Re: [MORPHMET] Dennis Slice

2019-06-22 Thread Marcia Ramírez
Dear all

What sad news!
Dr. Slice's research is fundamental in Geometric Morphometrics.
On the other hand, I am very moved by the expressions of affection and
admiration towards him that you have all expressed in your emails. Thank
you very much for sharing it with those who did not have the opportunity to
meet him in person.

My deepest sympathies to his family and friends.

Marcia Ramírez



El mié., 19 jun. 2019 a las 10:50, Ian Dworkin ()
escribió:

> Dear All,
>
>  Like everyone else, I was saddened by the loss of Dennis, far too soon.
> We only got to interact a few times in person, but even online he was (like
> the vast majority of our community) was helpful to those coming into
> morphometrics. I am wondering if those who knew him best (in terms of the
> morphometrics community) have any idea of whether we should/could set up
> some sort of fund in his honour? Maybe FSU is already considering this?
>
>
> Ian
>
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Re: [MORPHMET] Dennis Slice

2019-06-19 Thread Ian Dworkin
Dear All,

 Like everyone else, I was saddened by the loss of Dennis, far too soon. We
only got to interact a few times in person, but even online he was (like
the vast majority of our community) was helpful to those coming into
morphometrics. I am wondering if those who knew him best (in terms of the
morphometrics community) have any idea of whether we should/could set up
some sort of fund in his honour? Maybe FSU is already considering this?


Ian

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Re: [MORPHMET] Dennis Slice

2019-06-18 Thread Paolo Piras
Dear friends,
I want to join all of you in expressing my condolences for Dennis loss.
My grief goes to his family, friends and students.
I knew him in Isernia about ten years ago and I had the chance to speak
with him not only about morphometrics or science in general but also about
a great variety of arguments. I remember a very nice person, kind and
polite in any situation. As well as sharp and clever.
Our community will miss him so much...
Paolo


Il giorno mar 18 giu 2019 alle ore 00:00 Una Vidarsdottir <
una.vidarsdot...@gmail.com> ha scritto:

> Like so many I have struggled with words. I posted some on my Facebook and
> copy them here below. Oh I miss him.
>
>  I first met Dennis at the beginning of my PhD work in 1995. 24 years. We
> spent many an evening debating how best to do a certain analysis or how to
> test a certain theory. I remember a night... probably in 2006, when we
> walked the streets of Vienna through a long summernight talking the entire
> time.  Dennis was not a big ego although his mind, work and ideas might
> have merited it. In his own quiet and sometimes self-deprecating way, he
> inspired and influenced the work of the morphometrics community as a whole.
> Dennis believed his role as an academic lay in supporting this community
> to produce better and better science, from lending helpful pointers to
> fledgling researchers taking their first cautious steps in the field, to
> being a fountain of knowledge and ideas to those of us who have been
> involved much longer.
> First and foremost Dennis was my very dear friend, soul mate and entrusted
> colleague. I will miss him very much.
> (Some photos from another very warm evening in Vienna in 2008)
>
> On Mon, 17 Jun 2019, 18:27 K. James Soda,  wrote:
>
>> Sent on behalf of Dean Adams:
>>
>>
>> Colleagues,
>>
>>
>>
>> Like others I have spent the weekend grieving the passing of Dennis, and
>> trying to put my feelings of loss into words. Alas I cannot.
>>
>>
>>
>> I’ve known Dennis for 25 years, since we overlapped in Jim’s lab in the
>> 1990s. He was a constant fixture in our field, and his passing has left a
>> great hole. I will miss his positive attitude, his whit, his endless and
>> entertaining stories, and his life lessons. But mostly I will miss having
>> him in our community.
>>
>>
>>
>> I will miss you, Dennis.
>>
>>
>>
>> Dean
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Dr. Dean C. Adams
>>
>> Director of Graduate Education, EEB Program
>>
>> Professor
>>
>> Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal Biology
>>
>> Iowa State University
>>
>> https://www.eeob.iastate.edu/faculty/adams/
>>
>> phone: 515-294-3834
>>
>> On Mon, Jun 17, 2019 at 3:53 AM K. James Soda 
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Hello Everyone,
>>>
>>> Since Friday afternoon, I have struggled to put into words the kind of
>>> adviser Dennis Slice was to his students to supplement the elegant
>>> testimonies to his abilities as a researcher, but words fail me. I do not
>>> know how I can properly portray the care and compassion that he afforded
>>> us. Despite his many accomplishments, he remained humble and never spoke
>>> down to us. He listened to our concerns with compassion and our ideas with
>>> an open mind. He treated us like family, and I know that I am not alone in
>>> saying that we felt the same way about him. Our weekly lab meetings and
>>> monthly lab dinners form some of my happiest memories of graduate school
>>> because he infused humor into our every interaction. He taught me so many
>>> things, both professionally (like people are more likely to read emails
>>> that are broken into smaller blocks) and personally (like a gentleman
>>> should always carry a handkerchief in case a lady cries). I can only hope
>>> that I as a professor will be able to foster curiosity and confidence in my
>>> students half as well as Dennis did in me.
>>>
>>> I deeply miss Dennis, and I suspect I always will.
>>>
>>> Thank you for your time,
>>>
>>> James Soda
>>>
>>> On Mon, Jun 17, 2019 at 3:19 AM Carmelo Fruciano 
>>> wrote:
>>>
 This is extremely sad news. He has made enormous contributions to our
 field and his figure will be greatly missed. I have had limited
 interactions with him but, based on the interactions I had the
 privilege
 to have, I also concur with Mauro Cavalcanti that he had a nice sense
 of
 humor.
 My most heartfelt condolences to his family, his friends, and all our
 field.
 Carmelo


