Carol Flyzik
A Patient Stepmother
"She sold, like, computer software to hospitals and medical companies or something," said Kristin Walsh, unsure exactly what her stepmother did.

That is how their relationship had once been, cordial but constrained. Ms. Walsh's mother, Nancy, brought Carol Flyzik home 13 years ago and introduced her as her girlfriend to Kristin and her two brothers. Ms. Flyzik, 40, was a passenger aboard American Airlines Flight 11. She was on her way to the West Coast on a business trip.

"It's hard when your parents bring a new person home," Ms. Walsh said. "The fact that she was a woman made it a little harder, but I guess I felt the same way when my dad married another woman."

The family of five lived in Plaistow, N.H., and Ms. Flyzik proved to be a patient woman. She listened to the children. She made the holidays warmer. Through the years their relationship changed from "Stay out of my life" to "I love you."

Last year was the first time that Ms. Walsh bought Ms. Flyzik a Christmas present of her own: two tickets to a Celtics game. "We had so much fun," she recalled. "It was quality time that we never had together before."

She considered the empty chair, where her stepmom used to sit and watch television. "I guess you don't know what you have until it's gone."
Published by Newsday on Sep. 13, 2001.
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Remembering Carol on the 20th anniversary of 9/11...
Cindy Roe
September 13, 2021
Carol, it's hard to believe that 20 years have gone by without you. We think of you often and smile and laugh. We shared so many wonderful memories at work, my wedding and other great times together. The week we spent at the beach with you and Nancy was the best! We miss your smile and your goofiness. We always laughed with you around. It still feels like yesterday when we lost you. Time doesn't heal this loss, it's just a patch until we can meet again. We love you so much and we treasure our thoughts of you. 20 years without you. Love,
Karen Currier
September 12, 2021
To my bandmate,teammate,classmate but most of all friend. You were and are a bright shining star. I'm so thankful to have known you and your smile will be with me forever! RIP Fred!!!
MeriEllen Lazdowski
September 11, 2021
To all who morn this woman we loved, you are still alive in every memory, all year, every year. Thank you fosr it all. Love, Holly
Holly Margeson Gamache
September 18, 2020
My thoughts and prayers go out to all of Carol's family and friends who still mourn this loss. I'm so sorry for what happened to her. We will never forget.
McKell Swain
September 17, 2020
Carol, another year is closing in and it feels like we just lost you. We have so many wonderful memories and we think of you and smile, laugh and even cry. Your loss is still fresh and painful. But, we have to remember the good times and keep those memories alive. We are blessed to have you in our lives. We miss you every day. Much love to you.
Karen and Dave
Karen Currier
September 6, 2020
Your death was not in vain.
January 19, 2020
Each year is never a little easier as some say. I remember you like yesterday. That impromptu pizza and beer night at my house in Bradford catching up. The fun at Star Island camp, band trips and endless marching practices. Junior choir and PF very Sunday with my folks. Your gentle, comfort at the ER at Hale so many times when family was rushed in. We miss you and honor your heroism, every day. Thank you! God bless you and Nancy and your Mom and Linda and all your kids. ❤
Holly Margeson Gamache
September 12, 2019
We never met, Carol, but every year I remember your name. ~ K.M
September 11, 2019
We never crossed paths, but Im sure Carol will be fondly remembered by those who knew her well. RIP to an innocent lady taken so suddenly.
June 24, 2019
We send our sympathy to your family. Words will never remove the pain of loss. Carol is still missed. May the time finally come when acts of violence like these are ended.
The Lucas Family
December 22, 2018
Sending love always. Found pictures of us on Sunday while cleaning. There you were, laughing and being you. I feel that you sent the message that youre still with us all. God bless you. Love to you, Mrs. Fly, beautiful Linda and sweet Claudia and all the family. XO. Holly
Holly Margeson Gamache
September 12, 2018
Carol We WILL NEVER FORGET YOU Esp. TODAY 9/11/18 17 Years After You Left this World As An Angel ..Thoughts To Your Family this Day
Frank Colinco
September 11, 2018
It's still unbelievable. I want to still run into you at the market and hear you laugh til we cry. You've been joined by your brother and Dad and I'm sure you are wailing on your sax in heaven. Went to see your name again last March, around your birthday. I tell my kids at school every year how we met in 2nd grade and grew up together with so many great memories at church and band and at the ER when you were saving my family members and keeping me calm. Then Sunday when I was in church, the final hymn was "Let There Be Peace on Earth", which was one of the first hymns that I remember your Mom and Mrs. Boose treaching us in Junior Choir. I fest like you were there singing along with me. I pray for peace and yours. Miss you dear friend. Rest well and know you and your family are all very loved.
