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Anonymous (not verified)

February 21, 2020

It is clear that this man was incredibly young and his death was untimely as was all of those who died during the tragic events of September 11th. I see all of these faces and wonder what it is that they were thinking their last few moments considering if they were good people or not. Never the less no one should have ever had to die in such a terribly violent manner and the fact that any one could think murdering thousands upon thousands and scarring many many more is okay then I m not so sure about this world we re living in. I just hope people celebrate life and appreciate it for everything that it is. Because who knows how long you've got? The world and the people in it could be so beautiful if only we gave it a chance a chance to understand and accept it.

Posted by Makenna

Anonymous (not verified)

February 21, 2020

We have never stopped loving you or thinking of you Tommy only the greatest memories always ... until we meet again xoxo

Posted by Margaret Quinn

Margaret Quinn (not verified)

September 11, 2021

Today marks 20 years since you were here. Can still see your smile. We always remember … you are missed. Jimmy and Margaret Quinn

Posted by Margaret Quinn

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