I am sad to report the death of Carroll Wright, 68.
Originally from Texas, he joined DEC in the Columbus Ohio office about 1973 as a software consultant.
Condolences to the Colorado Springs group on the loss of their friend Carol Ann Mountfort, 76, Alamosa CO.
Walt Pleimann wrote: Carol was one of our group's most outstanding contributors and a very dear friend.
Keiran, 87, of Longmont CO, passed away on January 13, 2017.
Alan had a military career in purchasing followed by several positions at Digital, retiring in 1992 in NH before relocating to CO.
In that capacity one of his best experiences was meeting astronaut Gene Cernan, first man on the moon, who also recently died.
Bill Prindle wrote in with the sad news that his friend, Randal (Randy) S. Randy was a producer and art director in Media Services during the 1980s.
Marge joined Digital in 1965 and retired after 27 years of service.He was promoted to Southwest Regional Software Services Manager and he and his wife Linda moved to Irving, CA approximately 1984 until his eventual retirement in the early 1990s.Jerry touched our lives in a very positive personal and professional way. I have listed below information if you want to send cards, flowers, etc. Thanks and condolences to Ray Humphrey for letting us know about the passing of his friend, Tracey R. Tracey worked over 30 years in security management which included over 20 years at Digital Equipment Corp. Condolences to Colorado Springs friends and family of Todd Survil, 55, Omaha NE, who passed away on July 28 following a battle with cancer. Bob's Digital career was in IT Operations in Maynard and Concord. Robert) Bob Moore, 80, our dedicated DEC Connection Treasurer, and founder of the Digital Retirees Association (DRA) organization (following the first SERP) that DEC Connection joined with in 2006, passed away on July 8th.