Remembering a Friend: Moe Comeau

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Who was Moe Comeau? Ask the volunteers of the Main Line Macintosh Users Group (MLMUG) or the Macworld User Group volunteers team and you will hear an incredible number of responses: past MLMUG president, founding member, recording secretary, webmaster, photographer, cook and reviewer; Macworld lounge host and show floor guide; Apple User Group Ambassador, teacher and columnist.

Ask the librarians, students, attendees and teachers helped by his computer literacy presentations, and you will hear what an entertaining speaker he was. Mulching trees or planting flowers at the Valley Forge National Historical Park? Yep, he did that as part of the Lockheed Martin employees’ NOVA program. Add in the many readers of his In Moe’s Humble Opinion (IMHO) columns and viewers of “Moe’s Tribute to Steve” and the words funny, smart and giving will surely come up as well.

Still, the word that comes most to mind is friend.

On Saturday, January 25, we lost that friend. Thanks for the many years of good cheer, tireless volunteering and friendship, Moe. You will be greatly missed.

The Apple User Group Advisory Board

Moe’s Curmudgeon Collection

http://www.mlmug.org/galleryintro.html

Main Line Macintosh’s Tribute

http://mlmug.org/index.htm

(Moe’s photo taken from the MLMUG Website)

Macintosh 30th: The Poster Project

In honor of the original Macintosh Development Team, All Planet Studios, the Computer History Museum and Macworld/iWorld announce a celebration of the 30 year anniversary of the Macintosh, held on January 25 at the Flint Center in Cupertino, CA.

Ilene Hoffman reminds the community that community members should send photos and testimonials as part of the accompanying Poster Project – the project provides fans with a chance to be a part of the event, even if they cannot be there!

http://macintosh30th.com/posters/

Want to learn more about the celebration?

https://www.facebook.com/events/171166539759390/184452361764141/?ref=notif&notif_t=plan_mall_activity

(Thanks to Ilene Hoffman, long-time editor of the Macworld Party Page, for this tip.)

http://ilenesmachine.com/partylist.shtml