Wilson Flagg

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

21 Years Later...We Shall Never Forget

From: Elizabeth Flagg
Date: 04/08/2005
Message: I love you and I miss you!

From: Bernard Morosco, NC1 (USN-Ret)
Date: 09/20/2005
Message: Adm Flagg, you were a great inspiration to me...fair winds and following seas

From: Richard Maw
Date: 02/19/2006
Message: The following was published in the Sacramento Bee on 9-18-2001 - "Life is finite ... I wrote those words on September 9, 2001. Today I think of two schoolmates. She was so creative and artistic. We shared school from kindergarten through college. He shared my passion for cars and the marching band in high school. He attended the Naval Academy, had a career in the Navy and was later an American Airlines pilot. Both died on September 11, 2001 in the crash of American Airlines flight 77. We are all wondering what the response should be. Justice must be strongly served on those responsible. Yet, justice will not be served if our response is based on revenge. Revenge will only dishonor the values modeled by my friends. Revenge will add to our loss if we forget that important part of our pledge for "liberty and justice for all". Justice will honor all those we have lost and the time-honored values we all believe in as Americans." Richard Maw, Sacramento, California

From: Oscar Rosales
Date: 04/14/2006
Message: Buddy, at our 50th. class reunion, April 8, 2006, we raised enough money to dedicate a memorial to you and Darlene. We hope to place it in the old high school grounds. We dedicate this to you both, because in life and death, your still that model that most of us tried to emulate. Come see our work, from the class of 1956. Buddy. Darlene. We do miss you.

From: Uhydpaf@gmail.com
Date: 09/12/2006
Message: ringtones free

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