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Kathleen Nicosia

Winthrop, Massachusetts

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Kathy Nicosia, 54,

a flight attendant

By Globe Staff, 9/18/2001

Kathy Nicosia of Winthrop, a flight attendant for American Airlines, was killed Sept. 11 in New York on American Airlines Flight 11. She was 54. Mrs. Nicosia was a native of Indiana. She received her bachelor's degree from Bowling Green State University in 1969, where she was a member of Alpha Chi Omega. For 32 years, Mrs. Nicosia was a resident of Winthrop and a flight attendent for American Airlines. She enjoyed reading and gardening. She leaves her husband, George; her daughter, Marianne of Winthrop; her mother, Phyllis Hawk of Portage, Mich.; two brothers, James Hawk of Washington D.C., and Larry Hawk of New York City; and a sister, Kimberly Meyer of Tecumseh, Mich. Services will be private.

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I never knew you, but I received a card with your name in church the Sunday after 911. I keep you in my heart always. Judy Warden, Texas

I still miss you my friend. I think of you and George and the laughs we would have. Still in our hearts and our
prayers always

Good morning Kathleen and her family... On this day, 18 years after the horrendous attack on American where you fell victim I still sit here and think about you and your family regularly. I did not personally know anyone that was directly effected by these attacks but as I have previously mentioned I received your name on a wrist band my Senior year in High School and from that moment to now I still pray for you and your family.

I know that you are in a better place and looking...

Rest in lovely peace.

In honor of Kathleen...American airlines flight 11....miss you Kathleen...god bless your family love Charlene

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