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  • Lu He on 04.18.2013 at 1:17 pm

    Wish you peace and joy in the heaven. We will never ever forget you.

    • The McDowell family in Montana on 04.25.2013 at 11:35 am

      Our family wishes yours peace with the passage of time. We didn’t know Lu. Her images reveal a happy and wonderful spirit. Our daughter is a student at BU and obviously it could have been our loss as easily as yours. We are so sorry that you lost your beautiful daughter. Greg, Martha, Nick, Jessie, Kelsie and Terra

    • Mary Ann Keiser on 04.25.2013 at 8:57 pm

      I am a parent of a BU undergrad student. My heart is saddened by your loss. Please know that we think of you and will always remember your beautiful daughter.

    • Jennifer Chang on 04.28.2013 at 10:57 pm

      My heart and prayers go out to your family. Your daughter was an inspiration to many and will always be remembered.

    • The Berenbaum family on 04.11.2014 at 9:30 am

      Our hearts and prayers are with you and your family. Your beautiful daughter will never be forgotten. Please know that we think of you often and hope that your cherished memories may ease your pain in time.

  • Eric Li on 04.18.2013 at 3:17 pm

    May you always have the sweet smile in heaven.

  • Amelia Billingsley & Family on 04.18.2013 at 3:19 pm

    From our BU family to yours,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time !
    John, Melly ,Allison & Joshua

  • Barbara Veneri on 04.18.2013 at 4:13 pm

    Please accept our heartfelt sympathy and hope for the future of wonderful students like your beautiful daughter.

  • Paul Yoon on 04.18.2013 at 4:14 pm

    Prayers and thoughts from a fellow BU Terrier in Canada.

  • susan and peter taylor on 04.18.2013 at 4:16 pm

    To the parents of Lingzi,
    we too have a beautiful daughter, and we both graduated from Boston University. we are so sorry for your loss, and wanted to honor her love of learning and life.

  • ChiaChi Huang on 04.18.2013 at 4:18 pm

    Pain is over, wish you carry a peaceful mind to heaven. Your smile will always be remembered, for you are one of us, one of the International students, one of the BU family, and one of the Chinese community. You will never be forgotten, we will always remember you. May you rest in peace.

  • Linyuan Mo on 04.18.2013 at 4:21 pm

    Your passing is a grief loss for us all. The world will always be marked by the beauty you left. We will always remember you. Best wishes and concerns for Lingzi’s family.

  • Jaimee Garbacik on 04.18.2013 at 4:22 pm

    Although I didn’t know your daughter, I attended BU, and I was deeply saddened by the news that one of our own fell in this tragedy. My heart goes out to you. I am so sorry for your loss. Peace be with you and yours.

  • Paul and Gail Cain on 04.18.2013 at 4:31 pm

    Words cannot begin to express the sadness we feel over the loss of your beautiful daughter, but it is our hope that you find comfort knowing that we share in your sorrow. With love and sympathy, Paul, Gail and Joshua Cain

  • jun zhang on 04.18.2013 at 5:00 pm

    We, a chinese running club at Boston area, raced the Boston Marathon. And we believe Lu cheered for us all. We felt sad for the loss of her beautiful life. We will have a group run today around Boston in memory of her.

  • Anne a BU student Parent on 04.18.2013 at 5:38 pm

    My prayers and condolences to her family. I grieve for your loss. Your daughter was a special light in this world and will continue to always shine in our hearts. God Be You.

  • David B and Yingshi Liu on 04.18.2013 at 6:12 pm

    We lived near Shenyang and came to live in America. David lived in Boston for a while. We are both so devastated with the news. She seems a wonderful person, an outstanding representative of China. Our sincerest and heartfelt condolences to her family.

  • Anshu Mangal on 04.18.2013 at 6:18 pm

    Deeply sorry for your loss. There is no loss greater than losing a loved one, especially for parents that lose a child. My heart goes out to you. May God give you the strength to bear this loss and may her soul rest in peace.

  • Vanessa Chen on 04.18.2013 at 6:30 pm

    7 years ago I left BU with dream of the world, what remains in my memory of my 3 years in Boston is not the harsh winters, the snow storms, but the warmth of caring people, the spirit of the elite, and the blood for America and even the world. Although your chance of experiencing what BU has to offer was taken away by this tragic event,the legacy will carry on, because we will carry on for you, not only as a Chinese student in BU, but because we will always be Terriers.

  • Debby Fenn on 04.18.2013 at 6:32 pm

    I am sending my thoughts and prayers at this very awful time. Take in all the love that comes your way.

  • Zheng Gong on 04.18.2013 at 6:36 pm

    We discussed on graduate program application, internship, cold visit, Karaoke, TOEFL, visa, CFA, roommates, May Day, Life of Pi, John Hull’s textbook…I should have gone to Boston to see you earlier. I cannot believe that you leave us that early. Just want to let you know that I will always be with you.

    Wish you all the best in heaven,
    Zheng Gong

    • Bart R. on 04.22.2013 at 6:47 am

      I was shocked and saddened when I read the terrible news about losing such a wonderful, bright and beautiful young girl. I am an American teacher at a University in Xiamne, China. I have taught here for five years. There are so many terrible people in the world who are doing so many bad things like this to innocent people. I am so sorry this happened to her. I read about Lingzi online after the tragedy. It brought tears to my eyes and I am still thinking about it. Such a tragic loss. I wish the family strength, resolve, and the ability to appreciate how wonderful Lingzi,s life was. We grieve with you and wish you peace.

  • Nathan Hood on 04.18.2013 at 6:52 pm

    To the parents of Lu Lingzi – I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that you are in the thoughts and prayers of America – we are so sorry this happened to your wonderful daughter.

  • Daniel Kang on 04.18.2013 at 7:02 pm

    I was fortunate to both attend BU and to visit your hometown, Shenyang, last year. We are all tied together in many ways. Please know that the entire BU community mourns your loss.

