KEN R. TRAUB
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TRAUB, Ken R. Age 55, of Lexington, passed away on April 2 2017. Devoted husband of Pamela Cohen. Loving father of Isaac. Beloved brother of Bennett Traub & his wife Linda Nusbaum and Ellyn Traub & her husband Kenney Green. A private memorial service was held Wednesday. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made to the American Cancer Society. www.brezniakrodman.com


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Published in Boston Globe from Apr. 8 to Apr. 9, 2017.
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July 7, 2017
I didn't really know Ken, but I attended some conference calls with him in a larger group. His expert knowledge and clear communication in a field (traceability codes) most of us were unfamiliar with was outstanding and memorable. I just learned of Ken's passing and that our project will thus no longer have his guiding influence. He will be sorely missed on our project and I'm certain also by those who loved him. My condolences on the loss of this dedicated man.
Alex Thomasson
April 25, 2017
It was a great honour to me that I had the possibility for some conversations with Ken within the last months.
I'll miss his friendly and helpfull manner that cannot be found very often.
Norbert Gundel
April 11, 2017
Ken And Pam Have Been Customers Of My Services For About 15 year and They are a wonderful family and i am so sorry to see this family in such sadness. From what I Know About Ken Im Sure he will always be there in heart & spirit and would want his family to know when they think of him to be happy not sad because he was a happy guy.
Paul Traniello
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