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In Tribute to Mildred Naiman
81 years old.   Residence: Andover, Mass.
Passenger of Flight 11

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Millie I miss seeing and talking to you and I remember all the good times the four of us had sailing in the Bahamas and the Virgin Islands and our great times in New York City. I love you and miss you. Ruthie Peglow Salem, New Hampshire

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2011-09-12 ***

I can not believe this weekend will mark 10 years you have been gone Grandma. Time seems to fly by but the pain of your loss is still the same. You are missed by your family so much everyday. It hurts to see how much you have missed in the passed 10 years. I know that you would have enjoyed seeing dad with Seth. He is an amazing grandfather Seth loves him so much. I know he would have loved you just as much. I can go on for ever and say how much you have missed but I will just say. I love you and miss you so much more than words can say. May you R.I.P.

*** Posted by Hope Naiman- Kea on 2011-09-09 ***

Your sweet and gentle spirit lives on. God Bless America and God Bless You Millie!

*** Posted by Diane Littlefield on 2011-05-04 ***

I miss you so much, Auntie Millie. I remember all the times you would give me $50 checks for every holiday and the time you bought me my first pair of Irish step-dancing shoes. And I remember the dinner mints you used to have in the bowl. I can't believe it has been nine years since I have seen you! I love you and miss you so much! One day I will see you again. Papa died about two years ago, and I bet you two are looking over me, watching every move I make! (:

*** Posted by Caly Daivis on 2010-11-15 ***

Well grandma it will be 9 years tomorrow that you were taken from us so quickly. I miss all the fun things we did together like shopping and going out for lunch or even just being there for me to talk to. I tell Seth about you all the time. Seth always asks me to pick him up so he can give grandma Millie a kiss before he goes to bed every night. It breaks my heart that you never got to be at my wedding or the birth of you great grandson. I miss you and love you more and more everyday. May you Rest in Peace Grandma.

*** Posted by Hope Naiman-Kea on 2010-09-10 ***

I miss you, Great Auntie Millie. I don't know why you were taken from us. I wish that you were still here with me and our family. I miss you, and I love you with all my heart! :-)

*** Posted by Caly Davis on 2008-09-11 ***

Mille was my father's (Gilbert Madden) cousin. I met her several times as I was growing up when she came to California to visit her son Russell. I also had the chance to spend a little time with her in Mass when I visited my sister who lived there for a while. These visits were all many years ago. In 2001 I was looking forward to the possibility of seeing her again, both her and my Aunt Terry, who was also going to be traveling west from Florida-there were some potential plans floating out there about making a trip to meet up with them in Las Vegas. My Dad was elderly and I believe he was hoping to see them before he died, which was about 3 years later. He had been an alcoholic for many years and had experienced some rough history with that set of family members and he was looking forward to a good visit. His drinking days were 20 yrs behind him and toward the end of his life he was spending time mending fences. He asked my husband and I to take him there if things panned out. I was horrified when I heard the news. I remember her sweet and funny ways, her husband Otto... and her love of dogs... she used to show me pictures of her Rhodesian Ridgebacks. I pray that her memory will not be used for retaliation and more killing. We can bomb the world into pieces, but we cannot bomb the world into peace.

*** Posted by Marta Kochenower on 2006-09-08 ***

For some reason today something told me to go onto the computer today and read everything I could find online about my Aunt Millie who died on flight 11. I wanted to thank all of the American People who have been so supportive of all of the families that had lives lost on September 11 2001. I read on one site a woman that was inspired by my aunt and named her new bird Millie Naiman. My sister had her first child in Dec 2005 and named her Millie. May the name go on. On one site I read about her having a lead foot and getting pulled over, she was upset that a police officer gave an old lady a speeding ticket. I actually forgot about her lead foot and now I know where I get it. She was so full of life and nothing could make her stop. Her husband died and she kept on going. She traveled to California twice a year and she was the organizer at her elderly complex of planning shopping excursions, going out to eat etc. Boy I hope I will be like this when I am older. May she rest in peace
I feel her everyday here with me and my children.

*** Posted by Mildred Rose Naiman on 2006-05-14 ***

She was my Aunt's Mother in law and a wonderful woman who was on her way see visit her family, My aunt... God Bless her soul!

*** Posted by Marcelle Lige on 2006-04-29 ***


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