Ed and family, I am very sorry for your loss. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers. Andrea Sobieraj and family
I knew Wendy at RIC when I was studying drama there; she was a wonderful, warm-hearted person and she will be missed.
My condolences to all the Feller family members.
Oh, Ed, I just heard from Dan about Wendy and am still trying to get my head around the idea she is gone. You and she and Sophie and Alex were all so important in our lives all those years ago, on that magical trip through the Grand Canyon. It was such a short time - at last in relative terms, although I'm not sure I thought so while we fried our butts off in the hot sun and then shivered our way through ice cold, soapless baths in the river - but your impact on us was profound. We have all walked down so many difficult roads from time to time since then, but I have always carried all of you in my heart and always wish that time. distance, and our divergent lives had not kept us from being closer through the years. Just think...Wendy must be "knock, knock, knocking' on heaven's do-oh-or" even as we speak. May my love for her and you and your family help give you comfort at this sad and difficult time.
Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time. Wendy will be remembered as a beautiful soul.
Dearest Ed, Alex, and Sophie,
We are so deeply saddened and wish desperately that we could be with you. Know that you are in our hearts, our thoughts, our prayers always. Wendy was a vibrant, talented, intelligent, funny and fun woman with a huge heart. We feel honored to have known her and loved her as we love you.
Ed and Family,
Condolences for your loss.
Dear Ed, Wendy was an amazing woman with an amazing talent. It has been many years since our Wickenden Gate days, but the memories of her performances are still bright. Her kindness and good humor will live on in everyone who was touched by knowing her. My deepest sympathies to you and your family in this difficult time.
My condolences to you and your family.
I spent a very special year or so working alongside Wendy at Looking Glass Theater a long time ago. Her wit, her energy, her talent, her warm heart, and more will be so missed.
Wendy was one of a kind, an enormous soul in a tiny frame, who could and did make you smile at the mention of her name .. On stage she both provoked and invoked the full gamut, leaving you roaring or breaking your heart with a talent that seemed effortless. In person she was warm , sweet and astonishingly courageous.
Ed, I have not met you or your family, but please accept our true condolences at Wendy's passing. She will be greatly missed.
Dear Ed and Family - My deepest condolences on your loss. What a remarkable, inspiring, brave struggle the last few years.
I am so sorry to hear of Wendy's passing. She fought long and hard, and was always such a positive and energetic person, through it all. My heart is with you.
Dear Ed & Family, My thoughts and prayers are with all of you as you endure this loss. My deepest condolences.
Lori Avallone (Alpert Medcal School)
Ed and Family. Diane and I have you in our thoughts and prayers. Our deep condolences.
Ed and Diane Iannuccilli
Ed and Family. Diane and I have you in our thoughts and prayers.
Ed and Diane Iannuccilli
I will always remember Wendy. She lit up the world (onstage and off) in a way that few do. As a writer, she brought to life words that I wrote in a way that no one else could. Ultimately, I wrote characters specifically with her in mind. She was my muse. Off stage, she had an unbelievable generosity both large and small. When my partner John and I bought our home, the only house-warming gift we received came from Wendy: a welcome mat which sits outside our door today and reminds us about her every time we cross the threshold. Good-bye my friend. You were loved and will be missed.
Ed and family,
Don & I were saddened to learn of Wendy's death. We surely know what a long road that you both have traveled. We are thinking of you and your children.
Anita & Don Kaufman
Ed and Family,
I knew Wendy through the RI theater community. She was one of the most talented actors I ever worked with or saw on stage. I first saw her do a Wendy Wasserstein monologue at 2nd Story Theatre during one of the early Short Attention Span Waves. I asked, "who IS that??! She's hysterical." She faced her illness with such dignity and strength. Every time I saw her at a local theater production she made a point to come over and give me a hug and ask how I was. When I asked her how SHE was feeling, she'd give me that great smile and laugh. "Ok. I'm doing Ok. Now what've YOU been up to..." Sending you good thoughts and good memories of a special lady.
Wendy was a very special and loving person. Please accept our condolences on her passing. We have nothing but positive thoughts about her.
Elaine and Erik Rifkin (Baltimore MD)
Dear Dr. Feller,
Please accept our sincere condolences on the passing of your beloved wife.
Beverly and Joseph Leylegian
Wendy was a wonderful friend and always an inspiration in those far-off days when Sophie and Eli were in school together at MB. Her joy, her enthusiasm, her good sense, and her laughter were sustaining. Please accept sincere condolences from the whole Cane family.
Wendy was a talented actor and a wonderful woman. I specifically asked her to take the leading role in "The Female Entertainer" at Alias Stage in 1991, because I knew her heart could fill the stage. My heart and thoughts go out to her family in their time of loss.
Ed, please accept my condolences on Wendy's passing and know that we are all here for you for whatever you might need.
Deepest sympathy on your loss.
Though I only met you once, evidence of your light and joy is present in my dear friend, your daughter Sophie, who has always had the most wonderful admiration for you. I am grateful that Sophie has had such a loving presence in her life and that I can know you through her.
Wendy was a joy to the world. She brought a light to every space she entered. I am so happy to have known her, if only briefly and through theatre, and will remember her always. My deepest condolences.
You live on and will never be forgotten. We love you.