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August 19, 2018

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December 12, 2017
Toni-Lee, a special Sister-in-Law,

You were a rare and faithful Angel. Whenever I would call you for any recipe you never hesitated to share your special tried and true ones. A rare gesture.
I also participated in your cooking classes but you were too advanced and professional that I had to step aside and just enjoy watching you in action.
You certainly left a legacy along with 3 handsome sons to prove it. Rest in Peace dear one!
Marguerite Capossela, Dimino, Buonopane
November 15, 2017
I first met Toni-Lee in 1991, when she began teaching at Stonehill College, where I was the college organist. We shared a love for music and film, and over the years, we went to many events together. She also holds the world record as the most faithful attendee of my own performances.

She was a remarkably generous friend, and there are numerous examples of this. When I needed to stay overnight in the city or had a friend visiting from out of town, Toni-Lee surrendered her own place for our use. When I had a car accident and needed a lift, I could count on Toni-Lee, even when if it meant shifting her own schedule. When one of my cats was seriously ill and I was worried and upset, she came over and calmly and compassionately helped me figure out how to get started on the necessary care and medications. When I needed to write a professional article or an important letter, she became my editor, and her helpful and wise comments gave me a brief glimpse of the extraordinary guidance she gave her students. When I needed a new office at our college, she insisted I share hers, which meant I not only shared her desk and her space, but also the daily gourmet lunches she prepared.

I was happy that she was able to come to the piano recitalsmusicales, if you willthat I gave at my home. She was able to be at the most recent, in late August of this year (see photo below.) She was a generous, graciousand witty!-friend, and I will miss her dearly, as will all the people in that photo.

I hoped and fully expected that Toni-Lee would be with us for several more decades and would outlive most of us. I have some comfort knowing that the time she did spend with her family, with Robert and with Ron, was lived with a richness and an intensity that many people never know. I'm grateful for having been able to share in a part of that.
November 15, 2017
November 10, 2017
I first met Toni-Lee in Princeton, NJ, reading papers for GMAT. We would read from 9 - 5, and at 5:00 p.m., as fast as we could, get to the bus to Manhattan, to go to a Broadway show. The bus ride and the quick dinner before the shows would give us more than adequate time to know that Toni-Lee was a remarkabe person. She was smart, droll, perceptive, and generous in friendship. And fun. Our paths continued to cross through academic gatherings, and with her long-term relationship , and finally marriage, to Ron Sudol, Toni-Lee eastblished a permanent place in our hearts where she will stay as long as we live. We are so privileged to have known her.
Margaret Pigott & Ed Wolff