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Gary Kaiser

January 20, 1938 - May 30, 2021

U.S. Veteran

Posted by:
Annette Roberts

Posted on:
June 14, 2021

Dutch, such a wonderful man. I worked at Morpho with him for 9 years. He was knowledgeable and down to earth with a great sense of humor. He would hold you spellbound with his stories but he was also a good listener. He and his wife Katie opened their home to this Texas girl and I loved visiting with them. We have lost a real gentleman and my heart goes out to his family. He will be greatly missed.

Posted by:
Yvonne Fann

Posted on:
June 14, 2021

Dutch was the technical trainer at Morpho in the early days. Back then we all spent two weeks with him as part of our new-hire training. I stayed in touch with him and Katie after he left the company. If I was feeling down on life, a chat with Dutch never failed to lift my spirits. He was the same old, wonderful, interested in everything, story-telling Dutch up to the end. I will miss him.

Posted by:
Walt Scott

Posted on:
June 12, 2021

I worked with Dutch for about 10 years at Morpho in Tacoma while he was the company's technical trainer for field engineers. He was well liked and his training was very much appreciated by the field engineers. He was always thinking ahead, very logical, and had plenty of common sense. We all missed him when he left the company, and he was never successfully replaced. All the memories of Dutch I have are positive. Dutch was a great person to know, and to work with.

Posted by:
Jodi Schmidt

Posted on:
June 12, 2021

Dutch was my father-in-law. Such a brilliant man. He always had many intellectual pursuits going on. After his stroke, many years ago, he persevered and regained most of his abilities. He lived a life that he chose without apology. I admired him very much. I also loved him ?

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