Remembering Mike Wynne Mike Wynne possessed a rare gift that allowed him to always inspire others to pursue excellence. His combination of problem-solving skills, compassion, energy, and overall knowledge is hard to match. He was a mentor, colleague and friend. He was a role model. Shock and loss do not fully capture ... Article
Article  |   April 01, 2004
Remembering Mike Wynne
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Article   |   April 01, 2004
Remembering Mike Wynne
Perspectives on Hearing Conservation and Occupational Audiology, April 2004, Vol. 10, 3. doi:10.1044/hcoa10.1.3
Perspectives on Hearing Conservation and Occupational Audiology, April 2004, Vol. 10, 3. doi:10.1044/hcoa10.1.3
Mike Wynne possessed a rare gift that allowed him to always inspire others to pursue excellence. His combination of problem-solving skills, compassion, energy, and overall knowledge is hard to match. He was a mentor, colleague and friend. He was a role model.
Shock and loss do not fully capture what some of us experienced when he passed away. Today, I celebrate the impact he had on my life and on the audiology profession. As a thank you to his giving spirit, I will be running the Indianapolis Mini-Marathon on May 8 to raise money, which will be donated to the Transverse Myelitis Association in his memory. Donations can be made directly at www.justgiving.com/PFP/Mikewynne
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