To a hero in the finest words a United [Airlines] employee can express: The family here at the flight center is deeply saddened by your loss. May the good Lord bless you and your family and protect you in times of emotional need.
Bobby Davis, UAL employee
Although I don't know you or your husband, I grieve for you. Your husband will not be forgotten. He and the other passengers on Flight 93 are heroes to our whole country. I will never forget what you and your family have sacrificed. I wish you the best for the future and hope that you can find some comfort in knowing that people all around the country are thinking of you and praying for you.
Always a smile and a "Hi!" when we would meet on our morning walks. We miss him.
Larry and Marie Onitsuka, neighbors
I was very touched by the story about the FBI returning the wedding ring. Having lost my wife years ago, I have a lot of empathy and it brought a tear to my eyes. A great way to bring finality to a sad event.
I can't image the pain you feel. But I think that finding his ring is God's way of saying he's safe and with him now. May God bless you and your family.
Michael A. Boles