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In Tribute to Barbara Olson
45 years old.   Residence: Great Falls, Va
Passenger of Flight 77

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Barbara Olsen, God bless your strength of character, your brilliant conservative values and your love of life. Please God, Continue to watch over her wonderful husband as he has to endure another birthday on 9/11 without his beloved, Barbara. We will never forget all of our heroes like Barbara!

*** Posted by Kathleen Rabagliati on 2012-09-09 ***

May America never forget the events of 9-11 and continue to honor those whose lives were tragically cut short by the dastardly acts of the terrorists. Also remembering the loved ones and friends whose lives were ripped apart by the deaths of those who were murdered in these horrendous attacks on innocents.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2012-09-09 ***

Still thinking and missing you. You were a wonderful person.

*** Posted by Jacquelyn Mitchell on 2011-09-10 ***

may she never be forget she was a beautiful strong woman may god bless all her family I MISS YOU!

*** Posted by Amy on 2011-08-31 ***

It is hard to believe that ten years have passed! Barbara Olson was a very lovely, witty woman, who is missed dearly. God bless her family and friends every day, but especially on this coming anniversary of 9/11. Rest in peace. May we never forget the sacrifice of those who pay the ultimate price for freedom.... God bless America!

*** Posted by Cindy Sheaffer on 2011-04-15 ***

I always enjoyed seeing you on TV. I miss you and your wit. I know you are in heaven. Rest in peace dear lady.

*** Posted by Nancy on 2010-09-11 ***

Barbara was great fun to watch as she sparred with other lawyers on TV. Sharp woman! She is still missed!

*** Posted by Kim Butler on 2010-09-11 ***

I only knew of her from her appearances on Fox News.... Her all around goodness just came across......I just liked her... Don

*** Posted by Don Lanpher Korean War Vet on 2010-09-11 ***

I remember Barbara often, each time someone falls short of standing up for his/her beliefs/values for our country. She did not allow anyone to water down her comments or  deflect off the matter at hand. She was able to accomplish all of this with the grace of a woman and the strength of a soldier. Our country lost a special person on 911, but those of us who followed her on tv are stronger Americans because of her contributions.  Kaye

*** Posted by Kaye on 2010-09-10 ***

It is now 2009... but I think of Barbara Olsen as a "friend" who died eight years ago today. I loved watching Barbara banter with liberal news commentator Chris Matthews on his news show every week. I remember Barbara's wit, her humor, and her contributions to the world.

*** Posted by Lynn Jackson, author on 2009-09-11 ***

My beloved Barbara,

It would have been great to have known you through the media (press, magazines, TV shows, radio broadcasts), but as I live far away from the United States, I never heard of you until the tragic events of 9/11. And through the reconstruction of those tragic events, I have learned about your courage and your love to call your husband from your plane after the terrorists had taken control of it and give valuable information about the weapons (cutters and knifes) that they had used to take control of it, helping so to improve the security of the flights after those tragic events of 9/11. Through the comments about 9/11 in the press, I have also learned that you were a clever lawyer and journalist, searching and defending the truth and your values in your own comments, and I have also learned that you were a wonderful, beautiful, and lovely person, loved by your friends and loved ones. For sure your soul is now resting in peace beside our almighty God, taking care of your own country, family, and loved ones, and for me it would be a great privilege to meet you someday in heaven whenever our almighty God wants! You will be always in my heart, and I will love you forever, from here to eternity and even beyond that, when we might be starring and loving stars in the infinite universe!

Yours,
Alberto (from far-away Argentina)

*** Posted by Alberto Kölliker Frers on 2009-06-02 ***

What a sweet lady! May god bless her family, and may she be with god.

*** Posted by robert swayngim on 2009-04-19 ***

Barbara and I had a chance meeting in 1988 while I was working at a D.C. law firm. Little did I know my life would never be the same again after meeting her. We talked for hours about Ronald Reagan and dogs. Over the years she was a guiding light, my north star while raising my two girls. The love that she had for life transformed everyone around her. I carry her smile in my heart each day, hoping we will meet again in God's grace. Maggie, Reagan, Thor, and I will love you always.

Gary

*** Posted by Gary Cacolice on 2008-10-19 ***

She was a soldier for truth and lost her life in pursuit of truth! The cowards who took her light from this world hide in caves! We will never forget 9/11!

We miss you Barbara!

*** Posted by SteveH on 2008-09-12 ***

As the seventh anniversary approaches, I think of you often, Barbara, and can still see your smiling face. I remember the old days at the Press Club and envision you in your chair on Larry King. May God bless you and keep you; may you always rest in peace, friend.

*** Posted by Michele on 2008-09-09 ***

Hi. This was the only way I could post something, but I lost my son on 9/11. He was only 15 years old. He died on American Airlines Flight 77. I loved my son very much. I still do. But for the family of Barbara Olson, my thoughts and prayers are with you. I know that my son and Barbara were on the same flight, and they were there watching my son. He is my hero.

*** Posted by julie on 2008-08-13 ***

I only "knew" Barbara from seeing her on TV news programs, but after all this time, I still think of her and can vividly picture her beautiful face and her smile that lit up the room. I still miss seeing her and hearing her intelligent views.

*** Posted by Shari on 2008-07-10 ***

I was familiar with Barbara only through the medium of modern television, but I was always impressed with her intelligent, articulate, and passionate expression of opinion. I truly miss her presence among the commentators on the national scene, and I am thankful to have had the opportunity to listen to her speak.

Mr. Ted Olson was a class act and an inspiration in the days after 9-11, and I extend my sympathies but also want to commend him and his beloved wife for having served their country so well. Thank you both for your public service.

*** Posted by Jim Grumblatt on 2008-05-31 ***

i am sorry to hear about the loss!

*** Posted by henry w on 2008-04-06 ***

You will never be forgotten Barbara. Your warm loving smile and your patriotic spirit will forever inspire your fellow Americans to keep fighting for freedom. God bless you Barbara.

*** Posted by Kyal Betton on 2007-01-07 ***


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