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JFOUND: Nobile, Ralph R. [MC1952] Partner Nobile, Magarian & DiSalvo, LLP

2014-Dec-04

http://www.nmdlaw.com/Attorneys/Ralph-R-Nobile.shtml

Nobile, Ralph R. [MC1952]
Partner
Nobile, Magarian & DiSalvo, LLP
Bronxville, New York

Fordham University School of Law, New York, New York
LL.B. – 1955
Manhattan College
B.A. – 1952

Published Works

“To Criticize or Not”, Westchester County Bar Topics, 1971

Classes/Seminars

Host, Westchester Bar Radio Program, “The Westchester Lawyer Speaks”, WVOX, WRTN

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JEMAIL: Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) passes along a story from Nason, John (MC1952)

Good Afternoon All,

John Nason sent me a wonderful story that I am taking the liberty of sharing with you because as John says, ” Great story especially for this time of year.” It is a little lengthy but worth reading. I will add that our prayers are always answered, not always in how we wish them to be but always answered. Prayer works. Thank you. God Bless.

Phil Colon

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Once there were three trees on a hill in the woods. They were discussing their hopes and dreams when the first tree said, “Someday I hope to be a treasure chest. I could be filled with gold, silver and precious gems I could be decorated with intricate carving and everyone would see the beauty.”

Then the second tree said; “Someday I will be a mighty ship. I will take kings and queens across the waters and sail to the corners of the world. Everyone will feel safe in me because of the strength of my hull.”

Finally the third tree said; “I want to grow to be the tallest and straightest tree in the forest. People will see me on top of the hill, look up to my branches and think of the heavens and God and how close to them I am reaching. I will be the greatest tree of all time and people will always remember me.”

After a few years of praying that their dreams would come true, a group of woodsmen came upon the trees. When one came to the first tree he said; “This looks like a strong tree. I think I should be able to sell the wood to a carpenter” and he began cutting it down. The tree was happy, because he knew that the carpenter would make him into a treasure chest. At the second tree the woodsman said; “This looks like a strong tree. I should be able to sell it to the shipyard.” The second tree was happy because he knew he was on his way to becoming a mighty ship. When the woodsmen came upon the third tree, the tree was frightened because he knew that if they cut him down his dreams would not come true. One (1) of the woodsmen said; “I don’t need anything special from my tree, I’ll take this one,” and he cut it down.

When the first tree arrived at the carpenters, he was made into a feed box for animals. He was then placed in a barn and filled with hay. This was not at all what he had prayed for. The second tree was cut and made into a small fishing boat. His dreams of being a mighty ship and carrying kings had come to an end. The third tree was cut into large pieces, and left alone in the dark. The years went by and the trees forgot about their dreams. Then one day a man and woman came to the barn. She gave birth and they placed the baby in the hay in the feed box that was made from the first tree. The man wished that he could have made a crib for the baby, but this manger would have to do. The tree could feel the importance of this event and knew that it had held the greatest treasure of all time.

Years later, a group of men got in the fishing boat made from the second tree. One of them was tired and went to sleep. While they were out on the water, a great storm arose and the tree didn’t think it was strong enough to keep the men safe. The men woke the sleeping man and he stood and said; “Peace” and the storm stopped. At this time, the tree knew that it had carried the King of Kings in its boat. Finally, someone came and got the third tree. It was carried through the streets as the people mocked the man who was carrying it. When they came to a stop, the man was nailed to the tree and raised in the air to die at the top of a hill. When Sunday came, the tree came to realize that it was strong enough to stand at the top of the hill and be as close to God as was possible, because Jesus had been crucified on it.

The moral of this story is that when things don’t seem to be going your way, always know that God has a plan for you. If you place your trust in him, God will give you great gifts. Each of the trees got what they wanted, just not in the way they had imagined. We don’t always know what God’s plans are for us. We just know that his ways are not our ways, but his ways are always best.

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[JR: Seasonally appropriate.  ]

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PRAYERSREQUESTED: for the son of Murphy, Jim [MC1952 RIP]

Good Evening,

John Nason asks our prayers for the Son of his classmate and close friend, Jim Murphy ‘ 52. Jim’s Son, Michael died peacefully last week surrounded by his Mother, Mrs. Marge Murphy, his five siblings, Catherine, Chris, James, Matthew, Patricia and a Jesuit Priest. John tells us that Michael’s life brought joy to many including John and Jeanne. Jim, Michael’s Father, died just 14 months ago. We pray for the repose of Michael’s soul and ask that the Lord watch over Michael’s Mother, Marge, who has suffered two great losses in such a short period of time. Please keep Michael, Marge, their family and friends in your prayers during this very difficult time. Thank you. God Bless.

