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July 21, 2018

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May 10, 2016
I never met Henry Delfiner but I heard nice things about him from daughter Hannah back in 1975. I knew that he was a professor at either Boston University or Tufts around the year of 1975. From conversation with Hannah at that time, I was told by Hannah that her mother and father met on a train that was on route from Istambul to Vienna.
Hannah was close to her parents. She told me that her brother was attending Amherst College and that he had a girlfriend at Smith College.
I could tell that the family was dignified and well respected. (There should be more families like that today.).
I will never forget the profound and proud comments she made about her family back in
1975.
I remember that time in my life. It was a time for me to advance, mature, become more disciplined, mature and smooth my rough edges.
I will never forget the comments she made about her loving family.
1975 was kind of a long time ago. A nice time. Would I like to repeat it? No...there is so much for me to live for and to look forward to even 41
years later.
Life is more fun now and more satisfying now EVEN with
More challenges both personally but in the business.
I wish the best to Hannah, her mother and her family.
To Hannah and her family:.....(Genesis 31:49).
May 9, 2016
I never met Henry Delfiner but I heard nice things about him from daughter Hannah back in 1975. I knew that he was a professor at either Boston University or Tufts around the year of 1975. From conversation with Hannah at that time, I was told by Hannah that her mother and father met on a train that was on route from Istambul to Vienna.
Hannah was close to her parents. She told me that her brother was attending Amherst College and that he had a girlfriend at Smith College.
I could tell that the family was dignified and well respected. (There should be more families like that today.).
I will never forget the profound and proud comments she made about her family back in
1975.
I remember that time in my life. It was a time for me to advance, mature, become more disciplined, mature and smooth my rough edges.
I will never forget the comments she made about her loving family.
1975 was kind of a long time ago. A nice time. Would I like to repeat it? No...there is so much for me to live for and to look forward to even 41
years later.
Life is more fun now and more satisfying now EVEN with
More challenges both personally but in the business.
I wish the best to Hannah, her mother and her family.
To Hannah and her family:.....(Genesis 31:49).
March 11, 2016
May his memory be a blessing. Because of Henry Delfiner I know so much about my family, the Delfiners.
February 6, 2016
So sad to hear this news. My condolences to Barbara and Henry's family. I wish you a long life.