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The passing of Dr. Guanghua Zhu per Re: Out of Office AutoReply:[Aroid-l]

  • Subject: The passing of Dr. Guanghua Zhu per Re: Out of Office AutoReply:[Aroid-l]
  • From: Scott Hyndman hyndman@aroid.org
  • Date: Sun, 27 Nov 2005 05:52:21 -0500

Dear Jason,

I am very sadden to hear this terrible news. I knew that Guanghua was ill, but I did not know that it was so serious. Guanghua was a wonderful person and a tirelessly gifted botanist that had the unique gift of being very fluent in both Chinese and English, thus making him a perfect collaborator for the Flora of China Project. As most of you probably know, Guanghua was the "Father" of the IAS Website, and he was instrumental for several years following the inception of the site in 1996 in helping the site content to evolve and grow. I will leave the accolades of Guanghua's abilities as an aroid taxonomist and scholar to those who knew him better than I in those endeavors. Let it be simply said that world is a lesser place with his passing.

Regards, Scott
Scott Hyndman
Vero Beach, Florida

On Nov 27, 2005, at 12:48 AM, Jason Hernandez wrote:

I suppose by now you've all gotten this one:
-----Original Message-----
From: Guanghua.Zhu@mobot.org
Sent: Nov 21, 2005 2:20 PM
To: mossytrail@earthlink.net
Subject: Out of Office AutoReply: [Aroid-l] Re: Iron Chef - Konnyaku

This is an automated reply from the Missouri Botanical Garden:

The Missouri Botanical Garden is very sorry to inform you that Dr. Guanghua Zhu died on 2 November 2005. If you still need assistance, please contact Nicholas Turland, Dr. Zhu's colleague on the Flora of China project.

Thank you.

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