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The DC teams here at BBR will always remember them
Their legacy lives on
This is why we crunch.
On June 17, 2002 The BroadBandReports Distributed Computing Honor Guard was formed. Its one and only mission, to move its computing power to whichever team in our community had suffered an untimely loss of a fellow teammate. A Honor Guard in Memoriam account exists on each of the teams in our community. In the first few weeks of its existence the Honor Guard visited en mass each BBR Distributed Computing team and initiated additions to the respective team accounts.
Membership in the Honor Guard is open to one and all. The members need do nothing but answer the call when it is placed to honor in memory a fallen teammate. This page is to memorialize the names of those who have left us here at BroadBandReports and gone on to higher computing.
They are missed. They are loved. They will never be forgotten.
The loss of a teammate is like that of a limb. Time may heal the anguish of the wound, but the loss cannot be repaired.
We are all one team under the BBR DC Tree...
When one of our "family" members has departed...we all feel the loss.
The Honor Guard is a wonderful way to honor & pay tribute to those who although gone, are not forgotten.
»BBR's DC Honor Guard
»A sad day for us all
»Re: [MOJO] For a teammie
»Gone but not forgotten
»Why We Do What We Do...
»[MOJO] I am Sorry to say Danny9 is no longer with us.
»Jeff Martin....some sad news
»Re: Hiya my friends!
»Rest in peace Carrol Gwin
»Kirsten Hurl -Passed away Friday, August 20th, 2010