9-11 Heroes

Leave your memorial thoughts for Maj. Dwayne Williams

In Memory of Maj. Dwayne Williams

Submit Your
9-11 Memorial:

 * For WTC victims

 * For victims at
    Pentagon & flights

 * Leave generic
    9-11 memorials

 * Read most recent

 * Nominate a hero

Songs and poems:

 * America's Heroes

 * 9-11 songs

 * Poems and pictures

 * 9-11 Poems page 2

 * 9-11 Poems page 3

 * Your Poems 1   2
      3   4   5

 * Donate to 9-11Heroes.us

About kids:

 * TV news & violence

 * Children & war

 * Art helps kids cope

 * Asbestos exposure
    at Ground Zero

Fly Your Own American Flag:

 * 9-11 Resources

 * Link to us

VA Home Loan Rates

Each time someone visits this page, a flower is added to the bottom as a small sign that someone remembers this person and wants to honor and appreciate their memory.

Add your memorial thoughts (bottom of this page)


In Tribute to Maj. Dwayne Williams
40 years old.   Residence: Jacksonville, Alabama
Died in Pentagon

NOTE:  The visitor remarks and comments below are NOT NECESSARILY the feelings or beliefs of this website's webmaster or sponsors.

9 Total Comments
Page:  1 of 1

Dwayne is the son of my sister and brother-in-law, Pearl K. Williams and Horace Williams. Our entire family shares in the pain that Pearl, Horace, and all of his relatives are still feeling from his tragic death. I pray that God will ease some of the stress that his family are still feeling. I also pray for all the people who lost a family member or friend on 9/11.

*** Posted by Gloria Ann Kimble on 2010-11-08 ***

Just wanted to say thank you for Major Williams serving the country. I never got to meet him, but Major Williams was part of my family (he married my cousin).

*** Posted by Tisha P. Meredith on 2010-09-11 ***

You are still missed

*** Posted by Law Family on 2007-09-11 ***

Bless our cousin's soul, the entire family and all Americans serving this country. God bless America.

*** Posted by Marge Levell on 2006-09-12 ***

Five years later and I'm still having a hard time dealing with the fact that we lost someone we knew to something so horrible. God Bless your entire family.

*** Posted by Donna on 2006-09-12 ***

I have been honored to to a 5th Anniversary Tribute to you for the 2996 project. Learning about you has been a blessing in my life, and I have learned so much about the goodness that you left behind in the multitude of lives you touched so deeply. I am a better person for knowing about you. gazingattheflag.blogspot.com

*** Posted by Cynthia on 2006-08-22 ***

You were always a good family friend and a strong role model for myself and your son.  I know that you are in Heaven now serving the Lord... thank you for your service to our country.  You are and always will be missed.  God bless you and God bless America.

*** Posted by 2dLt Jason Constantine on 2006-01-07 ***

MAJ Williams,
I appreciate everything you have ever done for me.  You took care of me when we went to the field and you knew I had just recovered the year before from a broken neck.  But you laughed at me when we had a simulated gas attack and I ran into a telephone pole with my eyes clothes.  I miss your guidance and your humor.  Thank you!

*** Posted by MAJ McGinnis on 2005-09-09 ***

We miss you...

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2003-12-21 ***

9 Total Comments

Page:  1 of 1



Post your memorial thoughts:

Share your feelings and memories of grief and sadness concerning the 9-11-2001 attack, or of positive memories.  If you knew this person, help us to build a small 'bio' of the person and share with us something about his/her life:

  • what kind of person he/she was, 
  • what nice points you remember about him/her, 
  • what kind of relationship you had with him/her, 
  • what you two perhaps did together, 
  • what he/she meant to you, 
  • or other things about him/her might be especially encouraging for other people.

This web site is intended solely as a means of allowing all of us to express our grief and sympathy in behalf of the people who lost their lives, and also our love and compassion towards those who lost loved ones and friends in the 9/11/01 tragedy. The site is strictly for memorial mentions of those who passed away in the tragedy, not of other people who have passed away.

Our hearts are very touched with concern in behalf of those people, and it is to them that we dedicate this web site. It is not our intent to venture into the realms of WHO should face judgement, to take responsibility for those terrible events, because we have no way of knowing for sure who all might fall into that category. Therefore, any letters or notes written passing judgment upon any person or group will not be published on this site. We do NOT want this site to be a base for expressions of hatred, but only for expressions of LOVE!

9-11Heroes.us is a personal effort, not a business, nor is the site dedicated to any specific person or persons. We will not post negative comments. Moreover, 9-11Heroes.us reserves the right to choose which comments to post and also to edit the comments for spelling, punctuation, grammar, or edit comments that are unkind or offensive in some manner. We are maintaining this site with our own money and time. We try to keep the advertisements to a minimum and we try to make them as unobtrusive as possible. The revenue goes back to maintaining this site.

Thank you for your understanding in these matters.

Your Name:

E-mail: (optional, but needed if you want us to contact you)
(this will not be displayed with the comments)






Maj. Dwayne Williams's page has been visited 4,158 times.

 Medium Flower  = 100 visits
 Small Flower  = 1 visit

© 2003-2011 www.9-11heroes.us  All rights reserved.
Link to 9-11 Heroes      9-11 resource websites      Contact      About us     Privacy Policy

Error. Page cannot be displayed. Please contact your service provider for more details. (11)