 --


 ==
 Carmelo Fruciano
 Institute of Biology
 Ecole Normale Superieure - Paris
 CNRS
 http://www.fruciano.it/research/


 On 15/06/2019 16:55, mitte...@univie.ac.at wrote:
 >   Dear subscribers to morphmet,
 >
 >   With the deepest grief we must inform you of the sudden
 >   death on June 13 of Prof. Dennis E. Slice,
 >   holder of the fourth Rohlf Award for Excellence in Morphometrics
 >   and tireless founder and 

Re: [MORPHMET] Dennis Slice

2019-06-17 Thread K. James Soda
Sent on behalf of Dean Adams:


Colleagues,



Like others I have spent the weekend grieving the passing of Dennis, and
trying to put my feelings of loss into words. Alas I cannot.



I’ve known Dennis for 25 years, since we overlapped in Jim’s lab in the
1990s. He was a constant fixture in our field, and his passing has left a
great hole. I will miss his positive attitude, his whit, his endless and
entertaining stories, and his life lessons. But mostly I will miss having
him in our community.



I will miss you, Dennis.



Dean







Dr. Dean C. Adams

Director of Graduate Education, EEB Program

Professor

Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal Biology

Iowa State University

https://www.eeob.iastate.edu/faculty/adams/

phone: 515-294-3834

On Mon, Jun 17, 2019 at 3:53 AM K. James Soda  wrote:

> Hello Everyone,
>
> Since Friday afternoon, I have struggled to put into words the kind of
> adviser Dennis Slice was to his students to supplement the elegant
> testimonies to his abilities as a researcher, but words fail me. I do not
> know how I can properly portray the care and compassion that he afforded
> us. Despite his many accomplishments, he remained humble and never spoke
> down to us. He listened to our concerns with compassion and our ideas with
> an open mind. He treated us like family, and I know that I am not alone in
> saying that we felt the same way about him. Our weekly lab meetings and
> monthly lab dinners form some of my happiest memories of graduate school
> because he infused humor into our every interaction. He taught me so many
> things, both professionally (like people are more likely to read emails
> that are broken into smaller blocks) and personally (like a gentleman
> should always carry a handkerchief in case a lady cries). I can only hope
> that I as a professor will be able to foster curiosity and confidence in my
> students half as well as Dennis did in me.
>
> I deeply miss Dennis, and I suspect I always will.
>
> Thank you for your time,
>
> James Soda
>
> On Mon, Jun 17, 2019 at 3:19 AM Carmelo Fruciano 
> wrote:
>
>> This is extremely sad news. He has made enormous contributions to our
>> field and his figure will be greatly missed. I have had limited
>> interactions with him but, based on the interactions I had the privilege
>> to have, I also concur with Mauro Cavalcanti that he had a nice sense of
>> humor.
>> My most heartfelt condolences to his family, his friends, and all our
>> field.
>> Carmelo
>>
>>
>> --
>>
>>
>> ==
>> Carmelo Fruciano
>> Institute of Biology
>> Ecole Normale Superieure - Paris
>> CNRS
>> http://www.fruciano.it/research/
>>
>>
>> On 15/06/2019 16:55, mitte...@univie.ac.at wrote:
>> >   Dear subscribers to morphmet,
>> >
>> >   With the deepest grief we must inform you of the sudden
>> >   death on June 13 of Prof. Dennis E. Slice,
>> >   holder of the fourth Rohlf Award for Excellence in Morphometrics
>> >   and tireless founder and moderator of this newsgroup,
>> >   who suffered a heart attack in his home town of
>> >   Tallahassee, Florida. Morphometrics will not be the same
>> >   without him.
>> >
>> >  Jim Rohlf, Fred Bookstein, Paul O'Higgins,
>> >Benedikt Hallgrimsson, June 15, 2019
>> >
>> > --
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>> http://www.morphometrics.org
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Re: [MORPHMET] Dennis Slice

