RE: waynes world.....
There are also 2 more Wayne's World boys in my lab. Chris Chartrand &
From: Michelle.Lynch@med.va.gov [mailto:Michelle.Lynch@med.va.gov]
Sent: Wednesday, May 01, 2002 3:15 PM
To: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Subject: RE: waynes world.....
this girly from Waynes world is stuck out in montana. i definitely agree
with you, Colleen, about the quality of Waynes teachings. More than once i
have thanked the gods that be for the opportunity to have had Wayne as an
instructor; he was the BEST!! i remember how fond he was of calling an H&E
'routine' (sarcasm here). i think his best piece of advice to graduating
interns was to remember NOT to say "this isn't how we did it in school!" on
the first day of a new job.
Yes, Wayne is definitely missed but he'll never be forgotten by this kid.
From: Colleen Forster [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, May 01, 2002 2:31 PM
Subject: waynes world.....
Hello to all the "School of Kampa" survivors.Yes, Tim, it would be fun
to see how
many of there are on histonet. I have counted 5 of us thus far. How many
more of you
are out there!!!!
I often think of Wayne when I am with a student or "newbie". I find
myself thinking "That
isn't the ay you would have done it if Wayne had been your instructor!!"
How about the rest
of you. He was a tough, but good, cookie. For sure you were in "Waynes
World" when in class
He is soooo missed. Thanks Wayne.
U of Mn
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