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Yes, apparently it is. He had a heart attack.
I don't know what to say... He was a great guy; I always had pleasant interactions with him. I was amazed at his patience and willingness to work with me on customs especially given my high level of detail. He will be missed.
So what does this mean for the future of PST?
I mean wondering about the future of PST is valid but at this point should probably be the least of one's concerns. The fact that somebody who brought me and others so much enjoyment is suddenly just not here anymore, well it's very upsetting. His DFN profile said he was 40 - way too young. My thoughts are with his friends and family.
while we can't really know the details of this a lot of his recent email updates talked about previous health issues. In spite of that he pushed on and I can't help but wonder if he pushed too hard. I really wish he'd taken a break or just quit altogether. At the least it sounds like he lived pretty fully for dying so young - he built a great company that brought a lot of people joy. Not too many can say that. Hopefully somebody can figure out a way to keep it going but I guess we'll see.
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