M.-Resnick-Obituary

M. W. Resnick

Dallas, Texas

1954 - 2019

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March 25, 2019
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Dallas, Texas

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RESNICK, M.W. ("Hugh") Resnick, M.W. ("Hugh"), died March 25 in Dallas of pancreatic cancer after a short illness, surrounded by family and friends. Hugh was born in Houston Nov. 6, 1954. He graduated high school in three years, then attended classes at the University of Houston. At age 19, Hugh...

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I am so sad. I grew up with my beloved brother Wolf (we were very close in age) and Marvin and my brother were in Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts together when Mrs. Resnick was the Den Mother. We all became like a gang (the good connotation) along with many other friends - who still remain friends. Our hanging out on weekends - going to various places in Houston - IHOP, to my house for Potato Latkes - or to Eppy's house - or to the record store he partially owned (I think). We lost touch after...

The brief time I spent with Hugh was always full of learning. His calm (and tall!) presence will be missed. May his spirit continue to bless all who loved him and cherish his memory.

I loved getting to know Hugh and was so happy to see what a deep connection he and Angela formed so quickly. He had a ready laugh and irony, and a dear spirit. His commitment to community and preserving our beautiful world was so inspiring. Love surround and comfort you my sweet Angelina

I miss seeing Hugh every week. I appreciated his raw, tell it like it is, personality. A true teddy bear at heart.

Hugh Resnick was one of a kind and will be dearly missed by many. I meet Hugh as a result of our mutual interest in cohousing. Following my good fortune to retire early, I was introduced to Hughs incredible gift and skill of networking. He was always bringing people together to create a 1+1=3 opportunity for good. Hugh brought to my attention multiple opportunities and things he thought would be of interest to me; including work with the homeless and working poor, alternative housing...

Hugh Resnick was one of a kind and will be dearly missed by many. I meet Hugh as a result of our mutual interest in cohousing. Following my good fortune to retire early, I was introduced to Hugh's incredible gift and skill of networking. He was always bringing people together to create a 1+1=3 opportunity for good. Hugh brought to my attention multiple opportunities and things he thought would be of interest to me; including work with the homeless and working poor, alternative housing...

Birthday Party 2010

Caveat: Please forgive any typos as I am texting this on my phone. Angela, please forgive me for not being there in person to celebrate the memory of Hugh's life. My grandfather has crushed the L3 vertebrae in his back and we are all getting care takers and details worked out.

I met Hugh at a commercial real estate conference around the time Pam was close to passing. Soon after meeting, I remember meditating with him outside by a river and doing energy work with him to help ease...

The statement that Hu kept by his computer is based on a format by Phil Laut, author of Money is My Friend.

To create a statement of purpose for yourself, make a list of your 10 favorite characteristics of yourself, then a list of your 10 favorite activities, and then your vision of an Ideal World.

Choose your top three characteristics, and your top three activities and put them together in a format of "My purpose is to use my blank, blank, and blank by blanking,...

I am Stacy Clark, Hu's third wife. We thought three would be a charm, and it was good, but we worked out better as friends than as spouses. We met in 1983 when I showed up at the Rudra Ashram for classes. I met Terrell Hasker the same night. We married in 1989 and the divorce was final in February of 1997. We always stayed in touch through email and having lunch whenever I was in town. I moved to Colorado after the divorce.

I dreamed about Hu last night. In the dream we were in...