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Susan L. Blair

North Attleboro Needham, Massachusetts

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Susan L. of East Brunswick, NJ & formerly No. Attleboro & Needham, in the World Trade Center, September 11. Beloved daughter of Sally T. White of North Attleboro. Sister of Leslie Blair of Randolph, NJ & fiancee of Daniel Walisiak of East Brunswick, NJ & cousin of Heather Todd of...

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Sending our continued heartfelt condolences to you and your family for your loss of Susan. Words will never remove the pain. May God continue to give you the needed strength and comfort as you try to cope with such a great loss. She will always be lovingly remembered.

We will never forget your brilliant smile.

Susan,
It is hard to believe 17 years have passed and the world has been without such a shining star for that long. You are missed by so many but your memory and goodness live on in everyone who knew you.
God bless you, your mom and Leslie.

Sally and Leslie,
Tomorrow I will introduce beautiful Sue to 100 new 8th grade friends. Her memory, legacy, and laughter continue. Such a somber and dark day in our history. Sue's bright eyes and endless smile will buoy me through the day, and sharing a piece of her with my students helps fill my heart.
I'm thinking of you.

My heart still breaks when I read the stories of the lives lost that horrible day. I can tell from the comments that there are MANY friends and family who still miss your wonderful laugh. We will never forget. Today, as Christmas looms right around the corner, I pause to say a heart-felt prayer for your friends and most importantly, your family. May we all honor your memory by spreading love and laughter to all those around us. With much love from Texas,

My dearest Sue,
Another year has passed, another year of missing you so very much. Again I was honored to read your name on the steps of the State House. Leslie conducted the wreath laying ceremony in the Public Garden. We had several days together to remember you with laughter and tears.
I love you forever - I love you for always - roses on your pillow.
Mom

Sue,
I will always remember you as you are forever in my heart.

I spoke about you again today in each of my classes, to all of my 8th grade students.

My fun loving friend, Sue Blair. Who knew the world of insurance could be so fun? You are loved and missed and remembered by many.

Maura Egan
Shrewsbury, MA