HOlly Margeson Gamache
September 12, 2017
Saw your name and read about you. So sorry for your loss.
Edythe Richman
September 11, 2017
You can't spend all the time we did as kids bike riding, playing sports at the St. Lawrence's field, trekking the woods behind your house,riding the bus to school all those years and especially the time we spent with Danny at Mary & Rays and just discount that time as only the past Carol. 15th Anniversary it is but you are a lot more than an anniversary to stay on a persons mind. Atleast I can say so in this way for now. Mike
Michael Bielawski
September 11, 2016
Holly Margeson Gray
September 12, 2015
Dear Mrs. Flyzik, Claudia and Linda, my thoughts are with you today and always. This year's passing of the date made me think of how much you all mean to me still. I know we don't see one another often, but we are together in spirit. This past spring I went to the Memorial and found Carol's name there. She was a hero before and now. I love you all and hope you are doing well. GOd bless you. Love, Holly
Holly Margeson Gray
September 12, 2015
Carol, we never met. My sister is one of those who is still here bc you flew so others didn't always have to. I have a rubbing of your name from the memorial. Every year I remember you. God bless you.
September 11, 2015
Janet and Claudia I think of you through the year but especially this week each year. I spoke to Janet the other day and I can not wait to do lunch or dinner with you Janet soon. Stay strong and healthy. I love you...Donna Devou
September 11, 2015
What a loss this couuntry suffered on that day, and yet, as we read the tributes to these outstanding people we who were left behind are encouraged to make the world a better place. I pray for Carol's family and friends today. I hope you feel the comfort of the thousands of Americans who still remember you and think of you today. Much love from Texas.
Del Newberry
March 31, 2015
I spoke to Carol's Mom on the 10th and she is a lovely strong woman. I think of your family often and have written a letter and submitted it to I AM FEDEX to see if they can post it because that is where I met Charles, Janet and Irene and Claudia through my job. I love you all dearly and will call you soon Irene.
Donna Devou
September 14, 2014
On 9-11-2014 I was given Carols name to wear on the 2 million biker honor ride in DC. Every American needs to remember those that were lost.
Jim Rodway
September 13, 2014
bella beltz
September 11, 2014
never met her, but heard and read about her life through the conference training room in her name at the Meditech Canton, MA facility. RIP Carol.
September 11, 2014
Again, we remember you on this day, you and all the others who lost their lives to this senseless, cowardly, evil act of hatred. America will stand strong in your honor! God Bless all!
Sheila Taylor RN
September 11, 2014
Carol, my freshman roomie....remember when we were going to be in the roommate game? We laughed so hard.
I may have only known you for a short time, but I never will forget you. I plan on going to NYC to find you near the beautiful waterfall...peace my friend. Janet, BSC
Janet Kennedy
September 17, 2013
bella b
September 12, 2013
Carol, I was thinking about you as always yesterday. I told one of my sons about our friendship again! I miss your kindness and the times we had together.
Cheryl Peters
September 12, 2013
no words--knowing that you are with us.
September 11, 2013
Dear Flyzik Family,
I too remember every year, and every time I see 8:22 on the clock. I am a friend of Carol's from BSC. Whenever I'd ask Carol the time, she'd look at her wrist and say 8:22! Back then her reply would always bring a smile, as it does today when I catch the clock at 8:22. Carol had a wonderful (and unique!) sense of humor with an infectious smile. I also remember her distinguished signature - the scribbled fly. I hope the passing of time has brought some peace to you ~ Jane
Jane (Roy) Chateauvert
September 11, 2013
I remember every year! I did not know Carol, but was in a meeting with a couple of her co-workers when they got the news that Carol was on one of the planes. I met her through them, and knew what a wonderful person she was through the heart break of her co-workers. May God continue to Bless and comfort her family, friends and loved ones. We will never forget!
Sheila Taylor RN
September 11, 2013
Hi Janet, Claudia and Irene, I am thinking of you this morning and will see you in the near future Janet. I love you and have shared our story of friendship with many people who are close to me among others. You are a strong and beautiful family. Carol, Charles and Mark are looking down on you everyday and especially today. They are together and they are ok. I love you all. Donna Devou
September 11, 2013
September 13, 2012
To The Flyziks,

