Tuesday, September 10, 2013

REMEMBERING 9-11-2001






Mary Teresa Caulfield......





.............a wife, mother, daughter, sister and an aunt was among those who lost their lives in the North Tower of the World Trade Center that sunny and clear morning, September 11, 2001. She was an executive assistant working in her
office at Marsh & Mc Lennan, an insurance company.




On September 11, 2002 one of my co-workers went by the 'Y' before she came into the office. As she entered the 'Y' there was a table that held business size cards of tributes to the victims of 09-11-01. Julia gathered up enough of them for those of us already at work and when she came in , she stopped at each desk to let us choose a card. I chose Mary Teresa Caulfield because she was very close to my age.




Mary Teresa you would be 70 years old now, you would be retired and no doubt would have taken that dream vacation with your husband, James. Maybe even grandchildren have been born, that will never know you. But all those dreams were cut short in an instant by a senseless act of a few. A senseless act of hatred, that most of the people in this world still can't understand.



I still have that little green card with your name and the fact that you were confirmed dead in the World Trade Center that day~that horrible day, September 11, 2001.



To the family and friends of Mary Teresa...please know that as long was I live, I will keep this card with me. I pray that God continues to comfort you and bring you peace as the years go by.



May we never forget those who left us that day and may we never forget those few who brought about this horrible event.


                                           

3 comments:

Jan said...

Hi Linda ,Yet another wonderful tribute to a victim of the horror of that day ,so close in age to us ,our lives have moved on we have enjoyed so much in the time ,this was denied Mary ,in that horific death ,and so we cannot forget them ..love Jan xx

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

That is a wonderful tribute. We should never forget how very dear our freedom is and remember all those who lost loved ones this day so many years ago.

Kathi McClenney said...

Beautiful tribute,thank you.