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Frederic Gabler   30 Cantor Fitzgerald, NY United States  
Frederic, I have read your story and you have a new baby girl named Alexa who is absolutely beautiful. You will never be forgotten. --A friend - submitted: 2/20/2002 5:47:06 PM
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even though u never knew me nor will u ever know me. I am doing a report in school and came upon your name im sorry to hear the u have passed away its a terrible thing. - submitted: 4/10/2002 12:46:58 PM
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I knew Fred in elementary through high school. We were never close. But, he is still missed. Warmest wishes and hopes for his wife and his child he never got to see. - submitted: 5/8/2002 8:18:32 PM
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I am a photographer from Pennington Gap, Virginia and today (9-11-02) I attended a ceremony in this small Southwest Virginia town which placed a flagpole/American Flag in honor of Frederic Gabler. The flag/pole was a donation from the Modern Woodmen of America organization. The Woodmen pick one victim of the 9-11 attacks and dedicate the ceremony to this person and also place a wreath in their honor by the base of the pole. I never knew you Mr. Gabler, but today was for you
sdb
Rose Hill, Virginia - submitted: 9/11/2002 4:56:08 PM
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The last time I saw Fred Gabler was 12 years ago, but as soon as I heard the name I remembered you, you were that kind of person.
Jamie and Tanya,
Liverpool England - submitted: 2/25/2003 6:28:54 AM
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Frederic Gabler: Our heart felt sympathy to your family. May you rest in peace. john, patty marissa, johnny fasula - submitted: 5/3/2004 5:24:57 AM
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Fred - It's been a couple of years now, but I have not forgotten you. You were always so good at remembering me and keeping in touch. I will always remember you. Blessings and love to you and your family. - Faryl - submitted: 8/29/2004 10:01:55 PM
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I'm really sorry for your lost. keep your head up.
Rebecca - submitted: 10/11/2004 8:30:50 AM
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l love you home yorkeny - submitted: 1/19/2005 7:19:09 AM
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Strength to those who remember you. - submitted: 3/2/2005 12:08:21 PM
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bug, we'll never forget you. - submitted: 9/11/2005 8:45:11 AM
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My high school students in Israel learn about Freddy Gabler every year on 9-11. His life is not forgotten. Kol Tuv to his family. TPB - submitted: 9/11/2005 1:28:54 PM
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Fred I want to let your family know that you will never be forgotten. Your daughter Alexis is amazing and thinks about you everyday. - submitted: 12/1/2005 8:33:25 PM
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The shock and pain of September 11, 2001 was so great that I have been unable to express it until today. I know that you are safe in the arms of G-D, and I pray for the peace of G-D over your family until we all meet again in Heaven. With love, Cousin Eddie Gabler - submitted: 5/22/2006 7:28:17 AM
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Freddie, I dreamt I saw you at a restaurant in NYC...I ran over and hugged you, and said, "Fred, I thought...?" and you just smiled and said "I'm still here". It was so real that the vision of you lingered long after I woke up. I think about you all the time and I pray for you and for your beautiful family. Blessings, Sarah Margulies - submitted: 9/1/2006 10:57:23 PM
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You will never be forgotten - Stacy - submitted: 9/11/2007 5:03:08 PM
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I still have not forgotten. God Bless the families of this terrible tragedy. - submitted: 9/11/2007 9:00:58 PM
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Frederic Gabler was a kind man who evacuated a bomb in 1993 so nice he also helped people in the world trade center's to get them done and out of the building. He has saved most lives and would like to save his so lets be a helper like him to make a difference We Will never forget you. -Allan Jimenez - submitted: 9/12/2016 6:34:08 AM
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Richard P. Gabriel   54 Great Falls, VA United States  
American Airlines - Flight 77 - Managing Partner: Stratin Consulting - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:03:32 PM
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Richard,
You are in our prayers. An American hero. Thank you from a grateful nation. - submitted: 8/12/2002 7:18:47 PM
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Your last minutes were terrifying, I hope that now you are with God and Jesus. We will never forget that day. - submitted: 2/2/2012 10:35:35 AM
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Richard S. Gabrielle   50 West Haven, CT United States  
2 World Trade Center, 103rd. Floor, Aon Corp. - submitted: 8/19/2002
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Dear Richard,
You are truly an American Hero. Your memory will always be honored.
A friend - submitted: 9/7/2002 8:18:59 AM
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My Dearest Rich,

We continue to miss you deeply each and every day.

Everlasting love - 'til we meet again.
Monica

"To the living we owe respect, but to the dead we owe only the truth." - Voltaire - submitted: 1/28/2003 12:56:36 AM
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I love you and miss you so much, Uncle Richie....love always, Donna - submitted: 2/15/2006 6:06:09 PM
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James Andrew Gadiel   23 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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r.i.p - submitted: 3/13/2002 3:49:51 AM
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SO YOUNG SO SAD..MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU..KAT IN OHIO - submitted: 3/21/2002 5:53:14 AM
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Hey, James! I'm probably the last person you'd expect to hear from. You've probably forgotten me by now but I just wanted to say hi and let you know that I've been thinking about you. I know that we didn't hit it off really well at Kent Center School or at Housatonic but I just wanted to let you know that you were a smart kid and were destined to become something great. Shannon and Megan say hi, too. It sounds silly of me to say this now...but, I am very sorry for all that's happened. I wish there was something more to say to you. All I can really say is that(being a fellow Connecticut native and a lover of New York City, New York)you, like the New York City skyline will be missed terribly and can never be replaced. James, I know in my heart that you've gone to a better place and I wish for nothing but the best for your family. I hope that they will be able to look beyond all this and carry on while having the strength to move on and still keep your memory alive. Heh-heh...You probably can't believe that I've been crying the whole time that I've been writing this either...it's true, though. Like the words that have been written in the banners for all the victims and their families, you, James, will never be forgotten.
Erin K Coons
Kent Center School Class of 1991, Housatonic Valley Regional High School Class of 1995 - submitted: 9/11/2002 4:21:34 PM
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Please forward to James Gadiel's family:

How sad I was to learn on the 1st anniversary (by way of a memorial listing on the front page of a metropolitan Sydney daily) of the death of a Gadiel in the WTC tragedy. May I offer the heartfelt condolences of myself and my family to his nearest and dearest.

If his grandfather was Jacques and his father Peter, I believe there are personal links. I met them both many years ago in New York City; and Jacques knew my family in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), where he visited.

Australia's flags flew at half mast 11/9. We all remain profoundly moved by that sad event. Our deepest sympathies to the Gadiel family.

David Gadiel - Australia

The Gadiel family can contact Info@Sept11thMemorial.com for information on how to contact David. - submitted: 9/14/2002 7:16:34 AM
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Pamela Gaff   51 Robinsville, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - Aon Corp. - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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i dont know what to say on this day it was hard and long away from being done i love this jobe more then words can say because i rescue people evey day. - submitted: 11/26/2001 1:41:23 PM
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Pamela...may God bless your friends and family. I am thinking of you today and wondering who you were. Miranda in Vancouver. - submitted: 9/11/2002 6:39:24 PM
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We miss you every day Aunt Pam, but we know you are in a better place now!!! Love your niece, Lauren - submitted: 12/11/2006 2:53:17 PM
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Ervin Vincent Gailliard   42 Bronx, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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My prayers are with your loved ones.
You memory lives on. - submitted: 9/10/2002 1:41:49 PM
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Though we did not know Mr. Gailliard personally, we deeply regret that he lost his life on 9/11. His memory lives on through his legacy, and we will not forget the Union he helped establish at the World Trade Center. He helped protect the wellbeing of the workers of the World Trade Center and greatly impacted the lives of his family, wife and step-children. Today on 9/11 we commemorate his memory and we will not forget him. -Maayan and Gaby - submitted: 9/11/2014 6:28:55 AM
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Deanna Galante   32 Staten Island, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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Gone too soon....God bless you - submitted: 9/7/2002 12:36:01 PM
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Not a day goes by I don't think of you. Why did this have to happen? Your friend, Tania - submitted: 9/11/2002 5:12:07 PM
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Dee..i'll always remember you..i think of you all the time..i remember how you were always at my house when I was younger and I saw you all the time..now your not here anymore..i will always think of you dee and we all love and miss you..ill always remember your voice and your smile..i just hope your watching down on us Heaven with your baby, Matthew..love you always, Alyssa <3 - submitted: 9/11/2003 1:50:50 PM
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Deanna,
Andrew spoke about you today at a memorial honoring thoes who lost their on 9-11. May you and yor unborn child rest forever in the arms of the lord.
the Avella Family 9-11- 2010 - submitted: 9/11/2010 9:00:52 PM
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Grace Galante   29 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Dear Grace: I can't believe you are gone from us. You were such a beautiful person, inside and out. You have gone home to God too soon. I can't believe both our families are going through the same loss. I hope you are with my brother, Danny. I still can't believe you and Danny worked on the 105th floor of Cantor Fitzgerald and now you have both gone to heaven on the same day,September 11, 2001. We will never forget both of you. I'll never forget my brother Danny's words when he would see you at work from time to time: "I saw Gracie today. I know you are both looking down on our families, giving us the strength to go on each day without you. We love you and we miss you dearly. Rest in peace. Love Your Lifelong Friend, Angela Frunzi. - submitted: 12/13/2001 3:56:14 PM
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My own words are exhausted but those of Cathy Dennis in Too Many Walls were just right.
Living in wonder, thinking of you. Still looking for ways to uncover the truth.
You're so young is all they can say.
If I could change the way of the world you'd be alive today.
Too many walls have been built in-between us
Too many dreams have been shattered around us
If I seem to give up they'll still never win
Deep in my heart I know the strength is within
Deep inside I'm falling apart
All alone with a broken heart
Thinking in silence is all they allow
These words still unspoken may never be found
Too many walls have been built in-between us
Too many dreams have been shattered around us - submitted: 9/24/2002 8:35:49 AM
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I miss you so much and think about you every day. Life is not the same with out you. I love you and wish you were still here. I can't wait to see you in heaven. I know you are safe in the arms of Jesus now but I wish he would have left you with us. - submitted: 11/21/2002 1:59:11 PM
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German Castillo Galicia   Ozumba, Mexico  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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Gone too soon...RIP...God Bless You - submitted: 9/7/2002 12:34:02 PM
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My heart is heavy with Sept. 11th approaching and I just picked your name at random to say my thoughts and prayers are with you and the families who suffered and are still suffering the effects of the horrible day. God bless you and the USA. C. Gonzalez/Florida - submitted: 9/10/2003 4:52:32 PM
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Anthony E. Gallagher   41 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Tony was a classmate of mine, class of '79, Bay Shore High School. I haven't talked to Tony in 20 years. But when I heard the news, all I could think of is why. My heart goes out to Tony's family and friends. He was a good man. Bruce Lindeman - submitted: 10/22/2001 4:34:27 PM
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Daniel J. Gallagher   23 Red Bank, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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SO YOUNG SO SAD..MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU..KAT IN OHIO - submitted: 3/21/2002 5:54:04 AM
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I met Dan only a few times and only spoke for a brief time. In those short moments I could tell he was a person who loved life and only saw good in things. My daughter Lauren knew Dan from college. They were good friends. Dan asked Lauren to the school formal and she quickly accepted because I remember her saying how much fun he was to be around. They attended other school functions together and Lauren would always tell us how full of life he was. The tragic events of September took from us another glimmer of light in an otherwise troubled world.To Dan, may you rest in peace.You will always be remembered by those who have been fortunate enough to have known you.
Richard Ding - submitted: 3/27/2002 9:25:06 PM
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We are around the same age, and I feel so sad to know that your life has ended a lot sooner than it should have. I don't know you, but I'm sorry this has happened to you. May you rest in peace. You are in my thoughts and prayers. - submitted: 9/10/2002 11:46:10 PM
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Danny,
as every year passes, and my family grows, I can't help but think of you and how you were never given the chance to experience getting married, having kids, and all of the things i get to take for granted. I know we didn't see each other after we graduated, but I will always remember growing up as one of your friends...

