Zac Mordechai Levovitz, Mona's friend
The loss is indescribable and the hurt that u must be feeling is endless. I can only believe that the love that u and Mona have lived forever. Love never dies. And it lives on in u, and in everything good in the world.
It's just not fair, and life is too cruel. All we can do is try to take warmth in each other and try to make the world just a little better in her honor.
The world is a cruel place. All we can do is honor her memory, try to understand a little more of what she was going through and try to make the world a little better for the other Monas in the Orthodox and Syrian communities.
Helene Feldman, Mona's friend
A precious person
Calla Feucht, Mona's friend
"You were so kind to me when I joined the Stonewall Chorale as a stranger. I'm so sorry for the burden you carried. Thank you for the goodness and love you gave to the world."
Jeanne Aranow Goodman,· Boston City Singers, where Mona sang
I'm shocked and saddened to hear about your passing. Your talent and vibrancy were a great asset to the Boston City Singers. My heart goes out to your family.
Mona with Karen Mak, and Gywanna Smith, 2 friends from the Stonewall Chorale, at the Pride Parade,
New York, NY 2015