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The tech editorial community mourns the loss of Rich Comerford, our colleague

Steve Taranovich
RituGupta
RituGupta
7/11/2018 4:33:21 AM
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Re: Competitor, then colleague
My condolences to the departed's family, friends, and colleagues. We never know when our time would come but when it is my turn next, I hope I would be dearly missed as well. I hope my demise would be remembered due to my good deeds that I have contributed in one way or another. It is not easy to establish such a connection with people, but when you do, it just means how wonderful of a person you truly have been your entire life.

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MeasurementBlues
MeasurementBlues
5/2/2018 3:06:13 PM
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Competitor, then colleague
Rich and I frequently crossed paths at shows and conferences because we both covered test & measurement. We were friendly competitors until August 1, 2066 when we became colleagues. That didn't last long because Rich entered "self-employment" a few months later.

Rich leaves behind his wife Pearl, two sons, and one daughter.

 

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