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22-year-old Lynne Morris loved to laugh, but even more than that, she lived to love. She loved many and many loved her. She had a gift of looking beyond one's outward appearance and seeing what truly mattered, which was what was on the inside.
She worked hard on her tan each summer and during spring break sprees, but according to her mother, Pat, that was Lynne's only glimmer of vanity. "She always worried about everyone else more than herself," said her older sister, Chrissy, "and she told me that it sometimes got her in trouble."
Lynne lived her whole life in Monroe, New York, and grew from a shy little girl who would hardly leave her mother's side to an extremely outgoing young woman who struck up conversations with strangers wherever she went. To her friends, Lynne was a lighthouse — an ever-standing, ever-glowing presence that guided the way when times were tough. "She was a true companion, a partner-in-crime, a pal who I could always turn to," recalled Jaime Ulatowski, one of Lynne's many friends. "I would not be nearly as strong as I am today if it wasn't for Lynne."
Lynne vacillated between wanting to teach and hankering after a business career with a more hectic pace, which was what took her to Cantor Fitzgerald on the 101st floor of the World Trade Center's North Tower straight out of college. She worked logging trades into the company computers, but her ultimate goal was to rise up and make those trades herself.
Just months before losing her life on September 11th, Lynne rekindled her relationship with her college boyfriend, and they were on the verge of announcing their engagement.
When Lynne's mother was sitting on the deck outside of her home just over a month after 9/11, holding her daughter's just-issued death certificate, the grief seemed too much to bear. Then, on that warm October day, a butterfly landed on her face. And it dawned on her. There were pictures of butterflies all over Lynne's room — on the wall mirror, on the picture frames, even on the last Mother's Day card Lynne sent her. "So every time I see a butterfly in person or even on a little one's shirt, I think of Lynne," her mother said, "and I thank her for all she is to us."

Just for all my fellow Americans out there, never forget 9/11. As an American and a New Yorker, these attacks from terrorists were horrid, attacking the twin towers, the pentagon, and one landing in a field at Pennsylvania. 16 years later, we are more strong, we stand together against the ones who try to bring us down. I just feel like I needed to post this for 9/11. Never Forget🇺🇸❤️ #911 #september11 #september112001 #september11th2001 #neverforget911

Never forget all those lives lost on this day. 09-11-01 #neverforget #unitedwestand #september11th2001

Remembering and honoring all who were lost on this day 16 years ago. May they all R.I.P 😔 United we stand 🇺🇸 #NeverForget #September11th2001 #September11 🇺🇸🗽❤️

Today marks the 16th year anniversary of the event that changed America forever. Thousands of lives of the brave and innocent men and women of New York Pennsylvania and Washington DC were lost but are never forgotten. And even through that dark day this nation became stronger and became more unified. #newyorkcity #september11th2001 #neverforget

We are united in remembering all those we lost 16 years ago. My prayers go out to all the families who lost their relatives and are still struggling with this everyday. I love you #september11th2001

Today we remember September 11, 2001. Be sure to take a few minutes to remember that day and reflect on the impact that it's had on our world. Also, take the time to hug or call your loved ones. It's worth every second. #neverforget #family #friends #beautifulbride #september11th2001

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THOMAS E. BURNETT JR.
United Flight 93
Thomas Edward Burnett, Jr., born May 29, 1963 in Minneapolis, MN, died heroically on September 11, 2001. Tom is survived by his devoted wife, Deena; his 3 beautiful daughters, Halley, Madison and Anna Clare; his parents, Tom and Beverly Burnett; his sister, Mary Margaret and her fiance, Chad Jurgens; his sister, Martha Jane and her husband David O'Brien and their children, Loren, Kathleen, Devin and Mary Margaret; and a large extended family and many friends. Tom is a graduate of Thomas Jefferson Senior High School, was appointed to the United States Air Force Academy, attended St. John's University and graduated from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota where he was elected President of Alpha Kappa Psi. Tom later earned an Executive MBA from Pepperdine University. At Thoratec Corporation, Tom provided leadership as Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. He was very proud of his company and its compassionate mission.
Paid Notice published in THE STAR TRIBUNE.