My heart is heavy this week in remembering. The bright parts have been sharing wonderful stories about your wonderful daughter, sister, partner, parent, aunt. She lit up all of our lives with her smile, wit and goodness. We are all better for knowing Carol. My thoughts are with you often and will be always in March for her birthday (we shared a birthday month) and of course each September. God bless you all. My thanks to you especially Mrs. Fly! I wouldn't be in Music Education today had it not been for you and Mrs. Boose. Those wonderful days when Carol and I and all of our friends at the First Congo sat and sang together at Jr. Choir on Wednesday afternoons and Sunday mornings once a month. The music kept us all bound to one another right through college and beyond. I pray you are all well.

September 13, 2012
Janet, Irene and your families. I think of you often. God Bless you all. I will call you soon. Love Donna Devou (your Fedex daughter)...
Donna Devou
September 12, 2012
Carol I think of you often I am sure you are in a better place my kids always remeber you when visiting MEDITECH
Jeff Pucko
September 11, 2012
I grew up with Carol. Same grade, same classroom in 1st thru 6th grade. My brother and I played everything with Carol and Claudia. We were all the best of friends as children. We four spent alot of time together right there on Jacobs Road. It is so nice to know she found happiness in her life with her family, friends, and job. We moved away at my age 15 so I never saw her after that. My knowledge and memories of Carol are all but great from the time we spent together as kids. From what I have read about her on the internet it would have been wonderful to have been able to see her again. I have but only best thoughts for her family I can remember as being a close strong knit group. Thank you for letting me honor my old friend from my childhood.
Michael Bielawski
September 11, 2012
To the Flyzik family and to all the knew her and loved her. I was Carol's college roommate her freshman year. I did not know right away that you were gone. Since I found out, I think of you often and especially on that day. Our memories were long ago, but your wonderful spirit fills my heart when ever I think of you. Remember how hard we laughed when we were going to play the roommate game just like the show on TV? You are truly missed.
September 14, 2011
To the family and friends of Carol,

I was randomly given a bracelet with Carol's name on it at my church soon after 9/11 and have been praying for her ever since. Today, I was watching the memorial service in NYC and saw her picture for the first time. It never occurred to me look on the internet for her until I saw her picture but I did today and found this site. I just wanted to tell her family I will pray for her always along with all of those lost on 9/11. God bless you Carol.
September 11, 2011
To the family and friends of Carol Flyzik:
Carol will be held in the hearts of Americans forever. I cannot and will not allow those we lost on 9/11 be forgotten. My deepest sympathy to you.
Peggy Childers
September 11, 2011
Dear Nancy,Linda,Claudia, Mark and Janet,

I want to know that I still keep Carol's memorial card with me. Her memory is alive and fills my spirit when I remember her contagious energy and laughter. I get chills when I think of all of the lives she touched through her career, including my father, in-laws and former husband at the old Hale Hospital.

I always remember 3rd grade choir practice and marching band, Star Island, Field Hockey games, Football games, class reunions, sporadic and timely meetings at Market Basket on the "Fly". I also remember how much she loved her life. Her family meant the world to her and when we spoke of you all in one of our last conversations one night over pizza and beer in Bradford, I was aware of how truly grateful she was to have you all. I am still in disbelief that we cannot physically see her, but I do know that on evenings when I walk on the beach or in my dark neighborhood in Maine, I look up and remember that she is part of that vast array of stars, shining even brighter in heaven than here on earth. Only God can make that possible. She is still with you and all of us who knew her. May God bless you all.

Best wishes,
Holly Margeson-Gray
Holly Margeson-Gray
September 9, 2011
I think of Carol often and I know she is with you each and every day giving you strength and love.
Annie Flyzik
September 9, 2011
To The Flyzik Family:

I've been thinking of Carol on this 10th anniversary of 9/11. I spent quite a few summers in Georgetown riding bikes up and down Old Jacobs Road. Carol was one of the neighborhood kids included in the bike rides.

Thinking of Old Jacobs Road, Georgetown, and Carol on this 10th anniversary. There is one more angel above us.

