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Lisa Frost

Rancho Santa Margarita, California

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On September 11, 2001, Rancho Santa Margarita resident Lisa Frost was a passenger on the ill-fated United Airlines Flight 175.

When Boston University went to California to recruit Lisa Frost she fell in love with the school. By the time Miss Frost was in her junior year at B.U. she was traveling the West Coast talking about the university and doing the recruiting herself. She graduated summa cum laude in May, with two degrees, one in communications and one in hospitality administration, which everyone thought was absolutely fitting for a woman with her embracing character.

She was awarded the Boston University Scarlet Key for extraordinary achievement in student activities and organizations.

"Everybody that comes in contact with her is just so inspired and so motivated," said her father, Tom Frost. On the B.U. Web site there are more than 80 messages sent in by people who knew Miss Frost and many who didn't but were touched by the story of how she died while taking a flight to begin her career at home in California.

Lisa's family and friends will miss her sweet smile. . . .

Peggy Burnett of Cerritos, Calif., never met Miss Frost but she knitted her family a red, white and blue afghan. "My heart just went out to them," Ms. Burnett said.

Mr. Frost recently planted a 13-foot scrub oak near his home in Rancho Santa Margarita in honor of his 22-year-old daughter. He placed a granite plaque there with an inscription he wrote detailing her life, her death and all the lives she touched.

This tree is planted in her memory and is dedicated to parents who have children that are with God in heaven.

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Hello, I am doing this for a project at school and I don't know why but as soon as I saw her face I let out a little gasp and clicked immediately. Although I am too young to remember 9/11, reading her story made me cry a little. I am so sorry, family, for your loss and I will be praying for you.

Remembering Your daughters beautiful life and your tragic loss all at once is heart wrenching . God bless you and carry you to the end of your race Tom.

Deeply saddened for your loss. We just moved to Rancho Santa Margarita last year, where Lisa was from, and we learned about this loss this week as we were looking for a place to memorialize the day. We too lost my husband's brother, Stuart Meltzer on that day. Many prayers to you.

Remembering Lisa Frost and her family. We will never forget her and all victims of 9/11. I donated to our local food bank coalition in Lisas honor. Much love to the Frost family and friends.

Your unfortunate passing on September 11, 2001 left me heavy hearted.

I think of your loved ones who mourned your loss then and even now. Be at peace, Lisa.

Sending your family our continued heartfelt sympathy. Everyday may God give the needed strength to cope. Our loved ones may be gone from our sight but never from the special place held for them in our heart. Lisa will be sadly missed and always fondly remembered.

May God continue to comfort your family.

We love you we miss you so much lovely Rip Love Amar Lovely

We miss you Love Amar