Asaf Karagila
I don't have much choice...

Goodbye, Oren.

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I recently heard the news that Oren Kolman passed away a couple of weeks ago.

Some of you may have known him through MathOverflow as "Avshalom" where he often appeared in the comments with generally useful references, and some of you may have known him in real life as a teacher or a colleague, or a student. Some of you may have even knew him as Eoin Coleman.

I met him on the outskirts of Pavilion C in Cambridge when I visited there a couple of months ago, and I immediately recognized him from his old MathOverflow avatar. I told him who I was and he immediately recognized my name. We had a lively chat for the better part of ten minutes, then we had to depart to different directions. That was pretty much my last interaction with him, even online.

Goodbye Oren, you'll be missed.

See also on the ESTS website.

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By orla coleman
(Jan 11 2016, 06:40)

Thank you for reaching out regarding my brother Eoin (Oren). It means a great deal that you took the time to write. Eoin was an intensely private individual but he had found his own version of home at Cambridge.

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