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In Tribute to Antoinette Sherman
35 years old.   Residence: Forest Heights, Md.
Died in Pentagon

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I never got to know you Antoinette but I spent time with your loving family, praying with them that you would survive. Sadly you joined all the other lost loved ones from that tragic day in September. I have never forgotten you or your family. You are with God now and resting in peace. I can only pray that your family can find comfort in Gods grace. A Nurse who comforted your family

*** Posted by Susan on 2012-09-10 ***

Tony itís so hard to believe itís been 10 years since youíve been gone. Throughout the years, thoughts of you have been frequently on my mind. The world has changed so much, a black President named Obama, the loss of my mom, an earthquake, and so much more. But through it all Tony, one day you and I will meet again in Godís perfect paradise on earth. So until then, YOU will forever be in my heart and thoughts.

*** Posted by Karen Johnson on 2011-09-09 ***

Toni, I will never forget you, my friend, my maid of honor.

*** Posted by Nedra on 2011-09-09 ***

Im sooo sorry about ur loss! I hope u guys r doing ok.. I know tht it was 10 years ago.. almost th the date.. but I understand how it is to loose somebody... im sorry again...:(

*** Posted by Kat Sherman on 2011-09-08 ***

Even after 10yrs later I finally got a chance to visit the Pentagon and get hit with the reality.As a 11yr military member it brought tears to my eyes and the true meaning of life.Mrs.Shermann was a plot I visited and something special about that name.ALL of U guys will forever be in my heart and remembered until the end of time.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2011-09-07 ***

I think of you often and miss that big smile and heart of yours. I miss talking about our peoples...Just know you are not forgotten.....

*** Posted by Kim Harper on 2011-05-16 ***

I did not know her but she lived in my town. Town of Forest Heights. Never forget that day. We planted a tree in the park for her. Now I am trying to do a little more than that a get the park named what a great loss. Blessed you dear, may you live on in the hearts of all of us. GOD BLESS.

*** Posted by bobby clarke on 2011-04-29 ***

I found out about Antoinette thru a wonderful photographer on Flickr. Please see his post: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cateyes/with/3909394290/
I am so sorry for your loss. Please know it will not be forgotten.

*** Posted by Annette on 2009-09-13 ***

I worked with Antoinette years ago when my husband and I were trying to buy our first home. Antoinette and I both worked part time jobs at Drug Emporium in Alexandria. She was a great, funny, lovable and kind person. Antoinette would give you the shirt she was wearing if you just said "I need". She was a wonderful person. One week after 9-11 I had no idea she was even hurt. I'm driving home from work and I hear on WHUR one burn victim had passed away. When they announced her name as Antoionette Shermin I couldn't believe it. My heart dropped! I last saw her at one of Tyler Perry's play at the Warner theater where we laughed, hugged and just talked. She could always make you laugh. Rest in Peace Antoinette and as for me. Well, I'll just remember the laughter!

*** Posted by Tina Bell on 2009-09-11 ***

I knew her when I worked in Budget at the Pentagon. She always had a smile for everyone. I am sure she is greatly missed by her family and others.

*** Posted by Peggy Welter on 2009-06-10 ***


There is not a day that goes by I don't think of you. The fun, wonderful times we shared will never be forgotten. When I first arrived in D.C. from Alabama, coming to college, you introduced me to the city. This country girl learned a lot about our nation's capitol. Never in a million years would I have dreamed that the same city that brought us together would also separate us. Your family accepted me, and for that I will always love them. Wherever your family went, you would always include me. Thanks, Clarke family, for raising such a kind, intelligent, determined, optimistic, charming, funny, sweet, daring woman. I am so happy to have had the pleasure of knowing Toni. I LOVE YOU!

*** Posted by puntadeleste on 2009-05-22 ***


When we first met on Howard University's campus, little did I know how much of an impact you would have on my life. The wonderful times we shared will never be forgotten. You were there for me when I had my daughter Coatilique. I was there for you when you got married. When you introduced me to your family, I was honored. They accepted this "country girl" with open arms, and I am forever grateful: Grateful for having a friend like you. Grateful for having a confidant like you. Grateful for having life's best opportunity one could ever have ... that is, meeting you. Our paths will cross again. Until then, I LOVE THE CLARKE FAMILY!

*** Posted by puntadeleste on 2009-05-22 ***

I have a Mercy Band bracelet with "Antoinette Sherman Pentagon" engraved on it. I didn't know her; I requested a "random" name of a victim from the Pentagon (the forgotten ones) and got one with her name. I would love to know something about this hero.

*** Posted by Melinda on 2008-09-11 ***

i'm so sorry for your lose

*** Posted by alex on 2005-11-21 ***

I didn't know her but was just reading a story about someone who pulled her out.  I'm sorry to hear of her suffering and wish for peace for her friends and family.  I hope the extra days she had allowed them to say their goodbyes.

*** Posted by erica on 2004-07-01 ***

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