Guestbook

The online guestbook for Leonard E. Greenberg

Posted on July 10, 2017
Posted by: Dr. Bennett Miller
From: Atlantis FL.

Message: Phyllis - so sad that you and the community have lost a unique, generous person. The time in the Bahamas when he and I jumped up and danced with our arms and legs, waving and feet twisting while you and Elaine smiled but couldn't understand that we were expressng the joy in our hearts and the magic of life. My sympathy to you, Ilene, Robert and the rest of the family. Bennett


Posted on July 10, 2017
Posted by: henry m zchs
From: Farmington ct

Message: With great sorrow, the Hartford Jewish and Trinity community have lost a good friend. At Beth El, he provided with Simon Konover, the Chapel and at Trinity he provided and endowed the Greenberg Center and without him, there might have been no Trinity Hillel. Not to mention the world is so greatful to him for the Cabbage Patch dolls. A great man. He will be missed byall. Henry M.Zachs


Posted on July 10, 2017
Posted by: David Brody
From: Andover New Jersey

Message: The photo of Lenny is great! He certainly aged well. Phyllis and Lenny, along with Doris and Herby, were the only neighbors we referred to by their first names. We were lucky kids to have grown up with such good neighbors. When I think of the Greenberg I think of times with Bobby (WA1TCU). Lenny and Phyllis were among the very few people I knew of that generation who went to college. I hope Lenny went easily after a good, long life. Good thoughts go out to all on his behalf. David


Posted on July 11, 2017
Posted by: Leonard & Karin Miller
From: Chestnut Hill MA

Message: Forevermore, part of our Nantucket memories for our entire family.Beach chats, business advice, political debates....and, sitting in the Unitarian Church benches for High Holidays, anxiously awaiting the shoulder tap and "invitation" to step up to the Bimah for a reading! Our island Patriarch will be sorely missed. Rest in peace Dear Leonard. xoxo The Miller Family


Posted on July 11, 2017
Posted by: Ursula Korzenik
From: Bloomfield CT

Message: Yes, I have many fond memories of Leonard and the kindness that he and Phyllis showed to Armand and me. Armand related numerous stories about Lenny's and Armand's younger lives and they had been friends for many years. I no longer drive and therefore I am unable to attend the funeral service. Phyllis, you will have many wonderful memories of all your years together. Thinking of you, Ursula


Posted on July 11, 2017
Posted by: Leonard
From: Windsor CT

Message: Phyllis --- I am very sorry to hear of Leonard's passing. He and I spent countless hours in his basement back, in Weaver High School days, building model airplanes. We once strung an intercom from his house to mine, through the back yards, three houses away --- on, of course, Westbourne Parkway. We could not believe that it worked! I accompanied him on his first driving lesson, conducted by Maurice, his father. I remember him admonishing Leonard to keep both hands on the wheel. He certainly did that in many ways throughout his life.


Posted on July 13, 2017
Posted by: Roberta Spivack
From: Hopedale MA

Message: Dear Phyllis & Families ,I hold dear the many blessed memories of past years. Lenny`s devotion & love to family, relatives, his many "communities" are precious lessons for all to follow . his dignity & words of wisdom & work ethic,besides his generosity left their mark to all that knew him & you. Love always,Roberta


Posted on July 14, 2017
Posted by: Stuart Wexelman
From: Boca Raton FL

Message: Dear Bob and the entire Greenberg Family: My wife Shari and I would like to express our sympathies on the loss of Leonard. I remember him faithfully attending all the events both Large and small at DKJA. He was always there for his children and grandchildren and that is certainly worth praising. He will be missed. With huge admiration.... Stuart Wexelman


Posted on July 12, 2017
Posted by: Gene Murtha
From: New Hope pa

Message: So sorry to hear of this passing. Leonard was a titan in the toy industry, always a a fine and a decent man. Condolences to the family. Gene Murtha


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