Bill. My best thoughts are with you. Do reach out if I can be of help or solace.
Bill, I'm very sorry to read of your wife's passing. I hope you'll find peace in many warm memories. Thinking of you, Pat
Deepest condolences from the Northern Beaches of Sydney Australia. Tascha was a delight to know. Ann and Glenn Manewell
Tascha was a mother and sister to me... but most of all, a good friend and my libra partner in crime. I thought for sure she would be with us into my golden years. I am not sure what I will do without her in my future. I can only hope to carry her legacy of art and music with me and find solace that I have yet another guardian angel. There is no one like her on this earthly plane.
Tascha was not only an excellent musician but a gifted and loving teacher. One of her legacies is all the music still being made and enjoyed by her students. It blesses my family every day. She was such a genuine friend too. I’m very sorry for your loss Bill. Sincerely, Stephanie Kunkel
Ann and I will miss Tascha. We especially enjoyed spending time with her and Bill, in our outings together. She was beautiful inside and out. She was totally devoted to her friends and family during their health struggles. Her service to others, her talent and skill in teaching and her beautiful music, are all lasting legacies for us to cherish.
I was saddened to learn of Tascha's passing. She was a special lady! Listening to her play the cello was always a uplifting experience.
My deepest sympathy.
I was saddened to learn of Tascha's death. I send you my heartfelt condolences and wish you strength and good health in these weeks and months of transition.
When my mother died many years ago, a friend extended the following expression of sympathy: "Well, now the healing can begin." I liked that. I offer it to you!
With warm sympathy,
I very much enjoyed my friendship with Tascha over the years and will miss her. Much sympathy to you, Bill.
Dear Bill and Friends and Family of Tascha:
I was so saddened to hear that Tascha is gone. She was a good neighbor and friend. We did not get to enjoy enough time together. I loved her curiosity and sharp mind, her ability to be open to new adventures, and her kindness. She was so thoughtful - even when sick she would show up with a smile and a little gift. I will miss her shy smile that blossomed into a wide grin. And I will miss seeing her with Winnie and Smooshie. Wishing you peace and comfort at this difficult time, Bill.
Bill, I was so shocked to hear about Tascha’s death from Dusty. I will miss our rides together to the he gym. As I went through the same thing two years ago with Margaret, I can relate to your grief. Let’s get together soon.
Bill: Tasha was always a kind and generous person to Diane and I and we are so very sorry to hear of her passing. Our prayers hopefully have reached Tasha who is in heaven with her lord and savior Jesus Christ and God the Father. We cannot fully understand your grief but we know she is in a better place, that shining city on a hill that Ronald Reagan so aptly described. We are comforted in the knowledge that her spirit is alive and lighting a path for us all to follow.
In Jesus name we pray, Amen.
Dave Yansky & Diane Burke