Lois Liebert

Lois Liebert died April 27, 2014 at Brandon Woods. No services are planned.

5 Condolences

  1. Robin Breit on April 27, 2014 at 5:00 pm

    Steve and family
    I am so sorry to hear about your mom. my thoughts are with you all.

  2. Theresa Schmidt on April 29, 2014 at 10:06 pm

    Dear Lynn & Steve,
    I am so sorry for your loss of your Mother. I remember her well from the St. John’s school days growing up..She always had a kind smile..My sincere condolences to your family. Theresa

  3. Jack Oglesby on April 30, 2014 at 1:36 pm

    Thoughts and prayers with all of you. The Jack Oglesby and Sandy Gantz families

  4. Jeanne Ellermeier on May 1, 2014 at 9:57 pm


    I only met you once with your mom, and greatly admired the beautiful work you did in her home. She was so proud of it!

    We volunteered and worked together several years at the Watkins Museum, and became good friends. I will continue to miss her..
    My sincere condolences to you and your family.

  5. Jaxson on October 18, 2014 at 11:02 am

    At the risk of being obnoxious, can you plsaee provide evidence of the myriad changes you reference? Oh, and I wasn’t disagreeing with you on the sources; I think we’re both in agreement on that issue.>>I guess what you mean is that it has failed to address its past to the satisfaction of those who would like to see it gone.No, that is not what I mean. Frankly, nor have I advocated that the Party should be gone. What I have stated is that there should be a true review of the history of the Party’s decisions and actions and that it should summarily be held to account for them this has not happened. Any reasonably detailed accounts of the Cultural Revolution (the great majority negative) are banned in China and only available outside of the country. There has been no review of the events from the spring of 1989 in China. No review of the Great Leap Forward. No review of Mao’s actions or his being held to account for his role in any of the disasters actions he spawned (his role in the Cultural Revolution was blamed on the Gang of Four to a large degree and the rest hidden). I did reference that there were many economic changes and should have been more clear that those were put forth as a way to get past the excessive destruction of the Cultural Revolution and to help bring China into the modern era to Deng’s credit. But that does not indicate that China has been reflective or navel gazing merely that it is trying to rebuild itself. If it were reflective, I wonder if it would stop to compare itself to 1930 s Japan?And finally, I want to be very clear. I am not nor have I indicated a preference for the removal of the Party though I do think it should share power. I have pointed out that the nation (or Party, if you wish) must look at its past in a dispassionate light and recognize the mistakes that it has made and build from there. Unless and until it does, there is little hope that we will see the civil society that everyone hopes for.

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