Yvonne and I just learned last evening about Kris's passing. You, your family, and your colleague have our deepest sympathies and prayers. Kris was one of the giants of our profession who contributed both professionally and personally to make the world a better place. He will be missed.
I fondly remember the times we worked together in Melbourne during the City Link battles. I do hope that the memories you have from the many excellent times you shared will help sustain you through this very difficult time.
On behalf of the JSCE members, Mr. Ono the president would like to offer his deepest sympathies and condolences. We are deeply saddened by the unexpected passing of Dr. Nielsen. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
I knew Kris was battling cancer, but obviously his optimism was contagious, as I fully believed this would be a battle he'd win and we'd have the good fortune to see you guys back here at Stampede this year, and he would be coming on our fishing trip to Alaska next year! Holly and I were both sad and surprised to hear the news of his passing.
We have all lost a great man. An extremely knowledgeable, caring guy, who was a friend to all. We will miss him.
I am very sorry to hear of Kris's struggle with cancer. I feel honoured to have worked for Nielsen Wurster, participated in the 30 year celebrations of the firm, and shared a brief glimpse into the legacy of a great man. My thoughts are with you.