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From Al's wife, Carolyn to his AA friends.




Posted by crazed49@sonic.net (A) on March 05, 2011 at 12:29:15
In Reply to: RE: very sad news (nt) posted by mhardy6647 on March 05, 2011 at 12:04:15


This is his wife Carolyn, and I am very moved by your comments. Al was a brilliant man, but very humble. He would go through the asylum every day, and loved helping you understand things and make suggestions. He never minded you asking him.
I will just say that his death was quick, he was free of pain, and he left his body and wasn't aware of what was happening the past few days. Having worked in end of life nursing, I can only tell you that he had a very good death, but all too soon.
He retired from the semiconductor industry about 11 years ago and he got to travel to such places as Antarctica, and he started reading his great books, which he collected when I first met him, and he got to enjoy his audio until the ear problem several years ago, which of course depressed him somewhat. But he still managed to go to the garage to his work bench and create these filters that are on most sockets in the house, and share tweaks with his friends, and share his great knowledge with all of you.

Thank you all for your kind words.

Carolyn Sekela



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Topic - From Al's wife, Carolyn to his AA friends. - bartc 13:10:18 03/05/11 (27)

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