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In Tribute to Christine Lee Hanson
2 years old.   Residence: Groton, Mass.
Passenger of Flight 175

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I am truly sorry for the familyís loss, but God is taking care of your angel, so keep your head up high. I know itís sad to think about her sometimes without crying, but you have to pull through and trust in Jesus Christ the savior. Bless your souls. I will keep you in my prayers.

*** Posted by Stasha on 2007-12-16 ***


Even though I did not know you, I want to pay my respects to you. I believe you are in a better place now.

*** Posted by Natasha on 2007-09-26 ***

May you forever dream, little Christine. Nothing will ever harm you again.

*** Posted by Sarah on 2007-09-21 ***

I'd like to say that Christine and her parents are watching over their beloved family. God bless them. I am 13 and doing a report on 9/11 in the 7th grade. Little Christine will be in our hearts forever. God Bless America.

*** Posted by Alexandra McDowell on 2007-09-12 ***

God Bless You, Christine. Some say a child is a gift from god sent to give a message. Let Her message be sent to all who knew her and loved her. She is now an Angel and her message to all is Pure Love.

*** Posted by Lori on 2007-09-11 ***


Even tho you passed away, and I do not know you. I felt dearly for you and your family, and I am so sorry the way you had to end your old life. But now u are on bigger and better things with ur parents and probably many friends who u knew on that plane, but now you are in heaven living with Jesus and u will never hurt again.... I am Kayla, 11 yrs old, and we are doing a 7th grade project on Sept 11, 2001.... God bless you and your family. Even though you have moved on, you r always in our hearts.

*** Posted by Kayla on 2007-09-11 ***

My heart goes out to this little girl and her family. i'm so sorry for yall's loss. no one should ever feel the pain of burying their child. its us who are supposed to see you go to heaven. I couldn't imagine losing my sisters. i'm so sorry. I will pray for you.

*** Posted by Cecorya on 2007-09-11 ***

To know that a 2-year-old was tragically killed in the senseless attack on the World Trade Towers, it kills you on the inside a little bit. I was in fourth grade when the attacks happened, and never, even six years later, did I think that a baby was killed. God bless you, Christine. Forever will you be in your parents' arms, safe in heaven.

*** Posted by Arielle on 2007-09-11 ***

I have a school project, and I am doing it on Christine. I didn't expect for the youngest child to only be 2. I had expected the youngest to at least be 5, but now that I know that it is Christine. I am doing it on her. May her soul rest in peace in heaven with her parents, along with the rest of the victims of 9-11. May they all rest in peace.

*** Posted by Sara on 2007-09-11 ***

I am doing a project for my 11th grade history class, and we are doing a memorial for all the victims of 9/11. I was looking through all the names in the lists and say age 2. When I saw the sweet little girl in the picture with her parents I couldn't help but think of my little brother and sisters. I am using you, Christine, for my memorial project because I want everyone to remember you and how adorable you are! Hope you rest in peace. And to her parents, GOD BLESS YOU!

*** Posted by kayla on 2007-09-06 ***

I'm 13 years old. My heart goes out to Christine and her family. We may never know what could have been in store for her in the future, but her memory will live on.

*** Posted by Ashleey Cromartie on 2007-09-06 ***

I have often wondered in the past years, was there children who died. I could not find an answer. I thought there must have been a daycare at the world trade centers. I never thought about a precious little life on a plane. How horrible to know that your little baby was about to die. I just cannot think of anything worse. I can only imagine that the little baby picked up on the yelling and confusion. Seeing his mamma and daddy upset and crying. How confusing. Those poor parents. Wanting to protect their baby so bad, but couldn't. I only hope God took those souls before the impact. God bless those grandparents, aunts, uncles, and little cousins.

*** Posted by Donna on 2007-07-23 ***

Having been blessed with a child recently myself, I have learned firsthand how wonderful and innocent they are. That this little one was taken so soon speaks to what can happen when ideology trumps our humanity. The recent events with Virginia Tech have also stirred within me a very real anger and frustration at meaningless violence. God bless you, Christine, and all other people who have been taken to soon for no good reason.

*** Posted by Todd Crowe on 2007-04-19 ***

God bless you Christine. Rest in peace.

*** Posted by Connie on 2007-03-04 ***

Thinking about all the people that lost their lives on this terrible day in 2001 makes me so sad. Some people don't actually realise how much people have lost until something like this happens to someone they know, or it has already happened. When I woke up one morning I turned on the television to watch children programs instead I was greeted by news reporters and flashing pictures of what was going on in America. I didn't know what was going on at the time because I was only in grade 2. My little sister was the same age as Christine Lee at the time. I changed channels and on every single channel there was full time news reports about the attacks. I woke my mum and dad up and they watched what was happening. That day my mum and dad kept me off school. After lunch they sat me down and told me as best as they could about what had happened. They told me everything they knew. After a little while they found out about Christine Lee and how she was only 2 years old when she died in the attacks. They said to me just think if your little sister Olivia had died. I burst into tears and ran into my little sisters room. I gave her the biggest hug I could possibly let out. Till this day I am glad I still have a young sister and I will continue on praying for the poor families who lost people that are close to them in these terrible attacks on 9/11. I can feel everyone's pain, and I just hope that their shattered lives can be made whole, that someday they will find someone who will lift their sorrows. I wrote a poem this year in memory of all the poor people who suffered in this terrible time:

Time is precious, but you don't want it,
Life is precious, but you don't think it,
You are precious, but you don't believe it,
but to me you are precious and I know it,
because I will remember you forever,
and forever is long.

I did it as best as I could.

*** Posted by Amy - 13 years old on 2006-12-19 ***

May you rest in peace little one....

*** Posted by Christina Esposito on 2006-12-17 ***

When I looked at her face in the picture my eyes turned into tears, water dripping down my face, and asking god if I could just see her planting with her father with the same smile in the picture. But now I know that she is in heaven as an angel and god is watching out for her.

*** Posted by phillip zeller on 2006-11-13 ***

I live in Savannah, Ga and obviously I did not know little chistine and her family but I wanna say how sorry I am for her and her family's loss. She was just 2 years old she hadnt even lived out her life. She was just beginning. But little Christine is in heaven and waiting, waiting for the rest of her loved ones to arrive so she can run and jump into their arms. I can't tell you how sad I was when I heard about the terroists on that horrible day and to make it worse I read that children were also victims. I can't begin to tell y'all how sorry I am for y'alls loss. May God be with you and your family. Oh and God Bless you little Christine.

*** Posted by Angel Williams on 2006-11-09 ***

You were an angel among us and now you are free, safe and in God's loving arms. Bless you, baby girl.

*** Posted by Beth on 2006-10-27 ***

May God Bless My Little Angel.
Rest in Peace!
Che Dio ti Benedica mio piccolo Angelo
Riposa in Pace!

*** Posted by paola on 2006-10-14 ***

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