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Knew Karen at American Airlines. I will always remember her sitting on the jumpseat in the cockpit... Always outgoing, friendly, and professional. Flew with her a number of times on the LAX BOS transcons. After the memorial plaque was placed at LAX, I would go by to touch her name inscribed there. I am long since retired as a Captain at AA, but think of Karen often to this day, and am profoundly saddened at her life cut so senselessly short. My thoughts and prayers go to her family and her memory, as well as the others lost on that tragic morning. The loss can never be repaired. Never forget 9/11,
Gina Simonelli, Northwest Airlines/Delta Airlines
My Dear Karen,
For Karen, I am also disappointed that there aren't enough visitors to Karen's site as others. I didn't know her, but she seemed like a really nice lady in whole life. But the horrific encounter along with the seriousness of assault she incurred deserves better recognition than what she is getting. I certainly hope my words will compensate Karen for that. Don't worry Karen, I will think on behalf of others for you.
I trained witj Karen at American and became her roommate in Dallas. I will never forget her exuberamce and delght at being part of the best airline in the world. My sorrow for her family both at home and at our company is unfathomable. What an angel.. God bless all of those of you who remember and loved her like I do.
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It is truly a blessing to know how many people where touched by Karen and how a pieces of her is still here in the hearts of her friends and family, loved ones. A person never to be forgotten but remembered with love and a smile
I thank God for having you in my life. We were all about 4 years-old when we moved into Danvers. From there, we all got to know your strength. I'm so glad you got to meet my wife Lorie and wish us a happy birth of our first child. I think of you and pray for you every day.
I once knew, and loved one Karen M. Martin of Colorado. I do not know if this is the same Karen, or not. I am sure however that she will be missed, and loved forever by her family, and friends who knew her. Although, I have not heard from my Karen since 1995 I do feel that God is with her, and our son N.J. Always.
I knew and know Karen Martin. I first met her in the Colorado ROckies at a party we both were invited to by a mutual friend. Oh, I just stumbled on to this site for the first time ever right now.
I knew a Karen Martin in high school, and when I saw the name among the list of those killed on 9/11, I had to check to see if it was the girl I knew. It wasn't. Thank goodness for that, but I also noticed that not a single posting had been made for this other Karen Martin who was a flight attendant. This made me sad, as thought nobody cared enough about this woman to post anything(although I'm sure they do -- one site said she had a brother in LA). Or maybe her loved ones are dealing with their grief in their own way. I don't know. What I do know is that I saw the name Karen Martin, and I was moved.