  • Emily Nghiem (BA Math, Rice University 1988) on 04.18.2013 at 7:05 pm

    To the Family: Thank you for all the sacrifices you made to give Lingzi the very best in life. What a joy to read about her, as an inspiring example to others. You deserve to be proud parents, and may all the love and honor you feel for your daughter carry you through and give you strength and comfort, especially when you miss her the most. I am sorry to hear of your daughter in this way, but thankful for God to find ways to shine light through the darkness, and build bridges that bring our world closer together. So many people share in your loss, please do not try to carry it alone. Please let other people grieve with you, so the burden will be less. My heart and prayers go out to you, across the ocean, that all the love in the world be yours right now, embrace you, and lift your minds to heavenly peace. May many good things be done in Lingzi’s memory, great or small, that you will know her spirit lives on in the hearts and minds of others who remember and cherish her, and she will continue to make a lasting impact in the world, in her own special way. Thank you and may God bless you abundantly. With love, Emily Nghiem, Houston TX

  • Elisabeth Kelly on 04.18.2013 at 7:07 pm

    Sincere Condolences to the family of LU Lingzi.
    My heart and prayers are with you
    LU LINGZI has left an amazing legacy for BU, the community & the world
    Thank you
    Rest In Peace

  • James Gregg on 04.18.2013 at 7:16 pm

    Sending warm thoughts, love and sympathy from California.

  • Paul Lobosco on 04.18.2013 at 7:31 pm

    So sad to hear about a fellow alumnus having her life shortened unnecessarily. When I saw the picture, my heart just dropped. She looked like a very nice person. You could tell. Her family can feel comfort from the Boston U Community and that they will always have support here or in the homeland. Don’t ever feel the US is bad. Our liberties can create bad people and evil thoughts but our people create and sustain liberty. Paul L. SMG ’82

  • Jayne Donovan Staley on 04.18.2013 at 7:47 pm

    Some of my best memories of my time as a student at BU include attending the Boston Marathon. My heart is broken over this assault on one of Boston’s greatest traditions and the lives of all those spectators who came to pay respect to the fitness of body and character of those running. My prayers and sympathy are with the family of Lu Lingzi and all the people impacted by this attack on our freedom to pursue happiness.

  • David Chan on 04.18.2013 at 7:48 pm

    My deepest condolences. I never knew Lu Lingzi, but still it saddens me. It saddens me that a person who has worked so hard for her future met this kind of fate. I myself am not going very far in my life, but this has truly given me a new outlook on life. She didn’t deserve this. No one deserves this. Knowing that she is helping her fellow alumni, she must be smiling from heaven. Rest in peace. My prayers and thoughts go out to the family.

  • Cyrus Phan on 04.18.2013 at 8:08 pm

    The sadness of the present days, is locked and set in time, and moving to the future is a slow and painful climb.

    But all the feelings that are now, so vivid and so real, can’t hold their fresh intensity as time begins to heal.

    No wound so deep will ever go entirely away, yet every hurt becomes a little less from day to day.

    Nothing can erase the painful imprints on your mind but there are softer memories
    that time will let you find.

    Though your heart won’t let the sadness simply slide away, the echoes will diminish
    even though the memories stay

    To Lu Lingzi’s Parents,
    “My words will not mend the pain that you are feeling right now, however through my words, I hope that you find peace and comfort, and that Lu will forever be remembered and never forgotten.”

    -Cyrus T. Phan
    San Jose, California

  • Qin Xiao on 04.18.2013 at 8:15 pm

    May you in peace. You will live in our heart and will never be forgotten.Qin Xiao from Beijing

  • PS on 04.18.2013 at 8:24 pm

    Incredibly sorry for your loss. Please accept my heartfelt condolences to you and to all who knew your daughter. I wish you peace, strength, and comfort during this difficult time.

    BU Class of 1999

  • The Lagomarsino Family on 04.18.2013 at 8:39 pm

    Our hearts reach out to you in these moments. Our own daughter attends BU and is hard working and kind. This makes us understand how wonderful your daughter is and what a loss. We wish you sympathy,and wish to stand next to you in honor for your daughter, with peace and love, the Lagomarsino family

  • Maria Booker on 04.18.2013 at 8:45 pm

    My heartfelt sympathy to LU Lingzi’s family. I feel very saddened for the loss of a bright future that would have been. May you rest in peace, my fellow BU Terrier.

  • Marcia B on 04.18.2013 at 8:55 pm

    We are so sorry for the loss of your beautiful daughter. I know she will be missed at BU.

  • Linda Parker on 04.18.2013 at 8:55 pm

    To the parents of Lingzi: I only know your daughter from reading about her, but in doing so, I learned about a remarkable young woman who was a light in the world. What a tragedy that someone so talented with so much potential should be wrenched from the world in this terrible way. Please accept my condolences for the loss of your beloved daughter.

  • Debra Murphy on 04.18.2013 at 9:21 pm

    Boston is a city of grace, history and nobility. BU stands for noble aspirations and the finest of educational endeavors. Our family in Florida sends our profound condolences to your family in this time of unfathomable sorrow and loss.

  • Ting Fei on 04.18.2013 at 9:28 pm

    R.I.P. All the best to your families.

  • Daguang Sun on 04.18.2013 at 9:32 pm

    She was so young,and so excellent,what a pitty.May you rest in peace.We all miss you,lingzi.The wish is from her hometown,Shengyang ,China.

  • Saul Morgenstern on 04.18.2013 at 9:34 pm

    The BU Community will remember Lingzi and her spirit long after those who caused this great loss are gone. We are all thinking of you.

  • Yingju Ma on 04.18.2013 at 9:34 pm

    Also as a Chinese graduate student in US, I can imagine what sadness this means to your family. Wish you can rest in peace.

  • Sharon Loo on 04.18.2013 at 9:47 pm

    May the comfort of family and friends give you strength for today and the day to come. With love and sympathy from fellow BU Alumni, Sharon Loo

  • Jack on 04.18.2013 at 9:58 pm

    Rest in peace.

  • Lincoln Chan on 04.18.2013 at 9:58 pm

    May you find peace in heaven!

    From a BU Alumni in Hong Kong.

  • Susan Icklan on 04.18.2013 at 10:09 pm

    Your loss is beyond comprehension and I am so sorry for you. It is amazing that your daughter traveled half across this world to attend school – she must have been so brave. It shows she was a joyful person who loved to experience life and culture that she chose to be at the finish line that day. You must be wonderful, supportive and nuturing parents. I am so sorry.

  • Philip on 04.18.2013 at 10:24 pm

    Rest in peace in heaven. Warmest regards to you and your family.

  • Maribel Hernandez on 04.18.2013 at 10:28 pm

    May the Lord provide you with strength and courage. I’m so heartfelt this happened to us in Boston, especially to your daughter. My sincere sympathy

  • Angran on 04.18.2013 at 10:33 pm


  • Kathy O'Donnell on 04.18.2013 at 10:40 pm

    To the Lu family, as the mother of three daughters, one of them a BU student, my heart is filled with sorrow at the loss of your lovely daughter. She sounded like such a bright light and you can be assured that Boston will hold her in our memories.

