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1. Engelmaier, W., “How to Estimate
Solder Joint Reliability, Part 2,” Global
SMT & Packaging, Vol. 7, No. 10,

In Memorium
October 2007, pp. 64-66.
2. Osterman, M., A. Dasgupta and B.
Han, “A Strain Range Based Model for
Life Assessment of Pb-free SAC Solder
Barry O’Brien
Interconnects,” Proc. 56th ECTC,
May-June 2006, pp. 884-890.
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There is the possibility, given sufficient interest,
that Werner Engelmaier will be giving workshops
Barthring because hy O’Brien e was interested in so many
in Madrid, Spain on November 18 and/or 19,
Aptopics. I will ril 7, 1953 — Smiss Beptearrmby’s witer 20, 2009, intelligence,
2009; for details of the workshops go to www.
stories, and indignation when wrong was
engelmaier.com; for more information about the
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in electronic packaging and interconnection - Vern Emery, Partner, Horizon Sales.
exchange I had with him.”
technology and has published over 200 papers,
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columns, book chapters and White Papers.
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he is the president of Engelmaier Associates,
industry, and they knew they could count on him
to hel
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reliability, manufacturing and processing aspects
con
tions of music and wine during business
tinue moving forward.”
of electronic packaging and interconnection -Dave Trail, Principal, Horizon Sales
travels the last several years. Challenged
technology. He is the chairman of the IPC
“I wwitorkhe qd wuesith Btions on eitarry over the lhaerst 25 yea, he kners, fiw itrst all! I
Main Committee on Product Reliability. The
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TGM-Exner Medal was bestowed on him in and the last 10 years when he represented Juki as part of Horizo
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tainly as a friend.”
ales. Barry served his customer base in the
2009 in Vienna, Austria, he was elected into the
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nd hard work. We at Juki will miss Barry, and send our deepest
condolences to his family.”
—Delia Lara, Midwest Regional
IPC Hall of Fame 2003, and was awarded
that I had the pleasure of knowing. When
- Bob Black, President, Juki
Sales Manager, Indium Corp.
the IPC President’s Award in 1996 and the
I called him, I always looked forward to
IEPS Electronic Packaging Achievement
“Bhearing harry was a gisr Iriseat sahles r voice saepresentya, “O’tive foBr ourien hr McDerrye.” , Sawa and Sayaka products. Mostly, he was a good guy
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Award in 1987. He also was named a Bell
He will be missed by all who knew him.”
that you could talk to about anything because he was interestescd ihn so mool guy — good fany topics. I will mor a laughiss Barry’s w, a grit, eat joke
Telephone Laboratories Distinguished Member
intelligence, s
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n whe
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n wrong was perpetra
or a serious discussion. He w
ted, as well as his empathy and suppo
as an indus
rt when
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of Technical Staff in 1986 and an IMAPS I asked business-related questions or shared struggles. Mostly, I w
treasur
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each exchange I had with him.”
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Fellow in 1996. More information is available at
“Barry was a person that people loved to
-Michelle Ogihara, Sales & Marketing Manager, Seika M
We will
achiner
miss h
y Inc.
im and his humor and good
www.engelmaier.com, and he can be reached at
talk to because they knew he was always
nature. My deepest condolences to Jan and
engelmaier@aol.com.
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dpening in our indusuring business travels the ltrasyt se, and theveral yearsy kne. Chaw thllengeed wy
Kirin.”
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could count on h
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-Delia Lara, Midwest Regional Sales Manager, Indium Corp.
rent with the technology and processes that
Southwest Systems
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—Da
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rail, Principal, Horizon Sales
lences to Jan and Kirin.” years, starting when I was a manufactur-
-Dee Claybrook, President, Southwest Systems
ing engineer with Gould Electronics. We
“I h“I wavore wkoed witrked withh B Baarrrry foy or sover thme 25 yeae lasrs, st 25 ytartiearng ws,
attended many industry events and Barry
hen I was a manufacturing engineer with Gould
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is support and
products wherever I went. Barry was not only a consummate professional, beloved by his colleagues, but also a
t
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s when he
products wherever I went. Barry was not
represented Juki as part of Horizon Sales.
only a consummate professional, beloved
-Tim Benincasa, GoodHouse Consulting
Barry served his customer base in the Ohio
by his colleagues, but also a truly good
“B
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knew him will retain some of his knowledge and humor. I did not kno
and hard work. We at Juki will miss Barry,
—T
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ulting
of the e-mails I have seen over the past years. Prayers to the family. Fair winds and calm seas…”

and send our deepes
-Randall L. Bock
t condolences to his
family.”
“Barry O’Brien: too young, too soon …
—Bob Black, President, Juki
seems like we are losing our best talent.
I hope that the folks who knew him will
“Barry was a great sales representative for
retain some of his knowledge and humor.
our McDry, Sawa and Sayaka products.
I did not know him but feel as if I did
Mostly, he was a good guy and great friend
through some of the e-mails I have seen over
that I have known for 10 years. Barry was
the past years. Prayers to the family. Fair
more than a business associate; he was
winds and calm seas…”
someone that you could talk to about any-
—Randall L. Bock
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