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When Larry worked for Digital Equipment Corporation he was the Corporate Account - Strategic Account Manager responsible for Rockwell International's Aerospace and Defense Electronics Businesses (Space Shuttle, B1 etc.).In that capacity one of his best experiences was meeting astronaut Gene Cernan, first man on the moon, who also recently died.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. Thank you to friend Daniel Taylor for reporting the untimely passing of David Michael Wilhelm, 57, of Rockport TX.David worked for Hewlett Packard Enterprise as a Servicing Agent helping clients all over the world. 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.I've known her since I moved to the US in 1980 and she always had a smile on her face and a kind word for everyone. Keith attended Massachusetts Institute of Technology, graduating with a degree in electrical engineering in 1962.
In 1983 Keith joined Digital Equipment Corporation as Manager of Manufacturing Technology, and moved to Colorado Springs for the rest of his Digital career.Rick worked at DEC for 25 years, and then at the DCU as a loan originator, from which he retired in April 2016 at the age of 79. DEC Connection member Bob Schuetz wrote with sad news: Friends, it's with a heavy heart that I let you know that Jerry Bryant passed away on Sunday, February 19, 2017. Bryant, 77, was a long time Digital Equipment employee spending much of his time in the Charlotte, North Carolina Software Services office where he served as District Software Manager for many years.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.Keith worked at Draper Laboratory at MIT where he managed software development, receiving two patents and consulting for major industrial companies in the US and Europe.Keith worked with NASA's manned space program throughout the Apollo Project.