The online guestbook for Lois Isaacson

Posted on June 05, 2014
Posted by: sheila golden-baker
From: gloucester MA

Message: I am so sorry to hear of Lois's passing. She was a wonderful, warm human being. She was alwasy wonderful to my parents, Ed and Annette Golden, always including them in her simchas.Our sympathies go to Herb and the rest of the family. Sheila Golden-Baker and Tom Baker

Posted on June 04, 2014
Posted by: The Rubins
From: Sandy Springs GA

Message: The world lost a wonderful person. Lois will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers go to the entire family. Love, Us

Posted on June 04, 2014
Posted by: marilyn and alan byer
From: The Villages FL

Message: Dear Herb, Brett, Amy, and Ben, We send our deepest sympathy to you on the loss of your beloved wife and mother. Lois was the most joyous person and we will remember her most fondly. May your best memories of times shared help you through this deep sadness. Love, Marilyn and Alan Byer

Posted on June 04, 2014
Posted by: Charles Mischel
From: South Windsor Connecticut

Message: To our wonderful neighbor. Our memories will always be found a d pleasant.

Posted on June 05, 2014
Posted by: Art and Carol Bruce
From: Wethersfield ct

Message: Know that you were loved.

Posted on June 05, 2014
Posted by: Peggy Cherrick
From: New London CT

Message: I will always remember Hi-Lo's wonderful smile. She is an amazing lady and will be greatly missed by many. My love to her family & friends, she is a strong spirit & will be with you always.

Posted on June 05, 2014
Posted by: Gary & Joy Berman
From: Weatogue CT

Message: Dear Herb,Brett,Ben,Amy and families, I am so sorry to hear about your lost of such a fantastic person. I have enjoyed working for Lois for over 16 years and she has taught me so much. I never have met a more positive and outgoing person as her. Lois has also given me the opportunity to see the world and meet many wonderful people along the way. There is not many people who are as lucky as I am to follow in somewhat her foot steps and carry on the name Friendship Tour. I would strongly have to say she was the best mentor I ever had. I will miss her terribly. Now she will have the chance to continue to bring wonderful smiles to everyone in her new home in heaven

Posted on June 05, 2014
Posted by: Roger & Barbara Bruttomesso
From: Avon Ct

Message: Herp-We were saddened to read of your loss.Our condolences to you and your family.

Posted on June 05, 2014
Posted by: Eve Magoon
From: Ellington CT

Message: I'm so very sorry to hear of Lois's passing.. I have known Lois since I was a teenager. She was friends with my Mom when they graduated from travel school! What a wonderful woman she was... My mother considered her a very good friend! I will miss her terribly and wish only the very best to her children, grandchildren and husband. She was an amazing woman but I'm sure you all know that already! Thank you Lois for giving me this wonderful opportunity of being a tour guide for bus trips! I can't tell you how many people think I'm the luckiest person alive for having the job that I have and it’s all because of you! I'm sure you and Mom and so many other friends will be traveling together in Heaven! Rest in Peace Lois.

Posted on June 10, 2014
Posted by: Judy Schwartz
From: Bloomfield Ct

Message: Our sincere condolences to your family, on the loss of Lois. She was a lovely, special lady. May her memory remain a blessing. Love, Judy, Scott and family, Jeffrey and Family and Amy Bernheim and family.

Posted on June 05, 2014
Posted by: Anna Maruca
From: Wethersfield CT

Message: I met Lois thru CHS trips. She was a wonderful woman and made you feel like a good friend--always remembering your name. I will miss her. Rest in peace Hi-Lo.

Posted on June 05, 2014
Posted by: Lorraine Ruhl
From: Lancaster PA

Message: Lois was one of a kind and so respected in the hospitality industry with a servitude attitude towards her partners and customers. As one of your partners, you will be sorely missed Lois. Hugs to your family, may your cherished memories keep you surrounded in comfort during these difficult days as love never leaves us.

Posted on June 05, 2014
Posted by: peter keefe
From: new hartford ct

Message: To Herb and Ben and families......Yea Lord, have compassion on the children of thy creation and support them in their times of sadness.

Posted on June 05, 2014
Posted by: Jill Levine
From: Windsor CT

Message: I am saddened to learn of Lois' passing. What great fun it was to go on one of Lois' trips allowing us to visit places we never would have seen had it not been for her vast list of contacts. On a special occasion, my husband and I traveled to California and it was Lois' suggestions of places to see that made our trip one that we will never forget. My sincere sympathy to her husband and children but know that you were truly blessed to call Lois wife, mother and grandmother. To all of us, she was a friend.

Posted on June 05, 2014
Posted by: Jessie Harding
From: Bristol Connecticut

Message: With deepest sympathy for the Isaacson family.

Posted on June 05, 2014
Posted by: Wayne & Donnalou Rollins
From: West Hartford CT

Message: Lois has brought us many happy memories and many travel blessings. She continues to be an "angel" for all of us.

