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Rebecca E. (Ely) Adler

Rebecca E. (Ely) Adler

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July 05, 2004
I have a great picture in my head of Becky at a party for David Landau. She is sitting on the couch holding Natalie, her darling granddaughter, on her lap. Natalie looks exactly like Becky! What a lovely and special person Becky was.
June 29, 2004
Becky Adler was one of the many treasured volunteers at New Life Community, a transitional housing program for homeless and jobless families in Cleveland. She taught our parenting classes for years and was outstanding. She continually updated her material and her approach based on her class members. She successfully bridged the gaps between race and age by her deep commitment to social justice, her intelligence, and her caring ways. As Program Director, I was grateful to count Becky as one of my dependable classroom teacher volunteers. I was sad to learn of her death and want you to know that she influenced the lives of many, many parents and children.

Jean Andolsen
June 16, 2004
My deepest sympathies - I am truly sorry that I could not attend the memorial service. My mom told me that it was beautiful and she was glad to see you all again, even under the circumstances. Your mother was a wonderful woman and will be missed by everyone she knew.
June 11, 2004
Becky was a generous, kind, caring person who believed in putting her values into action. We were neighbors and friends, and enjoyed watching our daughters graduate from high school together. When we taught parenting classes together at the Shaker Heights Youth Center, I learned a great deal from her -- about parenting, about teaching, about being with people in a constructive and supportive way. She was a valued friend and colleague, and I will miss her. My condolences to her family, and especially to her wonderful children, who are her greatest legacy.
June 09, 2004
Our heartfelt condolences and prayers are extended to the bereaved family of our beloved sister in Christ, Becky Adler, especially to Kathy and Stuart. We had the honor of establishing a wonderful friendship with Becky and Bob from back in 1967, and we treasured every moment of same. Becky was a very warm, caring and compassionate woman, who, in her own quiet way, went about doing good, bringing people together on projects to assist those in need, and always reaching out to others. She will certainly be missed, especially by those whose lives she touched so profoundly. May she rest in eternal peace.
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