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In Tribute to Edward V. Rowenhorst
32 years old.   Residence: Lake Ridge, Va.
Died in Pentagon

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It is now the 10th anniversary of that tragic day. Often in life the smallest things we do are the most appreciated, and change people the most. I think of the many small things the world misses in his passing that tragic day and I leave that thought here in a new day and age. My one small thing for today, I thought of Edward V. Rowenhorst this day.

*** Posted by John Kovaly on 2011-09-11 ***

It was my privilege to be Eddie's teacher in the 5th grade. He was indeed a good student who even then carried himself with a lot of class. I also taught his cousins in Iowa, so the Rowenhorst family was a part of my life for nearly 15 years. I pray God's grace and blessing on them as they continue to miss him and grieve his loss.

*** Posted by Larry Wilhite on 2008-09-21 ***

I didn't [know] Edward myself but I was friends of his younger brother Daniel. I went to the memorial service held for Edward. I could see and feel the love that his family and friends had for him. Even though I didn't know Edward I have a lot of respect for him. In my mind he's an American hero. I will never forget Edward, his family, and the sacrifice that was made. I'm always praying for the Rowenhorst family. May God bless them.

*** Posted by Keith Freitas on 2008-09-11 ***

I miss him allot. I wish he was still here.

*** Posted by Cameron Rowenhorst on 2006-05-31 ***

My uncle,Eddie was really cool and lots of fun to be around. I remember the day he died,I was about 8 years old. My mom picked me up from school and told me about the planes and stuff. We went out there shortly after that. It was really hard seeing them,and the Pentagon half way gone.I always loved going out there to visit Uncle Eddie,Aunt Traci and Ashley and Katie.But since I lived in Iowa and they lived in Virginia we didn't see them very often.I will always remember him.And I can't wait to see him again in the future.*

*** Posted by Miranda on 2006-01-04 ***

we love you so much! and we will never forget you.
can't wait to see you in heaven!

love daniel and staci

*** Posted by daniel and staci rowenhorst on 2003-12-05 ***


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