Naemi Stilman

February 9, 1954November 21, 2020

Naemi Stilman was born on February 9, 1954 and passed away on November 21, 2020 and is under the care of Nickerson Funeral Home.

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Jean O’Brien Boback

December 5, 2020

Dear Tim and Family,

I am heartbroken to hear of Naemi’s passing. She fought such a brave battle against this horrible disease. We will think of her every year when the perennial garden blooms that she worked so hard planting this summer. May God hold you all in the palm of his hand to strengthen you during this most difficult time.

With sincere condolences,

Jean O’Brien Boback, Truro

Guylaine Couillard

December 2, 2020

We are terribly saddened that Naemi left this world too soon due to this terrible disease of cancer. When I first met Naemi, there was a great serenity in her person, she impressed me.

We live in a world where environment and health are no longer a priority and the ensuing consequences afflict the whole world.

We extend our sympathies to your family and their loved ones. It was a great loss for all the people around her.

Guylaine Couillard and François Guertin
Catherine and her daughter Léana, David and Nadya

Emily Kuriloff

November 27, 2020

To Nat, Sam, and especially Michaela, Naemi was such a light in my suburban life--smart, passionate, fun and more interesting than anyone in the neighborhood. I loved our lunches on Fridays, our psychoanalytic book talks, (which led to many great book reviews I solicited from that great brain of her)s...But mostly I remember her as a mom who was hell bent on her children being happy and doing well, whatever it took, and despite her busy and successful career.. Michaela, all of us in the Kuriloff house are thinking especially of you, and your mother's tireless attention to your success. She did everything and anything to help you become the powerful woman you are. We will never forget her, nor you and your family. xoxo

Jessica Lichtenstein

November 27, 2020

Dear Nat, Micaela, and Sam,

We have many cherished memories of spending time with the family while our daughters grew up together, and wonderful dinners through the years (with Naemi's unique gift of finding cool restaurants under the radar). Naemi's brilliance extended to all her pursuits, and we will truly miss her warmth, humor and kindness.

Jessica, Mark, Claire and Diana

Laurel Graeber

November 26, 2020

Dear Nat, Sam, Micaela and all of your family,

Naemi was the bravest and most generous person I have ever known. She spent her life giving to others, whether family, patients, friends or the sick residents of a remote village in Uganda. On this Thanksgiving, I feel so blessed and grateful to have had her friendship for 45 years. She will always be a part of me and of my family.

All my love always,

Louise C-Ziperman

November 25, 2020

Dear Nat, Sam and Michaela and family,

I am so very sorry to hear the sad news of our dear Naemi leaving us after having battled her cancer so bravely and stoically. I will always remember her laugh and smile, her wisdom and her generosity. She will be missed terribly. She is finally free of her diseased body who worked so hard to keep her with us longer.
My heart goes out to you. I understand the enormity of your sorrow. She will be smiling with Jon from " above " Rest in peace my friend.
With all our love, Matthew and Louise Ziperman

Daniel Wiener

November 24, 2020

Dear Nat, Harry, Anne, Jacob, Philip, Sam, Micaela,

Today was brisk and sunny in Montreal. I walked by 4790 Roslyn and fondly recalled so many warm memories of Naemi whom I first met in kindergarten in 1959. Her natural abilities and accomplishments are well known, but I will remember her most for that easy laugh that punctuated the story of our friendship over too many years to count.

She will be deeply missed. Ti and I send our sincere condolences.


Robin Geller

November 24, 2020

Dear Harry, Anne, Jacob, Philip and Naemi's family,

I was so very sad to hear of Naemi's passing. Although I haven't seen her in many years I remember her from my youth as a warm, vibrant and caring person. I can't begin to imagine how hard this must be for all of you and I hope that the support you can offer each other will help you to get through these difficult times and will be of some comfort. My thoughts, as well as those of the rest of the Geller family, are with you. We send you all our love and condolences.