2019-06-17 Thread K. James Soda
Hello Everyone,

Since Friday afternoon, I have struggled to put into words the kind of
adviser Dennis Slice was to his students to supplement the elegant
testimonies to his abilities as a researcher, but words fail me. I do not
know how I can properly portray the care and compassion that he afforded
us. Despite his many accomplishments, he remained humble and never spoke
down to us. He listened to our concerns with compassion and our ideas with
an open mind. He treated us like family, and I know that I am not alone in
saying that we felt the same way about him. Our weekly lab meetings and
monthly lab dinners form some of my happiest memories of graduate school
because he infused humor into our every interaction. He taught me so many
things, both professionally (like people are more likely to read emails
that are broken into smaller blocks) and personally (like a gentleman
should always carry a handkerchief in case a lady cries). I can only hope
that I as a professor will be able to foster curiosity and confidence in my
students half as well as Dennis did in me.

I deeply miss Dennis, and I suspect I always will.

Thank you for your time,

James Soda

On Mon, Jun 17, 2019 at 3:19 AM Carmelo Fruciano 
wrote:

> This is extremely sad news. He has made enormous contributions to our
> field and his figure will be greatly missed. I have had limited
> interactions with him but, based on the interactions I had the privilege
> to have, I also concur with Mauro Cavalcanti that he had a nice sense of
> humor.
> My most heartfelt condolences to his family, his friends, and all our
> field.
> Carmelo
>
>
> --
>
>
> ==
> Carmelo Fruciano
> Institute of Biology
> Ecole Normale Superieure - Paris
> CNRS
> http://www.fruciano.it/research/
>
>
> On 15/06/2019 16:55, mitte...@univie.ac.at wrote:
> >   Dear subscribers to morphmet,
> >
> >   With the deepest grief we must inform you of the sudden
> >   death on June 13 of Prof. Dennis E. Slice,
> >   holder of the fourth Rohlf Award for Excellence in Morphometrics
> >   and tireless founder and moderator of this newsgroup,
> >   who suffered a heart attack in his home town of
> >   Tallahassee, Florida. Morphometrics will not be the same
> >   without him.
> >
> >  Jim Rohlf, Fred Bookstein, Paul O'Higgins,
> >Benedikt Hallgrimsson, June 15, 2019
> >
> > --
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> > ---
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Re: [MORPHMET] Dennis Slice

2019-06-17 Thread Carmelo Fruciano
This is extremely sad news. He has made enormous contributions to our 
field and his figure will be greatly missed. I have had limited 
interactions with him but, based on the interactions I had the privilege 
to have, I also concur with Mauro Cavalcanti that he had a nice sense of 
humor.

My most heartfelt condolences to his family, his friends, and all our field.
Carmelo


--


==
Carmelo Fruciano
Institute of Biology
Ecole Normale Superieure - Paris
CNRS
http://www.fruciano.it/research/


On 15/06/2019 16:55, mitte...@univie.ac.at wrote:

      Dear subscribers to morphmet,

      With the deepest grief we must inform you of the sudden
  death on June 13 of Prof. Dennis E. Slice,
  holder of the fourth Rohlf Award for Excellence in Morphometrics
  and tireless founder and moderator of this newsgroup,
  who suffered a heart attack in his home town of
  Tallahassee, Florida. Morphometrics will not be the same
  without him.

 Jim Rohlf, Fred Bookstein, Paul O'Higgins,
   Benedikt Hallgrimsson, June 15, 2019

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Re: [MORPHMET] Dennis Slice

2019-06-16 Thread Mantu Dubey
Shocking news. He was really very helping person. Infact, he suggested me
to join the morphometrics group. He was handling editor of one of my
publication. This is a big loss to the field of morphometrics. Rest In
Peace Prof. Slice...