Phil Colon

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Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) 

Nason, John (MC1952)

[JR: Upsetting in that mothers shouldn’t have to bury their husband and their child. Especially when we have so many politicians we could spare easily! Makes me sad.]

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JEMAIL: Prayer-Seeker-in-Chief title awarded

Phil:

What would we do without you? You should have a title – Prayer-Seeker-in-Chief ? – for all the good work you do spreading the news of those in need of our prayers. Believe me, it is not lost on us how much time it takes to gather the facts and convey these details.

Thanks once more and please keep it up.
John Nason

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Nason, John (MC1952)

Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) 

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[JR: I bet we could figure out some automation to make it faster and easier. LAFF! Yeah, I know not everyone wants it “better”. ]

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JEMAIL: Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) forwards a Nason, John (MC1952) email

Good Evening,
 
I received the following from John Nason, a dear friend to many of us and of course a member of our Prayer Group. The picture of Pope Paul, the story and prayer of the faithful are awesome. I could take up some space and tell you how this touched me but I will only say this, Trust in God and knowing Him through prayer is so important in our lives. Sharing those prayers through each of you in a sense completes us and gives us strength (As Jesus said, When two or more gather in My Name, I will be among you). Thank you John, Thank you All. Keep that volume up. God Bless.
 
Phil Colon
 
 
If you’ve seen this before it’s definitely worth a second look.

John

 
You need not be Catholic to appreciate the power of this message and prayer; there is a message here for everyone.
Fr. Al Pehrsson sent this beautiful message. May Blessed John Paul II intercede for all my family, friends and co-workers and their intentions. God bless all.
Scroll all the way down for the prayer of the faithful.

We don’t know why John Paul II wanted to hide this picture for years. The Vatican published this picture recently, for the first time. This picture was taken by one of his security guards just when the Pope was attacked and was falling down in his Papamobil. You can see the pain in his face

Take a look at the above picture. You can seeMother Mary holding John Paul II in Her arms when he was shot in 1981. This happened on May 13, 1981. Pope John Paul II was shot as he arrived in St. Peter’s Square to speak to the people who had gathered there. When he was shot, he was holding the rosary, which he always carried. When he fell to the ground, out of nowhere, a woman rushed to his side and embraced him. That picture is shown above. The picture is said to have been taken by one of the gathered people who was busy taking Pope’s pics with his camera. The woman vanished as quickly as she appeared.

The gunman was apprehended in the square and sentenced to life in prison. The pope was critically wounded but survived after surgery and a long recovery. The surprising fact is that all the bullets passed just past his vital internal organs. When he recovered finally, the first thing the Pope asked for was his rosary. When he got it in his hands, he said that he felt Mother Mary directing the bullet’s path through him. Surely, John Paul II was always in the habit of praying the rosary regularly. He had once said, “the best prayer I like is the Rosary”.

Joaquin Navarro Valls, who is one spokesman from The Vatican, said that they made a lot of studies for years of this incredible picture and of course about the quality of the developing of the picture because when it was developed nobody could see very well because the image was not clear. Finally, and after so many controls and by looking and checking by all the experts in photography (around the world), they decided that there were no tricks in it and today they give us this beautiful gift from our Mother of God. You can see the Mother of God holding John Paul II in her arms. It is beautiful.

I don’t know whether You will believe me or not. But many do.. and among those who believed, Bishop Thomas Wenski recreated the picture on a glass window at his Florida residence. You can see that below.
PLEASE READ WITH FAITH.

This is an awesome prayer.

Believe it and you shall be blessed.
 
The problem with many of us is that we don’t believe that God will open a window and pour out blessings that we won’t have room to receive them. I dare anyone to try God. He is true to His word. God cannot lie and His promises are sure.
Three things will happen to you this week: 
(1) You will find favor with someone you don’t expect;
 
(2) You will be too relevant to be ignored;
 
(3) You will encounter God and you will never remain the same again.

My prayer for you today:
 
The eyes beholding this message shall not behold evil, the hands that will send this message to others shall not labor in vain, the mouth saying Amen to this prayer shall laugh forever. Remain in God’s love as you send this prayer to others on your list. Have a lovely journey of life! Trust in the Lord with all your heart and He will never fail you because …………….. He is AWESOME !
 
