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Oliveira Family - 9 days ago
Sorry to hear of your mom's passing. She worked on many different projects with my late dad Fernando. She was a inspirational decorator and and a fun person to be with. Our sincersest condolences to you and your family.
Joni Waiser - 15 days ago
Dear Randy, Mitchell, Helen & Toby, Growing up, being with my mother, Jean’s, bachelor brother, Arnold, on family occasions was always fun. However when he met Zinnie & she became his fiancée, now that was really COOL. She was the light of his life & I was delighted to have such a young hip aunt so full of pep & vigor. I was especially excited when Mitchell & Randy came on the scene. (BTW a fond lasting memory I have is David & myself taking M & R on a day’s outing to the Granby Zoo.) Zinnie enjoyed speaking her mind & I was often enlightened, learning from her. Sending my love & deepest condolences, Joni (née Weiner) Waiser Ottawa
Randy Lee Cutler - 15 days ago
I echo my brothers thanks for your lovely condolences. It is heartwarming to see how many people Zinnie touched in her life, especially in Montreal. She will always be with us in spirit!
Mitch Cutler - 18 days ago
Thank you all for your kind words. Mum lived and died in her own way. We were privileged to be there in the end as witnesses to her presence. May her memory be a blessing…
Dorothy Waxman - 18 days ago
Zinnie and I are friends since Baron Byng days. Through the years, we would meet, mostly at Folk Shule reunions. Lenny knew Zinnie too! We always just picked up where we left off, as is we had seen each other yesterday. I have so many food memories, and I will miss her.
Susan and Bucky Sabloff - 18 days ago
It is with deep sadness we have learned of Zinnie's passing. We were neighbour's for many years. Our sincere condolences to the family. May her memory be a blessing.
Ali Mindel - 18 days ago
Dear Helen and Brian, Mitch and Tracey, Randy and Barbara, Toby, and Jodi and Corey and Family, I am so saddened by this news about Auntie Zinnie. She was beautiful, lovely, energetic, warm and she will truly be missed. I am sending you all my deepest condolences at this very sad time. Lots of love, Ali
Jewel Lowenstein - 19 days ago
Dear family members of Zinnie Cutler, I was saddened to read about the passing of the ever energetic , intelligent, feisty, talented and beautiful Cynthia. Although she was married to my uncle, she felt like my contemporary. I hope her last years out west were pleasureful but I remember lovely shared holidays around the dining table hosted by my parents on Isabella Ave. Paul joins me in extending our sincere condolences . May your happy memories of Zinnie give you strength at this difficult time. Fondly, Jewel Lowenstein
Hilda Raby - 19 days ago
Dear Helen,Brian and Zinnie’s Family, Deepest sympathy to all.Miles may separate but great memories Last a lifetime. My heartfelt sympathy on your great loss. She was very S. P. E. C. I. A. L. May you know no more sorrow. She left abeautuful legacy. Fondly,Hindy Hilda Raby.
Paul and Cathy Langdon - 19 days ago
Randy and Barbe , so sorry for your loss. You will both miss what we have heard is an amazing mother and friend. Much love
Lorne Blumer - 19 days ago
To the entire family. My sincere condolences on the passing of Cynthia She was a great lady and I enjoyed working with her on many of her projects
Geri Shaw - 19 days ago
Dear Helen, Brian & family, Sending my most sincere condolences on the loss of your beloved sister. I hope you find comfort from a lifetime of happy memories. Fondly, Geri
Rita Padveen - 19 days ago
Dear Family, My deepest condolences on the loss of Cynthia. Cynthia was my decorator for many years and she had a great sense of humor and excellent design ideas. Thinking of you during this sad time. Sincerely Rita Padveen
Goldye raphael - 19 days ago
Dear Randy & Mitch, I was your teacher in Talmud Torah. so many years ago. Your mother Zinnie go back so many years ago-- to Baron Bing & later on as my Bridge student ,, & as my decorator. She was a terrific woman. SMART & talented. & wonderful company. My sincere condolences;ences
Terri Foxman - 19 days ago
My mother, Joyce, became friends with Cynthia after she helped her decorate her apartment more than 20 years ago. They got together often. I remember her warmth, wit, vibrancy and intelligence. I invited Cynthia to several Passover seder’s at my place and she always livened up the evening and quickly got along with people of all ages in attendance. I extend my condolences to her family on their loss.
Sara Miller - 19 days ago
Dear Family , Wishing you my sincere condolences on the loss of Cythnia. She was a warm, beautiful person who worked with my grandmother, my mom and then with me. She was always fun and delightful. May your memories bring you comfort at this difficult time
Margit Schild - 19 days ago
From Berlin I send my deepest sympathy and my greatest condolences on the death of your mother, for whom I felt so much respect. I will never forget in my life the first encounter and conversation with her. It left an emphatic impression in me, as well as generated thoughts and feelings that were new to me and that I did not experience before. My approach to certain aspects and contents have been enriched and changed forever because of her. I am deeply grateful to have known your mother Zinnie. I send love to her and to you and your family. Yours, Margit Also Meera sends warmest condolences.
Carmela and Michael Mindel - 19 days ago
Dear Helen and Brian, Mitchell and Tracey, Randy and Barbara. Our deepest sympathies on the loss of Zinnie. Carmela & I have known Zinnie most of our lives. She was vivacious, friendly and very capable. She lived her life fully. She loved her children, grandchildren and her great child. She had a most special relationship with her sister Helen with whom she loved travelling near and far. She will be remembered fondly
Ian and Gary Levitt - 19 days ago
Dear Cutler Family Gary and I would like to offer our condolences to you during this time of mourning. Years ago Zinnie was my family's interior decorator. She was an exceptional and dynamic person who made a lasting impression on us. She will be missed but not forgotten. RIP!
