It is with great sadness that we report the passing on 12 December 2020 of Richard (“Dick”) L. Warren, our esteemed colleague, advisor, teacher, and friend who for five decades anchored the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research's (LTRR) archaeological dating program. Countless archaeologists, dendrochronologists, anthropologists, climatologists, geologists, historians, and students benefitted from his breadth of experience, unmatched skill, high professional standards, astounding productivity, patience, and good humor. He was always willing to expand his responsibilities in enlarging the scope of dendroarchaeological theory, method, and applications in both the laboratory and the field. Faculty, staff, students, and visitors were enlightened by his readiness to describe and demonstrate the activities encompassed by LTRR's wide-ranging activities. It would be impossible to exaggerate his contributions to the education of students and scholars in the complexities of tree-ring analysis. His equal likely will not soon be seen again....

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