To the Editor:
A beautiful memorial celebration was held by Mimi Teixeira Robinson for her late husband, Julian, and her dear sister, Carolyn Teixeira, at Farm Neck on Sunday, August 5.
We all know about the creative genius of witty Julian with his in-depth talent and knowledge of photography, birding, and poetry. This was his retirement life on the Vineyard, but his pre-retirement years were equally fulfilling and rewarding. Julian was a genius in all he pursued, and he received many awards during his active career.
Mimi’s dear sister Carolyn was equally talented in her fields of endeavor. She was a gifted elementary school teacher in the Wellesley school system. She then came to Newton to introduce and run the New Math workshops. Following this, she returned to Wellesley as elementary principal.
Carolyn was an avid reader, a great conversationalist, an extensive world traveler, a commanding bridge player, and Madame DeFarge with her able knitting. Consider yourself blessed if you possess one of her creative works of art.
Thank you, Mimi, for sharing their rich lives with us.