Morten died today, I wish to remember his life.
Morten and I met while in college at SUNY Binghamton in late 1979. He was an exchange student from Denmark who was living in the same dormitory suite as my childhood friend, Michael Moran. Morten had a very engaging personality, very smart with a quick whit. We grew to be close friends. Although Morten went back to his home, Denmark, after one year in the United States, we stayed in touch. In fact I felt closer to him than most of my friends who lived in the United States.
Morten made a positive impact on this world in many ways. He impressed upon me the importance of voting. I did not vote until his influence swayed me. If one Google s “Morten Sadolin”, he shows up as a co developer of “CityBike.” I can go on and on about Morten’s many accomplishments and the true life long friendships he made. He was a loyal and loving partner to his wife, Bonnie, as well as a loving and caring father to his three children, Emelia, Victor and Sophia.
Morten, Rest in Peace. You will live on in the lives of those who love you.
Paul L. Caputo, DDS3490 E Lake Rd S Suite A