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In Tribute to Rosa Maria Chapa
64 years old.   Residence: Springfield, Va.
Died in Pentagon

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To the Chapa family, I want to tell you how sorry I was to find out what had happened to Rosemary. I worked with her at the Pentagon and very much enjoyed knowing her. Last night I found her business card in some things I was going through, and it was a sharp reminder of all that your family and her friends lost that day, along with all other Americans who lost loved ones. Her love for you all was always so very evident as she spoke of you, and I know you will never stop missing her. The world was a better place for her having been in it. Thanks to those who provided this site that I might share my feelings.

*** Posted by Susan on 2012-04-05 ***

Rosemary worked with us: She was on the Joint Staff, and we were in OSD, prior to her going to DIA. She always visited our office to ask about our kids and families. She always invited us to her office parties and included us in everything that she could. We worked together, but we were friends first. She exuded love to all of those around her. After all of these years, she has always come to mind, always, with her smiles and words of encouragement that are remembered well. She challenged us, but in a positive and constructive way. Rosemary was so very, very proud of her family, and I remember the way her eyes lit up when she spoke of you all. Rosemary was my friend, and she will never be forgotten. And today in particular, she is on my mind quite a bit.

*** Posted by James on 2011-05-02 ***

After nine years to the day, I still miss my mom, even though a lot of time has passed. It was not fair for a small group of men, who believed that killing 3000 men, woman, and children would send fear through our country. They failed in their quest to weaken our country and our way of life. My mom never got to see and enjoy life, her friends, her children, and her grandchildren. It is my hope that one day the world will find peace and hope, too, that all will live on this earth without fear and without prejudice.

*** Posted by John Chapa on 2010-09-12 ***

Rest in peace, Rosa.

*** Posted by Mike Pullano on 2008-05-05 ***

Rosemary, I'm holding you close in thought and prayer on this very sad day! Rest in peace, my friend. You were a wonderful co-worker.

*** Posted by Bess Narvaez on 2007-09-11 ***

Rest in Peace Tia..say hi to grandpa :-)

*** Posted by Brenda Faz on 2006-08-21 ***

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