Happy 60th Birthday!! Here is a picture of Dad in his native environment.
Okay, that’s fitting, but not really a decent picture of the big guy. Here –
Happy Birthday Dad!
Reposted here is the obituary notice published on Thursday and Friday of this week in the St. Louis Post Dispatch. For convenience, addresses have been broken out into address blocks.
Arconati, Lucas James ~ Asleep in Jesus, Sun., Sept. 2, 2007. Darling son of James and Lisa Arconati; baby brother of Reese and Olivia; precious grandson of Lois Arconati, Joe and Linda Tuskey, Jim Arconati and Linda Kramer; our sweet nephew and cousin. Services: Sat., Sept. 8, 10 a.m. at the –Ferguson Christian Church
303 North Elizabeth
Ferguson, MO 63135
Interment private (family). Memorials may be given to the –St. Louis Children’s Hospital
P.O. Box 500522
St. Louis, MO 63150-0522
– or –Good Samaritan Hospital
3815 Highland Ave.
Downers Grove, IL 60515
Visitation Fri., 2-8 p.m. at –Collier’s Funeral Home
3400 N. Lindbergh Blvd.
St. Ann, MO 63074
For those wanting to celebrate Lucas’ life with us, please feel free to come to the visitation on Friday and/or the church service on Saturday morning. We request that the trip to the cemetery be reserved for family members. There will also be a small meal after the burial at the church for family and out-of-town friends. If you are unsure which group you fall into, don’t hesitate to ask.
Please feel free to leave the family messages using the “comments” link on this page or the guest book linked above.
The Arconati News site would like to wish Jon Arconati a very Happy Birthday. He turns 27-years-old today.
I’d like to extend a special welcome to all the family members who are visiting
my site for the first time. Please have a look around and check back again soon.
The SANS Institute was established in 1989 as a cooperative research and education organization. Here is one published research whitepaper in the SANS Institute Information Security Reading Room:
This paper discusses an approach to Enterprise Security Architecture, including a security policy, security domains, trust levels, tiered networks, and most importantly the relationships among them.
The objective of enterprise security architecture is to provide the conceptual design of the network security infrastructure, related security mechanisms, and related security policies and procedures. The enterprise security architecture links the components of the security infrastructure as one cohesive unit. The goal of this cohesive unit is to protect corporate information.