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The remnants of the Twin Towers- Ground Zero- World Trade Center on 9/12/01

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Charles F. Burlingame III
Pentagon
Charles “Chic” Burlingame was a resident of Oak Hill, Virginia. He was married to American Airlines flight attendant, Sherri Burlingame, father of Wendy, grandfather of Jack, and stepfather of John and Chad Harris. Captain Burlingame was a graduate of the United States Naval Academy (’71) and a former Navy jet fighter pilot. Prior to his 22-year career with American Airlines, he flew F-4 Phantoms in Squadron VF-103 aboard the U.S.S. Saratoga. He continued military service as a Naval Reserve Officer, retiring at the rank of captain in 1996. Captain Burlingame’s military career highlights include: * Honor graduate of the Navy “Top Gun” school NAS Miramar.
* Recalled to active service and served at the Pentagon during the Gulf War.
* Awarded the Defense Superior Service Medal.
Captain Burlingame was hired by American Airlines in 1979 and was furloughed in 1980. He then worked as a manager for Lockheed Aerospace until American Airlines recalled him to service in 1984. He qualified as captain in Boeing 727s and Boeing 757/767s.
Captain Burlingame was born on September 12, 1949 in St. Paul, Minnesota

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Today We Remember Captain William Burke, Jr., 46-years-old, Engine Co. 21.

On Sept. 11th, 2001, Capt. Burke called his friend Jean on his way to the World Trade Center. She begged him to stay away and he responded, “This is what I do.” His father, William Burke, was a fire chief, and he aspired to be the man his father was. He dreamed since childhood of fighting fires. He never forgot the lessons his dad offered about what to do inside a burning building: Get the civilians out, and then take care of your men.

On the 27th floor of the North tower, a congregation of firefighters had gathered. They were dispersing to find straggling civilians when they came across Ed Beyea, a wheelchair bound quadriplegic. With Ed was his friend Abe, who refused to leave the building without him. The firemen were having trouble figuring out how to evacuate Ed as he was a 280 lb man and couldn’t easily be lifted down the stairs.

Suddenly, the building shook and swayed. A shock wave rippled through. Capt. Burke ran to the window and said, “The south tower just collapsed.” Mayday was declared and the firemen began to evacuate.
Ed Beyea, bound to his wheelchair, helplessly watched people stream past him with his friend Abe by his side. “We’ve got to get them out,” Billy said. He then told his own men from Engine 21 to go ahead and get out of the building. They heard Burke on their radio encouraging them as they made their way down saying, “I’ll meet you by the rig” and “I’m right behind you.” About 28 minutes later, the north tower fell.

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THOMAS DANIEL BURKE
World Trade Center
BONDS: FINANCIAL AND FAMILY

Tom Burke was the quintessential Wall Street man.

He broke into the bond business this way: It was 1985 and he was fresh out of Holy Cross. Nobody wanted him. Undeterred, he put on his suit every day and attended training courses at Liberty Brokerage ‹ uninvited. Impressed, the company hired him after three months.

Eventually, Mr. Burke, 38, became a partner at Cantor Fitzgerald, heading the government bond desk. He lived with his wife and children in Bedford Hills, N.Y.

He had a big personality. He knew how to hold his drink and when to hold his cards. He was the kind of person you wanted to be seated next to at a dinner party.

That was the Wall Street man. There was also the private man. "He was successful, but that's not what made him happiest," said his sister, Nancy Salter. "It was his family." That was the part the young guns did not see, the part not learned in college. Tom Burke's mother always had a happy birthday. Tom Burke's family never wondered where Daddy was. Tom Burke's friends never lay sick, alone.
Profile published in THE NEW YORK TIMES on October 31, 2001.

Every clips you are seen in this account, were recorded by Andres Barrila. Those videos were videotaped before 9/11, during 9/11 and the consecutive days after 9/11. All video footage were the expression of people on the streets as the tragedy happened.

