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Dr Brian Stuckenberg of the Natal Museum passed away
With great sadness I have to inform you that the most adorable and beloved friend and colleague of ours, Dr Brian Stuckenberg, passed away yesterday. Brian joined the Natal Museum staff in 1953, and has been deeply involved in all aspects of Museum life since then and until his last day. After his retirement in 1994, he became an Honorary Research Associate and Director emeritus of the Natal Museum, and continued with his research and editorial commitments at African Invertebrates.

You may forward your words of condolescence to me; I'll print your messages out and forward them to Brian's family.

Kind regards,
Mike Mostovski

Dr Mikhail (Mike) B. Mostovski
Department of Natural Sciences
Natal Museum, P. Bag 9070,
Pietermaritzburg 3200, South Africa
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