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In Tribute to Ann Judge
49 years old.   Residence: Great Falls, Va.
Passenger of Flight 77

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I knew Ann at Ohio Wesleyan University. I read about her in our Alumni magazine.
I visited the memorial this Winter and thought of you Ann when I read your name. My thoughts are with all of your family and close friends who lost you.

*** Posted by Mary Slee on 2012-03-26 ***

I did not know Ann well, but feel a deep sense of loss because of her vibrant and loving personality.  She was a patient in the dental office where I was working and we became acquaintneces through her visits there. She meant alot to our office as she was funny, inspirational and someone I wanted to know better. My heartfelt love to her family and friends. I think of her often and wish I had been her friend for longer. I know we would have had a great friendship as that was just the kind of person she was....Once you were her freind, you had a friend for life. She is definately missed.

*** Posted by Anne McCormack on 2011-09-16 ***

I never had the privilage to meet Ann but she was apparently a special lady, impacting the lives of persons with whom she interacted in a very positive manner. God Bless you Ann and may your memory be an inspiration to those of us left behind.

*** Posted by Daniel G Calcinari on 2011-09-11 ***

I never had the privilege to meet Ann but she was apparently a special lady, impacting the lives of persons with whom she interacted in a very positive manner. God Bless you Ann and may your memory be an inspiration to those of us left behind.

*** Posted by Daniel G Calcinari on 2011-09-11 ***

Never forget.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2011-09-11 ***

Found this thanks to the dedication bump at the end of the 9-11 tribute program on NatGeo. What a trying decade we have had...

*** Posted by NatGeo watcher on 2011-08-28 ***

I was going through some papers this week and ran across an old Christmas card from the NatGeo travel office. Everyone had signed it, including Ann. It brought back delightful memories of going to visit and of how everyone, especially Ann, always made me feel right at home. She was definitely the mother hen there. Ann had the coolest office ever, and I so wanted to be just like her — adventurous, kind, welcoming, bubbling with vitality. She was really special.

*** Posted by Connie Marks on 2010-12-15 ***

I'm a distant cousin from NC.

*** Posted by bruce emerson on 2010-11-28 ***

Lo siento. [Ed. - I'm sorry.]

*** Posted by JMLB on 2009-09-21 ***

Thinking of Ann and Joe today on the eighth anniversary of their death. What amazing lives they led, and how much they got to see in their too-short time with us! I believe that they are at peace, and I hope that those left behind have found peace, too.

*** Posted by Laura-Ashley Overdyke on 2009-09-11 ***

Ann was my "BEST" friend when I was District Sales Manager for Japan Air Lines in Washington, DC, and there's not a day that goes by that I don't still think of her. I know how brave she was on that day with the children she was taking to California. It was just part of her loving nature—those children were lucky she was with them!

*** Posted by Richard P. Amnott on 2009-01-29 ***

Ann and I went to High School together. It was such a shock to me to hear she was on that dreadful flight, for I lost my nephew, too, that awful day, Kevin Colbert on the 89th floor of the 2nd tower. My prayers are with your family and your husband.

*** Posted by Karen Ainbinder Silvestri on 2006-07-21 ***

I would like to send my condulences to the family

*** Posted by tania on 2006-02-22 ***

Ann was our family's best friend. She loved me and I loved her. Ann is and always will be in our hearts and thoughts forever. I love you Ann, and miss you like crazy!

*** Posted by Amanda Kerr 10 years old on 2006-01-17 ***

I think of Ann often, but miss her terribly whenever September 11 comes around.  She will always be in our hearts.

Charlene and Tom

*** Posted by Charlene Valeri on 2005-09-11 ***

Ann touch not only our lives but hundreds of others. She will always be our friend for eternity. We will never forget.

Caren, Alan, Amanda and Evan.

*** Posted by Kerr-Cramer Family on 2005-07-16 ***

I hope Ann is at peace. She didn't deserve to die.

*** Posted by Ben Donahue on 2005-07-09 ***


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