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November 1, 2018
Hello Sandra,

Many condolences on the passing of your father. From what little I could find about him, he led a full life indeed. (A lot fuller than most since he got all the way to 107...!)

I was a friend of Esther Konop who introduced me to you around 1967 or so. I only met you one time, but you must have made a big impression on me since I remember you quite well.

Please accept my apologies if you are not the same person. But again my condolences for your father - he sounds like an amazing person.

Peter Wolf

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October 12, 2018
I knew Many for more than 50 years and he was a one in million guy. Always walking and telling stories.

Once I went walking in the Columbia Mall with Manny while Sandy and my wife Bev went shopping. I had to almost run to keep up with him as he weaved through the crowd of shoppers.

it was an honor to have known Manny and to have him in our lives for as long as we did.