The online guestbook for Charles Grossman

Posted on May 18, 2012
Posted by: Linda and Shel Eisenberg
From: West Hartford ct

Message: Lakey and Charlie were such good friends of my parents. I believe that Charlie was best man at my mother and father's wedding. Only a few years ago, Charlie called and asked me to send him a picture of my father with him. Of course, I had many so it was no problem. I am so sorry for your loss! This is the end of a great foursome!!!! Fondly, Linda

Posted on May 19, 2012
Posted by: Bob Bell
From: Decatur GA

Message: Mr. Grossman as I shall always call him was one of the kindest, gentlest people I have known. I first met him when I was a jr. high school student way back in the 50s when I was a classmate and friend of his daughter Joan (and friends we are to this day). Even in this sad time, a smile always come to me when I think about him and Mrs. Grossman. For high school graduation - 1960, the Grossman's gave me a hardback modern library edition of James Joyce's Ulysses. I am happy to say that I stuck to it, and on June 16, 2011, I finished the book!! Every time, I picked "that book" up over the years, Mr. and Mrs. Grossman's warmth washed over and bathed me a little. I consider myself lucky to know that my life has been touched by Mr. and Mrs. Grossman.

Posted on May 22, 2012
Posted by: Roberta Russell
From: Lenox MA

Message: So sorry to learn of Charlie's death. He was a sweet, generous man, in my experience. His gentle personality was a great contribution to my life. I'm sorry I did not know about the funeral service; I would have come. Loving wishes to Joan and Debbie.

Posted on June 08, 2012
Posted by: Debbie Gordon
From: Reseda CA

Message: There was no sweeter man on this earth than Charlie Grossman. My fondest memories of my childhood are of spending summer's at the beach with Lakie and Charlie, Debbie and Joan. I recently watched the movie of their 50th Wedding Anniversary in which my father read a poem about having driven them on their honeymoon because they did not have a car. The friendship between my father and Charlie goes back to grammar school. I hope that the 4 of our parents are somewhere in heaven reminiscing about their friendship and enjoying each other. That would make me happy. My sincere condolences to all of the family. May Charlie's memory be for a blessing. Debbie Rubin Gordon

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