I have joined the project to make a quilt of 3,000 blocks, each one commemorating a victim of the disaster on 9/11. I chose
this fine young man because he shares the name of my own son. Reading the tributes I find he is the same age as my daughter,
and that brings him even closer. I will do the very best work I can to honour his memory. See the project on unitedinmemory.net
Heather Hewson (York, England) March 20, 2002
The details of the squares on my block are as follows, firstly are pictures of some of the inventions of the last
century, gramophone, telephone, cine projector, Concorde (London-New York!) & man walking on the moon. Secondly a square
with time pieces, clocks and watches for the time Guy spent here, next are musical notes, guitars and other instruments for
his love of music and lastly rulers, pencils and protractors for his work with Cantor Fitzgerald.
There is a central square with stars and stripes for his country,strings of brightly coloured balloons for the birthday
party he planned.
The lettering is in glittering material for his youth and vibrancy.
I hope that you think this all suitable. I pray for you and think of you
often, how sad that we should meet
in this way, but I want you to know that having worked on the quilt has made me feel close to you and your family. With my
thoughts and prayers,
H e a t h e r Hewson