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Take a few minutes to yourself in a quiet room that was very bad how that happened 2001 911 that was under attack terrorist came to New York City and took down the tower whoever had a dad and was in that Tower I feel bad for you RPP to the people who had a dad who loved you so much and passed away to the people who I feel bad for so many people just remember it's okay to cry I'm not being rude or mean about this I'm about to cry right now whoever is reading this and watching this I'm sorry....... 😭😭😭😥😓😢💜💛💚💙❤💟 #September11th2001

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22-year-old Lynne Morris loved to laugh, but even more than that, she lived to love. She loved many and many loved her. She had a gift of looking beyond one's outward appearance and seeing what truly mattered, which was what was on the inside.
She worked hard on her tan each summer and during spring break sprees, but according to her mother, Pat, that was Lynne's only glimmer of vanity. "She always worried about everyone else more than herself," said her older sister, Chrissy, "and she told me that it sometimes got her in trouble."
Lynne lived her whole life in Monroe, New York, and grew from a shy little girl who would hardly leave her mother's side to an extremely outgoing young woman who struck up conversations with strangers wherever she went. To her friends, Lynne was a lighthouse — an ever-standing, ever-glowing presence that guided the way when times were tough. "She was a true companion, a partner-in-crime, a pal who I could always turn to," recalled Jaime Ulatowski, one of Lynne's many friends. "I would not be nearly as strong as I am today if it wasn't for Lynne."
Lynne vacillated between wanting to teach and hankering after a business career with a more hectic pace, which was what took her to Cantor Fitzgerald on the 101st floor of the World Trade Center's North Tower straight out of college. She worked logging trades into the company computers, but her ultimate goal was to rise up and make those trades herself.
Just months before losing her life on September 11th, Lynne rekindled her relationship with her college boyfriend, and they were on the verge of announcing their engagement.
When Lynne's mother was sitting on the deck outside of her home just over a month after 9/11, holding her daughter's just-issued death certificate, the grief seemed too much to bear. Then, on that warm October day, a butterfly landed on her face. And it dawned on her. There were pictures of butterflies all over Lynne's room — on the wall mirror, on the picture frames, even on the last Mother's Day card Lynne sent her. "So every time I see a butterfly in person or even on a little one's shirt, I think of Lynne," her mother said, "and I thank her for all she is to us."

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PATRICK JOSEPH BUHSE
World Trade Center
LIVING LARGE, PLAYING HARD

The yelling, screaming, posturing and power plays of the trading floor were Patrick J. Buhse's idea of nirvana. A government bond trader for Cantor Fitzgerald, Mr. Buhse, 36, scrapped his way up from entry level in "the cage" at 18 and never worked anyplace else. "College or Cantor," was his take on higher education.

He lived large and played hard: Mr. Buhse was a Budweiser man. What he liked even better than amassing money was giving it away to relatives. A car here, a fur coat there, private school for the nieces and nephews. Sure, he drove a Honda, but it was brand-new. "He wasn't showy, but all his toys had to be new and clean," said his wife, Susan. "And his television had to be the biggest." Relentlessly social, Mr. Buhse looked for any excuse to entertain on the town or at home in Lincroft, N.J. He loved telling jokes, and was not above stealing other people's anecdotes and improving them. He doted on his two children and reserved Friday nights for family in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, where he was the loudest of six siblings. "The glass was always half full, not half empty," his wife said. "His motto was, 'Live for the moment.' "
Profile published in THE NEW YORK TIMES on September 28, 2001.

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NANCY BUECHE
World Trade Center
HER DAUGHTER'S INSPIRATION

Nancy Bueche had a 10-year-old daughter, Bridget, and a full-time job at Aon Corporation in the World Trade Center, and was within months of receiving a bachelor's degree in business administration. Bridget was a primary reason for Mrs. Bueche to push herself to attend night classes for three years, said Jim Bueche, her husband. "She wanted to show our daughter you can do it," he said. "Anything she did, she did for our daughter." On weekends, he said, Mrs. Bueche, 43, and Bridget were inseparable. "Starting Friday night all the way through Sunday," he said. In the summer, they would pick up Mrs. Bueche's mother, go to the beach and return to their home in Hicksville, on Long Island, for Mr. Bueche's barbecue.

