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The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church
December 17, 2015
Welcome to
The Remembrance of the Resu...
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New Patients This Year
or Not Previously
Listed
The Reme...
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Nikolaj Aspidov
2012
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James J. Baglivo
Back in the early 1990s, science fictio...
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Deborah Lynn Cheek
Deborah was born in Logan, West Virgi...
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Nadezhda Gusejnova
2013
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Jane Haiko
2013
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“Cupcake”
Cupcake is a Shi-Tzu born in the early Spring ...
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Du Hong
Du is a neurocryopreservation member and was Alc...
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KrioRus Private Patients, First Name Only
Alfred 2003
An...
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Matheryn Naovaratpong
A little girl from Thailand strick...
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Dr. Laurence O. Pilgeram
A cryopreservation member of Al...
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Mrs. Pugliese was a hardship case who deanimated in Dece...
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Mother of Alcor Member Ron Selkovich, Rose Plasetsky was...
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Ron became an Alcor member back in 1995. Since that time...
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In Memoriam
In Memoriam
Friends and Family of the
Church...
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In Memoriam
Gloria Avis Owen Gunther
Beloved mother of D...
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In Memoriam
With beloved memories from
David Wiseberg
He...
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In Memoriam
Oblikova (2013)
Oblikova’s son started cryon...
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In Memoriam
Andrey Saharov (2015)
Andrey cryopreserved h...
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In Memoriam
Susan F. VanDeRee
Susan passed away with her...
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In Memoriam
Susan M. "Sue" VanDeRee
the family business ...
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In Memoriam
Mikhail Voronin (2012)
Mikhail was a long-ti...
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In Memoriam
Estel Wiseberg
With beloved memories from
Da...
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Cryonics Patients
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Dr. James H. Bedford
The first person frozen under contr...
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Chihiro Asaumi
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Margaret Bradshaw
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John was one of the pioneers in cryonics, joining the Cr...
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Joseph G. Cannon and Theresa M. Cannon
Born in Wisconsin...
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Fred Chamberlain II
Fred Jr. was the father of Fred Cham...
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With his wife Linda, Fred incorporated Alcor in 1972, an...
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Lyubov Chernaya
Lyubov was a therapist and the loving mo...
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John Connole
John Connole was a member of the Cryonics I...
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Dr. Eugene T. Donovan
Gene was a psychiatrist. He had al...
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Wesley du Charme
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Viola Rose Dufault
Viola is the grandmother of CI Member...
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Dr. John Erfurt
With CI Member Andrea Foot, Dr. Erfurt e...
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Elaine Ettinger
She was Robert Ettinger's first wife and...
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Mae Ettinger
She was Robert Ettinger's second wife and b...
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Rhea Chaloff Ettinger
Loving mother of Robert Ettinger, ...
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Robert Chester Wilson Ettinger
Robert was an American ac...
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Lidiya Fedorenko
Lidiya was a teacher of mathematics in ...
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Hal Finney
Loving husband of Fran Finney, Hal was recent...
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FM-2030 (Fereidoun M. Esfandiary)
A prominent futurist a...
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Dr. Andrea Foote
With CI Member John (“Jack”) Erfurt, Dr...
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Helmer Fredriksson
Helmer was the husband of CI Director...
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Arlene Frances Fried
From: "Her Blue Eyes Will Sparkle" ...
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Michael Louis Friedman
Michael was an Alcor Suspension M...
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James Gallagher
Jim was a software developer from Sunset...
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Paul Garfield
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Jim Glennie
As time passed, the idea of cryonics began t...
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Gregory Grapski
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Hugh Hart
Hugh was a Phi Beta Kappa who had taught mathe...
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David Hayes
David was one of the original founders of Su...
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Curtis Henderson
Curtis graduated from Pennsylvania Mili...
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James Hourihan
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Richard Clair Jones "Dick Clair"
Richard Clair Jones was...
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Larisa Karpuk
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Dora Kent
The mother of longtime cryonics activist and s...
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Lyudmila Kiseleva
Loving mother of Margaret Kiseleva.
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Sergej Kucherenko
Sergej was a worker in Kirovograd, Ukr...
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Edward W. Kuhrt
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Jerry D.
Leaf
Jerry Leaf was born in Artesia, California...
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Alexey Lomzhev
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Dr. Richard Marsh
Richard (“Dick”) Marsh was a director ...
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John Monts
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Dr. Thomas Munson
Dr. Munson was a psychiatrist who prac...
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Darius Nelson
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William O'Rights
Bill legally changed his name in 2002 t...
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Stanislaw Penksa
Stanley, or "Stash" as his parents call...
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Henrietta Popper
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William Reeves
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Orville Richardson
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Anita Riskin
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Mary Robbins
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Dennis Ross
Alcor Member Dennis Ross served as CEO of bo...
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Walter Runkel
Walt Runkel was one of the four founding M...
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Valentina Samykina
Valentina was a loving mother.
She wo...
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Nadezhda Sannikova
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Rocco (Roy) Schiavello
Mrs. Costa's brother, Rocco ("Roy...
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Paul E. Segall
Paul Segall was an early cryonics activis...
