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 Tuesday, Jan 24, 2006 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter

IN THE SPOTLIGHT


Passages: In Memoriam 2005-2006

Following are additional tributes for co-workers who passed this year. View part one from the May 9 edition.

Chris Hendrickson
Norlin Library sadly remembers the passing of a dear colleague, Chris Hendrickson. A CU employee of 28 years, Chris worked as a cataloger with a working command of several languages. Beyond CU, she volunteered as a rural firefighter, for the Colorado State Prison Chess program (an Olympic chess player herself), local charities for the homeless and had memberships with Mensa, the Mars Society and the regional Libertarian Party. She is greatly missed by us all.

Everett R. Tafoya
Everett R. Tafoya passed away on Sunday, May 7, 2006, one day after his 65th birthday. He was a Structural Trades III with the Recreation Center since September of 2003. During the time he worked here we all learned from him. He was honest, respectful, kind, and a joy to work with. He had an amazing work ethic and he touched all of us in many ways. Everett is deeply missed and his memory will endure in our hearts.


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