Ed, Middletown, NJ - submitted: 8/5/2010 1:25:17 PM
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John Gallagher   31 Yonkers, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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John~
Your spot looks a little lonely, your friends and family must now be aware of this site yet. I just found out today! May God bless you, your family and friends John. A great deal was lost that day. Rest in peace John. You are missed :-(
But not forgotten :-) Jessica G. Campbellsville, KY - submitted: 7/7/2002 12:04:08 AM
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Rest in peace John - submitted: 9/17/2002 11:58:18 PM
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To me he's a hero - submitted: 9/11/2003 5:46:18 AM
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John, you will ALWAYS be Ishmael Bartholomew Aloysius. I met you at St. Vincent DePaul camp ages ago, and you will always live in my heart. You were a Pip. God Bless. - submitted: 6/21/2005 10:45:50 PM
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All of Us at St. Helena Parish still miss you - submitted: 10/10/2006 8:03:56 AM
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you were my camp counselor, a friend and an all around great guy. Watch over you family and friends. - submitted: 2/7/2007 10:18:03 AM
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here it is almost 8 years later and you are still truly missed. I will always remember Labor Day at the Yacht Club..who knew? your son is beautiful and growing up so quickly and Fran is so strong. You are always in my prayers John. God Bless..Maryellyn Kelly - submitted: 8/25/2009 9:53:35 AM
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Lourdes Galletti   33 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Human Resources Manager-AON Consulting.
We will remember you with affection. - submitted: 3/11/2002 7:12:30 AM
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Hi Lourdes, just thought I would share you are in my thoughts everyday. Somehow I feel you are working your ways into our lives ....things are happening the way you would advise me.
Gladys - submitted: 3/9/2006 7:23:27 AM
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Dear Lourdes, I never had the chance to meet but we spoke on the phone a lot. I am so glad I was able to help you at the time you needed me, you even made me a best person award". You were so happy that you got this great position at the World Trade center. I could not and I still can not believe that you are gone, after the tragedy I called your cell phone, the phone was ringing and your voice mail went on and I was just listening to your voice over and over again every day until the phone got disconnected. Somehow I believed if I will call your phone maybe one day you will pick up laughing and you will tell me that everything is ok and you are alive. But unfortunately did not happen. I am sure that you are in Heaven now and that everyone loves you because you are an amazing person. I will always remember you (your voice). Eva. - submitted: 9/10/2010 7:57:57 PM
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Cono E. Gallo   30 Maspeth, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Carr Futures - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Cono~
Sorry your memorial is lonely! Your family and friends must not know about this site yet. I just found it today! Cono, I know I didn't know you- but God bless you and your family and friends. We all love you. You will be missed :-(
But not forgotten :-) Jessica G. Campbellsville, KY - submitted: 7/7/2002 12:07:31 AM
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May God give your family and friends strength and guidance. You will always be a part of us Cono; and even though I never met you, it doesn't mean that you weren't important to me. God Bless! - submitted: 7/30/2002 5:28:29 PM
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Cono....The day you died, a part of me also died with you. You were the best brother a sister could ask for. I just wish I could have had a little more time with you to return all the favors you did for me. I love you and miss you very much. I know you went straight to Heaven that day and became our own personal Angel. I pray that someday soon we will meet again, so that you don't have to be all alone. I know you aren't scared, but maybe just a little sad that we weren't able to spend more time together. You are a true hero and one of the Greatest persons on this earth. I love you! Your sister...Lisa - submitted: 8/3/2002 9:35:34 PM
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Cono, I have thought of you and your family every single day since Sept. 11th. My heart breaks because you should be with us still today. Everyone misses you, especially your loving family. Personally, I will miss your laugh. We all will. My sister Rose even mentioned that that is one thing we will always remember about you - your laugh. I will also never forget the time we took the "special bus" from high school and my bookbag got stuck in the door. You made the bus driver stop the bus and open the door. If it wasn't for you Cono, I would have probably gone the entire ride with my book bag hanging out the door. Thanks for that Cono and thanks for all the childhood memories - like the time you dresses up like a women for Halloween!!! We miss you. Our hearts and prayers go out to you and your family.
Adrienne - submitted: 8/19/2002 7:16:43 PM
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Cono I will never forget your beautiful smile. You always had a distinctive grin I cannot explain,ever since you were little and it brought forth this warmth and kindness that you have. I think the last time I saw you was in front of OLMC church S.Cono Day 2001. And I just want to say that your kindness made others feel good. I don't remember what year it was but you went to Italy a few years ago with Vicky Lisa and Scott and you saw my father in the piazza and went over and said hi Zi Domenic and he must have told me so many times how nice you were to go over to him and say hello,that meant a lot to him, it just goes to show what a good ,kind and gentle person you are ,I wish I could write more but that stands out the most in my mind and if I dont end this I will end up erasing this again. God Bless You and keep an eye on all of us. Love Theresa - submitted: 9/10/2002 6:22:25 AM
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May God bless you in Heaven - submitted: 9/11/2002 2:20:04 PM
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Dear Cono,
Even though I've had no contact with your or your family since we were 14, there is not a moment that has passed since that dreaded day that I don't think of you, your family and your wife. God bless you and all those dear to you....your memory will never be erased. Donna - submitted: 1/16/2003 1:53:24 PM
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May God give your family and friends strength. - submitted: 9/11/2003 12:08:40 PM
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Cono, I did not you.But you're cousin Pasquale,and Elizabeth V,gave me the sad news .May God Bless and watch over you're family.God Bless You.
Sunny R. - submitted: 9/11/2006 11:49:23 AM
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Vincenzo Gallucci   36 Monroe, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Vincenzo, I never knew you, but I know that you had to be a brave and courageous man to do what you did, and go through all of that. My thoughts and prayers are with your family and loved ones.
Sincerely, Devan - submitted: 7/19/2002 9:49:49 AM
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Family, love, and friendship live forever, and you will live forever in the hearts of those you touched.
A Friend of Your Friend - submitted: 9/11/2002 1:44:54 PM
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I was very sad to hear of the loss of one of my high school schoolmates. My sincerest condolences go to Vinnie's family and friends and to all those whose lives he touched.
Kim M. Nolte - submitted: 9/10/2003 7:17:49 AM
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Thomas Edward Galvin   32 Manhattan, NY United States  
World Trade Center - senior vice president and corporate bond broker, Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Thomas~
Your memorial looked lonely. I wanted to write and let you know that people do care! Your friends and family must not know about this site yet. I just found out today. I pray for you, and all the lives lost SEPTEMBER 11th 2001. I hope I can meet each and everyone of you one day in a better place, under better circumstances. May God be with your family and friends Thomas! You are missed :-(
But not forgotten :-) Jessica G. Campbellsville, KY - submitted: 7/7/2002 12:12:11 AM
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think of france !
Que dieu te garde pres de lui dans la paix!
a french friend - submitted: 8/22/2002 11:04:37 AM
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Giovanna (Genni) Galletta Gambale   27 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - vice president in communications and media events, Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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I read a tribute to you by your father. You sound like a wonderful human being who cared about everyone around her. I want you to know that I will remember your name. You won't be forgotten. - submitted: 10/16/2001 10:07:44 PM
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God Bless you, Giovanna. I wish I had gotten the pleasure of knowing you. - submitted: 9/11/2002 2:35:43 PM
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I had met you a few times visiting your sister Antonia at work. I know you are looking down from heaven upon family and friends and acting as their guardian angel - submitted: 9/12/2002 9:09:47 AM
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Even today you are not forgotten...your smiling face breaks through the hurt. - submitted: 7/12/2006 5:27:15 AM
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I remember seeing a flyer for you. I would walk around the the west village and see all of the postings looking for loved ones. For some reason, yours stuck out. I can recall it saying "loving sister". I thought to myself: Giovanna, I have a sister Gianna. I felt an unbelievable compassion thinking how helpless I would feel if I couldn't find my sister. I think of you every year. I remember your face on the flyer with your big smile and know that you are looking down on your family smiling with them through every joyous event they have. May you rest in peace and may they have peace and closure from your loss. Know that you are not forgotten...even by a complete stranger. - submitted: 9/10/2011 4:43:50 PM
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Thomas Gambino Jr.   48 Babylon, NY United States  
World Trade Center - firefighter , New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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MY PRAYERS ARE WTH YOU. KAT IN OHIO - submitted: 3/21/2002 5:55:19 AM
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Uncle Tommy, I hope one day I can be as brave and noble as you are. You will forever be my personal hero. It's people like you that make the world a better place. - submitted: 3/21/2002 9:11:01 PM
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Thomas~
I do not know you personally. However I do know what you are made of. It took courage, faith and a heart of gold to risk your own life to help others! God what could have went through your mind when you walked up to that BIG, flaming, falling building KNOWING you might not make it out yourself. The amazing part is you, along with many other co-workers (probably friends)went in there knowing the risk! That my friend is a gift from God, it is called FAITH and LOVE. You had so much faith in God, you knew that he would help you through it. Along with so much love for the people in your heart knowing the risk- you took the job.. You are a true soldier Tommy. I know your family and friends miss you, and my heart goes out to them. Even though you all might not feel this way now, God knew what he was doing when he took him. A person like Tommy who had so much love and kindness and courage in his soul, God knew Tommy was a limited commodity. He wanted to relieve him of all the hurt and pain he felt as his heart went out to those people who were trapped with no way out, and the ones who were already lost.
To his niece or nephew who left that message on his memorial... God bless you child, you will see him again. God and your Uncle are preparing the perfect place for the rest of us to come and join them. He will have a wonderful story to tell us when we get there.
Just know that for every brave heart lost, they saved one or more scared brother or sister through God.
Thomas you died for what you believed in and that is "The American Way" I pray I have even 1/2 the courage and love you had my friend!
Love lost :-(
But not forgotten :-)
Jessica L. Gowen
Campbellsville, KY - submitted: 7/7/2002 12:39:57 AM
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The courage and strength of you and your fellow firefighters is something that will be written in history books for years and years to come. Your love for people is so immense and will never be forgotten. Thank you for touching us all with your bravery. -Annee - submitted: 7/30/2002 5:34:24 PM
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Giann F. Gamboa   26 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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I didn't know you Gian but I just want you to know that you are truly missed by everyone who was affected by September 11th. God bless you.
-K. Gibbs -Oregon
- submitted: 8/22/2002 3:40:44 PM
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I know you are in a peaceful place now, i really miss you. I'll never forget you because you'll always be in my heart. - submitted: 1/18/2003 6:33:36 PM
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I regret that we drifted apart throughout the years. You were a dear friend and I've missed you then, I miss you now, I will miss you always. Love you and God bless. - submitted: 9/11/2006 8:35:30 PM
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we will miss you very much. - submitted: 11/17/2006 2:14:54 PM
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we think of you and said our prayes for your family. - submitted: 6/4/2007 9:25:28 PM
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I just find out you died Brother. I knew you from church, but I you un heaven I promise. Marco - submitted: 10/25/2007 2:29:13 PM
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Dearest Giann!
You will always live in the hearts of all of us that were so fortunete to have Known you. We were able to learn From your loyalty and intense love for life.
Your friend that will always remember you:
Sandrino Rodriguez. - submitted: 9/8/2011 9:48:45 PM
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Ronald Gamboa   33 Los Angeles, CA United States  
Passenger - United Airlines Flight 175, Gap store manager - submitted: 9/13/2001 2:00:59 PM
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May the Lord bless your family and friends as we all unite as one! - submitted: 9/14/2001 3:11:04 PM
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You may be separated from your loved ones on these pages (Daniel & David Brandhorst) but you will always be together in God's loving arms. I can't imagine how you felt but can only pray you are at peace. - submitted: 11/7/2001 1:32:49 PM
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I am the husband of a Old Navy GM, I cannot imagine what your family has gone through, and I know I could not bear to lose my loved one so far from home. I know that ronald is at peace, and my families prayers are with every second, minute, hour day, week, month, and year. May God Bless you Ronald, and May god bless your family. - submitted: 12/27/2001 6:50:05 PM
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God bless you and your wonderful family. - submitted: 1/3/2002 4:37:35 PM
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Peter J. Ganci   55 North Massapequa, NY United States  
World Trade Center - chief of department, New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Ganci, 54, was working to rescue victims of the first tower collapse when the second tower crumbled, burying him and other high-level city fire officials. Friends described the Farmingdale, Long Island, native as a loyal comrade with a dearth of pretense and a love of practical jokes. For one, there was the time in the 1960s when Ganci "borrowed" a friend's horse in Farmingdale and took it to a town carnival. Unable to coax the horse into the back of his convertible, he led the animal down Farmingdale's busiest street. As Ganci rose through the ranks from Farmingdale volunteer to New York City firefighter to chief, certain things remained consistent, said Skip Schumeyer, a retired city firefighter who first met Ganci when Schumeyer was 10 years old and Ganci was his 18-year-old idol on the volunteer Farmingdale force. Ganci was devoted to his wife and three children, one of whom also became a New York City firefighter. He was always the last to leave a party. And, Schumeyer said, was always ready to help others. Two weeks ago, Ganci and his daughter took part in a canoe race to raise money to help pay the medical bills of a local firefighter's daughter. Ganci lost the race, but he long ago won the hearts of his community. "He had a chest full of medals," Schumeyer said. "But he never forgot his roots here." - submitted: 10/18/2001 10:31:53 PM
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My heart will always are with you. You have been my hero at September 11 terrorist attack.
Rest in peace:

