Steven Vajda, 1901 – 1995
It is a gift of grace to enjoy a long life without suffering the physical horrors of old age and even more so to preserve both a warm heart and a brilliant mind to the end. Those gifts were granted to Professor Steven Vajda who passed away after a short illness on the 10th December 1995.
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