May you find comfort in the memories that are yours to cherish always, and strength in the companionship of those who share your loss.
Ray and Vi Taylor (Flower Mound, Texas)
Pat, and Carl and Family are in our thoughts and Prays
Kathy, Cindy and Pam Pierce (Lebanon NH)
Ed was a generous and gentle person, very bright and terribly hard working.
His patience with all students--especialy Ph.D. students--is worth remembering.
That he worked in his university office nearly every Saturday and Sunday is possibly not well known, nor that he and Pat donated their McKownville home to Habitat for Humanity.
Just recently--about two months ago--I came across a citation to one of Ed's published papers (I think his first paper) in Financial Economics (?) published while he
was a graduate student at Chicago in 1959--it was cited in a book on rational economics that I was asked by the public library to review and comment on. While the library session never happened, I did send a note through to Ed telling him of it--and received a reply thanking me for it.
Ed was a great friend for almost 37 years and I was one of many faculty members who received much research guidance from him. I will miss him.
Donald J. Reeb, Ph.D. Economics (retired)
Thinking of Uncle Ed and the entire East Cost Renshaw Family.
Wayne and Cheryl Renshaw (Santa Clara, California)
Our deepest sympathies to Pat, Perry, Andy, Tony and Carl on the loss of your husband and father, Ed. We remember you all so well at the University, McKownville and at the Guilderland schools and the SUNYA swim team. Ed was a great scholar and a very special person. You are all in our thoughts.
Lloyd and Jonna Lininger (Sarasota, Florida)
My deepest condolences go out to all of you. I have many fond memories of the Renshaw family having grown up on Mercer Street. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Lynn Slauson Muztafago (Albany, New York)
as a teacher, you will be missed.
As a person, a friend in a mentor. You will be greatly missed
Robert C. Wilson (Bennington Vermont)
I would like to extend my deepest sympathy to Professor Renshawâ?Ts family. He was a great mentor and a dear friend. We shared a common interest in the stock market (indeed, as a freshman in 1992, I first signed up for his Spring 1993 8 AM Intro Macro class after learning about The Practical Forecastersâ?T Almanac) and we even published a paper together. He always challenged me to be the best and provided excellent guidance for an independent study. I continue to update some of his research and indicators and therefore still benefit from his knowledge and wisdom today.
I will greatly miss him. His family truly is in my thoughts and prayers.
John R. Zak, CPA (Bullville, NY)
Professor Renshaw was a brilliant person and great teacher. I will always remember our in-depth discussions after class.
Johnny LaVigne (former student) (Clifton Park NY)
Professor Renshaw was an outstanding teacher and a caring individual who always had patience with his students and who taught us all to think and question and truely understand economics. I was fortuante to have him in the mid 1970's
My hearfelt sympathy to his family
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