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Bernard Dwork ( 1923 – 1998 )

@inproceedings{Katz1999BernardD,
  title={Bernard Dwork ( 1923 – 1998 )},
  author={Nicholas M. Katz and John Tate},
  year={1999}
}
Bernard Morris Dwork, “Bernie” to those who had the privilege of knowing him, died on May 9, 1998, just weeks short of his seventyfifth birthday. He is survived by his wife of fifty years, Shirley; his three children, Andrew, Deborah, and Cynthia; his four granddaughters; his brothers Julius and Leo; and his sister, Elaine Chanley. We mention family early in this article, both because it was such a fundamental anchor of Bernie’s life and because so many of his mathematical associates found… 
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