Ronald Suen - submitted: 10/23/2003 9:32:27 AM
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Because of what you and your men did on that day. I am prouund to say that im going to be a firefighter for my city. bless all of the 343 firefighters that paid the price that September day. Josh Martinez - submitted: 12/25/2004 7:20:30 PM
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Claude Michael Gann   41 Roswell, GA United States  
World Trade Center - Algorithmics - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Michael, I never knew you, but still consider you a person who did not deserve to die. Just like the other couple thousand who died. Like I said I did not know you but still consider you a friend. I believe that everyone is friends wither or not you know them. I bet you were a great person and did not deserve to die. Michael, I wish the best of luck to your whole family and friends. - submitted: 3/1/2002 5:29:57 PM
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Mike, though I only met you a few times, I could tell about your heart. You definately had a heart for Jesus! You were always smiling and you made a tremendous impact on my father who grew up with you. I still hear stories about the things ya'll did. Your life as a follower of Jesus Christ will never be forgotten. We love you. Love, Ashleigh Parker - submitted: 9/11/2002 11:32:33 AM
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I was fortunate to be able to play some music with Mike. Mike was a great guitar player and had an excellent voice, he had a great attitude about music so playing with him was always a treat. He used to try to get me to go with him to play at Eddies Attic in Decatur Georgia, wish I had taken him up on that, I will go some night and when I play I will dedicate my songs to him, he was a great guy, lots of fun to be around. I cried alot 09/11/06 thinking of him and how this world would be a better place if he were still here, knowing it is a better place because of the time he spent here. I know there is a band in heaven and I know who's playin guitar and singin, Mike Gann - submitted: 9/12/2006 6:50:06 PM
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Lt. Charles William Garbarini   44 Pleasantville, NY United States  
World Trade Center - firefighter , New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are a hero we will forever hold close in our hearts. Your courage and sacrifice will never be forgotten. You are Gods angel now, fly free on the wings of love. - submitted: 6/2/2002 8:48:48 PM
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Andrew Garcia   62 Portola Valley, CA United States  
Passenger of United flight 93 who gave his life to save others. - submitted: 9/15/2001 5:08:02 PM
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Andrew was a businessman who was returning from a sales meeting in New Jersey. He was looking forward to the birth of a grandson, said his son Andrew Garcia Jr. The elder Garcia was a graduate of San Jose State University. He had worked for United Airlines in the 1960s as a purchasing agent. ''His biggest thing was helping people, caring for people,'' his son said. Andrew is survived by his two daughters, a son and his wife Dorothy. - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:16:34 PM
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Cesar R. Garcia   36 Staten Island, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 4:53:15 PM
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David Garcia   40 Freeport, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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I would like to say to the family of David Garcia God Bless, My wife and I knew David when he worked at GHI, a very pleasant fellow, also helping others, he will be missed. Bob & Adele Rampolla - submitted: 9/4/2002 11:54:24 AM
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As a long-time friend of Greg Garcia, David's uncle, a day doesn't pass by when I don't grieve in some way for David and all the other people who lost there lives on that horrible day. I looked up his picture on another web site, and low and behold, I can see the family resemblance from my memories of Greg. I hope to visit New York this summer. He tells me that this loss has been excrutiating for the family - he said David is the kind of guy who wouldn't hurt a fly. Please accept my sincere condolences. I just couldn't get the courage to do this before. It just hurts so much. God Bless each and every one in your family. My prayers are with you always. For the sake of David's children, I hope his wife and surviving relatives experience the healing and comfort only God can give. Jacqueline Suzanne Ellis - submitted: 4/12/2004 3:19:28 PM
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David, I don't know what has brought me to this page today, as I sit and watch the colorful leaves fall from the trees outside my window. Thoughts of you and the way we were, the four of us, surround me every day in many of things that I do and in the songs I hear. You occupy the first and final thoughts of each day. Your boys are amazing and I know they would be your best friends. Davin mysteriously listens to and plays on the piano, all of the same music you listened to at his age and beyond. He's learning to drive and will soon be off to college. Dylan is your carbon copy, his looks and demeanor copy you 100%. There can never be a "replacement" for the loss of a father and a soulmate. Even with another man in our lives and a big move to another part of the country, what is truly missing sometimes becomes too clearly apparant. I will always do my best to keep the image of you alive in the eyes of your sons and future grandchildren. I often wonder what you experienced in your final moments and where exactly you were. I will forever long for your smile, touch, your voice and your special love that is unique to a young and energetic nuclear family. "I'll love you forever..."...Your wife (Dear), Deborah - submitted: 10/16/2009 6:23:47 AM
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Deb asked me to write down some memories I have of you, David, and so many years later, I am moved to tears with the thought of how you died. You are still and always will be, loved and missed by your family and friends, me, Chris and Zoe among them. As I wrote to Deb, I feel your presence when we are in Deb and Davin and Dylan's company, you are always there in spirit,and will always be there in our hearts. Janice Sievers - submitted: 2/19/2015 11:58:44 AM
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Jorge Luis Morron Garcia   39 Queens, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 4:53:50 PM
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Juan Garcia   50 Brooklyn, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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I look back to the 20 years of my life, and I remember sharing my youth with your children. Your family has had a major affect in many of the decisions of my life. I grew up going to school with your oldest son Juan Garcia Jr. whom I have alot of love for. Shared many wonderful memories growing up to become the adults we are today. On 9-11 after all the headaches were done and over with all I could do was Thank God that no one close to me past away. I went on for months just grateful for that, til one day my mom saw your wife in the neighborhood. Mami came home and told me the horrific news on the last day of my finals in school in spring of 02. I was horrified and stunned I couldnt believe the news and it killed me. You were a great man. It kills me that within the past 5 years of my life I parted from sharing memories with your family; but I did think alot about them. Just dont worry your family are under good care. Rest In peace. - submitted: 5/11/2003 7:35:07 PM
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I never had the pleasure of meeting you but I have heard great stories about you and things you loved to do on your spare time. Your family loves you and thinks about you often im sure of that. I really believe everything happens for a reason but sadly this is by far the saddest tragedy thathad to happen for a reason... I always sit and wonder why this had to happen, I just dont understand. I've been through a lot with your family but they will always be in my thoughts and every night when I pray. I know your safe and looking down on them taking care of them all and watching them grow. You are deeply missed especially by me... Every September 11 since I learned of your death you've been on my mind and in my heart... Best wishes for you family, and one day we will all be together again, no sorrow, no pain and in forever happiness... God Bless you and the whole Garcia family - submitted: 4/9/2009 2:07:42 PM
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Marlyn Carmen Garcia   21 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - File Clerk at Marsh USA Inc. - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:19:30 PM
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Marlyn Carmen Garcia was nothing if not meticulous. In a bedroom she shared with sister Tonia, 17, in her parents' Brooklyn apartment, it's easy to tell which side Marlyn slept on. Her bed is carefully made up with dozens of stuffed Tweety Birds carefully arranged on top. ''Each one had its place,'' said Tonia. ''You could move a Tweety and she'd say, 'Why is this there?' '' The former high school valedictorian and prom queen had even laid out part of her outfit for Sept. 12: a charcoal Tommy Hilfiger hooded sweater with a matching pullover to go underneath. Garcia, 21, also always took great care to respond to e-mail. Every day she would write something on the computer, which is set up with a Tweety Bird mouse pad in a corner of the bedroom. ''I hope I get to see you Tuesday,'' she wrote to her favorite uncle, Dhido Cano, before going to sleep about 11 p.m. on Sept. 10. ''I'm going into work a little late because I want to vote.'' The day of the World Trade Center disaster was also the scheduled day of New York's mayoral primaries, and Garcia cared deeply about politics. A file clerk at Marsh USA Inc. on the 100th floor of the center's north tower and a full-time college student, she dreamed of graduating and working toward her master's degree. Garcia's father, Hector, said his daughter recently told him that she was writing a letter for each member of the family. ''But we have checked all over her room and we can't find anything,'' he said. The family plans to contact Microsoft Corp. to obtain Marlyn's computer password in hopes that the letters are stored in the hard drive. - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:20:16 PM
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Marlyn~
So very young! God bless you, your family and friends. You are the same age as me :-(
That makes me so sad! My heart goes out to you and your loved ones. You will see her smiling face again. She is smiling down on you now. Awaiting our arrival. We will see you soon Marlyn.
To her family, I hope you find those letters. I know you will cherish them like no other. GOD BLESS YOU ALL!
Jessica G. Campbellsville,KY - submitted: 7/7/2002 12:49:22 AM
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Today, In school, We wore the name of a Sept. 11th Victim on a star attached to our clothing. I had Marlyn. When I came home today, I did some research on her, and learned she was a wonderful, pretty, and smart human being. She will be a part of me from this moment on, and my heart goes out to the family and friends who lost her that dreadful day. Rest in Peace, Marlyn, You're in my prayers. - submitted: 9/11/2002 3:00:56 PM
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For Maryln's family' she will always be remebered. Even though she is no longer on earth, She still walks with us. She will be in my prayers always - submitted: 9/13/2012 8:07:34 AM
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Christopher Gardner   36 Darien, CT United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 4:54:36 PM
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Douglas B. Gardner   39 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - vice chairman of eSpeed, Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten.. - submitted: 5/4/2004 4:55:16 PM
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I worked with Doug and his father, Joe, in commercial real estate dealings. Doug distinguished himself as an astute, engaging and enthusiastic man who was, above all, a gentleman, as his father before him. Chuck Goldberg - submitted: 5/1/2007 1:47:58 AM
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Jeffrey Gardner   36 Hoboken, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - environmental insurance broker - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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I had been a colleague of Jeff's during our days at AIG. My sincere sympathy to his family. His warmth, personality, and big heart, has left it's mark for those he left behind. Godspeed my dear friend. - Bob Blackman - submitted: 12/4/2001 2:40:13 PM
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Thomas A Gardner   39 Oceanside, NY United States  
World Trade Center - firefighter , New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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He had tackled tenement fires in Harlem and chemical spills in Queens for his living, but Thomas Gardner spent his days off teaching children for free at the Bronx Zoo. The Haz-Mat Co. 1 firefighter earned a college degree in biology and education during his 17 years with the New York City Fire Department and planned a second career as a high school science teacher. "His first love was science and nature and animals," Gardner's wife, Liz, said from their home in Oceanside, where Gardner, 39, had an occasional job as a substitute teacher before joining Haz-Mat Co. 1. As a single man, Gardner had nursed injured birds back to health as a member of Volunteers for Wildlife in Huntington. That hobby gave way to fatherhood, and Amy, 9, and Christopher, 6, are keeping only frogs at home right now, their mother said. Gardner had specialized training on a spectrum of toxic threats, including anthrax, and flew to many parts of the country teaching law enforcement agencies to handle those dangers. A hockey fan, he played the game in Long Beach with a lifelong group of friends from all over Long Island. He also had a gift for comedy. Before joining the fire department, he worked briefly as an administrative assistant for NBC, and sold jokes to Joan Rivers, Phyllis Diller and Henny Youngman. Haz-Mat Co. 1 friend John Larocchia is himself a standup comic who had begun a radio show on Bellmore's tiny WGBB. Gardner played his straight man on the show. The two had just finished a treatment for a TV comedy on firemen. Gardner had endured building collapses, burns and other firefighting injuries during 12 years with Engine Co. 59 in Harlem. Firefighters in Squad 288, which shares a Maspeth firehouse with Haz-Mat Co. 1, had been pestering him to join them because of his experience. On Sept. 11, 18 people were lost from those two companies, the worst losses in the department citywide. "He felt a tremendous amount of guilt being in Haz-Mat, because they don't go to fires - he was always struggling with whether he was in the right place," Liz Gardner said. "He was always the person that people went to to help solve a problem." In addition to his wife and children, Gardner is survived by his parents, Margaret and Alfred Gardner of Flushing; brothers Joseph of Flushing and Fred of Phoenix; a grandmother, Rose Borrelli, three nieces and one nephew. A memorial service is being planned for next week. - Elizabeth Moore - submitted: 10/18/2001 10:55:42 PM
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I didn't know Thomas Gardner but I am proud to say that I represented him in a tribute to all who died in the Sept. 11 attack. The tribute was a part of my 2002 dance recital and Barb's School of Dance/Desiree's Dancers in Columbus, Nebraska. I wore his name proudly while me and my group danced to I Believe There Are Angels Among Us. Thomas Gardner you are a hero to me,my dance school, and our nation. Megan Frauendorfer - submitted: 7/4/2002 4:23:39 PM
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I don't know you, but you have the same name as my father (first middle and last) and I just wanted to tell you that you are in my heart and prayers...God Bless - submitted: 5/12/2003 11:34:47 AM
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William A. Gardner   45 Lynbrook, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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It's been almost 3 years. The three of us have faced drivers ed, jr. prom, senior prom, graduation, the death of Sparky, memorials, etc. You are always on my mind and in my heart. You were my best friend. The one person in the entire universe aside from God that knew me through and through. We miss you so much. I will always love you. Your wife, your best friend, Liz - submitted: 3/12/2004 1:50:22 PM
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Dearest Liz,
May it comfort you to know that complete strangers still come to these pages and read these loving tributes. Yours brought me to tears. May God Bless and keep your family until you one day see your beloved again. Diane Nadelhoffer Burlington, WI - submitted: 5/4/2004 4:58:57 PM
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Harvey J. Gardner III   35 Lakewood, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - supervisor, General Telecom - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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we love you and will miss you .The lord must have had something ready for you Harvey you were one of his missing angels we love you and are always thinking os you .FELICIA PAUL, VELEZ - submitted: 9/7/2002 9:11:41 PM
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we love you and will miss you .The lord must have had something ready for you Harvey you were one of his missing angels we love you and are always thinking oF you .FELICIA PAUL, VELEZ - submitted: 9/7/2002 9:13:14 PM
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Francesco Garfi   29 New York, NY United States  
Cantor Fitzgerald - World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:18:03 PM
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Blessings and prayers for you and your family... - submitted: 9/8/2004 10:01:59 PM
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Dear Frank,
I still think of you and all of the memories we shared as kids. You will always be in my thoughts. I'm sorry we let distance get the better of us. Miss you, Maria
In memory of Frank Garfi - submitted: 9/11/2007 10:29:03 AM
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RIPOSA IN PACE FRANCESCO - submitted: 4/24/2013 4:15:14 PM
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Rocco Gargano   28 Bayside, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:18:40 PM
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My dear brother, I miss you so much. Our hearts are linked together by memories that neither time nor distance can ever take away. We've shared so much throughout the years, but of the treasures we've shared the greatest is our love, closeness and friendship. I am honored to call you my brother. I love you. My life has no meaning without my dear Nino. I close my eyes and hold a picture of you, every night I place and sleep with your picture upon my heart. My dear brother I love you and miss you so much. - submitted: 8/31/2004 9:00:47 PM
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James Gartenberg   36 Manhattan, NY United States  
World Trade Center - associate director, Julien J. Studley Inc. - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Jimmy-We love and miss you. Nicole is fine-she still loves her fake cell phone and purses. We've missed you this past holiday-All is well. **sarah and diane** - submitted: 11/6/2001 7:35:10 AM
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Remembering a lovely man and great gentleman. Chuck Goldberg - submitted: 5/1/2007 1:52:06 AM
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Matthew David Garvey   37  
World Trade Center - firefighter , New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Matthew--I did not know you, but I hope that you are looking down on us from Heaven and you know how much you are appreciated. You are truly a hero to your country. Thank you for all of your courage and bravery. God bless you. You will always be remembered. - submitted: 9/10/2002 11:51:30 PM
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I chose at random Matthew D. Garvey, and I have his name on a copper tribute bracelet that I wear each September & always keep on my desk. To Matthew I send prayers that you are in a place filled with peace and no pain. To his family and friends, I send loving thoughts from the mountains of Vermont. - submitted: 10/21/2003 2:33:43 PM
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To those who are family of Matthew Garvey, FDNY, USMC, and those who worked with Firefighter Garvey. I am remembering each of you in family, at FDNY Squad 1 and all Units, and the USMC and all Units of the US Military.
G-d Bless you all and thank you for your continued service to the people of the United States of America.
From Albany, New York - submitted: 11/11/2003 1:56:15 PM
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FOR ALL WHO READ THIS. GUNNY GARVY IS AND ALWAYS WILL BE MY GUNNERY SGT. HE TOUGHT ME SO MANY OF LIFES VIRTUES. IAM A MARINE WHO IS UNBELEAVABLY PROUD TO HAVE BEEN IN A COMMAND UNDER HIM. WE BOTH WERE ACTIVE DUTY, WE MET IN THE RESERVES. I SALUTE HIM EVERY DAY, I PASS EXIT 35.. FOR PINELAWN. I REGRET THAT MAYBE 3 TIMES I FORGOT IN THE PAST 3 YEARS TO RENDER A SALUTE THE LEAST I CAN DO, TO REMEMBER A HERO/MENTOR....A MAN.....A MARINE WHO LOOKED OUT FOR ME....SIGNED SGT. HERON U.S.M.C./N.Y.P.D - submitted: 8/7/2004 6:18:44 PM
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Matt was my room mate and best friend in the Marines. I knew him better than most and feel qualified to say he was the best man I ever knew. I trusted him with me life. God keep you and rest in peace Matt. Bob Cook - submitted: 7/5/2008 4:06:58 PM
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Moment of Silence today at the San Ysidro Border for you and all of the other HEROES of 09/11....
Can't help but think about the days we spent in Corps humping thorgh the fields and jumping from helos and C-130's.
Miss you smile and the way you took care of the troops.
Semper Fi,
Walt McDaniel
Aka: Cpl/Mac 08/83-12/89 - submitted: 9/11/2008 6:33:37 AM
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Gunny - you are the best Marine I've ever met or served under. May God bless you now and forever. Semper Fidelis. - submitted: 9/11/2014 7:05:44 AM
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Bruce H Gary   51 Bellmore, NY United States  
World Trade Center - firefighter, New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Brucie - A great Firefighter and a greater man. We miss you and pray for your family.
Love you always, Cliff & Peggy Krug - submitted: 9/15/2003 11:06:10 PM
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We will always remember you. With love always till we meet again.
The Karols and The Martins - submitted: 3/17/2005 12:11:45 PM
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Bruce,
It has been a long time! I remember all the times seeing you down at the roller hockey rink cheering your son on. I recently saw your son and he has grown up to be a good man. You should be very proud of him. please keep an eye on all of us. You are our guiding angel. Until we meet again.....
Michael Manara - submitted: 8/4/2006 4:35:56 AM
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I love you Uncle Bruce.

