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July 21, 2018

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August 20, 2015
To the family of McCawley Family. I would like to extend my condolence to you and friends on your loss of your dear love one Dr. Phyliss. May fond memories of her comfort you in this time of sorrow.The holy book lets us know the God of comfort, comfort us in time of distress.
From JRD From NEW YORK CITY
August 18, 2015
We are sorry to hear of Phyllis departure and will keep wonderful memories of the three years we lived in the Cronkhite Graduate Center, when she was the director. Phyllis achieved a wonderful balance between leading an organizations where trains ran on time, with seeking opportunities to respond to student initiatives to enhance the quality of life in that community. The Graduate Center those years was more than a graduate student dormitory, it was a true community where students from many different walks of life came into contact with each other, and learned to discover their common humanity, whether sharing meals in the cafeteria, in the social activities that Phyllis and her staff planned, or simply sharing the beautiful spaces that were available for those who lived in the house.
During some of the years we lived at Cronkhite, we had the pleasure to work with Phyllis creating that community. It was an enjoyable and valuable professional experience. In weekly meetings we reviewed the state of life in the Cronkhite Center and planned ahead ways to enhance the formative value that living with hundreds of fellow students from all states and many different nations provided us. It was a wonderful global education for us as well as all other students. Running that ship with Phyllis we dealt with issues sublime and mundane in ways that were professional as well as with humor.
In retrospect, many of the conversations and relationships that we formed at Cronkhite thirty years ago, and our work with Phyllis those years provided us with good lessons of lasting value. We treasure those memories with gratitude and are so glad to have met her.
Eleonora and Fernando Reimers
August 12, 2015
Having met Phillis only once some years ago, I was impressed by her quiet yet strong personality and her incisive mind. She will always stay in my memory as a remarkable person.
Michael Schilling
Adelaide
South Australia
August 12, 2015
Dear McCawley Family, especially Kathy....
I was so very sad and sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. I always considered her a wonderful friend and supportative college as we worked closely together at Radcliffe.
It is with regret that I am/was unable to attend her wake and today's mass due to commitments that cannot be changed, here in Falmouth.
I do hope that wonderful and humorous memories of your mother will give you comfort in the coming days ahead.
Again, my deepest sympathy to all of you,
Anna Chesson