The online guestbook for Judith Conway

Posted on November 29, 2009
Posted by: Cindy Chazan +Jay Leipzig
From: South Orange NJ

Message: Our deepest condolences and wishes of comfort. Cindy, Jay and family

Posted on November 29, 2009
Posted by: Elaine Fruchtman Kaufmann
From: W. Hartford Ct

Message: Dear Dr. Conway and Family, Reading about your beloved wife, Judy's passing, made me very sad. The Fruchtman Family goes way back in time with you and we send you our condolences. Elaine Fruchtman Kaufmann

Posted on November 30, 2009
Posted by: Shirley Morrison
From: Windsor CT

Message: I am deeply saddened by the loss of Judy. I knew her for many years at Beth Hillel and often would see her and Marc, who was a member of the committee I chaired, in various places, and found her to be such a lady. My heartfelt sympathy to the family. Their son Steven, was my husband's physician in the ICU 5 years ago,and his kindness reflected the upbringing of his dear parents. I shall miss her friendly face.

Posted on November 30, 2009

Message: To The family of Judith Conway I am so sorry hearing the news about Judy. I feel really miserable right now, not having been around the last year or so, as I have been helping my dad get around. Im actually on the way to his cardiologist in a few minutes and will not make the service today. As we go through life, we get lucky to meet people like Judy, who make impressions on us, that sometimes come out when we least expect it. Never will I have a political debate without recalling, in some way, all the trips to Scarsdale, and my back seat driver schooling me on why the Democrats were right. She taught me some Yiddish, some Jewish customs, always taking care to explain the details. Did you know Italians and Jews are quite alike? It must be so, she told me that the first day I met her. Was it an icebreaker?, or just her way of making me comfortable? Its always good to know that you can schlep something, or be a schlep(?). I know I don't have to tell you all how wonderful a person she was, I honestly have never met someone who was so family oriented in my life. Everytime she saw me she treated me so wonderfully, the funny thing is, she must have had the same effect in some way on all of you, because I see her kindness and temperment in different way in all of you. I am so thankful I was able to spend time with her, and the tears I shed now are not all of sorrow, but of gladness as well,of the way she will be remembered in my heart. I hope that the wonderful memories Judy has left us with will help carry you all through the present, I surely know that those memories will create smiles in times ahead. I hope to see you all soon. Love Andy

Posted on December 11, 2009
Posted by: marjorie solomon
From: simsbury ct

Message: I was so sad to read about the passing of your mom. My memories of her are her intelligence, beauty and commitment to your family and her many passions. She always made me feel welcome in your home, and in spite of the number of decades it has been, her essence still resonates with me. My husband, Jim and I send our deepest regrets and hope that you find some comfort in the number of people she affected in her life. With love, Marjories (Margie) Cohen Solomon

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