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In Tribute to Robert George LeBlanc
70 years old.   Residence: Lee, N.H.
Passenger of Flight 175

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I used to go to the UNH outdoor pool often in the 60's and 70's and Mr. LeBlanc was often there. Usually he was accompanied by his son Jon who was one of my friends and classmates and we would often play together there at the pool. Those are happy and still quite clear memories for me.

It was a somber thing to learn of his passing in such a tragic way on September 11th. While that was a terrible day, the events of that day seemed to work to unite the country. We supported and watched out for one another. We were all a little more concerned about one another's well being and emotional status. The memory of that day and the ensuing many days sticks out in my mind as a time that we all came together, we all relied on our faith a little more, and we all helped to bear one another's burdens. I hope that Robert George LeBlanc's death on September 11th can be looked at not so much as the heartbreaking result of a ruthless act, but as a death that helped to make us all better people, to make friends out of strangers, to stir up the best of what's within each one of us, and that helped draw families closer together. What a priceless gift.

*** Posted by John B. Ayer on 2009-09-09 ***


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