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In Memoriam

New In Memoriam Page
Posted: August 1, 2012

A new In Memoriam page has been created to post announcements of Intelsat colleagues and members of IRA/IRAA who sadly have been lost. The dates of their passing are also published in our bi-annual Re-Intelsat Newsletter.

Scroll down below to view Obituaries/Death Notices by DOD. 

Click Excel listing sorted alphabetically and by date of death (DOD).

If anyone may know details of the passing of our Intelsat friends/colleagues below, please kindly EMail info to info@mhiraa.com:

- Royal Bailey (IOC/Communications Center)

- Hassan Koibla (Operations/Antenna Verification)

- Joe Moore (TVSC)

If you may know of other former colleagues or members who have been lost and whose names do not appear here, it would be greatly appreciated if you may please let us know the details along with any Obituary newspaper announcements if available electronically. Please kindly Email to: info@myiraa.com.


Current Year:


Tom Kombo

14 September 2023
Thomas Kombo

Below post on Kenyan WhatsApp group which was shared by Francis Muthoka via IRAAF Instant Messenger:

It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of Thomas Mulinge Kombo on September 14, 2023, after a courageous fight against cancer. Born to the late Salome Ngendo Kombo and Benard Mulinge Kombo,

Thomas is survived by his devoted wife, Angela, loving sons, Andrew and Mathew, and siblings Sophia Kombo, Monica Njiru, Simon Kombo, Regina Kombo, Theresa Kombo, Anne Kombo, Teckla Kombo, and Agnes Kombo. Further details on his viewing in Baltimore, Maryland, and his homegoing ceremony in Tala, Kenya will be shared in the coming days.

Our hearts are warmed by the overwhelming prayers, love, and support received over the years and particularly during this trying period. For inquiries, please contact: Angela at 240-418-3153 Andrew at 484-478-4610 Mathew at 240-543-3266 Sophia at 484-620-6693


Samat Iskakov

8 September 2023
Samat Iskakov

Below EMail received from Erna Pereira:

Dear Friends,

It is with a heavy heart that I share with you this sad news I received from Yuri. Our dear friend, Samat Iskakov, passed away today, 08 Sep 2023. Samat joined Intelsat in 1997 from Kazakhstan. I will always remember his kind smile and genuine friendship. At the moment, I don’t have much detail regarding his funeral service. If you would like to offer your support in any way, please feel free to reply to this email and I will pass your message his family.

I can’t seem to put my thoughts together this evening. I am grateful if would kindly forward my email to Samat’s many other friends that I can’t think of just now.


Michael Barker

24 June 2023
Michael Barker

Dear relatives, friends and colleagues, It is with much sorrow that I have to tell you that Michael passed away on the 24th June.

After much care from our local hospice and a long battle with cancer he died peacefully at home with daughter Sally and I by his side.

He achieved so much in his 80 years (being married to me for 60 of those years bless him that took some doing) for which I am forever grateful.

From joining the Royal Navy at 15 years old on 6th May 1958 training as a radio operator that involved Manual Morse, Flashing Light, Semaphore, Teleprinter and Voice Communications basic principles involved in manoeuvring ships at sea how many even know what skills these were, to discharge on 14th March 1970.

After leaving the ocean he turned to the sky to Satellite Tracking starting off with RCA in the UK then joining Intelsat as station Manager spending 8 years in France and 4 years in Australia. The highlight of his career being involved with the recovery of a satellite by Endeavour Space Shuttle, NASA and Intelsat on a successful historic mission. Motto — The power of teamwork knows no limits -

After early retirement we went on to owning a hotel for 8 years on our lovely Isle of Wight before the dreaded C descended and now nearly 20 years of on and off battles and many cruises in between it finally won.

So, myself, children Paul and Sally son in law John, grandchildren Zoe and Thomas and his pride andjoy great grandson Harry will say goodbye to a dearly loved kind and gentle man whose aim in life was to make people laugh albeit with an extremely dry sense of humour. We will cherish his memory and remember the times we laughed till we cried and could speak no more. The service will be conducted at St James Church, East Cowes on 27th July with a private cremation to follow.

