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Edward Hennessy, 35, of Belmont, MA, was a passenger on American Airlines flight #11 that crashed into the World Trade Center. A new member of the The First Church in Belmont, MA, Mr. Hennessy was a graduate of Harvard University and a consultant with Time-Warner Inc. Memorial services were held on Sept. 17 at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Belmont. The Rev. Victor Carpenter, minister of First Church, and the Rev. Albert Saretra, pastor of St. Joseph's Church, co-officiated along with the Rev. Charles Colwell, an Episcopal priest. Mr. Hennessy leaves his wife Melanie Salisbury, and his children Rachel, 6 and Matthew, 3. Memorial gifts may be made to an education fund to benefit the children, c/o Ted Hennessy, Sr., 163 Goden Street, Belmont MA, 02478.
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