Tuesday, August 9, 2011

The Center for Ethics mourns the loss of Ray Anderson

The Center for Ethics mourns the loss of Ray Anderson, adored husband, father, founder of Interface, Inc., speaker, “radical industrialist” and author.  Ray Anderson served on the Advisory Council for the Center for Ethics and as a member of the Board of Directors from 2004 - 2008

Q.  As a new board member, what dreams do you have for the Center?

Anderson:  I would hope that the Center for Ethics would be the “leaven in the bread” for the entire institution.   I would hope that the environmental dimension of ethics will also be developed more fully...that we think of all creation ethically, of stewardship, and not just of humankind.  -January 28, 2004 02:35 PM 

(Excerpt from Interview with Ray Anderson for Ethics News & Views –  http://ethics.emory.edu/news/archives/000300.html)

We will keep striving to meet this goal and honor his memory.


 Inspired by Ray Anderson
An Interface Blog Dedicated to Remembering our Chairman and Founder

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