keith dunn gulyas

I’ve mentioned that my cousin Keith was a medical researcher. I never knew what he was working on—he just said “I work with DNA.” My sister Kelly, who is a nurse and understands more about what Keith studied, told me I should Google his name, that I’d be surprised. So I Googled “Keith Gulyas” and now it hits home even harder what a loss it is that he died. About all I understand about proteomics is that it’s the study of proteins produced by an organism during its lifetime. But that’s all I understand.

I’m having a hard time fully grasping that he’s gone. I held him when he was a baby. I babysat him and helped him with his homework. We watched “Stromboli” together—that’s all that was ever on late at night and I think we watched it several times when I was sitting and he just couldn’t sleep. Neither of us understood it.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 05/30/07 at 07:53 PM
  1. Lee,
    Keith’s death has been difficult for me to grasp too.  Keith was the first grand child of Nicholas Gulyas.  I was born a little less than a year later.  I remember visiting our grand parents house in Wyandotte, MI.  Our grandpa Nick would take us for rides in his van.  I remember, too, having a few sleep overs with Wendy at Aunt Joans and Uncle Ron’s house

    I was just sitting here this evening and decided to do a google search on Keith…thinking that I’d pull up his obituary…never imaging that he had so many accomplishments.

    Many blessings,
    Leslie Gulyas Merrell

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  06/14  at  05:47 PM
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