Letter from a former patient

(Submitted by Geroge Stein.)

Note from Edith

(Submitted by Edith Harnik.)

Dear dear Kurt,


From an old scout friend

(Submitted by Hans Weiss.)


(Submitted by Irith Jawetz.)

I have known Dr. Kurt Elias since he became "Vertraungsarzt" of the Austrian Consulate General in New York. I have been working at the Consulate for the last 38 years and have been in contact with him professionally and privately. I have always loved and cherished him and will always remember him for the wonderful human being that he was

Thinking of you

(Submitted by Carol and Allan McLeod.)


Cherished memories

(Submitted by Phyllis, Alan, Jill and Laura.)

Dear Gloria, Peter, Joan and Margaret.

Uncle Kurt was the most wonderful, kind, warm and thoughtful uncle. He will always have a very special place in my heart. I will always cherish my wonderful memories of him.

My family and I send our love and our deepest sympathy.

Phyllis, Alan, Jill and Laura



(Submitted by Peter Berczeller.)

Dear Gloria,

We haven't seen each toher for many years, but I want you to know that I've always thought of the two of you fondly.

My friendly condolences to you and the family.

Peter Berczeller [peterberczeller at aol dot com]


Thoughts from the Parmets

(Submitted by the Parmets.)

Dear Gloria,

We are both distressed at the loss of not only a caring friend, but a fine, warm, and brilliant human being. We wish we were at your side now instead of so far away.

Herb and Joan Parmet


Dear Gloria

(Submitted by Alex Chomenko.)

Dear Gloria and Family,

Kurt taught me that peace does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise or trouble, it means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart.



Dear Dr. Clare and family

(Submitted by Karen Kraskow.)

Dear Dr. Clare and family,

Dr. Elias inspired by his example, his compassion, his dedication, and his prodigious effort. He changed a life.




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