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September 8, 2010
I met Jan at your home when he was exploring ways our synagogue can help the larger community in which we live. One could quickly see his passion and desire to help, to make a difference. I know that his work at Finisar made a big difference to this world, and I believe his company, C8 Medisensors will also make a big contribution to this world. My condolences to his family. He was a great man.
August 27, 2010
I knew Jan through elementary school in Brooklyn and he was the kindest, sweetest boy in my classes. When I felt most uncomfortable or out of place, he always smiled at me and I instantly felt that all was well. I wish I had known the meaningful and caring adult he had become. So sorry.
August 19, 2010
The highest praise I can offer about a person like Jan is this: He always made me think. I'm sure he did the same for many others as well, and will be missed by us all...

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August 16, 2010
I also knew Jan from the age of three. We were very close all the way through high school. I picture him on the New Lots line going to high school or having a coke and a slice at the pizzeria after a hard day at play. That he was brilliant goes without saying, but I also remember his fierce competitiveness playing games, whether it was tennis, handball, or even Monopoly. I spent many happy hours in his family's home, where his parents always made me feel welcome. I also remember the joy he took in life and his abiding sense of purpose. I too, had not been in touch for many years and I too, kept on meaning to reconnect. His passing is a great loss not only to his family and friends, but to the world at large. My deepest condolences to Janyce and his sons, and to Michael and his family.
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