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Derek Torres J.

Senior Manager, Proposal Solutions and Client Strategy

Ryder System, Inc.

Direct Phone: (305) ***-****       

Ryder System, Inc.

11690 NW 105th St.

Miami, Florida 33178

United States

Company Description

Ryder System, Inc. (Ryder) is a provider of transportation and supply chain management solutions. The Company operates in three segments: Fleet Management Solutions (FMS), which provides full-service leasing, contract maintenance, contract-related mainten ... more

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Employment History

Proposal Coordinator
Cross Country Healthcare , Inc.

Proposal Coordinator and Technical Writer
Virtual Proposal Operations - VPO

Proposal Coordinator
National Association of Travel Healthcare Organizations

Web References (16 Total References)


David Farbey, Technical Writer

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Derek Torres

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I met Derek Torres about three years ago when he was a speaker at an STC regional conference that I helped organise in London. Since then I had the pleasure of meeting him at a number of technical writing events in Europe and the USA. As well as being a technical writer Derek was a published author or co-author of a number of technical books including The Unofficial Guide to Windows XP, and The Unofficial Guide to Windows Vista, both published by Wiley.
Two years ago when I was one of the founders of the STC's Europe SIG, Derek was one of our first supporters and he volunteered to be the editor for our SIG's first newsletter. We were speakers together at a progression session at the STC conference in Philadelphia in 2008. I found him always a warm and friendly colleague, highly professional and very knowledgable, as well as generous with his time and advice.
Earlier this week I was shocked and deeply saddened to learn that Derek had died as a result of H1N1 influenza. In offering my condolences to his wife and family, I hope and pray that they have many good memories of Derek to strengthen and comfort them at this difficult time. Derek was highly respected amongst his professional peers and everyone who knew him will miss him deeply.


Derek ...

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Derek Torres

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I met Derek Torres about three years ago when he was a speaker at an STC regional conference that I helped organise in London. Since then I had the pleasure of meeting him at a number of technical writing events in Europe and the USA. As well as being a technical writer Derek was a published author or co-author of a number of technical books including The Unofficial Guide to Windows XP, and The Unofficial Guide to Windows Vista, both published by Wiley.
Two years ago when I was one of the founders of the STC's Europe SIG, Derek was one of our first supporters and he volunteered to be the editor for our SIG's first newsletter. We were speakers together at a progression session at the STC conference in Philadelphia in 2008. I found him always a warm and friendly colleague, highly professional and very knowledgable, as well as generous with his time and advice.
Earlier this week I was shocked and deeply saddened to learn that Derek had died as a result of H1N1 influenza. In offering my condolences to his wife and family, I hope and pray that they have many good memories of Derek to strengthen and comfort them at this difficult time. Derek was highly respected amongst his professional peers and everyone who knew him will miss him deeply.


David Farbey, Technical Writer

www.farbey.co.uk [cached]

Derek Torres

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I met Derek Torres about three years ago when he was a speaker at an STC regional conference that I helped organise in London. Since then I had the pleasure of meeting him at a number of technical writing events in Europe and the USA. As well as being a technical writer Derek was a published author or co-author of a number of technical books including The Unofficial Guide to Windows XP, and The Unofficial Guide to Windows Vista, both published by Wiley.
Two years ago when I was one of the founders of the STC's Europe SIG, Derek was one of our first supporters and he volunteered to be the editor for our SIG's first newsletter. We were speakers together at a progression session at the STC conference in Philadelphia in 2008. I found him always a warm and friendly colleague, highly professional and very knowledgable, as well as generous with his time and advice.
Earlier this week I was shocked and deeply saddened to learn that Derek had died as a result of H1N1 influenza. In offering my condolences to his wife and family, I hope and pray that they have many good memories of Derek to strengthen and comfort them at this difficult time. Derek was highly respected amongst his professional peers and everyone who knew him will miss him deeply.


Derek Torres

www.farbey.co.uk [cached]

Derek Torres

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I met Derek Torres about three years ago when he was a speaker at an STC regional conference that I helped organise in London. Since then I had the pleasure of meeting him at a number of technical writing events in Europe and the USA. As well as being a technical writer Derek was a published author or co-author of a number of technical books including The Unofficial Guide to Windows XP, and The Unofficial Guide to Windows Vista, both published by Wiley.
Two years ago when I was one of the founders of the STC's Europe SIG, Derek was one of our first supporters and he volunteered to be the editor for our SIG's first newsletter. We were speakers together at a progression session at the STC conference in Philadelphia in 2008. I found him always a warm and friendly colleague, highly professional and very knowledgable, as well as generous with his time and advice.
Earlier this week I was shocked and deeply saddened to learn that Derek had died as a result of H1N1 influenza. In offering my condolences to his wife and family, I hope and pray that they have many good memories of Derek to strengthen and comfort them at this difficult time. Derek was highly respected amongst his professional peers and everyone who knew him will miss him deeply.
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Thank you so much for the article on Derek. It is so nice to see that he touched so many lives. We will all miss him greatly; especially me since he used to call me everyday at work at lunchtime and almost always twice a day on Saturday & Sundays. I used to grumble about his calling at the most inoportune times, but now I just wish that he could call.
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I also met Derek at the STC conferences, and he was the most supportive and congenial person I've met in decades.
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You and I met Derek at the same time.
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I had the pleasure of working for several years with Derek. His witticisms always had me in stitches. I will miss him very much. He will be looking after his family from the cosmos above and his memory will stay with me forever. Thank you for your kind tribute.
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I am truly shocked and sad to find out about Derek from his facebook page. I worked with Derek for a startup company when he lived in Chicago and he came out to Colorado to work with me on a project for a couple days. Derek was funny and smart and amazingly easy to talk to. We've kept in touch since he moved back to France - that's the sort of friendly guy he was.


Derek Torres I ...

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Derek Torres

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I met Derek Torres about three years ago when he was a speaker at an STC regional conference that I helped organise in London. Since then I had the pleasure of meeting him at a number of technical writing events in Europe and the USA. As well as being a technical writer Derek was a published author or co-author of a number of technical books including The Unofficial Guide to Windows XP, and The Unofficial Guide to Windows Vista, both published by Wiley.
Two years ago when I was one of the founders of the STC's Europe SIG, Derek was one of our first supporters and he volunteered to be the editor for our SIG's first newsletter. We were speakers together at a progression session at the STC conference in Philadelphia in 2008. I found him always a warm and friendly colleague, highly professional and very knowledgable, as well as generous with his time and advice.
Earlier this week I was shocked and deeply saddened to learn that Derek had died as a result of H1N1 influenza. In offering my condolences to his wife and family, I hope and pray that they have many good memories of Derek to strengthen and comfort them at this difficult time. Derek was highly respected amongst his professional peers and everyone who knew him will miss him deeply.

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