Monday, February 4, 2008

A Brother's Wish -Raliegh Bertrand


My prayers are with my sister. I hope God makes her an
angel so she can look over us all. It hurts so very
much and I can't make the pain go away.

Raleigh Bertrand - Southern California

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow!What a beautiful women. May she rest in Peace

Susie Kantor Szaraz said...

I met Marcheline once when I was friends with her brother Raliegh. I don't recall much, but what I read and heard about her, she truly is an angel. May she rest in peace! I feel bad for the people who loved her, especially her daughter Angi, because a mother-daughter relationship is irreplaceable.I wish everyone well in the family. Special regards to Raliegh. Susie

holymotherofgod said...

The words in this post that spoke to me were"I can't make the pain go away". I understand and hear this, and am so sorry for your loss. Je pleure pour votre perte. From Holymotherofgod in Canada

Caroline said...

Dear Rollie,
Your sister and I were best friends our senior year of high school. Do you remember the photos you took at Griffith Park and across from the Bev Hills Hotel? During the year before Marcia died I found memories of her crossing my mind at frequent intervals, which puzzled me. I did not know that she was ill until I heard news of her death. The lesson I learned was this: follow your instincts. When I think of someone now, I contact them. The times I thought of your sister and did not follow through with finding her caused me sadness and loss of a friend that I made timeless memories with, without reconnecting. Thoughts of Devereaux, the Sunset Strip, our
60s dresses and long straight hair make me smile, right now. Thanks Marcheline, still your friend, love, Caroline
(Rollie: care776@aol.com)

Anonymous said...

Beautiful eyes, she's like Angelina.

Anonymous said...

May you rest in peace too Rollie!

cisrundle said...

Today is march's birthday.....not a day goes by that I don't think of her pure beauty inside and out ....I miss her so much ..her laugh ... I loved to make her laugh.....it was gods gift to know her....knowing march made me a better person....I feel her near in life and in death....my mother died last mothers day in my arms...I felt march with me in each last breath of my mom....march was great to my mom and to all who were lucky to know her....what a woman.. Mother sister friend she is and was....know your still loved my friend.....

lwhitsett said...

My sister and I went to grammar school with Marcheline (we called her Marcia). A very sweet and beautiful girl. :)