Messages to Michael can be sent to me for Zoe to write on labels which will be attached with blue ribbon to Michael's casket. Flowers will be family only but if you wish, donations for Mountbatten Hospice can be sent to: Geoff Leather Funeral Directors details email: geoff@geoffleather.co.uk


Anna Maria Cantarella


10 June 2023
Anna Maria Cantarella (spouse of Paolo Cantarella)

On Saturday, June 10, 2023 of N. Potomac, MD. Beloved wife of Gian Paolo Cantarella; loving mother of Francesca Cantarella (Alexander Dickey), Claudia Saddler (David), and Sergio Cantarella (Elwin Jones III). She is also survived by five grandchildren, Gabriella, Alessandra, Joseph, Brandon (Caitlyn) and Kyle; and a great-grandchild, Witten. Friends may call at Our Lady of Visitation, 14139 Seneca Road, Darnestown, MD 20874 on Thursday, June 15, 2023, from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., with Mass of Christian Burial at 10 a.m. Inurnment at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Silver Spring, MD.

Please sign the online guest book at:  www.DeVolFuneralHome.com

Published by The Washington Post on Jun. 11, 2023.


Mike Robusto

27 May 2023
Mike Robusto

With deep sadness, I announce the passing of my husband Michael by Donna Augustyn (Facebook 5-31-23)

He was a loving father, a fun grandfather, he was a source of much joy in our marriage, and a brilliant engineer.

Michael J. Robusto – Professional Life
After graduating in 1969 from Archbishop Curley High School in Baltimore, Maryland, Michael became interested in the satellite communications industry as a co-op engineering student with COMSAT (Communications Satellite Corporation) while attending Drexel University. After graduation from Drexel, he joined Intelsat as a young engineer working in its International Systems Division in Washington D.C.

Michael was actively involved in transitioning the satellite industry to the digital age of communications in the 1990’s including one of his many notable contributions being the development of performance and quality standards for satellite communications that are still referenced to this day by both satellite operators and ground system equipment manufacturers. He also published multiple technical papers in the International Journal of Satellite Communications.

Michael was recognized as an excellent engineer but, maybe more importantly, as a person and manager who truly cared for and supported his staff, and as someone who was direct, open, and honest. He did not lack for a sense of humor as he worked to nurture a positive working environment that included the occasional “team building” social gatherings in and around his office.

After leaving Intelsat, Michael moved to Colorado Springs, CO and continued his career as an independent contractor and satellite communications consultant to the US Government. He retired in 2014.

Gratitude to Friedrich Luz, Brian Henderson, Martin Brown, for their teamwork in compiling Michael’s professional profile.

I and my family are working through our grief. I won’t respond here, but if you wish to connect, please message me.
In lieu of flowers please make a donation to https://www.alzinfo.org


Terry McLain

2 April 2023
Terry McLain

Received sad news from Deborah McLain to announce the recent passing of her loving husband,Terry McLain, on 2 April 2023, after battling a host of maladies which he trooped along with for quite some time. He is now unencumbered, free of the challenges, and probably hanging out with several of his good Air Traffic Control buddies up above. Photo of Terry and his son and grandkids.







D.K. Sachdev

4 February 2023
D.K. Sachdev

Regret to advise of the passing of D.K. Sachdev yesterday.  Herewith below is the announcement received from his family:

With profound sadness, we inform you that our father Dharmendra Kumar (DK) Sachdev, born January 27, 1935 in Delhi, India, passed away peacefully on February 4, 2023 in Plainsboro, New Jersey. He spent his last days surrounded by his loving immediate family.

Our father was happily married for 58 years to our wonderful mother Usha Sachdev nee Kapur (194-2017) and missed her greatly after her passing. They were devoted parents to Abita Sachdev Nanda and her husband Basant Nanda, Amit Sachdev and his wife Sharmila Sachdev, and Subir Sachdev and his wife Usha Pasi. Papa felt great joy and cherished spending time with his 7 grandchildren, Monisha, Menaka, Nina, Anya, Shaila, Rohun and Rahul.

We remember our father to be a loving, hard working and disciplined person. he was an advocate for our education throughout our childhood and enjoyed spending time with us especially when traveling. our parents were elated as each grandchild was welcomed into the family. Without their resilience and dedication, our family would not be what it is today. We will always be grateful for their love and support.

