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August 27, 2013
Blessings to the entire Bridges Family.
August 27, 2013
Having just read the Beautiful Book of Poems,, my Sympathies and Love to the Bridges' family, Dorothy was indeed among the Greatest Women and her legacy lives on in her Beau, Jeff, and Lucinda, and their children and theirs.
May you all be blessed and have continued success in your lives.
November 18, 2012
Please accept my sincere condolences. Your mother was a beautiful person.
January 28, 2012
In the 1970s, my wife and I vacationed at Freeport in the Bahamas every year. Quite often we would run into the Bridges. Mrs. Bridge was very friendly and several times entered into lengthy conversations with my wife.During one such meeting, Lloyd was not certain if he should accept a certain engagement. She emphatically said to him that he should take it, and he did. She talked about her two boys who were relatively young at that time and that she was having more trouble with one than the other, I don't reemember which one. I believe that they also had a daughter, because I saw her in the casino with her dad. Dorothy seemed like a very nice lady, who engaged unknown strangers such as ourselves in lengthy conversations. I believe that they stayed at the Xanadu. It was a nice memory for us, and yes Lloyd went into the ocean in his scuba gear.
September 30, 2011
May the God of comfort and tender mercies continue to comfort you and your family.

Know that very shortly death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things will have passed away.

Please accept my sincere condolences.

D. Clark
August 31, 2011
My condolences go out to the Bridges family, especially Jeff and Beau. Dorothy was a wonderful and great matriarch of the family. I believe she stood behind her husband Lloyd (RIP Lloyd) and both boys in whatever direction they decided to go in with their careers.

God Bless you all!
April 24, 2011
Sunlight
climbs stone stairs through the trees.
I go that way.
January 08, 2011
My deepest sympathy to the Bridges Family. I always watched Sea Hunt. LLoyd Brides great actor. I enjoy poetry as well and would like to look up Dorothy Bridges works.Mrs.Bridges may you have comfort and peace now that you are with the your soul mate again in the afterlife. God be with you

Pamela Fussell Garland, Texas
September 27, 2010
May the God of comfort and tender mercies continue to comfort your family and friends, and may you find comfort in the words found in the Holy Scriptures: "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away."" Please accept my sincere condolences during this time of your loss.
August 05, 2010


Sending God’s blessings to the Bridges family with a poem. I wrote this when my Mom died.

Life is a journey. When we begin this journey, we know ultimately, there will be an end. In some way there is, but more important is what happened along the way that makes us who we are. Our lives are the threads of connected experiences encountered during this personal journey. The building materials are our parents who make us, then its family, surroundings, people, events and experiences. We never really know how these building materials shape our lives, thoughts and feelings until we lose one of the pieces that helped connect the threads of our journey. It’s then that we feel an end and that part of us is gone because they are gone. But it is the complete opposite. All of you are here and better because of your Mom. She is a special part in the thread that made you who you are. What we gain from others throughout our lives never ends but gets brighter within us because of them and life continues. And when we go away, the light gets brighter in others, and life goes on and on. Maybe that’s what we call a soul.

Celebrate her life and the fact that you were fortunate to have her in it as she was to have you in hers. Your Mom is in our prayers.

The Lawrence Family

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