The online guestbook for Frances Lipman

Posted on October 05, 2009
Posted by: Michelle Rubin SIlkes
From: Medford MA

Message: To Debbie, Carole, and Rima I am so sorry for your loss. I have many wonderful childhood memories of Frances. I have started a new job and will be unable to attend the funeral service on Tuesday. Please know that all of you will be in my thoughts. Michelle Rubin Silkes

Posted on October 05, 2009
Posted by: hadass rubin
From: old saybrook ct

Message: Mat and I met Frances forty years ago. We loved her at first sight, she was welcoming and generous. We will never forget her smile and beauty. love, hadass and mat

Posted on October 23, 2009
Posted by: Suzanne Cohen
From: Winchester or

Message: She called me "Su-za-la" Its a Yiddish endearment that my father called me by too. She was a master of Yiddish terms and expressions and made the best noodle koogle I ever tasted. She was articulate and genteel with beauty and grace. Always frankly honest and yet sincere. She remembered life and how it used to be and recaptured it in miniature. What skills she had at making dollhouses, refurbishing old ones found at yard sales in the worst condition. They were always so clever, beautiful, and detailed. How honored I was when she asked me to design and clothe her tiny porcelain dolls in period costume to resembled her own beloved parents. Always generous and giving to family, friends, and worthy causes. She was a devoted mother and friend. She was my friend and I will miss her so. Frances Toby Lipman October 2, 2009

Posted on November 14, 2009
Posted by: Carol Cohen
From: Burlington VT

Message: My condolences to Carole and her family. I am sitting here with my mom, Rose, at an assisted living facility in West Hartford. She's 98 and going strong. I have very fond memories of my best friend's mother, Mrs. Lipman, who lived on my street, Westridge Dr. I used to eat over her house many nights of the week and she used to put dill in her salads which impressed me a lot. I also remember her reading and discussing "The Feminine Mystique" by Betty Friedan that started the whole feminist movement. Mrs. Lipman was a very intelligent, free-thinking woman who made me feel so welcome into her home when I was a teenager. She was also a great artist as was her daughter, Carole. I hope Carole is well. Warm regards, Carol

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