Love,
Kristen - submitted: 8/2/2009 12:29:18 PM
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Boyd A. Gatton   38 Jersey City, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are thought of everyday and missed just as often - submitted: 10/16/2002 2:04:45 PM
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Boyd, It's been ten years now I miss you very much. I think about you all the time. I will never be the same. The world lost "a good man" and I lost a brother. I hope you liked what I said at your service, and the flag memorial at the Shrine Center in Livingston. Love you B. - submitted: 8/31/2010 9:46:40 AM
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Donald Richard Gavagan   35 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Your story touched us deeply, as we are also parents of twins. God Bless your dear wife and children. - submitted: 2/26/2002 4:58:07 PM
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Peter Allan Gay   54 Tewksbury, MA United States  
Passenger - American Airlines Flight 11, Raytheon Co - submitted: 9/13/2001 9:22:55 AM
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Peter was the senior troubleshooter for Lexington-based defense contractor Raytheon Co. He was on his weekly transcontinental commute. Gay was well-known in the area after previously managing Raytheon's big plant in Andover. At Raytheon, he had worked his way through the ranks after starting as a summer intern thought Northeastern University's co-op program. Fellow employees recalled Gay as a talented manager with a quick wit and a passion for sports like volleyball. He leaves his wife Linda and three children. - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:21:08 PM
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Just he was a great person and an awesome friend to everyone. We love you very much and God Bless! - submitted: 11/20/2005 11:18:16 AM
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Terrance D Gazzani   24 Brooklyn, NY United States  
At the end of the week's bond trading at Cantor Fitzgerald, Terrence Gazzini geared up for a weekend that was equally demanding but a lot more fun. He and a group of friends shared a beach house in Hampton Bays, where he worked as a bouncer at Boardy Barn, a popular Hamptons nightclub. "This summer was going to be the last," said Tracy Gazzini, his mother. "He started there in college, but bouncing and working at Cantor Fitzgerald was a little bit too much. And he still had to go out." In the city, where he lived with his parents in Bay Ridge, in Brooklyn, Mr. Gazzini, 24, went to the gym after work or to restaurants and nightclubs with friends. His style was friendly and laid-back. "All his cousins wanted to be as cool as he was," Mrs. Gazzini said. "He lit up a room," she added. "I keep waiting to hear him say: `Ma, could you have this shirt ready for me? I'm going out.' " - submitted: 10/18/2001 9:48:03 PM
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I am soooo sorry. I hope your family and friends are doing well. You will always be remembered and loved by many. God Bless!!! - submitted: 11/20/2005 11:25:54 AM
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Frankie P Gee   65 NY, NY United States  
Dear frankie We are not letting you die in vein we are out there trying to fight this terrible fight on terrorism for victims like yourself rest in peace and say hi to all of those in heaven for me - submitted: 3/23/2003 7:38:34 PM
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Gary Geidel   New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - firefighter , New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Gental Giant,Rest in peace. You were truly a good man. The world will miss you I know I will. I learned being mean or unkind was not in your heart. - submitted: 12/6/2001 3:18:48 PM
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Paul Hamilton Geier   36 Farmingdale, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:20:40 PM
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Julie Geis   44 Lees Summit, MO United States  
World Trade Center - Aon Corp. - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Julie was an absolutely incredible person. I was in her class from K-12. She excelled at everything she did - academics, sports, and music. Most of all, she was a kind person.
Kevin R. Henke 3/23/02 - submitted: 3/22/2002 5:30:50 PM
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My friend Julie Geis was in the south tower of the WTC one year ago today. Julie never came home to us, but her indominatable spirit, her legacy of giving and her contagious smile and laugh all live on in the hearts of the many people who loved her and whose lives she touched in such a profound way. She will always be loved, she will always be missed, and she will never be forgotten. - submitted: 9/12/2002 2:57:22 PM
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Peter Gelinas   34 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - partner, Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Pete Gelinas was one of the neatest people you will ever meet. Always smiling and happy Pete could easily entertain a room of all ages. He will be dearly missed by all of the people that he touched. NYC, Villanova, Bronksville and especially; Madison have lost a dear friend.
Respectfully,
Rob Goulet - submitted: 11/5/2001 8:24:35 AM
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Pete's love of life was enormous! He went out of his way to make others feel welcome and his sense of humour was outstanding. I am a better person to have known him. - submitted: 3/16/2002 9:53:56 AM
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Hello my name is also Peter Gelinas. I am very sorry to Peter's family for his loss. I was searching the web with my name and found this. I will honor my name as Peter Gordon Gelinas just as I will honor Peter Gelinas who lost his wonderful life the day of September 11th. My name is not very common and to see this just tells me that us Peter Gelinas' are special people.. with love to you Pete and your family.
Peter Gelinas Rome, NY - submitted: 1/29/2007 4:13:19 PM
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Steve Paul Geller   52 Manhattan, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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How to describe Steven P. Geller's love of cooking? Envision a man prowling the touchstones of Upper West Side cuisine - Zabar's, Citarella and the like - looking, say, for the perfect green pepper. Imagine a Food Network enthusiast for whom an episode of "Iron Chef" was reason to drop everything. "I have pots and pans here that are worth more than my jewelry," said his wife, Debra Geller, with complete seriousness and not a trace of resentment. Mrs. Geller suspects that she may have been the catalyst for Mr. Geller's quest for great food. "I come from a long line of non-cooking women," she confessed. Her husband, she suggested, most likely gravitated toward the kitchen as "a sort of survival technique." Mr. Geller, a 52-year-old institutional trader at Cantor Fitzgerald, embraced the role. Presentation - the more ostentatious the better - became a pet cause. He wore chef shirts and he cooked not by the book - heavens, no - but like a jazz artist. He made their daughter, Hali, 12, his chief assistant and partner in cuisine. "He was sort of cloning himself," Mrs. Geller said. - submitted: 10/31/2001 11:23:15 PM
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Howard G. Gelling Jr   28 Manhattan, NY United States  
World Trade Center - managing director, Sandler O'Neill & Partners - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Howard was my Cousin. Words can't describe our family has suffered. His memory will always be with me. - submitted: 1/30/2003 11:07:05 AM
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Peter Victor Genco   36 Rockville Centre, NY United States  
World Trade Center - bond trader, Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:21:47 PM
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Peter, we miss you so, it seems to grow by the days and years. Please continue to guide all of us and strengthen our spirits to somehow find "peace" without you here.
Love your family. - submitted: 3/15/2005 11:24:56 AM
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Steven Gregory Genovese   37 Basking Ridge, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Steven-I am a better person for having known you. You will never be forgotten. - submitted: 11/9/2001 10:21:18 AM
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From the family of Steven Genovese -- thank you to the many, many people who reached out to our family with so much love, kindness, and support during this difficult time. We love you Steven and will forever honor your life and memory. - submitted: 11/9/2001 5:42:08 PM
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My dear Steve, you are my oldest friend of over 21 years. I watched you grow from a long-haired motorcross badboy to a corporate phenomenon. You made sure our friendship was strong right up until we lost you. You never let me forget what we had. I can never express all the precious things you have shown me and given me through the years...but the most important were love without condition, pure freedom, true friendship and complete trust. I'm so grateful I was able to let you know how essential your position was in my life. I know I will never match the uniqueness of our relationship with anyone again, it was truly a gift. MissU811...more than I can say, you were and still are, my light.~Dani - submitted: 12/13/2001 12:44:54 PM
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my heart goes out to your beautiful wife and daughter. I am sure you will watch over them like an angel. - submitted: 2/6/2002 9:14:24 PM
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God bless you, your family and friends Steven. Sadly lost :-(
But never forgotten :-)
Love, Jessica G. Campbellsville, Ky
P.S. Extra special love to his beautiful wife and daughter. You will always have a part of him through her, and she will carry his name proudly. You will get to see him again... He is in heaven awaiting our arrival. TRUST IN THE LORD! Keep your head up :-) - submitted: 7/7/2002 12:57:44 AM
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I never knew you or your family, however, I've read the stories and I've heard your name. My prayers are for the Genovese family and their friends this Christmas, and everyday. I pray they will live on with hope, peace, and the love it seems evident Steve possessed. May God be with you in this new year. May his guidance turn your greif into truiph and may your empty hearts overwhelm with His love and joy. I'll always remember your story and I will continue to pray for the entire family...God Bless You! - submitted: 12/25/2002 6:36:30 PM
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Steve.....I think about you alot. My prayers are with you, and my heart goes out to your wife and daughter...your Mom and Dad...and your brother John. JMC Manahawkin, N.J. - submitted: 9/13/2003 8:56:45 AM
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You are still remembered through the timelessness of love carried in human hearts. May you never be forgotten, you were a beautiful human. - submitted: 1/2/2004 4:51:58 PM
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Judie Gentile   29 N.Y., NY United States  
September 11th, a feeling of dread as we heard the news, now we must forever remember the terror of our loss. We love you. - submitted: 10/13/2001 11:37:52 PM
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When I first heard of the disaster, I thought that you would not have been affected. That you were safe. Then I tried to call your office..no answer... I searched for you day and night, only to find you were nowhere. You will not be forgotten and they will pay for the pain they have caused. Your death will not be in vain - submitted: 10/20/2001 5:15:51 PM
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Alayne F. Gentul   44 Mountain Lakes, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - director of human resources, Fiduciary Trust International - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:23:18 PM
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A dear friend from Rutgers...a strong will who helped others to safety on 9/11...as I read in the NY Times ten years ago...you will always be remembered by those from Rutgers who were blessed to have been your friend so many years ago... - submitted: 9/11/2011 6:42:40 PM
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Linda George   27 Westboro, MA United States  
American Airlines - Flight 11 - TJX Co. - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:22:42 PM
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Linda George, 27, of Westboro, Mass, was preparing for her upcoming wedding to another TJX associate, Jeffrey Pereira. The couple had been saving to buy their first house. ''She was the most thoughtful, beautiful woman that I've ever met,'' Pereira said. - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:28:45 PM
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Your TJX family will never forget........ rest in peace - submitted: 9/10/2003 7:08:55 PM
