Reich Communications, Inc.

  • Reich Communications, Inc. is a boutique public relations agency in New York City offering full service in a variety of areas, with specializations in business-to-business; advertising, marketing and media firms; transportation safety; non-profits, and select consumer products and services. For more info, call us at (212) 573-6000, email to david@reichcommunications.com or text to 914-325-9997. We are located at 228 East 45th Street, Suite 11-South, in New York City 10017

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    August 22, 2017

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    Judith Trojan

    What a wonderful mom! She sounds like someone I would have loved to have known. She reminds me of my own mom. We were so lucky to have them. They were members of the Great Generation...or, better yet, "the Greatest Generation." Their values and spirit are so lacking in society today. My condolences, David. Your tribute is touching, and I know she was and is very proud of you!

    Justin DiCioccio

    So sorry to hear! What a Beautiful, Strong, Smart, Sensitive Woman!
    She knew "The Beat Is In Your Feet!"
    She will be missed and never forgotten!
    Doris, " Thank You For Being Who You Are! " and, " For Your Belief In What We Are Trying To Do!"
    You Will Live Forever!

    JD and STD

    Steven Miller

    via Facebook ...

    My heart is filled with sadness and my eyes are still filled with tears! Love to you all. I will miss her always!!

    Ernie Shack

    via Facebook ...

    Aunt Doris was a very special person and I often referred to her as my "second mother". We were certainly "blessed" to have her!

    Sue Shack

    via Facebook ...

    Dear David and Shari, I'm so sorry to hear about the passing of sweet Aunt Doris. She was such a wonderful women and so full of life. I can't help but smile when I think of our times together. She was so welcoming and kind. She may be gone but will never be forgotten. She leaves behind a wonderful legacy in her children and grandchildren. I read your beautiful tribute. You were a wonderful son. May you find peace in her memory. She is now at peace in her happy place!

    Andy Bossov

    via Facebook ...

    A true "gift" as her name implied, her bright spirit, love of all creatures, and constant sing-songy personality were endearing to all who knew and loved her. May her sweetness be an eternal blessing to all her family.

    Gary Lash

    Very sorry to hear about your Mom's passing.

    I know it is difficult no matter what but you have great memories. Your blog comments were especially sweet.

    Sam, now 15 years old, didn't have any questions when I asked if he remembered Aunt Doris. He said she was funny and always smiling. He fondly remembered going to Nathan's with her and my folks back in 2009. I remember numerous fun times with her and my parents at the Yonker's Burger King. I also remember fruitlessly looking for parking near her old apartment.

    My last memory of her was seeing her at the residence with the beautiful evening view of the Hudson river.

    And then, there was her goodbye - "Too-de-loo!"

    Kaitlyn Kelly

    via Facebook ...

    Hi David and Family,

    I hope you are all doing well and treating yourselves gently during this challenging time. I'm away this week working at a bereavement camp for children called Camp Good Grief. All week there has been no internet access, but magically, wifi appeared and I had the instinct to check my Hebrew Home e-mail. I am thankful that I did so that I could hear this unfortunate news and send my many heartfelt wishes of comfort to you and your family.

    I loved your mom very much. She was a source of light during my days and I will miss her deeply. I wish I could have been present in her final days and am glad to hear that she was beside her family, just as she would have wanted. With your permission, I would like to share your mom's words about music with the music therapy staff here at Camp Good Grief on our last day of camp as an offering to them and allow her words to continue to be a gift to others.

    Please let me know if there is anything I can do at this time for you all. I will be thinking of you all.

    All the best,
    Kaitlyn

    Kaitlin Kelly is a music therapist at Hebrew Home and visited with my mom weekly for the last few months.

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