On Monday, June 17, 2019, mahendiran mylswamy  wrote:

>
> -- Forwarded message -
> From:mahendiran mylswamy 
> Date: Sun, 16 Jun 2019, 09:55
> Subject: Re: [MORPHMET] Dennis Slice
> To: R. Geeta 
> Cc: mitte...@univie.ac.at , <
> morphmet@morphometrics.org>
>
>
> Unfortunate and deeply disturbed to hear the sudden demise of Prof.
> Slice.  May his soul rest in peace.
>  I have been  one of his favourite Facebook follower and all his postings
> were very interesting and informative. Recently he had discussed with us
> about AI on Shape analysis and Colour perception in human beings were
> outstanding  ones and remains evergreen in our memories.
> My condolences to his family members and  my sincere prayers MAY HIS SOUL
> REST IN PEACE.
>
>
>
> On Sun, 16 Jun 2019, 02:04 Geeta R,  wrote:
>
>> This is shocking and unbelievable news...very saddened to hear this. My
>> deepest condolences to morphometric and other friends and family.
>> R. Geeta
>> A1/7/1 (52), 22nd Cross Street, Besant Nagar, Chennai
>> <https://www.google.com/maps/search/52),+22nd+Cross+Street,+Besant+Nagar,+Chennai?entry=gmail=g>
>> 600 090, India
>> Retired Professor, Department of Botany, University of Delhi, Delhi,
>> India; Emerita, Ecology & Evolution, SUNY
>> <http://life.bio.sunysb.edu/ee/emeritus.html>, Stony Brook, NY, USA
>> Editor, Phytomorphology <http://www.ispm.co.in/phytomorphology.html>,
>> India; Editorial Board, Journal of BioSciences
>> <https://www.ias.ac.in/Journals/Journal_of_Biosciences/Editorial_Board>,
>> India; Editorial Board, Journal of Genetics
>> <https://www.ias.ac.in/Journals/Journal_of_Genetics/Editorial_Board>,
>> India; Editorial Board, American Journal of Botany
>> <https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/page/journal/15372197/homepage/EditorialBoard.html>,
>> USA
>>
>>
>> On Sat, 15 Jun 2019 at 20:25, mitte...@univie.ac.at <
>> mitte...@univie.ac.at> wrote:
>>
>>>  Dear subscribers to morphmet,
>>>
>>>  With the deepest grief we must inform you of the sudden
>>>  death on June 13 of Prof. Dennis E. Slice,
>>>  holder of the fourth Rohlf Award for Excellence in Morphometrics
>>>  and tireless founder and moderator of this newsgroup,
>>>  who suffered a heart attack in his home town of
>>>  Tallahassee, Florida. Morphometrics will not be the same
>>>  without him.
>>>
>>> Jim Rohlf, Fred Bookstein, Paul O'Higgins,
>>>   Benedikt Hallgrimsson, June 15, 2019
>>>
>>> --
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Fwd: [MORPHMET] Dennis Slice

2019-06-16 Thread mahendiran mylswamy
-- Forwarded message -
From:mahendiran mylswamy 
Date: Sun, 16 Jun 2019, 09:55
Subject: Re: [MORPHMET] Dennis Slice
To: R. Geeta 
Cc: mitte...@univie.ac.at , <
morphmet@morphometrics.org>


Unfortunate and deeply disturbed to hear the sudden demise of Prof. Slice.
May his soul rest in peace.
 I have been  one of his favourite Facebook follower and all his postings
were very interesting and informative. Recently he had discussed with us
about AI on Shape analysis and Colour perception in human beings were
outstanding  ones and remains evergreen in our memories.
My condolences to his family members and  my sincere prayers MAY HIS SOUL
REST IN PEACE.



On Sun, 16 Jun 2019, 02:04 Geeta R,  wrote:

