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In Tribute to Martin E. McWilliams
35 years old.   Residence: Kings Park, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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~ RIP MARTIN ~ Remembering you and the sacrifice you made on this day eleven years ago. God bless your precious family. Wearing your remembrance bracelet today. Rest in peace sweet hero.

*** Posted by Debrah McWilliams Donner on 2012-09-11 ***

10 years have now passed and we honored your memory with a tribute motorcycle ride in ND. We will not forget!

*** Posted by D Bjerke on 2011-09-15 ***

gone but never forgotten! may lisa and sara be filled with loving memories and smiles of moments remembered they shared with you always. sara was so young when you were taken from them but rest peacefully knowing lisa fills her memory with you and stories of you and her heart with your love. thank-you for all that you did and all that you were Martin its no wonder why your so loved! God Bless you a true hero

i miss you lisa and sara and your always in my prayers
xoxoxoo Marjorie

*** Posted by Marjorie Phillips on 2011-09-11 ***

Still thinking of you and your daughter.You have made me a better person just by meeting you and learning of Martin.He is a hero of mine

*** Posted by john wehrmann on 2011-09-11 ***

I love you

*** Posted by Lisa on 2011-09-08 ***

I love you

*** Posted by lisa on 2011-09-04 ***

I went to High school with you and didnt know until now that you had been in one of the towers-  Rest in Peace Martin- John Lengsfeld

*** Posted by John Lengsfeld on 2011-06-15 ***

Nine years. You will never be forgotten. You are a hero forever.

*** Posted by Nikki on 2010-09-08 ***

I didn't know you, per se, but I knew of you. I also took notice of the change you made in Lisa's life. You were a positive role model for Meaghan and Jamie. You are a true hero, and I will always hold that dear in my heart.

*** Posted by an old friend on 2009-02-27 ***

Happy birthday, Martin. Ruairi and I came over last year. We visited Kings Park. It was kinda unplanned, but I needed to be near things where you and the boys are connected. You look so much like my brother Johny in Boston. We met with Uncle Jimmy Flynn. We visited your ladder and Daniel Flynn memorial park. We think of him a lot, too.

All our love,
Steve and Ruairi and from mum and dad, John and Margo, in Manchester UK

*** Posted by steve tilzey on 2009-01-18 ***

Happy birthday, Martin.

*** Posted by Nikki Weittelsohn on 2009-01-15 ***

Hi M,

Happy Birthday. I think of you often and miss you. I will always love you and thank you for all you did for me and the person you helped me become.

Lovin' you,
Jennifer (L)

*** Posted by Jennifer Griffin-D'Angelo on 2009-01-15 ***

It's the 7-year anniversary of that horrible day that took so many lives and made so many heroes. You are and always will be a hero and will NEVER be forgotten.

*** Posted by Nikki Simon on 2008-09-11 ***

Your birthday is almost here again. Just letting u know that I still remember, and have a great party up there.

*** Posted by Nikki Simon on 2008-01-11 ***

Dear Martin,

After all these years, I finally decided to post a note to you. I remember you all the time, even if we didn't get to know each other as much. Such wasted time. What little I got to know, I really liked. I thank Lisa for that. I am blessed to have been given those short moments of your presence, and I'm glad I have pictures of all of us having a good time. I know you enjoyed your visits, and even though I haven't seen you daughter these past years, I'm sure she is a beautiful human being, made up of both you and Lisa. Your memory will be with me forever. Love to you, dear Martin, and peace and love to you, Lisa.

Miss you,

*** Posted by Suzette (from Chicago, IL) on 2007-09-12 ***

Martin was our next door neighbor on Bruce Lane in Kings Park. He was also my very first babysitting job. I babysat him, Barbara, and the youngest at the time Joe?. He was a "handy man" from the start. He took apart our screen door to fix it:-) when he was about 3 years old. I remember his Uncle Ronnie who also was a firefighter. They were a wonderful family and very good neighbors to The Lenaghens. On this the sixth anniversary of Sept. 11th, I am praying the The Lord's Comfort would surround all those whose hearts still ache. My confidence is in Jesus' Love for you all--He Alone can bring "Beauty out of Ashes" God Bless.

*** Posted by Mary Lenaghen Pack, Ft Worth, TX on 2007-09-11 ***

Hi Martin,

It's me, Jamie. I know we did not know each other that well, but I do think of you quite often, especially when I see Sara. She is doing so good, even though I know you see everything and are protecting my mom and your girls. :-)
Thanks, Martin for making my mom happy and blessing her with such a wonderful and gifted child. I love them so much, and I know if you were still here, you and sara would make those wonderful apple pies together. (I MISS THEM.) Bye for now.

*** Posted by Jamie Perez on 2007-07-22 ***

Hi Martin,

I miss you sooo much and I still can't believe I will never see you again. I wish I would have said things in the past that were never said. But I think of you often and Sara is so beautiful and intelligent. She is so happy and thinks of you all the time. I am doing everything you desired for me to do in the past. I am really successful and I am graduating college in 3 years. I'm going for my masters and I hope you are proud of me. I often wonder what it would be like if you were here. It was such a long time ago but still I cry. It's painful to not have such a wonderful person, a father figure, a math tutor, a teacher, a peace maker, a disciplinary, a hero, a father, a husband, and a friend. You were the greatest and I miss you. I wish we could just say hi one more time. I would tell you I love you in a heart beat. You told me you would see me later and I wish I would have. But I love you. My soul misses your presence and when this life is over for me I will sleep happily knowing that I shared part of my life with a man like you.

*** Posted by Meaghan Perez on 2006-09-21 ***

I love you, missing you

*** Posted by Lisa McWilliams on 2006-03-05 ***

happy Birthday Martin

*** Posted by Nikki Simon on 2006-01-16 ***

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