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As we grieved the untimely death of Joe Towers in the October 1993 issue, none of us here imagined we would be paying tribute so soon to another young photographer.
On 4 January, Mark Meyer died suddenly of a heart attack while working on a plane in a hangar near his Delaware home. That he died at an airport seems somehow fitting; Mark always was most at home in the air.