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In Tribute to Todd Beamer
32 years old.   Residence: Cranbury, N.J.
Passenger of Flight 193

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Thank you, Todd, for saving our country! I now have two beautiful baby girls and three wonderful step-children, thanks to the heroes that day. You will never be forgotten!

~Angelique~

*** Posted by Angelique Remington on 2007-09-11 ***

God bless you all, and remember Mr. Todd Beamer today and every day, for he is a brave man.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2007-09-11 ***

Rest in peace.

*** Posted by LewP on 2007-09-11 ***

Shalom, Todd. You will always be remembered.

*** Posted by Carla on 2007-09-11 ***

To the Beamer family,

Where do I begin? Being in the military, I have seen many extraordinary people, but your husband, father, brother, and friend is above all an American hero in my book. May he always be remembered for what he was ... a HERO. May God bless you all.

*** Posted by Beth Sherman on 2007-09-11 ***

My family and I will always remember Todd Beamer. The bravery he showed that day will never be forgotten. He will go down in history as a great American.

God bless Todd Beamer!

"Let's Roll"

*** Posted by Rachel Merritt on 2007-09-11 ***

You're still in our thoughts as the sixth anniversary approaches. Thank you!

*** Posted by Sandy Lewis on 2007-09-10 ***

To you, Tod Beamer, our HERO, our angel on earth on a day of disaster. Once again I watched the movie "Flight 93," and I congratulate Americans like you who understood your own courage and had the heart to take back your airplane and save our country with your life. Your family raised a fine young man.

— Beverly

*** Posted by Beverly Denruiter on 2007-09-04 ***

God bless you, Todd Beamer! In October of 2003 I was attending a Bridge Inspection School in Pittsburg, PA and I went to the site of the crash of Flight 93. I was completely overwhelmed. I could not leave. I sat for hours with tears streaming down my face. "Let's Roll" will echo throughout this land as long as this land exists. You are my hero, as are your fellow passengers who saved countless lives that horrible day while giving up your own. Rest in Peace, Todd.

— Larry Cook

*** Posted by Larry Cook on 2007-07-05 ***

If I can grow up to be half the man Mr Beamer is, I would be truly happy. He is a hero in my eyes and should be in everyone else's also. I am proud of this man, and I hope his family and everyone associated with this hero are proud of him. R.I.P., and thank you so much for doing what you did. My prayers are with his family and friends.

*** Posted by James Mislang on 2007-05-27 ***

I came across this web-site and was deeply touched. Healing takes so much time. Todd had a heart that knew no fear. I praise God for that heart.

Blessings always,
Texas

*** Posted by E. T. "Texas" Garcia III on 2007-04-18 ***

A true hero to the United States of America....

*** Posted by Lisa Hernandez on 2007-04-03 ***

Tu eres unico y especial. Espero que te encuentres con Dios y nos veremos algun dia. No te conozco pero cuando vi la pelicula del Flight 93 me dio pena y llore por ustedes. Tambien espero que te encuentres bien.

Att. Itchy

[Ed. - You're unique and special. I hope that you're with God and that we'll see each other someday. I don't know you,  but when I saw the film "Flight 93," it made me sad, and I cried for all of you. I also hope that you are well.]

*** Posted by Itzamar N. on 2007-02-21 ***

Repose en paix.

*** Posted by Mike on 2007-02-04 ***

To Mrs Beamer and family,

I recently watched the movie about Flight 93. Your husband is a true American hero, equal to our solders fighting for our country. Your husband gave the ultimate sacrifice so that others might live. Men with his bravery are few and far between.

Your husband changed the meaning of the term, "Let's Roll." Every time I hear that phrase, I think of him and what he and the rest of the passengers did for our country.

"Thank you" just cannot begin to show how I feel about this. As we approach another holiday season, may your family find peace.

God Bless,
Robert J. Miller

*** Posted by Robert J. Miller on 2006-12-19 ***

If you have not already been, then you definitely deserve to be posthumously awarded the United States Congressional Medal of Honor — my nation's highest award for valor. By rallying your fellow passengers aboard Flight 193 that day to combat those hijackers, you saved the White House. By saving the White House, you saved the president. By saving the White House and the president, you prevented the highest seat of government in the national capital of Washington D.C. from being destroyed, which would have thrown the nation into total chaos and possibly anarchy as we struggled to get our government running again to return order....

Mr. Beamer, you have my deepest gratitude for your heroic act. You will forever be remembered in the textbooks of American history and also in the hearts and minds of all patriotic Americans who value our freedoms and our way of life. You saved our nation from a horrifying fate, and you are therefore my hero; you are my hero now and forever.

— Cadet Airman First Class B. Taylor, AFJROTC

*** Posted by B. Taylor on 2006-12-11 ***

I just wanted to say from here in Nottingham, England, I wish I could have helped you and the others fight those cowards. Our two countries have been friends for many years. Here in Nottingham we have a saying for when someone has backbone and fights for what they think is right. We say to that person, "You'll do for me." So, Todd, from here in England and the UK, I can just say, "You'll do for me," God bless you, and may our two countries always stand shoulder to shoulder.

*** Posted by steve on 2006-11-23 ***

God bless Todd Beamer. It's people like him and the others on Flight 93 that make me so proud of my fellow Americans. I will never forget what they did for all of us that day. They are truly American heroes.

*** Posted by Teresa Buckles on 2006-11-01 ***

That's an amazing thing that you all did for our country. I only wish that I had met you before that day. You're an inspiration to me. You are missed and thought about. Thank you, Todd!

*** Posted by nikki on 2006-10-11 ***

You will always be remembered.

*** Posted by Alicia Alvarez on 2006-10-10 ***


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