Dear Jenny, Bob, and Devens Family,
My parents told me about Maria's illness, and were in awe of her strength and persistence. I have been out of touch with you since I moved out of the area, but Maria nevertheless left an indelible impression on me long ago, as a passionate, empathetic and intelligent young woman. I am so sorry for your loss. With love to you all, Jennifer Gabriel Weiler
I was so sad to hear of Maria's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends at this very difficult time. I know there will forever be a void at Family Medicine- UIC. She was a great person to know.
To Maria's Family,
We at Mount Assisi Academy extend our sympathy. We found out about Maria's death in the newspaper and had no idea how sick she was. We loved Marie at Mt.Assisi and will always remember her lively personality, her creativity, her intelligence, and her love of the color purple. We extend our love and prayers, Sr. Jude Marie and all the Sisters at Mount Assisi Acaemy.
I had the pleasure of working with Maria in college and she was truly a “delightful” person. She loved that word and taught me its truest meaning. Today, whenever I use it I still think of her. She took delight in everything and she brought you right along with her. I am so sorry that we lost touch as our lives took different paths. I remember her fondly, and I am inspired to see the wonderful influence she has had on others.
Dear Devens Family, I am so sorry for your loss.
I was deeply saddened to hear the news of Maria's passing. Maria and I were psychology interns at The UIC Psychiatric Institute. I fondly remember Maria as a very smart, driven woman who was also funny and warm. She touched many, many lives, including mine. My deepest sympathy to her family.