> This is shocking and unbelievable news...very saddened to hear this. My
> deepest condolences to morphometric and other friends and family.
> R. Geeta
> A1/7/1 (52), 22nd Cross Street, Besant Nagar, Chennai 600 090, India
> Retired Professor, Department of Botany, University of Delhi, Delhi,
> India; Emerita, Ecology & Evolution, SUNY
> <http://life.bio.sunysb.edu/ee/emeritus.html>, Stony Brook, NY, USA
> Editor, Phytomorphology <http://www.ispm.co.in/phytomorphology.html>,
> India; Editorial Board, Journal of BioSciences
> <https://www.ias.ac.in/Journals/Journal_of_Biosciences/Editorial_Board>,
> India; Editorial Board, Journal of Genetics
> <https://www.ias.ac.in/Journals/Journal_of_Genetics/Editorial_Board>,
> India; Editorial Board, American Journal of Botany
> <https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/page/journal/15372197/homepage/EditorialBoard.html>,
> USA
>
>
> On Sat, 15 Jun 2019 at 20:25, mitte...@univie.ac.at 
> wrote:
>
>>  Dear subscribers to morphmet,
>>
>>  With the deepest grief we must inform you of the sudden
>>  death on June 13 of Prof. Dennis E. Slice,
>>  holder of the fourth Rohlf Award for Excellence in Morphometrics
>>  and tireless founder and moderator of this newsgroup,
>>  who suffered a heart attack in his home town of
>>  Tallahassee, Florida. Morphometrics will not be the same
>>  without him.
>>
>> Jim Rohlf, Fred Bookstein, Paul O'Higgins,
>>   Benedikt Hallgrimsson, June 15, 2019
>>
>> --
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Re: [MORPHMET] Dennis Slice

2019-06-16 Thread Sandra Milena Ospina Garcés
I'm really sorry. My condolences to all morphometricians.

El sáb., 15 de junio de 2019 9:55, mitte...@univie.ac.at <
mitte...@univie.ac.at> escribió:

>  Dear subscribers to morphmet,
>
>  With the deepest grief we must inform you of the sudden
>  death on June 13 of Prof. Dennis E. Slice,
>  holder of the fourth Rohlf Award for Excellence in Morphometrics
>  and tireless founder and moderator of this newsgroup,
>  who suffered a heart attack in his home town of
>  Tallahassee, Florida. Morphometrics will not be the same
>  without him.
>
> Jim Rohlf, Fred Bookstein, Paul O'Higgins,
>   Benedikt Hallgrimsson, June 15, 2019
>
> --
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[MORPHMET] Dennis Slice

2019-06-16 Thread Sonja Windhager
We of the University of Vienna morphometrics group
are deeply saddened by the sudden death of Dennis Slice.
A guest professor here for more than fifteen years,
he was a mentor to many of our students; he was a colleague, 
a teller of uproarious tales, and altogether a very good friend.
In short, he was unique. We will miss him in all these ways.

Fred Bookstein, Cinzia Fornai, Philipp Gunz, 
Philipp Mitteroecker, Simon Neubauer, Katrin Schaefer, 
Horst Seidler, Gerhard Weber, Sonja Windhager

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Re: [MORPHMET] Dennis Slice

2019-06-15 Thread Geeta R
This is shocking and unbelievable news...very saddened to hear this. My
deepest condolences to morphometric and other friends and family.
R. Geeta
A1/7/1 (52), 22nd Cross Street, Besant Nagar, Chennai 600 090, India
Retired Professor, Department of Botany, University of Delhi, Delhi, India;
Emerita, Ecology & Evolution, SUNY
, Stony Brook, NY, USA
Editor, Phytomorphology ,
India; Editorial Board, Journal of BioSciences
,
India; Editorial Board, Journal of Genetics
,
India; Editorial Board, American Journal of Botany
,
USA


On Sat, 15 Jun 2019 at 20:25, mitte...@univie.ac.at 
wrote:

>  Dear subscribers to morphmet,
>
>  With the deepest grief we must inform you of the sudden
>  death on June 13 of Prof. Dennis E. Slice,
>  holder of the fourth Rohlf Award for Excellence in Morphometrics
>  and tireless founder and moderator of this newsgroup,
>  who suffered a heart attack in his home town of
>  Tallahassee, Florida. Morphometrics will not be the same
>  without him.
>
> Jim Rohlf, Fred Bookstein, Paul O'Higgins,
>   Benedikt Hallgrimsson, June 15, 2019
>
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Re: [MORPHMET] Dennis Slice

2019-06-15 Thread Mauro Cavalcanti
What a tragic loss! I will ever miss his superb contributions to
morphometrics, as well as his nice sense of humour.

