Guestbook

The online guestbook for Edith Gittleman

Posted on July 30, 2012
Posted by: Marilyn Golden Byer
From: The Villages FL

Message: Dear Ann Louise, So sorry to read of your Mom's passing. I remember her so clearly in the kitchen on Seminole Circle! In my eyes she will always be a young, beautiful and happy wife and mother. And we will be young girlfriends from KP! Heartfelt condolences to you and your family. Marilyn Golden Byer


Posted on July 30, 2012
Posted by: Josh and Ginny Edelson
From: Bloomfield Ct

Message: We are very sorry we are unable to be with you today. Our thoughts and prayers are with you -- Ann Louise, Stuart and your families. We shared many memorable moments with your parents (and you) when we all lived on Seminole Circle. We will all miss Edith. May many good memories bring you comfort in this time of mourning.


Posted on July 30, 2012
Posted by: Melissa Templeton
From: Huntsville TX

Message: Thinking of you in this sad time. HOld on to the beautiful memories. Melissa


Posted on August 09, 2012
Posted by: Sandra Gittleman
From: Cornelius NC

Message: Dearest Edith, I miss you dearly. You were a very special woman, mother, and Bubbie. You lived a rich life of hospitality, good works, and investment into others. Moreover, I never doubted your devotion and love for me and your grandchildren. I thank you for giving me a most precious gift, the fruit of your labor...your dear son, Stuart, and my sister-in-law, AnnLouise. The world is better because you were here, and you will be missed dearly. Rest in peace. Love, Sandra


Posted on August 10, 2012
Posted by: Isaac Gittleman
From: Cornelius NC

Message: Whenever I will hear the word grandmother again, I will think of my Bubbie. I remember all the birthdays and holidays both my Bubbie and Zadie celebrated with me. Bubbie always made sure I received a gift as a reminder of her love for me. I will always remember playing around her home, climbing trees, throwing the baseball with Zadie, and being spoiled with yummy sweets, like rugelach. I love you Bubbie and will miss you.


Posted on August 10, 2012
Posted by: Daniel Gittleman
From: Cornelius NC

Message: My Bubbie was one of the most energetic people I’ve ever known. She was always so full of life when she was around other people. She was a great teacher, and had the best memory of anybody. She always remembered everything I did, and she would always ask me how my life was. She was thoughtful, loving, kind, generous, and she will always be in my heart.


Posted on August 10, 2012
Posted by: Stuart Gittleman
From: Cornelius NC

Message: Truly there are some things that never, ever leave us. A mother’s love and devotion is one of them. My mother was a rock of stability for my sister and me growing up and would do ANYTHING to help us succeed in life. She was a faithful wife and loved my father. Their marriage of 63 years was based on trust, loyalty and respect. King Solomon, in the book of Proverbs, amazingly wrote verses thousands of years ago to describe my mother. Proverbs 31 portrays the Woman of Valor OR from the Hebrew Aishet Chayil. The following 2 verses are a fitting reflection of mom. 28 Her children arise and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her: 29 "Many women have done excellently but you surpass them all." During this time of reflecting upon the extraordinary gift of having such a wonderful mother, my heart is filled with gratitude at the legacy both my parents left for their son, daughter and grandchildren.


Posted on August 13, 2012
Posted by: Shira Gittleman
From: Cary NC

Message: Bubbie was an amazing woman and I have so many fond memories of her. What I will remember when I think of her.... Tennis, piano lessons, Chinese food, many loving gifts, a wonderful cook, family holidays in her home, climbing the tree in her front yard, walks around her neighborhood, watching musicals, a wonderful teacher and loving grandmother. I am so fortunate to have had her my life. Bubbie, you will be greatly missed.


Posted on July 30, 2012
Posted by: Elaine Kaufmann
From: W Hartford CT

Message: Dear Ann Louise, I am Susanne Fruchtmn's mom; she went to King Philip with you years ago. We are saddened by your mother's passing and send our sympathy to you. Elaine Kaufmann


Posted on August 02, 2012
Posted by: Ann Louise Gittleman
From: Post Falls ID

Message: Thank you, dear friends, for your kind expressions of sympathy and heartfelt condolences. My mother was indeed "one of a kind" and her passing marks the passing of an era. As Stuart and I collaborated on her obituary, we marveled at our precious mother's accomplishments, her energy, her leadership qualities and how she maanged to always have dinner on the table exactly at 6! Our greatest comfort is knowing that she is now together with my father and at peace. We are indeed grateful to have had her for 88 years as a role model, mother, grandmother, and friend.


Posted on July 31, 2012
Posted by: Joseph Kornfeld
From: New Britain CT

Message: Deeply saddened by the passing of Edith. Her gifted and enthusiastic leadership will be missed. Good memories persist from the presentation of the Bintel Brief by the Hadassah play-reading group, which Edith and I headed. This presentation was performed for many groups in the Hartford area. Sending deepest sympathy to the family. Joe Kornfeld


Posted on July 31, 2012
Posted by: DIANE & ROY
From: JUPITER FL

Message: Dear Ann Louise and Stuart...Our thoughts and prayers are with you both. I remember when your parents came to Glen Cove for lunch with my parents. I thought- now there's a loving couple just like my parents. It's no wonder both of you are so kind and loving. Ann Louise I didn't realize where you got your "stage" presence from, definitely from your mom. May your mothers love be with you both always. Love - Diane & Roy


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