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[[Image:DcnDavidetal.jpg|right|frame|Shamassy Larissa, Deacon David, and one of the multitude of Keim children]]
 
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== About Me ==
 
== About Me ==
My name is '''David B. Keim'''.  I am a [[deacon]] of the [[Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America|Antiochian Archdiocese]], attached to '''All Saints Orthodox Church''' ([http://www.allsaintsnc.org official website]) in Raleigh, NC.  I was ordained to the diaconate in October 2004 at the hand of His Grace, the Right Reverend [[Antoun (Khouri) of Miami|ANTOUN]], Bishop of Miami and the Southeast.
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My name is '''David B. Keim'''.  I am a [[deacon]] of the [[Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America|Antiochian Archdiocese]], attached to [http://www.allsaintsnc.org '''All Saints Orthodox Church'''] in Raleigh, NC.  I was ordained to the diaconate in October 2004 at the hand of His Grace, the Right Reverend [[Antoun (Khouri) of Miami|ANTOUN]], Bishop of Miami and the Southeast.
  
 
I have one wife, [[Shamassy]] Larissa (a/k/a Shell), and six lovely children.  In my professional life, I am an attorney, practicing law in-house for a large software company.   
 
I have one wife, [[Shamassy]] Larissa (a/k/a Shell), and six lovely children.  In my professional life, I am an attorney, practicing law in-house for a large software company.   
  
I have law degrees from the  Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary ([http://www.wm.edu/law/ official website]) (LL.M., 1992) and Regent University School of Law ([http://www.regent.edu/acad/schlaw/ official website]) (J.D., 1990).  I have an undergraduate degree from Gardner-Webb University ([http://wwwebb.gardner-webb.edu/ official website]) (B.A., 1987).  I have completed the three-year [[St. Stephen's Course in Orthodox Theology]].   
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I have law degrees from the  [http://www.wm.edu/law/ Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary] (LL.M., 1992) and [http://www.regent.edu/acad/schlaw/ Regent University School of Law ] (J.D., 1990).  I have an undergraduate degree from [http://wwwebb.gardner-webb.edu/ Gardner-Webb University] (B.A., 1987).  I have completed the three-year [[St. Stephen's Course in Orthodox Theology]].   
  
 
I am one of the [[Special:Listadmins|sysops]] for '''OrthodoxWiki'''.  Feel free to leave any questions or comments on my [[User_talk:Dcndavid|Talk page]].
 
I am one of the [[Special:Listadmins|sysops]] for '''OrthodoxWiki'''.  Feel free to leave any questions or comments on my [[User_talk:Dcndavid|Talk page]].
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== Legal Mumbo Jumbo ==
 
== Legal Mumbo Jumbo ==
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== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
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* As one of my projects for the St. Stephen's Course, I developed [http://www.noeticspace.com/dismissal DISMISSAL], a Microsoft Windows-based application that generates the dismissals of various services for any day of the year.  This application is freeware.
 
* As one of my projects for the St. Stephen's Course, I developed [http://www.noeticspace.com/dismissal DISMISSAL], a Microsoft Windows-based application that generates the dismissals of various services for any day of the year.  This application is freeware.
  
* I also developed [http://www.noeticspace.com/paschalion PASCHALION -- Orthodox Paschal Calculator], a JavaScript utility that generates the [[Paschalion]] for any year from 1583 to 4099.
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* I also developed [http://www.noeticspace.com/paschalion PASCHALION -- Orthodox Paschal Calculator], a JavaScript utility that generates the [[Paschalion]] for<br>any year from 1583 to 4099.
  
 
* My personal weblog: [http://www.livejournal.com/users/noetic_toe/ Noetic Toe]
 
* My personal weblog: [http://www.livejournal.com/users/noetic_toe/ Noetic Toe]
  
 
* My personal website: [http://www.noeticspace.com noeticspace.com]
 
* My personal website: [http://www.noeticspace.com noeticspace.com]
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Latest revision as of 22:02, August 11, 2006

Shamassy Larissa, Deacon David, and one of the multitude of Keim children

About Me

My name is David B. Keim. I am a deacon of the Antiochian Archdiocese, attached to All Saints Orthodox Church in Raleigh, NC. I was ordained to the diaconate in October 2004 at the hand of His Grace, the Right Reverend ANTOUN, Bishop of Miami and the Southeast.

I have one wife, Shamassy Larissa (a/k/a Shell), and six lovely children. In my professional life, I am an attorney, practicing law in-house for a large software company.

I have law degrees from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary (LL.M., 1992) and Regent University School of Law (J.D., 1990). I have an undergraduate degree from Gardner-Webb University (B.A., 1987). I have completed the three-year St. Stephen's Course in Orthodox Theology.

I am one of the sysops for OrthodoxWiki. Feel free to leave any questions or comments on my Talk page.

I am especially interested in the liturgical life of the Church and the ministry of the deacon. Most of my contributions to OrthodoxWiki center on these themes.

Legal Mumbo Jumbo

I hereby reissue all of my edits before November 22, 2005, under both the GNU Free Documentation License as well as the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license (version 2.5 or later), unless explicitly noted otherwise, in conformity with the revised OrthodoxWiki default copyright policy.

External Links

SealLogo2.gif This user is an active sysop on OrthodoxWiki. Feel free to ask for help.


  • As one of my projects for the St. Stephen's Course, I developed DISMISSAL, a Microsoft Windows-based application that generates the dismissals of various services for any day of the year. This application is freeware.
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