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Svetlana Grigorievna Semenova
Svetlana, loving mother of...
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Sylvia Sinclair
Sylvia Sinclair was the wife of the pion...
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James H. Stevenson
James “Jim” Stevenson, Ph.D., worked ...
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Kim Suozzi
Kim was a nineteen-year-old sophomore studyin...
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Peter Toma
Peter Toma, Ph.D., was born in Doboz, Hungary...
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Yuliya Vertelets'ka
Yuliya was born on April 6th 1990 in...
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Olga Visheva
Olga was the wife of the famous blind Russi...
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Jerry White
Jerry White was one of the founding Members ...
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Eleanor Williams
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Patricia Luna Wilson
Patricia Luna Wilson, better known ...
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Kira Yurasova
Kira was the grandmother of Danila Andreev...
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Jackson “Jack” Zinn
Jack was a California lawyer with a ...
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Leonard Zubkoff
At the time of his untimely demise and c...
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Ekaterina Zykova
2015
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The 2015 spiritual service dedicated to cryonics patients in cryostasis in different organizations across the globe. The service remembers the people who were cryopreserved with a hope for their eventual resurrection.

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The remembrance of the resurrectables (2015) (1)

  1. 1. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church December 17, 2015 Welcome to The Remembrance of the Resurrectables service at The Church of Perpetual Life. Tonight we remember and honor our family of all cryonics patients and others who have passed. The cryonics patients had the foresight to sign up for crypreservation so that one day in the future they might be resurrected and come back to life. Many of the cryonics patients name’s are still private at this time. In Perpetual Peace, Prosperity, Health & Longevity Neal VanDeRee, Officiator The Remembrance of the Resurrectables
  2. 2. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church New Patients This Year or Not Previously Listed The Remembrance of the Resurrectables
  3. 3. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Nikolaj Aspidov 2012
  4. 4. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church James J. Baglivo Back in the early 1990s, science fiction writer Charles Platt persuaded Omni Magazine to sponsor an “Immortality Contest,” the winner of which would receive a cryopreservation from Alcor free of charge. The winner, Jim Baglivo, was a man in his early twenties who had recently been severely injured in an auto accident and didn’t expect to live long. In is winning essay he said, “…I look forward to the future. … I will bring with me hope; hope for my future and hope for all the world. I will also bring love and understanding, the two most important things I can bring.” Jim may have lived longer than he thought he would but time finally caught up with him and he became Alcor’s 140th patient in August 2015.
  5. 5. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Deborah Lynn Cheek Deborah was born in Logan, West Virginia, on 6-9- 1953. She was raised in Ypsilanti, Michigan. She is the mother of Shannon Blevins.
  6. 6. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Nadezhda Gusejnova 2013
  7. 7. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Jane Haiko 2013
  8. 8. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church “Cupcake” Cupcake is a Shi-Tzu born in the early Spring of 2000, beloved pet of Matthew Deutsch. She lived a comfortable life until the onset of congestive heart failure at the age of 13. At 14, she was admitted to Oregon Cryonics, where she was euthanized and very adequately vitrified with a generously donated supply of M22 on May 6th, 2014. “I wuv my little fluffle-snuff and I still miss her.”
  9. 9. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Du Hong Du is a neurocryopreservation member and was Alcor’s first patient from China. Du Hong was born in Chongqing, China and became well-known as a writer of books for children and as an editor of science fiction. One of the books she edited was a science fiction trilogy, The Three-Body Problem, which was themed around cryonics. While undergoing treatment for pancreatic cancer she discovered cryonics and realized that it was a real-world option.
  10. 10. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church KrioRus Private Patients, First Name Only Alfred 2003 Anton 2010 Antonio 2013 Elena 2013 Emanuel 2012 Galina 2013 Johan 2009 Ksenija 2010 Lidija 2014 Ljubov 2009 Ljuceta 2012 Ljudmila 2014 Maria 2013 Mihail 2015 Mihoko 2014 Nikolaj 2010 Nikolaj 2012 Olga 2012 Petros 2015 Serge 2015 Sjuzanna 2011 Svetlana 2013 Tatjana 2007 Tatjana 2011 Tatjana 2015 Valerij 2012 Vladimir 2014 Vladimir 2015 Zoja 2011
  11. 11. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Matheryn Naovaratpong A little girl from Thailand stricken with brain cancer, Matheryn was 2, almost 3, when she became the youngest cryopatient to date in January 2015.
  12. 12. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Dr. Laurence O. Pilgeram A cryopreservation member of Alcor since 1991, Laurence was involved in cryonics early on. He gave a talk at the 1971 Cryonics Conference in San Francisco, California, on “Abnormal in-Vitro Oxidation and Lypogenesis Induced by Plasma in Patients with Thrombosis.” Dr. Pilgeram was awarded his PhD in Biochemistry at the University of California at Berkeley in 1953. He worked at the University of Illinois College of Medicine, the University of Minnesota School of Medicine, and the Baylor College of Medicine.
