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  • Attention Enterprise Geeks

    Posted on August 22nd, 2009 HandyAndy 1 comment

    Hello Geeks of the Enterprise World, I know a number of you are looking at our space and salivating.

    Please do yourself’s and us a huge favor and check OUT THIS POST  before you come into our sandbox to play :>)

    Thank You


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    • Members and Friends of SVCS:

      From Coline MacLean we receive this information:

      Al Wromke passed away today. He had lung cancer. He only lasted two
      weeks after the detection and most of that was spent in a catatonic
      state. He died at the Veterans hospital in Palo Alto. Very sad.

      Al returned to Silicon Valley from El Paso in June. He was trying it get
      re-established and did not seem to be in ill health. He had lost lots of
      weight but said he had been dieting and exercising. During the last
      three weeks the complaints of joint pain and the inability to sleep
      started. He went to the VA center in Palo Alto with little
      satisfaction. Al was then hospitalized.

      Within a few days, the bad news of renal dysfunction, lung cancer and
      God knows what else. They immediately told him to get his affairs in
      order, which knowing AL, as we do, know that getting anything in order
      was not Al’s strong suit. Al’s relatives were called, almost too late as
      AL didn’t want them called. It as a wonderful experience for all of them.

      AL’s body is being shipped back home to NJ, where the family will have
      a service on Friday and bury him next to his parents.

      He was a good person. I never heard him say a bad word about anyone and
      he would give you the shirt off his back or anything he had if you
      needed it. He was always on the outlook for opportunities for his
      friends and he was constantly creating wild business opportunities,
      which benefited mostly other people. The world is a lesser place
      without him.

      … c

      Fred Townsend

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