My sincere condolances, especially to Elizabeth, who was tirelessly at her mother's side these last several months. I have no doubt that Evie knew that you were there every day and many nights, and that she knew how deep and genuine your love for her was. And to Alex, who , despite distance, visited his grandmother often. May your memories be of Evie as she lived and loved, and may that ease some of your loss.
To: Jean, Judy, and Beth;
Upon reading the recent obituary notice in the Rochester paper of your mother, Evelyn Kamman, I was inspired to send my condolences to you daughters. Evie seems to have led a life of accomplishment, and was clearly admired by her family. My brief connection to Evie was through your grandparents, Nellie and Blink. I would see them as a young girl, and then years later, married, Nellie would stay at my house when visiting Ceal and Art, my grandparents. This would be during the 60's. My mother, Mimi, kept in touch with your father, and I also, saw Zora a few times in the years before he died. Zora's first cousin, Stanley Corris, 90 years old, son of Mamie Corris, and his wife, live in Buffalo.
My husband Mel and I (I am the oldest of "our" generation of cousins
whose grandmothers were Mamie, Ceal and Nellie), live here in Rochester - our three children live out of town with their families, my daughter, Julie, actually, lives in Brookline.
I just wanted to acknowledge the passing of Evie, whom I have warm memories of, with our sympathy - and to joggle your memory of distant cousins.
Yours truly, Ann Dworkin Braverman
1521 East Avenue
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. Please find peace and comfort in Psalms 65:2.
I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. I pray you can draw comfort and encouragement from Rev 22:4.