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In Tribute to Lisa J. Raines
42 years old.   Residence: Great Falls, Va.
Passenger of Flight 77

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While watching the evening news September 12, 2001, the newcast aired photographs of the passengers aboard AA Flight 77. I pondered then and now, if the lovely lady pictured is the same sweet girl that introduced herself to me and asked to share the seat on the bus years ago (I think we were in 7th grade). Could she be that sweet girl I remember (we lived in a housing development called Stonegate) growing up. I remember visiting her home and meeting her parents a few times, too. I felt such emotions for her. In time, we part ways from our friends, but wish them happiness, health, success and most of all love. Lisa, I want you to know that I still think of you and hope you are resting in the loving arms of our Lord. Sandra

*** Posted by Sandra Jones on 2011-09-11 ***

I'm sorry for that to have happened. I hope GOD blesses you.

*** Posted by Jarquisha Jones on 2007-10-24 ***

This is to Lisa's mother:

My mother, Cornelia Quirk, worked with Lisa at the Barnes and Noble Bookstore while Lisa attended Stony Brook University. She often came to our house in Stony Brook to hang out and visit with my mother. My mother was so fond of Lisa and thought she was brilliant. I remember when she came over right after she was accepted to Georgetown Law School with her future husband, Steve Push. My mother just thought she was wonderful. My mother was broken hearted to find out what had happened to Lisa, but admired what she had accomplished in her short lifetime. Unfortunately, my mother passed away a year ago from cancer. My heartfelt sympathies for your loss on this day.

*** Posted by Antonia Quirk on 2007-09-11 ***

Lisa, It is april 2006 and I think about you everyday. I spent time with Sarah who will be 7yrs. this Fri.  She looks so much like you and her personality is you. I kept calling her Lisa.

Sarah has your Hebrew name and grandpa's. Her name is Liba Brina for you and grandpa Benjamin

*** Posted by Mom on 2006-04-12 ***

God Bless you.

*** Posted by April Almeida on 2004-09-12 ***

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