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After serving his country, he worked at Digital Equipment Corporation as a Material Plant Manager. Our member Les Figg sadly reported the death of his friend and co-worker Robert "Bob" Ambrose Brooks, 79, of Surprise AZ, after a year-long battle with cancer.Bob was originally hired as one of six bench technicians and rose to become a Sales Regional VP for Western US, leaving Digital in 1991.

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The family suggests that memorial donations be made to Our condolences to the Colorado Springs group on the loss of their friend and co-worker Edna Mae Mc Cumber, 72. Komen Foundation for Stage IV/Metastatic Breast Cancer Research at He served in the US Army during the Vietnam era from 1966 to 1968.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.Dearborn, of Camas, Washington died on Friday, Feb. Thad was a Military Veteran, with 20 years of service in the United States Army, retiring at Fort Carson Military base in Colorado Springs in 1972. I believe that is the legacy that he would love to be remembered by.His son Riley will send additional information and would like to hear from former co-workers and friends of his dad's.According to Larry's wishes, no memorials are planned.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.

In lieu of flowers, his family requests that donations be sent to help his fellow veterans via the Disabled American Veteran (DAV) [email protected] Heinz succumbed to injuries from complications after a fall. He was one of the few people Ive ever worked with who had both a marketing brain and an IT/engineer brain, a rarity.

Rick didn't know the capacity in which he worked, but perhaps sales (knowing Heinz.) Heinz remembered his time with DEC fondly. He will be missed by those who had the privilege of working with him.

After his service in the Army, he exercised his GI Bill benefit to attend technical college and obtained a position as a Field Support Engineer with Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC).

Jim spent the next 31 years with DEC, elevating himself to the position of Principal Software Engineer. Terry's career included time at Digital Equipment Corp.

After his military service, he worked for Digital Corporation for 15 years, until he retired in 1991. Our condolences to the family and friends of DEC Connection member Betty J. Betty had worked for Digital for 10 years and was an original Digital Retiress Assn. Betty was a real go-getter and led many volunteer efforts, including co-founding the RISE program at Rivier College that provides free adult-education classes to local seniors, and work at her church. Betty's daughter Amy Worrell can be reached for condolences at [email protected] His DIGITAL/COMPAQ/HP/HPE career started in New Mexico and we were blessed to have had him in our company for over 37 years. We are saddened to report that DEC Connection member, Alan J.