A stone monument now stands on Tyngsborough’s Bicentennial Field complex, marking the newly dedicated Brian Kinney Baseball Diamond.
Kinney, an auditor for PricewaterhouseCoopers in Boston, was 28 when he was among those killed on United Airlines Flight 175, which struck New York’s twin towers on Sept. 11, 2001.
Kinney’s wife, Alison (Hardy-Kinney) Lewandowski, was a second-grade teacher at Tyngsborough Elementary School at the time.
Some of her former students, now seniors at Tyngsborough High School, were on hand for the dedication ceremony, held Sept. 11.
Now remarried, Lewandowski was a significant contributor to the baseball field, having donated $10,000 toward its construction as a show of gratitude for her community’s support in the days after the attacks 10 years ago.