Tributes & Vigils Category: Sept 11th 2001

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    1. Leslie A. Whittington February 19, 2007 at 12:00 am


      I had the pleasure to be Leslie’s masters advisee at the University of Maryland. Aside from being a wonderful person, she was an inspiration to those that worked with her. The sadness of having lost her is comforted by the knowledge that she is now one of those bright stars shining upon us.

      Isabella Carneiro, student

    2. Leslie A. Whittington February 19, 2007 at 12:00 am

      I knew Leslie briefly in high school. We met at a summer camp for debaters at the University of Massachusetts in 1972. She was an unforgettably positive and energetic person then and, I can see by the way she led her life, she remained that way for the next 29 years. I am deeply saddened at the loss of Leslie, her husband Charles Falkenburg and their daughters Dana and Zoe. I pray for them regularly.
      Paul Goslin, aquaintance many years ago

    3. Leslie A. Whittington February 19, 2007 at 12:00 am

      Leslie was a beautiful, warm, funny person, someone you always wanted to get to know better. Now, no one can, but her work and her spirit lives on in the lives and work of her students and colleagues, and all those whose lives she touched.
      Amelia, co-worker

    4. Leslie A. Whittington February 19, 2007 at 12:00 am


      I knew Leslie briefly in high school. We met at a summer camp for debaters at the University of Massachusetts in 1972. She was an unforgettably positive and energetic person then and, I can see by the way she led her life, she remained that way for the next 29 years. I am deeply saddened at the loss of Leslie, her husband Charles Falkenburg and their daughters Dana and Zoe. I pray for them regularly.


      Paul Goslin, aquaintance many years ago

    5. Leslie A. Whittington February 19, 2007 at 12:00 am


      Leslie was a beautiful, warm, funny person, someone you always wanted to get to know better. Now, no one can, but her work and her spirit lives on in the lives and work of her students and colleagues, and all those whose lives she touched.


      Amelia, co-worker

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