In memory of Dan Scharfman

In memory of Dan Scharfman

Dan Scharfman, a wonderful colleague and friend, died last night.

My understanding is that there will be an obituary published tomorrow, and that the funeral will be on Wednesday.

I am shocked and grief-stricken, so it’s difficult to say more right now.

To his loved ones, all I can say are some words inspired by the Jewish tradition:

May the Omnipresent console you among the other mourners of Zion, Jerusalem, and the world.

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5 thoughts on “In memory of Dan Scharfman

  1. Peter Campbell 01/21/2013 at 3:48 pm Reply

    Deborah — I’m sorry for your and our loss. I can’t recall if I ever met Dan, but I interacted with him a bit on ISF and NTEN’s mailing lists, where he was always very knowledgeable and helpful. I know that he will be missed.

  2. Stephanie Johnson 01/22/2013 at 11:04 am Reply

    This is shocking news. A nicer man than Dan you could not hope to meet. He gave us very good advice in my early days in NPT.

  3. Deborah Elizabeth Finn 02/04/2013 at 9:22 pm Reply

    Our professional association, the Nonprofit Technology Network, posted an online tribute to Dan Scharfman today. It includes both text and video.

    Those who miss Dan’s voice may also enjoy listening to this podcast in which he is the featured expert.

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