The online guestbook for Ethel Lance

Posted on July 17, 2017
Posted by: Marla Cohen
From: Hartford CT - Connecticut

Message: I think of Ethel, every time I go to a library. I am a bookaholic because of her! She was the one who introduced me to all kinds of literature as a child at the Yeshiva of Hartford and encouraged me to read everything. She also shared her love for art, introducing me to the world's great paintings and leading me to seek them out in my travels. I will always remember her with a great deal of love every time I open a book. May her memory be for a blessing. Marla Cohen

Posted on July 14, 2017
Posted by: Roz Bobrow Hahn
From: West Hartford CT

Message: My sincerest condolences on the passing of Ethel. She was a remarkable, very special lady. May her name always be for a blessing.

Posted on July 15, 2017
Posted by: Ronna and a Mark Siegal
From: West Hartford CT

Message: Steve, So sorry for your loss.

Posted on July 16, 2017
Posted by: Geraldine Newman
From: New York NY

Message: Thank you for a long life of beauty and contribution.

Posted on July 24, 2017
Posted by: Steven Lance
From: West Hartford CT

Message: My brother, Paul, and I thank all of you for your kind words and for the huge turnout at her funeral. We're glad she had an impact on your lives and will live on in your memories. Best, Steve Lance

Posted on July 15, 2017
Posted by: Maureen Slane
From: West Hartford Connecticut

Message: I worked with Ethel when I was a children's librarian at Prosser Library and Ethel worked there as a volunteer. She was a lady with great dignity, a wonderful sense of humor, and a devotion to young readers. Even though it was way below her pay scale, Ethel meticulously covered new books and read most of them. She was always in search of the perfect picture book to read to her friends at the Bloomfield Public schools. She was a friend, a co worker and a person who always encouraged us. She always spoke with pride about her sons and grandsons. What a wonderful woman. I extend my deepest sympathy to her family. Sincerely, Maureen Slane

Posted on July 15, 2017
Posted by: Yinon&Ivy Kalazan, Avigail, Eliyahu Yehuda, Yael & Shimon
From: brooklyn NY

Message: Aunt Ethel sent us beautiful books for my children when they were young. We were living in Israel at the time and we would read those books again and again, strengthening my children's English vocabulary and sparking their imaginations. Over the last few years I always enjoyed speaking with Aunt Ethel on the phone . She was always sharp, on the ball and interested in everything going on! We will miss her!

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