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In Tribute to James A. Haran
41 years old.   Residence: Malverne, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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My thoughts and prayers are with you the family this day. I hope that with the passage of this little time your pain is a tiny bit dulled.

Ps my family is also from County Clare (Miltown), I suspect we are distant cousins. Best Mary Ann

*** Posted by Mary Ann P. Haran on 2011-09-11 ***

I grew up in Syosset and met Jimmy in the late 1960s when his family was visiting my cousins and his, the Bretts. I thought of Jim today (9/11/2008) when my Aunt Eileen Brett sent me an email with a prayer for those who had fallen on that fateful morning seven years ago. She closed her email with a wish that God be with "Carol, her children, Brian, Katie, Kelly, Jimmy and Mary, Trish, and John Haran and all their families. God bless Jimmy and all of you. God bless America, bring peace to our troubled world, and keep our men and women who serve and protect our great country safe."

*** Posted by Tim Haslach on 2008-09-11 ***

The University of Texas at Tyler is honoring all 9-11 fallen heros today. The name I have James A Haran. He is a stranger to me, but he is an American, just like me and he and his family will be in my prayers today.

*** Posted by Howard Patterson on 2006-09-11 ***

My father joseph was born in N.Y. As I feel this might have been a family member. My family's prayers are with James and family

*** Posted by Jerrold K. Haran I on 2006-09-08 ***

The Haran family of Northern California was deeply saddened by the passing of James A. Haran and the thousands who died with him.
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Our prayers are for the family and friends of James A. Haran.
May your pain and sadness be lightened by each passing day.

May the Peace of Love of our Lord wbe with you always...

P.S. Our Haran branch of the family orginated from County Clare, Ireland.

*** Posted by The Haran Family on 2004-07-25 ***

Jim Haran was a great person to be around, as anybody who is reading this could tell you. He was a genuine great guy who had a good heart, loved life, his friends and most of all his family. He always seemed to find a positive spin on situations & people.
He was a leader by example.
I know I am a better person for having known him.

*** Posted by Frank Lawless on 2004-05-10 ***


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