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September 22, 2022

My name is Kali and I am a senior in high school this year. I am currently working on a class project, researching 9/11 victims. I drew Garnet Bailey's name. For any of the family members or friends reading this, I am very sorry for your loss. 

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In Remembrance
Place of Residence:
Lynnfield, MA
Location on 9/11:
Los Angeles Kings | Director of Pro Scouting
The New York Times Portraits of Grief
Ace Bailey Children's Foundation

In Remembrance of Canadians Lost

Hobbies and Special Interests:
raising chickens and turkeys

When Garnet Bailey would come to scout a game in Worcester, Mass., he would announce himself by saying, "table for two, please" as a tribute to the legendary meals served when the IceCats were at home.

That is how Bill Ballou, a hockey writer for The Worcester Telegram and Gazette, remembers Mr. Bailey, adding that he was "a pretty aggressive player on the ice, but a sweetheart off the ice."

Mr. Bailey, 53, known as Ace, played 11 seasons in the National Hockey League, and was a scout for 20 years, the last seven as director of pro scouting for the Los Angeles Kings. The team's general manager, Dave Taylor, said Mr. Bailey had a gift for measuring the intangibles that a player could "bring to the table."

Food mattered at home in Lynnfield, Mass., too, according to his sister-in-law, Barbara Pothier. For his wife, Kathy, his son, Todd, and friends, he would cook a dish called "Bailey-baisse, with "every kind of meat you could think of -- tenderloin tips, chicken, pork chops, sausages," Sautéed, then baked with onions and tomatoes, Ms. Pothier said, "it was fall-off-the-bone delicious."

Mr. Bailey took a Los Angeles flight, United 175, from Boston on Sept. 11. It struck the World Trade Center.