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In Tribute to Brian Dale
43 years old.   Residence: Warren, New Jersey
Passenger of Flight 11

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I grew up, two houses up from Brian.
We were friends at a young age, but grew apart as we got older. He loved to build model airplanes, mostly wwII.
We graduated in 1976 from Norwin. Brian excelled at all sports,was very compedidtive and smart.
He treated everyone with respect. A good man taken way too soon. prayers to all his family on this sad day.

*** Posted by Garrett Geruschat on 2012-09-11 ***

Many times over the past 10 years, I have thought of my friend Brian Dale. He was a wonderful man, friend from the Pittsburgh area, Dartmouth classmate (1 year older), HPF fraternity brother, and mentor. Boarding Flight 11 (Boston to LA) on 9-11-2001 changed all of that and ended in his senseless death and the deaths of many other innocent people. I am sorry for his loss and I am tearful as I type. My thoughts are with his wife, children, family, and many friends.

*** Posted by Michael Komara on 2011-09-10 ***

I graduated from high school with Brian. He was one of the most respected and nice people in our graduating class, truly a leader. Our 25th high school reunion was held the summer of 2011 at Seven Springs Resort. The next day many of us met for breakfast. I got a chance to meet Brian and his two young twin children. He was just starting to raise his family and was very proud and happy. It's sad that he was gone three months later. But I am thankful that I knew him, and I hope his family is doing well.

*** Posted by Tom Krivda on 2010-11-16 ***

I graduated from Norwin the same year as Brian. I never really got to know him but always respected his significant accomplishments in sports, academically, in business and his family life that was tragically cut short by those scumbag low-lifes. America lost someone of significance when it lost Brian Dale that day!


*** Posted by Kevin T. Park on 2010-09-11 ***

I attended Immaculate Conception Elementary School with Brian and have fond memories of him and his father, especially from football practice and basketball. He was a fierce competitor on field, but a gentle giant off field. I sympathize with your loss and remind you that he will not be forgotten.

*** Posted by Vince Kachik on 2009-11-16 ***

I graduated  from Norwin a few years after Brian.  I am thinking of you and your family today.  NEVER FORGET.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2004-09-11 ***

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