I have in my possession 2 watercolor engravings titled, ,"En Flanders," the titles are written in pencil as well as her signature.
These are small works measuring about 4" x 4 1/2".
Please let m know if you have any interest in them.
Erick and Ingrid and families, Ingrid we met at the Kaminker reunion in Toronto a few years back, i was very close to your grandmother Beatrice. I am a great niece. It is quite by coincidence that i found your mother has recently passed and had no idea about your father's passing in 2012. The Toronto clan send their condolences on your loss. We always remembered your parents in our conversations and will continue to do so.
My Tante Liny had a charming personality. She was talented in business, art and a wide variety of endeavors. She was blessed with a good life. I appreciate all the love and care that so many of you showered upon her. This is especially important since most of her family lived so far away.
Liny and Bernie were our extened family in Houston. My father JP Radoff and mother Jennie were so close to Leni and Bernie that I thought when I was growing up that they were close relatives. Of course Ingrid and Eric were like brother and sister to me and my sister Margie. We always celebrated New Years at my home and I would make a large volcano like pile of home made gun powder and at midnight we lit the fuse . One time Leni came in to the kitchen and I was making the gun power when the mixture exploded and blew up my mothers kitchen table. Ingrid use to sleep over all the time with Margie and Eric would perrform magic tricks for us all. I though Eric when he grew up was going to be a magician. In a way he is in law. WE will miss Leni and Bernie and I will add them both to our rememberance book on Yom Kippur. Hank Radoff
Mrs. and Dr. Yollick were very special family friends and are truly missed. I appreciate all they shared with my family and I and remember well how they took care of me when I needed their help in the Dr.'s office. I will remember them always for their polite and respectful conversations as they were always considerate of others.
so much I did not know of Liny's early years..what a remarkable lady..we have such fond memories of our Sat. bridge club and fun evenings at their house with an atrium...I finally got one and have often thought of them both when I am using it..and relish Liny's recipe of liver pate...they were a great pair and as a Canadian Bernie and I shared many stories..
Tante Liny was the best aunt anyone could have. She gave me excellent advice that helped shape my life and helped me to become an empowered and independent person who can help members of the younger generation of our family learn to stand on their own two feet. Tante Liny's love and commitment to her family knew no bounds and I am very grateful to her for her love, support and good advice.
Thanks to everyone who has signed the Guest Book. Thanks to everyone who has been so good to me and to my parents and family over the years as friends.
We will miss Liny and Bernie. They were both very special to us.
Gail and Harvey
Dear Eric and Family,
So sorry for your loss, what a great and Lasting Legacy and true success story through Liny's life. May God's peace be upon you all.
Our family was so shocked to hear of Liny's passing via the newspaper. We saw in the newspaper back in 2012 when Berny had passed away, and we had visited with Liny several times afterwords. We always considered ourselves very good friends of Berny and Liny. We visited them numerous times at their retirement home, and visited with Liny on the phone quite often. I am just so sorry that we didn't know of either of their passing so that we could have attended their services and share our condolences. Mr. & Mrs. Yollick were such good friends with our family for over 45 years and it hurts not being able to say a good bye in a proper way. Rest in peace our friends.