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September 13, 2010
September 12, 2010
It's another birthday for me today and my thoughts are again ridiculously turned to getting older. I say ridiculously because the gift of life was so awfully taken away from you at such a young age. Sometimes we fail to make the most of what we are given and worry about 'getting older'! I still think of you often and all who died on that fateful day. Thanks to you and hearing a little bit about your life in the U.S., I appreciate that it is important to live your life to the full and to appreciate family and friends to the max. Just as you did, dear friend!
September 11, 2010
It doesn't get any easier, does it? Nine years on, and the memories of those years at Priory Boys' Grammar are etched in my mind. O, how we laughed! O, how we cried. You excelled in maths and the sciences (and German!), but I kept the edge in English and French (and Latin, because you didn't take it!) And all those Saturday mornings with the Shropshire Schools' Symphony Orchestra - I was a second-rate oboist while you were a stellar violinist. You specialised in music, I in drama. You headed for music college, I for drama school. You joined the BBC, I joined the RSC. Our careers came to unforeseen junctions, and our paths never crossed. Although your life was snuffed out, your spirit lives on. You touched my life in ways I never realised at the time. I'm only sorry I never kept in touch.

Requiem æternam.
September 10, 2010
To the family of Graham Berkeley:
Graham gave the ultimate sacrifice and will be held in the hearts of Americans forever. I cannot and will not let our heroes of September 11 be forgotten. My deepest sympathy to you.
Peggy Childers
"Don't Let The Memory Of Them Drift Away"
www.IraqWarHeroes.org
September 06, 2010
Condolonces to the family of Graham Berkeley. My thoughts and Prayers are with you at this difficult time. It is never easy to lose some one but I hope that your love and memories of Graham will help ease your pain and suffering. (John 5:28,29)
February 04, 2010
Hallo Graham,

du bist schon so lange im Himmel. Ich erinnere mich so gerne an die Zeit mit dir. Wir haben in den 80er Jahren bei Sterling Software zusammen gearbeitet. Wir hatten eine super gute Zusammenarbeit und du wirst unvergessen sein.
Von Herzen Deine Michaela
September 13, 2009
You are still in my thoughts and prayers Graham, God bless you and your family.
September 12, 2009
Yesterday, I flew from Miami to Provincetown just like I did those horrible days right after 9/11 to honor your memory and sense your presence. While 8 years have passed, rarely does a day go by that I don't think about you or come across a picture with your smiling face staring back at me. The world with never feel your loss as powerfully or completely as all your friends and family do. I miss you terribly my friend, and Provincetown misses you too but sometimes I see your face in the faces of other and realize your spirit is close by--watching over all of us and reminding us that life is precious, short and most of all needs to be lived every single day. xoxo MIG
September 11, 2009
Today I remember you as young and vibrant and a sweet friend who once gave me the gift of good advice. I think of you often when I walk the streets of Ptown and particularly when I walk by the house that was yours at the end of Nickerson. We won't forget the goodness of your life or the injustice that cut it short.
September 11, 2009
Today I remember you as young and vibrant and a sweet friend who once gave me the gift of good advice. I think of you often when I walk the streets of Ptown and particularly when I walk by the house that was yours at the end of Nickerson. We won't forget the goodness of your life or the injustice that cut it short.

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