Ealdormere mourns Countess Elaina Oaklawn

Baroness TSivia bas Tamara v'Amberview reports that Countess Elaina Oaklawn, known to many as "Miss-Information" at Pennsic, has died in the Kingdom of Ealdormere.

Her Excellency writes:

It is with a sad heart that I have to announce the following to the Known World:

Today (Sunday) at approximately 3 pm, Countess Elaina Oaklawn ("Miss-Information" at Pennsic for many years, daughter of Lord Ralph the Chandler) passed away at home.  At this moment her widower, Master Cerdic, has support from myself and Countess Melissa Kendall of Westmoreland, (their housemate). Funeral arrangements will be announced as soon as they are available. 

Elaina was a Lady of the Rose and Countess of the East Kingdom. The Countess was a strong supporter of organ donation - her wishes are being honoured - and Master Cerdic urges all who are of this opinion to sign organ donor cards and let their friends and family know this.

Master Cerdic can be emailed at: cerdic13@rogers.com.

PLEASE DISTRIBUTE THIS INFORMATION AS WIDELY AS POSSIBLE TO ALL APPLICABLE LISTS.

With great sorrow
Baroness TSivia bas Tamara v'Amberview, OL, OP Watchee, Great Dark Horde

Additional information:

In order to accomodate friends from near and far, a celebration of the life of Countess Elaina of Oaklawn (Ellan Corson) will be held on the afternoon of Saturday, JUNE 18, 2011, in the canton of Caldrithig (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada). The celebration will be held at Algonquin College, 1385 Woodroffe Avenue, Ottawa, ON K2G 3G7. 

Countess Elaina ruled the East  Kingdom (including AEthelmearc) with Rhys during AS XXV, and was dearly loved by over a decade of Pennsic War attendees as "Miss-Information", co-ordinator of Information Point.

We are also asking for your memories of Countess Elaina, stories about her, and photos/illuminations of her for a Memory Book to be given to her husband, Master Cerdic O'Cuileamhain, OP (David Corson). Please send your rememberances to Baroness TSivia bas Tamara v'Amberview, OL, OP at tsivia-at-uottawa-dot-ca. Her friends from the SCA, Model Railroading, knitting groups, spiritual community and more, are invited to attend.