In the winter, he said, they would shop. "As soon as it started to get cold," he said. "Clothes for Bridget. Christmas presents for her mother. They'd hit the mall or some big sale somewhere. When they got tired of that, they'd go to children's movies. Or the library." Now, he said: "I try to keep her busy with friends and her softball team. But it isn't the same." A few weeks ago, Mr. Bueche and Bridget went to Briarcliffe College, which was giving Mrs. Bueche a posthumous honorary degree. Despite her grief, Bridget has kept up grades, he said. "I tell her: `Mother got all A's. You can do it, too.' "
Profile published in THE NEW YORK TIMES on June 30, 2002.

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RONALD PAUL BUCCA
World Trade Center
RESCUER AND COUNSELOR

Ronald Bucca was nicknamed "the Flying Fireman" in 1986 after he fell spectacularly from a tenement fire escape, spun around a cable strung through the backyard and lived to tell the tale. And that was just one of his moments.

His specialty was rescuing mankind from smoke and flames, but he did not mind scorching certain people with his wit.

His colleagues collected "Ron-isms." An example: "This one is as sharp as a basketball." He designed hats for other firemen with details that they found hilarious (but unfortunately, that were not printable). A firefighter for 23 years, the last nine as a fire marshal, he was also a nurse and a reservist in the United States Army's Special Forces.

Mr. Bucca trained as an antiterrorist intelligence expert, and when the planes hit the towers on Sept. 11, he called his wife, Eve, and said he was heading to the scene. "He knew it was a terrorist attack," Mrs. Bucca said. "He had been expecting something like that for a very long time." Before that day, his final investigation had involved a young woman who set her former boyfriend's letters on fire and left them to burn in a toilet. He counseled her as a father might. "No guy is worth getting this upset over; don't be too concerned about this guy," he told her, said Keith O'Mara, his partner. "There are a lot of fish in the sea. And if this should ever happen again, think about buying yourself a paper shredder." Profile published in THE NEW YORK TIMES on November 23, 2001.

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MARK BRUCE
World Trade Center
Mark Bruce was born in San Luis Obispo, California, a small agrarian town of about 14,000 people. Mark was the youngest of three boys and while growing up, received his fair share brotherly pranks – tackle football with a paper-thin helmet, dirt clods smashed on his head, and an occasional dunk in the toilet. He may have been the “baby” but he wasted no time evolving into a storied “tumbleweed” as he grandfather used to call him. The family moved to Santa Cruz and Mark eventually moved to Chico, Oakland, San Francisco and eventually New York.
He was gained legendary status as locker room comedian, able to imitate voices and mannerisms of his high school coaches. These same mannerisms, including stares, frowns and other nonverbal gestures were refreshing and memorable. At a memorial in Santa Cruz, where 17 of 25 fifth grade classmates got together to honor Mark, they all fondly remembered his ability to make them smile, think, and try harder. And one classmate very fondly remembered “always being the victim” as he later became a classmate of Mark’s at college. He told of having Mark type an economics paper for him. When he got the paper back, there were a few comments, one in particular noting a reference to “making love to …..” . Mark had typed this line right in the middle of the paper to see if the professor would catch it. He evidently did.
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LLOYD BROWN
World Trade Center
DOTED ON HIS CHILDREN

Lloyd Brown liked playing basketball with friends and co-workers at Cantor Fitzgerald. He loved playing on the computer. And he also doted on his two children, even though they now lived across the country.

Mr. Brown, 28, worked as a compliance officer for institutional equities, a job he took after serving in the Navy for four years. He was born in Jamaica, and spent some of his childhood in the Bronx, said a cousin, Diane Brown.

He was living in Mount Vernon, but was searching for an apartment in the Bronx so he could be closer to his extended family. His home was filled with pictures of his children, Jacinda, 7, and Lloyd Jr., 4, who had recently moved to Texas with their mother, and he talked to them daily by telephone, said his stepmother, Iris Brown. "He was like his dad, who is constantly cracking jokes," his cousin said. "If you met my cousin, you'd think he was quiet, but he was quite amicable." Profile published in THE NEW YORK TIMES on October 12, 2001.
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Janice Juloise Brown
BIRTH 18 Oct 1965 DEATH 11 Sep 2001
BURIAL National September 11 Memorial
Manhattan, New York County (Manhattan), New York, USA
PLOT Panel N-11 MEMORIAL ID 5889278

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