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Dedication Ceremony of the Rigby Fossil Collection

Meenu Garg • DATE: October 2, 2012

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On Friday 28 September 2012, the fossil collection of the late Dr. J. Keith Rigby Jr. was dedicated at the Jordan Hall Museum of Biodiversity. The blessing was performed by Father Terrence Ehrman and the ceremony was attended by faculty, friends, and members of the Rigby family. Pictured here are Keith's wife, Sue (bottom left) and three of his daughters (Dana, Hilary, and Rachel). Keith's collection was collected over his life and is now preserved for future generations to study and learn from.

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