  13. 13. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Mrs. Pugliese was a hardship case who deanimated in December 2013 without cryonics arrangements or funding. Her son, Ron Putirka, had her brain preserved in fixative and raised funds through the Society for Venturism and she became an Alcor patient in July 2014. (She is shown with Ron Putirka’s dog, Benje, who is a pet cryopatient at Alcor.) Elizabeth Pugliese
  14. 14. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Mother of Alcor Member Ron Selkovich, Rose Plasetsky was born in Russia in May 1906, emigrated to England, and married Mark Selkovitch in March 1933. She was cryopreserved at Alcor in March 2008 at nearly age 102, the oldest person so far to undergo the procedure. Mariette (Rose) Selkovitch
  15. 15. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Ron became an Alcor member back in 1995. Since that time, he saw not only his mother be cryopreserved, but also his wife just three months prior. His mother Rose was the oldest person to be cryopreserved, at nearly 102 years old in 2008. He was a retired engineer who worked with computers. He was born in London in 1934 and cryopreserved as Alcor’s 141st patient in August 2015. Ronald Selkovitch
  16. 16. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church In Memoriam In Memoriam Friends and Family of the Church, Not Cryopreserved
  17. 17. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church In Memoriam Gloria Avis Owen Gunther Beloved mother of Debra Gunther Faloon, and Christine and Glenn. She was born on 6-30-1925 in Chicago, then moved to Brooklyn, NY. Gloria was only 46 years old when she suffered and succumbed to cancer. She was a Girl Scout leader & wonderful cheerful health conscious woman whom we could have saved in today's time. She died on her 26th wedding anniversary on 6-3-1972 and coincidentally her husband, Harold Edward Gunther, 26 years later died on that same day in 1998. Too young and gone too soon to be suspended.
  18. 18. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church In Memoriam With beloved memories from David Wiseberg Herma Jacobs
  19. 19. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church In Memoriam Oblikova (2013) Oblikova’s son started cryonics arrangements and wanted to cryopreserve her when she died. Unfortunately his father (her husband) intervened and managed to get his son institutionalized. Despite KrioRus’ legal and media efforts we could not prevent the burial and could not get the son to be released.
  20. 20. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church In Memoriam Andrey Saharov (2015) Andrey cryopreserved his father, but died himself several years later. His mother promptly buried him and KrioRus only learned about this when she demanded the body of her cryopreserved husband for burial. Her requests were ignored.
  21. 21. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church In Memoriam Susan F. VanDeRee Susan passed away with her family by her side in Venice, Florida shortly after cancer was discovered. She was predeceased by her husband George and daughter Paula. She is survived by six children: Kathleen, Mark, Ned, Neal, Dave and Beth. She graduated Nursing School at St Mary's. School of Nursing in New Jersey as an RN. Susan married and settled in north New Jersey and in 1970 resettled in Venice, Florida. People who knew her often said that she was generous in spirit, fun, kind, and spiritually fearless. Susan was a devout Catholic and member of The Epiphany Church for 45 years. She was a member of the Epiphany Prayer Circle for over 35 years and a Hospice volunteer. She was a wonderful mother, Grandmother, Great-Grandmother, wife, and a good friend of many. She is greatly missed.
  22. 22. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church In Memoriam Susan M. "Sue" VanDeRee the family business Triple Trouble Charter Fishing for 29 years, and established VanDeree & Sons Home Watch Service and Property Management. Preceded in death by her mother Virginia Ponder Higel and her brother Douglas Oatman, Susan is survived by Ned, her loving husband of 28 years, sons Richard Jackson, and Samuel Jackson and his wife Rebecca. Sue was devoted to her family, a loving mother, proud “Nana,” and cherished friend. She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her. Susan passed away after a brief illness of a very rare cancer which surrounded her heart on October 2, 2015 with her loving family by her side. She was a notary public, managed
  23. 23. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church In Memoriam Mikhail Voronin (2012) Mikhail was a long-time supporter of life- extension and a member of the Fedorov society. He was signed up for cryonics with KrioRus. His former wife (he was divorced) illegally got control over his body after he died and despite KrioRus’ legal and media efforts managed to have him cremated.
  24. 24. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church In Memoriam Estel Wiseberg With beloved memories from David Wiseberg Aaron Wiseberg Joyce Wiseberg
  25. 25. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Cryonics Patients
  26. 26. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Dr. James H. Bedford The first person frozen under controlled conditions for possible later revival, Dr. Bedford was a serious man of pleasant disposition, who made many friends. In 1966 the 73-year-old retired professor became the first person to make advance arrangements for cryopreservation, which was carried out the following January by the Cryonics Society of California. After years of private storage by relatives he was transferred to Trans Time in the 1970s and now is at Alcor. “Don’t be afraid to wear overalls,” the practical-minded psychology professor would tell his students. “Dr. Jim” knew many honors, wrote books on vocational guidance, taught for years in California schools, and undertook several wilderness expeditions.
