Jane Bachman Wulf
In Memory of
Jane Bachman Wulf (Bachman)
1954 - 2017
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Judy Monteux
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Brett Millier
"Sending love to all of the Wulf's. A great soul like Bambi's lives forever."
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Steve Norman
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Condolence From: Jeanette Yep
Condolence: Steve and family --

I'm shocked to learn of Bambi's passing. I'm one of her Mt. Holyoke classmates. (We suffered through some French classes together. More accurately, I should say, "I suffered" through these classes. Bambi was usually tilting the class curve up and to the right.) We actually first met on the field hockey field in high school. I was playing for Braintree High. Bambi for Wellesley High. As we were running down the field I heard, "go Bambi go!" I looked, yes, for a deer and instead I saw a pretty, blonde, swift-footed runner. Imagine my shock when a few month's later, there was a pretty, blonde woman named Bambi in my French class, wearing a Wellesley High School field hockey jacket!

We reconnected a few years ago at our 35th(?) reunion. I remembered how vibrant she was, how she had a kindness and joie de vivre that was contagious. I'm so sad to hear that she suffered from pancreatic cancer -- a horrible disease. She suffers no more and there is a mercy in this.

I never met any of you but I want you to know that I remember Bambi with great fondness and want to celebrate her life and legacy with you. May God bring each of you his comfort and peace in these days of remembering and sadness.
Wednesday June 21, 2017
Condolence From: William Nack
Condolence: Dear Steve and family:
Please accept my sincerest condolences on the passing of Bambi, a wonderful, buoyant, gifted lady who brought love, kindness and caring to all who knew her, wherever she was.
Friday June 16, 2017
Condolence From: Claudia Wallis
Condolence: So vibrant. So caring. Brimming with love, life, and genuine curiously and concern for what matters. It's very hard to think that Bambi is gone. She changed my life in an important way, and I can only imagine how she did that for so many others. We will keep her in our hearts. My deepest condolences to Steve, their kids, Eva, and everyone else who loved her.
Friday June 16, 2017
Condolence From: Barbara Eskin-Katz
Condolence: Bambi was one of a kind. She was a working mother who somehow found time to make the best costumes, and the sweetest sweets. I was in awe at how she did it all with such joy. Bo and Sarah had such a lovely friendship as children and Bambi (and Steve of course) encouraged it. Sarah loved playing in your apartment and her first ever sleepover in a boy's house was at the house in Larchmont not so long after you moved. It was a special friendship. It also meant Bambi and I got to chat at pick ups and every conversation ended in a smile, a laugh or an outright guffaw.

My sincerest condolences go out to you Steve and to Bo, John, Eve and Elizabeth. I hope, over time, you will focus not on the loss but on how Bambi taught you to love.
Thursday June 15, 2017
Condolence From: Tam Martinides Gray
Condolence: Steve,

Bambi made a difference in my life. I was taking a sabbatical and wrestling with the idea of actually leaving Time after a 25 year career. She made it possible. Few people in that position would have done that. She did.

We went out for lunches and talked about the reporting staff and our families. She was a joy to be with ... positive, humorous, encouraging, warm and delightful.

I am so sorry that she's no longer with us and send my most heartfelt sorrow at her loss. I was hoping I'd see her out here in Berkeley but that was not to be. I'm sure her family has the best memories of her love for them and all that she did as a mother and wife as well as a leader at Time.
Thursday June 15, 2017
Condolence From: Lina Lofaro
Condolence: I was a reporter at Time. Half of my years there coincided with your beautiful wife and mother. Bambi was my advocate. As is true of so many in journalism, Bambi did not have a job, she had a vocation. And, above all, at her vocation, she had perspective. In 2006, when my parents ended up in the hospital, simultaneously, she arranged for me to take my six month sabbatical, immediately, because for one parent -- recovery would take six months and then some. My stress was escalating at the concerns of work and home. Instead Bambi came to the rescue and fixed it for me. When the time came for me to leave Time, she knew it was an anguished decision for me, and she helped me cope. I look over some of the annual holiday notes she sent. One says, "Dearest Lina - Was so happy to hear via Amy (Goehner) that you survived Hurricane Sandy - you were constantly in my thoughts..." (my area, Staten Island, was severely affected by the storm). She was a phenomenon. How did she excel at everything at work and home ??????? I will never know. I so wish I was able to spend more time with her. This monstrous disease, this beast, has no mercy. But, I am so happy to hear she prevailed over her illness these last three years on her own terms. She was still living a life well lived. As your magnificent obituary tells us, what a lesson she taught us. She closed the pages of her life on her own terms, with an utmost grace and a courage beyond comprehension. I will always remember her as I knew her, lithe, ethereal amidst breaking news, as she glided through the halls of Time, epitomizing the words she wrote in another holiday card, "Fancy free and Foot Loose...Memories are made of this." Dear Bambi's family - my prayers are with all of you, too. All of you fought alongside her. When one member of the family is ill, the whole family is ill. And it seems all of you achieved with her, the serenity she so sought and achieved for herself.







Wednesday June 14, 2017
Condolence From: Michael George
Condolence: So sorry for your loss.
Wednesday June 14, 2017
Condolence From: Paul Keyser Froelich
Condolence: It was a sad message to hear about Bambi's passing away. I'm a part of Bambi's family in Norway and remember when she visited us in Hurdal when I was a youth. We are almost at the same age, and it was exciting to have a female visitor from US! Bambi and her 2 daughters visited us again some years ago. My prayer goes to the family.
Wednesday June 14, 2017
Condolence From: Cap Raeder
Condolence: Elizabeth, Wulfie to me, I am so sorry for your loss. Your mother had to be wonderful because of the amazing young woman she raised that I was privileged to get to know!
Wednesday June 14, 2017
Condolence From: Gene Klesser
Condolence: To the Jane Bachman Wulf Family:
You have our deepest sympathy and our thoughts and prayers will be with you during this difficult time. Bambi led a remarkable and very accomplished life.
Marion and Gene Klesser
Tuesday June 13, 2017