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Charles Nunn
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Charles Christopher Nunn born in Kent, England, March 7, 1938; died in Leduc County, December 15, 2012 from chronic lymphocytic leukemia . Charles died in his home and in the care of his loving family: wife Robin Hedley-Smith and daughters Tessa, Kate and Natasha Nunn. Charles will also be dearly missed by Clive and Sue Nunn and their family (brother), Jake & Brodie Gerritse and Caleb & Liam Soligo (grandsons), Adriaan Gerritse and Scott Hayes (sons-in-law), and the many friends and students whose lives he touched with his great mind and generous heart. Charles’ body will be cremated and a memorial gathering held in the Spring to celebrate his life. Donations can be made in lieu of flowers to the Cross Cancer Institute (http://albertacancer.ca/cnunn), a place that provided Charles and Robin with great compassion for the past three years. The family is grateful to all those who helped care for Charles, especially Dr. Ruth Bogoch and Dr. Loree Larratt.


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Charles Nunn
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12/22/2012Robin, please accept my deepest sympathy. I fondly recall taking History of Economic Thought with Charles in about 1969; a class of three of us with animated discussions and Charles riveting us with wonderful insights while smoking Gitanes. Charles had a quiet grace about him, and he will be missed. Ernie JacobsonErnie Jacobson
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