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Guti(R)

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13.09.2018, 09:58
 

Terry Colligan (Developers)

Some years ago I was in contact with Terry Colligan from Rational Systems / Tenberry, the author of DOS4GW DOS Extender (https://github.com/open-watcom/open-watcom-v2/issues/193).

A few months ago, he told me he was going to face a surgery, and just today noticed temberry.com site is down.

Have any one some news from him?

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Rugxulo(R)

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17.09.2018, 05:11

@ Guti

Terry Colligan

I'm no detective (and am not active on any of the following sites), but ....

It seems there is a (mirror) site online here: http://64.246.28.20/
while http://www.tenberry.com/ is now one of those useless placeholder sites.

The mirror seems to say he's located in Fountain Hills, Arizona.

His LinkedIn profile says Phoenix, AZ working as "principal engineer" at Genesys Aerosystems. (But I see no obvious mention of him scrolling through their FB page or on their website's employee lists or blog.)

There is a Facebook page for him, apparently, which says "Remembering". According to this, "The word Remembering will be shown next to the person's name on their profile [if they pass away]".

There is an extremely brief obituary here (May 19) of a "Terence Colligan" from Scottsdale, AZ.

So I guess he passed away. Sorry to break it to you (us?). :-(

Guti(R)

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17.09.2018, 15:41
(edited by Rugxulo, 18.09.2018, 19:26)

@ Rugxulo

Terry Colligan

Thank you very much for your findings. Indeed it seems he passed away.
Sorry to hear.

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Guti(R)

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17.09.2018, 19:08
(edited by Rugxulo, 18.09.2018, 19:26)

@ Guti

Terry Colligan

My two cents in his memory: http://www.javiergutierrezchamorro.com/dep-terry-colligan/3678

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