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September 13, 2011
Dear Dr. Meadow,

You have inspired, seen and mentored me even in our brief and meaningful encounter. I shall continue the vision ...
April 12, 2005
Do not go where the path may lead..
Go instead where there is no path
and leave a trail..
That was Dr.Meadow and her life.
And... she sure knew how to push my buttons !
She leaves a remarkable legacy.

Barry Beloff
Montreal, Canada
February 23, 2005
Her charisma was a combination of clinical insight and wit. Dr Meadow moved with grace in a field where most people cannot help but appear guarded. She touched my mind with her mind, leaving a permanent trace there and—perhaps more significantly—she touched my heart as well. I find solace in the thought that remembrance is a small triumph of life over death and oblivion...
February 07, 2005
When I met Dr. Meadow in 1989 while I was applying for admission to BGSP, she told me that I don’t have to be smart to get in to the program just to get out. She immediately put me at ease and at the same time she impressed me. Dr. Meadow was an amazing woman: she was a lover of life, brilliant, bold and determined. She was a major inspiration both personally and professionally and she made a powerful impact on my life.

Dr. Meadow shared her love for Ireland and the Irish stories with me. When she and her husband visited my friends back home in Ireland they all had a grand time! Another time she called me from Dublin on her cell phone as she was driving on busy streets -- I heard her yell out to the officer “how do I get to the other side of the river?” These were special connections for me.

I witnessed Dr. Meadow’s enthusiasm, hard work and passion as she founded the doctorial program in Vermont named for her late husband Cyril Z. Meadow. I saw CZMI quickly proceed from the development stage, get accredited to become a flourishing institute due to her love and dedication for psychoanalysis.

And I cherish two recent occasions with Dr. Meadow: One was last May at the Seattle conference where she was the featured speaker and I saw how the audience immediately responded to her ability to work emotionally with the group -- it was both a wonderful professional and intimate experience. And at graduation last June I received the greatest personal gift from Dr. Meadow when she jumped up on stage to join her daughter Dr. Reed in personally giving me my certificate – in the midst of other concerns Dr. Meadow had remembered that I asked her a month earlier if she’d present my certificate.

Dr. Meadow, I greatly miss seeing you but you will never die in my heart because you will always be with me. I will continue to work at CZMI to carry on the legacy you started in your husband’s name. Thank you!
February 06, 2005
Dr. Meadow was the modern analyst who most effectively reached out to the other psychoanalytic disciplines, and for that I cherish her.
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