<bt>Tim Page, 40, the Sterling district planning commissioner, died Thursday at Ruby Memorial Hospital of West Virginia University in Morgantown, W. Va., as a result of complications from sepsis, an infection of the bloodstream.
A member of the Planning Commission since January 2000, Page provided recommendations to the Board of Supervisors on issues concerning comprehensive planning and land development for the county. He played a key role in the review of the county's Comprehensive Plan, which serves as a framework for land use and transportation decisions.
Page attended St. Leo's College in Ft. Eustis, Va., in 1981 and Washington Bible College in Lanham, Md. from 1983-1986. He was a real estate agent for Re/MAX Select Properties in Sterling and was a member of the Chantilly Bible Church in Herndon.
Page is survived by his wife, Caren, and their three children: Caitlin, Andrew, and Ashley. A memorial service was held on Wednesday, June 5, at the Christian Fellowship Church. In lieu of flowers, the family asked that donations be made to the "Tim Page's Children Memorial Fund," in care of the Chantilly Bible Church, 2739 West Ox Road, Oak Hill, VA, 20171.