Goodbye for now gf! From our first meeting when you hired me without realizing how broke I was, your impact on my life has been substantial and enduring. We had a blast together – whether commiserating about work over martinis' (please note plural,) driving up to Vermont or sitting on your terrace and watching the cruise ships set sail.
Then Paul skied into your life and BP – before Paul become BP – big Paul. We know the narrative of the continuation of life in Boston and your wonderful loving new family. Even though our visits became less frequent your generosity and spirituality continued to help me grow, mature, see and enjoy life through a different perspective. Although our backgrounds were so different being the only child of Holocaust survivors, our discussions about the universality of love and family had more of an impact than you realized.
And now with your passing my insight into your mind set is expanding. So it is with you gf, your memory will long endure because you touched the lives of everyone who knew and loved you. And because you gave so much of yourself, you will be forever in our heart and soul.
Tearful accolades aside gf, no one looked as good as you driving around in a beemer!
My heartfelt condolences go to the Bisceglia and Strang families and thank you for letting remain in your lives.