Wanda Green was 49 years old on September 11 ,2001. A mother of two children. A twin sister. A flight attendant for 29 years. A part-time real estate agent. A church deacon at Linden Presbyterian Church. A community volunteer. A PTA president. A dancer. Above all, a woman loved by all who knew her, especially her children. Wanda was a stewardess for United Airlines. It was a position she aspired to for many years and one in which she took pride and satisfaction. Wanda wasn’t supposed to be on United Airlines Flight 93 flying out of Newark that morning. She had originally been scheduled to fly Sept. 13, but realized she had to handle the closing of a home sale on that date and rearranged her schedule. I wrote to Carol Chong, a school friend of Wanda’s, about this tribute and she kindly replied with these words about her friend: "Wanda was a woman who was loving and caring of her family and friends. She was a warm person with a warm smile for everyone. She also was a giving person, offering a helping hand whenever one was in need. Even if people did not know her, once they got to know her, her kindness, laughter and smile paved the way to instant friendship. The many memories my classmates and I share about Wanda always bring out a laughter among us, such as Wanda teaching a young man how to do the cha-cha (dance), and she and her sister, Sandra, fooling people into believing they are the other person."