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Lenore Melzer Obituary
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September 21, 2018

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January 2, 2018
Awful! Terrible! Lenore was so alive last time I talked to her. She had some problems but spoke of them as an inconvenience. Just like Lenore. How could I have been so negligent as to not Know she passed 2 months ago. She was a good friend, as was Arthur. They were the kind of special friends (and there aren't many) that one treasures.

For many years we would meet and play cards, sharing the latest news about travel, society and the world. Oh! the stories of places seen and experiences relived. How I envied her. There were changes to our group as time went on. Life, or the end of it does that. Now, alas, it's over.

One can only hope that wherever she's gone there will be the same warm living room, the same friendly atmosphere, and She and Arthur will be there to welcome us for a fun evening.
January 2, 2018
Awful! Terrible! I suppose I have only myself to blame that I didn't find out about Lenore's passing until just now. There are certain people (and there are not many) that you meet and know throughout your life that are special. Lenore and Arthur were for me and my wife, Joan, just such a pair. After Arthur died (he and I met at General American) we kept up what became a fervent friendship with Lenore. There were many times together with Lenore playing cards (not when Arthur was alive, he hated card games) and discussing her trips abroad and seeing the photos, not without a lot of envy on our part for not having been able to experience her joy.

As much as one tries to stay close to those friends that one really treasures, it seems that negligence can intercede and, as in this case, produce pangs of sorrow and regret. I called Lenore on a regular infrequent schedule. She had incurred some health issues to say the least, BUT made light of them and was always looking to get better and resume normal activity. My Life partner and I looked forward to more card parties, But alas, we now discover she has passed.

We wish fervently that where ever she has gone, she can reunite with Arthur, and create a nice warm hospitable home we will be able to visit, as in the past, when our time comes.

Ralph Kravis
November 21, 2017
Aunt Lenore was a ray of sunshine, always. She touched all her California niece's hearts and will continue to inspire us to always seek the very best in every situation and with everyone we come in contact with. We love you, Aunt Lenore!
November 14, 2017
Dear Lenore was a one-of-a-kind in the best possible way. Her enthusiasm for life and people and learning were contagious.

At her Memorial Service the Rabbi told a story about two ships: one sailing away from the shore and the other returning. He said Lenore is now on the one returning. But if we know Lenore she has jumped off the returning ship, swum to the departing one and is now setting off on another new adventure with Arthur, the love of her life She loved adventures and loved traveling. No reason to think that has changed now.

We will miss Lenore dearly and value the many wonderful memories we hold of her and Arthur. Bon Voyage.