Francine Granner - 19 days ago
My sincerest condolences on the loss of Zinnie. What a woman! She was my decorator through the years, but most important she and I became friends. She was a great listener and had an ability to understand the person. She always spoke lovingly about her family - her children, and grandchildren, and her dearest sister. Rest in peace, my friend. To the end you remained strong. - Francine
Shirley Nadell - 19 days ago
To Zinnie's children and grandchildren , Helen and Toby. Zinnie was a dear childhood friend and a member of our formidable trio with Dinnie and me. Inseparable during our early school days, playing on the Y basketball team, gathering on Fletcher's field, comparing school experiences (I was at UTT/Herzliah, Strath) etc etc...what fun! Zinnie was also my partner when we competed as a duo in synchronized swimming at McGill. Subsequently, with marriage, children and careers our lives moved in different circles. But when we had the opportunity to meet as adults, it was wonderful to reminisce about the great times we had. Deeply saddened that she is gone. Please accept my most sincere expression of condolence.
Leora Cukier - 19 days ago
Dear Helen, Brian and families, my sincere condolences on the loss of your Zinnie. Although I didn't know her, I have heard her unique name mentioned often through the years, which made me feel like I knew her. Sending you a big hug, Leora
Merle Shpritser Torchin - 19 days ago
Dear Helen and Brian, I remember your sister Zinnie vividly! She left a positive lasting impression. My sincerest condolences 💐 Merle
Carole Pockrass and Stan Satov - 19 days ago
Dear Helen and Brian our deepest condolences on the loss of beloved Zinnie. Our thoughts are with you at this very sad time
Geoff Waxman - 19 days ago
Dearest Randy & Mitchell et al; My sincere condolences on the passing of your Mom. I have a lifetime of fond memories of her and am grateful to have grown up alongside your family during my primary years. She was true to herself through & through. A woman one never forgets. A couple years back I surprised her at a Montreal restaurant and was brought back to my childhood in doing so. What a delight it was! May your grief be brief and rejuvenating.......as she would want. Peace be with you and your entire family. Love Geoff
Lynda Veto - 20 days ago
My sincere condolences. BDE
Karen Safran - 20 days ago
Randy, Mitchell & family Please accept our deepest condolences on the passing of your beloved Mom. We were glad to hear she was moving to be closer to you all. Zinnie was family to us Plus our impeccable interior designer. After Allan & I married, ( your Mom & Dad were at our wedding ) Zinnie was so happy we asked her to design our first new condo. The colors, the furniture , then after the baby furniture :) etc. Looking at the many pieces in our home now , they are wonderful memories of Zinnie. She was so proud that we loved her taste & style . We loved her spunk, her personality, and her opinions too ! Zinnie was truly unique & that’s what we loved about her ! RIP Zinnie Karen Allan Tyler & Madison
Carol Levine - 20 days ago
Dear Family, I am so sorry to read about Cynthia’s passing. She was our decorator years ago and I recall how she would sit cross legged on the floor as she worked through an idea. She was lots of fun in addition to being talented. May the memories of happy times stay with you always.
Alice and Mike Kotler - 20 days ago
Dear Mitchell, Randy and Family, we were so saddened to hear of Zinny’s passing. We go back many years to when Arnie was partners With us at Kotler’s A & W. We were not only partners but friends as Well. We also visited them in Scottsdale many years ago. Sadly………Alice and Mike.
Lee and Michael White - 20 days ago
Dear Helen and Brian, and Family , So sorry to learn about Zinnie `s passing . Our deepest sympathy on your loss. Our thoughts are with you in this very difficult time . Lee and Michael White
Jennifer Cukier - 20 days ago
What a beautiful photo of a beautiful woman Helen I’m so sorry for your loss May she and you and all your family know no more suffering or pain May the beautiful memories you all have comfort you all in time Please accept my condolences on the loss of such a precious family member to all-I know you tried your best to hold Zinnie and help her know how loved she was snd will always be -in the last sad weeks -blessings to all always -Helen an extra large hug for you and all the family
Elaine Kronish - 20 days ago
Dear Family Please accept our sincere condolences Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time ' we were in shock to read this i was waiting for her yearly call fondly Elaine and Syd
Esther Bensimon - 20 days ago
To Mitch and Randy, my sincere condolences . Zinnie was my bridge partner for 10 years, we had so much fun, a lovely lady, I will miss her! Wishing you strength during this difficult time .
Lotte Manel - 20 days ago
Dear Family , Wishing you my sincere condolences on the loss of Zinnie. She was a warm, beautiful person who worked with my mom and then with me, always fun and delightful. May your memories bring you comfort at this difficult time . Lotte
Linda Miller/Norm Shacter - 20 days ago
Dear Family: Our sincerest sympathy on your loss. How lucky you were to have Zinnie out West for the last 11 years, and how sad we were to have had her move away (although she was going to be with her children)…she was a wonderful person, a fantastic decorator that we had the pleasure of working with many times, a nice bridge player, and a dear friend. She will be missed. Hopefully, wonderful memories will help you thru these trying times, and we wish you all very long lives. Sincerely, Linda and Norm
Dana Safran - 20 days ago
Dear Randy and Mitchell, My deepest condolences on the loss of Auntie Zinnie. I have so many fond memories of your mom and dad with my grandparents at every single holiday meal or simcha. Your mom always brought energy and interesting conversation to every gathering. I would try to sit next to her and hang on to every word. Zinnie was one of a kind and she will surely be missed. May the memories you have of her be a blessing.