Our colleague, Stan Czamanski, died recently. He was President of the Regional Science Association in 1975-76. He was a professor emeritus of city planning and regional science at Cornell University. Stan was a world expert in economic and industrial development. He served as deputy director of UNDP for Asia, as advisor to a variety of governments, including Iran, Brazil and Canada. He led the preparation of and participated in a multitude of urban and regional development plans. His book on Regional Science Techniques in Practice is considered a classic. He was the first to formulate the concept of competitive industrial complexes.