We were saddened by the news this week that our colleague John Fontanella, vice president of research at AMR Research, passed away Nov. 30 of a heart attack. I have worked with John for years and found him to have wit, intelligence and grace. For those who knew John, the family has setup
a guestbook to share thoughts and memories.
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