Em sáb, 15 de jun de 2019 às 11:55, mitte...@univie.ac.at <
mitte...@univie.ac.at> escreveu:

>  Dear subscribers to morphmet,
>
>  With the deepest grief we must inform you of the sudden
>  death on June 13 of Prof. Dennis E. Slice,
>  holder of the fourth Rohlf Award for Excellence in Morphometrics
>  and tireless founder and moderator of this newsgroup,
>  who suffered a heart attack in his home town of
>  Tallahassee, Florida. Morphometrics will not be the same
>  without him.
>
> Jim Rohlf, Fred Bookstein, Paul O'Higgins,
>   Benedikt Hallgrimsson, June 15, 2019
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Re: [MORPHMET] Dennis Slice

2019-06-15 Thread Ariadne Schulz
I never had the pleasure of meeting him. I knew him only through his work.
But his work was exceptional. This is a great loss. Condolences to those
closest to him.

On Sat, Jun 15, 2019 at 3:55 PM mitte...@univie.ac.at 
wrote:

>  Dear subscribers to morphmet,
>
>  With the deepest grief we must inform you of the sudden
>  death on June 13 of Prof. Dennis E. Slice,
>  holder of the fourth Rohlf Award for Excellence in Morphometrics
>  and tireless founder and moderator of this newsgroup,
>  who suffered a heart attack in his home town of
>  Tallahassee, Florida. Morphometrics will not be the same
>  without him.
>
> Jim Rohlf, Fred Bookstein, Paul O'Higgins,
>   Benedikt Hallgrimsson, June 15, 2019
>
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Re: [MORPHMET] Dennis Slice

2019-06-15 Thread Ann Ross
I’m in utter shock and disbelief...no words except for deep sorrow...

Ann H. Ross, Ph.D., D-ABFA


> On Jun 15, 2019, at 12:20 PM, Neha Sharma  wrote:
> 
> What a loss! My condolences to the family and friends.
> 
>> On Sat, 15 Jun 2019, 20:25 mitte...@univie.ac.at,  
>> wrote:
>>  Dear subscribers to morphmet,
>> 
>>  With the deepest grief we must inform you of the sudden
>>  death on June 13 of Prof. Dennis E. Slice,
>>  holder of the fourth Rohlf Award for Excellence in Morphometrics
>>  and tireless founder and moderator of this newsgroup,
>>  who suffered a heart attack in his home town of
>>  Tallahassee, Florida. Morphometrics will not be the same
>>  without him.
>> 
>> Jim Rohlf, Fred Bookstein, Paul O'Higgins,
>>   Benedikt Hallgrimsson, June 15, 2019
>> -- 
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Re: [MORPHMET] Dennis Slice

2019-06-15 Thread Neha Sharma
What a loss! My condolences to the family and friends.

On Sat, 15 Jun 2019, 20:25 mitte...@univie.ac.at, 
wrote:

>  Dear subscribers to morphmet,
>
>  With the deepest grief we must inform you of the sudden
>  death on June 13 of Prof. Dennis E. Slice,
>  holder of the fourth Rohlf Award for Excellence in Morphometrics
>  and tireless founder and moderator of this newsgroup,
>  who suffered a heart attack in his home town of
>  Tallahassee, Florida. Morphometrics will not be the same
>  without him.
>
> Jim Rohlf, Fred Bookstein, Paul O'Higgins,
>   Benedikt Hallgrimsson, June 15, 2019
>
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Re: [MORPHMET] Dennis Slice

2019-06-15 Thread Cole, Theodore M.
What terrible news.  My sympathies to all his family, friends, colleagues, and 
students.

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On Sat, Jun 15, 2019 at 9:55 AM -0500, "mitte...@univie.ac.at" 
mailto:mitte...@univie.ac.at>> wrote:

 Dear subscribers to morphmet,

 With the deepest grief we must inform you of the sudden
 death on June 13 of Prof. Dennis E. Slice,
 holder of the fourth Rohlf Award for Excellence in Morphometrics
 and tireless founder and moderator of this newsgroup,
 who suffered a heart attack in his home town of
 Tallahassee, Florida. Morphometrics will not be the same
 without him.

Jim Rohlf, Fred Bookstein, Paul O'Higgins,
  Benedikt Hallgrimsson, June 15, 2019

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[MORPHMET] Dennis Slice

2019-06-15 Thread mitte...@univie.ac.at
 Dear subscribers to morphmet,

 With the deepest grief we must inform you of the sudden
 death on June 13 of Prof. Dennis E. Slice,
 holder of the fourth Rohlf Award for Excellence in Morphometrics
 and tireless founder and moderator of this newsgroup,
 who suffered a heart attack in his home town of
 Tallahassee, Florida. Morphometrics will not be the same
 without him.

Jim Rohlf, Fred Bookstein, Paul O'Higgins,
  Benedikt Hallgrimsson, June 15, 2019

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