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January 17, 2014
I was an associate of Polly's at General Learning Corporation in DC during the 1970's...will always remember the wonderful spirit she brought to this organization, and some of the wildest and smartest ideas I have ever seen. Our group had some great evenings with Polly and the girls at their home. It is an understatement of several degrees to say that Polly was a unique individual, fondly remembered and greatly missed.
January 15, 2014
Dear family of Polly,
I loved her and so enjoyed her in our water exercise class! She always commented on my perfume, and I gave her a bottle of it-Tearose. We always loved her grandchildren's wonderful activities and oh so bright sayings. What a gift was our Polly. She is missed so much. If I can do anything for you, please just tell me.
Bunny Bialek-301.320.6006
January 14, 2014
MAY GOD GIVE YOU STRENGTH DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIMES. I HAD THE PLEASURE OF MEETING YOUR MOM AT SIBLEY AQUATICS/PHYSICAL THERAPY.
January 11, 2014
When I read the forwarded email from Jean Simpson on January 11, I was on the D6 Metrobus on MacArthur Boulevard NW, two block from Ashby Street. I always thought of Polly whenever I passed Ashby Street; it always pleases me that I ended up living a little over a mile from her when I moved to DC 15 years ago. We had annual dinners and were going to schedule one right after the New Year. She was remarkable in every way and was a great colleague and friend from way back when she was at NAEYC. Our mutual interest in the history of early childhood kept us in touch; I will dedicate the next Our Proud Heritage column in NAEYC's Young Children (May 2014)in Polly's memory. I will miss her so much. And I will always recall our conversations about our grandchildren!
January 11, 2014
I'll always remember that, when Polly talked about COUSINS CAMP, she beamed with happiness.
What a lasting legacy if stories about cousins camp were shared widely in a book or in a NAEYC publication. It would honor her delight in her grandchildren and reflect her wisdom about how to raise great kids.
I am honored to have known her and shared our thinking.
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