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May 25, 2017

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February 23, 2015
August 21, 2013
My husband and I learned of Clifford's passing in the Duke Alumni Journal. We were all members of Hillel during our college years. Clifford would always be at services every Friday night like clockwork. Although we lost contact with him after graduation, it was wonderful to learn about Clifford's accomplishments and emigration to Israel. In spite of this challenges, Clifford was able to find a place for himself in the community. His work will live on to benefit his fellow man. He was a gentleman and a scholar. We are so sorry for your loss.
August 5, 2013
Clifford was a classmate of mine at Duke University. I'm edified to see him looking so well, and so confident. He clearly overcame some handicaps since the time I knew him from Pegram House. I am proud of Clifford, then, of the love he created and his professional accomplishments. Rest in peace, chaver.
July 22, 2013
I was privileged to be Clifford's major professor during his doctoral research at Iowa State University. He was an exceptionally brilliant student. It was a delight to see his progress through difficult problems. I learned a great deal from mathematical methods he developed, and have continued to use some of them. Personally, Clifford was patient, kind, unselfish, and outgoing. He was often a guest in our home, and our five young children got to know him well. I am most gratified to learn, from the many comments from others who knew him, that he was so well liked and respected at the Weizmann Institute and the Rehovot community.
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