In Memoriam: Robert Jennejahn (1951–2023)

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Robert Jennejahn, a valued contributor to Vein Therapy News. His association with our book spanned several issues, during which he made significant contributions. On the 7th of October this year, Robert passed on at the age of 71.

Robert graduated from the University of Rochester in 1983 with a master’s degree in Chemical Engineering, embarking on a successful career that touched various industries. His expertise expanded from chemical engineering to process control and instrumentation. He also excelled in business development and sales, particularly in DCS, PLC and electrical equipment sectors.

Colleagues and associates remember Robert as a detail-oriented manager, always dedicated to delivering the best possible solutions for every project. His focus on clients’ interests was unwavering, earning him a reputation for reliability and creative problem-solving.

Robert’s career took him around the USA and the world, and his strong technical aptitude, work ethic and ability to understand customers’ needs contributed to the growth of his company.

At this time, we wish to offer our condolences to his family and friends during this difficult time, and acknowledge Robert’s contributions to our publication and the industries he served. Robert Jennejahn’s memory will persist through the impact he had on those he loved and those who had the privilege of working alongside him.
Rest in peace, Robert.

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