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In Tribute to Timothy Ward
38 years old.   Residence: San Diego, Calif.
Passenger of Flight 175

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Thinking of Tim today, nine years later. He played basketball for my dad in high school. Tim always treated me like a little sister, and the rest of the team did as well. May we never forget what happened that day. God bless.

*** Posted by Collette Barragan on 2010-09-11 ***

Where do I start? I met Tim when I was a newbie @ Rubio's.. had no idea of how special he was to the "family" not just a company. Kind, reliable, patient, smart, everything sounds old school. He is all of the above. He made everyone around him better. Many times, good day or bad, especially if I still need the best IT guy, I call out. He is here with us still. Always, Tim, Cynthia

*** Posted by Cynthia Mayle-Shafer on 2010-09-11 ***

Remembering you today, Tim, and what a great man we lost. Gone, but never forgotten.

*** Posted by Tracy Samels-Cristallo on 2010-09-11 ***

Remembering and thinking of Tim today. He was always a fun, caring team-mate at Rubio's! I still remember the time he made creme brulee for everyone in the office kitchen. What a great cook he was! My husband and I are currently stationed overseas for military service, and we will be walking for Tim Ward in a 9/11 remembrance tribute on Naval Station Guam. Here's to Tim! We'll never forget....

*** Posted by Aime Wing-Lykins on 2010-08-31 ***

Thinking of you today, Tim....

*** Posted by Bruce C on 2010-08-23 ***

Tim always set me at ease when I worked with him at Rubio's.
I always remember this day and wish his family well.
He was a great guy.

*** Posted by Theresa Colunga on 2009-09-11 ***

I am so sad... I don't even know anyone who died on 911... it's so sad... my homework is to write a letter 2 tell 911 victims.... changes since then and what we would say and stuff like that... and it is so sad... Tim enjoy life in heaven your family is waiting for there time.... enjoy life... I love u Mr. Timothy... I have heard many stories about people in my class whose relative almost died in the twin towers in my class... R.I.P. all 911 victims..... I have so much to say..........

*** Posted by someone who does not know him on 2009-09-11 ***

Tim will never be forgotten. He is remembered by so many daily, but today even more. I pray his family finds comfort in one another today and every day until they are united with Tim again.

*** Posted by Tracy Samuels-Cristallo on 2009-09-11 ***

I was a basketball teammate from High school. I was the youngest on our championship team but only got to play one year with him. He treated me as if he knew me for years. There will always be a brotherhood. Thanks Tim for your kindness and Friendship.

*** Posted by Mike Ward on 2009-09-11 ***

Thinking of you buddy... We've had fresh flowers and your memorial plaque up all week, in remembrance. So many good memories from the time we spent together - I am lucky to have them especially in these moments of reflection.

Missing you...

*** Posted by Jason Murillo on 2009-09-11 ***

Tim was a classmate in high school.  He was warm, friendly, and so much fun to be around.  I am so sorry for your loss.  May the memories we share provide some comfort.  Tim will be missed, but we will see each other again.  He will never be forgotten.

*** Posted by Nancy Hughes Donnelly on 2009-09-11 ***

Just to let Susie know that we do not forget.

*** Posted by Rosemary Baldock-Ward on 2009-09-11 ***

I really miss you, Timmy. I can still remember playing football while the folks watched football. I want you to know I always was, and always will be, proud to call you my cousin. Perhaps in a weird way, this was a blessing, as the world has become a very cold place to habitate. Rest well, cuz, to know your memory lives on forever in all our hearts.

*** Posted by Tom Pearson on 2008-10-25 ***

To Tim's family and friends,

All good people are and are never forgotten; TW was a good person.
Miss you Tim.

OC Rob Nuņez

*** Posted by Rob Nuņez on 2008-09-11 ***

Another year has passed but we haven't forgotten how much we cared for Tim. Both Michele and I send our condolences to his family and friends and to all who lost loved ones on that day. We will never forget the good that he brought to the our lives and the lives of everyone that new him. We miss you Tim but we carry your joy for life deep our hearts.

*** Posted by Chris Hintz on 2008-09-11 ***

I knew Tim in college. He was one of the kindest people I know.

Tim, if you're watching from above, I'm thinking of you today, on the seventh anniversary of 9/11. I remember your happy face and your love for Tom Petty every time I go to Rubio's. Jorge made a CD of songs to remember you by back in 2001, and whenever I listen to it I'm reminded of all those fun times our gang had at SDSU.

*** Posted by dgm on 2008-09-11 ***

I never met Tim. I did, however, talk with people that knew him. You see, after 9-11 I received a great number of calls from people who knew him. These calls varied in content, but one constant with each and every call was the fact that this person had touched so many lives. Every person that called only had positive and wonderful things to say about him. I know that I am thankful and blessed to have lived on 9-11; however, I can only wish and pray that, when I do pass, I will have touched as many lives that Tim did. To Tim's family, I send you all a heartfelt hug. I wish all who did know Tim, to keep his memory alive and to never forget those whom we all lost on September 11.

*** Posted by Timothy Preston Ward on 2007-12-23 ***

I just typed my name into Google to see what it had. It just so happened that this showed up. My deepest thoughts are with you and your family. You are an angel in heaven.

*** Posted by Timothy David Ward on 2007-10-24 ***

i sincerely pray for you. we have suffered such a great loss. you will be missed.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2007-09-12 ***

I worked with Tim Ward, and I could not believe what happened. I myself just left the day before to come back to California from Boston, and I've kept a ribbon in my car to keep his memory alive.

*** Posted by theresa colunga on 2007-09-11 ***

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