Colleagues, friends, and family members, we are gathered here today to pay tribute to the memory of a remarkable human being: Huntley Schaller. This tribute will take the form of relatively brief personal reflections by people close to Huntley in various ways at various times in his life, beginning with me, Keir Armstrong, and continuing in order with those seated in the front row. In the interests of time, I will leave it to those who follow me at this podium to introduce themselves.