Posted on June 05, 2014
Posted by: Geoffrey Tracy
From: Washington District of Columbia

Message: Brett, Amy, and Ben, A deep sadness hit me when I heard this news this morning. My father passed the obituary on to me and later I saw it online. I think about all the good stuff your mom did. An entrepreneur from the early days, a working woman, a loving mom, someone who looked out for all the kids in the neighborhood. She smiled a lot as I remember it. I can hear her voice. I'll be thinking of you all this week. I'm reminded by this sad news to live life well. Norah and I pass along our condolences. Our best to all of you, your families, and your father. -Geoff Tracy & Norah O'Donnell

Posted on June 05, 2014
Posted by: David Ruran
From: West Hartford CT

Message: Having served as Educational Director at Beth El Temple for many years, during which time the Isaacson children attended the Religious School, I was privileged to have had many conversations with Lois. She was a wonderful, caring, person and extremely interested in her children's Jewish education. Y'hee Zichra Baruch, May her memory be for a blessing.

Posted on June 05, 2014
Posted by: Dott Wild
From: East Hampton CT

Message: Ben, Brett, Amy, Dad and families: My heart aches along with the 1000s of others and yours at this sad and difficult time. Hi-Lo was a unique blessing to all of us who were fortunate enough to know and admire her. Her professionalism and persona during all my many business arrangements with her remain unmatched. She ALWAYS exemplified FUN and 'family' with each new adventure planned for myself and the Pratt & Whitney retirees over many years. It is with appreciation and gratefulness of your sharing this remarkable gift of God with myself and many others. Lois brought much sunshine and 'friendship' into each occasion along with hubby, Amy, Ben and Brett. We all grew to love and respect each of you and your sincere efforts helping Hi-Lo whom unfailingly always acknowledged each of you as well as her staff and vendors used. To know she has joined my own Jim as another of God's angels pacifies my own soul and may His deserving peace now surround her. Dott Wild/Past President P&WA retirees, East Hartford, CT

Posted on June 05, 2014
Posted by: Fran and Barry Lazarus
From: Denver CO

Message: Lois had the best laugh and warmest smile of anyone we have known. For more than 20 years we shared laughs, good meals and bad, and a spirit of camaraderie and friendship as members of The Gourmet Club. She was a can do person who was able to juggle being a wife to her loving husband, Herb, her adoring children, Ben, Amy, and Brett, and her many admiring friends, while running Friendship Tours. Lois, we will miss you. Love, Barry and Fran

Posted on June 05, 2014
Posted by: Ray and Deb Dickson
From: New Britain CT

Message: With deepest sympathy for the Isaacson family. May time bring you peace and healing in Lois's memory. Ray and Deb Dickson

Posted on June 05, 2014
From: Hartford CT


Posted on June 05, 2014
Posted by: Fay Merkin Clymer
From: East Lyme CT

Message: Sincerest condolences to all the Issacson family on the loss of a very special lady...I remember meeting a wonderful warm,charming,friendly Mom at Amy's wedding shower all those years ago.How lucky you all were for having known her and her being in your lives.May she rest-in-peace now...directing all the special tours 'on-high'.A loss at any age truly diminishes us all..G-d bless the Issacson/Schoen families in your time of need...shalom and love..Fay(Clymer) and my family here and across-the-pond

Posted on June 06, 2014
Posted by: Richard L Owen Jr
From: New Britain CT

Message: Brett , Amy and Family , I am deeply saddened to hear of Hi-Lo's passing . I feel privileged to have known this remarkable lady . She continues to bring smiles to many faces . To Friendship !

Posted on June 06, 2014
Posted by: Ted Simon
From: Coventry CT

Message: Lois'es untimely passing hit me like the proverbial ton of bricks. I was saddened by this news and I share in your sorrow, knowing that my in-laws and Lois'es parents were already friends years ago in Winsted. My heartfelt condolences to you, Herb, and your family. May God give you strength to overcome your loss with peace of mind.

Posted on June 06, 2014
Posted by: Robert Finney
From: Colinsville Connecticut

Message: My condolences to the Isaacson family. Remember the good times as you gather together. Blessings, Rob

Posted on June 06, 2014
Posted by: Steve Chambers
From: West Hartford CT.

Message: Brett & Family: My deepest sympathy. Steve Chambers ~ W.H.H.H.S. '91.

Posted on June 06, 2014
Posted by: Roz Bobrow Hahn
From: West Hartford CT

Message: Dear Herb and Family- How very, very sad about Lois's passing. She was an incredible woman and made so many people the better for having known her! I feel privileged to be one of them! May all the treasured memories you all have be a source of comfort now! Fondly, Roz Bobrow Hahn

Posted on June 11, 2014
Posted by: David Isaacson
From: Watertown MA

Message: The smiles and laughter and caring heart are what I remember most. Lois's dedication to her family and making her house a home for Herbert and the children was obvious and memorable even as she built a thriving business. The world has clearly lost a bright light who warmed so many people's lives in so very many ways. With Love, David and Barbara Isaacson

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