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September 20, 2001
I will never be able to understand why one family must experience such a tremendous loss at once. I did not know you...but we can all cry for you. We must believe that Peter, Sue and Christine are together, forever comforting each other and never alone. My most heartfelt anguish for your loss and prayers for your healing.
September 20, 2001
I do not know the Hanson family but I do know Groton, where they lived and where I was born. I am sickened and saddened by such needless suffering. I wish I could do something to alleviate the sadness that the rest of the Hanson family must feel right now. My most heartfelt thoughts of sympathy go out to these souls that lost their lives and to those that lost their families. Peace. L
September 20, 2001
I did not know you, nor did I personally know anyone lost on our day of loss, but I feel that I lost so many friends and so many members of my family. Enjoy each other in God's paradise.

Those who were lost will not be forgotten. Those who remain must never forget.
September 20, 2001
To Christines'Family;
I had the pleasure to meet Christine while working at Knowledge Beginnings. Her eyes were always twinkling and she was an easy child to love. She was very smart, articulate and a joy to be around. We used to play out on the playground, and she would come running to me for me to chase her. The last time I saw Christine she was sitting coloring a picture for Sue. Sue came in, running as she always did to get her. I always admired that about her. It was as though she couldn't wait to pick her up after school. I didn't know Sue to well, but what I saw of her, I liked and admired. Her mothering skills showed in how wonderful and happy Christine was. My heart was broken as was all of ours at Knowledge Beginnings.They still are.
Our prayers are with the family. That beautiful smile, and precious personility was a beacon of light to all who came in contact. To the grandparents,Bless you, you are in my prayers.
September 19, 2001
Dear Pete, It has been a while. The last we talked you were selling copiers and were looking for something else. I learned yesterday, at your memorial, that greater things had come. You became a father with a beautiful girl. Your career has gone great. Sue had attained her PhD. You and Sue have accomplished a lot. But you both knew it was the ride that counted. You lived and loved life to its fullest. I am happy that we got to know each other, I am sorry that it was fleeting. I think our similar families could have had many laughs. I will think of you, Sue and Christine every Christmas, as my family decorates our tree with your ornaments (and what a deal it was!) Thanks Pete for being you. May you, Sue and Christine rest in peace, eternally, together.
September 19, 2001
Dear family members, Sue was my roommate here in Boston 10 years ago. I am very fond of her and can still hear her voice. She met Peter through friends of mine at Northeastern. She tried, in many ways, to help me. She was incredibly smart, insightful and fun to be with. I had been thinking about re-connecting with her for about 3 weeks before this tragedy. I still struggle to believe that she was aboard flight 175. I last saw her at a restaurant and told her that I had had a dream that she was angry with me. She gave me a hug and said "Don't worry. I still love you!" My heart goes out to you (her family and friends) and I would love to correspond with you to tell you the many ways in which Sue touched my life. I will never forget her. God bless you all! Please write to me. Love, David Burd
September 17, 2001
Words can not say how deeply sorry I am for your loss. I am a wife and mother of two children. I cannot imagine going through a tragedy like this. May God Bless You and comfort you through these very hard times.
September 17, 2001
The loss of loved ones is hard to bare exspecially when little ones are involved. Please know that my heart, prayers, and love go out to you and your family, as a mother, wife and sister I hurt for you.
September 16, 2001
God bless this family who are now joined together in the Heavens above. May God bring comfort to those who remain......
September 16, 2001
Please accept our condolences on the loss of your loved ones. We know you don't know us, but please know that your suffering is shared by many people from all corners of the globe. We are from Melbourne, Australia...anna and les.....once again, we are really sorry for your loss.

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