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In Memoriam: Brian Moffatt, Craig Yoder

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Sept. 25, 2013

Brian Moffatt, 38, passed away on Sept. 19 after battling a rare heart ailment over the last couple of years. Moffatt was active in the secure destruction industry for more than a decade as a representative of Lane-Link Group. He presented at several NAID annual conferences over the years and was a highly respected professional in the mergers and acquisitions arena. Those who knew Brian remember him as an intelligent, wise, and respectful young man, as well as for his willingness to help whenever called upon. Moffatt is survived by his wife Dana, his two young boys Jake and Owen, and many loving relatives. An education fund has been established for Moffatt’s children. Click here for more information.

 

 

Craig Yoder, 53, passed away unexpectedly of natural causes on Sept. 2 during a visit to his hometown near Cleveland, Ohio. As the founder and owner of Progressive Document Destruction in Cocoa Beach, Fla., Yoder was a familiar face at NAID events for more than 15 years. He owned a number of other businesses in the Cocoa Beach area as well. Yoder was well known for his appreciation for a good Gurkha cigar and a Stoli martini, and was also famous for his broad smile, infectious laugh and gusto for life. He is survived by his mother, Joan, his fiancée, Anne Bowen, his five brothers, one sister, and a large, extended family.