Guestbook

The online guestbook for Sybil Sanders

Posted on October 20, 2011
Posted by: Sheila/Howard Mark
From: West Hartford CT

Message: The time-worn expression "A Woman of Valor" certainly fits this warm, intelligent, dedicated, and caring human being. It has been our good fortune to have known her for many years through Beth El Temple and other friends. We will have long and lasting memories of this wonderful person.


Posted on October 21, 2011
Posted by: susan widem
From: los angeles ca

Message: Ellen and Jackie, So sorry for your loss on your wonderful mom! A great woman, friend and neighbor. My dad went to UConn with her and worked many years on several committees at Beth El together. Our family sends you love, our thoughts and prayers on this great loss to the community! A lovely lady. with love, Susan Widem


Posted on October 21, 2011
Posted by: Roz Bobrow Hahn
From: West Hartford CT

Message: There are really no words to express how sad it is to know that Sybil has passed away. A remarkable woman, a woman of valor, etc are in the beautiful obituary/tribute to her in the paper. She touched the hearts of all who knew her.... and I feel honored to have known her in some small way. She has left an indelible mark on many lives. And the world will be a little sadder, less beautiful without her. Hugs to you all.


Posted on October 21, 2011
Posted by: Sharon Heddle
From: Groton CT

Message: I did not know Sybil however I saw her lengthy obituary in the newspaper and was drawn to it. Sybil was an amazing woman and her accomplishments are unbeivable. I am sorry for your loss.


Posted on October 25, 2011
Posted by: Lily and Victor Iloeje
From: Hartford CT

Message: Commiserations entire Sanders family.


Posted on October 21, 2011
Posted by: Deanna Katz
From: Boca Raton FL

Message: I met Sybil when she became a client of mine at Shearson. But she was always much more than a client; she became a good friend. As her financial consultant, I soon came to know all the family and their lives and her love for them. I always called Sybil the "goodist" person that I knew; and she was that kind of person all of her life to the day that she died. I am sad at the loss of her. She will be greatly missed by so many and is really irreplaceable.


Posted on October 21, 2011
Posted by: Cynthia Cole
From: West Hartford Ct

Message: Dear Ellen and family, Your mother, a beautiful person and a wonderful neighbor, will be greatly missed. My thoughts are with you. I will be out of town until Monday but will see you at Shiva. My deepest condolences. Cindy


Posted on October 24, 2011
Posted by: Louis Medvene
From: Wichita KS

Message: I remember Sibyl as a very lively and witty person. She was always interested and interesting. Unfortunately, I didn't get many chances to speak with her - only on special occasions. She was a greatly respected and admired person in our family and will be missed.


Posted on October 22, 2011
Posted by: Ken Schaffer
From: New York New York

Message: Jonathan. I keep thinking about what you wrote. I’ve read it a dozen times. It's such a powerful bond: earnest, proud and eloquent. I'm ashamed to realize that - in all the time we've been best friends - I didn't get to know your mom better … I'm so sorry for this loss. Love you man.


Posted on October 23, 2011
Posted by: joyce cohen
From: hartford ct

Message: Ellen and Jackie, Your Mom and Dad were great people. Dad gave my late husband his start in business and I will always be greatful. Mom was a soft spoken gentle person and it was wonderful having her as a neighbor when I lived on Stoneham. She always cared about me and my boys and it was a real source of comfort. The world will miss her. Joyce Cohen


Posted on November 16, 2011
Posted by: Judith Rulnick Klau
From: Boston MA

Message: Dear Family, I am a Sack cousin, out of touch with all of you for so many years, I did not know of Sybil's death, nor did I know that I could have contacted her in Florida where I also spend winters. I am so sorry that I did not do so, especially since she has been in my thoughts often. Her college roommate, the late Pearl Gordon, was a friend of mine in San Francisco, and Pearl's daughter Alicia and I remain in touch. But a most unusual connection occurred several years ago, when I saw a copy of your parents' marriage contract (ketubah) in a book of David Moss ketubot in the Jaffe Collection at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. I am hoping you know of this book and its provenance, but if you do not, please contact me so that I can share the beautiful image with you. My thoughts go back lovingly to your dear grandparents Jenny and Meyer, and your beloved father. Please accept my sympathy for your loss.


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