  27. 27. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Chihiro Asaumi
  28. 28. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Margaret Bradshaw
  29. 29. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church John was one of the pioneers in cryonics, joining the Cryonics Society of New York in the 1960s. John later joined the Cryonics Institute. From 1996 he edited the journals of the Immortalist Society (THE IMMORTALIST and LONG LIFE). He assisted with moving ten cryonics patients from Cryospan in California to CI in Michigan. John became CI's 120th patient in January 2014. John was the very first CI Member to sign-up for Suspended Animation, Inc. service, and SA ensured that John received good patient care. John Bull
  30. 30. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Joseph G. Cannon and Theresa M. Cannon Born in Wisconsin in 1915, Joseph George Cannon studied engineering in college and became a licensed consulting engineer in the early 1940s. Around mid-1945 he married Theresa (Terry) Mackey who would be his wife of many years. Terry was born in Michigan in 1916 and was an elementary-school speech correctionist by profession. Joe boasted that in 39 years of marriage they never had an argument, though they did have disagreements. The Cannons purchased property in Florida and started spending their winters there, returning to their home in Wisconsin for the warmer months. Joe and Terry had a longtime interest in cryonics which culminated in their cryopreservations at Alcor as an unusual married couple who both have exercised that option.
  31. 31. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Fred Chamberlain II Fred Jr. was the father of Fred Chamberlain III who with his wife Linda founded Alcor in 1972. Born in Berkeley, California in 1897, he soon moved to Plainfield, New Jersey. He entered Brown University (Providence, RI) in 1914 but left during World War I to enlist in the U. S. Army. He married Elizabeth Morecock in 1928. For a number of years Fred Jr. renovated and operated a farm in Keswick, Virginia and lived at several residences in that state. In 1968 he lost his wife to a sudden coronary and moved to California. Now past seventy, he became interested in the fledgling cryonics movement along with his son, Fred III. Alcor was started and Fred Jr. contributed funding for the related, sister organization, Manrise, that was instrumental in his cryopreservation which occurred July 16, 1976.
  32. 32. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church With his wife Linda, Fred incorporated Alcor in 1972, and was cryopreserved on March 22, 2012. Among his many talents, Fred wrote inspiring poetry and loved to play the guitar and keyboard. An accomplished engineer, he was the first to standardize a scientific cryo-preservation protocol, built the first perfusion equipment himself, and put it all into a manual so others could duplicate this work. He was a pioneer in evolving cryonics out of the mortuary. Fred is still part of all of us in the Terasem Collective Consciousness and we will continue to enjoy his warm creativity again soon. Fred Chamberlain III
  33. 33. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Lyubov Chernaya Lyubov was a therapist and the loving mother of Valeriya Udalova, the director of "KrioRus."
  34. 34. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church John Connole John Connole was a member of the Cryonics Institute since 1991. John was at one time the Contracts Officer for CI (the person who verifies that member contracts are completed). John worked in the aerospace industry before he retired.
  35. 35. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Dr. Eugene T. Donovan Gene was a psychiatrist. He had always wished for immortality. He believed that science and medicine would someday provide for it but he also believed that it would never be within his personal reach until he found out about cryonics. Cyndi Donovan said "Gene was dying. Gene wanted to be suspended and Gene needed to die with what I called a "dream in his pocket." So we decided that night to do everything possible to make that dream come true."
  36. 36. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Wesley du Charme
  37. 37. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Viola Rose Dufault Viola is the grandmother of CI Member Kevin Boyle. She appeared on television interviews with Kevin in response to journalist interest in Kevin’s dog Thor's cryopreservation and became a CI Member herself. She attended the 2006 Annual General Meeting at the Cryonics Institute with her grandson Kevin where she was thrilled to meet and have several friendly conversations with Robert Ettinger throughout the weekend. Viola Rose Dufault was born in Haverhill, Massachusetts on January 9, 1919. During most of her working career she was an office manager for various Boston area companies. Viola was a very outgoing person, she enjoyed travelling and made friends easily. She was also a voracious reader.
  38. 38. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Dr. John Erfurt With CI Member Andrea Foot, Dr. Erfurt established the “Wellness Outreach at Work Program” at the University of Michigan, which included regular blood pressure checks at automakers. In their honor, the University of Michigan School of Social Work established the “Andrea Foote-Jack Erfurt Scholarship.” The CI storage and operations facility is named the Erfurt-Runkel Building in honor of John (“Jack”) Erfurt and Walter Runkel.
  39. 39. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Elaine Ettinger She was Robert Ettinger's first wife and mother of Robert Ettinger’s two children David (born 1951) and Shelley (born 1954). Elaine became the second patient of the Cryonics Institute in 1987.
  40. 40. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Mae Ettinger She was Robert Ettinger's second wife and became the 34th patient of the Cryonics Institute on March 23, 2000. Robert Ettinger described the day of her death as the worst day of his life, despite his World War II battle-field injuries which earned him a Purple Heart.
  41. 41. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Rhea Chaloff Ettinger Loving mother of Robert Ettinger, who became the first patient of the Cryonics Institute in 1977.
  42. 42. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Robert Chester Wilson Ettinger Robert was an American academic, known as "the father of cryonics" because of the impact of his 1962 book The Prospect of Immortality. The book said that future technological advances could be used to bring people back to life. He is considered by some a pioneer transhumanist on the basis of his 1972 book Man into Superman. Ettinger founded the Cryonics Institute and the related Immortalist Society. Ettinger became an "overnight” media celebrity with many published articles and television appearances and radio programs in which he promoted the idea of human cryopreservation. Since the commercial publication of The Prospect of Immortality, all those active in cryonics today can trace their involvement, directly or indirectly, to the publication of one or both of Ettinger's books.
