Farewell Aviva, you were a passionate woman for your community and your vision and support for the Open Door program was wonderful, our condolences to family and friends. ... See MoreSee Less
It is with much sadness we post to let you know that Aviva Orgad passed away peacefully yesterday.
We offer our deepest condolences to her son, Yoram, and beloved grandchildren.
So many of you will have benefited from Aviva’s passion and enthusiasm for the Mount Stuart community and her care in creating places for us to experience ourselves as a community. As Hall Booking Officer she reinvigorated the Hall, joining Eric and Lynden to make a powerful team. The beautiful condition and strong usage of the Hall is a testament to her vision, hard work and determination.
She was delighted when the Open Door Program started. It is now in its second year. It is wonderful and all Aviva – the program, the format, the presenters, the team she gathered (thank you Megan and Vicki).
We will miss her deeply. She is dear to us.
There will be a memorial service for Aviva at the Hall in several weeks. More details to come.
from the Committee Members of the Mount Stuart Hall and Residents Associations
(Photo: Aviva launching the Open Door Program in 2017)
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