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Anonymous (not verified)

February 21, 2020

Diana J. O'Connor,

every year there is a walk/run to the top of the Chase tower (the tallest tower in Phoenix, AZ) and they hand out names of those that were tragically killed in 9/11. This is my first year ever doing it. But, I pulled your name and I just wanted to find out more about you. You sound like you were a wonderful, driven, loving person. I am sorry for your family and everyone that knew you, as they lost someone special. I know you are in a better place now - free from the tragedies of this world - but I'm sure this time of year is hard for your family. I just want to express my condolences to those that are missing you this day and let you know that we will all remember you and all the others that lost their lives on this tragic day. RIP Diana.

Posted by Broc Strecker

Anonymous (not verified)

February 21, 2020

In Memory of Diana J. O'Connor ..... 38 years old. Was resident of: Eastchester N.Y.... Died in World Trade Center -

Dearest Diana - Today I ride for you.... ten years later....I ride as a guest of Rolling Thunder & Patriot Heart Riders in Knoxville, as part of TN's Memorial Ride and 9/11 Commemoration Day; but I ride as a citizen, woman, friend, mother, grandmother, songwriter, author ... who has dedicated the rest of her life to doing whatever possible... to speak, sing & write of the alternative to hate... to share with others about the Light of God and to celebrate whenever that Light is expressed through people. I can tell you Diana, that in spite of everything there are many who still believe in God, in love, in service...and as as long as love is alive...there is much good that can be experienced here....Thank you for your life and with your death, you are helping us remember what is good, what is worth working hard for...God Bless You wherever you are and God Bless & Keep America. You are in my thoughts and heart; today on 9/11/10 I ride for all of the victims, all of the workers who still are trying to make a difference; I also ride for America and what is good here, for all those around the world who still believe in Love...and I ride for you. Wherever you are, you are valued. May we all live today, in love and service, that will honor your name and the names of all those who have lived and died for freedom.

Posted by Ann M. Wolf

Anonymous (not verified)

February 21, 2020

I picked Diana to memorialize because she has such a pretty smile and I felt that she must be a wonderful person

Published by Kaylee M Mutrie

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