Bridget
Bridget Raia, age 41, passed away peacefully in her Manhattan Beach home on October 10th. She was born, raised, and educated in the South Bay. Bridget is survived by her beloved husband, Mark Raia, her father Dan Cashen, her two brothers, Kevin and Tim, and a devoted extended family. Funeral service will be held on October 25th at 1:30pm at American Martyrs Church, Manhattan Beach. Followed by a reception at The Lakes at El Segundo Golf Course located on Sepulveda Blvd. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.

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  1. Lovely sweet Bridget – you will be missed by so many. Your sparkling spirit will shine on forever. My deepest condolences to Mark and all of your friends and family ~ may all find comfort in the memories of the good times shared. Sincerely, Karen

  2. Bridget, WE LOVE YOU! You are such a beautiful person. Heaven just became more bright & fun. Your wonderful laughter echoes in my head. We had great times together. To dance, to sing, to smile… One of a kind. So special. Dear, God. Thank you for sharing Bridget with us.

  3. Bridget will be missed by many of us at Mattel. We had many fun times here with her and we will always remember the smile she had every day. She was a big part of our group and will be missed. Thanks, Chris Parker

  4. Bridget will forever remain in our hearts as we have fond memories of her cheerful personality and the fun times we enjoyed working and playing together.

  5. Bridget was such a beautiful person inside and out. Her smile and spirit always lit up any room. She had a heart of gold. Her laughter was contagious. Her love of family, friends, pets was always evident. I am deeply saddened by her death. I am grateful she is no longer in pain. I see her singing, smiling, dancing, celebrating. Our sympathy goes out to Mark and the family. We love you Bridget!!!!!

  6. I have many memories of Bridget. She was lively, spirited, and sort of a rebel sometimes. I spent time with her as little kids all the way up until St. Bernards HS. Bridget, you will live on in my heart for ever and ever. I will miss you!!

  7. Dear Dan, I haven’t seen you since our Loyola University days but just saw the notice of the passing of your beautiful daughter Bridget. My deepest condolences.

  8. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family at this time. Bridget, thanks for all of the beautiful memories we had. I will always cherish them. May you rest in peace.

  9. MARK, TIM, KEVIN…AND FAMILY. OUR SYMPATHIES ARE WITH YOU ALL, DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME. BRIDGET AS YOU KNOW..WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED AS WONDERFUL PERSON AND FRIEND.. HEAVEN DEFINATELY HAS A NEW ANGEL…WE LOVE YOU. GRANT & MICHELE PORTER

  10. Bridget, ever since I first met you as kids (when you ran into my house in the Jungle and raided the fridge!), or when we partied in high school or when we went to the delta, you always managed to put a smile on my face and brighten everyone’s day with your laughter. I will miss you always, my friend. R.I.P.

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