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February 18, 2019

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February 9, 2019
Richard entered the life of our family over 50 years ago. He was a graduate student at MIT when he lived with us one summer in Washburn, Maine. He watched our children, Peter, David and Beth grow up from the ages of 2,4,and 6 years, He spent some Christmases and other holidays with us as well as time at our camp at Squapan Lake, Maine. He became a lifetime friend. The last time that we heard from him is when he called my daughter, Beth, December 20 to wish her a happy birthday. He was a very thoughtful and generous friend. He already is greatly missed by our family.
February 8, 2019
I was one of Dr. Naylor's students at M.I.T. (1974). He was also my academic advisor. M.I.T. was often a tough and grueling educational experience that often seemed very impersonal. Dr. Naylor took a sincere interest in his students and inspired me to do many things that I would not have reached for without his support and inspiration. As I near retirement and look back on my academic and professional career, I can truly say that Dr. Naylor was one of the few people who had enormous impact on my life. For this I am forever grateful.

Robert Lambe