Eleanor Barbara Lenox

10 Condolences

10 Condolences

  1. There is so much I could say but will keep it short. It was my true honor to know Ms Lenox or Eleanor as she told me constantly. Somehow I never got it. In my entire 30+ years in nursing, she has touched my heart in a way Noone else could. She was the most incredible lady ever & we will miss her presence. My condolences to her family. Fly high my friend. I look forward to seeing you again one day

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    • I first met Eleanor around 2005 at Beth Sholom. She worked hard there for many years with no pay. She served countless residents and she always had a smile in the gift shop. And she continued to be a part of the Beth Chaverim community . Eleanor, your kind and funny attitude will be missed.

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  2. So many memories to treasure. I miss our morning chats and think of whether you’ll be joining us every time I get local theater tickets. Thank you for being a part of our extended family. But how did I not know that your middle name was Barbara?

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  3. Eleanor was a delightful lady and I always admired her spunk, tenacity and love of volunteering with causes she deeply believed in. Rest In Peace

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    • A true friend always loving never judging and always understanding
      May her memory be a blessing

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    • I just found out yesterday that Eleanor had passed away in May. I had the pleasure and privilege to know her as a friend, fellow member of Congregation Beth Chaverim, and patient of my practice, prior to my retirement. I always looked forward to our discussions on multiple topics. She will be missed.

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  4. Somehow the symphony concerts that you, Rita Frank and I attended for those many years will not seem to have the same ‘sparkle’ without your being there. May your memory be for a blessing.

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  5. Eleanor was, well Eleanor: a driven, wonderful and outspoken lady. I always enjoyed her company, and she always made me laugh. She was like family to me, and will be greatly missed. Rest in peace.

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  6. Eleanor was an amazing lady with a heart of gold. She will be deeply missed by those that knew her. Eleanor, say “hi” to Seymour and our dad! Alexa, Cari, Gabi, Roger and Roni

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  7. My sincerest condolences to Brad and family. I didn’t realize that Mom had passed away until my email about Dad’s passing on July 8th didn’t go through. I had been keeping in touch with her through IM, so that she could stay up to date on Dad. I was surprised and sad to find the obituary that you had posted on Facebook. She was a great cousin to Dad and I do still remember an enjoyable family trip to visit you all a very long time ago, perhaps for your Bar Mitsvah?

    Sincerely,
    the Siegel family in Indiana

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