Commemorate

In Memoriam Registry

The Foundation's In Memoriam Registry provides colleagues, friends, and families an opportunity to recognize and honor departed individuals who have served within the cryptologic community during their careers.

From a Gold Bound Book to a Touch Screen Kiosk to a Digital Search via IPad....

Originally, the names of those being honored and those of their sponsor(s) were recorded in calligraphy on a certificate entered in a gold bound registry.

This process was then replaced by a touch-screen In Memoriam kiosk at the Museum. The Registry was also added to the NCF website where photos and more in-depth information the honoree could be included.

Now, in 2022, the kiosk has been replaced with an iPad set to the Commemorate section of the NCF website so that families and friends can view the full In Memoriam entry. See links below to the alphabetical registry listing.

Requirements for Inclusion in the In Memoriam Registry
  • The individual to be honored must have served within the cryptologic community during their career.
  • Also, a total contribution of at least $100 is required to be included in the In Memoriam Registry. Contributions will be gladly accepted for those already included and the donor's name will be added as a sponsor. To donate online, visit our secure tribute donation page or send your donation to the NCF office at 808 Landmark Drive, Suite 223, Glen Burnie, MD 21061.
  • If you would like to submit any comments or memories about the individual you are honoring or anyone else included in the Registry - for inclusion on the website, please send them to webadmin@cryptologicfoundation.org or call our office at 443-795-4498.

Recently Deceased Colleagues & Friends

Please CLICK HERE to learn about our friends and colleagues who have recently passed on. We hope you will consider making a donation in their honor.


Alphabetical listings of In Memoriam Registry honorees.

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