If you truly need a blessing, continue with this:
Heavenly Father, most Gracious and Loving God, I pray to you that you abundantly bless my family, friends and me. I know that you recognize, that a family is more than just a mother, father, sister, brother, husband and wife, but all who believe and trust in you.
Father, I send up a prayer request for blessings for not only the person who sent this to me, but for me and all that I have forwarded this message to. And that the power of joined prayer by those who believe and trust in you is more powerful than anything. I thank you inadvance for your blessings.
Father God, deliver the person reading this right now from debt and debt’s burdens. Release Your Godly wisdom that I may be a good steward over all that You have given me Father, for I know how wonderful and mighty You are and how if we just obey You and walk In Your word and have the faith of a mustard seed that You will pour out blessings. I thank You now Lord for the recent blessings I have received and for the blessings yet to come because I know You are not done with me yet In Jesus’ name, I pray. 
Amen.

TAKE 60 SECONDS and send this on quickly and within hours, you will have caused a multitude of people to pray to God for each other.

Then sit back and watch the power of God work in your life for doing the thing that you know He loves. Remain blessed!
 

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[JR: I have know particular knowledge of this. But when two Jaspers, whom I respect, submit something. I’m more than happy to share it with our fellow Jaspers. Meets my strange criteria for inclusion.  ]

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PRAYERSREQUESTED: Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) reports need for a friend of Nason, John (MC1952)

Good Evening All,

John Nason asks for our prayers for a dear Friend who has been diagnosed with Stage 3 Colon Cancer. She is indergoing Chemo Treatments at N.Y. Presbyterian Hospital and of course she has her good days and bad days as she continues her battle to beat this Disease. Please keep her and her family in your prayers as we pray for complete recovery. Please keep the volume up. Thank you. God Bless.

Phil Colon

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Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) 

Nason, John (MC1952)

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JOBIT: Arles, Donald Anthony [MC1952 RIP]

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/delawareonline/obituary.aspx?n=Donald-Arles&pid=155548183

Donald Anthony Arles

Age 81, of Newark, DE, died January 19, 2012 at Manor Care in Wilmington, DE.

Donald was born March 24, 1930, in Oswego, NY, the son of the late Antonio and Stella Arles. He graduated from Manhattan College, NY in 1952 with a BA in Civil Engineering and started work for E.I. DuPont de Nemours in Seaford, DE. On January 9, 1954, he married the former Grace White of Federalsburg, MD and they lived in Seaford until moving to Newark in 1974. He served in the Army, 1955-57 at Ft. Belvoir, VA as an instructor at the Army engineer School for field grade officers. Following his discharge he continued work at DuPont retiring in 1992. He then formed his own Corporation and worked with an engineering and construction company of DuPont projects. He closed his Corporation in 1996.

Don’s hobbies were photography and art. He took many pictures of sights and places that he visited through his work and the family camping trips throughout the United States and Canada. He enjoyed oil painting and his paintings hang on the walls for the family to enjoy. He also loved riding the waves and the family vacations at Bethany Beach and the Outer Banks in NC.

Don was an active member of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church while living in Seaford and helped survey and lay out the cemetery. After moving to Newark he became a member of St. Johns/Holy Angels Church and served as an usher.

Donald is survived by his wife of 58 years, Grace; one brother, James Arles of New Rochelle, NY; seven children, Denise A. King, Oakton, VA, Anthony D. Arles, Miami, FL, Keith R. Arles, The Woodlands, TX, Andrea A. Raciti, Chester Springs, PA, Peter J. Arles, Pearland, TX, David P. Arles, Richmond, VA, and Jeannine A. McKnight, Sykesville, MD and 12 grandchildren.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 am, on Monday, January 23, 2012 at Holy Angels Catholic Church, 82 Possum Park Road, Newark, DE 19711. A visitation will be held at R.T. Foard & Jones Funeral Home, 122 West Main St., Newark, DE 19711 on Sunday January 22 from 6 – 8 pm or 1 hour prior to the Mass at the church. Burial will be at 3 pm Monday at Our lady of Lourdes Cemetery in Seaford. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Johns/Holy Angels Church, Delaware Hospice or the Alzheimer’s Association c/o the funeral home. To send condolences visit http://www.rtfoard.com. R.T. FOARD & JONES FUNERAL DIRECTORS & CREMATORY (302)731-4627 A Life Celebration® Home

Published in The News Journal on January 21, 2012

 

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Arles, Donald Anthony [MC1952 RIP]

Guestbook: http://www.legacy.com/guestbook/delawareonline/guestbook.aspx?n=donald-arles&pid=155548183&cid=full

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