  • Lily S on 04.18.2013 at 10:40 pm

    Dear Lingzi’s parents, so many future students would benefit from your daughter’s legacy. I hope this will partly console your grief.

  • Kent Kang on 04.18.2013 at 10:40 pm

    Lingzi, we love you. All your brothers and sisters in BIT back home, we all love you. May you rest in peace at a place where there is no harm but happiness and laughter only.

  • sode on 04.18.2013 at 10:50 pm


  • L Leibensperger on 04.18.2013 at 10:50 pm

    God bless you and your beautiful, smart, and obviously beloved daughter.

  • sode on 04.18.2013 at 10:51 pm

    RIP girl

  • Dodge Yang on 04.18.2013 at 10:58 pm

    如此可爱 如此优秀的女孩,令子, 你永远活在我们心中。

  • Scott & Jane Walters on 04.18.2013 at 11:22 pm

    Our hearts and concern go out to you in the loss of your daughter, LU. Please know that the concern of many around the world go out to you.

  • Scott Walters on 04.18.2013 at 11:29 pm

    The prayers of the Boston University community and the concern of the world goes out to you as the loss of your wonderful daughter.

  • James on 04.18.2013 at 11:51 pm

    Your angelic smile will forever be remembered. RIP, Lingzi.

    To parents of Lingzi: I am so sorry for your loss…what a wonderful daughter you had brought up. Weeping with you…

  • XL on 04.19.2013 at 12:03 am

    Rest in peace. You were once one of us. Sending my sympathy from Japan.

  • Zhixi Chen on 04.19.2013 at 12:08 am

    I heared that she once be my classmate in a english class, fews days ago, we are all in USA, now she is in another world, I pray for her and wishes every survivals good.

  • Diana Shao on 04.19.2013 at 12:14 am

    I attended the same high school as Lingzi did, only graduated three years ahead of her. I can’t believe the news when I first saw it. I believe Lingzi is now somewhere up there, resting in eternal peace. May her parents recover from this tragedy soon.

  • 中国人 on 04.19.2013 at 12:15 am


  • Jichun Xue on 04.19.2013 at 12:19 am


  • Richard Chen on 04.19.2013 at 12:40 am

    May you sing in the heavens where evil & pain do not exist.

  • Jennifer on 04.19.2013 at 12:56 am

    As a fellow graduate student on the other side of the country, we are all connected by our shared experiences as BU students, now and always. Many thanks to the BU community for your solidarity and compassion in commemorating the life of Lu Lingzi. May her smile and her spirit continue to live on in the hearts and memories of those who knew her. Prayers and thoughts from Alaska to the good people of Boston.

  • Liu Zhang on 04.19.2013 at 1:28 am

    LingZi, R.I.P!sincerely bless ur family

  • Z. L. on 04.19.2013 at 1:50 am

    RIP and I sincerely wish her parents and friends will live through this hard time.

  • Fanny Sugiharto on 04.19.2013 at 1:59 am

    To Lu’s parents: My deepest condolences for the loss of your daughter. No words can describe how we all feel. I hope you find courage and strength to face it all. Rest in peace, Lingzi.

  • LIU Yang on 04.19.2013 at 2:22 am

    叔叔阿姨 请保重身体 磨难总会过去

  • Samantha on 04.19.2013 at 3:05 am

    Such an inspirational young lady. It is sad to believe that such a beautiful promising life can be taken away by such a cowardly act. Prayers and respect from El Paso, Texas

  • Philippe and Rita Bagot on 04.19.2013 at 5:36 am

    To Lingzi’s parents
    Your daughter’s inspiring smile tells us of the love you gave her. As BU foreign student parents ourselves, we feel for you and send you our deepest sympathy.
    Philippe and Rita Bagot – Paris, France

  • debra on 04.19.2013 at 6:56 am

    I was a grad student at BU too. I’m so sorry for your loss.

  • Emily H. on 04.19.2013 at 6:58 am

    To the Lu Family,
    It is so clear that Lingzi was and will continue to be loved. She was so beautiful and gifted, and no words can express my deepest sympathy for you all. The BU community is with you.
    -Love from a 2012 BU graduate and New Yorker

  • ANITA & SALMAN MAHDI on 04.19.2013 at 7:16 am

    We are deeply saddened by your loss and wish you strength and courage. It is our privilege to be able to support her memory.

  • Ke Wang, Aihua Jiang, Luna Wang on 04.19.2013 at 7:21 am



  • Young on 04.19.2013 at 7:50 am


  • Diane & Glenn Bellovin on 04.19.2013 at 8:23 am

    To the Lu family,

    We are so sad for the tragic loss of Lingzi. She seemed like a special person. Please accept our condolences, as our thoughts are with you at this time.

    Diane & Glenn, BU Alumni

  • Xinzi Chen on 04.19.2013 at 8:45 am


  • Wang, Yu on 04.19.2013 at 10:15 am


  • ChenChen on 04.19.2013 at 10:15 am

    对这么一个有着美好未来的姑娘来说,这真的太不幸了。愿你在天堂安息! 祈祷。 也祝愿你的家人节哀,愿他们健康。
    最后不得不说 中国的 one child policy 真的太残忍了。对这个家庭来说他们的未来他们的希望全部毁灭了。

  • Xiaoyan Yin on 04.19.2013 at 10:20 am


  • Wanlin Ren on 04.19.2013 at 10:33 am

    Deep heart broken…… Fully understand how sadness and painful you are experiencing now. As a Chinese student studying in Washington DC, U.S., my heart stays with you together. Me, and my parents in Beijing, sincerely present our condolences to Lingzi’s family and friends.

    Wanlin Ren
    Washington DC

  • guanzi on 04.19.2013 at 10:50 am

    为你祈福! blessing you!

  • Faisal AlHamdan on 04.19.2013 at 11:14 am

    To the Lu family and loved once, I hope you find solace and peace.

  • Suzanne Penn on 04.19.2013 at 11:17 am

    To the Mother and Father and Grandparents of Lingzi. I am so very sorry for the loss of your beautiful and smart daughter. How very proud you must be of all of her success and accomplishments. How honored you must be to have raised a daughter who achieved so much in her life. She was a treasure to you in her life, and I am so very sorry that you have suffered such a terrible loss. I feel connected to you and Lingzi. I am part of a Chinese American family. I adopted my daughter from China 14 years ago. I am blessed by my daughter as you were blessed by your daughter. My heart goes out to you in the loss of your pride and joy, your precious child, Lingzi. You all will remain in my thoughts. Most Respectfully, Suzanne Penn

  • X. Zhuang on 04.19.2013 at 11:50 am

    May people have peace, to handle this tragedy, to celebrate life, and to contribute to a better world.

