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In Tribute to Brian Kinney
29 years old.   Residence: Lowell, Mass.
Passenger of Flight 175

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To the Kinney family you are always in our thoughts, and our hearts.. When I see a picture of Brian I smile, then I have tears always remebered <3

*** Posted by Mr and Mrs Kendall Rector on 2012-09-11 ***

I never had the honor of meeting Brian, but was introduced to his father and uncle by a mutual friend at the garage. I wear his #28 t shirt with pride and honor. I can only guess he was as kind and honest and hardworking as the Kinney men I have met. God Bless you and your family.

*** Posted by Lisa MacBrayne on 2012-02-22 ***

Went to the dedication of a baseball field in the name of Brian Kinney today on the 10th anniversary of 9/11. I did not think it would be so emotional to me after 10 years. Brian and his family lived across the street from me when they were growing up. Brian was a happy soul and made everyone around him happy as well. He was a good son, brother, husband and all around good man. He is still missed by many.

*** Posted by Alice McLaughlin on 2011-09-11 ***

Brian,
You are always in our thoughts, and often think of how you always made us smile with all your jokes, Our Daughter Christie said it best when she said :

We take for granted the things in this world that mean so much to us. 10yrs ago this country was turned upside down. everyone was impacted by this in one way or another..to the kinney family you are truely in my heart,and anyone close to brian can agree that he was an amazing man who was taken away from this world way to early.

*** Posted by Kendall and Susan rector on 2011-09-11 ***

Brian,
Kendall and I, Think of you often and all your jokes. How you made so many people smile, Our Daughter Christie, has said it best as she said : 
We take for granted the things in this world that mean so much to us. 10yrs ago this country was turned upside down. everyone was impacted by this in one way or another..to the kinney family you are truely in my heart,and anyone close to Brian can agree that he was an amazing man who was taken away from this world way to early. <3  Susan Rector

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

Brian,
Kendall and I, Think of you often and all your jokes. How you made so many people smile, Our Daughter Christie, has said it best as she said : 
We take for granted the things in this world that mean so much to us. 10yrs ago this country was turned upside down. everyone was impacted by this in one way or another..to the kinney family you are truely in my heart,and anyone close to Brian can agree that he was an amazing man who was taken away from this world way to early. <3  Susan Rector

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

Hi Brian,
Thinking of you, especially today, you will never be forgotten. I often drive by your dads gas station and always look at your memorial. You were always a hard worker and ALWAYS had a smile on your face. I was lucky to have known you.
God Bless you and your entire family, they too, are often in my thoughts.

*** Posted by Kim Masse on 2011-09-11 ***

Dear Brian,

My husband brought me to see the beautiful memorial at the corners of Belknap and Melendy in Hudson, NH. It is truly a beautiful way to celebrate all of the lives that were cut short on 9-11-2001. Know that another person is thinking of you and your family and friends today. Thank you for reminding us all of what America is, small towns and gas stations and windshield washes! The good old days! God bless you and all those whose lives you have touched.

*** Posted by Carrie on 2011-09-10 ***

Brian - We worked together at PWC and as the 10th anniversary draws near, I was thinking of you. Your spirit lives on!

God Bless

*** Posted by Chris W on 2011-09-10 ***

Hello Brian,
I was working at P.O. Square office (Coopers and Lybrand), the same Company you and I work with. Every year when the day Sept 11 comes, in my mind always remember to you.
Remember you in my pray and all victims of September 11.

Frank Nguyen

*** Posted by Frank Nguyen on 2011-09-09 ***

Dear Brian,

Dave knew you well and I not so well. But anyone who would work a full time job them come and help their Dad and Uncle pump gas on busy Saturdays had to be very special. I could tell how proud they were of who you had become. I never saw you without a smile. And, that smile made your whole face shine.

May the peace that passes all understanding be yours always.
Dave Gran and Susan Taylor  September 5, 2011

*** Posted by Dave Gran and Susan Taylor on 2011-09-05 ***

Dear Brian,

Dave knew you well and I not so well. But anyone who would work a full time job them come and help their Dad and Uncle pump gas on busy Saturdays had to be very special. I could tell how proud they were of who you had become. I never saw you without a smile. And, that smile made your whole face shine.

May the peace that passes all understanding be yours always.
Dave Gran and Susan Taylor  September 5, 2011

*** Posted by Dave Gran and Susan Taylor on 2011-09-05 ***

I saw the tow trucks up at Hampton Beach and was in awe! The depiction of that day was so vivid in the art work that it was absolutely amazing. I just had to have a picture of it and keep it on my phone. I talked about this at work and several co-worker knew Brian and told me wonderful stories of him. I feel like I know him in a way now. That day will never be forgotten and the victims that were tragectly taken from us and the victims that live with it everyday are deeply in my thoughts no matter how much time goes away.

*** Posted by Heidi Robbins on 2011-07-13 ***

Brian,
Every time I drive by your Dad's station I slow down an look at the memorial that is there in your memory (may not be the brightest thing to do considering the intersection, but it's worth it) and say a prayer. Still see you in my minds eye as the kid running around pumping gas and doing windshields...miss ya kid!

*** Posted by A Friend on 2010-12-09 ***

You will be remembered! We will never forget!

*** Posted by Mary Gannon on 2010-09-11 ***

Hi, Brian ...

I think of you often and especially today, on this day that was so terrible for you and for so many others. Blessings to you in heaven, where I know someone as kind, caring, funny, and bright just has to be, and God bless your wife and child, your family and friends, both here and in paradise forever.

With love,
Mr. "R"

*** Posted by Leo Racicot on 2010-09-11 ***

It's been nine years since the attack, and not a day goes by that we all don't think of you. We miss you, Brian.

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

Hi, Brian—

There is not a day in my life that goes by that I do not think about you. I think often of all the days that we spent as little kids with not a care in the world. You were the big brother I never had. I miss talking with you about what our futures were going to be like. I was always amazed by how great of a person and friend you were to everyone around you.
I often say to my own children now that, if there is one thing they do in their lives, it is that I want them to be a good person just like you. I named my son after you. He is almost seven now. He has a freckle on one of his fingers, and I told him that it was an angel kiss from you. Someday I know that we will meet again, but for now I want you to know that I take you with me all the time.

Love,
Your Friend,
Nicole

*** Posted by Nicole S on 2010-06-27 ***

Brian,

Your father and I miss you so very much; however, I know that you are with us and watching over us from above, along with your child and your sister Kathleen. I keep the three of you in prayer each day, and by living the life in deep prayer and daily masses, I know and feel the presence of you and your sister.

By living the life in prayer and continually saying the rosary to Our Blessed Mother Mary, along with praying for the souls in purgatory, I hope that one day I will be re-united with each one of you who has died that is connected with me. I have truly found that inner peace and joy within, and most of all FORGIVENESS for the terrorist who took your life from us. God bless.

Love,
Mom

*** Posted by Darlene Kinney (his mom) on 2010-03-16 ***

Dear Brian,

I didn't know you, but we are touched by your sacrifice and tragedy and the comments of those who knew you personally. Bless you and your family.

*** Posted by Michele on 2009-12-15 ***


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