Lisa (Pastore) Chipchak
September 8, 2011
Thinking of you and your family

September 8, 2011
Hey Carol: (Fred)
Think of you often. We all miss and love
you. Take care of the family for us. Love, Aunt Rinkie
September 4, 2011
Janet and Irene I think of both of you often and miss Charles very much. I enjoyed seeing you Janet and look forward to seeing you Irene real soon. Claudia I met you once and hope u remember me. I think of your strength often as well.I will call you Janet and Irene next week. Love to you and take care.
Donna Devou
September 3, 2011
I met your mom today at the cemetary, she is clearly a lovely woman who misses you terribly. My heart goes out to all of your family and I can tell you will never be forgotten.
July 17, 2011
Sue Cormier
November 4, 2010
kristin walsh
November 4, 2010
Take care of Dad and Mark for all of us.
September 11, 2010
Dear Carol (Fred)
Not a day goes by that I don't think of
you. Love to all the grandparents, uncles,aunts and cousins that are with you now. Love Aunt Rinkie
September 11, 2010
The world lost a beautiful and kind heart 9 years ago. You have always been amazing. Thank you for all that you were, and all that you are.
September 11, 2010
Always thinking of you and hoping you find comfort with Grandma, Grandpa, Your Dad, and now your wonderful brother Mark. I have visions of all five of you together holding and comforting each other.

All MY Love,
Cousin Colette
September 10, 2010
November 4, 2009
I hope you are singing your lungs out Carol! (I know you are...;)

You are so missed...Your parents are really needing your prayers, and (presence)
I know your arms are arround them.

God Bless you Carol.

Deborah Ascheman
September 14, 2009
I never knew you. I never met you. But my sister used to work at Meditech with you. Every year for the past 8 years I think of you, Carol. And each year I shall continue to remember you.
Kelly M.
September 11, 2009
We all miss and think of you often....
Mary Healey
September 11, 2009
On this the 8th anniversary of that terrible day we remember you and all those who were taken from us. Carol you are not forgotten by we who knew you nor by the people of this country.
D.J. Goldman
September 11, 2009
I was so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.
Doug Abraham
July 28, 2009
I did not know Carol, but I cut out the New York Times portrait of her in November 2001 because I was very moved by it.

I still have it - I am not sure why. I wish I knew her. To all of her family and friends, you are lucky to have known her!
Doug Berman
October 29, 2008
Carol, On this 7th anniversary you are sadly missed by all of your co-workers at MEDITECH. I'm glad to have known you. God bless.
Scott Godbout
September 11, 2008
Thinking of you and your family!
Michelle Peck
November 20, 2007
Rest In Peace, all my love.
Hilary Blakeley
September 13, 2007
I know that you are so remembered by your Meditech family! You have more prayers for you and your family then ever
September 11, 2007
I miss you. I enjoyed our friendship and working with you at the Hale Hospital.
Cheryl Peters
September 9, 2007
God Bless - I am thinking of you!!