  • Sarah Scgrock on 04.19.2013 at 12:02 pm

    Our hearts are heavy. May your legacy inspire our minds to achieve our highest potential. God bless your family and friends. The world weeps.

  • Franc Shelton on 04.19.2013 at 12:05 pm


  • Steve, Laurie, Maggi Yi Ju, Audrey Yang, Ben Hyun Suk on 04.19.2013 at 12:18 pm

    To the family, friends, and colleagues of Lingzi, you have our utmost deepest sympathy. We have two daughters we have adopted from China ages 16 and 7 and they have been VERY upset with what has happened this past week. Blessings out to everyone and be assurred that you have an entire nation mourning your loss.

    Respectively, Steve

  • Jeff Yuan on 04.19.2013 at 12:26 pm

    I came to USA from China for studying Statistics. Then I became a USA citizen and am having very good life in USA. I feel deeply sad and sorrow at the loss of a bright future and potential.

    My condolences to Lingzi’s family and friends.

    from Arizona

  • The Leung Family on 04.19.2013 at 1:58 pm

    Our family wants to express our deepest prayers, thoughts, and condolences to the Lu family during this difficult time. From what we have learned about Lingzi in the past few days, she was such a remarkable, beautiful and talented person who seemed to have such an incredible passion and love for life, as well as a warmth and spirit she shared with everyone around her. May your family be comforted by the warm and loving memories you have of Lingzi, and know that all of us in the nation and world are thinking of you and your family.

    Sending love and our deepest sympathy from Southern California,
    Terry, Cecilia, Michelle, and Ann Leung

  • LY on 04.19.2013 at 2:35 pm

    Also a student studying abroad in Boston, I want to send my deepest thoughts and condolences to family and friends of Lingzi. May she rest in peace, and those who live live with strength.

  • chunchen Liu on 04.19.2013 at 2:54 pm


  • woodstone on 04.19.2013 at 3:05 pm

    It’s a hard time for your parents now. If your spirit can still give them hope, please help them get through such a sadness and get recovered to keep living a good life.

  • QiaoyunWuWu on 04.19.2013 at 3:21 pm


  • Jichuan Shi on 04.19.2013 at 3:25 pm

    May Lingzi rest in peace. Send my sympathy to her family and friends.

  • Jihua Hao on 04.19.2013 at 4:54 pm


  • Dana on 04.19.2013 at 5:03 pm

    May the memory of Lu Lingzi live on at Boston University.

    As a member of the BU community, I am deeply saddened by the loss of one of our own. My deepest condolences to Lu Lingzi’s family and friends. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  • xiaoyun chen on 04.19.2013 at 5:05 pm

    I hope part of the donation can go to Lingzi’s parents in China. Their life will be very difficult without Lingzi around.

  • Ling Dai on 04.19.2013 at 5:11 pm


  • Aliza Werner on 04.19.2013 at 5:25 pm

    Our thoughts are with Lu’s family and friends. Our hearts are always in Boston, even if we are not. We are happy to be a part of something positive through this scholarship fund after such an unthinkable tragedy.

  • Xian Lin on 04.19.2013 at 6:04 pm


  • Terese on 04.19.2013 at 7:29 pm

    May Lingzi rest in peace. May her bereaved parents take comfort in that Lingzi lives on in our thoughts.

  • Edward Cheng on 04.19.2013 at 9:35 pm



  • Mary Brown on 04.19.2013 at 10:05 pm

    My heart breaks for your family at the loss of your beautiful daughter.

  • Jen jones on 04.19.2013 at 10:06 pm

    Dear Parent of Lingzi,
    We are so deeply sorry for your loss of your beautiful daughter. We adopted our daughter from China in September, and our heart is breaking for you and your family. Please know she will be loved and remembered by her American friends. Your family is in our prayers. Sincerely, the Jones/ Cropf family from Philadelphia

  • Chien-yu Liu on 04.19.2013 at 10:23 pm


    As an international student, I am deeply saddened and struck by Lingzi’s passing away. Hope Lingzi rest in peace in heaven. Also, deepest condolences to Lingzi’s family and friends. It must be really hard for you, but Lingzi will continue to live in many people’s mind. Lingzi’s spirits and smile have touched many many hearts. Like cherry blossoms, Lingzi, your wonder, pursuit for dreams, and passions for life will last forever in this world. And, you have brought changes to this world. May you rest in Peace.

  • Hu Wen Ching on 04.19.2013 at 10:25 pm


  • Stephen on 04.19.2013 at 10:44 pm


    professor at Chile

  • Yingwei Qi and Ben Read on 04.19.2013 at 11:11 pm

    我们对吕令子的不幸遇难深感悲痛, 希望以此转达我们的同情和支持。
    We are deeply saddened by Lu Lingzi’s death, and wish to convey our sympathy and support.

  • Lin zhao on 04.19.2013 at 11:13 pm


  • Jodie on 04.19.2013 at 11:33 pm

    Lingzi, I know that you would have made the world a better place. To all your family and friends, I send my deepest sympathies.

  • Zhang's Family on 04.20.2013 at 12:01 am



  • Feifei on 04.20.2013 at 12:11 am

    May you rest in peace, you’ll always be in my thoughts. Hope your family can get through this.

  • Montserrat González do Nascimento on 04.20.2013 at 4:30 am

    My more sincere condolences for Lu Lingzi family and friends and for all BU Community.

  • Kai on 04.20.2013 at 6:09 am

    Dear Lingzi, what happened to you is totally a tragedy, but you are a lucky girl, you passed away in a free country which practice universal value and a country which leads the global community, your name will always be with the people who love you as the scholarship aimed, your face will be remembered by the whole world thanks to the global media coverage. Now your family is around you, may you rest in peace and keep smiling, wherever you are.

  • Alex Ni on 04.20.2013 at 9:54 am


    It’s really sad to know the tragedy. Not only because you are from China, but your family has so much to suffer after that since you are the only child.

    May them be fine.

  • Lorenzo on 04.20.2013 at 10:24 am

    I am very saddened by the death of such beautiful creature, condolence for her family and of course for the family of the other two casualties.

