Our community mourns the loss of Jens-B. Augustiny

Today I received the following email from Jens-B. Augustiny’s son Herbert:

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

Last Saturday my father, Jens Augustiny died. You are entered in his
address database and because of this you are receiving this sad news. For
details please refer to the attachment.

Since we are not sure whether we can address all friends, business partners
and customers, we ask you to forward this message to other people which had
contact with Jens.

Best regards

Herbert Augustiny

I was deeply saddened by the news of Jen’s passing. My heart felt condolences to the Augustiny family.




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11 thoughts on “Our community mourns the loss of Jens-B. Augustiny”

  1. RIP Jens. He was such a passionate guy. Loved showing off Switzerland. Drove me clear across the country just to spend time together. I know he just ran a SNoUG recently, hopefully with some lasting memories for all.

  2. I would like to repeat here what I said before. RIP und lebe wohl Jens.
    Als Mitglied der deutschsprachigen atnotes Community habe ich viel von Jens und seinem reichen Erfahrungsschatz gelernt.
    You will be greatly missed!

  3. I remember Jens from the very early days of the Lotus world online. A charming man, and a real “do-er”. My condolences to his family.

  4. After almost 10 years of knowing him from the atnotes forum only, I finally had the chance to meet him in person at Connect ’13 where he immediately recognized me although we’ve never met before. I’ll always remember his all-over-the-face-smile when he left the booth after our short and funny talk.
    Farewell Jens, you’ll be missed!

  5. Simply put, one of the nicest guys I have met in the community. My sincere condolences to his family.

  6. Jens was one of the first people I chatted with in the old BP Partner Forum. Always kind words. He was also the first to support me through some medical issues years ago. I am sure that the Swiss chocolate did not hurt. Thoughts and prayers for his entire family.

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