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Re: John Ostrom

How many epithets can we have for him? A true scientist respected by everybody. The man that actually made what dinosaurology is today.
Difficult to put in words how I feel. A terrible loss of one of the finest persons I've had the privilege to meet.

He will be sadly missed, but the spirit of his work goes on.

On 16 Jul 2005, at 19:07, brushes2@juno.com wrote:


I'm saddened to report that early this morning (16 July 2005), Professor
John Ostrom passed away from the complications of Alzheimer Disease.

A loss of a wonderful friend, a fine mind, and a great scholar.

Alan H Brush
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Mystic, CT. 06355
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