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Nov 20, 2018 at 4:34 AM
Estela Zatania has left an In Memory comment for her Profile.
Nov 09, 2018 at 12:33 PM

Bill Berglof was a flamenco guitarist.  I can't think of him any other way.  One of the first people I came into contact with in the early 1960s when I was studying flamenco.  That was nearly 60 years ago, and now I see his kind face on a memorial page.  Bill was well-loved in the flamenco community by those of us who knew him.  An elegant, kind and talented man with a gentle sense of humor.  I'm now a well-known flamenco specialist, and I can say Bill was an excellent guitarist indeed.  I hadn't seen him in many many years, but miss him now that he's gone.  The attached photo was taken in Malaga Spain in 1974, Bill in the middle, me standing next to him holding my son, and Bill's wife Atsuko on the far right.  Thank you for reading these words about dear Bill.

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Ggisela Nass posted a message.
Jun 27, 2018 at 3:52 PM

Robert, I just went on your homepage and spent a lot of time surfing it. It is absolutely impressive in its content and detail! I was particularly interested in your discussion of environmental problems in Okinawa and its marine environment and will share that with my students as an example of human-caused destruction of the oceans. Hope you don't mind. Many of my adult students are simply unaware of the impact of our presence in so many land and marine areas. Since I usually have a couple or more students from Okinawa in my biology classes (online), they will be able observe this in their own backyard. - I really appreciate the effort that went into your site. Hope that you are well. Best wishes,
regards and peace,

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Robert Bogard posted a message.
Apr 27, 2018 at 4:03 PM

I gave up thinking a long time ago.

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Debra Rosenthal has left an In Memory comment for Dennis Doolin.
Jan 28, 2018 at 4:34 AM

Friends of Dennis might be interested to hear that he is portrayed in "The Post," the new film about the Washington Post's role in publishing the Pentagon Papers.  Dennis did indeed testify (unsuccessfully) that publication of information from that history of the Vietnam War threatened national security.  The New York Times summary of his role at the time can be found here:  https://mobile.nytimes.com/1971/06/22/archives/8-judges-to-sit-appeals-court-calls-vietnam-study-case-of-key.html

He was always kind, curious, open-hearted.  

Bill Stewart has left an In Memory comment for Frank Peyton (Pat) Glass.
Jan 26, 2018 at 12:33 PM

In 1983-84 I was enjoying my first long overseas tour, assigned to HQ USAFE. My dear wife enrolled in a few of UMUC's classes at Ramstein. One in speech and one on film ...  both taught by Pat Glass. The reports at home on his classroom efforts were uniformly excellent. Of course. Even then I was looking into what comes after the Air Force. Bumped into Pat at the bar in the O'Club, introduced myself, quizzed him about life as an instructor (remember that title?) for UMUC-Europe. Received some pleasant alternative facts about the dream job in response. After AF retirement in 1990 at Stuttgart and following Pat's advice, I drove up to Heidelberg. Got a job. That gig lasted the next 21 years. Saw Pat last in Heidelberg, October 2016. Reminded him of our first encounter. He repeated a caution about not believing everything a recruiter tells you. In fond memory.

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John Caruso posted a message.
Jan 19, 2018 at 3:16 PM

Hi Ron, enjoyed same locations in Asia a year before you. Agree that Bill Berlin was the most memorable and inspiring ESO. He affirmed everyone at Misawa.