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Posted by Mom and Dad

I just wanted to let you know that when my daughter was doing Irish step dancing competitions there was a man that made the trophy's was also making aluminium bracelets with the names of the people who died on 911 it says "we will never forget" flight number 11 Robin Kaplan 33 yrs. Westboro Ma. I have been wearing it off and on for 10 years and have been praying for your family. I just wanted to let you know. that we will never forget. Fondly Alyce

Posted by Alyce Greer

To the sister of a long lost great friend. Mark. I know you are sadly missed and went to god too young. You will always be missed and loved. I was at tjx for balloon release. Hope you are watching today's pink balloon coming you way from roslindale....rest in peace...be our angel. To your family. All my thoughts and prayers that with each day its becomes a little easier...my best. Tim

Posted by Tim Parket

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Age:
33
Place of Residence:
Westboro, MA
Location on 9/11:
Aircraft
Occupation:
TJX Co. | Senior Equipment Specialist
Reflections:
The New York Times Portraits of Grief
Robin Kaplan/ TJX Compaines Scholarship
Biography:

Robin L. Kaplan of Westborough, a senior store equipment specialist for TJX Companies, died Tuesday aboard American Airlines Flight 11 in New York. She was 33.

Ms. Kaplan was born in Brookline and raised in Framingham. She graduated from Framingham North High School in 1986 and graduated from Worcester State College in 1990.

She worked for TJX for eight years and was described as her department's ''go-to'' person. She was headed to California to prepare for the opening of a T.J. Maxx store. She had returned to work this year after recovering from Crohn's disease, a life-threatening illness of the digestive system.

She leaves her parents, Francine (Gotz) and Edward Kaplan, and a brother, Mark A., all of Framingham; her grandparents, David and Lorraine Kaplan of Natick; and three nieces.

A memorial service will be held Sunday at 3:30 p.m. in Temple Israel in Natick.

Editorial Obituary published in THE BOSTON GLOBE on 9/14/2001