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Upon learning of the death of Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist Louis Rosen, former Sen. Pete Domenici called into KRSN AM 1490 Monday.
“First, my sympathies to all of his wonderful relatives that succeeded him, he spoke often of them and of course before his dear wife died he spoke of her often,” Domenici said.
“So I want to say to all of you, I know he contributed greatly to your life but I want you to know that during my 36 years as a U.S. senator I was privileged to have him share a little bit of himself with me, and that was one of the things that made my experience as a U.S. senator worthwhile.
“I have many great memories of conversations that we had together. Over my time in the senate, we shared Cold War stories, what it was like for him to visit the scientists in the old Soviet Union laboratories behind the Iron Curtain.,” Domenici said.
“So it is with great humility and obviously sadness that I say goodbye, it’s a little bit late on my part, but thank you Louie Rosen, Dr. Rosen, for all you’ve done for America, for Los Alamos and for the world and obviously for your family, thank you.”
Rosen’s brother-in-law, Harold E. Terry, expressed his feelings for Rosen in a statement Monday.
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