Elizabeth Pfohl Campbell died this month, at the age of 101. I was privileged to know her. She was the sister of one of my first choir directors, James Christian Pfohl, a founder of WETA, the first public television station in the nation’s capital, a founder of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Arlington, where I sang and worshipped for many years. She and her husband, Ed Campbell, were unfailingly gracious and kind to everyone they encountered. When my sister attended my son’s baptism wearing an (almost) backless dress (somewhat risqué for Virginia Episcopalians), Ed beamed down at her sweetly and told her how lovely she looked. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell left everything they touched better for it.