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Who is Geoph Kozeny?

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 Because of his extensive travels visiting over 350 Intentional Communities, Geoph may be considered the most widely-known kozeny_geoph.jpgcommunitarian. Some notable communitarians are best known for their media exposure or their works (publications, founding communities, workshops, etc.). Geoph would be better known for his works if he hadn’t been so busy forming so many direct, face-to-face, up-close and personal connections with communitarians in so many intentional communities. For decades, Geoph broke bread with thousands of communitarians – one community at a time. His relaxed, comfortable style, and gentle sense of humor made him a most welcome guest at many a table.

Geoph continued to embrace new opportunities to grow community through networking, until his death by pancreatic cancer, at home, in his sleep, the afternoon of October 22, 2007. Geoph is remembered in a memorial article by Laird Schaub. 

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Sources: FIC Community BookstoreIC.org Wiki

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Recommended Reading: Best of Communities: XV. The Peripatetic Communitarian – The Best of Geoph KozenyCommunities Magazine #80/81– Vision and LeadershipCommunities Magazine #82– Women in CommunityCommunities Magazine #83– Celebration of CommunityCommunities Magazine #84– Growing Up in CommunityCommunities Magazine #86– Nurturing Our PotentialCommunities Magazine #88– Intentional Communities and CultsCommunities Magazine #89– Growing Older in CommunityCommunities Magazine #90– Diversity and Homogeneity in CommunityCommunities Magazine #91– EcovillagesCommunities Magazine #92– Christian CommunitiesCommunities Magazine #93– Celebrating Arts and CreativityCommunities Magazine #94– Making a LivingCommunities Magazine #95– Sustainable Building and DesignCommunities Magazine #96– Breaking Bread in CommunityCommunities Magazine #97– 25th Anniversary IssueCommunities Magazine #98– Values, Vision, and MoneyCommunities Magazine #100– Political Activism in CommunityCommunities Magazine #102– Health and HealingCommunities Magazine #103– Walden Two CommunitiesCommunities Magazine #104– Conflict and ConnectionCommunities Magazine #105– Transition and ChangeCommunities Magazine #106– CohousingCommunities Magazine #108– Learning in CommunitiesCommunities Magazine #109– Decision Making in CommunityCommunities Magazine #110– Student Housing Co-opsCommunities Magazine #111– Creating Magic CultureCommunities Magazine #112– Multigenerational CommunityCommunities Magazine #113– Communication and ProcessCommunities Magazine #115– The Heart of SustainabilityCommunities Magazine #116– Can We Afford to Live in CommunityCommunities Magazine #117– Ecovillages, Communities Magazine #118– Lovers in CommunityCommunities Magazine #121– Thriving in CommunityCommunities Magazine #122– Community Seeker GuideCommunities Magazine #123– A Day in the LifeCommunities Magazine #124– Spiritual CommunityCommunities Magazine #126– The Arts in CommunityCommunities Magazine #127– The Face of CohousingCommunities Magazine #128– Resolving Conflict in CommunityCommunities Magazine #129– Urban Communities and EcovillagesCommunities Magazine #130– Peak Oil and SustainabilityCommunities Magazine #130– Peak Oil and SustainabilityCommunities Magazine #131– Good Works in CommunityCommunities Magazine #134– Temporary CommunityCommunities Magazine #135– What Do You EatCommunities Magazine #136– Is Beauty ImportantCommunities Magazine #137– Communities Making a DifferenceIC.org Wiki Entry