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Lilian R. Kirshbom 1939 - 2020

Lilian R. Kirshbom

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March 25, 2020
Omigosh! I was just trying to see how she was doing with the pandemic. Lillian and I played tennis together for years We tried to unite the Kirshbom and Kenny families either when Michael filled in with our tennis games or when Alan and our Marie went on a first date arranged bather mothers. We celebrated Alaln's Bar Mitzbah, Karen's wedding, and Aexandra's Bat Mitzvah together. I am beyond sorry to know she is no longer with us, but happy she and Isaac are together again. Love, Anne Kenny
March 23, 2020
so sorry Karen. Louis Velez
March 23, 2020
To Karen, Steve, Alexandra and Andrew, I'm so sorry for the loss of your mother and grandma. She was such a pleasant and lively personality and I especially enjoyed those occasions when we were together for the Jewish holidays and other events. I always seemed to find myself sitting across from her at seders and she was always a delight to be with. Although I know you'll miss her, I'm also sure that the 4 of you will be able to share wonderful memories of such a kind and caring person. Sincerely,
March 22, 2020

I was so sad to hear this news about Lillian. She and my mother,Aline King saw each other most everyday when they lived at Lighthouse Harbor. Three days a week they went to the Rivercenter and exercised. They were very good for each other and to each other. She will be missed but we will hold her dear in our memories.
March 22, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
March 22, 2020
To The Kirshbom Family,
I deeply saddened by the news about Mrs. Kirshbom. There are not enough words that can describe how phenomenal of a woman she was. She would always keep me laughing and could talk to you about everything. Mrs. Kirshbom could talk about cooking, baking, helping Dr. Kirshbom with his medical practice, decorating, and animals! She had such an infectious laugh and beautiful personality. Although I only met her a few years ago, I feel incredibly grateful to have been able to know her.

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