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A Tribute to Len Fehskens, Editor of the Journal of Enterprise Architecture
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Reflection - In Memory of Leonard G. Fehskens 2/21/47 - 8/29/17

Posted By Len's sisters, Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Like a song that remains in the heart when his much enjoyed music is playing no more;

Like a fragrance that stays in the air where a flower he photographed blossomed and was captured on film to share forever;

Like a star that continues to glow long after the breaking of dawn because he marveled and pondered its existence;

A true love of cats, of nature, of texture, of the written word, of architectural uniqueness, the symphonies, the simplicity in life, of realism but yet a touch of the obscure;

The ones we have loved for so very long remain with us in spirit, in inspiration, in direction; the beautiful  memories in our hearts and minds do go on.  Lenny will long be remembered because his work on many levels both personal and professional touched many;

He was truly a one of a kind.  A wonderful, gentle, kind in heart curmudgeon.  Yes, he was unique.  He was inspiring in his wisdom and intellect and yet he had such a quiet, deep and intensive emotional side that truly was the essence of the man.  

Lenny will be missed; he did make a difference; he did have an impact; he touched many and he left us all way too soon.

With love and deep understanding,
Your four sisters

Inspired, adapted and personalized from an American Greetings card wording to reflect the deep loss of our beloved brother.  He was the oldest of five.


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