In Memory

Meredith Most (Sander)

Sadly we have been told by her good friend Francine that after a 14 month battle with cancer, Meredith Most has passed.    

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03/09/17 04:53 AM #2    

Karen Kessler Goodman (Kennedy)

I am so shocked and saddened by Meredith's passing. I remember her from the first grade at El Rodeo.  She was kind and adorable starting at the age of six.  We used to walk home together on early release day for "Yellow Alert" to see who got there first Meredith, Bob Irmas or me. Then on to high school, where Meredith was one smart student and was dressed in the cutest enviable mix.  such a shame and what a loss for her family  


03/09/17 09:27 AM #3    

Clarke Young

I am shocked and saddened.  I had no idea Meredith was suffering so.  My heatfelt condolences to her family and close friends.  I remember her well.

03/09/17 09:48 AM #4    

Jeffrey Wald

As I mentioned on Francine's Facebook page, I am so saddened by this news. My heart goes out to Meredith's family and wonderful friends like Francine. 

03/09/17 12:31 PM #5    

Douglas Erenberg

Our friendship goes back to El Rodeo kindergarten when we shared the duties of tending the cape and gown of the May-Day King & Queen‼  Meredith never let me forget this, and she also kept our friendship very strong and loving for all thes years,....even from her new-found home in Germany!  What a truly big-hearted and vibrant friend, wife, mother, sister, daughter, etc...   We are all most fortunate to have her as a classmate.



03/09/17 07:57 PM #6    

Wendy Weizer (Rosman)

One of the first of the "in crowd" to be nice to me.  I remember here well from El Rodeo in 7th grade.  Whenever I dirve up Benedict and pass Ambassador, I have ALWAYS thought of her.  I will continue to do that and say a prayer as I do.  Rest in peace, Meredith!!!!

03/10/17 06:39 AM #7    

Richard Nierenberg




I am shocked, surprized and saddened.

Meredith was one of the first people I met coming to El Rodeo in 4th grade, she lived a few blocks away and we visited on Ambassador. I remember that day.

We didn't really speak hardly at all in high school, but I remember seeing her and her successes well.

It was always amazing she came from so far away for every reunion. Won "furthest" travel if I remember?

Although we really hadn't spoken except very brief hellos at these reunions, or perhaps because that, this loss brings home a certain taste of the frost of mortality. It is very saddening.




03/10/17 08:02 AM #8    

Gary Raymond

I remember her in 4th grade like it was yesterday. A very pretty, classy and polite girl.

03/10/17 10:52 AM #9    

Brian Bingham

While I never knew Meredith, even during the time we were all in high school together, Meredith was one of those people whom I never failed to notice from a distance (usually clear across the rolling hills of the BHHS front lawn, at the time. Her grace and tranquil elegance is what emerges from my mind's memory during that four years. How sad it is that the "Emporer of all Maladies" has claimed another beautiful soul among us. I add my heartfelt sympathy to Meredith's family and friends throughout her life as they grieve.

03/10/17 02:06 PM #10    

Michael Hiatt

Meredith was a good friend and competitive tennis player. We enjoyed many sporting days together. By mere chance I ran into her and Ari during her treatment and while in Los Angeles around the holidays. She was upbeat, despite her battle that was taking a greater toll than how she appeared that evening. My condolences to her family. She left to soon. She wil be missed and remembered.  

03/11/17 07:41 AM #11    

Frank Kavelin

Although it probably happened more than once, Meredith was the only girl I can remember who wouldn’t dance with me when I asked her.  It was at a Y dance and she explained that she was only dancing with the boy who brought her.  His name was Boris and she only danced with him.

The first time I saw her was at youth symphony practice, which was held at El Rodeo.  Meredith played violin, a fact that her own daughter didn’t realize as I recall.  Although she could have been focused completely on herself, she struck me as being far more focused on others—a desirable impression for any of us to leave at the close of our lives.

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