(March 2, 1912 - May 16, 2007)
Condolence Messages continued
can I say—Mordy’s was an extraordinary life, as is yours.
But as Charles Ives said when asked, “Have you lived here
all your life?” – “Not yet.”
so glad I could visit with you both & Robert just 3 weeks ago.
love and embraces,
IH ’53, ‘54
was so sad to hear about Mordy just as I have been reading with
great pleasure your book about his and your wonderful and creative
summers at Indian Hill were truly my best educational experiences
as well as my best social experiences (even better than at Music
& Art). My piano teacher used to ask me why I didn’t practice
that way for him. You both created an environment where we thrived
and Mordy enriched my life and that of so many others. I am truly
grateful to both of you. I hope all of our memories will add to
yours and will help sustain you in this difficult time.
love, fond remembrance, gratitude and appreciation, and with prayers
for you and your family as you go through this period of grief and
was extremely sad to hear of Mordy’s passing. My thoughts
are with you. I phoned but haven’t been able to reach you.
grateful that I was able to spend some time with Mordy, and with
you, just a few days ago.
let me know if I can be of help. My condolences to your family as
of you, and Josh and Marc. With greatest sympathy and remembering
Mordy, always, with great affection.
IH Staff ’63-’66, ‘74
was sorry to hear of Mordy’s passing. The memories of his
outstanding abilities as Camp Director and human being will always
be with me.
Mary Kaplan Greenberg, and Ken too.
IH ’66, ’67
few years ago a friend invited me to hear this artist speak at Claremont
College. I bought this card because it touched my heart, and I saved
it knowing one day I would share with a dear friend.
am so sad that Mordy is gone. Both of you have been and are the
dearest of friends and will always be in my heart.
is much to say, but this is more about how we all feel. The image
in this painting talks to me about that connection we never lose—why
you cry for apparently no reason at random moments. I do too.
was so sad to learn about Mordy. Mine was one of the many lives
you opened. I knew it every moment of the years I spent at Indian
Hill—but as an adult I came to really appreciate the gift
that you and Mordy gave to us. Hopefully we pass it along to our
children and the gift continues.
send you my sympathy, my gratitude, and always my love,
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