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July 23, 2018

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March 21, 2018
I met Dr. Craven in 1994 in a summer Crystallographic Course. He was an excellent instructor and encouraged me along with Doctors Spark, Ray Young, and Trueblood, to study enamel crystals that had varying amounts of fluoride and chloride impurities. I was to determine the composition and chrystallographic structure , make infrences draw conclusion etc. Dr Craven promised that effort would be rewarded with publication.
The article saw publication and he and the late Dr Sparks informed me of and then allowed me go to the University of London Birbeck College to study macro molecular chrystalization with the goal being salivary proteins. I gained clearance to the MUD. , London' supercomputer because of the actions of doctors Sparks and Craven. Dr Trueblood who has written with the English Dr Jenny Lusker had died
Remembering summertime in Pittsburgh, going to the Brewery, the night of long computations as prep work for the Supercomputer submission the next day , I can only recall it as one of my fondest times I would like to offer Ecclesiastes.
May 13, 2017
May 9, 2017
I knew Bryan for many years and had very high regard for him as a colleague, a crystallographer, and a dedicated scientist. We shared a common opinion that scientific work should be of the highest quality possible. I made great use of many of Bryan's neutron diffraction structural results in some of my work. In later years, Bryan talked me into volunteering as a lecturer at the ACA Summer Course, a decision I never regretted. He will be missed.
May 7, 2017