My contemplations of the 37 years that have elapsed since first setting foot in Morningside Heights as a freshman Engineer focus a clear image in my mind of former Professor of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, Professor Morton Klein. I took pretty much every undergraduate course that Professor Klein taught. I remember vividly Professor Klein’s little orange Probability and Statistical Inference text book that he co-wrote with Professor Cyrus Derman, a staple in the IEOR Department for many years. In addition, Professor Klein was my faculty advisor as both an undergraduate and graduate student. My first Wall Street job was the direct result of an introduction and recommendation that Professor Klein made on my behalf. Professor Klein invited me back to campus frequently over the next twenty years to spend time and share my experiences with his undergraduate students, for whom he tirelessly and unceasingly advocated. On the occasion of this sesquicentennial of the founding of SEAS, you are remembered, Professor Klein. Thank you!