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The online guestbook for Sidney Salowitz

Posted on December 09, 2012
Posted by: Elliott Donn, Post 45 JWV Historian
From: Windsor CT 06095

Message: Dear Friends, On behalf of all his comrades in Post 45, JWV, may I offer our sincere condolences on Sid's passing. He was a longtime proud member of the Jewish War Veterans who served his country honorably. He'll be missed by all of his many friends in the Post. May he rest in peace.


Posted on December 10, 2012
Posted by: Gert Litsky
From: Delray Beach Fl

Message: Dear Shirley, Randi, Susan and family, We are sorry to hear of your loss of Sydney. Our thoughts are with you. Gert & Ron Litsky


Posted on December 10, 2012
Posted by: david hendel
From: west hartford ct

Message: dear shirley & family....my sincere condolences to you all at this time..sid sure loved to play poker....sorry but we are in florida for the winter...best to all.


Posted on December 10, 2012
Posted by: Lucretia Holley
From: Farmington CT

Message: Susan, I'm sorry for your loss. Know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during your time of sorrow. Lucretia C. Holley


Posted on December 10, 2012
Posted by: HARVEY J. WALLET
From: Boynton Beach Florida

Message: SHIREY: I KNOW THAT U HAVE LOST YOUR BEST FRIEND , I KNEW U BOTH THROUGH ROBERTA TO BE WONDERFUL FRIENDS AND U WERE THERE FOR HER WHEN SHE NEEDED ONE...I HOPE THAT THE COMING TIME WILL BE EASY FOR YOU...HARVEY


Posted on December 10, 2012
Posted by: Ron Thompson
From: Larchmont NY

Message: What can be said that hasn't already been expressed? There are times in our life when we are challenged. This is a family that has experienced significant challenges over the past year. Sometimes those challenges seem insurmountable. We can only draw comfort from a reflection of the life that was lived. Not having the privilege of knowing Mr. Salowitz, I can only draw conclusions from three sources. 1. He helped raise a daughter that I know rather well, Randi. Who, on her own, is quite remarkable. 2. He was a WWII vet. As I care for a WWII vet myself I know there aren't many around and those that are around are quite special. 3. A marriage of 62 years. Those three sources of information indicate a remarkable life was lived. Many thanks, posthumously, for his service and for the sacrifice of those around him. May you draw comfort from the awareness of his remarkable life.


Posted on December 10, 2012
Posted by: Marc
From: Newington CT

Message: I am so sorry for your loss. I know this has been a difficult journey for you all and my thoughts are prayers are with you at this time.


Posted on December 12, 2012
Posted by: ARTHUR & EVELYN GANDELMAN
From: BLOOMFIELD CT

Message: DEAR SHIRLY-WE ARE VERY SORRY TO READ THAT YOU LOST YOUR HUSBAND. WE WISH YOU THE BEST OF EVERYTHING.


Posted on December 11, 2012
Posted by: Lauren Humphrey
From: Middletown CT

Message: Susan & family, Please accept my sincere condolences. May your many happy memories with Sidney help ease the pain of this loss. Keeping you in my thoughts, Lauren H.


Posted on December 11, 2012
Posted by: Jacquelyn Dijmarescu
From: Newington CT

Message: Dear Susan and family, Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Jackie and Claudio


Posted on January 15, 2013
Posted by: Phyllis Perry
From: Bloomfield CT

Message: Susan, I’ve thought of you often over the past week or so, and I wanted to express my continuing sorrow over the loss of your father. I am praying that the issues and feelings that people tend to encounter at various points during their grief that you find meaningful ways to handle them. My heart goes out to you and your family. There are no magical words to bring an end to your pain. Loss of a parent can be the loss of a best friend, our childhood, and an important part of our identity. Others may not recognize the deep and extensive emotional ties we shared. You may feel as one man stated, “So many people I know have never met my father or seen us together, so they simply can't understand the depth of my grief.” Grief takes time, and grief is work. Much of this is emotional work. Countless people put off their grief. Remember that one of the most important ways to care for those who depend on you is to take good care of yourself. If you are attending to your own needs in a healthy way, you will be much more capable of meeting their needs as well. Grief doesn’t just affect people emotionally; it also affects them physically. Many people experience a loss of appetite, have difficulty sleeping, suffer from a lack of energy, or experience other physical symptoms. My thought here is for you to go the extra mile for yourself and treat yourself as the important person you are. I hope you find these words reassuring in the days and weeks to come. Remember, the fog is only temporary. It may linger at times or come and go for a while, but sooner or later it will lift. May God bring you comfort and peace during this difficult time. Through faith, the hope that you have for this pain to ease will come to pass.


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