• Sandy Springs Chapel
    Sandy Springs, GA
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Edward H. Loveland 1922 - 2013

Edward H. Loveland

This Guest Book has been kept online until 2/12/2015 by Sandy Springs Chapel.
Saturday, May 10, 2014
Dear Kate and all the family,
I am so sorry to hear of your father's passing.
It was a privilege to know him, especially as a kind, loving, and wise father and devoted husband. I will always remember that he welcomed me into his home. that he was gentle and had a fine sense of humor. His life and his work had a profound impact in our community. I believe he lives on through you, his daughter and granddaughter, blessing the world.
My heart and my prayers are with you.
With love,
Margaret Manchester deNeergaard (Atlanta, GA)
Saturday, February 22, 2014
Dr. Loveland clearly was a major influnece in my life. He provided wonderful coaching as my thesis advisor in 1969. He was very directive. When I facetiously suggested that my topic could be turnover among topless dancers, without missing a beat, he countered "absenteeism not turnover - you'll get more data and not with dancers but with clerical workers". I worked as his teaching assistant for two years. One piece of advice that stayed with me through my professional life was " you can delegate the work but not your leadership role." A chance encounter at the 1971 APA meeting with Bill Fox led to my employment with Bell Labs in N.J. All the good things personally and professionally that followed, I owe in good part to Dr. Loveland.
Thursday, January 16, 2014
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Thursday, January 16, 2014
Ed came around the School of Psychology fairly frequently when I joined the faculty at Georgia Tech in 1988. He told me great stories about the School's history. From time to time he would have a band-aid on his forehead from a skin procedure and we would always joke that he was having more memory installed. A wonderful resource and a nice man.
Thursday, January 16, 2014
Soon after I arrived at Georgia Tech, the department moved to a different building. While waiting for the movers, I had a wonderful conversation with Ed about the department, the history, and a little bit of his career. It was really the only conversation I ever had with him, and it was a kind of chance encounter made possible because the move was behind schedule. I remember it very clearly. It was fascinating and he was entirely charming and I am sincerely grateful that I had the opportunity to meet him.
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