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Tribute to Walt Hearn
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Tributes to Walt Hearn 10 R. Isaac I met Walt at my first ASA conference--at Stanford in (about) 1973. We became much better acquainted after 1978 when Sandia Labs transferred me to Livermore, and Walt was one of the leaders of the SF Bay chapter. In a short period he became a mentor for me, tutoring me in a broad range of subject areas including living more simply, peacemaking, evolutionary biology, and other aspects of the many facets of the encounter between science and faith. Although I lived out of the area for nine of the ensuing years until 2002, Walt's shadow passed by frequently via the ASA Newsletter, annual conferences, and sharing articles that we discovered. When I retired and returned to NorCal in 2002, Walt was still writing and speaking. It was great to live close to Walt and Ginny again, because we were able to meet at ASA special events and other gatherings. Thank you, Walt, for mentoring me. I wish I had been a better student.
by J. Swearengen
Friday, April 21, 2017