  • Arnold Chin on 04.20.2013 at 10:27 am

    To Lu’s parents: My deepest condolences for the loss of your Lu Lingzi. You will not be forgotten. Rest in Peace.

  • Mark Eidlin on 04.20.2013 at 3:07 pm

    To the Lingzi Family,

    Our deepest condolences go out to you for the loss of your daughter Lu. Your family are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

    The Eidlin Family
    Pittsford, NY

    Mark Eidlin, CAS Class of 1990

  • Russ on 04.20.2013 at 3:14 pm

    Boston grieves for the loss of our host student from China as if she is our own.

  • Tad Zhang on 04.20.2013 at 3:43 pm

    May you peace in heaven. God will take care of you.

  • Ruby on 04.20.2013 at 10:11 pm

    叔叔阿姨请节哀, 这一定是你们最最痛苦和难过的时候, 但也请你们保重, 相信你们的女儿一定也希望你们能坚强乐观面对以后的日子。令子, 希望你在另一个世界可以幸福。

  • Michelle on 04.20.2013 at 10:13 pm

    God bless you, angel. Thank you for your sacrifice to be a reminder and message that peace must not wait any longer. Let us pray for peace and remember your gift. Much love and support to your family, and to you as you go back to Heaven.

  • Guo Ying on 04.20.2013 at 10:28 pm

    ling zi, u r so beautiful girl.I believe your kindness will guide u to the right way.There would be more peaceful.
    To your family: u have a great daught. She is still living in her own way and always missing you as you r.

    ‘Om Mani Peme Hung’

  • Pu Chen on 04.21.2013 at 1:49 am


  • Margaret Overton on 04.21.2013 at 5:58 am

    I am heartbroken that you have lost such a wonderful child. All of us in the US are grieving with you and thinking of you. Try to remember that your daughter was a shining example of the heights that human beings can reach–and that most humans strive for that, all over the world, everywhere. Let the love of those people everywhere comfort you.

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  • Dennis Smith on 04.21.2013 at 10:55 am

    To Lu’s parents,

    As a father of a 24 year old son my heart and soul feels for you at your immeasurable loss.
    Your daughter was an amazing, strong and brave young women of whom you must have been so proud.
    We will honor and remember her.
    We will keep her brave & pure spirit alive within all of us forever.

  • Larry Hughes on 04.21.2013 at 12:20 pm

    So very sorry to see such a promising young life taken from us under the most horrific circumstances. May her family know that all of America’s hearts go out to them in this time of great loss.

  • Julie King on 04.21.2013 at 2:25 pm

    This is such a terrible and needless tragedy. It could have just as easily been me as the victim had this event happened a couple of years ago. My heart grieves for your beautiful daughter and my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  • Sheri on 04.21.2013 at 2:27 pm

    We are so sorry for your loss. We have children living in China and abroad so we understand how difficult but important it was for you to allow her to leave you to study and live abroad. You are in our thoughts.

  • Judith Natkins on 04.21.2013 at 5:01 pm

    As a former BU graduate student (GRS ’81) my heart goes out to the family of Lingzi. I feel incredibly sad that her studies were so tragically cut short. Everything I have read about her show what an amazing young woman she was and what a bright future she would have had and I can only hope that your memories of such a wonderful person can bring you some measure of comfort.

  • JW on 04.21.2013 at 8:28 pm

    To the family of Lu Lingzi – I am sorry I never had the opportunity to meet your beautiful and intelligent daughter but her story resonates with me and you were so brave to let her travel far from home to pursue her dreams and realize her incredible potential. Americans are praying for Lingzi and her family.

  • Kim on 04.21.2013 at 9:09 pm

    We are so sorry for the loss of your beautiful daughter. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
    – The Goldman Family

  • Dennis on 04.22.2013 at 12:55 am

    I am heartbroken at the loss of your beautiful daughter. And I am so sorry that my country, to which she came in pursuit of her dreams, was unable to protect her. I can only hope that her days here were happy ones.

    Although I only know Lingzi through what I have read in the media, it is obvious that she was an incredible young woman, and in losing her both of our countries have suffered a tremendous loss.

    Your pain must be unbearable, but I hope it is some small solace to know that we in America love your daughter and are mourning for her and that the dreams that were so tragically taken from her will serve as an inspiration to many throughout the world.

    Her beautiful smile will always be remembered, and she will live forever in our hearts.

  • Eugene Hung (Hong Yuzhan) on 04.22.2013 at 1:24 am

    Dear Mr. and Mrs. Lu,

    I am so deeply sorry for the passing of your daughter Lingzi. I am also a parent, which helps me to imagine how excruciatingly painful this last week has been for you.

    Please forgive us, the American people, for not protecting your daughter better than we did. You hoped that we would welcome Lingzi to our country and make her feel as much at home as possible, and I believe our people did that. But you also entrusted us with taking care of her, and on Monday, we failed. Despite our efforts, we were not able to protect her and others from harm at the Boston Marathon. Please forgive us.

    As we’ve learned about your daughter this past week, we have been greatly impressed with her. But we have also been touched by what we’ve learned about *you* and your love for her.

    One thing we’ve learned is that you have treasured her deeply. In your open letter and through interviews, you have made obvious to the world that you have loved Lingzi as much as any child could ever be loved.

    We’ve also heard of your sacrifices for Lingzi. You worked hard and saved every bit of money to support her educational pursuits. And even though it would take your only child several thousand miles away from you, you knew that her longtime dream was to study in America – and you empowered her to go and live it.

    We’ve also seen in Lingzi’s life how well you raised her. Everything we’ve heard about Lingzi has made us greatly wish we had known her while she was here – her upbeat personality, her enthusiasm for trying new things, her diligent academic study, her sense of humor, her love of dogs and gourmet chocolate, her wide range of musical preferences (from classical to grunge), and her appreciation for her new school and her new city. She demonstrated a solid optimism and confidence. Given her young age, surely you had a lot to do with nurturing those qualities in her. It speaks well of the job you did raising her, and it testifies to your powerful love for her.

    But I know that these are terribly sad and dark days for you, and that the anguish is unbearable. Please know that the American people are holding you close to their hearts, and that as you grieve and mourn, we shed tears in great sympathy for you.

    Thank you for blessing the world with a wonderful daughter. We will always remember her – and you, the parents who have loved her so much.

