Louis B. Kahn

Berkeley, California

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LOUIS B. KAHN (Prof.) was the best DAD ever! He cultivated, taught and educated his children and wife about the world, everything. He was sweet, kind and loving...and a superb winner of both chess and bridge games. He was reliable and always kept his word. He was the example to all of us not only of his humor and perserverance, but his INTEGRITY. I will never forget my Dad, a mentor to ALL.

As the Quakers say, "WE HOLD YOU IN THE LIGHT" and forever so.

Ann, I knew and really liked your dad. I was a volunteer Jewish Shabbat service leader at Chaparral House when he was there, and he was always so very sweet and very interested in the services. Everyone at Chaparral House adored him too, and missed him after he passed. I just realized the connection today, when I received your note that included your mom's name. Best wishes to you and yours,

Rochelle Nason
Congregation Netivot Shalom

VENUS loved to sleep on calm LOU

My father, Louis B. Kahn, was the VERY BEST! He loved animals, especially dogs, and kitty VENUS from a shelter LOVED HIM!

A wonderful, unique and brilliant father, a strong and perservering human being, never to be forgotten, always to be admired and mentored after. Ann Millikan, daughter

Dr. Louis B. Kahn, Chaparral House, 2011, age 93.

1974, 12 years after cerebral hemorrhage, article, Louis B. Kahn, Technical Economics, S.F. Chronicle.

George (son-in-law), Ann (daughter) & Kitty VENUS Millikan, Louis loved animals,

Youngest Daughter, Ruth Ellen Kahn, Violist, Julliard, in early years of 20's in age.


Louis's Obituary

Prof. Louis B. Kahn, Ph.D May 9, 1918 - July 5, 2012 Resident of Berkeley Louis B. Kahn was born in Chicago, Illinois on May 9, 1918, to Hungarian and Latvian parents. In 1959, he was one of 10 leading pioneers in the application of statistics using electronic computers, and he presented the...

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