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In Tribute to Susan A. MacKay
44 years old.   Residence: Westford, Mass.
Passenger of Flight 11

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I did not know Susan. But I joined the TJX family the following year. I cannot express the impact that learning that this company had lost 7 precious people had on me. I wept when I viewed the Memorial garden for the first time. So much to give...such a loss to our world. But God works in mysterious ways and His will be done. Susan, you suffered a great deal...I hope that love and peace surround you.

*** Posted by Meri Briggs on 2012-08-23 ***

Susan was a co-worker of my wife when she worked at Marshalls home office @ Brickstone Square in Andover, Mass. We were both shocked and saddened to find out she was a victim of this horrible tragedy! Even though it has been ten years, our hearts go out to her family and friends. She is still missed

*** Posted by Brian & Heather Carroll on 2011-09-18 ***

Today with honor and love we pay tribute to our friend and neighbor in Westford Massachusetts, Susan Mackay who perished on 9/11/01 on flight 11 from Boston. You are missed and loved by all who knew you. Rest peacefully, love and prayers, Cindy and Norman Levesque.

*** Posted by Cindy and Norman Levesque on 2011-09-11 ***

I worked with Sue at Marshalls in Andover,Ma. A person with great style and grace were just a few of the attributes I recall. One could not notice how well she did her job. She was respected and admired by everyone she worked with. I hope her family knows that she touched all who knew her in a very positive way. She will always be fondly remembered as a person that set a wonderful example to working women. May God bless her and her family as life will always be missing a bright star here on earth.

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

i miss susan

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2011-08-25 ***

You are still in our hearts.

*** Posted by Jennifer on 2011-05-05 ***

Thinking of Susan as I do often and every year at this time, I am so glad I found this site. I have wondered so many times how Susan's family and friends have made it thru this tragic event. It seems that you have honored her memory in a way she would be proud of. I worked at Marshalls, and Susan always took time to come by my desk with a big smile and a comical story.... I know she is watching over all of you.... We love you, Susan....

*** Posted by Nancy Scioletti Cammett on 2010-09-12 ***

I thought of Susan Watching the recent tributes on TV this week, the anniversary of the the attacks of September 11th. Many years ago we worked at Marshall's together. I later moved to Westford where I would run into her at our kids soccer games on Saturdays. She was always smiling and laughing. We attended the same church and my wife taught her kids in religious education. Many of my old co-workers still worked for Marshall's now TJX. On the night of the attacks I'd try to contact her at home, never suspecting that she might be involved. I went to her funeral service and sometimes stop by the memorial outside of our church in her honor. I always think about her this time of year and I pray for her family. She is greatly missed in our community.

*** Posted by Rick Garvey on 2010-09-12 ***

Susan was a wonderful person and should be remembered. I am thankful that there is a place for her memories to lie forevermore. My face is wet with tears, but this website helps to dry them. I loved Susan like a sister.

*** Posted by Tabby on 2009-10-31 ***

Just looked this up, and having the same name (almost) I accidentally found this site. I lost my mother just before 9-11 and remember feeling the many hearts drop who had lost mothers, daughters, cousins, friends, sisters, fathers, and so on. I just want to thank you all for your commitment to this site and to remembering your loved ones. That was an awful day in all of our American lives, and I thank each of you for making this memorial.

*** Posted by Suzan Mackay on 2008-11-21 ***

Seven years ... and the pain is still there. Susan, you didn't deserve to leave us that way.

*** Posted by joanne on 2008-09-13 ***

In a few days it will be time to say, 'Happy Birthday,' to my friend....

*** Posted by jo on 2008-08-29 ***

Susan is my cousin. She was an amazing person who will always live on in my life. I look up to heaven many times during the day and say, "Susan, I need your help here." She is still a big part of my life and my family's lives. Susan was a beautiful person on the inside and outside. She brought so much life into our world. Susan is in a better place, but we are still sad after all these years.


*** Posted by Nancy Costello on 2007-09-30 ***

Susan is my cousin. We all miss her very much but she will never be forgotten. Her mom (Aunt Sue) had a mass this past Sunday celebrating her 50th birthday. Fr. Joe White (Our cousin who loved Susan very much) said the mass at his church in South Boston. The church was packed! Aunt Sue greeted us all at the front door thanking everyone for attending. To be honest, we would not miss being a part of celebrating Susan's life. She was always someone my brother, 2 sisters and I looked up to and we miss her very much. God Bless Doug, Lauren, Matthew, Sue, Mac, Tommy, Paul, Carolyn, Maureen, Sean, Betsy, and friends and families that share our tremendous loss.

*** Posted by Marybeth Mahoney on 2007-09-11 ***

On this the fifth anniversary of 9/11, my thoughts go to the one person I knew that was taken from us on that day on flight 11. Susan was my merchandise cordinator at Marshalls in Andover, MA. She always had a smile for everyone and I will always remember the photos of her children behind her desk. I think of her often when I fly for my current job. I pray for her family amd in her memory!

*** Posted by Susan Belt on 2006-09-11 ***

Susan was one of my bridesmaids twenty five years ago. Boy was she full of fun! Trips to Cape Cod and the Bahamas were full of laughter and just great times with wonderful memories. Her sense of style was one to envy and she made sure that it was passed onto everyone of her friends. She lived for her children and family. The gap created by her absence can never be filled.

*** Posted by Joanne on 2006-09-03 ***

I know one of her kids and their a great family. She is missed very much ive never met her but i miss her. god bless

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2006-05-20 ***

It is unfair to her family that she was taken away so suddenly and unexpectedly.  Its not right that she wasn't able to see her two beautiful children grow up and be successful.  My heart goes out to her loving husband and her two wondeful children.  Susan was a woman with a lot of life in her and she made people happy just being around her.  I know that she is always with them in their hearts and that she is watching out for them.

*** Posted by Mark Beaver on 2006-01-31 ***

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