In Memory of PCA

August 20, 2010 § Leave a comment

I’ve just received news that a dear internet friend died on August 2, 2010.

PCA was not a religious person.  But I have no doubt that he was a kindred spirit.  Even if he didn’t know it – then. And I trust in the Mercy of God.  PCA was funny, quirky, and cared passionately about other people, the fate of his nation, and the fate of the world.  He would have given you the shirt off his back.  But in the end he learned to receive that kind of thing from others, as he faced a dire illness with no health insurance.  In addition to tears and tributes from many on the internet, he will be missed by friends and family.  Because he was such a private person it apparently took some time and some doing before his family were able to connect with anyone on the internet – to inform them of his passing.

He has receive the amazing tribute of a post put up by the Moderator at TPM Cafe – under his TPM moniker, PseudoCyAnts.

At the end of his life, PCA turned his hand to making art, what he called fractalsThis one was saved by stillidealistic. It is, I think, a fitting epitaph for our dear friend.  These were saved by Alan.

Farewell, dear PCA.  Memory Eternal…

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