Hi Nick, It was always a pleasure to meet and help you when you would arrive at TTN on the corporate Gulfstream.
I will miss you as I am sure anyone who met you will also.
America is a better country because of your service to her. Your work in The Kennedy justice department was honorable. You did great work to stamp out injustice and to seek equality for all. You are a hero. Rest in Peace
So sorry to here about your dad, grandpa, friend and wonderful person. I think about your whole family every summer here on the vineyard and do miss seeing your mom and dad. Do give Lydia my condolences and you all. Lots of hugs your way . Tammy perry on the vineyard.
Nick, thank you for being my mentor and my friend.
all our very best to the Katzenbach family. I am sure our fathers are reminiscing now when Mr.Katzenbach and dad says whisked him to his car to an important meeting on the FDA Amendments of 1962. I am so glad our fathers were part of the new frontier.
To My Friend, Mimi Katzenbach:
My sincerest condolences on the death of your father. I admired him for his courage, his brilliance, and his great gift for humanity and kindness throughout his life. May God bless him, and grant him peace.
Your friend and classmate,
Pat Danielson *76
Mr.Katzenbach enjoyed life and lived it to the full.Psamls90:10.
Suds, as probably the only extant member of the Oxford University Ice Hockey team of 1948/49, which you and Nick, being married and certainly more mature than the rest of us, sort of parented on our European tour, may I record that you were fun to be with, tolerant of our enthusiasms, such as for the newly published manual on Gamesmanship, "How to Win Games Without Actually Cheating", which Bert McKinnon cherished throughout his judicial career and Al Blakeney his political, and warmly remembered.
Al Scarth, Right Defence and Equipment Mgr.
Alan W. Scarth,C.M.,Q.C.
We remember your contribution to our country;s history. We thank for making it better. Condolences to your family.
WE ARE SENDING OUR LOVE,PRAYERS,&CONDOLENCES TO THE KATZENBACH FAMILY,FRIENDS,&ALL WHO KNEW MR. KATZENBACH.
You touched so many lives and saved so many more, may you Rest in Peace. I so respect your dedication to this Country. I was only to meet you and your lovely wife once, at our home for Hadley and Kirsten's wedding ..I was so Honored to meet you. My condolences to your family.
I am so sorry for your lost. May you and your family rely on God in this time of grief.
Nicholas, thank you for all you have done for our Nation. It was a pleasure meeting you and your family. May your family take comfort in your compassion and humanity. It served as a model for all of us. Ken Baker (ESGR) (EMT)
TO THE KATZENBACH FAMILY:
SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS, GODS' WORD INVITES US TO "FIND REFRESHMENT FOR OUR SOUL" WHEN WE ARE "LOADED DOWN" PLEASE TAKE COMFORT. MATT. 11:28,29
Thank you for your service and for making America a better place for all
He was a GREAT MAN,may he rest in peace.
A true American hero... RIP
I grew up in the Black Belt of Alabama back in the 1950's and 1960's.
I still have vivid memories of the day Gov. George Wallace stood in the doorway at the University of Alabama facing Mr. Katzenbach. It was truly one of the turning points in the Civil Rights Era.
My whole family and everyone in the community was watching. We knew things would get better.
Thank you Mr. Katzenbach for your role in helping Black people achieve equality.
Rest In Peace !!!
May you R.I.P. and thank you for standing up for others and doing the right thing. You are in my prayers.
Carol and I were so sorry to hear about Nick's passing. He was very much a part of our lives and he served as an example to us in many areas. Our thoughts go out to you.