We have been overwhelmed by the good wishes and wonderful stories so many of you have shared with us. For us, Doug was a great brother and son, along with being a meticulous pilot, a pioneering engineer, and a giver of time and talent.

Most importantly, thank you for your friendship and generosity at this difficult time. Doug would have wanted all of us to celebrate and embrace the life he lived – he lived it well.

The Bourn Family

Saturday, February 20, 2010

More great photos of Doug.

Doug mentoring a student in the IDEO EE lab. He is fixing a gear-tooth sensor for the fifth or sixth time late into the evening.

Doug reaching up to a game piece that we build to practice on every year. In 2008 the game involved putting these giant 40" diameter exercise balls on top of that frame and Doug is not short by any means.

Doug explaining how an encoder works.

Doug at Gatorbotics Summer Bootcamp. He is showing everyone how to use an oscilloscope and a wave generator and what it means to build low-pass filters.

Doug is the back with his hands up in the air! This is the 2008 team at IDEO the night before the robot ship deadline.

Doug is with Allie May in the competition pit, ready to rock and roll!

posted on behalf of Emily Ma

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