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February 11, 2014
Mimi was an absolute treasure - so wonderful to work with. What a loss to the arts community and her family. She will be greatly missed!
February 11, 2014
May I, on Rosemary's behalf as well,join with all of you to offer affectionate respect for and warm tribute to Mimi and her family. In the company of the National Gallery of Canada's Chief Curator Robert Hubbard,
under the directorship of Jean Sutherland Boggs (1966-76),I was privileged, as the gallery's first curator of European art, to be part of Mimi's recruitment and appointment as a curator of Prints and Drawings. She would eventually succeed the inimitable Kathleen Fenwick and put her own distinguished mark on the Prints and Drawings collection and its exhibition and donor programme. Mimi was an esteemed colleague and a member of the curatorial team that planned and oversaw the move of the Canadian national collections into Moshe Safdie's new building on Sussex Drive in Ottawa, which was designed under the direction of Jean Boggs as CEO of the Canada Museums Construction Corporation and opened in 1988. Mimi contributed significantly to the celebration of the visual arts in Canada and abroad and her name will remain inscribed on the memory of all those who served with her at all points of the compass. CHAPEAU Mimi and thank you.
February 11, 2014
Dear Mimi, I so loved your talks to the friends of the print room and the time we'd spent together. You will be sorely missed by so many of us
February 11, 2014
Alas, never to be seen again.
Goodbye to a wonderful lady and mentor of life.
My condolences to Anna and Alan and your children.
February 11, 2014
My condolences to Mimi's family. I really enjoyed working with Mimi at the National Gallery of Canada and appreciated her lightness of being and great love of art.
Julie Hodgson, Ottawa, Canada

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