    Eugene Hung (Hong Yuzhan)

  • Daniel & Lyn White on 04.22.2013 at 2:31 am

    We send our sincerest condolenses for the loss of your beautiful and talented daughter, Lingzi. Our family has been so sad since hearing about the senseless loss of this promising and bright girl from China who was destined to contribute so much to this world. She was so brave and independent, truly an inspiration for young people everywhere. We grieve with you, God bless you and rest in peace, Lingzi.
    Daniel, Lyn & Shaylee
    California, USA

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  • Zhiping Gong Stolarczyk on 04.22.2013 at 11:51 am

    We share your grief and we know that Lu Lingzi is now with her maker, we ask the GOD above to look after her and give her happiness. I myself come from Fushun, China, and I got married in Shenyang, so I know the value of your loss. Our prayers and taughts will always be with you and your beautiful Lu Lingzi. God Bless You

  • Britt-Marie on 04.22.2013 at 12:24 pm

    Your family is loved and supported through thoughts and prayers…by those you know and those you’ll never meet. God Bless. XOXO

  • Kevin & Kathy Lang on 04.22.2013 at 1:04 pm

    An unimaginable loss for your family. We will keep your family in our prayers.

  • marcia patricof on 04.22.2013 at 1:12 pm

    To the parents of Lu:

    My daughter is a student at BU. Although she didn’t personally know your daughter, we extend our condolences to you and your family. This is a tragedy that will never be forgotten. Her memory will live forever in our hearts.

  • Kelly Sandin on 04.22.2013 at 1:38 pm

    My sincerest condolences in the loss of your daughter. Our hearts go out to you and your family members. Your daughter is an inspiration for peace.

  • Shiela Kibbe on 04.22.2013 at 2:14 pm

    As a professor in the School of Music I was teaching in your welcoming city of Shenyang when the marathon tragedy occurred. I am so sorry that our two cities share this awful reality. I have two children of my own attending Boston University, and know that the friends your daughter made here will remember her forever. Please know that our community shares your grief and prays that you may find comfort.

  • Debra Wasser on 04.22.2013 at 2:20 pm

    To the parents and family of Lu Lingzi – We are so sorry for your loss. Please know that you are in the thoughts and prayers of all the BU families and all of America – we are so sorry this happened to your wonderful daughter.

  • Heike Schmitz-Fromherz on 04.22.2013 at 7:28 pm

    We are so sorry for your loss! As the parents of another BU student we can only imagine your grief and sorrow about loosing your beautiful, loving and talented daughter. Lu Lingzi and you are in our thoughts and our hearts!

  • J C on 04.22.2013 at 9:37 pm

    Dear Mr. and Mrs. Lu,

    I am so sorry for your loss and realize that no words can fill the void that is left. I did not have the privilege of knowing your daughter, but as a Chinese American and fellow graduate student at Boston University, I was touched by the stories about your daughter. Her story hit me especially hard because I am also a UC graduate and am from 20 minutes away from UC Riverside, which I heard she studied at and have friends who also attended that school.

    Everything I heard about her was how positive she always was, and I quickly realized that I should learn from her example. I am in law school and many times, all of us have considered quitting. Despite the various struggles, I and my fellow students have learned how to carry on by your daughter’s example. Although none of us knew who she was until the tragedy occurred, we have all learned from her example. We will continue to run our own individual races and have the strength to finish because of her story.

    Over the last week, I have been discussing the lessons that I have learned with my friends from home in California. They, along with me, have also learned how to be more positive and have been touched by your daughter’s story. As a result, we have all made donations or will be making donations to your daughter’s scholarship fund. It was a privilege for me to attend the memorial service and my friends were streaming it online.

    We will continue to remember the example that your daughter has set before us and wish you and your family the best during this difficult time.

  • Aaron Huber on 04.22.2013 at 9:55 pm

    Dear FAMILY of Lu Lingzi,

    I am so sad to see this beautiful photo of your daughter, and this loss to you. She looks
    like such a wonderful and sweet person! You must be very Proud of her and her accomplishments.
    May God’s PEACE soothe your hearts, sing melodies to your souls, and allow you to only be Strong and remember her as she is – a blessing. She would have lived a life to the fullest and made this world better. Please Continue on in her honor and Legacy and continue to live your lives to make the world more sweet, and good. And may God help you from this day forever!
    Your friend in the USA ,

  • Patrick Wido on 04.22.2013 at 10:44 pm

    I am so sorry to the parents of Lu Lingzi for their loss, and for my country for being unable to protect Lingzi. I never knew her; I’ve never even been to Boston. But I have learned about her from her family, and her friends through the past few days and her memorial service.

    It truly breaks my heart and hurts me deeply to see such a kind, sweet, beautiful, and perhaps most of all smart girl taken from you, her friends, and from all of us in the world.

    She was a uniquely wonderful girl, and it is a testament to your profound love that she was who she was.

    She will inspire me and countless others to carry on in this world from her upbeat personality, love of life, and her hard work.

    There are no words I can think of to truly lessen the pain, but I hope you find some small comfort in knowing that she will never be forgotten, and that I and America deeply mourn her loss.

  • Elise on 04.23.2013 at 12:38 am

    Dear Family of Lu Lingzi,

    I am so sorry for the loss of your daughter. The BU memorial service was very moving. What a gifted, hardworking, kind and generous person Lingzi clearly was. I cannot imagine the pain you are going through.
    I am thankful to BU that they have set up a scholarship, so her name and her achievements can live on. 
I myself have had many admirable students from China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. I had just started studying Mandarin and I recognized several words in Lingzi’s father’s eulogy: “teacher,” “beautiful,” and “thank you.” It is we who need to give thanks to the Lu family for the beautiful gifts Lingzi already gave to the world. With the scholarship, she will go on teaching us. Thank you so much. Xie xie.

  • Paula & John on 04.23.2013 at 12:58 am

    We’re both so sorry for the loss of your daughter Lu Lingzi. She looked so kind and very beautiful. Now, she is an angel in heaven. We feel a kinship with her since we both attended BU and our families are from China as well. May God bless you, strengthen and surround you with his love and peace now and always. I hope her Scholarship Fund will leave a lasting legacy in her memory and her dreams will live in the future students she will be helping. Blessings.

  • Paul on 04.23.2013 at 1:12 am

    Dear FAMILY of Lu Lingzi,

    Anyone who gazed upon your daughter’s smiling face knew that she was a beautiful person with a cheerful spirit that made all those who knew her happier. I weep not only for your loss, but for the loss of the world, for which your daughter had so much to offer. Please forgive us, we failed to protect your beautiful, precious, baby girl. Believe me when I say to you that we are broken, with nothing left but a burning desire for justice in an unjust world.

