Dear Kate and Natalie, You don't know me but I was a good friend of both your parents when they were first married and we lived in the same apartment building. I have very fond memories of talking politics, reviewing books and playing bridge late into the night. . . I lost touch, as often happens, but they were a touchstone of that part of my life. I can only imagine what wonderful and interesting parents they were. Please accept my deepest sympathy. I am so sorry that you lost them at such young ages. Sincerely, Karen Woolsey (Margison)
I knew Annie and Phil at Cornell and spent time with both Ann's family and Ann & Phil's family into the 1980's. I knew Ann as a vital and interesting person and I am saddened at her loss.
I am unknown to Anne's family but recall with fondness briefly knowing Anne while she attended Oxford School. She was on my bucket list to see again but sadly it was not to happen. I am pleased she had such a full and happy life.
Kate and Natalie, I am so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
As a former colleague at Clipper Group, I admired her wit and wisdom as we collaborated on many subjects. I know her lose will be grieved but with many cherished memories.