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Natalie Rae Dosick Sollee
  • 81 years old
  • Date of birth: Feb 7, 1931
  • Date of passing: May 27, 2012
Let the memory of Natalie be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Natalie Sollee, 81, born on February 7, 1931 and passed away on May 27, 2012. We will remember her forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Tomas Lichauco on 20th April 2013

"Natalie was always my reliable source for common sense advice.
She was on an intellectual plane that allowed her to see right through confusion and identify a problem. Her insight was always accurate. Many time it was not what I wanted to hear -- but she was always right."

This tribute was added by Jessica Sollee on 15th April 2013

"We are so sorry to hear of Natalie's passing..  she was such a dear friend  over the years, and we have missed her when she moved..  We remember her with great fondness, her love of music, her expertise as a psychologist, and her warmth as  friend.. We are sorry that we cannot come.. Dorothy and Jerry Singer"

This tribute was added by Jessica Sollee on 15th April 2013

"In 1981 - 82, I was privileged to participate in the post-doctoral Fellowship Program in Pediatric Neuropsychology at Children' Hospital in Boston.  Natalie as one of the founders was central to this important training program that has very significantly influenced the neuropsychological services available to children and families in New England...(cont) by Lee Reich, Ph.D."

This tribute was added by Jessica Sollee on 15th April 2013

"That's sad news about Natalie. She was a helpful, keenly inquiring supervisor with a different perspective than others during my post-doc in 1980-81. The field is better for her many contributions.    -Milton Jay"

This tribute was added by Jessica Sollee on 15th April 2013

"Nat started the neuropsychology service at Children's &
developed the training program there. Many, like myself, who had the opportunity to work with her, will remember her unique ability to integrate traditional psychological principles with the new science of neuropsychology that was emerging at the time.I will remember her forever.  --Richard Fischer"

This tribute was added by Jessica Sollee on 8th June 2012

"Your mother was part of a very exciting time in Neuropsychology in Boston.  Science was evolving in a way to help with better diagnosis and support of individuals with brain injury.  Your mother had terrific insight as she worked with the Psychology and Neurology decision makers to start a new consultation service in Neuropsychology at Children's.  She developed a training program--Sandy S"

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