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As we move further into my information ethics and policy course, I'll be sharing some of the students' reflections on the questions they answer each week. Friday, November 10, "In Flanders Field the poppies grow We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Loved and were loved, and now we lie In Flanders fields.
Take up our quarrel with the foe: To you from failing hands we throw The torch; be yours to hold it high. If ye break faith with us who die We shall not sleep, though poppies grow In Flanders fields.
Tomorrow I will be remembering my father and all other veterans. Don't blame veterans for decisions that are political and made top of the house in this country.
Having veterans in my classroom over the years has added to the richness of every discussion. We honor veterans for their service, and I continue to support organizations like Team Rubicon, who take those skills that soldiers have learned and deploy them for good, to turn the corner on disaster response in this country and abroad. Wednesday, November 1, Celebrate Del.
When I was a child, rituals made a great deal more sense than they do now.
I found more consolation in the religious trappings of pivotal moments in our lives until death. Del Hazeley died abruptly and unexpectedly only two and a half weeks ago.
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His funeral was last Thursday, an occasion to see again some of my former students and others from the university among a very large crowd that overflowed the church, too large to spend any time with his parents, his widow, or his brothers. I have helped plan the celebration of his life that will take place next Monday at the University of Washington's Husky Stadium, in the Don James Room. I was honored to be folded into the UW Police Department's planning process for the event.
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Since Del's impact was so vast across so many different parts of the university, we expect a large turnout. Speakers will tell us stories that will make us laugh, and perhaps weep. There's music and a video and room for everyone to speak and to commiserate, but most of all to toast a remarkable life that had only just begun. Del's mother, his wife and one of his brothers will join us. Professor Harry Bruce, former dean of the iSchool, will be one of the lead speakers.