Stars on Earth, Angels in Heaven ..
To them, today, tomorrow and forever ...
"He looked like a prince and like a tennis player too. He was an handsom boy, wonderful."
You will never meet a child as happy as Vadim was.
He appreciated every day that went by. His contagious smile, his words full of serenity and optimism. I couldn’t desire a better friend. You’re a hero. You enriched our lives and I had the privilege to have known you. I love you, Vadim, my best friend.
He had four smaller brothers and he was a hero to all of them, the big brother.
This luminous young man accommodated you in his light, received you in his joy which then became also yours. He liked the life passionately, in spite of the dark grimaces of this one. He tried to understand the least comprehensible springs of them.
Vadim could see, could look at, sought to understand the difficult one and incomprehensible exemption from payment of certain spites. He loved his characters even least pleasant. He could sympathize with them without to excuse the inexcusable one.
What I want to retain of Vadim, it is that he will have known to live with passion the little of time that the life will have granted to him. The life of Vadim will have been short, a flash, but it also will have been fully filled. He will have had time to live some of his greater dreams. He will have been formidably liked by his parents, his brothers, his friends, those which will have mixed with him. This famous young man as discrete as bright will have added to our lives, with my life. Goodbye, Vadim.
He had a big charisma and always was a big worker.
"Jaclyn was a very sweet, wonderful child, good-hearted and charming. She loved people, and she made everyone feel like they were important."
We adored her, she impressed us so much. She made us think about a young Mary Tyler Moore. When she appeared on the screen she took up all the space, she had an immense charisma. She really had a gift for theatre.
Her talent made her special, but her personality was what made her a unique girl. No day goes by when we don’t think of her. She inspires us, she enriched our lives and those of many other people, in so many different ways. She was a blessed child, who blessed us with her presence. We’re still blessed.
Jacky was perfect, she was flawless. No one will ever convince me otherwise.
Jaclyn was a rising television star. Beautiful, vital, bright and effervescent.
Every day I would get my hug and the little whisper..."I love you Mrs.W..I mean..Leslie..."
Jackie was a wonderful girl, who got along with everyone. She never fought. She was a good student, and a kind girl.She was generous, and always a smile on her face!
Jaclyn Linetsky was a remarkable, accomplished young woman who touched the hearts of each and everyone with whom she came into contact.
Nevertheless, in the seventeen years she was with us, she accomplished more than many have in an entire lifetime.
Jaclyn was a bright, vivacious, happy individual whose infectious giggle, radiant smile and joie de vivre were her essence. She was a warm, giving, sincere, generous and loving daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, cousin and friend. She had maturity and wisdom beyond her years. She was compassionate, loyal and thoughtful and those around her were enriched by her presence.
He was so god damned beautiful, she was so damn beautiful.
They were both the heroes of the household, they were both idolised but anyone they knew, including me.
We keep them alive in our hearts and as long as we remember them they'll never go away.
"I don't cease to look at the sky because since this 8th September 2003 shine the most beautiful stars."