Jon’s joy

I have many memories of Jon that make me smile. Some about his quirkiness, all about his joy and seemingly boundless energy. What I’d like to share now is my remembrance of his joy and focus on what inspires. When I first arrived in Burnaby for a year-and-a-half postdoc at SFU, I stayed in Jon’s garden house while I got oriented. I was always welcome in his house. I remember sitting in his dining room with Richard Crandall one evening. This would have been in 2003 when we were working on continued fractions of Ramanujan and utilizing a parallelization feature

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