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July 18, 2018

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January 17, 2018
John your grace,humanity and love will be with me till we meet again may you rest in peace along side your loving son Joel the love of my life.Thank you for leaving this world a better place for many simply by your presence.
November 3, 2017
John was a very special person for our interpreting community. The best professional ever and the kindest person ever!
September 27, 2017
Dear John,
You introduced me to the interpreting field some 23 years ago. You helped me discover skills I was not sure I had, and you gave me my first interpreter job. One way for me to honor your legacy is to continue to make every effort to advance the interpreter profession, be a better advocate for those who otherwise would not have a voice, and help others see/tap into their hidden talents.

Peace be with your soul!
September 27, 2017
Anyone who entered the medical interpreting field in Massachusetts in the 90's will remember John Nickrosz, a language access pioneer. I met John when he was the president of the International Medical Interpreters Association and a staff interpreter at Tufts. He was a mentor to me and a dear friend to many of our colleagues. Incredibly gifted and blessed with an abundance of energy and a sharp focus, there will never be anyone quite like him. Through a lifetime of groundbreaking work in establishing medical interpreting as a profession, John paved the way for all of us today and for future generations of medical interpreters. We remain forever grateful.