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Sylvia G. Krissoff

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March 15, 2014
We were sad to read of Sylvia's passing. We shared a love of art and all things related, and her own work was lovely. I will always have fond memories of Sylvia. John and I send sympathy to the Krissoff family at a difficult time. Know that you are in the thoughts of your friends, John and Melanie Aves
Indian Land, SC
March 12, 2014
Sylvia and my Mother, Rosemary Todd, were very good friends. Their many book club meetings brought to the group an extra high level of knowledge. Rosemary died two years ago at age 103, thus together these two charming ladies graced this earth for almost 200 years. The Todd Family morns your loss. Gail and Tony Todd
March 12, 2014
Sylvia covered many of our exhibits over the years and became my best customer when she retired from the Press. I was amazed that her artwork remained excellent from the 60s to now. She will be missed greatly. Condolences and a Kaddish to the family.
March 09, 2014
Sylvia was always kind , and generous with her time,talents,and gifts . Her passing represents the passing of a social era. I loved her and will miss her. Jackie Cameron

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