The online guestbook for Rebecca Wolinsky

Posted on May 11, 2009
Posted by: Brad Noel
From: Hartford CT

Message: Nate,Robin and Toby, I last spoke with Becky when she was involved with the Granby library, but I well remember your days in Blue Hills and Weaver High School. What a wonderful long life your Mother had. Her spirit touched many people. We are still on Ridgefield Street! I'm in my 3rd term on Hartford Board of Ed, Emily, married with a 10 year old, is teaching Math. Would love to hear from you. Brad Noel

Posted on May 11, 2009
Posted by: Davida Novarr
From: Oakland CA

Message: My heart goes out to Nate, Esther, Robin, and Toby. I am so truly sorry for your loss. I have such wonderful memories of hanging out in that big house on Blue Hills Avenue - getting into all sorts of trouble; Becky was always there trying to smooth things out. I guess I did spend a lot of time up there between the Wolinsky's and Schless Pharmacy. So many wonderful memories. Those were some great times. I remember seeing your mom I think it was Thanksgiving at Esther's about 6 or 7 years ago. I'm so glad I got to see her then. I also saw her when you were all out here for a wedding in Berkeley. I will always remember Becky and her red hair. My thoughts are with you and your families. Love, Davida

Posted on May 11, 2009
Posted by: Lori Discolo
From: Rye Brook NY

Message: Becky was an inspiration to me and my whole family! She was warm, kind, funny and full of spunk into her 90s! We feel lucky and honored to have had her in our lives. Lori, Bob, Alex, Michael and Carly

Posted on May 16, 2009
Posted by: Jane Feigenbaum Ellis
From: Glastonbury CT

Message: After all these years, my Hartford memories of the Wolinsky family and their house on Blue Hills Avenue are still with me. They were close to my parents, Morris and Sylvia Feigenbaum. Our elemenatary school, Rawson, did not have an in-house lunch program, so we walked to their house and had our lunch with the Wolinsky kids and then returned to school. Rebecca and my mother was active in the formation of Beth Shalom Synagogue and its sisterhood. May joyous memories of your mother bring you solace in the days ahead.

Posted on May 16, 2009
Posted by: Susan Feigenbaum
From: St. Louis MO

Message: Dear Nathan, Esther, Robin and Toby, Your mother was one-of-a-kind and "owned" the Blue Hills area where you all grew many times did we walk back and forth from school for all of those years? I will always remember her as warm, caring, no-nonsense and always with a smile on her least to us Feigenbaum kids. With deepest sympathy. Susan Feigenbaum & family

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