In Memoriam: Andy Reynolds
May he rest in peace as he lives on in our memories.
The DEI/Intercultural field lost a giant when Andy Reynolds passed away on February 7, 2021. There are no better words to describe his parting and who he was than those of his beloved wife, Donna Stringer. “My love and life partner of 39 years died this morning after a 14-month valiant battle against blood cancer. He was smart, funny, a master cook and photographer, but mostly he was dedicated to social change for everyone. He taught me so much—about absolute dedication and unconditional love, I will miss his physical presence but will continue consulting him as I carry on our lifes’ work.”
Donna and their sons plan to recognize Andy in memorial event on Zoom March 27, 2021 from 10 - 11 a.m. (Pacific Time). You may join that day with this link: Andy Reynolds Memorial. Per Donna: "Time will only allow 12 speakers who have been selected to represent different times/organizations in Andy's life. There will not be an open mic. Zoom will be open at 9:50 a.m. so you can enter and leave comments in the Chat room if you wish. You can also view Andy's obituary and leave comments and/or photos at the following site: https://funerals.coop/obituaries/andrew-buchanan-reynolds.html. Thank you again for your heart felt love and kindness to both Andy and me."
For complete Zoom event access info, click here.
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SIETAR USA TAKES A STAND ON RACISM
Recognizing that this could be a very long list, we would like to bring into the room, the name of George Floyd. In the strongest possible terms, SIETAR USA:
The SIETAR USA Ethics Committee and Chair are responsible for the coordination of educational activities designed to support the understanding of and participation in the LIVING CODE. As part of these efforts, the committee presents Critical Incidents to encourage discussion of ethical issues. To participate in these discussions, please visit the Ethics Critical Incidents posted on the Critical Incidents page.
Sandra M. Fowler