Our father made significant contributions to technology and education, and was recognized for his professional achievements in India, and in the United States.

He received and undergraduate degree at the University of Allahabad in 1953, and a Master of Science in Electrical Communication Engineering from the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore in 1956.

In Bangalore, he managed research and development at Indian Telephone Industries, including th development of India's first indigenous satellite antenna. For this work he received the Vikam Sarabhai Award from the Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad in 1976.

After moving to the United States with his family, he held various positions at Intelsat, Washington D.C. from 1978-1996. He led engineering management for Intelsat spacecraft including the Intelsat Seven and Eight series. It was during this period that he provided the engineering support for NASA's successful 1994 recovery of the stranded Intelsat 603 satellite by the Space Shuttle.

After retiring from Intelsat in 1996, he joined Worldspace, where he headed engineering and Operations and established their two regions of operation in Africa and Asia. Worldspace is now part of XM Satellite Radio. He assembled a full engineering team for XM and obtained two US patents.

In 2003, he received the Arthur C. Clarke Innovator's Award "for designing and implementing the world's first audio broadcasting satellite". (Subsequent recipients of this award include Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and Fabiola Gianotti)

He ran his own private company, Spacetel Consultancy LLC, since 2000.

In 2009, he was inducted in the Hall of Fame of the Space &^ Satellite Professionals International.

He enjoyed teaching and was an adjunct professor at George Mason University between 2000 and 2020, where he taught graduate classes on systems engineering for telecommunications (see his profle in the GMU newsletter)

He authored Business Strategies in Satellite Systems, and he edited two other books - Recent successful Satellite Systems and .Visions for the Future, and Success Stories in Satellite Systems.

May he rest in peace. Our father will live in our hearts and our memories forever, and we will miss him dearly - especially when we gather as a family. A memorial service will be held at Ruby Memorial, 2050 Rt. 130, North Brunswick, NJ 08902 on Saturday February 11 at 11:30 AM. Livestream link is available on the Ruby Memorial web page.


Anne Johnston

10 January 2023
Anne Johnston (spouse of Cliff Johnston)

Received sad news from Cliff Johnston to announce the peaceful passing of his beloved wife of 56 years, Anne.  In accordance with her wishes, her body was donated for medical research. A memoriam will be held for close family members when her ashes will be returned from the research facility.

Wanida Schaefer

7 January 2023
Wanida Schaefer (spouse of Eric Schaefer)

Sad news received from Eric Schaefer to announce the peaceful passing of his wife, Wanida, in her sleep last Saturday, 7th January.  She will be cremated and no public ceremony is planned.  Wanida is also survived by her son, Tom, and several members of her family in Thailand.

Theresa Hall

<19 December 2022
Theresa Hall (surviving spouse of Charlie Hall)

12-19-22:  Received sad news from Scott Hall to announce the recent passing of his mother, Theresa, surviving spouse of Charlie Hall who predeceased her in 2011.

<21 October 2022
Betty Camann (surviving spouse of Robert Camann)
Mary Dicks (surviving spouse of Jack Dicks)

10-21-22:  Received sad news from Intelsat that Betty Camann, surviving spouse of Robert Camann (predeceased 2007) and Mary Dicks, surviving spouse of Jack Dicks, are deceased.  No other info available.

13 October 2022
Frank Urbanic (spouse of Kathie Urbanic)


Frank Urbanic

Received sad news from Kathie Urbanic of the passing of her husband Frank yesterday just two weeks short of 59 years of marriage. No other information available at this time.

26 September 2022
Patricia Troutman (surviving spouse of Paul Troutman)


Patricia Troutman

Patricia Ann Troutman, June 25, 1933 – September 26, 2022

The oldest child of Helen Boyd and Ollie Roach, “Patsy” grew up with her little brother “Billy” in Indiana, enjoying the outdoors and many family pets.  After graduating from Indiana University, she married Paul E Troutman in August 1956. They settled in Fairfax, VA in the early 60’s, where she resided until her death.