  43. 43. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Lidiya Fedorenko Lidiya was a teacher of mathematics in St. Petersburg, Russia. She loved life. There were her friends, family and, of course, all the former math students she had taught over the decades. “She wanted to extend her life by another 200 to 300 years,” her son Daniil Fedorenko said. Her last wish was eventual resurrection.
  44. 44. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Hal Finney Loving husband of Fran Finney, Hal was recently renowned as "Bitcoin’s Earliest Adopter." In 2009 he received the very first bitcoin transaction from Satoshi Nakamoto. He was long known as a renowned cryptographer, programmer, an avowed libertarian and well-known figure within the cyberpunks. Finney created the first so-called “cyberpunk remailer,” a piece of software that would receive encrypted email and bounce messages to their destinations to prevent anyone from identifying the sender, presaging the anonymity software Tor. He also became the first coder to work with Phil Zimmermann on Pretty Good Privacy or PGP, the first freely available strong crypto tool, and designed the software’s “web-of-trust” model of verifying PGP users’ identities.
  45. 45. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church FM-2030 (Fereidoun M. Esfandiary) A prominent futurist author and longtime cryonicist, FM-2030 became an Alcor patient in July 2000. In the 1960s he gained prominence for three novels, The Day of Sacrifice, The Beggar, and Identity Card. In the 1970s he started a popular series of books about the future which came to include Optimism 1, Up-Wingers, Telespheres, Are You a Transhuman?, and finally, Countdown to Immortality. He changed his name to FM-2030 hoping to remain active to the year he would celebrate his 100th birthday. He had a strongly positive view of life and the future. In the introduction of Up-Wingers he summarizes this feeling. “My regret is that I am not optimistic enough. It is not possible to project the fantastic worlds which will continue to open up to us in the coming years. Worlds which far transcend my most daring optimism.”
  46. 46. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Dr. Andrea Foote With CI Member John (“Jack”) Erfurt, Dr. Foote established the “Wellness Outreach at Work Program” at the University of Michigan, which included regular blood pressure checks at automakers. In their honor, the University of Michigan School of Social Work established the “Andrea Foote-Jack Erfurt Scholarship”. Andrea was briefly President of the Cryonics Institute before contracting cancer and being cryopreserved at CI in 1995.
  47. 47. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Helmer Fredriksson Helmer was the husband of CI Director Marta Sandberg. He and Marta traveled from Australia to Michigan when Helmer became seriously ill, and established a standby team in an apartment near the Cryonics Institute. Helmer became the Cryonics Institute’s 14th patient on December 16, 1994.
  48. 48. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Arlene Frances Fried From: "Her Blue Eyes Will Sparkle" by Linda Chamberlain “Arlene's blue eyes sparkled as she told the hospice nurse, "I feel wonderful!" Her voice was weak. It trembled as she continued.” “My mother was quite a character, a great role model in many ways, and a woman who became a strong cryonics convert in the last few months of her life.” “We'd made a promise long ago, to meet again in the future at the most elegant lounge on the moons of Saturn, overlooking the rings, and to toast the old days: the struggle to survive. It will become a centennial event: meeting to share travelers' tales. And being there, together, I know Arlene's blue eyes will sparkle as we toast to success and to being together again!”
  49. 49. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Michael Louis Friedman Michael was an Alcor Suspension Member since 1987. An attorney, Michael was gunned down in a Los Angeles law library, slain by a disgruntled client he hardly knew. The client, 62-year-old James Sinclair, had a grudge against the police for alleged misconduct, and also a history of mental problems. The 38-year-old Friedman had agreed to take his case when another attorney dropped it after being threatened. Still trying to familiarize himself and photocopying some documents, Friedman was shot.
  50. 50. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church James Gallagher Jim was a software developer from Sunset Beach, California. Jim was a libertarian; he felt that the concept of government was inherently flawed. As he put it: "Since there will always be people that cheat, steal, pillage, maim and murder, we are told, society requires institutions that cheat, steal, pillage, maim and murder to protect us from those people." A self-described Air Force brat, Jim served an enlistment of three years in the US Army and got out in 1962, before he could be sent to Viet Nam. He lived in Nicaragua and later the Bahamas before returning to California. He was CryoCare's first patient to be suspended.
  51. 51. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Paul Garfield
  52. 52. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Jim Glennie As time passed, the idea of cryonics began to appeal to Jim. He had always had faith in science, and wanted to see the future and experience the rewards it could bring. When he discovered he had a life-threatening illness, he had no further doubts. He completed the necessary paperwork and became an Alcor member. Jim lived in Colorado where he was a hydrogeologist; he specialized in mapping groundwater. Jim and his remarkable wife, Mary Margaret (Carin Idun), had chosen to fight Jim's illness with every possible resource. In the end there was only one choice left: To cryopreserve himself in the hope that he would be revived in a future when his illness could be cured.
