[ RadSafe ] Retirement
parthasarathy k s
ksparth at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Jan 7 21:56:54 CST 2014
My best wishes to you for a happy,healthy and productive retired life.
You may recall that several years ago you ran a very useful "nuclear news" programme. I used to be a regular reader.That was a time when internet was not popular.I had a painfully slow dial up account.It was one of your great services I gratefully remember.
For a long time I was under the impression that "Sandy" was a lady! I recall that when I revealed my misunderstanding, you reminded me that many others took Sandy to be a lady!
You used to post telling and beautiful photographs from different countries whenever you visited them for meetings and conferences.I knew that you attended IRPA-10 at Hiroshima.You posted some exquisite photo from Japan. I was then the president of the Indian Association for Radiation Protection, an affiliate of IRPA. I attended IRPA-10. Our paths did not cross then. I met several persons from USA. Dr Allan Brodsky was one of them. We continue to correspond with each other on subjects of mutual interest.
You are evidently a man of many parts.I am sure after February, you will be able to spent more time on matters you like most, unbridled by the earlier official commitments. I am sure that you will continue to contribute to the news group
I retired in 2004; let me welcome you to the retiree's club!
I am marking this message to all in the list as that is one way to compliment you for all the good work you have done.
With warm regards
On Wednesday, 8 January 2014, 8:51, Dan McCarn <hotgreenchile at gmail.com> wrote:
Retirement without a horse or two is no retirement! But best wishes for the
Dan W McCarn, Geologist
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Los Alamos, NM 87544-3425
+1-505-672-2014 (Home – New Mexico)
+1-505-670-8123 (Mobile - New Mexico)
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On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 3:55 PM, Perle, Sandy <sperle at mirion.com> wrote:
> After nearly 43 years working in the nuclear industry, on February 28 I
> will step down as President, Mirion Technologies Dosimetry Services
> Division, to spend more time with family, enjoying boating, hiking and my
> passion for photography and just as important, to be able to pursue other
> interests and consulting opportunities. I have thoroughly enjoyed the past
> 17 and a half years being associated with the finest staff one could ever
> ask for, all being highly dedicated and motivated, espousing exceptional
> integrity, commitment, accountability, innovation and respect, all
> resulting in Mirion being the 2nd largest dosimetry service provider in the
> world. I am extremely happy that my business and personal relation with
> Mirion will continue as I provide consulting support to the Company. I
> look forward to this next phase of my career where I can continue to
> support a viable nuclear option at the same time focusing on the important
> factors in one’s life.
> Sander C. Perle
> Mirion Technologies
> Dosimetry Services Division
> 2652 McGaw Avenue
> Irvine, CA 92614
> +1 (949) 296-2306 (Office)
> +1 (949) 296-1130 (Fax)
> Mirion Technologies: http://www.mirion.com/
> ”Protecting people, property and the environment”
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