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Linda you were like a sister to me you came on many a family trips with us. You will always be in my heart and thoughts. I miss you. I love you.
Ed Rabb (Needleman) - submitted: 9/25/2006 4:16:36 PM
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Edward F. Geraghty   45 Rockville Centre, NY United States  
World Trade Center - battalion commander, New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Thanks to you a life was saved. Thanks to you a person now has hope that tommorrow will be better. I want to thank you becuase you are an example of love for others and love for life and for your work. For your job is a human serving job. My prayers are with you and I know your with God.
Love,
Cindy Ruiz - submitted: 10/17/2001 10:34:28 AM
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You are a very special person and I support your son's work to make September 11 National Fireman's Day. - submitted: 3/21/2002 4:51:37 PM
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hi,
my name is shirley mc garity. my ancestor's last name was orginally geraghty. edward geraghty was a very brave man and a true american hero. he will be remembered forever. irish blessings. shirley mc garity - submitted: 5/8/2002 6:47:06 AM
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Unfortunately we did not receive the privilege of meeting you. But you have an amazing faimly and you are truly loved and missed. Thank you for being the hero you were!
--The Stapleton Family - submitted: 7/16/2003 12:49:33 PM
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Suzanne Geraty   30 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - system support worker, Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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I fondly remember Suzanne from our summers at Marist Brothers Camp in Esopus, New York. We served as counselors for handicapped children and adults for a number of years. Suzanne was always a joyful person - the type that could make you see the bright side of anything. In her short life she had the gift of sharing her bright outlook with many people. May peace be with her. Sincerely, Jennifer Darvalics - Scheeser - submitted: 12/7/2001 9:16:46 PM
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Suzanne: no one had ever lived a fuller life or had ever enjoyed life more. My life without you will never be the same. I look for you in every window, I feel you in every wind. You are forever my friend. - submitted: 4/13/2002 5:54:38 PM
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dear sues i still miss you dearly. Love Your Bro Sean - submitted: 1/23/2009 8:56:55 AM
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Ralph Gerhardt   34 Manhattan, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:24:25 PM
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Robert J. Gerlich   56 Monroe, CT United States  
World Trade Center - accountant and consultant, Reinsurance Solutions Inc. - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:24:55 PM
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Denis P Germain   33 Tuxedo Park, NY United States  
World Trade Center - firefighter , New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You lost your life so others could live theirs, your a hero forever in our thoughts, our history, our hearts - submitted: 4/4/2004 1:35:25 AM
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You are missed not just today but everyday by those who loved you. You will be alive in our memories forever. - submitted: 9/11/2008 4:25:33 AM
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Marina R. Gertsberg   25 Brooklyn, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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I never had the honor of meeting you, but after learning so much about you, I feel like I lost someone close. You must have been an incredible person. My heart goes out to your father and to all those who love you. You and your mother are at a better place now, together. God bless you. - submitted: 1/14/2003 2:36:08 PM
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I didn't know Marina, but I have read about her at the Web site of her (and my) alma mater, SUNY Binghamton. I wish to express my sorrow at her loss. I send my deepest sympathy to her family. - submitted: 1/17/2003 11:37:11 PM
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Susan M. Getzendanner   57 Manhattan, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:25:35 PM
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"Hail Poetry!" Chuck Goldberg - submitted: 5/1/2007 1:48:59 AM
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Lawrence Daniel Getzfred   57 Elgin, NE United States  
Pentagon - Sailor, Navy Captain - submitted: 9/14/2001 4:37:15 PM
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Lawrence Getzfred, 57, grew up in Elgin, Neb., a town of about 800. Soon after he received his high school diploma in 1962, he enlisted in the Navy. Four of his six brothers did the same. Getzfred was 19 years old and looking for a career that could pay for his schooling and take him around the country, said Betty Getzfred, his sister-in-law. ''It's a family thing,'' she said. ''It was a way to get their education.'' Over 38 years, Getzfred served in Hawaii, England, California and Washington, and was on active duty during the Vietnam and Persian Gulf wars. Betty Getzfred said he had been stationed at the Pentagon for three years and had just started his second tour there. He worked as a captain in security, she said. Getzfred and his wife, Pat, a Montessori school teacher, have two daughters. Just two months ago, they spent a week in Elgin visiting family. - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:29:48 PM
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James Gerard Geyer   41 Rockville Centre, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Jim was my daughter's soccer coach. He was a big kid with a wide, warm smile, and a terrific sense of humor. Kids loved him and their parents adored him. He gave his time and his love of the game to all the kids and we are truly blessed to have had in our lives. - submitted: 7/4/2002 9:24:34 AM
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Cortz Ghee   54 Reisterstown, MD United States  
Pentagon - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:26:11 PM
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Blessings and prayers for you and your family... - submitted: 9/8/2004 10:03:49 PM
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Joseph M. Giaccone   43 Monroe, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten.. - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:26:36 PM
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Lt. Vincent Francis Giammona   40 Valley Stream, NY United States  
World Trade Center - firefighter, New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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I MISS YOU VINNY and CAN"T WAIT TO LAUGH with MY BIG BROTHER AGAIN. I LOVE YOU -- LINDA - submitted: 6/6/2002 3:49:23 PM
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Happy Birthday Vin!
Thinking of you today & always. love,Bianca - submitted: 9/10/2005 11:15:41 PM
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I MISS YOU VINNY....Linda - submitted: 2/3/2006 8:35:48 PM
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Debra L. Gibbon   43 Hackettstown, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - senior vice president, Aon Corp. - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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We will miss you! - Hackettstown Resident - submitted: 2/27/2002 5:15:51 PM
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Your family is in my prayers.-- Long Valley Resident - submitted: 3/25/2002 3:09:20 PM
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God Bless you and your family. We miss you!----Long Valley Resident - submitted: 4/18/2002 11:34:02 AM
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Living in the same town as Debra Gibbon, we all feel deeply saddened in our community and around the world.. God Bless her and the greatest country in the world... The United States of America - submitted: 9/9/2002 4:15:38 PM
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Debra Gibbon:
is my mother she is the best mother a family could ask for my life feels so empty without her, i am still waiting for that one day that one moment when she walks through the door and makes our family whole again. and till that day comes i will never forget you mom i love you with all my heart... - submitted: 2/22/2003 7:29:55 PM
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On this, the second anniversary, our thoughts and prayers go out to family and friends.
B. Bence, Corona, California - submitted: 9/11/2003 2:56:17 PM
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i grew up in hackettstown from 1964-1982 but i've never forgotten my "hometown" so losing a member of the community is especially heartfelt. To her daughter who left a tender, loving message about her mom, Debra; you are loved by you mom and all of America and forever in our hearts. Your mom is your angel and she is with you every moment and every heart beat you feel. She gave you life you will always have her within you. God Bless you and your family. America and previous "hackettstown" women cares and always will. When you feel that soft gentle breeze touch your face, it's your mom. - submitted: 2/20/2006 9:53:41 PM
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God Bless you and your family. We miss you-Wausau Insurance Colleague... - submitted: 9/11/2006 8:24:42 AM
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James Andrew Giberson   43 Huguenot, NY United States  
World Trade Center - firefighter, New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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JAMES (HELLAS) MIA . . . - submitted: 9/11/2002 8:32:15 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:27:38 PM
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HERO OF THE HIGHEST CALIBER - submitted: 2/28/2006 7:27:16 PM
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Miss you so much. Never forgotten - submitted: 10/1/2008 7:45:25 AM
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Brenda C. Gibson   59 Fall Church, VA United States  
Pentagon Victim - submitted: 10/15/2001 12:54:33 PM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:28:22 PM
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you will always be remembered, your life has has touched us all....alan gibson - submitted: 9/4/2005 11:16:07 PM
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Craig Neil Gibson   37 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Rest in Peace. You were such a nice man. I still can't believe this happened. Bless you and Danielle (and Daisy). - submitted: 1/26/2002 9:41:20 PM
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rest in peace from a fellow gibson...alan gibson - submitted: 9/4/2005 11:18:27 PM
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Ronnie E Gies   43 Merrick, NY United States  
World Trade Center - firefighter, New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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God bless your family and friends. - submitted: 10/15/2001 7:15:45 AM
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ronnie thanx for all the help that you gave me, and the things you taught me, you will forever be in my heart. I know i now have an angel above me watching, take care of carol and the boys. - submitted: 1/14/2002 1:32:21 PM
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Dad your a hero always remember that. Look down on us and guide us the right way, it rough without you. we miss you and love you! - submitted: 1/14/2002 1:35:51 PM
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You taught and showed me things that I will never forget. I'll never forget the times we shared. - submitted: 3/10/2002 7:50:15 PM
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A friend because of our kids who will never forget you. You were a great friend father and husband. Rest in peace. - submitted: 9/11/2008 5:53:34 AM
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Timothy P. Gilbert   35 Lebanon, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:29:12 PM
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Andrew C. Gilbert IV   39 Califon, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:29:36 PM
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Paul G. Gilbey   49 Chatham, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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I never knew Paul but obviously he was a kind and thoughtful man. I knew Deena from many years ago through work. I wish Deena and sons all the best for the future. Deena I cannot imagine what life must be like now for you but you have your beautiful sons so be strong for them. God bless you. Marie Grant - submitted: 6/2/2002 2:59:28 AM
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Paul John Gill   34 Queens, NY United States  
www.angelfire.com/ny5/paulgill

