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July 16, 2018

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June 28, 2017
My deepest condolences on the loss of your cherished wife and mother. It has been years since I have seen "Mrs. Weiss". She taught briefly while I was a student at Walnut Hills. I doubt she would ever have imagined what an impact she had in my life. She was the first teacher who took the time to find out what I was interested in (the law) and lent me many of your/her personal books (she used to say "my husband is a lawyer. I would be happy to bring you a book to read from his library"). She introduced me to Foss Hopkins and F. Lee Bailey. She lent me several books that year and we would discuss each one outside of class. She taught English, but was willing to encourage a student to read their interest instead of what the curriculum said was necessary. Her greatest impact, however, was that she made me feel important, significant, even though I was just another insecure 15 year old student. I should have reached out in later years to let her know I have been a life long reader, a lover of language, and a prolific writer all because she took the time to see me as more than I saw myself at that age. Her lessons have lasted me for 42 years and have influenced how I have encouraged my own children to approach their English classes, education in general, and most of all, how they see themselves. I wish I had told her what a great teacher she was but, regrettably, I did not. The best way I can honor her now is to let her family and friends know of the long reach of her influence in my life. She will be forever remembered by me for her insight, kindness, and generosity. She was one in a million. My deepest sympathies to you, her husband and family, on the loss of your dear wife and mother. I pray the pain of your loss be extinguished over time and replaced with beautiful, loving memories of your beloved "Mrs. Weiss".

Lisa (Smith) Miccoli
December 20, 2016
Herb, Am full of memories and sadness. We all grew up and married and raised our children at the same
Time!
Sending much love and condolences, Elaine Zeff
December 17, 2016
HERB, MY SINCERE SYMPATHY. I CAN STILL REMEMBER THOSE " HIGH STAKE " GAMES OF " IN BETEEWN ".....
THINKING OF YOU..
JACK KASSEL
December 16, 2016
Herb, I am so sorry to read in the Israelite of Abby's passing. I am remembering all the wonderful times we shared back in the 80's and 90's when we spent time together. Please know that I am thinking you and your family at this most difficult time. May the beauty of her life always shine and may her love of you and her family lived on in your hearts. My deepest sincere sympathies.