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April 27, 2018

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November 2, 2012
We are so sorry for your loss.
November 2, 2012
To the Family of Letitia Baldrige; I was both shocked & saddened to learn of her passing. She was a wonderful addition to the world of culture, beginning with the Kennedy Administration in 1961, and continuing throughout her life. I always enjoyed her interviews in many profiles of the Kennedy Family. She was a great friend to Jackie, and was always protective of her legacy. May she rest in peace, and know that she too, has left a legacy in the world of politics, culture and the nostalgia of the Camelot days, & the 1960's.
November 1, 2012
To Ms. Baldrige's Family: Your loss is shared by those for whom proper etiquette still means a lot. I had the pleasure of being referred to "Letitia Baldrige's New Complete Guide to Executive Manners," and felt immediately drawn to her writing style and common-sense advice. I once emailed her with a question on the proper title for a former state governor on a guest list, and to my surprise, she responded immediately and welcomed any further questions. It was obvious that Ms. Baldrige loved her work and loved language. May her work live on and inspire others for many years to come, and may you, her family and friends, find comfort in your memories and in the knowledge that she was respected by many.
November 1, 2012
Rest in Peace