Love from your family --

David Flyzik
September 7, 2007
In memory....
P Tabbernor
June 4, 2007
As I stitched your name on the memorial that I am doing for all of the victims, I prayed for you and your family. Please know that your death was not in vain. We will always remember. God Bless.
November 2, 2006
To the flyzik family
I did not find out till a year ago.
Carol and my mother worked together at Hale hosipital years ago and it always sounded like they had a great time working together my heart and prayers go out to the family.
Mark Connolley
September 12, 2006
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Alisha Blanchette
September 12, 2006
dear claudia,
if you are reading this, i wanted to tell you that i went to ground zero a month or so ago and i stood on the stairs there and sang god bless my underwear with all of the gusto i could muster. exactly the way your sister used to lead us as we stood on the benches of the cafeteria before the football games at ghs. i think of you and your family often and pray that carol (one of the funniest people i have ever known) is at peace.
god bless you.
cheryl fisher-schwind
September 11, 2006
To my cousin and my family, for five long years there has not been a day that I have not thought of you. The vision is as clear as the day it happened and your leaving us has only grown harder. I am so grateful to be part of the FLYZIK FAMILY, we miss you and will forever love you!!!
David Michael
David Flyzik
September 8, 2006
I can't explain why it has taken so long for me to share my feelings and memories of Carol. She is, and always will be a very special person in my life, and memories. Where do you begin. Is it the time, as a child, she took me to the drive-in in the convertable, and I got to sit on the top of the seat over looking the windshield. Is it the sleepovers, trips to the beach, going with her when she was running aherns, or stopping by a friends house. Just to name a few. She was a very big part of my childhood. Knowing how speical she was to me as a child, I know my two boys would have loved her just as I did growing up. It would have been funny to see what their knick names would have been. As for me its was Booger. As I have become older I realize just how special Carol is and how much I will miss her. As I wrote this, my emotions ran wild, and I found it very difficult to bring myself to this point. Again a perfect example as to how much Carol has touched my life. Rest asure you will be in my heart and thoughts forever.
Seth Lampert
May 29, 2006
Carol-It's been two years, but I still think of you and your sense of humor often. I'm glad I had the chance to work with you; you made Meditech a better place to work for us all. Rest in peace.
Regina Ford
September 12, 2003
To Carols Family and friends,I worked with Carol at the Hale. In 1988 I was in the ER as a patient. I was scared and told Carol so. I had minor surgery and she held onto my hand and did not let go...I felt so much better with her there with me. She was a good, kind,caring and FUNNY person. Carol, altho the time was brief, you left an everlasting impression I will never forget. May God keep a tight hold on your hand too.
Christine Tudisco
September 20, 2002
To Carol's family,
I grew up in Sidney, N.Y., and while Carol and I never met, we shared a starting place. I was especially sad to hear of her death on Sept. 11 because of her connection to Sidney. Then, hearing that she left behind a partner and children, as well, I felt such sadness for them and their special loss. My partner, Cathy, and I wish them peace as they continue their journey.
Dr. Brenda Wrigley
September 15, 2002
To Nancy & the Flyzik family.... Your loss is incomprehencible to most of us. I remember Carol fondly from days long ago in school. She was always our sunshine. May her family find peace in the dark days that come and may she rest in peace knowing how deeply she was loved and how much she will be missed.
Suzanne Parker
September 11, 2002
I just read through all of the things that people wrote in to express how they feel the loss of carol even though they did not know her, but i am here to say that they all did. She was part of all of us. I know that because she was a what i would consider a friend, although she wasn't at first, Carol was the very strong yet very silent type... she liked to test the water to see where people stood on different issues and would only intervein when necasssary, she let people have there own space but always let people know that she was around and that she cared. She was always quick with a joke or just a playfull sheepish smile but was never squirmish about puppies or mud or wrestleling with the boys. She lived life and enjoyed everything about it anywhere from her water gun and hat collection to watching sports while cooking something to eat. I know all this cause am her step son Kevins best freind going on almost 10 years. I at first didn't know what to make of carol and now we all wonder what we will make of our lives without her... Carol was the kid in all of us (un-repressed) while still being adult enough to take care of buisness when the time came. Please, everybody, learn by example and live every day to it's outmost fullest potential and carol will live on through you, her now extended family, as she does through all of us who knew her in life and miss her every day.

She will be greatly and dearly missed!!!
We all love you carol

Sincerly Sir Brett Micheale "Little thunder Cloud" Bergeron
Brett Bergeron
September 7, 2002
I knew Carol at MEDITECH and cannot think of a single time I saw her that she did not have a gentle smile or a friendly "Hello" for you.

I want to share a poem that was sent to me by a friend in Dallas, Texas just after the 11th. I cannot help but share the comfort these words have given me over the last year.


