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Old 28 February 2021, 06:37   #24
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Originally Posted by eXeler0 View Post
The developer Martin McKenzie is easy enough to find on LinkedIn (just add the words CAD / BIM manager to your search) and funnily enough he lists the Imagine freelance development on his page dated as 1997-Present ;-)
Who knows, maybe he can still find his code
The original developer was Mike Halvorson. I found his obit.

MICHAEL HALVORSON Feb. 9, 1951-Oct. 7, 2015 Michael Charles Halvorson lost his battle with kidney disease and diabetes Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015. Michael and his wife, Denise, moved to Las Vegas, from Minneapolis in 1998 and was happy to have his sons and two of his brothers join him in the new community. His "bigger than life" personality fit right in. He was lucky to have a life of many colors. As a young man, he taught theatre for Hill Murray High School in St. Paul, Minn., and spent many years in community theatre, moving on to the computer and software arena. He was a pioneer in the software industry, introducing many important programs in the area of 3D design, like Imagine, Illusion and, most recently, for the 3D printing world, Eureka. From 2007--2012, Michael was the head coach for the Las Vegas Demolition, a semi-pro football team owned by Mike Jr. The unlikely pastime became a passion for him. He coached the Demolition to two league championships and one national championship. In 2011, he was honored with a Coach of the Year award by the WWFL. He was preceded in death by his parents, Velva Oleta Wright and Vernon Charles Halvorson. He is survived by his wife, of 41 years, Denise Zezza Halvorson; their two sons, Alan Stocker and his partner, Brynn Streiker, and Michael Halvorson Jr., and his wife, Katie; grandchildren, Phillip, Jaxsen, Lacey, Piper and Aksel; brothers, Arville, and his wife, Bonnie, Larry and his wife, Becky, and James and his wife, Lyn; in-laws, Nancy, Robert and Jack Zezza; as well as many nieces, nephews and extended family. Mike dearly loved his four-legged kids, too, and always had a house full. There will be a celebration of Michael's life 2-5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 16, outdoors in the gardens, at the home he loved so.
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