Condolence: Heartfelt condolences sent for the loss of one of the kindest, most caring mothers that I’ve ever known. Although heaven gained a beautiful angel, Dinah you are so missed!! Much love, Martha
Condolence: Dear Sherry, Jessie, Shirley and Dickie (sorry, that's what I always knew you as),
I was very saddened to hear of Dinah's passing. It was so many years ago, yet it seemed like yesterday, that we hung out at the Silo House and generally raised a lot of Caine. Every time I'm in LP, I cruise up the hill to have a look. I've even stayed at the Interlachen a few times. We made many memories that I'll never forget.
Again, you have my condolences. I hope that, despite your loss, you are all doing well.
Condolence: My deepest condolances to Dinah's family. I enjoyed working with Dinah at Uihlein back in the early 2000's and admired her calm,patient,peaceful demeanor. I'll never forget playing hookie from work one day to take my daughter to the beach at the Lake Placid park. Dinah's daughter was a lifeguard at the time and was working that day. I begged her please not tell her mom that she saw me playing hookie and Bridget saod that her mom would call that a "mental health day" and that everyone needed one from time to time. I have since and will always think of Dinah when I need to take a mental health day, amd I will always treasure the 3 books that she gave my youngest daughter this past Christmas. I will also never forget the night her car got struck by lightening at the stoplight at Wilson Farms and broke it. I will also miss seeing her around in Bloomingdale on my walks.