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In Tribute to Edward R. Hennessy
35 years old.   Residence: Belmont, Mass.
Passenger of Flight 11

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We grew up on the same street, and I knew him as Teddy. We used to play tag, listen to the Beatles, and make Super 8 movies together.  He kept us in stitches with his Steve Martin impersonations.

Remembering Teddy and his family on the 11th anniversary of 9-11...

*** Posted by Barbara on 2012-09-11 ***

My thoughts and prayers go out to my Aunt and Uncle my love is forever and so sorry xoxoxo

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

For the last ten years, in my office I have kept a picture of the first tower and beside it the image of an eagle with a tear in its eye. There is a photograph of our section at Northwestern. Behind my left shoulder is Ted. Although he was young enough to be my son, I looked up to him with admiration-even awe-so witty, talented, funny, brilliant, compassionate was he. I honor him and this country which he loved.

*** Posted by Don Baldwin on 2011-09-11 ***

On this, the 10-year anniversary of 9/11, I remember and honor Ted: a Kellogg business school classmate who also directed the Kellogg Revue Band.  He was smart, funny, a great director, and friend to many. May his memory be a blessing to his family, as it is to many of us.

*** Posted by Jon S on 2011-09-11 ***

I never met Mr. Ted, but he was friends with my Papa. I have also heard how great he was. He was a math person and so am I. Have fun in heaven!

*** Posted by Miss Weasley on 2011-09-11 ***

Ted, we have fond memories of you from Leverett House and especially playing foosball together at the Leverett House grill. You did a wonderful job with the Hasty Pudding Theatrical. Our deepest sympathies to your family.

*** Posted by Steve Grover on 2011-09-11 ***

I want to extend my loving thoughts and prayers to the family. He, along with many who lost their lives that day, many who dedicated their time and energy then and in months and years following, have left a mark in the hearts and minds of all Americans.

*** Posted by Dottie Ayotte on 2011-09-10 ***

We all continue to mourne and miss Ted. These many years later his memory, spirit, energy and vibrance wash over us with fervor. I wanted to be sure to share that this year, again, there will be an award presented to a deserving graduating senior from Belmont High School who will receive the Edward ("Ted") Hennessy BHS Class of 1984 Memorial Award.

The award states that: "Our community remembers Ted as a wonderful, intelligent, energetic and most decent human being. He was a talented, humorous, vibrant, caring and devoted person who gave so much to his friends and to our world. Ted was an extremely thoughtful person who possessed extraordinary intellect and charisma.
This Memorial Award perpetuates Tedís memory and his lasting contributions to all of our lives. The BHS Class of 1984 identifies one outstanding and promising member of the BHS graduating class each year who best exemplifies Tedís character and zest for life.

This award is intended to remember and continue the great deeds Ted started in his lifetime and to serve as a beacon of hope that one day peace, goodness and freedom will be restored to this country and the world."

With fondest memories.

*** Posted by Richard Coopperstein on 2011-05-20 ***

I went to school with Ted---God bless.

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

I graduated from Belmont High School with Ted. I hadn't seen him since 1984. 9-11 made me realize how small the world is. I was shocked that day and particularly shocked to learn about Ted. God bless all who were lost that day. R.I.P.

*** Posted by robert j sparks on 2010-09-11 ***

I miss him.

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

I'm related to him.

*** Posted by casey johnson on 2010-06-28 ***

A precious life was snuffed out on a beautiful September morning. Relatives and friends will never be the same. I never knew Ted, but I have known his wife and children. In a remarkable tribute to Ted's life, his wife touchingly memorialized Ted with a public playground that will enrich friendship ties amongst children for years to come. Perhaps children who play here will go on to work for peace and positive relationships and interdependence on a globe that grows smaller each day.

*** Posted by Anne on 2009-10-07 ***

I didn't know Ted. But my mom is a friend of his mom. It hurt her terribly. I hope people will reflect that Ted was someone's neighbor, friend, father, and son. He's not just a name on a memorial.

*** Posted by John on 2009-09-11 ***

Ted worked for a consulting firm that was driving a high profile strategic project at my company. It was great to have him on this project because he was articulate, passionate, and committed to quality outcome. On that unforgettable day, Ted was traveling to our company for yet another assignment-packed week.

When we heard the news about his flight and the overall 9-11 incident, our whole world came to a stop. He along with another colleague of ours was gone for ever and for NO good reason. I know that 9-11 left an impact on everyone around the world and it will never be forgotten, but for me, loosing Ted and our other colleague, Paul Friedman, marked this day with an even higher emotional tie and had thought me not to take any day for granted. God bless his soul and his family.

*** Posted by A friend from WMG on 2008-09-11 ***

I knew Ted very well. He was a hard worker and a great father, and very much focused on his faith. I still miss him

*** Posted by anonymous on 2007-02-11 ***

I'm a student at Temple University and on September 11, 2003 I recieved this name at random and was asked to pray for Edward Hennessy, I did so. And wanted to inform his family, if they are reading this that I prayed for them as well and continue to think of them and keep them in my prayers.

*** Posted by Kelly on 2003-10-14 ***

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