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Lori Howard

April 18, 2021

Sue, Bob and Ben: My heartfelt condolences on the loss of your wonderful mother, Sue. What a testament to the ages as she shared her incredible story of survival. We have made a donation to The Bremen in her memory. Love and Hugs, Bob and Lori Howard

Howard and Dorie Sokol

April 9, 2021

Susan and Family,

We were so sorry to hear about Helen's passing. She was mother's best friend for her last 10 years of life. We know they loved each other. Helen made such an impression on people, especially when she shared her terrible experiences in the Holocaust. Helen was at mother's 95th birthday celebration at Hammond Glen and spoke to a number of our teenage relatives about her experiences and left them with a greater understanding of the holocaust. We will have an everlasting memory of enjoying Sunday brunches at Hammond Glen with mom, Helen and your family. May she rest in peace.

Mary Kay Howard

April 7, 2021

The resilient spirit and caring nature of Helen Weingarten will forever be an inspiration to those who were fortunate to have crossed paths with this extraordinary woman. My condolences to Sue and the extended Weingarten family.

Ronald Rosen

April 6, 2021

Sue,I so enjoyed listening to Helen speak to the children at the Breman.I mostly enjoyed driving her to speak.It was truly a privilege to be in her company.She was a delightful lady with agreat sense of humor.She will be sorely missed.My deepest sympathies.
Ron Rosen

Lori Shapiro

April 6, 2021

I am so very sorry for your loss. Helen was very special and it was a privilege to know her. She always had a kind word and a smile, and my life was enhanced by knowing her. I heard her speak at The Breman many times and often saw her at lunches and other events. Her influence on those who were able to hear her story was always awe-inspiring. The Breman will not be same without her. The world has lost a bright light. I will always remember her, and do my best to ensure that her story continues to be told and the lessons she taught continue to be learned. Thank you for sharing Helen with us.

Lauren Rich

April 5, 2021

Helen Weingarten was a rock star at our Hebrew School. She spoke to every single student. Every single student wanted a picture with her. Every single student wanted to shake her hand. Every single student wanted his/her few words with her. She was also a rock star for me, one of the first survivors at the Breman I came to know and love. She was from my mom's home town (in what is now Romania) and she would always remember this when I spoke to her. The Breman has lost a giant (among many giants). And I have lost a dear friend whom I adored. Rest in peace, dear Helen. What a life well lived. We will remember you. And everything you taught us.

Lucy Szczupak

April 5, 2021

May she rest in peace !!!

Lili Baxter

April 5, 2021

My condolences to Sue and the whole extended Weingarten family. Helen was indomitable and always up for the next adventure. She exulted in speaking to groups, especially to students who she loved warmly and unconditionally. And they responded wholeheartedly back. Helen was one of the few people with whom I could speak Yiddish, and that was a joy. She would call me "mameleh." How fortunate for me, for all of us, to have known Helen Weingarten. May her memory be a blessing to all who knew and loved her.

Eileen Silberstein

April 5, 2021

I am going to miss Helen. She was a bright light and the children all loved her. May her name be for a blessing.

Nancy Broudy

April 5, 2021

Helen was one of my best memories of the Breman. She had a wonderful sense of humor, told so many great stories and was always ready to speak with the students. We had many lovely rides to and from the museum when I would pick her up in front of her building - she was always ready and eager to be on her way. We spoke often on the phone and our conversations always made me feel as if I were talking with a beloved member of my own family. Even when she had health problems, she was always upbeat and concerned about others' feelings and made light of her own situation. She will be greatly missed and always loved. The Breman - and I - have lost a wonderful lady. Deepest condolences to Helen's family. She will be remembered with love.