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CG Volunteer - Adam Honigman

  • Subject: [cg] CG Volunteer - Adam Honigman
  • From: jimcall@casagarden.com
  • Date: Sat, 10 Jan 2004 14:38:16 -0800

Friends of this listserv:

In the past, I have complained about inappropiate postings (political views and
not CG oriented) on this listserv so please bear with me here.

In the early morning hours of Dec 25th, Adam Honigman's wife, Allegra
experienced stomach discomfort so she and Adam walked to a nearby hospital
(only a few blocks away). She passed out prior to getting there and a taxi came
to their assistance, taking them to the hospital's emergency room.  She was
experiencing the beginning of a major heart attack.  

A few days later, she was slowing rebounding from this traumatic experience. 
Adam, their son, Daniel, and close friends spent time visiting with her. 
Because the attack impaired her vision, Adam read get well cards to her.

On Jan 4th, Allegra suffered another heart attack.  This created a grave
situation so relatives and close friends were contacted.

Yesterday (Jan 9th), Allegra Benveniste Honigman passed away.  Services will be
held this coming Monday, January 12, 2004 at Congregation 
Emanu-el, 65th Street and Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, NYC at 1:00 p.m.

As many of the ACGA listserv participants are very aware of, Adam is the most
active and helpful contributor to this forum.  His community gardening
expertise which comes from many years of being a devoted volunteer of the
Clinton Community Garden (NYC)is invaluable. He has shown many times over and
over his willingness to help many seeking answers in their quest to create a CG
or to improve their existing garden.  

Please take a few minutes to express your thoughts of this great loss to his
family.  Allegra was a nurse for 30 years.  That committment alone summarized
her devotion to help others in need.

Adam's phone number is 212-541-5277. 
Email: adam36055@aol.com 
Home Address:  360 West 55th Street, New York, NY 10019.

Kindest regards to all,  Jim Call, CASA CG Volunteer Dir.  


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