In memory of
Kathleen Nicosia
In memory of
Kathleen Nicosia
Kathy Nicosia, 54, a flight attendant By Globe Staff, 9/18/2001 Kathy Nicosia of Winthrop, a flight attendant for American Airlines, was killed Sept. 11 in New York on American Airlines Flight 11. She was 54. Mrs. Nicosia was a native of Indiana. She received her bachelor's degree from Bowling Green State University in 1969, where she was a member of Alpha Chi Omega. For 32 years, Mrs. Nicosia was a resident of Winthrop and a flight attendent for American Airlines. She enjoyed reading and gardening. She leaves her husband, George; her daughter, Marianne of Winthrop; her mother, Phyllis Hawk of Portage, Mich.; two brothers, James Hawk of Washington D.C., and Larry Hawk of New York City; and a sister, Kimberly Meyer of Tecumseh, Mich. Services will be private.
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In memory of
Kathleen Nicosia
Kathy Nicosia, 54, a flight attendant By Globe Staff, 9/18/2001 Kathy Nicosia of Winthrop, a flight attendant for American Airlines, was killed Sept. 11 in New York on American Airlines Flight 11. She was 54. Mrs. Nicosia was a native of Indiana. She received her bachelor's degree from Bowling Green State University in 1969, where she was a member of Alpha Chi Omega. For 32 years, Mrs. Nicosia was a resident of Winthrop and a flight attendent for American Airlines. She enjoyed reading and gardening. She leaves her husband, George; her daughter, Marianne of Winthrop; her mother, Phyllis Hawk of Portage, Mich.; two brothers, James Hawk of Washington D.C., and Larry Hawk of New York City; and a sister, Kimberly Meyer of Tecumseh, Mich. Services will be private.
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