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Anonymous (not verified)

February 19, 2020

I look at these pictures of your beautiful child. they bring back memories of my own daughter. i still have her. i can't begin to feel the sorrow that must be yours.

Published by donna harper

Anonymous (not verified)

February 19, 2020

Dear Christine's family I am very sorry for your loss Christine sounds like a very nice, fun, and loving person. I hope that she did not suffer for very long and that she is in a better place now. I hope she is happy were she is and that you still have her in your heart. Please do not be in sorrows for ever. I hope ya'll have a wonderful life and you don't live in regret about what you should have done or wanted to do with Christine. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

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Frankie Walls (not verified)

September 09, 2021

Rest easy my friend

Posted by Frankie Walls

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In Remembrance
Place of Residence:
Brookline, MA
Location on 9/11:
TJX Co. | Buyer

Christine Barbuto of Brookline, a buyer for TJX Cos. in Framingham, was killed Sept. 11 on American Airlines Flight 11 in New York City. She was 32.

Born in Peabody, she graduated from Peabody Veterans Memorial High School and received a merchandising degree from the University of Rhode Island.

Miss Barbuto was en route to Los Angeles on a buying trip for TJX, the parent company of TJ MAXX and Marshall's stores.

She leaves her father, John Barbuto of Peabody; and two sisters, Dianne Walsh of North Reading and Jeannine Daly of Burlington.

A memorial Mass will be said tomorrow at 4 p.m. in St. Adelaide's Church in West Peabody.

Editorial Obituary published in THE BOSTON GLOBE on September 20, 2001.