The online guestbook for Ruth Klemens

Posted on November 02, 2011
Posted by: Susan Rubin
From: Manchester CT

Message: Ruth was a kind and gentle soul. She will be missed by many. My deepest condolences to Dr. Klemens and his children.

Posted on November 02, 2011
Posted by: David and Ann Brandwein
From: West Hartford CT

Message: Paul and family: It is with tears in my eyes that I read of Ruth's death. She and you were as good friends to my mother and Richard as one could ever hope for, and to our family as a whole. One of the highlights of mom and my London trip back in 2001 was shabbat dinner at the Finklestein's. Ann and I will be at the funeral and after. We have so many wonderful memories to share. May her memory be for a blessing. Love, David and Ann Brandwein

Posted on November 02, 2011
Posted by: Renee Dubin
From: West Hartford ct

Message: I didn't know your mother, but having read her obituary, by chance, I'm sorry I never met her. She sounded like an amazing and interesting woman, and you can all be very proud to be related to her. My condolences.

Posted on November 03, 2011
Posted by: Kevin Donohue
From: Kingston NY

Message: It is with great sadness that I learned today of the death of Ruth Klemens. Although I only met Ruth a few times, her sister Eva Wiener Plaut, Z''L, was a dear friend. Ruth's work to educate others about the Holocaust was of great importance and will continue as a force for good long into the future. My thoughts and prayers are with the Klemens, Finkelstein, and Plaut families. May Ruth's memory be for a blessing.

Posted on November 06, 2011
Posted by: Patti & Ted Exstein
From: Alexandria VA

Message: We had the good fortune of knowing Ruth, who so generously shared her life and stories with our chavurah family. She was truly a blessing in all our lives; she could light up a room with her smile. We feel a deep sadness that she is gone from this earth but know she lives on with each of us through the memories she left behind.

Posted on November 06, 2011
Posted by: Karen Plaut
From: Lafayette IN

Message: I am sorry that I can not attend the funeral tomorrow but wanted to extend my deepest condolences to my cousins, Mike and Susan and Uncle Paul. The Wiener sisters were a remarkably gentle loving family who endured great hardships in order to give us a quality of life that was rich with love, laughter and happiness. While I can not be there tomorrow, I will be thinking of you. Love Karen and David

Posted on November 04, 2011
Posted by: Frances Levitt Funk
From: Coventry CT

Message: I am so sorry to hear of Ruth's passing. I met her years ago when she was able to speak publicly of her survival of the Holocaust. She spoke at one of the high schools in Willimantic. Her story was deeply moving, and her courage to be able to speak about that horrific time was a testament to her strength. She was a very gentle soul. I am deeply honored to have known her. My condolances to all who loved her and will miss her. The world is a better place because of her.

Posted on November 04, 2011
Posted by: Denise Dancy
From: Leesburg Va

Message: There are people you wish you would have had a chance to meet in your lifetime. For some, those people would be celebrities or sports figures. For me, it would be Mrs. Klemens. I'm glad to learn that her stories are living on through interviews for the benefit of all people. My deepest condolences to the Klemens family.

Posted on November 04, 2011
Posted by: Jane Blanshard
From: Storrs CT

Message: The world is a much poorer place without Ruth. Jane Blanshard

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