Monday, January 25, 2010


January 27, 2010 is the third Anniversary of Marcheline's passing. To commemorate this day, we are celebrating our memories of her with this short video.

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is so sweet, may you all find peace in your mom's love.

DeeDa said...

This video made me tear up. So touching and genuine.. she seemed to be such a sweet,beautiful, and gracious person.

Angelo-Custode said...

This is so touching ... and the hardest thing under the sun is a silent goodbye from the ones you love...
Marcia has never left you, Jamie and Angie. You must feel her nearby from time to time. I saw the photos and she is often around Shiloh too.
Be at peace dear children of Marcia's.

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Anonymous said...

My prayers are with your family. When loved ones move without us it does hurt but it is hurt that we carry with us, until we realize that it is a phase of endearing love. Tell your children stories of your mom constantly, so much so that the younger children who never had the chance to meet her feel as if they've known her all their lives. Let your mother and the love she shared live on. She was a wonderful woman with the tranquility of angels and her children carry those same gifts in their care for others.

Have a blessed life.
Erica

Anonymous said...

Thinking of you all today ...

Christy said...

Beautiful video and beautiful lady. This is very touching. Thank you for posting.

R said...

So sweet.

Eddie said...

The meaning of life... LOVE

Mattia Genini said...

really a nice family

Anonymous said...

Angie every passing day is more like Marchie, and it is so beautiful to see, over the years is just beautiful, like her mother. Two beautiful and charming women, mother and daughter great examples. ♥
Carina

Karin said...

A Beautiful video, with one of the best songs ever, Israel Kamakawiwo'Ole, 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow'
Hope you'll find peace.
Your mum was beautiful and Angelina really looks like her/

Flavia said...

What a sweet , bright and beautiful person she was, giving so much love to her children.

SoCalGal said...

What a beautiful tribute video. It made me tear up, having lost my own mom to the same disease 15 years ago on the 25th. Your brief 3 minute clip speaks volumes about what a sweet caring person she was in life, and what a wonderful loving relationship she had with you and your brother. I was truly moved by it. Thanks for sharing.

I hope with the passage of time the heartache of loss subsides for you and your family, and only happy memories take precedence. My thoughts are with you and yours today.

melissa said...

How I ended up here today I have no idea...but I came across this video today and Iam so overwhemed by emotion. I did not know Marcheline or her family but my heart breaks to see this. When I do stop crying, Im going to call my mom, I may even make peace with my dad..because this just made me realize how precious our time here is and I may have already lost so much time. Hugging the kids a little tighter today, god bless angelina and her family..thanks for bringing a little light, Im pretty sure I was supposed to see this today, wow.

Anonymous said...

I didn't get to see the video of the Hawaii footage, but was touched by the gesture. Angie will never know me, but she effects my life profoundly with her work in movies and life. I support Angie in her many endevours. Thank you for your service.

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful woman. She looks just like angelina, same beautiful feautures. Angelina my heart goes out to you and your brother on this sad day. But think of it as a reminder each year of how much loving time you shared together. Hope all is well. Rest in peace marcheline.
Ashley
Knoxville, tn

DJ McDivitt said...

She was very beautiful.

Libby's H*O*P*E* said...

This weblog is a beautiful tribute to a wonderful mother. I lost my 26 yr. old cousin to ovarian cancer in July 2008. Hopefully, we will find an early detection test, and ultimately, a cure for this hideous disease. I too dedicated a weblog to my cousin called "Libby's H*O*P*E*" based on her desire to educate all women about ovarian cancer.

In the book "Tuesdays With Morrie" (by Mitch Albom),the terminally ill Morrie says "death ends a life but not a relationship." Morrie believed that loved ones who pass continue to live on in the hearts and minds of those who loved them. This weblog is clear proof that Morrie was right.

Thank you for sharing your special memories of Marcheline Bertrand with us. Best, Paul

Anonymous said...

That is so nice of you to make a video of a sweet lady.

Anonymous said...

Hello. And Bye.