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Tribute to Oleg Kerensky 1905-84

In his introduction to the memorial service held on 22 August 1984, Canon Trevor Beeson, Rector of St Margarets Church,Westminster, said of Oleg Alexander Kerensky: ‘A great engineer whose ability was exceeded only by his integrity. We salute him as one of the foremost bridge builders of the century and give thanks for the unique combination of vision, energy and technical skill that found expression in his vivid personality. We remember also his magnificent work in the design and construction of roads and in the development of modern transportation and we are challenged by the high standards he achieved and demanded in the profession to which he devoted his life. Bernard Wex