Condolence & Memory Journal

Dear Al. I'm very sorry for your loss and will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.

John Hogan

Posted by John Hogan - Salem, MA   December 11, 2018

Aithough I haven't seen you in a while, I truly enjoyed sharing an office with you. You were one of a kind. No matter bow bad things got, you could always made me laugh. I will forget this amazing woman.

Posted by Ute Miner - Saugus, MA - coworker   December 07, 2018

Al and Sam I am so deeply sorry to hear of Judy's passing. She was a wonderful, kind, funny woman who I will always remember and consider family.

Posted by Ashley Felix (Hopkins) - Lynn, MA - Family Friend   December 07, 2018

So sorry to hear of Judy's passing. She was truly a great friend and coworker. May her soul rest in eternal paradise.

Posted by CAROLYN OGUDA - Lexington, MA - Friend   December 07, 2018

Sam, I was so sad to hear of the passing of your Mom. Hoping that all the wonderful memories you and your family have, help you through this difficult time. May your Mom Rest In Peace and Love.
Mrs. Asci

Posted by Cindy Asci - Reading, MA   December 06, 2018

Hi, I was a colleague of Judy's in the labs at GI in Cambridge and Andover a long time ago. We were the 3rd and 4th person hired into the early Quality labs for Genetics Institute in Cambridge; we both worked and played hard--that was one of Judy's mantras. She also had a sign on her desk: Failure is the Path of Least Resistance---she always had a lot of drive, humor, zest for life, satirical wit and smart as anything. We worked literally side by side, as the lab grew crowded with new hires--and sometimes we danced to the radio. Her personality is unforgettable. All fondness, Peri

Posted by Peri Ozker - Coworker   December 06, 2018