Pat was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother. She is survived by her two children, Pamela (Mrs. Bruce Langwiser} and Patrick (Jean Titus), as well as her granddaughters, Leanne and Robyn Troutman.  She led an active life, playing tennis, bowling, bridge, and traveling throughout the world with her husband, friends, and family. Pat was also invested in antiques. For years her treasures could be found at the Emporium in Frederick, MD.

Throughout her life, Pat was attuned to the wonders of nature.  Her backyard became a sanctuary for birds, squirrels, deer, and many other creatures.  She thrilled at finding a wildflower in an unexpected location, many times transplanting a start to brighten her own personal nature center.

Pat maintained a positive outlook and brought joy to all those she met.  Her celebration of life with be October 22 at 10 am, at Calvary Hill Baptist Church, 9301 Little River Turnpike, Fairfax. In lieu of flowers, please donate to The American Cancer Society or any local nature center of your choice.

12 September 2022
Michael Irrera


Michael E. Irrera

Michael J. Irrera, of Duxbury, MA, passed away suddenly on Monday, September 12, 2022. He was born in upstate New York, son of John and Carole (Quinto) Irrera of Cairo, NY. He met his loving wife, Larissa (Starosielski) Irrera, in Western Massachusetts and together they traveled the world, settling in Duxbury, MA with their beautiful daughter, Siena. Mike also leaves his sister Michelle Busch (Richard) of Round Top, NY, their children Joshua and Tiana, his father and mother in-law Pavel and Darlene Starosielski, and his brother in-law Eric Starosielski (Amita) of Milford, NJ, their children Eeshan and Anika, and many loved aunts, an uncle, cousins, and friends.

Mike grew up across several New England states and then graduated from the University of Connecticut and worked in the technology field, becoming an expert in data management and warehousing. During his life he pursued many passions. Mike loved being Siena’s dad. He was proud of the little girl and the young adult she has become and enjoyed playing basketball with her, cooking together, playing family games, and watching her grow and develop as a talented figure skater.

He became an avid photographer, capturing special moments with Larissa and Siena and their precious family pets. He loved traveling which started with a school trip to Germany and then led to many other destinations, exploring this country and others with family and friends. Any trip, from camping in Vermont to Costa Rica, was sure to be unique, staying in the most interesting places and creating amazing memories.

Mike had a passion for learning; he wanted to know everything he could about many topics. He was a lifelong Buffalo Bills fan and celebrated their recent win surrounded by his family. Mike also had a talent and love for music and a love for the outdoors, especially the Adirondacks. Most of all, Mike was happiest creating amazing food for his friends and family. He will live on in all our hearts and will be forever missed.

Visiting hours will be held on Saturday, September 24, 2022 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. with a memorial service to take place at 12:00 p.m. at the MacDonald Funeral Home, 1755 Ocean Street in Marshfield. In lieu of flowers, donations in Michael's onor may be made to support a fund for his daugther, Siena, online at https://www.gofundme/f/MikeIrrera

For online guest book,drvigin directions and other helpful information please visit the website macdonalfuneralhome.com

link to the obituary of Mike

xx August 2022
Peter Balling


Peter Balling

Received news of the recent passing of Peter Balling earlier this month in Denmark. A funeral was held in Copenhagen on August 12th. Peter's wife, Mona, predeceased him and he is survived by his daughter, Louise, and a newborn grandson, Felix. Peter used to work in the R&D group at Intelsat in the early 80s.

15 July 2022
Paul Tan


Paul Pikgie Tan

Sad news rcvd from Uko Tan, son of Paul Pikgie Tan, to announce the passing of his father "on July 5th, at the age of 88, quietly at home in Banten, Indonesia in the mid afternoon after drinking a cup of tea. He has been cremated and his ashes are now at sea, as per his wishes. He is resting in the arms of our Lord Jesus Christ."

6 June 2022
Susan Goldstein (surviving spouse of Irving Goldstein)


Susan Goldsten

Susan Wallack Goldstein was born in August 1940 and died peacefully at home on June 6, 2022 after successfully battling ovarian cancer for 17 years. Unlike many who have cancer, Susan did not let the disease define her. On the contrary, she and her partner Ivan Wolff, traveled, went to museums and the theater, and generally made the cancer treatments fit into her life, rather than the other way round.

