Dear Henry, I was so sorry to learn of your Mom's death. I visited with her in October. We were very close friends in college. We were attendants in each other weddings. Lois was one of the sweetest, most sincere and talented people I have known. Her heart was filled with love for you and your Dad. I will always remember her sweet smile and dancing doe eyes
With Love, Tudy
Dear Henry: Please accept my condolences. - Jeff Pollock, Esq., Sq. Hill
I am so sorry to hear that your mother passed away. She and my mother (Julia Katz Golomb) were first cousins--Lois' mother Bessie and my grandfather Joseph Katz were sister and brother. However Lois was closer to my age than to my mom's and we frequently played together as children. She was so sweet; how I wish we had stayed in touch. We saw each other last at a Meyers family reunion some years ago. Technically Lois wasn't a Meyers, but she always felt very close to us, and we to her, and we were all so delighted to have her "crash". With much sympathy for your loss, cousin Joan Golomb Siegel
Lois was a special woman, kind, sensitive and compassionate. Please accept my sympathy.
Dearest Henry and Rachel - I will miss my friend so very much, but every time I look at the portrait she made for me, I see her still. You did a loving a good job for your mom. Her memories shall always be a blessing. Libby and Alan
Please accept our condolences.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
HENRY, I knew your mom for a very long time, and she was a sweet kind lady.I knew her as a small child on Phillips ave. and then when my daughter Sherrie worked with her for diet workshop.Please accept my deepest Sympathies.
Dear Henry, I was saddened to see that your beloved mother died yesterday. Please accept my sincere sympathy for your great loss. I worked for her years ago when she headed Diet Workshop, and we kept in touch over the years since. She was so proud of you (and so in love with your late father). I shall treasure her memory forever. She was a woman of great energy, integrity, and grace. May your memories of her all be good ones. She was remarkable.
So sorry to hear of this. Lois and I worked together for years. My sympathy to the family.
I am so very sorry to learn of your loss. I knew Lois as a serious rising artist...she was really good at portraits. And, I knew her as a very precious friend to friends.
She will be seriously missed.\