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September 1, 2002
“A fathers Tears”- Continued

It’s almost a year since you have been taken from us. A year filled with never-ending tears; both types, good and bad. Joyful ones with memories of you as an infant sleeping on my chest with me holding onto you tightly. Watching intently your childhood games, like hula-hoops and bicycle rides. Watching you proudly throughout your school years and then, suddenly, it seems into adulthood and motherhood.

There is a tremendous void in our hearts that will never be filled. Your loss was much, much more than just causing a “fuss”. Words cannot describe properly how much we love you and miss you. Until our time arrives, when we can join you in heaven, watching over and protecting your daughter, our granddaughter. You are always on our minds and in our hearts.

September 11 will be recorded in history, if it has not been already as Americas most notorious tragedy. Thousands lost their children, husbands, wives, brothers, sisters, relatives and friends, true innocent Americans attempting to rescue and save others making the most extreme sacrifice. God bless them all.

A 9/11 memorial is planned throughout America for its first anniversary. We appreciate the thoughts, prayers, remembering and caring, but for us this will be a never-ending process of everlasting anguish in our hearts.


“Gran&Cookie”
Parents of Deborah Louise Medwig 3/24/55-9/11/01
May 12, 2002
“A FATHER’S TEARS”

Are they tears of joy or sorrow? Maybe some of both. Every day and night they occur and I try not to let it show in public. At night the warm tears flow down my cheeks. These are the tears of joy that remind me of our first-born daughter who was taken from us on 9/11. My falling tears bring back memories of her words of “yes daddy – no daddy”. She always respected her parents.

I was extremely blessed with three daughters and a son, also with three granddaughters and a grandson, including a recently adopted Chinese granddaughter.

I love them equally and never would want any of them to precede me in death.
May 7, 2002
May God Bless you and keep you always. Rest in peace..........
March 27, 2002
If my sister were looking down on us now…

…she would be happy to see our family growing closer.

…she would see my other sisters and I wrought with sorrow and trying to hold on to the memories we share.

…she would be proud of our parents’ strength in this difficult time.

…she would probably shed a tear to see all the tears being shed for her.

…she would see the U.S. government avenging the tragedy of 9/11.
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