mortgage holder) by Dr. Alexander (Alejandro?) Isgut of Newtown, CT for a relative (I assume daughter) and her husband/partner. They are both in their forties. Dr. Isgut is a pediatrician/family physician. His colleague is Maureen Engel APRN. Both have admitting privileges at Danbury Hospital. Their office is located at 19 Church Hill Road in Newtown.
    Olivia Engel, age 6, was reported killed on December 14, 2012 in Sandy Hook........

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