Looking through Mishpacha magazine of Parshas Noach, 28 Tishrei 5755, I noticed, on page thirty six, a report on the passing of noted author and teacher Rav Shraga Silverstein z"l, this past erev Rosh Hashanah. Rabbi Silverstein translated many important classical Jewish texts, making them more available to a broad public, as well as writing deep works of his own. It is only appropriate that he be remembered and eulogized. His impact may have been mostly quiet (at least on readers, who didn't encounter him beyond the printed page), but it was deep and profound.
המקום ינחם את האבלים בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים
P.S. The following info on him was printed with his edition of דרך תבונות:
Alumnus of Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Berlin, B.A., M.A. Brooklyn College, settled in Yerushalayim 1963 with family, where he taught in a foremost school of Jewish education as well as English in U.