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The online guestbook for Max 'Nosh' Mandell

Posted on August 22, 2009
Posted by: Thomas Reich
From: West Hartford CT

Message: I meet Nosh Mandell the first week that I lived here back in 1967. He did all the repair work on my car and Marty Karn's car. I worked for Marty. All othe brothers were honest and helpful and I only remember how they always helped with even the smallest automotive problems.


Posted on August 22, 2009
Posted by: Marshall Maish Wice
From: West Hartford Ct

Message: Hey... The Wice and Mandell families go back many many years as far back as when Nosh and his brothers had the gas station on the corner of Harrison Place and Woodland Street....I have never met three of the nicest guys in all my life like NOSH JIGGS and LOBS... When I pass on I want every body to say "Maish was a good guy" thats the greatest compliment one cane receive, and I want to say that about NOSH MANDELL.. You all have my deepest sympathy........Maish Wice


Posted on August 22, 2009
Posted by: David & Lynne Eisenberg
From: Deerfield Beach FL

Message: Dear Laurie and family, we send our deepest sympathy to all of you on the passing of your Dad. We are sure you have many wonderful memories of all the times you spend with him.


Posted on August 22, 2009
Posted by: neil wise
From: Haddonfield nj

Message: Joel, Ellen, and Laurie, Sorry to hear about your father, Nosh, whom we all adored; he was one of my father's favorite cousins. My best to your families. Neil


Posted on August 23, 2009
Posted by: Stan Ehrlich
From: West Hartford CT

Message: Sorry to hear of the passing of "Nosh". Stan and I remember him in our younger days from Old Colony Beach. He was a man that was loved by every man, woman and child. May you be blessed with all the memories you have made not only with him but with both of your parents. Carole & Stan Ehrlich


Posted on August 23, 2009
Posted by: Judy Krinsky Peretz
From: Mineola NY

Message: My cousin Noshie will live on, always, in loving Krinsky/Peretz memories!


Posted on August 23, 2009
Posted by: Amy Mandell
From: Charlotte NC

Message: Words can't even begin to describe how sorry I am for your loss and how much we are thinking of you all. It is such an honor to be part of this amazing Mandell family and to have been able to meet Pop and spend time with him these past few years! He was a very special man who had an absolutely incredible family! The boys have such fond memories of their grandfather and the kids are so very fortunate to have been able to get to know their great grandfather! As I always say, Ross is so blessed to have such an amazing family and to have grown up in the picture perfect place of Simsbury! And Pop was a huge part of that! Sending all of our love from Charlotte and lots of big hugs during this time. Love to all, Amy, Devon and Logan 'Maxwell' Mandell xoxoxo And I know youre shining down on me from heaven Like so many friends weve lost along the way And I know eventually well be together. One sweet day -M. Carey


Posted on August 23, 2009
Posted by: Tom Syzdek
From: Unionville Ct.

Message: My condolences to all Nosh's family.I was Nosh's driver for some years.I'll miss him.


Posted on August 23, 2009
Posted by: Al Tager
From: Bloomfield, CT

Message: What does one say when a long known person passes? I knew and loved doing business with the Mandell Brothers! Jiggs was a relation but ALL of the brothers were G R E A T! Brings back wonderful memories. Al Tager


Posted on August 23, 2009
Posted by: Carl Mandell
From: Manchester CT

Message: Although I have numerous special memories of my Uncle Nosh, the one that stands out in my mind is davening with him on Sunday mornings at the Agudas Achim synagogue in Hartford. I was preparing for becoming a Bar Mitzvah and so I had to attend those services. I would sit next to my uncle and he would help me with my tefillin. After, we had hard-boiled eggs and/or jelly donuts!


Posted on August 24, 2009
Posted by: Steven Davis
From: San Antonio TX

Message: When I came from San Antonio to enter Yale in 1965, Harriet, Nosh and family treated me royally. Wow -- it was fun going to the beach at Old Lyme -- I had real Connecticut cousins who were warm, friendly and always available. Though the details are distant, my memories are those of love for my cousins, with Max in the lead -- always so buoyant and generous. My condolences to your whole family on the passing of this wonderful family man in the grand tradition. Sincerely, Steve Davis San Antonio


Posted on August 24, 2009
Posted by: Diane and Todd Solomon
From: indian Land SC

Message: To all the Mandell's- Although Todd and I never had the honor of meeting your father, we have heard many wonderful things about him and of the fond memories that will live on in his children, grandchildren and even great grandchildren. He was truly blessed with a long life to see his family grow and prosper. Our sincere condolences to all of you on your loss.


Posted on August 25, 2009
Posted by: Donna Croce Landroche
From:

Message: Laurie: I read about your Dad in the Courant. I have wonderful, happy memories of both your Mom and Dad from our high school days. I do not know where you are so I send this personal message the only way I can. I send my thoughts and prayers to you and your family at this sad time. I wish you peace and comfort and joy in remembering. Donna Croce Landroche


Posted on August 25, 2009
Posted by: Dianne Brody
From: Mansfield Ctr. CT

Message: Dear Laurie, Upon hearing of the sad passing of your father, thoughts of you and the earlier years we spent together as neighbors and close friends came to mind. Living on Westbourne Parkway brought you, Carl,Jay and I together so often and many times our parents all got together too. Although I did not see Harriet and Nosh much after that, you and I remained connected. I am so sorry for your loss and send my condolences to you and all of the family. Sincerely, Dianne I am sorry for your family's loss


Posted on August 25, 2009
Posted by: Andi (Baggish) Rothstein
From: Avon CT

Message: I'm sorry we didn't get to your dad's funeral today, but my mother is not doing well. I want to send my love and condolences to all of you and your families, as I have many fond memories of your father...at the beach, at the gas station, etc. I was glad that I had the chance to visit with him at the Hebrew Home a few months ago, and see that he was as handsome and charming as always! May you hold onto all of the wonderful memories. Love, Andi


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