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MICHAEL J. WARGO 1951 - 2013

MICHAEL J. WARGO

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August 12, 2013
I'll miss his smiling face in the hallways.
Brandy Henson
August 12, 2013
Mike was a good man and a good friend when we were kids. He will be missed.
Curt Marlatt - CHS '69
August 12, 2013
When the Office of Life and Microgravity Sciences was created in the early 1990s at NASA HQs, Mike played a significant role in creating a world-class microgravity research program, and took the lead in helping the White House and Congress understand the role of microgravity in materials research. He was a very powerful leader, and charismatic person--and with his big and generous soul, touched my heart and the hearts of his colleagues--he remains one of the kindest and most spiritually generous people I have ever met. I miss him.
August 12, 2013
Oh No! Say it's isn't so!!! Michael J. Wargo, a friend from Clairton is gone from this life! Mike and I were in Boy Scouts together (Troop 67) and life guards at the Clairton Pool. He was always the one to bring knowledge to us perpetual Tenderfoot's. I also got the opportunity to meet Mike for lunch when he was still at MIT and I was in a training class nearby. I was shocked to hear that he was so close to me, living in the DC area where I lived for 38 years. I never knew that he had been working for NASA, but he did have huge impact on the Agency.
I truly miss him. And from the other comments, I missed a great national technical celebrity.
Mike, may you rest in peace.
Sympathies to his immediate and close family.
Regards,
David (Baldovski) Baldwin, Class of '68
August 11, 2013
Keeping the Wargo Family in my heart and prayers.
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