Tuesday, April 28, 2020
|Shiva:||Strictly Private Shiva. Thank you for respecting the family's wishes.|
Pearl Zalcman - 22 days ago
Dear Paula and Andrea, I was so sorry to hear of Adeline’s passing. May your memories be a source of comfort to you at this difficult time. May you and your family be spared further sorrow. Fondly, Pearl
Stacey Schlein - 23 days ago
The world will be boring without Addie! You will forever be in my heart!!!
Frima Rosen - 24 days ago
I had the pleasure of knowing Adeline for more than 30 years through Young Israel of Montreal. On her occasional visits, she would always bring a smile and sunshine into our office, she was so proud that her parents' names were inscribed on our original donor board still displayed. Throughout the years, her response to our annual Passover gift was always a beautiful phone call, either a lively and inspirational chat or a lovely melodic message on our voice mail. For the past few years, the messages stopped, but we continued our gift, this year the envelope was returned. How sad that the end came due to Covid 19. May her beautiful soul rest in peace and the kindness and love she had for others remain a blessing for all time. Her memory will always bring a smile to my face. Frima Rosen, Young Israel of Montreal.
Anne Bernstein - 24 days ago
Dear Paula and Andrea, I remember Aunt Adeline so well, even after all these years. She was glorious. Deepest sympathies to you. Anne
Cindy Hershon - 24 days ago
Dear Andrea & Tom, My sincere condolences on the loss of your Aunt. My thoughts are with you at this difficult time. BDE
Judi Sendel - 25 days ago
Rest in peace.
Rabbi Ronnie and Karen Cahana - 26 days ago
B'H Darling, Dearest Adeline -O those Heavenly Greetings sung as 'holy hellos'; always looking for an equal response of praise. You extracted kindness, spiritual understanding to blow away inner loneliness.. And you wanted joyous meaningfulness. Even now. You made the world see G-d's Presence. Thank you.
Carol Abramson - 27 days ago
Dearest Adi, I remember you for the past 23 years from your visits to me at the Shaar. You were always a beacon of sunshine, funny and cheerful. You loved bright colors, and always referred to us as “the two redheads”. As you grew more infirm and your sight dimmed, your smile and optimism did not. We lost touch for a while, then celebrated your 90th birthday together. This year I discovered you were in a home near me, and visited you occasionally on the holidays. I will never forget how you wolfed down the latkes I brought you, and were so thrilled with both the chocolates and the visit. I will miss you, but will always think of your red curls and bright smile. Rest in peace, Adi.