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A Celebration of Life....

Giancarlo-moloWith great sadness, I have been informed that one of the founding members of this blog and a geographically distant friend, Giancarlo Molo, has passed away.

He has been a part of Autodesk for over 20 years and my first meeting with him was in 2011, when we went to Manchester, NH for Citrix XenApp 6.0 training.  Some of us came down from Toronto to the Boston and we waited for him at the airport to pick him up from Switzerland.  I recall holding a sign with his name on it so I basically looked like a limousine driver.

My last (9/15/2015) online chat with him is below:

Giancarlo-chat

Carpe diem.  There is no time like the present and there's no present like the time. If you have any fond memories of Giancarlo, please feel free to comment in this post.

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Yannick Karawa

You were my colleague, my friend, my confidant.. I did not expect you leaving that soon..
I’ll be missing you my friend...

Rest In Peace

Alison G.

Gianco, it was such an honor to be able to work with you, a truly gentle, wonderfully talented and amazing spirit. You will be in my thoughts always, remembering the great times and laughter we shared.

Cristian Carello

This is shocking I never thought Gianco was a that point, I consider him a ver good man, professional and expert on this field, I will always remember you, so being him also Italian. La vita la si lotta ogni giorno finche i giorni finiscono e si smette di lottare per avere pace eterna, ma chi resta sempre ricorderà la tua lotta ed il guerriero fiero che era in te.

RIP Giancarlo Molo.

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