  53. 53. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Gregory Grapski
  54. 54. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Hugh Hart Hugh was a Phi Beta Kappa who had taught mathematics for 16 years. Although He died at the age of 75 in 2002, he was still working fulltime as a counselor for a pension fund. Hugh, who had never married, left his entire estate to the Cryonics Institute. Hugh lived alone and, unfortunately, died on a Friday in his apartment, and was not found until the following Monday.
  55. 55. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church David Hayes David was one of the original founders of Suspended Animation, Inc., and was a long time member of Alcor. Due to David's youthful age of 46, his clinical death was referred to the Palm Beach County Medical Examiner's office. Through legal counsel, Alcor was successful in negotiating with the courts to allow for a virtual autopsy to be performed in place of the typically more invasive procedure. After a CT scan was performed and the medical examiner was satisfied with the results, they agreed to release the body to Suspended Animation, who was working on Alcor's behalf.
  56. 56. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Curtis Henderson Curtis graduated from Pennsylvania Military College and Temple University law school. He passed the New York bar exam. He was a co-founder of The Cryonics Society of New York (CSNY) along with Saul Kent, James Sutton, and a designer named Karl Werner. At the organizational meeting, Karl Werner coined the word "cryonics.” Curtis soon became the President. Curtis and Saul Kent spent October 1966 touring the United States to assist in the consolidation of the nascent cryonics movement. On October 2 they attended a meeting in Oak Park, Michigan which led to the formation of the Cryonics Society of Michigan, with Robert Ettinger as President. On October 14 they attended a meeting in Woodland Hills, California where it was agreed to incorporate the Cryonics Society of California (CSC), with Robert Nelson as President. The following January, CSC cryopreserved the first person, Dr. James Bedford.
  57. 57. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church James Hourihan
  58. 58. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Richard Clair Jones "Dick Clair" Richard Clair Jones was born in San Francisco in 1931. He served in the military for two years, 1955-57, and by the early ’60s was active in his chosen profession, entertainment. Using the stage name Dick Clair, he and his partner, Jenna McMahon, performed dozens of husband-and-wife comedy skits on the Ed Sullivan show and other television programs, but his greatest success was in writing scripts and producing shows. The comedy team of Clair and McMahon won three Emmys for the Carol Burnett show and created the TV sitcoms “Facts of Life,” “It’s a Living,” “Mama’s Family,” and “Flo.” Jones’s involvement in cryonics started early, around 1965, when he read The Prospect of Immortality by Robert Ettinger. Dick Jones, who became an AIDS patient, was cryopreserved by Alcor in 1988.
  59. 59. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Larisa Karpuk
  60. 60. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Dora Kent The mother of longtime cryonics activist and supporter Saul Kent, Dora Kent was born in Poland in 1904 of a Jewish background and emigrated to the United States in 1922 along with her parents, Samuel and Sarah (Lev) Rothbort and an older sister, Mollie. Dora’s husband, William Kent, died in 1940 when Saul, their only child, was less than a year old, so Saul had no memory of his father and his mother did not remarry. Saul remembers this: “My mother was both mother and father to me, and she was very devoted to me. She brought me up by herself. She stayed in the house and worked as a dressmaker at home. It wasn’t until I was about fourteen or fifteen that she went out and got a job. My mother really believed in being independent and having as much freedom as possible— and I learned a lot of the way I am today from my mother.”
  61. 61. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Lyudmila Kiseleva Loving mother of Margaret Kiseleva.
  62. 62. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Sergej Kucherenko Sergej was a worker in Kirovograd, Ukraine.
  63. 63. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Edward W. Kuhrt
  64. 64. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Jerry D. Leaf Jerry Leaf was born in Artesia, California, close to Los Angeles, and spent much of his life in that vicinity. Jerry’s wartime experiences helped orient him toward an unusual career in trying to extend human life. In 1966 he heard a lecture on cryonics, was intrigued, and started corresponding with cryonics groups. In time he would become an instructor in thoracic surgery, coauthor over 25 papers from the UCLA laboratory, and set up a program for the cryogenic storage of heart valves and arteries for transplantation into children. Meanwhile he became active in cryonics and would direct some landmark experiments at Alcor in the 1980s to demonstrate recovery of funtion after initial stages of cryopreservation, using animal models. A heart attack led to his cryopreservation at Alcor in 1991. Cryonics benefited greatly while he was active, achieving a new level of technical sophistication and respect.
  65. 65. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Alexey Lomzhev
  66. 66. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Dr. Richard Marsh Richard (“Dick”) Marsh was a director of the Bay Area Cryonics Society (which became the American Cryonics Society). He was a Professor of Broadcast Communication Arts at San Francisco State University for 24 years before he retired. Richard was one of the ten American Cryonics Society patients shipped from Cryospan in California to the Cryonics Institute in April 2004.
  67. 67. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church John Monts
  68. 68. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Dr. Thomas Munson Dr. Munson was a psychiatrist who practiced Gestalt Therapy, and who became the Primary Medical Director for Alcor during the early years of that organization. Dr. Munson had been interested in cryonics almost from the beginning of the movement as a member of Ev Cooper’s Life Extension Society (a proto-cryonics organization which disbanded in the 1970s). Dr. Munson was cryopreserved by Alcor in 2003.
