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December 17, 2018

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October 22, 2018
I just learned of Keki's passing when the College of Engineering book arrived in today's mail. Keki was the chairman of my husband James Howard Jackson's doctoral committee and a wonderful mentor to Jim, who worked for him as a research associate while completing his doctorate. I remember Keki so well. He was so very kind to both of us; he and his wife sent a little 'engineering puzzle' toy when our first child was born. My husband Jim passed on this July. I picture him and Keki deep in discussion of some technical problem there in 'Heaven.' -- I extend condolences to Alice and the children and grandchildren. I surely know what you are going through. It is hard to lose someone you dearly love.
June 11, 2018
Please accept my condolences. Many years ago Dr. Irani was my undergraduate advisor in Computer Engineering, and I remember him fondly as a kind man with a sharp wit. He woud occasionally substitute for a professor in one of my classes and his lectures were always memorable.
June 11, 2018
May 22, 2018
My sympathies. Keki was my PhD advisor at Michigan. His queueing theory course led to my first published paper, and along with a computer graphics course, inspired my dissertation. I have fond memories of Keki joining graduate student gatherings at the P-Bell late Friday afternoons, and of parties at his home. I graduated in 1969.

My Michigan PhD launched me on at academic career that included UNC-Chapel Hill, George Washington University, and Georgia Tech, as well as a stint in industry directing research labs for Mitsubishi Electric.