World Trade Center - firefighter , New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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A Father's Love
"Dear Paulie, You were my only Son. To write words to a Memorial is very difficult, so I need to go back in time and look at some of the things we did together. You were such a ball of energy, and I really liked that, it never mattered to me when you were a young tyke -- always getting into things, making messes around the house, scampering here and there. I can still feel your young hand in mine when we walked together. I feel your weight when I had to carry you because you didnt want to be in the stroller. All the times when you were growing up -- when we went to Wildwood Crest every year, the rides we would go on, miniature golf, digging in the sand, playing in the ocean, getting sunburned. The first day of kindergarten, I walked you to school and you didnt cry -- you had a good time. Train sets, Hot Wheels, GI Joe. We went to see Star Wars, and Darth Vader was in the audience. Every Christmas -- going to the City to see the lights, taking pictures at the Number 9, at 9 West 57th Street; seeing you and your sister Michelle (Shelly) growing up together. JHS-what fun and trouble you used to get in to, and I was the biggest culprit by going with you and your friends to set off firecrackers in the studios on 34th Ave (Old Army Photo studios). Looking for your hamster. The swimming pools in the back yard -- how they grew with you and Shelly through the years, from a toddler basin to an above ground 4 feet deep monster, complete with clubhouse. The nights you spent outside in your clubhouse with your friends. Martin Luther HS- years, where you excelled and finally became your own person. Your wrestling matches: 1985-Co-Captain and most valuable wrestler; your performance in Grease was fabulous and fun to watch. Just watching you grow up was a blessing to me -- Graduation, becoming a Carpenter, getting married, having Aaron and Joshua. And just a short time ago, after what seemed so many years, taking the FDNY test scheduled the day of your sisters wedding -- boy that was close timing. Waiting again to find that you scored 99 and then waiting to be called. The happiest moment of your life was doing what you did, since you truly relied on yourself to become one of New Yorks Bravest. It was always inside you -- the caring, kindness, love and joy of life and the job made you complete. Pride of Midtown, Hooper Street, Queens, and back to 48th & 8th. No one knew that day that so many would never return. Paul, you did not do your job in vain --so many were saved by your actions. We heard from another firehouse that you were in the Marriott on the 21st floor. I went to Ground Zero. I wanted to call your name so loudly -- maybe you could have heard me. Im hurting, like all parents, wanting to know exactly where you are at that Holy site -- to place a marker, to say Here Is My Only Son, He Gave His Life So Others May Live. Paul, Im sorry they are desecrating the site, they probably ran you over a dozen times by now, but I know you are in Heaven with our Lord, and you are safe and with Kam, our wonderful and faithful Husky Dog. Say hello also to Grandpa John, Grandpa and Grandma Daniel. I truly miss you, and you know I loved you as a Father should Love his Son. We had a beautiful Memorial Service for you on October 20th, and all who knew you were there to celebrate your life, accomplishments and heroism. Im glad we have Aaron and Josh, and Georgette and I will make sure they are cared for. My Heart aches incredibly, and only those who lost someone really understands what we parents, siblings and relatives are going through. My prayers and thoughts are with them also since I truly know their grief. One day Paul we will be together again, through our Lord Jesus. My fire fighter hero son, I miss you and Love you. DAD"
John Gill, Father - submitted: 11/26/2001 10:12:30 AM
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"My Dear Brave Paul, Marrying your dad brought you into my life and made me "Grammy" to your precious sons, Aaron & Joshua. Even though losing you hurts so deeply, your dad and I will always have the memories (and countless photographs) of our family times together to offer us some small measure of comfort. We can only hope to have just a little bit of the strength and courage that you showed in facing danger every day -- and particularly on 9/11/01 -- as a proud member of New York's Bravest. Love, Georgette "
Georgette Gill, step-mom, - submitted: 11/26/2001 10:13:55 AM
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Dear Paul, Aaron & Joshua really miss youWe talk about you oftenWe remember you with funny storiesYour pictures are up on the walls so they can see you whenever they wantThey speak to you before they go to sleep, for I told them that you are up in heaven looking down on them and that you will always take care of themThey are great kids Paul, and they love you very muchWe did a good job with themSoon they will be adults and they'll take with them the lessons that we taught themI know you will be proud of the men that they will become and I promise that I will always keep you alive in our children's hearts. Love, Tina - submitted: 11/26/2001 1:18:34 PM
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"Dear Paul: All there is to say is that all the memories we shared as longtime friends will always be in my heart and soul. We had a lot of laughs, and great times at the house with Tina and Zeboida. All the late nights hanging out I will never forget the most, because of all the talking and music listening we did that was the best. I pray one day to see you in Heaven and we can catch up on lost time. Remember one thing, my dear friend, NO ONE can take the true friendship we had away from our memories in our heart and soul. Your friend Joseph John Olivio"
Joseph John Olivio, - submitted: 11/27/2001 11:40:21 AM
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To Paul Gill's father, that is the most beautiful thing I have ever read or heard in my life. I am so sorry for your loss. I am a father also. My heart goes out to you. Youre right your son is a hero. Everything you said you have done with your son I have with mine. I will prey you may have peace with this one day. God bless you and your family. - submitted: 12/6/2001 3:31:37 PM
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To John Gill; What an incredible memorial you have written. I am truly moved beyond words. Although I did not know your son, your tribute illustrates what a wonderful man he was. Mr. Gill, to your entire family I send my heart and my prayers. Heros are far and few between these days, and I am so sorry that this world lost your son, and so many heros like him on Sept. 11. My husband is a fire fighter for the City of Atlanta, and I promise you that as our children grow, and we tell them of the bravery on Sept. 11th, we will tell them of Paul Gill. Kathy Edwards, Atlanta, Georgia - submitted: 1/23/2002 3:38:54 PM
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Dear John, I don't have a son, but I can see all the things I have done with my daughter in my life in your words about Paul. I can still feel her small hand in mine too. I love her so very dearly as you loved Paul. I don't now how I would go on without her--I cry for you--I could bearly finish your memorial to your son. I work with Georgette and we have spoken in training classes about our grandchildren. After Sept. 11 I went straight to them to lose myself in their innocence and fun. Your grandchildren are Paul's gift to you--I'm sure you know this. May you find your joy and be healed by those small sweet hands of your grandchildren. My sincerest sympathy to you and your family. Cecelia Casey - submitted: 1/28/2002 11:30:01 AM
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Hey Paul,
It's your 6-month anniversary. They had a special program on the other night called 9/11. It was a video of the first pictures inside the trade center before, during and after it went down. It was very sad and hard to watch, but I knew I had to see it... I knew they would be showing your picture at the end of the program. Watching the program made me very retrospective, something I havent really allowed myself to be these last 6-months. I began to think back to the last 16 years... back further even to the first time I realized that I wanted someone just like you in my life. I was all of 12 and we were at the roller-skating ring... you remember the youth group used to go every month? You were dating Debbie at the time and I was sitting at the hot dog stand and I watched you with her and I remember thinking wow, he really cares for her and I want someone just like that to care about me someday. Little did I know that someday you and I would fall in love, get married and have two wonderful boys. We had a lot of really good times, and of course we had a bunch of bad times too. Through it all we were always friends, maybe thats due in part because we knew each other our whole lives. I remembered Bear Mountain and night school. You walking me home after each choir practice. Great Adventure with your sister in Chicago. Laughing all the way down the aisle on our wedding day and Joey, our best man, making funny faces at us during the ceremony. Being stranded on our honeymoon and having to pay 300 bucks to get towed back home. The day Aaron was born, and three years later our spitfire Joshua coming along, you were such a good coach that night. Taking the kids to roller blade for the first time and playing in a huge snowstorm and coming in for hot chocolate. Going to Central Park all summer long just to go down that huge slide. You drawing late at night in your study while I sat on the floor where wed sit and talk for hours. 16 Easters and Christmas Eves with your Dad and Georgette... so many memories. I dont know when we stopped having fun with each other. I think it crept up on both of us. Maybe it was the fact that Aaron was always so sick, with his eye and kidney diseases and his autism, and then Joshua being diagnosed with medical problems... it was always something, or maybe we just grew apart, who knows but whatever the reason, for most of those 16 years we were happy in spite of all we had to deal with. Even though we went our separate ways 18 months before you were gone and you frustrated me to no end, no matter what, we never really stopped being friends, and I was always glad about that. I found a letter you hid for me exactly one month after, on October 11th. Do you remember you always told me than Id find tons of letters hidden around the house once you were gone? I think I found most of them. Your Dad and Georgette were over and I was looking for something and I came across a picture of you and me. The frame broke away and this letter fell out. You wrote it to me almost 2 years before we separated. In it you said how you hoped I would find it before you died and how no matter what happened in life you would always know in your heart that I am your one true love and that you would love me till the day you died. I cried reading it and so did Georgette. It was a lovely letter and I thank you for helping me find it when I did.

