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Amy N. Jarret

Appearing below are messages from others who wish to extend their thoughts, sympathy and words of kindness to the family and friends Amy N. Jarret , who passed away on September 11th, 2001.

10 Years Later...We Shall Never Forget

From: Kelly Bechet
Date: 02/11/2005
Message: im sorry that you had to be part of such a horible thing.

From: Joseph McShane
Date: 03/06/2006
Message: I'm an Irishman from Dublin. I was in NYC recently and saw your name I don't know why i noticed your name more than others...I felt sad for your family and friends but then i thought that you are probably taking care of them from where you are.

From: Olivia Campos
Date: 09/07/2006
Message: Your loved one, Amy Jarret, became dear to our hearts when after 9/11/2001, my son's school,(he was in 5th grade) Nativity Catholic School in Torrance, California, assigned names of the victims of that tragedy to the students. He came home with a sticker on his lapel upon which Amy's name was written and they were told by the principal and their teachers to pray for their assigned souls. Since then, the sticker bearing Amy's name has been on our altar at home and we always include her in our nightly prayers when we pray the Holy Rosary. We have also offered masses for her especially on All Souls' Day and the anniversary of 9/11. May you be comforted and strengthened by the knowledge that your loved one is now in the bosom of the heavenly Father. Please be rest assured we will always remember her in our prayers. We will never forget.

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