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In Tribute to James M. Roux
43 years old.   Residence: Portland, Maine
Passenger of Flight 175

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I was apart of a ride to remember on 9/11/11 in balto md and at this event was a large binder with all the names of the victims. I dont know why but I was drawn to the name of James Roux. I made a donation and was allowed the privelage to have his name on a card that I displayed during the ride. I dont know if he liked motorcycles or not but I want his family and friends to know that from that day forward he will be with me wherever my bike takes me for he is now my gaurdian angel and that name tag will forever be with me. Many did the same as me that day and took people whom they have never met on that ride. My 9 yr old son was along for the ride and he to wore a name he picked. I will close by saying to his family and friends his loss is great but he will never be forgotten...God Bless

*** Posted by Bryan Hall on 2011-09-13 ***

Jim, Remembering you on this 10th anniversary

*** Posted by Joline Woodhead on 2011-09-11 ***

Jim was driven by his love for those for whom he most cared, such as his family and his charity. He never did anything small, either, but made an impression on everybody who came into contact with him. His flame burned brightly. He not only was a truly good person, but also just a great guy to be around. A true friend to many, he is greatly missed.

*** Posted by James M. Ziegler on 2008-08-15 ***

today I went to jim's house (he lived next to us in downtown portland) and I left a mason jar full of flowers with a sign that said "in loving memory of jim roux, united flight 175 9.11.2ko6"....as I was placing it down on his old doorstep, a lady who was feeding her meter looked at me and said "that was very nice of you"...i started to tear up, and then she approached me as I got into my truck and shut the door with the window down...she asked "did you know that person?"....again I teared up, then I choked....and I said, "yes, he was a dear friend..."  she then put her hand on my arm and said..." i lost my mother that day, she was a police woman" ... we both stood in silence for a moment....i wasn't the only one grieving on that busy sidewalk today....for a moment, two strangers were united by a horrific tragedy, but we shared the same loss, and we were, in a strange way, comforting to each other....remember those...9.11.2ko6....

aj riseman

*** Posted by aj riseman on 2006-09-11 ***

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