We miss you calling 25 times a day just to say hey, whats up? The kids have your pictures up in their room next to their beds. It makes them feel better to see you every day. Theyre trying to move on with life but it is not easy, you are everywhere. The kids have good days and then bad. Every time I look at them, I see you. I tell them stories about the four of us; its become their favorite pastime. They are both doing better medically. Aaron is growing up so fast; hell be 15 this year. Joshua was even on the basketball team this winter. They made it all the way to the championship and wouldnt you know, it was held at Martin Luther, your old high school. Joshua is going for little league again this spring and I know that he will miss you being on the sidelines cheering him on. Paul, I am moving on with my life but I will never forget you and all the wonderful (and even the not so wonderful) times we had. You will always be tucked away in a special place in my heart. No matter what happens in life, I will make sure our children grow up knowing and remember you. I hope you are happy where you are and in peace. I like to think that you are playing with Kam, your beloved husky, and that you are looking down on us and smiling. Bye for now, Tina - submitted: 3/13/2002 10:10:33 AM
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To all of the members of Paul's family, I will keep you in my prayers. - submitted: 3/29/2002 5:23:38 AM
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Dear Paul,
April 11, 2002 -- Today we are mourning the 7 month anniversary of the day you were so horribly taken from us when we should be celebrating your 35th birthday. My birthday is tomorrow and I am remembering the birthday celebrations we shared -- cards, gifts, chocolate cake -- my favorite & Joshua's too! How many were at Easter time, which we always spent together as a family. Birthday parties, weekends in the Poconos, Yankees v. Mets arguments (our continuing battle for the baseball affections of your sons), Christmas plays, Radio City, Christmas Eve dinners -- the memories are everywhere.

