David was exceptionally respected for his expertise and skills in solving computer problems. Condolences to Colorado Springs friends and family of Todd Survil, 55, Omaha NE, who passed away on July 28 following a battle with cancer. Bob's Digital career was in IT Operations in Maynard and Concord.Daniel says that David had just gotten WFRed and paperwork was still in process when he got ill and ended up in hospital. Todd was a Mechanical Tech in CXO in the 80s, where he met his wife Doreen. Thanks to those of you who sent notes to Bob during his hospice time, they were really appreciated.After his military service, he worked for Digital Corporation for 15 years, until he retired in 1991. Our condolences to the family and friends of DEC Connection member Betty J. Betty had worked for Digital for 10 years and was an original Digital Retiress Assn. Betty was a real go-getter and led many volunteer efforts, including co-founding the RISE program at Rivier College that provides free adult-education classes to local seniors, and work at her church. Betty's daughter Amy Worrell can be reached for condolences at [email protected] Forrest Titcomb via the Colorado Springs group: It is with sadness that I report that Allan Titcomb, badge number 618, died on January 31 after a long illness.
Services are scheduled for Saturday, March 4, 2017, Weatherford Mortuary, Oak Ridge, TN.Bob was an ever curious scientist, earning a BS (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) and Ph. (Brown University) in Physics and writing his thesis on magnetism because it was the hardest problem he could find.After a time as a professor at Bucknell University, Bob continued in this vein throughout his professional life, developing magnetic recording technology at the Sperry Research Center, Polaroid, in Storage Systems at Digital Equipment Corp., and at Quantum.Bill Prindle wrote in with the sad news that his friend, Randal (Randy) S. Randy was a producer and art director in Media Services during the 1980s.Dearborn, of Camas, Washington died on Friday, Feb. Thad was a Military Veteran, with 20 years of service in the United States Army, retiring at Fort Carson Military base in Colorado Springs in 1972.A public memorial service was held at Gordon College on May 14, 2011, and Digital_Man/Digital_World, a PBS documentary about Ken Olsen, is available.