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In Tribute to Amy N. Jarret
28 years old.   Residence: North Smithfield, R.I.
Crew of Flight 175

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I remembered Amy today as I intend to remember her every 9-11. She was a special one, I just know it. Sleep in peace, Amy.

~m (http://badsneaker.wordpress.com)

*** Posted by Michaelm on 2007-09-11 ***

Though I didn't know Amy, I posted a tribute in her honor for the 5th anniversary of 9/11.
The world lost an angel that day which is how I chose to remember her. My heartfelt sympathy to all her family and friends.

Read her tribute here


*** Posted by Michaelm on 2006-09-13 ***

It is now five years since we lost Amy. I remember her so vividly and it brings a tear to my eye every day I think of her. Amy and I used to fly the same trip that took her life on this tragic day. I was supposed to be there with her on this day but was unable to be by her side as my mother was ill and I was in Texas. I hope you are smiling upon us all Amy, we sure do miss you.

*** Posted by Erin on 2006-09-11 ***

Alicia Titus was a wonderful United Airlines Flight Attendant. I was shocked by hearing her on my cell phone saying to me "Sweetie, My flight has been hijacked". I said don't joke like that, and she said, No I'm Serious. I didn't believe her until her flight UAL Flight 175 crashed @ 9:03 A.M. on Tues 9/11/01 into the S. Tower of the twin towers.

*** Posted by Kevin on 2004-02-13 ***

Amy was a very nice person to be with. She never had the kindness to smile and laugh or to help others on her United Airlines flight since she was a flight attendant. I will never forget the look on my face when I recieved a call from UAL saying that Amy was on Flight 175 which was the second boeing 767-200 to strike the twin towers in NYC. I hope since Amy is up in heaven i hope she will remain there for the rest of my life. I hope she be looking up on my airliner when I become A Flight Attendant. God Bless You Amy Jarret And may you live in my heart forever.

*** Posted by Kevin on 2003-12-18 ***

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