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July 16, 2018

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January 13, 2017
I was his student in the 1962-63 year and he under covered in me a love for science, biology, birds, the outdoors and just knowing what a true caring teacher was, one of two in my life time. My regret was never being in contact since those days and telling him what a great teacher he was, a great man as well. I appreciate him, will remember him and tell stories about him until the end of my days. Thanks.
January 11, 2015
I had the honor of meeting Dr. Beidleman during Christmas break in 1975. He was a brilliant gentleman with a great sense of humor.
October 13, 2014
Professor Beidleman was the heart and soul of our one week alumni college adventure at Colorado College's Baca campus in 1993. To get up at dawn to bird watch with him was a joyful experience.
September 20, 2014
What in the world would many of us have been like without Dr. Beidleman. From first encounter helping him count bugs at PPLD, being entangled in his web of life, having Girls Club girls find grasshoppers in the ocean of the Garden of the Gods, sharing the Butler and Fort Union Ranches with his students (as well as having several work for us summers), he lighted up our days to the last. Ever present in California or in our hearts my late husband, Dan and I relished being able to call him friend. Vicky Kipp