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It is an honor to contribute an essay to this issue of the Reformed Review that recognizes Stanley Rock's contributions to Western Theological Seminary as professor of pastoral care and counseling, and to the Reformed Church in America as a General Synod professor of theology. As one privileged to serve with Stan on several committees, I have admired his gifted teaching and scholarly contributions, his sound and compassionate pastoral competence, his passion for justice, and his loyalty to commitments. Stan's presence in meetings always helped create a spirit of caring as well as an awareness of how each person present was connected to the other.
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