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April 08, 2014
Craig, so sorry to hear of the loss of your dad. Prayers and thoughts are being sent your way.
March 29, 2014
Chad led an incredibly productive and moral life. He was about as unstuffy as anyone could be. Who can forget his old VW bus? Much more importantly, Chad infected everyone who knew him with a life-long respect for the peaceful resolution of conflict. His recent letter to the Columbus Dispatch about the positive role played by the UN showed that his passion had not dimmed. It is a lifetime honor to have known him.

Ray Lawton
Former student and friend
February 26, 2014
What shocking and sad news! Chad was an inspiration and constant support for me personally and for many others in our community and around the world, as a scholar, teacher, and activist. He was a reliable friend of those working for peace, justice, and positive world community, with a more effective United Nations and NGOs. We will miss him repeatedly in these times. How sad we will not see him at future ISA or IPRA meetings where we always found joy in connecting with him and what he was doing to build a better world for all. To honor him, let us can keep developing and using the peace tools that he created and refined.
February 23, 2014
At Ohio State, Chad served as a vital mentor - guiding me through the world of international organization and peace studies in the classroom and as an adviser on my dissertation project. My teaching and undergraduate thesis advising today continues to be infused with the concepts and approaches that he imparted. I hope that the next generation will continue to be inspired by his wisdom.
February 21, 2014
Chad has made an enormous impact as a scholar, teacher and promoter of peace. He will be remembered fondly by his many friends around the world. I'm so grateful for our time together as colleagues.

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