Letitia Baldrige

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Please accept my sincere condolences and sincere prayers that go out to the surviving family and friends. May the God of comfort continue to bless you and yours especially after such an untimely loss of a very precious life please accept my deepest sympathies. (2 Cor. 1:2, 3).

The world has lost a treasure.She was a "Great Lady" in the very best sense of the idea; courageous, unwavering, generous and loyal. A formidable woman with a heart of gold and a rapier wit. I was honored to have met her. She left the world a better place for her having been here.
My heartfelt sympathy to her friends and family.
In loving memory,
Lee Findley

Throughout her life Tish was a very very generous friend. We met in Rome when she was attached to the American embassy working with Clare Boothe Luce and I was working at CARE, Inc. earning a local salary of $100 a month. She would pick me up in her car when driving to the beach, invite me to dine in her apartment, and include me in functions at the embassy. When we both returned to the US and I became a free-lance photographer who was taking pictures of families Tish who was a devout...

My deepest sympathy to Ms' Baldrige's family May God give you conmfort in your time of grief .

Love Mesky

I would like to thank Ms. Baldrige for all her wonderful books, several of which I own, and for the guidance she gave me years ago when I needed to write a joint condolence/congratulatory note.

Her books are wonderful reads and I continue to treasure them all. Thank you, Tish! I will continue to commend your books and your style to all of my friends in the Baha'i community.

In closing, an excerpt from a prayer for the departed, from the Baha'i Faith:

All the best to family and loved ones at this difficult time. May the God of all comfort be with you.

You were always so elegant; someone for a young girl to look up to. RIP

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.


Letitia's Obituary

WASHINGTON Letitia Baldrige, who was social secretary to first lady Jacqueline Kennedy and also became known as a "doyenne of decorum" and chief arbiter of good manners in modern America, died Oct. 29 at the Sunrise at Fox Hill nursing facility in Bethesda, Md. She was 86. She had...

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