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Friday, 12 February 2010 11:30
My prayers to Jim and Mary Neill I miss Jennifer so much. However, I know she is in a much better place. My very good friend I miss every day more and more! Much love and prayers to you
Friday, 12 February 2010 11:12
Our Families thought and prayers are with you in this time. Thank you for the work you are doing to improve airline safety. God Bless you and give you peace. Survivor Family US Airways 1549 Michele Davis 24D
Friday, 12 February 2010 08:03
I have the honor and privilege to have called Beverly Eckert my colleague and friend. She was a woman with a heart of gold and her smile could light up a room. I miss her everyday.
J. RhadamÃƒÂ©s Cabrera BalcÃƒÂ¡cer
Friday, 12 February 2010 07:46
Sad story, find peace in the word of Jesus, from the Dominican Rep and Xalapa MÃƒÂ©xico.
Friday, 12 February 2010 07:24
Please keep in your prayers the two survivors Karen and Jill Wielinski. God bless all those lost.
Friday, 12 February 2010 07:06
My prayers go out to all the families who lost a loved one on that flight, a year ago today...RIP Ronnie G. God is our PEACE.
Friday, 12 February 2010 06:33
I just watched you on the early show and my heart and prayers go out to all of you. Did you know that there are more requirements to be a hairstylist than to fly a plane? 1600 hours in California just to style hair! You keep fighting and dont get weary the prayers of rhe people and the power of God who is Love eternal is on your side!
Friday, 12 February 2010 06:29
Thinking of Terry and Scott Maurer, along with Kevin Kuwik as they walk in honor of our beloved friend Lorin. Hopefully you will continue to bring awareness to the importance of aviation safety.
Friday, 12 February 2010 06:22
Our prayers are with you. We find it impossible to get a pilots license after only 250 hours...when it takes 1600 hours of training to get a cosmetology license! May your cause be realized, so that we can all live in a safer world. Amen.
Friday, 12 February 2010 06:14
Thinking of the Perry family and all those who lost loved ones one year ago. Take strength and find peace.
Friday, 12 February 2010 05:21
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you today and have been since this very day one year ago. Thank you for your efforts to improve aviation aviation safety despite how hard it is to cope with such a tragic event. I am in awe of the strength inside every single one of you...God bless
Friday, 12 February 2010 05:09
Each and every one of you has more strength than I could ever hope to have. I applaud your ability to fight for what you believe in in the face of such tragedy, and you are in my thoughts and prayers, most especially today.
Friday, 12 February 2010 05:07
Thinking of all of you today. I was deeply saddened to hear the news about your loved ones on Feb 12, 2009. Thank you for what you are doing to improve airline safety. My heart is still with you. Take care and may the future hold peace and many blessings to you all. Ben Bostic USAirways Flight 1549 Survivor Seat 20A
Sick and Tired
Friday, 12 February 2010 04:53
First, let me say that I am sorry to hear that anyone has to go through what you are going through. It is a tragedy. I however disagree with much of the focus that America puts on tragedies today. No matter what happens today, if an airline is involved, America immediately blames the airline. Take 911 - while tragic, how exactly is it that we come to blame the airline (among others) instead of blaming the horrible individuals that made the plan and carried through with it. Now in reviewing the information from one of the Buffalo News articles, it says, But pilots say its a "teaching to the test" structure that offers few surprises to test for uncommon, though potentially lethal, occurrences. "It never happens in a check ride where you go into ice and then go slow and stall," a regional pilot said. "They will ask you to stall, but it is real basic and in perfect weather. They dont add the stress or other variables." How exactly do you propose they train people for this? Dedicate multiple aircraft for flying these pilots into weather without any passengers? Then, if they dont experience the phenomenon, make them take it out again, at a time that it might happen? Also, how many times must they do it? Does anyone realize how much this would cost, and add to the price of airline tickets? Americans want everything... Serve caviar in the airplane, but dont want to pay for it. Basically, I just wanted to comment that there is no way to train for everything... Could additional training be done? Yes. Could additional requirements be made to make things safer? Yes. Should a co-pilot be required to have the same minimum number of hours in the cockpit as are required for a pilot? No... Everyone has to learn somewhere, and with such a high minimum requirement, there wouldnt be anywhere to learn, and the low airline prices that Americans want, would be a thing of the past.
Friday, 12 February 2010 04:52
My thoughts and prayers go out to the families and friends of the victims of Flight 3407. It is still surreal to me that a tragedy like this could happen in our small town, just minutes away from my home. Please take comfort in the fact that your loved ones will never be forgotten. Thank you for your tireless efforts to make flying safer for everyone.
Friday, 12 February 2010 04:52
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Friday, 12 February 2010 04:49
Our utmost respect and praise to the families that lost loved ones in this tragedy for taking on the airline industry, the government and the FAA. I wish you strength and peace. We live near the site and will never, ever forget that night. We continue to pray for all of you and your efforts to change airline travel. God Bless all of you today on the walk, wish I could be there.......
Friday, 12 February 2010 04:39
We miss you Lorin, but we have your picture everywhere in our house! Much love and support goes out to Terry, Scott, and Chris today and everday!
Friday, 12 February 2010 04:35
On behalf, Im sure, of all Jazz lovers.Im celebrating all the years of great music that Gerry Niewood and Coleman Mellett gave us, especially with Chuck Mangione. An unbelievable loss to Jazz but,first and foremost, to their families and fellow musicians. What a wonderful tribute that your music embraces the (slideshow) memories of all that were lost that fateful night.
Friday, 12 February 2010 04:28
My thoughts are with each of you. As the wife of a frequent flier, I know that every flight could be his last. I am behind you in your demand that requirements for pilots and the airline industry be changed. If not for a twist of fate I could easily be in your place. Best wishes.