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In Tribute to Brian L. Jones
44 years old.   Residence: New York, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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BRIAN--I CARRY YOUR FLAG..........REST IN PEACE. WE WILL NEVER FORGET!

*** Posted by D.R. on 2011-09-13 ***

Brian, a good person gone too soon. RIP! I still remember the tape ring fights at Citicorp. The person that tought me JCL and gave me great advice, I will never foget you. If we had more people in the World like Brian, it would have never been a 9/11.

*** Posted by Fred Hill on 2011-09-09 ***

pat lee gary terry and all of mirin ave. that shady safe place that was a part of the best years of our lives. my heart felt sympathies 10 years after our profound lost of our son, our brother, our friendon that day of evil that laid in wait like a thief in the dark to steal from us what was precious and promising. I use to baby sit brian and gary and later terry.those many years ago. thet were play mates of my youngest brother, george (jeep). little boys playin was in our back yard. no one ever thought it would come to this. take your rest little brother. that word closure, so over used. it means ending. there is NO ending in sight in a loss such as this.we will meet again one day. wait for us by that cool stream that passes through the green valley
ruth

*** Posted by ruth du bose on 2011-07-28 ***

SO MANY YEARS AGO, I SOMETIMES BABY SAT FOR GARY AND YOU. YOU WERE FRIEND OF MY YOUNGEST BROTHER GEORGE BAXTER, WE CALL HIM JEEP. MIRIN AVE.. 151 MIRIN AVE. A QUIET SHADY STREET MADE UP OF HARD WORKING FAMILIES AND THERE POLITE AND WELL BROUGHT UP CHILDREN. OF WHICH GARY YOU AND A BIT LATER, TERRY WERE A PART OF.NEVER IN A MILLION YEARS WHEN I USE TO WATCH YOU AT PLAY WITH JEEP DID I THINK IT WOULD COME TO THIS. JEEP WAS A KID, LIVING HIS YOUNG LIFE WITH THOUGHTS OF SERVING IN NAM. AS YOU MIGHT KNOW, HE WENT INTO THE ARMY., SERVING WITH THE 82 AIRBOURNE MY MOM RAN INTO YOUR MOM SHORTLY AFTER 911 ABD LEARNED OF YOUR PASSING. YOU WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED. WHILE I WOULD HAVE MUCH PREFERED TO HAVE REMEMBERED TOU FOR THE FAME OR CELIBERTY THAT MIGHT HAVE COME TO YOU, YOU SHALL ALWAYS COME TO MIND WHEN THE MENTION OF THE NUMBERS 9 1 1 COME INTO PLAY. TAKE YOUR REST LITTLE BROTHER. KEEP WATCH OVER US.  PAT, LEE, GARY AND TERRY, MY CONDOLENCES TO YOU

AND TO ALL OF THOSE WHO GREW UP IN THE SAFETY PLACE THAT WAS MIRIN AVE.      RUTH

*** Posted by RUTH DUBOSE on 2011-07-26 ***

Remembering the days you were in my class to learn to be a Network Engineer, on this, the ninth Anniversary, I just wanted to say that I will never forget you, the fun we had, and the Net Tech exam.

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

Brian - we miss you. You friends at Citicorp. Melville/NY

*** Posted by Peter Adesso on 2010-09-11 ***

Prayers and thoughts go out to Gary and his family. I grew up in Roosevelt was a good friend of Gary's and knew Brian and his sister Terry as kids growing up. I also knew their mother and father. I haven't been in touch with Gary in quite a while but my heart goes out to you and the whole family. I live in San Jose, California now. Condolences from my family to yours.

Raphaelsfam@cs.com

*** Posted by Raphael (formerly Ralph) Thomas on 2006-10-12 ***

We grew up on the same block, Mirin Ave in Roosevelt, L.I. where my brothers and sisters and I use to play with Brian and his brother and sister. He was always the "little gentleman" with a tough exterior, but a warm and kind heart. It was no surprise he served in the Marine Corp. But the surprise was hearing he was killed in the World Trade Center (was told by my daughters who also grew up on Mirin Ave and had a friend who died as well). Growing up there was a place where danger and death never touched our world. My heart goes out to Brother Gary, Sister Terry and his Parents. He was a part of my perfect world, forever living in my heart. Rest well Brian, you served your country well.

Blessings,
Patricia McNeill Shelton
Bronx, N.Y.

*** Posted by Patricia McNeill Shelton on 2006-09-11 ***

I knew Brian from when I was young growning up in the same neighborhood in Roosevelt, N.Y. I was saddened to know that someone I knew personally lost their life on 9/11. It has been many years since I last saw Brian. My deepest sympathy goes out to the jones family. Peace and blessings.

*** Posted by Michelle (McNeill) Stevenson on 2006-09-11 ***

I knew Brian while serving in the Marine Corps with him in Kansas City, MO 1983-1985.  Brian and I were both active duty Marines working as computer data control technicians. Our most improtant duty while working in KC was to run payroll for the entire Marine Corps (active, reserve and retired)! Brian was always the type of person to brighten your day even when the days seemed like they would never end!  He had a way of always being positive about life.  I discovered Brian was one of the World Trade Center victims more than 6 months after the disaster while reading the Marine Corps Retired newsletter. Brian was listed in the TAPS section.  Semper Fi Brian...

*** Posted by Bonny Grigsby USMC Retired on 2006-02-06 ***


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