  • Jo Brisbane on 04.23.2013 at 9:33 am

    We are so very sorry for the loss of innocent people, such as your daughter LU Lingzi. We hope that you can find peace in your hearts, to replace the great sadness that you must now be feeling. Please accept the thoughts and prayers of the Brisbane family — Arthur, Jo, Allie, Maddie, Laura.

  • CL on 04.23.2013 at 11:39 am

    To the parents of Lu Lingzi: I feel so sorry for your loss of your lovely daughter. Her beautiful smile will always be remembered. Let’s keep her dream alive as the best way to memorize her.

  • Julie, David, Eliana Li-Ying and Lilah Lu-Jian Siegel on 04.23.2013 at 11:45 am

    To the parents and extended family of Lu Lingzi, we are so very deeply saddened by the loss of your talented, hard-working and beautiful daughter. As a Chinese-American family through adoption, we feel the loss of a daughter of China very keenly. Our hearts ache for you. We only hope that you can find some peace in the weeks and months to come, in knowing how beloved your daughter evidently was, and that she left the world a better place for having lived in it.

  • David and Emily on 04.23.2013 at 12:02 pm

    It’s heartbreaking reading your tender words in memory of your cherished daughter. As parents, we recognize the loving, compassionate care you gave to her, and we celebrate its truth and enlightened spirit. May you find peace and comfort.

  • Gabrielle on 04.23.2013 at 12:26 pm

    To the LU Lingzi Family: I am so sorry for your loss. I am sorry that your daughter went all the way to Boston for an education and was caught up in this senseless violence. You should be proud that you let her take a chance, to live in another country, and I am just so sorry that this ever happened. I have lived and studied overseas, too, including in Beijing, China for two years, and I think it is so good, and so important, to try and live in each other’s countries and increase understanding. I truly apologize that this happened to your daughter. I hope at least that the scholarship will keep her memory alive forever and she will be honored always. Please take care of yourselves and thank you.

  • Jim on 04.23.2013 at 2:22 pm

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you. My wife and I have a daughter at BU and can’t even imagine the depth of your loss – again we will continue praying for you and your family.

  • Sara on 04.23.2013 at 5:57 pm

    To the family of Lu Lingzi,
    I am so sorry for your loss. I didn’t know your daughter–I work at BU–but from everything I heard at last night’s beautiful memorial service, her radiant presence made the world a better place. I believe President Brown is right, that her light will shine on through this scholarship.
    My deepest condolences,

  • john wei on 04.23.2013 at 7:02 pm

    It is heartbreaking, a young life so full of promise. I can’t find the words to console her parents.

  • Amilly & Shae on 04.24.2013 at 12:50 am

    To Lingzi’s family,
    No words can express your loss but please remember that Lingzi has never truly died. Her form may have dissolved but her spirit lives on in our hearts forever. Her passion for education will live on in many through this scholarship. You will always be with us, with love from Vancouver Canada

  • John & Cora Pustaver on 04.24.2013 at 8:43 am

    Our hearts go out to the family of Lu Lingzi.

  • Peter S on 04.24.2013 at 3:38 pm

    Deeply saddened for this loss. My heart goes out to the Lu Lingzi family and her friends at BU.
    Her smile was contagious, her ethic inspiring. She made this world a better place with her grace.

  • Anthony on 04.24.2013 at 4:12 pm


    I didn’t know you but your death and story of inspiration has touched my heart. You were everything to many back home in China and I hope they will heal from this great loss & tragedy. I send all my love and strength to your love ones and pray for their hearts to mend but never forget the beautiful girl who grew up playing on her uncles shoulders :( :( :(

  • Mark Stepner on 04.25.2013 at 10:34 am

    As a member of the BU teaching community, I send Lu Lingzi’s family my deepest condolences on the loss of their wonderful daughter. May loving memories console her family and friends. Her optimistic spirit and boundless energy will always be cherished and will be remembered in many ways, including the BU scholarship in her name and memory.

  • Susan on 04.25.2013 at 10:43 am

    May Lu Lingzi rest in peace. She has such a sweet face, no doubt she is among the angels now.

  • Mary Slocum on 04.25.2013 at 11:20 am

    All the hearts of the BU family reach out and touch all the hearts of LU Lingzi’s family and friends. We all hold LU Lingzi.

  • Kate McHugh on 04.25.2013 at 3:17 pm

    As a parent of a BU Grad student as well, my heart goes out to your family. My deepest sympathies on the loss of your daughter in such a senseless way. May she rest in peace.

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  • Denise Sedor on 04.25.2013 at 8:30 pm

    The tragedy of the loss of your daughter has shaken the whole BU Community. Our family will keep your family in our prayers and we hope peace comes soon with the joyful memories of your daughter.

  • Robert Oliver on 04.25.2013 at 9:20 pm

    Attended BU in the 80’s,Our daughter graduated last May, we feel for the whole BU community and specially for her family,She is in a special place smiling at us and telling us she is fine. God Bless Her and the other victims. May this never happen again. Ponce,Puerto Rico

  • Sean McCrohon on 04.26.2013 at 1:17 am

    One thing we discover when a young, promising life like Lu Lingzi’s is lost is how much we see ourselves, our dreams, our children and our future in the eyes and smile of memorial photographs of the one so cruelly taken too young. We see the promise and the joy of living, and realize that Lu Lingzi was a part of all our futures and hopes, even those who did not know her firsthand. She is the sister or daughter or granddaughter of us all, as we seek, and she above all sought, to make the world a better place.

    We truly lost a gentle, capable and unique part of our world when she was victimized by hatred, the opposite of what she was about. But it is Lu Lingzi who will triumph, not her attackers. She is the one whose legacy, strength and hopes to study, learn a new culture, and reach out to others of a different nation, with kindness, patience and ambition we will carry on. Her smile will stay with us and her memory will inspire us to keep working to do better in our work to make the world one and at peace and to encourage more like her to come abroad and better themselves so that, like Lu Lingzi, they will make America, China and the world finer for their having lived.

    We will grieve for you Lu Lingzi and for your parents, for China, for America, and for ourselves, all of us, because we, all of us, lost you. Without strain, weight, or toil, because of your own glowing inner light and gentleness, Lu Lingzi, we will keep you safe, in our hearts, forever.

