Name:
C. De Francisci
Date:
May 04, 2001
Time:
10:20:58 PM
Comments

I knew Preston only from the early days of his bulletin board and mail postings. He was unfailingly polite, informative, and impressed me enormously as a person of character and genuine feeling for his fellow man. I regret I was never able to meet him in person.

Name:
RW George E. Swick
Date:
February 20, 2001
Time:
03:37:55 PM
Comments

Preston Burner was a great Mason who leaves a big legacy for all to share in.

Name:
toknoww
Date:
February 11, 2001
Time:
06:11:03 PM
Comments

i am glad toknow that their is somewhere i can go to find light

Name:
Geoffrey McHenry
Date:
December 20, 2000
Time:
05:14:35 PM
Comments

This is a great tribute to a great man. I am not a Mason, I was and still am an advisor to he and his family. I agree with all the comments that were said about Preston. I would add one thing, he was a man of conviction. If you asked him to make a decision he gave you an answer very quickly and it normally was futile to try to change his mind.

Name:
John Carter
Date:
December 20, 2000
Time:
04:03:42 PM
Comments

Brethern, Great site! Please keep it going strong. John Carter Burnside #634, KY Harlem #276, GA Valley of Augusta, GA

Name:
Henry M Paulson 33rd
Date:
Thursday, October 12, 2000
Time:
04:54:02 PM
Comments

I have used this site from the start,what a loss, we will all miss his knowledge and his work for the Craft. St Paul Valley of Scottish Rite.

Name:
Henry M Paulson 33rd
Date:
Thursday, October 12, 2000
Time:
04:51:44 PM
Comments

I have used this site from the start,what a loss, we will all miss his knowledge and his work for the Craft. St Paul Valley

Name:
Tony Pope
Date:
Tuesday, October 10, 2000
Time:
03:08:11 AM
Comments

By 1991, Preston's work had spread far beyond the American continent. Researchers in Australia shared the wealth of information he made available, by one of their number in California downloading papers and sending them home on floppy disks. He was a cyber-pioneer, greatly admired downunder, and we are saddened by his loss. Tony Pope South Australian Lodge of Research #216 tonypope@lm.net.au

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