[ESIP-all] RIP Rob Raskin, 1957-2012
cyang3 at gmu.edu
Sat Mar 3 08:29:41 EST 2012
I'm deeply sorry to hear this. I'm also blessed to have known Rob when I was first introduced to the Earth science community over 10 years ago. He has been a great collaborator, friend, and mentor to me. He also helped greatly ever since to advise our students.
Rob, go well and may peace rest with you for ever. Your passionate for friendship, collaboration, mentorship will be passed on by your students, colleagues and through the future generations.
Chaowei Phil Yang, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Director, NSF Planning I/UCRC for Spatiotemporal Thinking & Computing
Chief Architect, NASA Climate @ Home
Vice Chair, Research Committee, University Consortium of Geographic Information Science
Associate Editor, GeoInformatica, Springer
Co-Director, Center of Intelligent Spatial Computing for Water/Energy Science
Geography and GeoInformation Science
College of Science, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, 22030-4444
----- Original Message -----
From: "Armstrong, Edward M (388M)" <Edward.M.Armstrong at jpl.nasa.gov>
Date: Saturday, March 3, 2012 1:28 am
Subject: [ESIP-all] RIP Rob Raskin, 1957-2012
> HI folks,
> Its me again. With some unfortunate news ......
> Rob passed away at around 8 pm Pacific Time. I was not there but
> his sister and a few friends were nearby. He passed on peacefully
> with little or no suffering.
> Lisa wants everyone to know she really appreciates their heartfelt
> support, prayers and thoughts. The get well cards some of you
> signed were read to Rob in the last 24 hours as were other
> messages such as emails and FB posts over the last days. We really
> really appreciate the support.
> I will be offline over the weekend. I will send another update
> Monday sometime.
> Rest easy tonight, Rob. You will be missed. Peace and blessings.
> Ed Armstrong
> JPL Physical Oceanography DAAC
> 818 519-7607
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