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Ethelda Singer

September 22, 1923 - May 18, 2016

Services Date May 22, 2016

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I was thinking about Sister Cities this evening, and remembered how special Ethelda was and how important she was to Sister Cities International. I googled her name and didn't realize that she had passed away. Such a wonderful woman who loved other cultures and the arts. I will always remember going with Ethelda and the late Anatoly Sobchak (Mayor of St. Petersburg, Russia) to the Shubert Theatre to see a play many years ago. Rest in peace dear Ethelda.

Posted by Nicole Muj on April 29, 2020

We were in the LA sister city program and when I was a 'newbie' , she was always helpful and supportive to me. God bless.

Posted by Tom O\\\'Keefe on January 16, 2017

David. I will miss you dearly. You were a great mentor and a very fair, intelligent and reasonable man. Thank you for the times we shared together. Shane P. Hutton, PHD

Posted by Shane on June 21, 2016

I knew David to be a beloved son and brother, husband and father, but personally knew him best as a former business partner and friend. His intellect and thirst for knowledge was matched only by his desire for fairness, justice and zeal for making a contribution to the world. In times when he was able to put serious business aside, I will remember his sense of humor and infectious laugh. Rest in peace old friend. I was, and many were, enriched by your presence. You made the world a better place ... and you will be missed.

Posted by Michael Lilienfeld on June 6, 2016

Ethelda was a tramendous influence on my life, a day doesn't go by that I don't think of all she introduced me to. The memories are too numerous. I will always be thankful that she was a part of my life.

Posted by GAEL S. BAILEY on May 19, 2016