  69. 69. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Darius Nelson
  70. 70. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church William O'Rights Bill legally changed his name in 2002 to William Constitution O'Rights (Bill O'Rights, name at birth: Billie Joe Bonsall). He described himself as an "extreme libertarian." Bill joined the Cryonics Institute in June 2000 and completed his CI paperwork in July 2008. Bill was a lifetime member of the Immortality Institute (ImmInst), which he joined in August 2002. He made nearly ten thousand postings to ImmInst forums. Ben Best said "I respected his intelligence and his determined fight against death. Bill is a man who relentlessly questions and distrusts authority, thinking for himself. He clung to life with every fiber of his being."
  71. 71. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Stanislaw Penksa Stanley, or "Stash" as his parents called him was born on April 13, 1896. His parents came to the United States in 1890, hailing from Novytarg, Poland. Contracting was Stanley's most enduring profession, continuing for about forty years. But there were others along the way. It's hard to tell what drew Stanley to cryonics, but it also sparked a great interest. He received Cryonics magazine for many years before deciding to go further, but then he signed up quickly and wanted to know what else he could do. Everyone we saw spoke well of Stanley and considered him a pillar of the community. Many newspaper clippings detail his donations to various local civic organizations, including the hospital and fire department.
  72. 72. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Henrietta Popper
  73. 73. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church William Reeves
  74. 74. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Orville Richardson
  75. 75. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Anita Riskin
  76. 76. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Mary Robbins
  77. 77. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Dennis Ross Alcor Member Dennis Ross served as CEO of both an insulating materials corporation and a crisis center, both of which became very successful under his leadership. He was also active politically as a "pro-business, pro- capitalist Democrat." He served as deputy chief of staff for the Florida Governor in 1980, and later as Florida deputy finance director for both of Bill Clinton's presidential campaigns.
  78. 78. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Walter Runkel Walt Runkel was one of the four founding Members of the Cryonics Institute. He was technical Director of a TV network studio in Detroit. He was a hands-on person, good with tools, who helped with the construction and outfitting of the original CI facility. He owned an apple orchard and developed a new sub-species of apple, the “Runkel apple.” The CI storage and operations facility is named the Erfurt-Runkel Building in honor of Jack Erfurt and Walter Runkel.
  79. 79. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Valentina Samykina Valentina was a loving mother. She worked as a civil servant in Moscow, Russia.
  80. 80. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Nadezhda Sannikova
  81. 81. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Rocco (Roy) Schiavello Mrs. Costa's brother, Rocco ("Roy") Schiavello, a 30-year-old computer programmer, teacher, and amateur astronomer, had been operated on for a deep-seated oligodendrocytoma on 20 June. He experienced cardiac arrest approximately 48 hours afterward without ever regaining consciousness. Prior to his operation, Roy had secured a promise from his family that if he did not survive the operation, he should be placed into cryonic suspension. According to Mrs. Costa, Roy had often talked about cryonics and had always said he wanted to be frozen, whenever discussions about death or methods of disposition came up in conversation.
  82. 82. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Paul E. Segall Paul Segall was an early cryonics activist in the New York City area, doing volunteer work with Curtis Henderson for the Cryonics Society of New York in the 1960s while pursuing a career in the biological sciences. In 1971 he relocated to the University of California, Berkeley to complete his doctoral dissertation, under the noted aging researcher Paola Timiras. Paul also became active in the Bay Area cryonics organization Trans Time, where he directed a well-publicized series of experiments with hamsters to demonstrate recovery of function in mammals after cardiac arrest and partial freezing, and gained further publicity with Segall’s dog, Miles, who was cooled to near the ice point and then revived. In 1990 Segall and associates formed the biotech company BioTime. Paul Segall deanimated in 2003 and was cryopreserved at Trans Time.
  83. 83. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Svetlana Grigorievna Semenova Svetlana, loving mother of Anastasia Gacheva, was the head of the Fedorov movement in Russia. She was a distinguished literary critic and philosopher with many works in the intellectual revolution. The movement does not recognize death, separation, or any limits from the benefit of the human genius. Svetlana wrote the first monograph on Rasputin.
  84. 84. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Sylvia Sinclair Sylvia Sinclair was the wife of the pioneer British Cryonicist Alan Sinclair. Sylvia had for many years assisted her husband in the establishment of cryonics capabilities in England. In May 2013 Silvia became the first patient to be perfused in the UK with CI’s vitrification solution, and then shipped in dry ice to the Cryonics Institute.
  85. 85. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church James H. Stevenson James “Jim” Stevenson, Ph.D., worked for NASA for 35 years in the Human Systems Integration division. Jim was blind, a libertarian, and a long-time advocate of cryonics. A few years ago he had this to say about his work: “I am an experimental psychologist. I am also blind. My work has applications for sighted as well as blind people. It involves representing mathematics, graphs, statistics, statistical structures what we call stochastic processes and Markov chains in multiple variables in each of those and representing them as sound. So they are tone encoded sonic representations of complex data structures.”
