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Posted on 22 January 2018

OR Society

Goodbye to Ruth Kaufman

This month we have to say goodbye to Ruth Kaufman, OBE, FORS, FIMA, CSCI, after two highly eventful - and for those on the General council - fun-packed years.

Of course, she will still be around as Past-President for the next year, to no doubt whip us into action and pass on her knowledge to John Hopes, who moves up from President-elect to President. This month is also Louise’s last regular contribution under the banner of Y2OR. We have thoroughly enjoyed every one of her fifty plus articles. We are also having to say goodbye to Gill who has served the OR Society well for more than 43 years. The office will not be the same without her.