The online guestbook for Sylvia Gordon

Posted on January 18, 2015
Posted by: Cheryl Lassoff and Family
From: West Hartford CT

Message: The most unselfish person I have ever known. Aunt Syl was there in a blink of an eye, when my Mom passed away, if not for her and Uncle Jack I don't know how I would have made it through the day. Caring, wonderful, always interested in you never about herself. She will be dearly missed and forever loved. Heart breaking to think that all the Older Gordon's are gone. From Bubbie and Zadie, to all the brothers and sisters. We are so blessed that she was OUR FAMILY.

Posted on January 20, 2015
Posted by: Ellen K Roth
From: Bloomfield CT

Message: Dear Howard and family, My deepest condolences for your dear mother. I will always remember her kind smile and zest for life. We shared many Hadassah meetings together where she always had a kind, thoughtful word about the program. When the Hartford Chapter of Hadassah planned and organized a Nurses Chapter in 1989, Sylvia was one of our initial members. I was proud to work with her. Her philosophy of choosing to be happy, content and appreciative of all that life offered were truly words of wisdom to live by. I feel very fortunate that she was my friend. She will always be in my heart. Ellen K Roth

Posted on January 20, 2015
Posted by: Rebecca Buksbaum
From: Scottsdale AZ

Message: Ron and I will always remember Sylvia the Head Nurse, and Sylvia our friend. I have missed her for a long time. At least now she and Jack will be reunited. Our condolences to the family. Becky and Ron

Posted on January 25, 2015
Posted by: Ruth S. Krems
From: Hartford CT

Message: To the Gordon family, My sincere condolences on Sylvia's passing. In the 80's I had the privilege of working with Sylvia on the Maternity floor/Nursery at Saint Francis. Sylvia was a true and inspiring leader. I was struck by her kind and ethical ways. Sylvia executed her duties well on behalf of the babies, their mothers and her staff. May she rest in peace.

Posted on July 26, 2015
Posted by: Annemarie O'Connor
From: Glastonbury Ct

Message: I only heard of your mom's passing this morning while talking with some friends from Hartford, one of whom is a former nurse from ST. Francis. I met your mom in the summer of 2010 and and was enriched by the many conversations we had, and her love of family and community, and the interfaith gatherings in the North End. My sincerest condolences on the loss of your mom and dad, both of them such gifts to so many people. Their legacy lives on! Peace of heart to all your family.

Posted on January 18, 2015
Posted by: Jeffrey And Robin Katz and family
From: Gladtonbury CT

Message: A great lady who will be missed. I remember when I was in medical school and volunteering at saint Francis hospital. She had her bypass surgery and even was teaching me then. My condolences. You were very fortunate to have her all this time.

Posted on January 18, 2015
Posted by: Gayle Wrubel winkler
From: Ventnor NJ

Message: Please accept my condolences on your loss. Over the many years I was married to Warren, Aunt Sylvia was always warm and welcoming and genuine and I loved her very much.

Posted on January 18, 2015
From: bloomfield ct

Message: remember the Jewish nurses. Many meetings were at her home. Sylvia was a lady who wore many hats.

Posted on January 18, 2015
Posted by: Sheryl Hoffman Simoni
From: West Hartford Ct

Message: To the children and family of Sylvia, my deepest sympathy at the passing of your mother. She was one of the most wonderful women I knew! I have many memories of growing up in her house on Hartland St, and I couldn't drive by the house on Mohegan without stopping in to say hello to Mr & Mrs G. With much love to you all...Sheryl

Posted on January 19, 2015
Posted by: Bob katz
From: West hartford Ct

Message: Aunt Syl will be dearly missed. She was an amazing person with so much giving throughout the years. I used the ride my bike to the house on Mohawk for my weekly dose of wisdom. She and uncle jack were so good to us all and always were there for bubbly Sarah. She was loved!

Posted on January 20, 2015
Posted by: Mitchell Cohen
From: Glastonbury CT

Message: Dear Howard, Bobby, Jon, and Susie: I received a call from my sister on Saturday about your mom's passing. Nancy and I were in New York City for the weekend, and returned only yesterday afternoon; I would otherwise have attended the funeral, and I am truly sorry that I was not able to do so. Your Mom was a wonderful person, and I have so many memories of her when we all lived on Hartland St. We were all so close back then, and, of all the people who shaped our childhood, your Mom was one of the most important influences on all of us. Her generosity, particularly with her time, and her caring nature can never be forgotten.

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