Malcolm Davis on sun 28 mar 10
Once a year we gather at NCECA and take time to remember and honor those=3D
teachers and makers that we have lost during the year.
This year in Philadelphia the Eulogies have been scheduled at an=3D20
unfortunately early hour and the names of those to be remembered are not=3D
the online program. However, they are listed under "Eulogies" on the=3D20
opening page for this year's conference.
The Eulogies are scheduled for Friday at 8AM in Ballroom B.
Those to be remembered and celebrated are:
1925 =3DE2=3D80=3D93 2009
1927 =3DE2=3D80=3D93 2010
1915 =3DE2=3D80=3D93 2009
1964 =3DE2=3D80=3D93 2009
1951 =3DE2=3D80=3D93 2009
1914 =3DE2=3D80=3D93 2009
1925 =3DE2=3D80=3D93 2000
Please join us Friday morning.
Malcolm Davis on mon 17 jan 11
The recent loss of Paul Soldner causes me to wonder how best we can
remember and celebrate the life and work of those in our field who have die=
teachers, mentors, friends and Masters. Their work, of course, speaks for
itself and will live on beyond them and beyond any of us.
As you may know, NCECA always includes in its annual conference program a
time to eulogize, remember, mourn and celebrate those that we lost during
the year. There will, of course, be some sort of special recognition of Pa=
Soldner and his legacy. But what about the others?
Please email me off-list the names of any that you know that should be
remembered. I will pass it on to the appropriate person(s) on the NCECA Bo=
marta matray on wed 19 jan 11
i will wear all the soldner t-shirts he signed in the last several years=3D=
at his nceca booth... i have at least 10 of them...=3D20
we should all wear those, dont you think?=3D20
just an idea...=3D20
(see you at the hyatt)