Susan began her career in a traditional way, becoming a 5th grade teacher in the Northern Virginia school system, following her then-husband Irving Goldstein to Washington, DC after graduating from Queens College.

In mid-life Susan decided to pursue her dream – acting – and spent time in both DC and NYC in plays and a cabaret show. She was a talented singer and actor, with an excellent sense of comic timing.

Susan was profoundly loving and loyal to her family and those close to her, but Lord help you if you got in her way while exiting or entering any public transportation - subway or bus.

Susan is survived by her two daughters from her marriage to Irving Goldstein who passed away in 2000, Betsy Goldstein and her husband Gudmundur Audunsson, and Jill Goldstein and her husband Todd Wernstrom.

She is also survived by Ivan Wolff whom she met in 2003, and six grandchildren – Betsy’s children Isak, Kolmar and Valur and Jill’s children Hugo, Ingrid, and Liv.

A memorial service will be held at 5:00 PM on Monday, June 13th, 2022 at Riverside Chapel, Broadway and 77th Street, NYC.  Donations to an ovarian cancer charity [For example: giving.msk.org] wold be greatly appreciated.

link to the obituary of Susan

3 June 2022
Yulie Wexler


Yuli Wexler

Sad news to announce the passing of Yuli Wexler on 3 June 2022 from complications following a massive heart attacked he suffered on Thu., 12 May.

Here are details for the funeral below from Yuli's dear wife Martha:

Dear Friends,

The funeral for Yuli Wexler will be held at 2 pm on Tuesday, June 7th Graveside at Judean Gardens 16225 Batchellors Forest Rd, Olney, MD 20832

There will be a shiva minyan at 7 pm on Tuesday, June 7th, at the Wexler home — 5912 Wilmett Rd., Bethesda, MD  20817

The family will be receiving guests at their home on Wednesday, June 8th from 3-5 pm and Thursday, June 9th from 3-5 pm.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Yuli’s name may be made to HIAS.

I thank you all again for your kind words of support and comfort.


Here is a link to a remembrance of Yuli by Scott Simon of NPR.

Here is a link to obituary.

24 March 2022
Pat Surman


Pat Surman

Neighbor and close friend, Susan Flashman, announced that Pat was rushed to the hospital after a fall in her home, where it was soon determined that she fractured her hip.  As she was under stress and experiencing discomfort, pain medication was administered to her but sadly, she apparently succumbed to kidney and heart failure prior to going into surgery.  She just turned 91 on March 11.

Pat was a kind and compassionate cat rescuer who lovingly cared for several felines in her home.  She also generously bequeathed her body for science to Georgetown School of Medicine.  A celebration of life for Pat will be held in Moutn Rainier in the near future.

25 February 2022
Catherine Syron


Catherine Mary Syron

On February 25th, 2022, Catherine left us, after having
bravely fought her illness, with courage and positivity, for the
last year and a half.

She leaves behind her beloved son, Dylan, who was the centre of her life. She will be sadly missed by her mother Anne, sister Judy, brother-in-law Paul and her many friends all over the world.

Catherine had a special aura which drew people to her. She exuded calm and peacefulness. She was non-judgemental and always managed to see the good in a person or situation, helped by her great sense of humour.

She managed a career in telecommunications among other specialities, and promoted women in science and engineering. After her first diagnosis she put her energy into helping others and became a registered yoga teacher, later offering classes to cancer survivors.

She had a great love of nature and embraced all things spiritual. She loved to travel and was always curious about the world and people around her, as shown by the amount of books she collected covering every subject imaginable. Catherine always gave generously of her time and wisdom. She loved learning, and was part way through her Pilates Teacher Training, showing her determination to keep embracing life and new opportunities.

She was thankful for her amazing life and excited and hopeful for her next adventure.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to INOVA Life With Cancer by selecting on the link under "Donations" below.

Click HERE to link of obituary.

3 February 2022
Svend Aagesen


Svend Aagesen

Learned of the passing of Svend Aagesen on 3 February 2022. Jean-Paul Berges is taking care of cremation on behalf of Svend's twin sister, Margit, who lives in Denmark.  There will be a Celebration of Life in March when Margit will visit Tahoe.

Click HERE to link of obituary.




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