In Memory

Brigitta Marti (Page)

Brigitta Marti (Page)

Updated obituary (April 2021)

Brigitta Marti Page born September 29, 1948 in Switzerland only child of Hans and Heidi Marti. She along with her parents immigrated on the Queen Mary to America in 1956 at the age of 8 years. They settled in Westchester where she attended elementary through high school graduating from Roosevelt in 1966. After which she attended secretarial/business school and began a career at the CBS building in Manhattan. Returning to Switzerland in 1968 for a 12 month work period.

Brigitta married and is survived by her two children son Pan, daughter Alexis and  two granddaughters Isabella and Ellie.
Over the years she lived in New York, Switzerland, Vermont, California, and briefly in Oregon.
Brigitta died on April 9, 2020 of complications from Thyroid cancer surgery, at the time she was living in Vermont. A true free Spirit of the late 60's and 70's cultural revolution she loved music, history, philosophy, the arts, an avid skier who loved biking and hiking. Brigitta was wise and kind and beautiful with grace and the coolest style and she loved to dance.

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07/02/20 11:56 AM #1    

Ernestine Colombo

I'm finding this hard to believe. I am truly saddened to hear of Brigitta's passing in April, 2020. Along with Cathy Bruno, Brigitta and I were the Teen Trio in our wonderful and memorable "Bye Bye Birdie" production. What fun! Brigitta was one of my best friends at Roosevelt H.S. We loved The Beatles, and Brigitta was the first person to really recognize the genius and personal appeal of Steve Tallerico, who later became Steven Tyler of Aerosmith. Brigitta and I spoke a few years ago, and it was so great to hear my friend's voice again, and to see that she still remained the same free spirit that I loved and admired when we were just girls. Rock on, Brigitta!

07/05/20 11:29 AM #2    

Thomas Pragliola

Very saddened to hear of Brigitta's passing. We were a couple at our senior prom. My condolences to friends and family. 

07/06/20 11:25 AM #3    

John Boccardi

She was a beautiful lady  I am very saddened by her passing. God Bless you B


04/08/21 11:24 AM #4    

Kathy Freeman

So very sorry to hear of Brigitta's passing.  Deepest sympathy to her family.  RIP.

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