I will walk with you in this troubled time,
I will be the one holding your hand when you look to your side,
I will be the one that never fails you as a friend,
I will keep you strong when you think it is not worth it,
I will keep you safe when you feel afraid and alone,
I will love you to my fullest capacity and respect that love with all of my heart,
I will rejoice in our friendship and thank GOD everyday that he has brought you into my life,
For you are my friend and I shall share your burden the way GOD shares ours.
Jim Pereira
August 26, 2002
To the family of Carol.....I was so shocked to find out she was one of the people we lost on Sept 11th. My memories right away flooded back to our days in school...especially playing basketball, church and the band. Carol was actually "Fred" to our group of friends and was always laughing and making us laugh. The world has definitely lost a great person and I only wish that I had made more of a point to stay in touch with friends like her. I will miss you lots but have great memories and pictures to always remember you by. Love to all the family...
MeriEllen (Mel) Nunan-Lazdowski
August 15, 2002
We miss you so much at MEDITECH. We love telling stories about you and talking about how you would react to the latest happenings.
We love you.
August 15, 2002
June 5, 2002
Carol was my first cousin and we are a very close family. There were 22 grandchildren and now there are 21. It seems so surreal. We all miss her very much and cherish all the memories we have of summer vacations and family reunions. Nancy and her children will always be part of our family. She is a wonderful, warm person and a great addition to our "grandchildren" clan! We love you and miss you, Carol. We WILL see one another again.
Loraine Flyzik-Butcher
April 25, 2002
Carol is greatly missed by everyone, but especially those whose lives she touched so thoughtfully. Carol was a wonderful friend to my mother and i while my parents went through a divorce, i have recently come across many pictures of her and i when i was little. I remember her very fondly and i know how much she helped my mother through all of her hardships she will be forever remembered and loved. Thank you for all the memories and everything you have done. Love always, Amy + Laurie
Amy Duggan
April 19, 2002
We all miss Carol very much. She was a wonderful person who would go out of her way to help anyone who needed it. Not a day goes by that her name is not brought up or that she is not thought of. Her attitude towards life was an inspiration to anyone she encountered.
Christine Castagna
March 11, 2002
I worked with Carol and her mother at the Hale Hospital for many years. Carol was a lot of fun to work with.We all miss her.
God Bless
janet fisher
March 11, 2002
To the family and friends of Carol, I truly am sorry for your loss. Carol sounds like an all around good person and many will miss her. May God continue to help you heal.
Sheila Werland
February 28, 2002
To Carol's family and friends: I did not know Carol as she help market Meditech to our hospital before I became involved. I do work very closely with the consultants of Meditech now and know how much she was truly loved and how much she is missed. What a beautiful tribute they paid to her on their web site.
May you find comfort in knowing that she now has wings.
Kathi Larson
February 23, 2002
I would like to extend my sincere and heartfelt sympathy to the family and friends of Carol...I am a distant relative,and while I never had the privilege of meeting Carol, I am certain she was a fine person and will be sadly missed by those that loved and cherished her. She will be carried, always, in the hearts and minds of those she touched...and her memory lives on with those she loved and who loved her.
Mary Flyzik-Famularo
February 4, 2002
To the family of Carol Flyzic:
I am 12 years old and my parents just recently got a divorce.My dad already has a new girlfriend and it is still hard for me to accept her. But now after reading your story I realize how precious some people can be . My heart goes out to your family.
Kaylee Sims
January 16, 2002
To Carol's Family...
My heart goes out to you.. She was a wonderful person and will be miss dearly.. She will always be remembered!!!!
Christine MacLean
January 16, 2002
I've been reading the profiles since they started writing them and this one struck me as particularly poignant. It really shows how much we all take for granted in life and how we love people and are unable to show it. God bless you and your family.
Doug Berman
January 14, 2002
To the Family of Carol Flyzik: My deepest sympathies. May God bless you. Carol will be remembered.
Maria Dakis
January 13, 2002
We are very sorry for your loss of Carol. Our hearts cry with you.
America Cries
We see your sorrow-
and our hearts cry....
We can not erase your pain
but you do not have to face the anguish alone-for we-
-the American people-
are beside you.
We so desperately want to have the touch that brings you comfort,
the strength that gives you courage,
and the words to lighten your spirits.
And when we are left speechless
may the silence of our nation weave love into your hearts
to ease your sorrow.
May you find healing through our nation's strength as we-
-the American people-
face this difficult time together. Our hearts are with you. Teresa Jahn
Dixon, IL
Teresa Jahn
January 12, 2002
Carol gave me a chance with MEDITECH. I was her first new hire after she became a supervisor. She trained me and became my mentor in marketing. She is missed here, but I hope we are carrying on the way she would have liked. I know her family at home misses her. Her memory is strong and good, as long as you can remember something, it never goes away.
Gregg McKay
January 2, 2002
I too wear a wristband to remember Carol and those torn from us. My 36 year old sister-in-law died of caner on New Years eve recently, leaving 3 kids& a husband. These things are sooo hard but tradgedy can give birth to new life. Know you are in our prayers through this difficult time of searching for answers. May God bring you peace and healing. Jane
Jane Hodges
December 14, 2001
Today, 1 mile was walked in honor of Carol and her friends and loved ones that were left behind.

My thoughts and prayers are with each of you through this difficult time.

Just remember, your loved one will not be forgotten.

Carol, may you rest in peace.
Kathy Swaringen
November 29, 2001
To the dear family of Carol,
Please accept my heartfelt sympathy. I never met Carol, but I wear her name on my wrist daily as a reminder of the importance of her life. I pray for you- her family- that you will be comforted by God and abide in His love. You are in my prayers often.
Peace to you, Jacqueline Ortiz
Jacqueline Ortiz
November 7, 2001
To my nieghbors, my heartfelt condolences.
Laura Cafiso
October 29, 2001
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