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Amy Jarret Remembered

September 14, 2011

Members of Amy Jarret's family, including her mother, Marilyn Trudeau, and her father, Aram Jarret, Jr., seated center, as well as her siblings and nieces and nephews as well as family friends, listen as Amy's sister, Alicia Curran, pays tribute to her sister during a 10th anniversary memorial service at Memorial Square in North Smithfield Wednesday evening. Amy Jarret was a flight attendant from North Smithfield who died on United Airlines Flight 175 at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. (photo by Ernest A. Brown)

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