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Massachusetts Humane Society sends our "deepest warmest condolence"
IN HONOR AND MEMORY OF PHYLLIS J GOTLIB a Swampscott Teacher.
Phyllis had many many family and friends and students that loved and cared for her!
Phyllis is beloved by many.

* PHYLLIS J. GOTLIB GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN *




Phyllis J. Gotlib, age 68, passed away suddenly on January 17, 2018, due to complications from the flu. She was surrounded by her beloved children Rebecca, David and Deborah Frisch, their significant others and her brother Sumner Gotlib. She grew up in Bangor, Maine, and Brookline, Massachusetts, graduated from Brandeis University, received a Masters degree in applied piano from SUNY at Stony Brook and raised her family in Marblehead, Massachusetts. She was a loving mother, sister, aunt, grandmother to Jacob and devoted friend to many, especially her dog Pepper. Her life was filled with music, as an accomplished pianist and adored elementary school teacher. Funeral services were held on Friday, January 19, with interment at Sharon Memorial Park.

Contributions in her memory may be made to Massachusetts Humane Society, P.O. Box 850177, Braintree, MA 02185-0177 or via www.masshumane.org . For more information or to register in the online guestbook, please visit www.stanetskyhymansonsalem.com.
IN HONOR AND MEMORY OF "JIMMY"

Starting off the new year not good. *Jimmy* our senior resident kitty cat has passed away. Jimmy was about 15 years old. He was a resident at MHS for about 9 years - he could not get adopted, had behavioral problems - to feisty. When we were in Weymouth, Jimmy was abandon with his feline brother and 2 dogs at our shelter. As he got older he then became a thyroid patient at MHS and did well for years. Jimmy was free roaming and would come and go as he pleased with Eclipse and the other cats. Jimmy loved hanging out with his felines friends.

Having Jimmy for several years, we believe by his actions, he was mistreated, however Jimmy was abandon at MHS - it was meant to be. Jimmy was treated with royalty, love and cared for everyday. Jimmy had a sponsor person named "Robin" for several years, she was so dedicated and cared so much for Jimmy. We certainly Thank Very Much our sponsorships for there love and dedication.

Jimmy was definitely a BIG part of MHS. Jimmy will be missed, BUT WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN!! Over the rainbow bridge he goes and meets up with his lifelong felines, his friends !! Love You Jimmy, from ALL of us at MHS !!

JIMMY - GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN!
( the pictures of Jimmy are when he was younger and a senior)


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