[Rasch] Ben Wright's passing
Parisa Daftari Fard
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Mon Nov 2 07:13:11 AEDT 2015
I have never seen him but learned about his teaching through Dr. Linacre class. May his soul rest in peace.
On Sat, 10/31/15, Nikolaus <nbezruczko at msn.com> wrote:
Subject: [Rasch] Ben Wright's passing
To: "rasch at acer.edu.au" <rasch at acer.edu.au>, "The Matilda Bay Club" <rasch at wu.ac.at>, "ezra44 at aol.com" <ezra44 at aol.com>, "David 2 Schroeder" <dschroed2 at ameritech.net>, "Ed Bouchard" <ed at edbouchard.com>
Date: Saturday, October 31, 2015, 6:46 PM
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Dear Rasch measurement
I need to inform you of much sadness
surrounding Ben Wright.
Ben died last Sunday evening. My understanding is
Ben's family was
with him, and his passing was peaceful.
While we mourn this loss of a truly
remarkable scientist and
philosopher, many of you will also remember Ben as spiritual
had an unusual capacity to transcend the routine and
mundane, while striking
forth with his beliefs of importance and significance.
With an infectious capacity to inspire and
motivate those around him, Ben led a remarkable life of
scientific achievement. Much that he accomplished remains
ahead of the conventional mainstream.
While this loss
concludes the final chapter of Ben's life, a
responsibility to continue his
story of science and achievement now falls on us. It is
now our turn to
step forward and take the ideas and concepts that he wielded
so famously, and
in a tribute to Ben's inspiration demonstrate their
I have been informed by Ben's
family that funeral memorial
services will not be conducted. Therefore, your occasion
commemoration must be personal. Of course, I have extended
condolences to Ben's family.
With profound sadness,
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