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In Tribute to Mary Wahlstrom
78 years old.   Residence: Kaysville, Utah
Passenger of Flight 11

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it has been ten years we have not forgotten
Mary I did not know you personally however your name was on the back of a rose I received at a nine eleveen memorial I took this rose for my church family we have been praying for your family and we would be honored if we could send encouragement in the form of cards and letters to your family as well as the rose we recieved I hope and pray one of your family members recieves this note Rest with God Mary

*** Posted by Joyce Meyer on 2011-09-18 ***

Mary, I never did know you, but I think of you often. I have a little bunny that I made in your honor, in my craft class in 8th grade, shortly after the attacks. Your name was cut from our local newspaper the DesNews and attached so I knew I would never forget. I pull it out every anniversary. You are always remembered, even in the hearts of those who never knew you.

*** Posted by Brittnee on 2011-09-10 ***

Mary Alice was my aunt. She always had such energy and humor. She did not like to fly, and she did not want to go on this trip. My uncle was so dependent upon her for his needs. Some days it seems like last week, not 9+ years. She is now reunited with her husband.

*** Posted by Mary Lynn Wahlstrom on 2010-11-10 ***

I never met you, but you seem like a wonderful person. God bless you.

*** Posted by J.T. on 2010-08-10 ***

Mary Alice was one of the kindest women I have ever met. I loved working with her at LGCC. She always made you feel special, and I remember that the 9/11 tragedy was made so much more personal when I heard that she was involved. Such a tragic day, but I will always think of her on the anniversary.

*** Posted by Laurie John on 2009-09-12 ***

I'm wearing a yellow ribbon today with your name on it, to honor your memory and to remember your family and loved ones in prayer as they grieve your loss again on this fifth anniversary of 9-1-1.

*** Posted by Jan Van Pelt on 2006-09-08 ***

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