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January 11, 2014
As an educator in the field of child care and development looking at the contributions of African Americans, Polly Greenberg's account of her experience in Mississippi and the Head Start beginnings is a great resource. She is indeed a woman to be admired.
January 11, 2014
I just heard. It is hard to believe. Polly and I shared many hours in her home talking about our kids--her many, and my two, and later our grandchildren--her many, my one. She was a dear friend. She was wise, smart, caring, a wonderful writer and editor. I read her "The Devil Has Slippery Shoes" as soon as it came out. Wonderful! She was a good friend and a significant influence in my life. Her five daughters are a beautiful reflection of that marvelous Mother and Grandmother. I will miss her sorely. I send my deepest sympathy to her family. Ann O'Keefe
January 09, 2014
You mean I wasn't the only one who enjoyed Polly's subtle humor in meetings of the mind. So sad she is gone; our planet is dimmer as a result.
January 09, 2014
I will hold with fondness all the conversations I had with Polly. How lucky you are to have had her as a Mother and Grandmother... and how fortunate I am to have had her friendship.
January 08, 2014
Polly and I met at Water aerobics. We had many laughs together. So enjoyed our lunches. We all loved her stories about Owen and Greta. We discovered that I had lived in Milwaukee and had mutual friends, Mitzi and Clarence Jung. We all will miss a great lady. My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time.
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