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December 02, 2016
I found this very late, but I must add to the wonderful comments just one more. Mae Sokol save my life more then once and although stern, so very wise. I say a prayer of thanks to her today and a prayer of comfort and warm memories to all whom loved her. Rest in peace.
May 23, 2013
I loved Mae and we were friends. May her spirit soar and hover near all that is pure and true. Such gentleness and sweet soul's expression were present in her every breath. My sweet sister how I am emptied with your leaving this life. How we laughed and cried together. Be still my angel and rest till we meet in our eternal home. Watch over me sweet Mae, that I might know your presence and be a better person for it. Sweet slumber my dearest and most precious friend. All my love.
January 16, 2009
I am very sorry for you loss. I was shocked to hear that Dr. Sokol had died. I liked to call her every few years just to say hi. That was actually how I found out about her death.
I want you to know that her sincerity and care for me made a huge difference. She was my doctor and my friend when I was at my lowest. My prayers are with you.
September 11, 2008
This is simply to say that even today, Dr. Sokol's impression remains strong with me. I remember her as if it were yesterday. She was not only a brilliant doctor, researcher, and person-but someone who undoubtedly fulfilled more than most.
September 08, 2008
My very deepest condolences to the Sokol family.
The world lost not only a brilliant doctor, but a wonderful person. Dr. Sokol quite literally saved the life of a very troubled twelve-year-old girl about thirteen years ago.
I owe my life to you, Dr. Sokol.
February 25, 2008
So sorry for the loss of Dr. Sokol. She was a great doctor who helped me tremendously when I was 14. It has been 9 years and I was looking for her email address when I found this website. I will never forget her amazing ability to still be touched by patients after years as a doctor-- she cried when I left. I offer my condolences for the loss of this great woman.
February 20, 2008
I feel so sorry for this great lost of your wonderful wife, Scott. Hope we can keep contact again after more than 30 years of the long lost relation with you family, I miss Nancy and all of you.
January 31, 2008
I was shocked to hear about the loss of Dr. Sokol. She was an excellent doctor to my daughter and a comfort to me. She was the only one after many Drs. to finally diagnose Kennedy with PANDAS. We were truly grateful for her help. She will be missed by many!
January 11, 2008
I would want Dr. Sokol's family to know how generous she was with her time and her words, both written and spoken, to patients and long past the patient-doctor relationship. For six weeks I was in New York, during a difficult time, she took personal time to write every day; took off-hours phone calls; worked ardently on my behalf; and always offered hope and underscored possiblities and healing. She told me to save my own words to her and her replies, emphasizing they were mine to keep and encouraging me to "write a book someday." Her "inbox" was always open. I have held onto the advice, compassion and intense challenge to be bold, brave, and expect and seek the best from myself. I am sorry for the family's loss and the grief of those who knew her well. It always felt good that she remembered me; details of my life. Piercing eyes, even acceptance, and an air of accountability made me want to be a better person. Reading about her life has been a gift, to realize moreso even than before how blessed I was to work with her.
January 01, 2008
i did not know you Dr mae personally but i knew your son,levi,and perhaps through him,i knew you though we never met.
levi was my intern and was full of life.he was always fair,compassionate and related well with the IMGs of which I was one.he had no airs and spoke impeccable english.sometimes,we disagreed but i loved levi.He was true..that is the highest compliment i can pay to anyone...and i once told him that whoever raised him,did a wondeful job.i learnt of your death on january 1st ,2008 through Dr pamela,a mutual friend.late as this may be,please accept my condolence and may God bless and guide you all

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