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It is with the deepest sadness that I must report the passing of our dear friend and colleague, Diana Andry Fulbright, 75, on November 24, 2017, peacefully in her sleep at her home near Richmond, Virginia.
Our sincerest thanks to Bryan Walsh for informing us the next morning.
He is survived by Mary Whanger, his wife of 63 years and a noted Shroud scholar in her own right.
He was best known for applying a polarized light overlay technique to compare the Shroud image to images on ancient artworks and coins.
In fact, ten years ago, to celebrate our 30th anniversary, I created a special tribute video that was shown at the 2008 Columbus, Ohio Shroud Conference.
Even sadder, since I produced that video, several more team members have passed, so their names are not included in the memorial at the end of the tribute.
In the afternoon and evening of the 10th they will have the opportunity to visit the Shroud and then continue on to Rome.
The exhibition will not be open to the general public.
Her passing leaves a void that will not be easily filled and she will be sorely missed by all that knew her.