A powerful and moving tribute to Roland Hall (York), the founding editor of The Locke Newsletter and Locke Studies, has been published today in Locke Studies. Timothy Stanton, his friend and colleague at York, highlighted the many facets of Roland’s activities and personality that Lockeans might not know. Ranging from his work at the Nuremberg trials after WWII, through his substantial contributions to the Oxford English Dictionary, and to his work in analytic philosophy of language and classical philology, the richness of Roland’s life shines through. As does his intellectual curiosity and enthusiasm, his boundless energy, and his personal warmth and kindness. We are exceptionally pleased that Timothy Stanton has offered us such a homage, and we urge you to take the time to read it and reflect awhile on the substantial contributions that Roland leaves for all of us Lockeans.