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The online guestbook for Mollie Gross

Posted on June 07, 2010
Posted by: kayleen goldstein
From: W.HARTFOR cT

Message: mOLLIE gROSS AND gEORGE INCLUDING HER BROTHERS WERE OUR DEAREST FRIENDS.i WORKED WITH HER IN THE EMMANUEL NURSERY SCHOOL FOR YEARS.I LEARNED AND DEVELOPED SO MANY TEACHING SKILLS FROM HER.I VISITED OFTEN AT HER HOME ON ASYLUM AVE. MY HUSBAND BEN ALSO DEEPLY ADMIRED HER AND GEORGE.BEN AND HIS LATE BROTHER ARNOLD ALSO WORKED FOR MOLLIES LATE BROTHERS HOWARD AND CHARLIE. MOLLIE WILL FOREVER REMAIN IN OUR MEMORIES.OUR CONDOLENCES TO THE ENTIRE FAMILY.


Posted on June 07, 2010
Posted by: Julie Casway
From: West Hartford CT

Message: Both my children (Mark and Scott-now ages 39 and 41) attended Emmanuel nursery school and had Mollie as a teacher. She was a wonderful, caring, person. We all have fond memories of her. Julie Casway


Posted on June 07, 2010
Posted by: Adrienne Silver
From: bloomfield ct

Message: Molly taught both of my children at the Emanuel ---My kids are now 35 and 32. I have the fondest memories of her kindness and wonderful disposition. Our condolences to your family on the loss of this special lady. Adrienne & Alan Silver


Posted on June 07, 2010
Posted by: Carol and Fred Liebowitz
From: West Hartford CT

Message: Mollie and her husband George were neighbors of ours. When we moved into our house (two doors from Mollie and George), Mollie was the first neighbor we met when she rang my doorbell with a coffee cake. One of my sons also attended the Emanuel Synagogue Nursery School.


Posted on June 08, 2010
Posted by: Ronna and Mark Siegal
From: West Hartford CT

Message: All three of my girls attended the Emanuel Nursery and were so fortunate to have had Mollie as their teacher. She was so caring and compassionate in her dealings with the children.


Posted on June 10, 2010
Posted by: Elaine Fruchtman Kaufmann
From: W. Hartford Ct

Message: Dear Family of Mollie, As I was reading the paper, I was stunned to see Mollie's name appear. I lost contact with her several years ago, but let me say that Mollie was a very lovely lady. She was my son, Steven's, nursery school teacher. And then as I became active in the Emanuel Sisterhood, I learned just how loving and compasionate she was. A wonderful Sisterhood leader at a time when the Sisterhood was extremely active; she gave us an excellent model to follow. The twinkle in her eyes and her smile will light up the heavens.


Posted on July 10, 2010
Posted by: Peter Horowitz
From: Brooklyn NY

Message: How I remember Mollie and George, two of my parents's oldest friends, with their regular poker nights -- the Grosses, the Echelsons and the Horowitzs. I remember Mollie as a joyous, upbeat person, whom I remember with great fondness. My condolences to her family.


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