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In Tribute to Mary Lou Hague
26 years old.   Residence: New York, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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The world lost a wonderful person, and heaven gained an angel on 9/11/2001. It was truly an honor to have been in the PHS class of 1992 with Mary Lou Hague. 

EP

*** Posted by Eric G. Poole on 2008-09-27 ***

Mary Lou,

I think of you so very often throughout the year; however, I find myself drawn to search for every memorial I can find on this day of remembrance, so that I can let you and everyone else know how much you still mean to me. You were such an amazing person when we were young, and I knew that you had nothing but great things in your future. I keeping thinking that this day (9/11) will get a little easier to cope with as the years pass on; however, itís obvious from the emotions that I continue to have, that my feelings for you are and will always be something truly special. I miss you, Mary Lou!

*** Posted by D. Brown on 2008-09-11 ***

I miss you everyday, LOUGER! TWIZZLERS all around (while listening to Karma Khameleon!) Amos.

*** Posted by Amy Fennebresque Burleson on 2008-09-11 ***

It has been 7 years, babygirl. 7 long years. You're still missed. Watch over me. I'll meet you at the gates.
gone but never forgotten

*** Posted by markie on 2008-09-11 ***

Mary Lou, I think of you often throughout the year; however, I find myself drawn to search for every memorial I can find on this day of remembrance--so that I can let you and everyone else know how much you still mean to me.

*** Posted by D. Brown on 2008-09-11 ***

I dated Mary Lou for several months at UNC. She was one of the sweetest people you could ever meet. I had lost my father just several months prior to meeting her under tragic circumstances. She helped me through quite a rough time. After college, I lost touch with her. When I heard she had been killed in 9/11, I was very saddened and later angry. How could someone so beautiful and smart be taken away from us by people who hate so deeply? I fly over NYC a lot, and every time I look down on the WTC site, I think of her.

I want her family to know that she will never be forgotten. I will remember her today on the 7th anniversary of 9/11, as I will remember her on every anniversary. We dated for a relatively short period, and she helped me through a difficult period of loss. I hurt for her family in that as much she helped me through a rough time, her family is the one who now feels her loss. Her legacy to me is one of compassion and beauty.

*** Posted by Brad Shearin on 2008-09-11 ***

I never knew Mary, but I bet she was a very nice person.

*** Posted by andre woods on 2008-09-05 ***

My mommy was Mary Lou's best friend from junior high and high school.... I loved her very much. She was at my and my brothers' births. My mommy loved her dearly! They spent a lot of time together, and my mom cries on September 11 every year and prays, and this year we are going to her grave to talk to her! I love her!

Kenzie

*** Posted by kenzie hapney on 2008-08-29 ***

A true angel. I went to a football game (Parkersburg High School, Lou's Alma) a few weeks ago and caught myself looking over at the annex, which was named in her honor. I think of her often, and I know God chose a great one. Love ya, Lou.

*** Posted by Shannon Sawin on 2007-10-05 ***

Mary Lou and I were pretty good friends back in high school. What happened to her is still devastating to this day. I really do miss you, Mary Lou, and will definitely love you forever. I can't believe it's been 6 years since she's been gone. To anyone who knows Mary Lou, she will always be alive inside of each and every one of us. She was just so great to just be around. I miss those days, and I will always and forever remember her.

*** Posted by Mark Perry on 2007-09-11 ***

After all of these years, the memories of Mary Lou still shine brightly....

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

You have touched so many hearts. I pray for you and your colleagues who lost so much September 11th. I pray that your family, friends, and those that you touched have found healing faith in this tragic circumstance. You are in our thoughts. May God watch over you and your family.

*** Posted by Sue on 2007-09-10 ***

Although we were not close friends in high school, I always enjoyed Mary Lou. I always remember her being friendly with most everyone, even if we were from different "crowds". When she was running for class president she handed out "smartie candy" to everyone. She was always cute like that. I was at work when we heard about the 1st plane, and I immediately thought about Mary Lou, as I knew she worked there and was hoping she was safe. I called my mom in Parkersburg, and asked her to keep me informed if she found out any information. It was from this tragedy that I became more aware of world events, and I think of Mary Lou often and think how tragic for someone so beautiful inside and out and who had such a life to live was taken so young. I wish her family well, and hope it comforts them to know she is not forgotten.

*** Posted by Amy Barker on 2007-09-09 ***

I am so sorry for your loss. I was on the dance team with Mary-Lou in high school. We stood next to each other in the kick line. I can honestly say that she was one of the sweetest, most genuine people I know. I miss her smile.

*** Posted by Staci (Harouff) Arata on 2007-09-01 ***

Although I live in England, finding Mary Lou's name with such a familar surname made me stop for a moment. Such a beautiful young lady. Time has passed, but memories stay forever. I send my love to all of Mary Lou's family and friends. May they grow stronger each day.

*** Posted by Christine Hague on 2007-08-17 ***

We were living in Parkersburg the day the towers fell. All I could think of was that I had been in the towers numerous times while living in Vt. Although I never met Mary Lou I felt a kinship with her having spent so much time in the towers. I am saddened by your loss and pray that each passing day gives you sweet memories and less pain.

*** Posted by diane carroll on 2007-04-04 ***

Im a Parkersburg Catholic graduate and pray for Mary Lou's family.... God Bless

*** Posted by Travis Jones on 2006-09-11 ***

I met Mary Lou for the first time in July 2001 at a KBW conference in New York. I wss amazed by her intelligence, poise and beauty. She was so full of life...but complimented me on "having it all". I think of her often and what a tragedy it is that her life was cut so short. She truly deserved it all.

*** Posted by Beth Eckel on 2006-09-11 ***

My thoughts and prayers go out to the family, sorry for the loss in the family and the other victims.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2006-09-11 ***

Our thought's and prayer's will go out to all of the victim's that were killed in the attacks even though I never knew them.

*** Posted by Jesseca Ingmire on 2006-09-11 ***


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