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In Tribute to Ada M. Davis
57 years old.   Residence: Camp Springs, Md.
Died in Pentagon

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I did not personally know ADA, but after the events on 9/11 I was given a metal band to wear in memory of ADA. It was a random selection. I wanted you to know that I wear this silver band with her name and Pentagon on it everyday. I will never forget what happened on that day. I am a USAF veteran and I still cry when I think about that awful day, but it is important that we remember and grieve for those lost! They were so important and their deaths shall not be in Vain! GOD BLESS AMERICA!

*** Posted by Donna M. Wittwer on 2011-09-09 ***

Ada came into my life as quickly as she went. She took a part of my heart that only she could mend. From the rising of the sun to the setting of my life, may I alway remember Ada, the one who saved my life!

Love, Marje and Dom

*** Posted by Marje Nicholson on 2006-09-11 ***

I worked with Ada for about 12 years in the Pentagon. We would interact on the phone a whole lot, and met frequently for meetings. Of all the people lost that day, Ada stays in my mind the most. I think of her often and always remember how she talked about her grandson. We used to exchange pictures and laugh a lot about being grandmas. I will always remember Ada with love and respect.

*** Posted by Vicki Willis on 2006-08-23 ***

Ada was my auntie who wnen I was a child gave me strength. She was a strong woman. even through Iam all grow up now and have kids of my own, the word she gave to me will forever stay in my heart. thank you for beliveing in me and praying for me. so far away, but all so near. when I look at the many stars in the never end sky I will for ever think of you and my sister chanda together in heaven.
                              Your neice
                              Jackie

*** Posted by Jacqueline M. Davis Rodgers on 2005-09-12 ***


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