  86. 86. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Kim Suozzi Kim was a nineteen-year-old sophomore studying psychology at Truman State College in Kirksville, Missouri when she took a cognitive science course. There she read Kurzweil’s The Age of Spiritual Machines, “really liked it, found it really compelling.” She became interested in transhumanism, artificial intelligence, and cryonics, though like many young, healthy people she didn’t focus much on her own mortality. Two years later she suddenly started having odd headaches. A checkup produced a grim diagnosis: she had glioblastoma multiforme, an aggressive form of brain cancer with a poor cure rate. Her funds were very limited. She turned to the Internet. Her case was widely publicized and donations were collected through the Society for Venturism. With that and other sources of funding she was cryopreserved at Alcor in January 2013.
  87. 87. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Peter Toma Peter Toma, Ph.D., was born in Doboz, Hungary, in 1924. Peter immigrated to the United States in 1952. His first professional job was in 1954 at the California Institute of Technology’s physics lab in Pasadena. Since Peter spoke several languages, the inspiration came to use new computer technology for translation. Eventually, Peter’s machine language translation programs developed into a suite of software called Systran. Systran has performed extensive work for many government agencies and countless Universities and Fortune 500 companies. The advent of the Internet led Alta Vista, and eventually Yahoo, to use his software to run the web based application known as BabelFish. It allowed for instant crossplatform language translation.
  88. 88. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Yuliya Vertelets'ka Yuliya was born on April 6th 1990 in Shyshaky, Poltava region, Ukraine. She spent her senior year studying at Williston High School, Florida, USA, winning the Future Leaders Exchange Program. Afterwards she went to study to Prague, Czech Republic, where she received her bachelor's degree in International Business, Faculty of International Relations of the University of Economics, Prague. She was fluent in English, Ukrainian, Russian, German, Spanish, Czech and also studied French. She sang well and played the piano since she was 6 years old. Her hobbies were sports, dancing and photography. Her life motto was "Never, never, never give up and you will make a difference".
  89. 89. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Olga Visheva Olga was the wife of the famous blind Russian philosopher-immortalist Igor Vladimirovich Vishev. They lived in Chelyabinsk, Russia. The Vishevs signed cryopreservation contracts after scrupulous research of the whole field. It came to be the natural and logical manifestation of Igor Vishev’s and Olga Aleksandrovna’s beliefs. Igor Vladimirovich became blind when he was 14 years old, after an accident. He met his wife when he was a student at university. She became his eyes, and, for life, his "other half.”
  90. 90. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Jerry White Jerry White was one of the founding Members of the American Cryonics Society as well as of Trans Time, Inc. He worked as a software designer on many NASA projects. He was cryopreserved in 1994 at the age of 55 after many months of suffering from complications of the AIDS virus. Jerry was one of the ten American Cryonics Society patients shipped from Cryospan in California to the Cryonics Institute in April 2004.
  91. 91. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Eleanor Williams
  92. 92. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Patricia Luna Wilson Patricia Luna Wilson, better known as Luna Wilson, was the daughter of immortalist writer and organizer Robert Anton Wilson and poet Arlen Riley Wilson. Luna was a pacifist, a vegetarian and lover of people and animals. On October 2, 1976, while working at a clothing store, she was beaten to death in an apparent robbery. Her brain was cryopreserved by the Bay Area Cryonics Society (later American Cryonics Society).
  93. 93. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Kira Yurasova Kira was the grandmother of Danila Andreevich Medvedev, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of KrioRus.
  94. 94. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Jackson “Jack” Zinn Jack was a California lawyer with a long history of cryonics membership. Jack has had cryonics arrangements with the American Cryonics Society (of which he was once President), Trans Time, Alcor and most recently CI. He even tried to start his own cryonics organization (the International Cryonics Foundation). He involved himself in a number of cryonics-related legal cases, such as the fight to establish the legal right to cryonics in California. Jack may be most recently remembered for the "High Rollers" conferences that he organized in Laughlin, Nevada, in the late 1990s.
  95. 95. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Leonard Zubkoff At the time of his untimely demise and cryopreservation in 2002, the 44- year-old Leonard Zubkoff lived in Crystal Bay, Nevada. World-renowned for his expertise in computer architecture and operating systems, he was also an entrepreneur who had become wealthy. He trained to be a helicopter pilot and was close to receiving his license. On August 29 he was flying over a lake with an experienced instructor, in the Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness near Ketchikan, Alaska. For reasons unknown the copter took a flip-dive into the cold water, landing upside down; the two aboard were casualties mainly by drowning. His cryopreservation was brain- only, after a mandatory autopsy in Anchorage before his remains were released by the medical examiner and transported to Alcor in Arizona.
  96. 96. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church Ekaterina Zykova 2015
  97. 97. The Church of Perpetual Life, A Science Based Supplemental Church More than 330 total souls The Remembrance of the Resurrectables Tonight we also also remember those other members of our cryonics family whose names are still private. We pray that they too, and everyone else that becomes cryonically suspended, will someday be resurrected and brought back to life with future technology. ChurchofPerpetualLife.org www.perpetual.life

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