The online guestbook for Elizabeth Warner-Paranov

Posted on January 07, 2011
Posted by: Barbara Klau
From: West Simsbury CT

Message: Dear Nina, My sincere sympathies on your loss. Libby was a lovely lady, so very gracious whenever I met her. I was privileged to serve on the Hartt Board with her, and always enjoyed our conversations together. May her memory always be as a blessing; she had an impact on those who knew her, and on this community. Bobby Klau

Posted on January 07, 2011
Posted by: Jackie Bentley Roberts
From: Old Lyme CT

Message: Libby was my boss in the 1950s, a wonderful, patient woman with whom I have kept in touch over these many years. She was my friend, this gracious, lovely woman. The mere fact that she will no longer be available to visit saddens me so much. There are no words to express my sorrow at her passing. A light has been extinguished for all of us 85 Broad Street alumni. Rest easy, Libby. And to Nina: you were a faithful and devoted daughter. My sincere sympathy to you.

Posted on January 07, 2011
Posted by: Ben Toth
From: West Htfd CT

Message: Dear Nina, So sorry to hear of your loss. I had the privilege to meet Elizabeth (and Moshe) when I first arrived at Hartt, and will never forget that visit. Know that you are in our thoughts at this difficult time. Know too that I often recall our chats up in the recording studio - you are missed around here. Warm regards, Ben

Posted on January 07, 2011
Posted by: David Kramer
From: Plainfield MA

Message: My sincere condolences to all the family and friends of Elizabeth Warner-Paranov. Moshe, Pauline, Tanya, Nina, Elizabeth, the Hartt School, you gave me the happiest days of my childhood. "???, ??? ??? ????? ?????. ??????? ??? ??? ???????."

Posted on January 07, 2011
Posted by: David Katz
From: danbury ct

Message: Nina, we who loved Libby grieve with you and for the passing of a dear friend. She was (as you are) one of the last links to the great family tradition your father fostered at the Hartt School. I am happy that in its current incarnation, the institution Libby served so long and hard sought to honor her for her service, as we honor her today with our fondest memories. David Katz BM 77 AD84 MM89

Posted on January 07, 2011
Posted by: Thomas H. Moody
From: Nobleboro ME

Message: Great sacrifice, vision and determination never go unnoticed. Dean Warner-Paranov was a quiet giant at Hartt. Her legacy to the school and to the world of the arts will continue. May her family and friends find solace in knowing that she touched many lives.

Posted on January 08, 2011
Posted by: richard provost
From: bloomfield CT

Message: She led a full productive life positively impacting many students at the Hartt School. Rest in Peace.

Posted on January 12, 2011
From: HADDAM CT 06438 06438


Posted on January 09, 2011
Posted by: Judy Sharpio Tobin

Message: I was a student of Elizabeth . I think of her with great fondness and appreciation for her interest in me . You have my condolences .

Posted on January 09, 2011
Posted by: David Macbride
From: W. Hartford CT

Message: I have many fond memories of Libby, both as Dean Warner during my student days and later on as well. She will always be dear to the entire Hartt community.

Posted on January 10, 2011
Posted by: Steve Metcalf
From: West Hartford CT

Message: It's not overstating things to say that Libby saved my life, back in the mid-60s when I was a floundering and confused Hartt undergraduate. I can hardly find the words to express my gratitude for the many kindnesses she showed me in those days. And my admiration for her only grew as years later -- against all odds -- I found myself being her colleague in the school administration. She was a truly great person, and I am so much the better for having known her. My deepest condolences to you, Nina.

Posted on January 10, 2011
Posted by: Muriel L. Quintin
From: Montreal Qc

Message: A great lady has passed. She was a gracious colleague, a friend and mentor to students and a credit to the Hartt School and to the University of Hartford. Rest in peace, my friend. Muriel L. Quintin

Posted on January 10, 2011
Posted by: Sue Fitzgerald
From: West Simsbury CT

Message: Nina, I remember Libby (and you!)fondly from my days at Hartt. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Sue Fitzgerald

Posted on January 10, 2011
Posted by: Leila Hawken
From: Jamaica NY

Message: Dear Nina and other friends of Hartt: Know that we are thinking of you fondly and sending condolences as we all gather our memories of Libby and what she meant to Hartt and to us. Those of us who had the inspirational good fortune to know Moshe and Libby, and you and Tanya, are coming together in thought, recalling the sure and certain belief that Hartt could be "the greatest music school in the world". We will miss Libby.

Posted on January 10, 2011
Posted by: Watson Morrison
From: East hartford CT

Message: To me, Libby was the heart of Hartt. She was magnificent in the many positions she held at our school, especially as Dean. Hartt would not be the school it is today without her complete dedication and love for Hartt. May God Bless her. Will Morrison

Posted on January 25, 2011
Posted by: David Power
From: Sandy UT

Message: Nina, you are in my thoughts and prayers at this time. My two years at Hartt were rich and fulfilling largely because of the guidance and friendship of Libby and Moshe (and of course, Timmy) and since I lived with Mrs. Warner, Libby's mother, I was privileged to see them often. Few make such a significant contribution to the betterment of the arts.

Posted on January 26, 2011
Posted by: Ninette Babineau
From: Bedford Nova Scotia

Message: Dear Nina, My heartfelt condolences to you. I know how close Libby was to you. Over the years she remained a great influence on my life as a mentor and friend. She will be sorely missed. Sincerely, Ninette

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