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July 19, 2018

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November 24, 2016
I was Toshihiko's advisor when he was an undergraduate majoring in sociology at Pacific University. So I first knew him as a scholar. As a scholar he was outstanding and one of perhaps 10 undergraduates that I recommended go on to seek a PhD.. Later I came to know Toshihiko as person proficient in many areas of knowledge and talents. I have a s small sculpture (lost wax process) that I purchased from him. Truly Toshihiko was a renaissance man. I recently read a book ("Honey in the Horn"--1935-- by H.L. Davis) that best expresses my feelings: "...in the same spirit that makes people in more settled localities donate expensive floral pieces*: not to make the stricken family feel better, but as a sign that they wish they could."

My condolences,
Prof. Byron Steiger
Prof. Emeritus, Pacific Univ.

*(Or, as I have, to contribute to the B.M.C.C. Foundation in Toshihiko's memory.)