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July 17, 2013
I remember Alexis 'though I did not know him well; his dear mother was a member of the Florida Philharmonic Guild when I was on the board of the orchestra, and she was a lovely lady; she was so proud of her son, and he was delightful to meet. His talent was remarkable, and when I read of their terrible time before they came to this country, I was so happy that that German guard was as enchanted as everyone who has heard him play, and helped them to escape, so that we could learn to know him and his wonderful skill!

Thank you, Alexis, may you rest in Peace and the knowledge that you have made a wonderful difference in all our lives!
Sincerely,
Janet S. Wright
Miami, Florida
February 29, 2012
As a person and pianist you impressed me more than any other has or will. A remarkable man and pianist. Thank you Alexis and Rest in Great Peace.

Graham, England
January 29, 2012
January 14, 2012

He was great fun, mischievous...full of life...I knew him when he was Sigi...and quite loved him.
January 14, 2012
To the Weissenberg Family,

Celebrating a life well lived, but still too short. We have lost a very talented and caring person in Mr.Weissenberg who will truly be missed by all who knew and loved him.

Seventy years is our life span, eighty years with special mightiness-Psalms 90:10

Matthew 5:5-"Happy are the mild-tempered ones, since they will inherit the earth".

The Grant Faily

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