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In Tribute to Kenneth Waldie
46 years old.   Residence: Methuen, Mass.
Passenger of Flight 11

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I worked with Ken every single day at Raytheon, as he and I were part of the same procurement team. I was the procurement guy and Ken the quality lead. He was truly a one of a kind, gentle, loving man who was totally committed to his family and their activities. Ken is greatly missed by all without any doubt and for one, I shall never forget him as a co-worker, but more importantly as a friend....

*** Posted by Lou Ouellette on 2010-02-15 ***

I often think of Ken and his family since our kids played ball together growing up in Methuen and still are friends. I never met anyone who did not think that Ken was the nicest person, and he never had a bad word to say about anyone. May he rest in peace.

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

I went to high school with Ken, and after years ended up living near him again. His family in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania were always at the heart of everything he did. Rest in peace, Ken.

*** Posted by Jan Moore-Simmons on 2009-09-11 ***

I never knew about Ken until 9/11, because he happened to live the house behind mine, and everyone in the neighborhood said that a victim lived in that house. My family went over to leave flowers, and we will never forget the feeling we had that day when we saw the look on the faces of his family and friends. Though I never met him, formally at least, I will never forget that fateful day! I hope that the death of Mr. Waldie, and the other victims, will be forever remembered by us as a symbol of our nation's greatness, and also of the resilience that we exhibit in tough times like on Tuesday September 11, 2001. Should the memory of Ken Waldie, and everyone else who gave up their lives that day, serve as a reminder of what unites us in this country, and not what separates us!

*** Posted by Melquis Naveo, Methuen, Ma on 2009-09-11 ***

I had just started working for a telecommunications company and spoke with Ken the night before 9/11. We only spoke for a few minutes but he was one of those people who sticks in your mind. That's how nice a person he was.

It wasn't until sometime later that I found out he was on Flight 11. I often think of Ken and how kind he was that night on the phone and how we seemed to connect even though we were strangers and it was only for a very few minutes.

To Ken's family, I wish you peace and may you always hold on to the happy thoughts as I have done over the years.

*** Posted by Bill C on 2008-09-12 ***

Although I never met Ken, his Uncle Frank Waldie was married to my Aunt, Virginia Waldie from N.J. Our thoughts and prayers are with you this day and always.

Sept. 11, 2008

*** Posted by Lorraine Steiner on 2008-09-11 ***

I knew Ken and have seen both daughters play basketball for Methuen High and son play ball. He was a wonderful man, husband, and father, and Ken and his family shall remain in my heart forever. His children are such a success and are a GREAT example of good parenting. R.I.P., Ken, as you will NEVER be forgotten....

From a Methuen, MA resident.

*** Posted by Dave on 2007-09-11 ***

During my plebe summer at the Naval Academy, my classmates and I had a training session addressing discrimination. We were encouraged to stand up and "say" what was offensive to us. When my turn came I got up and explained that having grown up in South Texas, I found the label "wetback" very offensive.... You could hear a pin drop in the room of about 40 young men.... Then a soft voice in the back of the room said, "Gosh, Ray, ... I thought you were Italian...." Everybody busted up laughing.... To say the least, we never had a problem with skin color, ethnicity, or whatever....

"Waldo" graduated and went into the Navy. After serving his time, he worked for Raytheon just outside Boston. He also married this gal and claimed her kids as his own.

When you remember this day, 9/11, remember "Waldo." He was a good man. His family, friends, and I all miss him. I hope that now you will, too....

*** Posted by Ray Saenz on 2007-09-11 ***

I have never meet kenneth but i would like to give my blessing to his family as they could be related to me xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

*** Posted by claire waldie (great britain) daughter of john camren waldie on 2006-03-17 ***

I love you Ken, you are greatly missed by me and other people out there. You will forever be in my heart. I know now that you are somewhere better than here, and i hope your spirit lives on and watches over the ones you love.
I MISS YOU SOo0o0o MUCH, words cant even explain!!

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2004-10-24 ***

Ken Waldie was one of the bst men in the entire world and will be deeply missed. I lived across the street from him for 4 years and he was the best man on the street and he will never be forgoten. Ilove you ken R.I.P

*** Posted by Jamey Fielding on 2004-07-18 ***

There is no doubt, NONE whatsoever, that Mr. Waldie is the nicest guy ive ever met, and ever will meet. Ive talked to him maybe a total of 20 times in my life, but those are enough to make me randomly cry. In the supermarket, at home, at a freinds huose. If i see 9/11, i cry. Losing someone is difficult. My prayers go out to the familys who were close to him. I wasn't that close, and I still can't come to grips with it. Mr. Waldie taught me many things, im so thankful for that. Theres no doubt in my mind that God took him with open arms and he became an angel in heaven. I love you Mr. Waldie.

*** Posted by Shaun Lawson on 2004-06-24 ***

Kenneth Waldie is the best guy you can possibly think of. People were devestated when we found out. He will be truly missed!! All the kids on the street loved Ken. He was like my father. i have been living across the steet from him for many years. i had ALOT of love for him, and still do!
Love always, Felicia aka: Feli

*** Posted by Felicia Fielding on 2004-03-25 ***

Ken remains in our thoughts and prayers each and every day.

*** Posted by Kevin and Linda on 2003-12-31 ***

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