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July 16, 2018

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December 10, 2015
I was pleased to have known Cathy, however briefly, when I worked at the Photographic Resource Center and she was board chair. She was determined to keep the organization on track and surviving, and I was grateful for her efforts. As I am currently living in Minnesota and have limited means for travel I am sorry to have missed the memorial service; I would have liked to honor her and support her family in person.

Sincerely,
George Slade
December 1, 2015
Cathy was a valued and beloved member of our Jewish women's
group. We are so terribly sad to loose her. I will remember her for her love of art , commitment to social justice and wonderful
esthetic sensibility.
December 1, 2015
Cathy was kind, open, honest, and direct. A woman of grace and dignity she projected an aura of calm and capability. She was also funny, down to earth and just quirky enough to be easily approachable. She had a fine mind and strong character. She knew what she wanted to do and she went out and quietly did it. I will never forget her proudly showing me around her beloved DeCordova. By the time we got to the outdoor sculptures she was as excited as a child showing off her birthday presents. She always smiled and her eyes sparkled with energy and excitement. She found joy everywhere. I will miss her and her unfailing kindness.
Bryan Mauldin NCS '66