  • Kenneth and Nicole Grinnell on 04.26.2013 at 8:54 am

    To the family and friends of Lu Lingzi,

    Please accept our deepest sympathy upon the tragic loss of your daughter, clearly a lovely and bright young woman who had much to offer the world. May this scholarship fund help others like her, and help her spirit live on in helping make the world a better and more beautiful and peaceful place.

    Peace and Love to all of you,

    Ken Grinnell, SFA ’74, STH ’76
    Nicole Grinnell, SFA ’76

    Though our daughter is a graduate student at another university, we are both alumni of BU and were involved in the music at Marsh Chapel. We were married there in l976.

  • Annie Zhang on 04.26.2013 at 9:23 am

    I am saddened to see your beautiful pictures on TV. Came from China and attended BU, I feel a deep sorrow to this tragedy. Wish you peace and cheerful!

  • Magnus, Anne, Sarah on 04.26.2013 at 10:25 pm

    Rest in peace, Lu Lingzi. Our 7 year old daughter was born in China, I wonder if she will look like you when she grows up. You must have been an extraordinary student and person. We did not know you, but we feel connected through our daughter. I hope your family in China learns about this scholarship. Maybe one day they will visit Boston. I hope they can take care of themselves now when you are not coming back to see them and support them.

  • Patricia Leclair on 04.27.2013 at 9:02 am

    I am so heartsick about the loss of your beloved daughter. I am the mother of a Chinese adopted daughter, she means everything to me and I cannot comprehend your loss. I know she will never be forgotten in your hearts or the hearts of the people of Ma. and the world.I hope you will feel the warmth of the many people who have a place in their hearts for all of you. Peace

  • The Tobin Family on 04.27.2013 at 1:58 pm

    To the Lu family. May the memory of your beautiful daughter live on in your hearts and those who she touched. We did not know her but we feel your deep sorrow as parents ourselves. We hope the collective thoughts and prayers of the community will bring some comfort to you. May she rest in eternal peace.

  • Diana Han on 04.28.2013 at 3:08 pm


    我并不认识吕令子,可是这两周来,我的心却跟你们家人亲友一样沉浸在深深地悲痛之中,无法停止对她的怀念。唯求耶稣基督,我们的救主深深地安慰你们的心,只有祂有属天的能力,也只有祂能安慰得了人的心。当你们心中伤痛难当时,愿你们能向耶稣基督祈祷而得安慰。 愿主保守你们。 多多保重,像女儿那样坚强乐观地活下去。

  • BU MLA '13 on 04.28.2013 at 8:13 pm

    They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
    Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
    At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
    We will remember them.
    – Laurence Binyon

    Lest we forget.

  • Lissa Tyler Renaud on 04.29.2013 at 12:11 pm

    Your beautiful daughter was not only part of the BU community, or its community of international students, or of the Chinese community, but of the world community, and I send my horrified, saddened message of condolence as part of that world community. Our whole world has lost this bright, delightful young woman.

    My son is just on his way from California to the first “global university” in Shanghai–may our parts of the world come ever closer in our sympathies, so that we can lean on each other in times of grief such as this, and offer meaningful comfort. LU LINGZI: I will always remember her name.

  • Liming Liang on 05.01.2013 at 10:04 pm

    My deepest sorry for your loss. Ten years ago, I also came to the US to study statistics. Full of hope and curiosity, same as Lingzi. I hope my little help could make more people remember your lovely daughter. We are always with you and Lingzi.

    Liming Liang
    Harvard School of Public Health

  • Rose Fong on 05.04.2013 at 12:14 pm

    Our family’s thoughts of care are with you with your loss of your daughter Lu Lingzi. She accomplished many amazing goals and it has been with your love, guidance, and many sacrifices. We are so very sorry, and help our thoughts may give you some strength and comfort as you grieve, please know you are not alone as you grieve and our prayers are wtih you.

  • Michael P. Cohen on 05.04.2013 at 9:42 pm

    Lingzi, I did not know you and am not affiliated with Boston University. But I am a statistician and a member of the statistical community as you were. You were full of promise, dedication, and talent. This makes me very sad. Rest in peace.

  • Mary Ellen Frustaci on 05.06.2013 at 2:13 pm

    I echo Michael Cohen’s comments above. I have been a biostatistician for 16 years and feel a deep sense of loss to our community. Lingzi her family will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers.

    Mary Ellen Frustaci

  • Tom Lane on 05.29.2013 at 9:09 pm

    The Boston Chapter of the American Statistical Association would like to convey our sympathy to Lingzi’s family and friends. She was planning to attend our Career Day, and we looked forward to greeting her as our future colleague. We are so sad at her loss.

  • Kun on 01.31.2014 at 9:34 am

    I am so sorry for the loss of Lingzi’ family. As I am also from China, I know how difficult for the family to send their daughter to study abroad. I hope Lingzi can rest in peace.

  • Tianshan Cui on 04.15.2014 at 11:53 am

    I feel so sad for the loss of your daughter. Hope she can rest in peace. I know it’s hard to accept the truth, but please keep on to have a better life for her.

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  • Lingdi Zhang on 06.28.2014 at 9:48 pm

    I am sorry for the loss of Lingzi, and wish her peace in the heaven. I know how hard it is for her family to accept the loss of their lovely daughter, but I wish her family stay good and healthy.

  • Harold Borbridge on 07.16.2014 at 2:49 pm

    As parents, we’re so very sorry for the passing of your daughter. Her spirit remains strong and her example to move forward an inspiration for many … she and you are in our prayers and thoughts.

  • James Chan on 04.09.2015 at 2:45 am

    Sadness and Sorrow

  • Jeanne Mei-Mei Chow on 04.15.2015 at 7:37 am

    Dear loving parents,
    I wish you and your family love to sooth the incredible loss of your daughter. I must tell you that my husband, a physician who was watching me run, rushed to your daughter when the bombs went off. He was there to comfort her and tried his very best to take care of her medically. I want you to know that at her very last moments, she was being cared for in loving hands. I have waited two years to contact you because the day is still very tragic in our hearts. I hope you know that there is a web of connections in this world, and somehow, we will all take care of each other. I sincerely hope that you are able to read this, and perhaps we will be in contact in person.

  • Dave on 04.16.2015 at 5:26 pm

    I’ll be thinking of Lingzi this year as I run the marathon. It’s a different event for me now–I hope seeing us all out there in Lingzi’s honor brings some peace. Because that’s what the event is about–happiness and peace.

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