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Christopher Paidhrin
Worked at Willamette University
Lived in Biloxi
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IT Security Leadership and ITSM Best Practices
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  • Willamette University
    Bus. Ops. Manager
  • Integra Telecom
    Sr. Network Architect
  • NextLink
    Sr. WAN Architect
  • Southwest Washington Medical Center
    Sr. Security Officer
  • Affiliated Computer Services
    Sr. Security Officer
  • PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center
    IT Security & Compliance Officer
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It's all about waking up!
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"It is all about waking up!"

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Four grown children; all graduated; all employed; all great people. One perfect wife with deep understanding, insight, compassion and soulful presence.
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Biloxi - Tripoli - Salem, Oregon - Seattle, WA - Beaverton, OR - Vancouver, WA - Abalene, TX - San Jose, CA
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Stories By Ede: Shark
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Shark. The dim outline of the big fish is just barely visible as Pepper strains his eyes to be certain of what he is seeing. The water at 10

Epic failure at Cinetopia, Vancouver Mall, 06/01/2012. Customer Satisfaction: We try to practice tolerance and give the other guy the slack we would wish for when we screw up. So we can overlook the misleading email sent to loyal customers suggesting opening day discounts on tickets and free popcorn; the unready website; the clueless employees on the phone; the inability to use credit and debit cards – all part of the what the manager later called “a soft opening to iron out the bugs.” But it would have been nice to know that’s what we were signing up for from the beginning, and be offered at least a free bag of popcorn for our trouble. Background: Cinetopia is famous for its intimate living room theatres with large plush chairs, ample legroom with ottomans; you pay the extra price for space, comfort and a full service restaurant service. So we became less congenial when only after purchasing our living room tickets – a venue where one expects to purchase dinner with beer and wine – that the menu was truncated with unappetizing wraps and only soft drinks offered. Customer Safety: When we were herded into our auditorium # 13, it was not the intimate venue we had expected, but instead two 75 ft balcony rows at a vertigo-inducing height above the GXL auditorium #1 below. We opted for the lower of the two rows, already feeling too distant from the screen, inching down badly designed and lit stairs to a narrow ledge of cramped seats with little space to pass around people and ottomans and only a shallow mid-thigh wall with no rail and no lighting between us and a calamitous fall. Four times servers stumbled and nearly fell. What would happen in a fire, or even if you need to go to the restroom? Guests put drinks, food, and more seriously heavy wooden and metal tray tables on this wall – Warning to the three rows below – don’t wear hard hats at your own peril. Technical difficulties: About twenty minutes into the movie, we lost visual of the movie. No one came to tell us what was happening, the lights did not come on, so I went to check and fell in the dark and hurt my leg. The movie finally restarted, returning to the beginning and a deep audience groan. After several stutters, fast-forwards, and stalled screens, we left. Managers and the owner were milling around in the hall, confused, offering nothing. We expressed our safety concerns to owner Rudyard Coltman who responded, “sorry you feel that way.” After a 20-minute wait, we chose a cash refund rather than passes – it will be a long time before these “loyal customers” visit any Cinetopia again.
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