Condolence & Memory Journal

We were saddened to read of Verena's death. George and Verena befriended my wife Isabel and I when newly arrived from Hobart Tasmania, they were our host family before settling into housing in Cambridge. We remember Verena's great kindness and infectious good will and regret that we lost contact after moving away from Boston.
We send George and their children our love and best wishes and were very pleased but sad that we were able to find her obituary on here.

Posted by Timothy Hurburgh - Melbourne Australia   January 25, 2020

I have fond memories of Mrs. Rybicki who was a loving mother to Stephen and Sarah. As a friend of Stephen's, I remember her as a wonderful hostess and a strong positive influence on the family. Sincere condolences to Mr. Rybicki, Stephen and Sarah.

Posted by David Otte - MA   January 03, 2020

I have many fond memories of Verena during her time of volunteering at the AGM Library and the day my family and I spent with her in Lexington. My deepest sympathies and condolences to her family. Philip R. Conley, Director of Library Services, retired.

Posted by Philip Conley - Stoughton, MA - Coworker   December 15, 2019

In fond memory of Mrs Rybicki, known to me as Dr William Morgan's daughter and biographer. That biography is one of most informative and enjoyable works in the field of modern Tibetan and colonial history and I am forever grateful to Verena for her generosity in gifting me a copy. My condolences to the family. Prof. Alex McKay: Belbora NSW, Australia.

Posted by Alex McKay - Retired to Australia - Coworker   December 12, 2019