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May 21, 2018
It's been many years since I've seen or heard from Polly; she was a wonderful part of my life through ups and numerous downs. She must be sending out powerful vibes as several of these posts have been in the last few days but she died six months ago. Oh my, what laughs we shared; from Hairpin Larry to Vienna Sausages! What a gift she was in my life and although years, miles and tears separated us, she is always remembered with love.
May 17, 2018
I was never able to fit in at the postal service, until I met Polly. She took me under her wing, defended me, saved my job, became my friend. Polly knew everything about me and I didn't mind because I trusted her. I would call Polly with problems that seemed trivial but never to her. Can you imagine being afraid you would say or do the wrong thing , needing someone to guide you through a social situation that other people found easy. She never laughed or made me feel foolish or stupid. She just accepted me and helped me accept myself so that I could grow. Eleven years ago she gave me a ring she ordered from Israel as a symbol of our sisterhood and she said to " give me strength." I still have it to this day. My life is less joyful without her. She always tried to be strong for me, even in her illness. I only wish I had been there to be strong for her. I felt she was gone months before I knew it. She was one of a few people who understood me and I loved her. She will always be one of my best friends. I apologize for the length of this message but I wanted her family to know how much I treasured her and how wonderful she was and still is. I am sorry for the loss her family is enduring right now. My son Brent and I mourn her passing and share your heartache. We are all better people for having known Polly, at least I am. Polly you wiil always and forever be my sister and my friend.
May 16, 2018
I just found out today that Polly had passed. I met her through her husband, David Denham, when I went on a number of his Florida Trails hikes. Polly provided shuttle support and I got to know her. I found her to be a sensitive, caring, witty person who stood out to me as special. I send my prayers out to her family and friends.
April 29, 2018
From USPS 2009 upon her retirement:

.....Polly not only will be remembered for her curly red hair, bubbly personality, and zest for life, but for her compassion in helping employees who sought her counsel. She recognized that employees are the Postal Service's most valuable assets and truly was interested in helping employees maintain and enhance the quality of their lives.....
April 29, 2018
Polly ~
How could I not know that you're gone? It hurts. I thought you would be here forever. You were such a force of nature. You were so full of life. It seems like something major should have changed in the universe to acknowledge the fact that you left.

We have had trouble getting together the past few years. We met at Barry. The last time we were together, I think, was when we went to Key West for the Film Festival compliments of Channel 2. Were you sick? Was that why I couldn't contact you? If I still had a car, if I could still drive, I would have driven by your house repeatedly until you were home.

David, I am so sorry for your loss. Polly would not have wanted to leave you, her kids, or her beloved grandchildren. I feel so badly, I can't imagine how you guys feel.

What a loss.

If there's anything I can do for ANY of you, let me know.

My heart hurts. For all of us.

Marilyn Klock Popko
[email protected]
305-668-1777
January 10, 2018
Polly was a very special person...and will always be remembered warmly.
December 24, 2017
It was so sad to read of Polly's passing; she was the most up-beat person I've known, always made me laugh. Alex, Scotty and Misha, so sorry for your great loss. She will live on in all of our hearts.
December 18, 2017
Her kindness and honesty will be sorely missed by those who she helped while at the USPS...rest in peace my friend
December 16, 2017
So sad to hear of Polly's passing, she was a sweet loving dynamo. My deepest condolences to David and her family.

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