April 16th, 2019
My deepest sympathy to the Bulmash family! I had the great pleasure of working at Evanston Hospital and spending lunch with her at the Lunch Bunch table with your mother for so many years. Like Linda said, she always ate her desert before her sandwich. I will always cherish my time with her. She will be dearly missed.
~lunch bunch friend, Peachtree City, GA
March 28th, 2019
Jodi, Mindy and Gene,
Our condolences on the passing of your mother. I always remember her coming into the store smiling and friendly to everyone. She was always proud to see Jodi behind the counter and Gene on the sales floor. She was a warm and caring person who greeted everyone as a friend she just met. Her grandchildren are very lucky to have had someone like her in their lives. She will be missed by many but her memory will live on through you and your children. Again our condolences, Lonny and Barb
March 28th, 2019
Our most heartfelt condolences to Fran’s wonderful family and friends at this most difficult time. We were profoundly saddened to hear of Frans Passing. She always had a big smile and enthusiastic wave each and every time our paths crossed, which was quite often living across the street from she and Paul. She made us an absolutely delicious cake as thanks for helping her and Paul one time, it was nothing really but she expressed her gratitude to us and wouldn’t take back the beautiful plate the cake was presented on. We cherish that plate and will always remember the sweet woman who no doubt meant so much to so many, and touched our lives as well. May her memory be a blessing to all who knew her.
~Beth, Dana & William Andrews
~Neighbors, Skokie, Illinois
March 27th, 2019
My deepest condolences to the Bulmash family. Fran and I worked at Evanston Hospital. We had a group that ate lunch together. We called ourselves the ” Lunch Bunch”. Fran was the one that always ate her ice cream first before her tuna sandwich.
~Work friend, Morton Grove, Ill