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In Tribute to Zoe Falkenberg
8 years old.   Residence: University Park, Md.
Passenger of Flight 77

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I live my life for you, Zoe, and Zoe C does, too. Don't worry, we're pretty good at looking out for each other now that you're not here keeping us in check. But really, you'll always be in our heads, making us the people we are. Look below my comment; that's pretty impressive: You lived only eight years, nine months, and three days, but look how many people's lives that you are still touching. By the way, I clear out our hand prints every time that I walk by. Oh, and there is a young family living in your house. The little kids know about you and Dana, and they wish they could have known you. I wish they could, too.

*** Posted by Katie on 2011-04-14 ***

Zoe,

Every time I think about what happened to you, it makes me think of how unfair life is. If it had not been for those vile terrorists, you would be enjoying your senior year of high school now. Dana would be looking forward to becoming a teenager in a few months. It's such a tragedy that hate reaches out to touch even the most innocent of us all. All of you Falkenbergs looked like such a beautiful family, and I'm sorry you had to be taken so soon. But God must have thought you were too beautiful for this earth and decided to bring you to him. I pray that you and your parents and little sister are safe with him and happier than ever!

*** Posted by Hannah on 2011-04-13 ***

I'm thinking of Zoe along with Samantha Smith and Christina Taylor Green this evening, three lost little girls who might have been the leaders of our future. May we live up to what they imagined us to be, and may we make all our children proud.

*** Posted by Kerry Mueller on 2011-01-13 ***

Hey, Zef,

I miss you every day. I always think about where you'd be for college now, how big Dana would be, how we'd catch up during breaks and talk about our new lives. I know that where you are, you're safe. I love you so much. Be strong for me.

*** Posted by Molly Dunn on 2010-12-29 ***

Zoe,

You sound like you were a kind, sweet little girl. I was on the east coast when it happened. I was 5. We had to drive all the way back to my home in California. It is so sad when a young person passes away, especially one who has barely yet begun to live.

MISS YOU!
Janelle Moore, 14

*** Posted by Janelle on 2010-12-13 ***

Zoe,

I'm researching about the people who died on 9/11 for my English class at school, and I came across you. I can't believe you got your life taken away from you before it had hardly started. You seemed like a fantastic little girl, and I hope you're enjoying yourself in heaven. Sleep tight. x

*** Posted by Becca on 2010-11-14 ***

Zoe,

You would've been 18 years old today. You didn't deserve to die so young. You would've accomplished so many things and been so successful. We all love and miss you, Zoe, and we wish you were still here with us. Happy 18th birthday, Zoe.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2010-11-08 ***

Zoe,

I miss you. I don't keep track of how many times I've cried about it.
I still do, and it's been nine years already. You were 8, and I was 7. We were on the gymnastics team together. You always put a smile on my face. I remember running around in warm-ups with you during gymnastics. When I made level 4 team, you introduced yourself to me and made me feel welcome.

Zoe, those are my memories of you. I didn't remember your last name. For the last few years, I've spent hours trying to find you. And now I finally have.

I will never forget you, Zoe Falkenberg.

*** Posted by a loving friend on 2010-10-04 ***

I was four when this happened, so I actually didn't know a thing about what was happening! But as long as I've been growing up, I've heard about what happened that Tuesday morning of 9-11-01 ... surely one of the most terrible days to remember. I visited this web page months ago, and then your name appeared. After seeing how young you were, I felt so, so bad. Sometimes, when I think of all of you who sadly died that day ... I just wish that those things just wouldn't have happened. I'm 13 now ... and you should be 18. And it's really sad 'cause you could have done so many things in your beautiful life! Sometimes I think about you, and I wish you all would be alive right now ... but then I remember that you're in the most perfect place you could have ever been in ... HEAVEN. May God bless all of you! You'll always be in our hearts and our prayers. :-)

*** Posted by Michelle R. on 2010-09-14 ***

Wow. I can't believe that you died on flight 77. I really wish I had known you. From reading all these comments, I think we would have gotten along great! :-)

*** Posted by Annabelle on 2010-09-13 ***

I visited your memorial this summer. I sat and thought for very long about what I remembered from that day. You were born the same year as me. That was something that made me extremely self-aware. I know now why I should never take anything for granted. It pains me to know that we could both be in high school right now. I can't wait to see you in heaven though I never met you. I will always remember sitting and thinking about you. You changed my life.

*** Posted by Corey T-Cedarleaf on 2010-09-10 ***

Each and every day, I think of you and your sister, mother and father, Zoe. Your dear Grandma and Grandad have created a place for you in my heart - their compassion, commitment to peace, and deep and abiding love for you all have deeply influenced my life and determination to work for and stand on the side of love. Your life continues to have meaning.

*** Posted by Shelley Jackson Denham on 2010-09-10 ***

"Taps for Zoe"
...and then he played "Taps."

*** Posted by sarah on 2010-09-06 ***

I was eight years old when 9/11 happened! I remember seeing it happen, and I didn't understand! My heart aches at the lives lost on that day! And when I hear of your lost life my heart hurts more! May you rest in peace, and may you fly through the clouds like the little angel you are! R.I.P., sweetheart!

*** Posted by Casie on 2010-08-26 ***

R.I.P., little Zoe. You did not deserve to die so young. You will always be remembered. And the great things you would've achieved!

*** Posted by Sarah on 2010-07-04 ***

Zoe,

I miss you. I haven't danced for two years, but I do it sometimes. I know it's been a while, I'll always remember our ballet days and changing our names, and more. Life has been and is different without you. Anyway, I do wish you were here. <3 Thank you for being there for me.

Chloe

*** Posted by Chloe on 2010-05-10 ***

Zoe,

You are the same age as my granddaughter, and my heart aches at your loss. I will always remember you, darlin', in my prayers. May God hold you in the palm of his hand.

*** Posted by louise doherty on 2010-02-25 ***

Sleep tight, and don't let the bed bugs bite. We miss you, Zoe.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-17 ***

Zoe,

You were exactly one year younger than me when you died, my birthday being the day after yours and one year earlier. I lived only an hour from the Pentagon, where your plane was hijacked. I remember listening to the radio on that terrible day after I got home from school. They talked about children being on the planes, and I heard your name. It upset me more than anything to know a kid just like me had died so tragically. I think of you and your little sister every year on 9/11. At least you feel no pain or fear now. I know that you and Dana are singing with the angels now. God bless you.

*** Posted by Hannah on 2009-12-21 ***

조이야,안녕.
많이 힘들었지? 천국에 하나님하고 가족이랑 편히 쉬렴.

*** Posted by 정연수 on 2009-12-09 ***


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