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In Tribute to Linda Gronlund
46 years old.   Residence: Warwick, N.Y.
Passenger of Flight 193

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Dear Elsa - Thinking of you. - LCB

*** Posted by Laura Ballinger Fox on 2011-09-10 ***

You are still in my heart. I will miss you always.
Nancy

*** Posted by Nancy Hirschaut Kapsten on 2011-09-10 ***

In the 10 years since I lost a beloved colleague, I think of Linda often... and wonder how her dog and garden are doing. She spoke of them both often and with love. It speaks to the compassionate, creative and loving person that she was.

*** Posted by Marnie Brown-Walker on 2011-09-09 ***

Linda's path and mine crossed first in the summer of '69 when we were both 16. It was a great summer, and even then it was clear that she was intense, directed, and bound for big things. But she also had a big heart. We kept in touch over many years. I remember her Aardvark that she and her dad put together, and her family's immense cat. I remember being surprised (and a little disappointed) that she decided to go to South Hampton College, but she managed to make that work, too. The bottom line is that it's not fair that people like Linda should be taken the way she did. I guess that goes without saying. Nonetheless, I remain immensely angry about it, and sad. Godspeed, Linda. I will always remember you. You made a big impression on my life.

*** Posted by Rick Lambert on 2011-04-26 ***

I knew Linda in law school. She was smart, opinionated, and conservative, but not extreme. We frequently talked, and I found her to be an engaging, intelligent person.

*** Posted by Jonathan Grant on 2010-09-15 ***

Linda was my cousin. I used to visit in the summers when I was younger and spend time with her, her sister Elsa and my Tante Doris. I miss Linda's strength, determination and laugh. I believe she is with me and proud of her cousin even though my successes have happened after her passing. She is loved and missed.....

Love, Lois

*** Posted by Lois Jones on 2010-09-12 ***

Thinking of you today and always! OOXOX CA

*** Posted by Carol Cole-Lewis on 2010-09-11 ***

Linda lived across the street from my family and I when we still lived in GWL. Linda helped me through a lot of hard times when my parents divorced. I spent countless amounts of time with her: From helping build her beautiful raised rock bed gardens in the back yard to making cinnabuns or just watching TV. On nice Sunday afternoons we would drive around with the top down on the Z3 before she bought hers. When I talk about her now, I call her my second mom because that's who she was to me. I will never forgot how I felt when I heard she was on flight 93. I will never forget her and all the strength she gave me when I was younger. Now Linda is my guardian angel. She was with me when I crashed into the snow on the NJ Turnpike. She kept me safe. It hurts every day thinking about how my now 18-month-old son won't get to meet her. She was such a wonderful, loving, kind person, and she always took care of me. I know everyone has their stories and memories of Linda. I just wanted to share mine because she was and still is so special to me.

You will forever be missed!  xoxo

*** Posted by Tori on 2009-09-14 ***

Although I didn't know Linda personally, I do know her sister, Elsa. I wanted to write this so that Elsa and her mother would know that people still think of Linda and her sacrifice on that awful day. We will never forget.

*** Posted by Linda Ackerman on 2009-09-11 ***

Thinking of you today. I miss you.

*** Posted by Joy Craig on 2009-09-11 ***

Linda was my big cousin, and my heart and prayers go out to my family whom I haven't seen in a long time. Tonta Doris or cousin Elsa, if your reading this, please contact me. My dad, Clifford Iversen, is heartbroken and would like for you to get in touch. We love you; god bless you. (845)787-5333.

Tracy Iversen

*** Posted by Tracy Iversen on 2008-08-23 ***

I had the honor of working with Linda over several years on two major projects for the Society of Automotive Engineers. All of the things that are said about her now, though extremely impressive, barely touch the surface of the intelligent, dedicated, strong, and courageous woman I was lucky enough to know, both on a professional and personal level. I also have a personal story to add to this webpage.

My eleven-year-old granddaughter spent the past weekend with me. Somehow, the subject of 9/11 came up, and, since she was only four years old when it happened, I spent some time talking to her about how that day affected our country. Naturally, I told her about Linda and Flight 93. The next day, just by chance, I came across a cable movie channel that was showing "United 93." My granddaughter watched the movie with me. Today, she called to tell me that she has a school assignment where she has to give a speech later this week on a person that she admires. She has chosen to give the speech on Linda.

I am so happy and proud that my granddaughter has found a way to honor Linda. Many years have passed since that tragic day, but I hope Linda's family realizes that she touched the hearts of so many people, and continues to do so, even now.

*** Posted by Marilyn Falcon on 2008-04-30 ***

Linda was my aunt. Although I didn't see her much, nor know her very well because she lived so far away, I still know enough about her to know how wonderful of a person she truly was, and this whole family misses her dearly.

Kimberlyyy<33

*** Posted by Kimberlyy on 2007-07-19 ***

I WILL ATTEND WARWICK'S MEMORIAL SERVICE ON 9/11 AND BE THINKING OF LINDA AND HER WONDERFUL FAMILY I MET DURING OUR MEMORIAL SERVICE IN WARWICK. CHAIRMAN OF WARWICK'S MEMORIAL COMMITTEE.

*** Posted by George Arnott on 2006-09-09 ***

I was Linda's neighbor in Greenwood Lake. She was a great person and missed a lot. If I could wish for one thing for the rest of my life, it would be that she could come back.
x3

*** Posted by Julia Clarke on 2006-04-19 ***

While cleaning out some files, I found Linda's BMW business card and remembered that I heard she was a 9/11 victim.  Enjoyed meeting her and working with her on a project involving BMW's port facility in California.

*** Posted by Kerby Zozula Ventura, California on 2006-04-06 ***

Elsa Strong and  Doris Gronlund if you are reading this please contact me at "Rt.1 box 627 Greenwood WV 26415"
I would really like to talk to any 1 of you i have lost contact with you and i have no way of getting a hold of you
          Sincere hopes to Linda i miss you dearly and so do my kids

              Clifford

*** Posted by CLIFFORD IVERSEN on 2005-09-11 ***

Linda was the consummate professional in everything she did , she was a friend for over 25 years .we met on a corner at lime rock as two flaggers + EMT's and over the years every-time our paths crossed it was just an exciting and fun day at the races. She was a member of our large SCCA family.          Linda may peace find you !  Ed Sparks

*** Posted by Linda Gronlund on 2005-06-24 ***

You meant the world to your family and friends. May God keep you in the palm of his hand.

*** Posted by Linda Gronlund on 2004-03-10 ***

On September 11th 2003 a memorial for the victims of 9-11 was held in Lubbock Texas. At that memorial there was an American flag placed for each person that had lost their life on that terrible day 2 years before. The following Saturday those flags were sold to the public as a fund raiser and my mother bought the flag that had been placed in memory of Linda Gronlund. I just wanted the family and friends of Linda Gronland to know that even though we never knew her our hearts go out to you and that her memory lives on in a place that I'm sure some of you never heard of before.

*** Posted by Will Marricle on 2003-09-18 ***


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