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Remembering the Victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks

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AMERICAN AIRLINES FLIGHT 11
Anna Williams Allison • David Lawrence Angell • Lynn Edwards Angell • Seima Aoyama • Barbara Jean Ares Tegui • Myra Joy Aronson • Christine Barbuto • Carolyn Mayer Beug • Kelly Ann Booms • Carol Marie Bouchard • Neilie Anne Heffernan Casey • Jeffrey Dwayne Collman • Jeffrey W. Coombs • Tara Kathleen Creamer • Thelma Cuccinello • Patrick Currivan • Brian P. Dale • David DiMeglio • Donald Americo DiTullio • Alberto Dominguez • Paige Farley-Hackel • Alexander Milan Filipov • Carol Flyzik • Paul Friedman • Karleton D.B. Fyfe • Peter Alan Gay • Linda M. George • Edmund Glazer • Lisa Reinhart Fenn Gordenstein • Andrew Peter Charles Curry Green • Peter Paul Hashem • Robert Jay Hayes • Edward (Ted) R. Hennessy • John A. Hofer • Cora Hidalgo Holland • John Nicholas Humber • Waleed Iskandar • John Charles Jenkins • Charles Edward Jones • Robin Kaplan • Barbara Keating • David Kovalcin • Judy Larocque • Natalie Janis Lasden • Daniel John Lee • Daniel C. Lewin • Sara Elizabeth Low • Susan A. MacKay • Karen A. Martin • Thomas F. McGuinness • Christopher D. Mello • Jeffrey Peter Mladenik • Antonio Jesus Montoya Valdes • Carlos Alberto Montoya • Laura Lee Morabito • Mildred Naiman • Laurie Ann Neira • Renee Lucille Newell • Kathleen Ann Nicosia • Jacqueline J. Norton • Robert Grant Norton • John Ogonowski • Betty Ann Ong • Jane M. Orth • Thomas Nicholas Pecorelli • Berinthia Berenson Perkins • Sonia Morales Puopolo • David E. Retik • Jean Destrehan Roger • Philip M. Rosenzweig • Richard Barry Ross • Jessica Leigh Sachs • Rahma Salie • Heather Lee Smith • Dianne Bullis Snyder • Douglas J. Stone • Xavier Suarez • Madeline Amy Sweeney • Michael Theodoridis • James Anthony Trentini • Mary Barbara Trentini • Pendyala Vamsikrishna • Mary Alice Wahlstrom • Kenneth E. Waldie • John Wenckus • Candace Lee Williams • Christopher Rudolph Zarba

6 Responses to Remembering the Victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks

  1. aleyva

    What it is
    It is more than wrong
    It is evil
    It is not a crusade
    It is an act of war
    It did not happen to New York
    It happened to America
    It did not happen up state
    It happened down the street
    Faceless people did not die
    Our
    mothers,
    fathers,
    brothers,
    and sisters
    were murdered
    It did not happen on the East Coast
    It happened in our backyard
    It did not happen to skyscrapers
    It happened at work
    It was not aimed at the Government
    It was aimed at US…
    may god bless all that died and may god help us all who lived.

  2. Roland

    Neilie, we knew each other in high school. I have fond memories of a red-haired, freckle-faced tennis player that drove a beat up orange Volvo. You had spunk and attitude and balanced the line between a stereotypically high school snobby crowd and real crowd – you threw a party at your parent’s house and proved that sensability with a style that was uniquely yours. You made an impression on all of us that day. I haven’t seen or spoken to you since high school, but I’m sure you extended that quality for life with love and surrounded yourself and others with the same. Rest in peace, with fond memories of a friendship from long ago…

  3. natalia

    I GUESS THAT WORDS CAN NOT DESCRIBE THEY WAY I FEEL ABOUT THAT DAY (SEPT. 11) AND I AM SORRY FOR EVERYONE WHO HAD DIED THAT DAY AND I AM SORRY EVEN MORE NOW FOR ALL THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE DIED BECUZ OF THAT DAY. R.I.P

  4. Tim

    In Laurie Neira’s Memory
    Your childhood friends Kathy & Tim have not forgotten you. I am sure all your family and friends miss you very much. The world in which you now dwell is enriched by your presence.

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