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  • From: drkuzmann <kuzmann AT caesar.elte.hu>
  • To: f.j.berry.1 AT bham.ac.uk
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  • Subject: Re: [Mix] Sue Forder
  • Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2016 10:56:11 +0200
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Dear Frank,

I have been deeply saddened by the loss of Professor Sue Forder. I have
known her and admired the smart way of disseminating her knowledge among
students and colleagues at the different meetings. On behalf of the
Hungarian Mössbauer spectroscopists I would like to express our condolences
to the UK Mössbauer community. Please pass our condolences to the grieving
family, too. Her activity shell never be forgotten.


With best regards,
Erno


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Prof. Dr. Ernő Kuzmann
Institute of Chemistry, Eötvös Loránd University
H-1117 Budapest, Pázmány P. s. 1/A., Hungary
phone:3613722500/1152 fax:3613722592
e-mail:
kuzmann AT caesar.elte.hu
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2016-07-21 2:48 GMT+02:00
<f.j.berry.1 AT bham.ac.uk>:

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> It is with much sadness that I must tell you that Sue Forder died on
> Sunday 17 July. Sue underwent major surgery last year and subsequent
> treatment enabled her to recover and return to her research work and enjoy
> life with her family. Unfortunately her health deteriorated rapidly last
> week and she passed away on Sunday evening.
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> Sue's professional life was centred in Sheffield Hallam University. She
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> been focused on industrial applications of Mossbauer spectroscopy and she
> introduced the power of the technique to several industrial organisations
> within the UK. Sue was a thoughtful and careful experimentalist and was
> highly regarded by students and colleagues who worked with her.
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> was particularly supportive of the development of ISIAME. She coordinated
> the UK Mossbauer community over many years with efficiency and
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> and had a great sense of humanity. Her presence within the UK community
> will be greatly missed and I have today conveyed condolences to her family
> on behalf of her UK and international colleagues.
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> Professor Frank Berry
> The University of Birmingham
> United Kingdom
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