The online guestbook for Ruth Kleiman

Posted on January 14, 2014
Posted by: Edith and Marvin Catler
From: Sarasota Florida

Message: We knew your mother and father for many years in West Hartford. I tried, with your father's help, to technically provide a special air conditioning unit and filter to comfort Mark's life. But most of all we recall the deep love your parents had for each other. We're sorry to hear of your loss.

Posted on January 14, 2014
Posted by: Arlene Neiditz
From: West Hartford Ct

Message: I loved your mother. I met her at a Trchnion Society meeting years and years ago and always enjoyed being with her. She was a very special person and I know she will be sorely missed. Condolences to all your family. Arlene Neiditz

Posted on January 14, 2014
Posted by: Pamela Byrnes
From: Niantic CT

Message: Dear Dicky and Teddy - My memories of Aunt Ruthie are filled with the smiles she always brought to us as kids. Looking at her picture I see her sitting under the umbrella on the beach with Dottie and my mother, maybe Ann Kaplan and Aunt Bea. She was a loving and gentle soul...she was a blessing to have in my life and my family. Take care. Love, Pammy

Posted on January 14, 2014
Posted by: Jessica Meltsner, Retired RDH
From: West Hartford CT

Message: Dearest Richard, I have wonderful memories of Ruthie and your dear father. They always made me feel like family. I speak of them quite often to my husband. May she rest in Peace. May you find comfort with friends and the warmth of family. Most fondly, Jessica Meltsner (Retired RDH)

Posted on January 14, 2014
Posted by: Miriam MIller
From: West Hartford CT

Message: I remember sitting with Ruth when we were embrodering the squares for the album quilt that now hangs prominently on the main floor of the Noah Webster Library in the center of West Hartford. She did the square of the horse-drawn trolley. Whenever I visit the library I think of her and challenge and pleasure that project was to her. With happy thoughts, Miriam Miller, a long-time docent and historical interpreter at the Noah Webster House

Posted on February 02, 2014
Posted by: Sue & Charles Lynch
From: west hartford CT

Message: Dear Kleiman Family, We are sorry for the loss of your mother. If you would like to retrieve the wrought iron lamppost sign that reads "Kleiman 58," it is next door with Eileen Foley. Chazz and Sue Lynch

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