Congregational Guestbook for Wendy Schornstein Good

Dear Julian and Family – Please accept our sincere condolences on the passing of Wendy. She was a delightful, lovely woman and I know how deeply she will be missed. My her memory be for a blessing. With deepest sympathy, Jaymi and Mark Baum 

Jaymi and Mark Baum

Julian, Emily and Allison, I know I don’t have to tell you what a remarkable woman your wife/mother was. She was truly extraordinary and will be missed. I have so many fond memories of Wendy. Please accept my deepest condolences. Love, Sherrie Goodman 

Sherrie Goodman

We are so sad to hear about Wendy’s death. She was such a vibrant talented lady and she will be missed. Sending our condolences to her family and loved ones. 

Diane and Ross Jacobson

Wendy’s vibrant presence will be keenly missed by so many different people and groups in our community. She was a special beloved ‘sister’ in our Rosh Chodesh group. Her memory will always be for a blessing! Heartfelt condolences to Julian, her wonderful daughters, her sisters, her parents, and entire family. 

Vivian Cahn

My deepest sympathy, at this most difficult time. Fondly, Carol Wise 

Carol Wise

To the entire family: We are so sorry that Wendy’s life was cut short at 61 and that she missed what could have been 30 more years of nachos. I knew and helped care for her for almost 40 years, as one of my early patients. She was a pleasure, smart, engaged, and informed as expected by her parents example. We last saw Wendy and Julian at the airport flying to Duke as we were flying to grandchildren. My biggest regret for her as for some of my own family is that she wasn’t able to live out a normal life span. Her greatest blessing was that she accomplished much in her allotted time and had a very productive life. We grieve for her and especially Julian and her girls. 

Marc and Susan Friedman