Rest in peace, Richard!
- alfred -
Jeff, thanks for updating with this very sad news - please pass on my sincere condolences to his family.
I never met Sinc but I still use the Civil 3D tricks and tips that I picked up from the videos that he posted.
Thanks for letting us know Jeff. Many of us considered Richard a valuable colleague and friend, even though we had never met him in person. I certainly did! I know you'll let his family know how well respected and liked he was on these groups.
God bless him, his family and friends and all those suffering in a season that should be a time of joy.
I'm so sorry. I can't begin to imagine how you and Richard's family are feeling right now, Richard was a phenomenal person, both in person and on these forums so his prescence will be greatly missed.
When you know, please let us know where we can send cards, flowers, or whatever Richard's family would like. I'm sure I'm not the only one that would like to offer condolences past here.
And I learnt this morning that I am an emotional community manager. Definitely crying in front of my computer...
Never meet sink but he will be missed as a valuble contributor to the forum. I have experienced the loss of a loved one this year and it is a difficult time for the ones left behind. We will be praying for the family that they will feel the love grace and comfort of god in this time of loss.
We will miss you here Richard aka Sinc.
My thoughts and prayers are with your family as they cope with your untimely passing.
We are all diminshed at the loss of a font of wisdom. His quick sharp wit and deep insights will be sorely missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family on their loss at what should be a time of celebration.As Sinc logs onto that great gig in the sky, he will be sorely missed down here......
What I liked about Sinc was his passion for his work and his want to help and advise others. He was a classy guy in that way.
We can all take solace in knowing Sinc will live on through his software and through his postings. Future generations of Civil 3Ders will continue to benefit.