Neil Rest

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(December 21, 1947 –)

Neil Rest, a longtime Chicago con fan, founded the Bermuda Triangle Bid and the 49th Ward Regular Science Fiction Organization, Inc. He created part of the Chicago section of the exhibits at Chicon 2000 and is a regular volunteer at Worldcons.

He was a regular at Thursday. A full-size soft-sculpture replica of him by Gretchen Roper featured in the Thursday analogue Fan Lounge at Chicon 6. He belongs to Chicago-SF.

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