The online guestbook for Elinor Sachs

Posted on July 25, 2016
Posted by: Jane E. Stone (nee Hartstone)
From: Bainbridge Island WA

Message: I remember Norrie (and her brother Daniel) very well and fondly. We all rode together to Sunday school at Temple Emanuel in Lynbrook. Norrie was a classmate of mine for many, many years. She was special then and obviously continued to be special for the rest of her life.

Posted on July 25, 2016
Posted by: Arlene and Lenny Lippman
From: Bloomfield CT

Message: Cindy and family,Please accept our sincere condolences on your loss. Out thoughts are with you at this difficult time.. We have fond memories of your mother, especially when our havurah group got together over the high holidays. Arlene and Lenny Lippman and the entire Lippman family

Posted on July 25, 2016
Posted by: Jan and Harold Moskowitz
From: West Hartford Ct

Message: Unfortunately we were away but we wanted to extend our condolences to the family at this difficult time. I worked with Nori for many years and she helped bring the science of mammography to the Hartford area helping so many women. Hopefully time will soften your loss

Posted on July 28, 2016
Posted by: Fran and Barry Lazarus
From: Denver CO

Message: We are saddened to hear or Nori's passing.

Posted on August 06, 2016
Posted by: Jennifer Leeds
From: Walnut Creek CA

Message: Norrie was an amazing woman, fellow Cornell alum, and a special cousin. My memories of Norrie extend back to Passover seders on Long Island in the early 1970s and continue up to visits with Norrie and Jeremy at their home in Connecticut. When I look at the artwork that Norrie gave me and which hangs on my walls in my home I will think of her often. I tried my best to get her the best advice on medications to treat the nasty disease that took her too early and will make sure that more is done to understand this condition. Rest in peace Norrie.

Posted on August 10, 2016
Posted by: Jan Marie Steckel
From: Oakland California

Message: I'm Norrie's husband Jeremy's first cousin once removed. I got to know Norrie better in the last couple months of her life than I had known her for the decade before, through conversations we had on the telephone and photographs of her paintings she sent me. She was strong, smart, practical, rational, artistic, and unflinching in her accurate appraisals of her own health. I admired her a great deal, loved her, and will miss her. We were all very lucky to have known her.

Posted on July 22, 2016
Posted by: Bobbi McNeil
From: Simsbury CT

Message: I worked with Elinor when she joined the radiologists at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Although I did not work in Mammography, we became friends and shopped together for fashion. We would have lunch after our shopping and spend wonderful time together sharing our stories. Nori as we called her was kind and compassionate and that is how I always remembered her after I went on to work at Hartford Hospital. I am a Radiologic Technologist. I would see her at the University of Hartford at an event and we would catch up briefly before a performance. I offer my condolences to you the family and hope all the memories you have will guide you through your grief. Keep the memories close because they do keep her memory alive. Harold Moskowitz, MD is away and he asked that I express his deepest sympathy for the loss is a devoted radiologist and colleague, Bobbi McNeil

Posted on July 22, 2016
Posted by: Feige Stern
From: Cleveland Oh

Message: I will always remember Norrie fondly. She was a loving presence in the lives of our son in law Dan and his wife, our daughter, Estee and their children. It was always a pleasure to see her at family events and I will miss her.

Posted on July 23, 2016
Posted by: Amy Miller Cohen
From: Bethlehem PA

Message: My condiolences to Jeremey, Danny and Cindy and their families. Norrie was one of my earliest and dearest childhood friends and though we didn't see each other often after Leaving Long Island, we kept in touch. I have fond nemories of times spent On Cloverfield Road South especially in Harry and Jean's kitchen where One could read the posted saying "Men may work from sun to sun but women's work is bever done." Rest in Peace dear Norrie

Posted on July 23, 2016
Posted by: Paula Ignatow Cohen
From: New York NY

Message: I have fond memories of Norrie from Forest Road School through South High School. She was a lovely girl and a very accomplished woman.

Posted on July 24, 2016
Posted by: Gaby Cohen
From: Foxboro Massachusetts

Message: To my dear friend and colleague, my heart is broken, I miss you already and hope that you rest in peace. Love Gaby

Posted on August 03, 2016
Posted by: Jeremy Sachs
From: Bloomfield CT

Message: Reading all these heart-warming comments goes a long way toward helping me deal with the sadness of losing a companion who was just beginning to truly enjoy her life in retirement. I was head-over-heels in love with her, and I still am. Perhaps I can write more cogently later on, when I have the sadness under better control. Jeremy

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