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I first met Jeannette when we both worked at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)outside of Vienna, Austria. She was the chief editor of the Institute after working at the National Academy of Science in Washington, DC. I came to know both Jeanette and Philip very well, visiting them in London, Pennsylvania, and at their home in Washington DC. Jeannette was a wonderful person - a great mother to her two children, and a great partner to her husband. She never ceased to be active in her favorite sport of baseball - both playing and supporting the Washington nationals. She was a voracious reader and enjoyed discussing politics snd topical issues. Jeannette left us too early - she is missed and will be remembered by those who loved her. and knew her.

October 11, 2018
- Robert Tuch Porter

How heartbreaking to lose this wonderful woman—so smart, focused, passionate, wry, and willing to help others. Baseball brought us together but a mutual desire to be productive and involved in life in a meaningful way provided us the excuse for lunching. I was with her when Jayson Werth signed the jersey on her back and it was a joy. It wasn’t a trivial moment although to some it might seem like that—-it was him showing her that her support mattered and for her that meant a lot. My time knowing her was too short, but I am lucky to have known her at all.

October 3, 2018
- Tricia Johnson


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