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In family photos, Mazurenko roller-skates, sails a boat, and climbs trees.

Kuyda moved Luka from Moscow to San Francisco in 2015. When Stampsy faltered, Mazurenko moved into a tiny alcove in Kuyda’s apartment to save money.

Mazurenko had been the consummate bon vivant in Moscow, but running a startup had worn him down, and he was prone to periods of melancholy.

On the days he felt depressed, Kuyda took him out for surfing and

Kuyda moved Luka from Moscow to San Francisco in 2015. When Stampsy faltered, Mazurenko moved into a tiny alcove in Kuyda’s apartment to save money.

Mazurenko had been the consummate bon vivant in Moscow, but running a startup had worn him down, and he was prone to periods of melancholy.

On the days he felt depressed, Kuyda took him out for surfing and $1 oysters.

She had struggled with whether she was doing the right thing by bringing him back this way. But ever since Mazurenko’s death, Kuyda had wanted one more chance to speak with him. “You have one of the most interesting puzzles in the world in your hands,” it said. orn in Belarus in 1981, Roman Mazurenko was the only child of Sergei, an engineer, and Victoria, a landscape architect.

They remember him as an unusually serious child; when he was 8 he wrote a letter to his descendents declaring his most cherished values: wisdom and justice.

Kuyda and Mazurenko, who by then had become close friends, came to believe that their futures lay elsewhere.

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Kuyda moved Luka from Moscow to San Francisco in 2015. When Stampsy faltered, Mazurenko moved into a tiny alcove in Kuyda’s apartment to save money.Mazurenko had been the consummate bon vivant in Moscow, but running a startup had worn him down, and he was prone to periods of melancholy.On the days he felt depressed, Kuyda took him out for surfing and $1 oysters.She had struggled with whether she was doing the right thing by bringing him back this way. But ever since Mazurenko’s death, Kuyda had wanted one more chance to speak with him. “You have one of the most interesting puzzles in the world in your hands,” it said. orn in Belarus in 1981, Roman Mazurenko was the only child of Sergei, an engineer, and Victoria, a landscape architect.They remember him as an unusually serious child; when he was 8 he wrote a letter to his descendents declaring his most cherished values: wisdom and justice.Kuyda and Mazurenko, who by then had become close friends, came to believe that their futures lay elsewhere.

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She had struggled with whether she was doing the right thing by bringing him back this way. But ever since Mazurenko’s death, Kuyda had wanted one more chance to speak with him. “You have one of the most interesting puzzles in the world in your hands,” it said. orn in Belarus in 1981, Roman Mazurenko was the only child of Sergei, an engineer, and Victoria, a landscape architect.

They remember him as an unusually serious child; when he was 8 he wrote a letter to his descendents declaring his most cherished values: wisdom and justice.

Kuyda and Mazurenko, who by then had become close friends, came to believe that their futures lay elsewhere.

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