Guestbook

The online guestbook for Lillian Siegel Bayer Marlow

Posted on June 30, 2017
Posted by: Louise Cooper Byron
From: Wilmington NC

Message: Wonderful person, caring, good sense of humor, highly regarded by all who knew her. May she rest in peace.


Posted on June 30, 2017
Posted by: Alan Jay Snyder
From: Pembroke Pines FL

Message: Lillian was one of the most gracious, vibrant and effervescent people I have ever known. My memories extend to when I was in Junior high school in Manchester (and I am 70 now). Although I moved from Manchester after I married in 1971, I relished the times I met Lillian, mostly at annual high holiday services which I attended with my parents and in-laws, all of whom lived in Manchester until their passing. I will always have a place in my heart for this marvelous lady and magnificent role model. Rest in peace.


Posted on July 01, 2017
Posted by: Sissy seader
From: Manchester Ct

Message: Hi I have been fortunate to have known Lil for 64 years and shared many events and laughs with her. She wS a unique woman. One of my favorite "liliisms" is when on her 90th birthday she was asked how she managed to live so long she quickly responded "I didn't, die"!!! Lil will be missed by all. She will always have a warm and special place in my heart. Sissy


Posted on June 29, 2017
Posted by: Susan Rubin
From: Manchester CT

Message: Ronnie,Laurie, Rosie Bess, Abraham & Philip, I am so sorry for your loss. Lil was larger than life . I am so grateful to be a part of your Shabbat family that allowed me the pleasure of Lil's company. I along with countless others will miss her. I will forever remember Lil for her wit, her frankness, her possessiveness of Rabbi Plavin, "Her" synagogue and her children and grandchildren. Rest In Peace Lil Marlow Love, Susan Rubin


Posted on June 29, 2017
Posted by: Judi and Phil Siegal
From: Ocala FL

Message: Phil and I send our sincere condolences to you and yours. Hers was a life well-lived.


Posted on June 30, 2017
Posted by: Steven M Hadge
From: Tolland CT

Message: Aaron and Family, Sorry to hear of the passing of your Mom. Thoughts and prayers for you and your family.


Posted on July 09, 2017
Posted by: Joan Marlow Golan
From: Forest Hills NY

Message: Lil was part of my life from the time of my birth, and my gratitude to her is beyond words. Above all, she was a great blessing to my father during their marriage, especially in her devotion to him when he was no longer himself. And in my widowhood, Lil, who knew what it was to lose a husband, was tremendously supportive. We were both stepdaughters and stepmothers, and we had many illuminating conversations about that relationship. A woman of great intelligence and understanding, Lil continued to learn and grow all her life, and I learned much from her about how to live and love. I also owe to Lil the best attribute anyone can have--an abiding sense of humor. As a young child who spent many hours at the Bayer house playing with my later stepsister, Linda, I learned from Lil how to see the comic side of any situation and find humorous sayings for all occasions. One of my favorite Lilisms was "When in doubt, throw it out"--which still helps me in the never-ending cycle of decluttering. Today we know that laughter is a crucial component of good health, and I thank Lil for teaching me how to laugh. She was also, of course, a wonderful cook, and at her house I first discovered the joys of lasagna as well as her legendary hamentashen and many other edible delights. I'm also grateful to Lil for the wonderful extended family that has enriched my and Kit's lives --not only Ron, Laurie, Rose, Abraham and Philip, but all the many (too many to name) lovely members of the Bayer and Horowitz clan whose embrace has meant so much to me and mine. After the tragedy of losing her own mother to a drunken driver, Lil had some truly tough years, but she rose above hardship and sorrow to become the loving, giving person she was, whose contributions to the Temple, the Capitol and the Jewish Historical Society, as well as to her family and other parts of the Manchester community, are her rich legacy. At 97, she was ready to go home to the Lord, where I hope to see her again one day, with a big hug and thanks for all the ways in which she enriched my life and made me a better person. Yeh-hi zikh-rah bah-rukh--may her memory be blessed.


Posted on July 01, 2017
Posted by: Jen Patrocinio
From: Manchester Connecticut

Message:


Posted on July 01, 2017
Posted by: Jen Patrocinio
From: Manchester Connecticut

Message: Lillian was a lovely neighbor. She loved giving the kids cookies and welcoming us into her home. She had best stories too.. always telling it like it is. We are out of town and heard of her passing and wanted to send our condolences. So very sorry for the loss of such a great lady.


Posted on July 02, 2017
Posted by: Tom Topping
From: Manchester Ct

Message: Ron and family- Sorry to hear of your mother's passing. She was the matriarch of a warm and wonderful family who we were blessed to be neighbors with back on Gerard St. You are all in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Tom Topping


Posted on July 03, 2017
Posted by: dennis j riley
From: norwich ct

Message: Arnie--I heard your mother used that name often during my 10-years in the Senate leadership office at the capitol...Lil was one of the finest people I have met in my long life...the world truly would be a much better place if it had more people like Lil...she was a tremendous person--in the fullest meaning of those words...I will remember her in my prayers (not that she needs them)


Posted on July 03, 2017
Posted by: Michelle DeBarge
From: Portland CT

Message: Dear Aaron, I did not know your mom, but she must have been a wonderful person to have raised a son like you. Sending my sincerest condolences to you, Laurie, and your family and also my heartfelt regards for a life well-lived. Michelle DeBarge


Posted on July 05, 2017
Posted by: Cindy Murchison
From: Manchester Ct

Message: I will miss you my dear friend,may the angels of God bring you safety to your new heavenly home. While God continue to watch over your family in your absence. Love always Cindy & family.


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