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In Tribute to Jane Louise Simpkin
36 years old.   Residence: Wayland, Mass.
Passenger of Flight 175

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Only time moves to the next scene
Memory remains part of the heart forever.

Always in my thoughts and heart.
I love you Mum

*** Posted by Ann Simpkin on 2011-12-16 ***

Jane was a wonderful presence at Wayland High School, her love of life was visible in everything she touched and spoke. I was lucky enough to have known her for only a short time while we were in high school but her passion will live with me forever.
Never Forget!


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

I never knew you or your family, but my Dad is your Mums cousin. My thoughts are with all your family and friends on this day. RIP.

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

I was just reading a post in the Sarnia Oberver in Sarnia Ontario where Jane was said to have spent some time growing up. I am from Sarnia and am her age. I am just sad that she lost her life and wanted to learn more about her. I am praying for everyone in her family during this horrible 10 year Anniversary.

*** Posted by Rhonda Curran on 2011-09-10 ***

At ASCAP I Met Jane, hired, trained and befriended her. Never have I met a more honest person. Her frienship and kindness was as genuine as can be. I think of her often and have been anticipating this 10 year anniversary for 10 yrs. Still the time has not deminished my sorrow and loss of that experience of friendhip, kindness and good humor.

*** Posted by Steve Delongchamp on 2011-09-03 ***

Jane, even though I did not know you, you are in my prayers. You sat two rows and a seat over in front of a family friend. Hope the terrorist sitting next to you did no harm to you. Rest in peace.

*** Posted by jetlikesdimsum on 2011-06-15 ***

Thinking about Jane and her family today ... a day which will bring the memories of 09/11 close again. Let's use this time to once again celebrate Jane's life and all the joy that she brought to us. God bless!

*** Posted by Jon Nottonson on 2011-05-02 ***

Jane wrote the following stanza:

"When I am gone, will I be remembered?
Did I make you smile? Did we cry together? Did I teach you well?
While I am here, what can I do, to make it better, now"

It's on a bench at Wayland High School now.

Yes, you are remembered. You made me smile. Your poem is a constant inspiration. Thank you Jane. I am thinking of you and your family.


*** Posted by Wendi Farrar on 2010-09-11 ***

I remember how nice Jane was. We started law school together and had only a few classes together. She made such a positive impression on me, and I am so proud that we were friends.

*** Posted by Janine Duffy on 2010-09-11 ***

I once knew this girl named Jane. I would eat lunch and have a snack with her. She was full of life and so friendly. Jane would always ask to see the picture of my daughter, Veronica Rose, and would always comment on how beautiful she was. Veronica was a baby at that time. Although we only knew each other for a short period, I was blessed to know her. I feel she is now and has been the angel on my daughter's shoulder. I can see her now with that small wooden cross on her neck smiling and chatting away.

I was patiently sitting, waiting during our law school class break, for her to show. Instead, one of her friends came over to me hysterically crying and explained that Jane was on one of the planes. Like the rest of you, I have never come to terms with Jane's death, and it severely affects me even today. She was a wonderful, caring, and loving person. I speak of her to my daughter, who is now 9 years old, on special moments. She will live forever in my heart and will be guiding Veronica Rose through the years.

I love you all,

*** Posted by Danny Brock on 2010-08-11 ***

I'm sorry I didn't know you better. My thoughts are with your mum. X x

*** Posted by ellie games-maund on 2009-09-06 ***

Jane Simpkin, you were a blessings to your parents on March 28, 1965, and on September 11, 2001 you were a blessing to America! Your life lives on in the hearts of your loved ones to share and continue to bless others with your sweet memory, and America and the world will always remember you. On this day, September 11, 2008... you hold the hand of God and look down upon all of us with blessings of love! Thank you!

*** Posted by Michelle White, CA on 2008-09-11 ***

My love to you and to your family. I'm just sorry we never got to meet after your visit to Ilminster. Again, all my love.

*** Posted by michelle simpkin (mousseau) on 2008-07-04 ***

For Jane's family:

I knew her in name only. I am a former ASCAP employee (I now work for BMI). I had left before Jane started, but I knew some of the people she worked with, and so, could put a face the sorrow of her loss. There are few people that do the job that Jane did, so I know that all of us in the licensing industry felt a connection with her. So the moment I first heard her name, my thoughts and wishes went to you and yours - as they do on this day.

*** Posted by Mick Johnston on 2006-09-11 ***

"They are not gone who live in the hearts they leave behind".
My daughter and friend
Love forever, Mum

*** Posted by Ann Simpkin on 2006-09-11 ***

She Slipped The Surly Bonds Of Earth To Touch The Face Of God
3/28/1965 - 9/11/2001
Love forever Mum

*** Posted by Ann Simpkin on 2006-09-08 ***

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