The online guestbook for Harriet Giddon

Posted on August 06, 2014
Posted by: Ruth Saphirstein
From: E. Hampton CT

Message: Dear Pam and Richard, My thoughts and prayers are with you. I remember all those holidays our families have spent together. And so many more childhood memories we all shared. Know that I am thinking of you all and will see you very soon. Love, Ruthie

Posted on August 06, 2014
Posted by: Bunny and Irving Sapihirstin
From: New Rochelle NY

Message: Pam and Richard - We are thinking of you in your time of loss. We wish we could be there for you and for the service to honor your mother, but unfortunately we are now in long-time care at United Hebrew in New Rochelle, NY. But you know we are always by your sides! Love always, Bunny and Irving

Posted on August 05, 2014
Posted by: Judy Rosenthal
From: Hartford Connecticut

Message: Dear Pam, Your mother was truly an elegant, genuinely kind hearted woman, who was a leader of her generation. I know how proud you were of her, and I hope that you use those wonderful memories you often share, when you remember her and your dad. Harriet will be truly missed, and may her memory be for a blessing. It was distinct pleasure to have known her, especially in the very unique way we met. Please know she is at peace now, and I hope that with time, you can find some peace as well. Fondly, Judy Rosenthal

Posted on August 05, 2014
Posted by: Arlene Neiditz
From: West Hartford CT

Message: Pam-So sorry about Mother. I always admired her, her charm, intelligence and warmth, from our earliest meeting at WWers and throughout the years. Dan and I extend our deepest condolences to you and your family. Arlene Neiditz

Posted on August 07, 2014
Posted by: Barbara Levine
From: Avon CT

Message: So sorry to hear that Harriet has passed away and also sorry that I will be unable to be with you at the funeral or during visiting hours.I have many happy memories of times shared together with both of your parents. My thoughts are with you at this time.

Posted on August 07, 2014
Posted by: Gypsy
From: Newington CT

Message: Growing up right behind the Giddon's home in West Hartford I can only remember how beautiful Mrs Giddon always presented herself she was such a gracious person always inviting us in for something to eat the legacy she left for all of us is a country mile long , she will be missed in body but never in her spirit, that will remain in all our hearts . You had a great run Mrs Giddon god bless you , a neighbor from the " old hood " Gypsy Joe Grillo

Posted on August 07, 2014
Posted by: Wendy Cole
From: Bryn Mawr PA.

Message: Dear Pam and Richard,I'm so sorry I can not be with you.After I wiped away my tears,I noticed the reference to her hors d'ouevres in the obituary.And my sorrow, briefly, was replaced with a vast amount of memories...her visiting me in Boston with her Aunt Harriet care packages. Always hoping they would include her cheese puffs. Her letting me climb the tree at our grandparents home, walking on Jennings Beach with her and grandmom Lynn.Most importantly,I could not have asked for a better aunt. Always there for me without hesitation. Love, Wendy

Posted on August 18, 2014
Posted by: Chris Dunbar
From: Windsor CT

Message: Our sympathies and prayers to Pam's and Richard's families. It is so very difficult to lose a parent. Both Harriet and Arthur were extremely good friends with my mother, Mollie Dunbar. My daughter, Tiffany Wandy and I were included in many joyful activities and visits.Harriet was a wonderful, thoughtful, good conversationalist and fun person person always looking impeccable. She will be missed by many. Love, Mollie, Tiffant and Chris

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