Wendt, Dr. Hans Werner b. Berlin, July 25, 1923; d. Jan 31, 2019. Age 95. Preceded in death by his first wife, Martha. Survived by his loving second wife, Judith; sons, Alex (Jennifer) and Chris (Amy); daughter, Sandra (Lewis Darrow); and seven grandchildren, Holly, Michael, Max, Danny, Ray, Emma, and Otto. Radioman, POW, and among the last surviving members of the DAK. Studied at the University of Marburg, and later in his day job professor of psychology at Macalester College. Scientist, polymath and free thinker, he thought it was in the unexpected the anomalies that truth could be found. Throughout retirement Hans remained actively engaged in research in several fields, never taking the conventional wisdom for granted. A man lucky in and for his life, each third of which, he knew, was better than the one before.

Published on February 17, 2019

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