Seven months later and the pain is as raw and deep as ever. Time has not helped at all -- it only seems to have made it worse; your loss has become a cruel and bitter reality.

Paul, I know that you are in a better place and I know I should find some comfort in that; but I am not yet at that place. Your father has more faith than I do, but no less pain. He is completely and utterly heartbroken. I often find him weeping uncontrollably. I can find no words to console him -- how can I tell him that it will be okay, that it will get better?

It is said that April is the cruelest month. How true that is -- your birthday, mine and your dad's. I cannot go into a card store without crying; nothing is the same anymore.

So today, my dear brave firefighter hero, on the day you would have been just 35, I ask that you give your family and friends the gift of strength we all so desperately need; and as a special birthday gift to me, the faith which I seem to have lost. Maybe then I can be as brave in facing life as you were in facing death.

Love,
Georgette - submitted: 4/10/2002 8:11:11 AM
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Dear Paulie,
April 11, 2002 will be your 35th birthday, and although I am sad and still cry often, I wanted to share the following with all who read this message on your memorial site.

Whatever the nature of our relationships with Paul, we pause today to remember my son's birthday, to celebrate his life and also to give thanks to God for having the privilege of knowing & loving Paul and sharing life with him. Today we come together with our different memories of that much too brief life. We come to share those memories and experiences. We come to remember that each of those memories and experiences was a gift from God, given as a blessing as we have walked along our journey of life.

You were a good Dad and Son, Paul and I know you are now watching over us. Last December, I was selected to carry the Olympic Torch in your memory, along with your brother firefighters, Andy S., Joe C & other family members from your firehouse. That was a true honor, and I thank you.

In order to memorialize that event, with your inspiration, I designed and made a plaque to hold the Torch with Engine 54/Truck 4/Battalion 9 logo, "Pride of Midtown" motto & the FDNY Symbol. There will be marble piece inscribed with all the names of the 15 firefighters from 48th & 8th who gave their lives on September 11th. I know this is what you would have wanted, and it is my Birthday Gift to you this year.

Paul, you know I never did anything like this before in my entire life. Yet while I was working, I felt your presence and your artist's hands guiding mine with each letter and inscription. All who have seen it so far have said how beautiful it is. There will be a dedication in May in your name and your Firehouse has reserved a special place just for this. Also, at the end of April, I will bring the Torch and history to Joshuas school so that all the students can pass the Olympic Torch amongst them. Who knows, maybe a future Olympian will develop from the experience.

Happy Birthday, my son. Not a day goes by that I do not miss you terribly. I love you very much.

DAD
- submitted: 4/10/2002 8:12:04 AM
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Hey Paulie - Not a day goes by that I don't think of you my little brother. As I write this on your 35th Birthday, April 11th, I'm listening to the casette tape you made of the Beatles - - it makes me feel closer to you. Although you're no longer here on earth, I feel your spirit helping me through these difficult times. Thank you for being with me. Shine on you crazy diamond! And I'm sure this will be your best birthday ever....up in Heaven with God and his Angels. With love, your sister, Michelle - submitted: 4/11/2002 6:30:25 PM
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I didn't know Paul, but have scrolled past and read the tributes to him numerous times on my way to visit the tribute to David Graifman, who comes after Gill in the Alphabet.

Having now read all of the posts, especially the heartbreaking ones by his Dad, I feel like I knew this special and obviously wonderful person. When you multiply his one life by the 3,000 lost, the heartbreak is sometimes almost too much to bear.

On this first anniversary of the horrific attack, and of Paul's bravery, I send best regards for strength and joy to this family. Martina, Los Angeles, Ca. - submitted: 9/8/2002 3:08:35 PM
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I NEVER KNEW YOU PAUL BUT I KNOW FROM SIMPLY READING YOUR MEMORIAL PAGE THAT YOU TRULY ARE A HERO AND WILL BE IN HEAVEN TOO! REST IN PEACE. MY HEART GOES OUT TO YOU'RE FAMILY! ALL OF YOUR WORDS ABOUT PAUL WERE BEAUTIFUL AND IM SURE ANYONE WAS LUCKY TO HAVE KNOWN HIM.
MICHELLE (ENGLAND) - submitted: 3/21/2003 3:27:40 PM
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What a beautiful and loving tribute by the friends and family of Paul. The website dedicated to Paul is wonderful as well. Although I did not know him, I feel I do from the lovely stories by his family. Know that he is not forgotten, as well as all the others who past away on that tragic day in Sept. My thoughts and prayers are with you now and always. God Bless and sustain you all until you see Paul again. Diane Nadelhoffer Burlington, Wisconsin - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:43:52 PM
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I am drawn back to this site as the anniversary of Sept. 11th draws near. Your family made such a loving tribute that I felt compelled to send my love out to those who miss you still. Rest in peace Paul. You are not forgotten...Diane Nadelhoffer WI - submitted: 9/10/2004 8:31:58 PM
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I never knew Paul, but he helped make my future. I may only be thirteen, but the 343 firefighters that gave their lives on September 11th, 2001, truly made my destiny. I want to be a firefighter. I will be. Paul and I have the same birthday, April 11th. Reading that made me feel sort of connected to him somehow. I love you, Paul, along with the rest of the firefighter heroes up there with you. Please rest in peace knowing that you did a great job and that I respect you and love you for doing what you did. --Kayla - submitted: 12/2/2006 1:59:18 PM
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Mark Y. Gilles   33 Brooklyn, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten.... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:44:19 PM
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Evan H Gillette   40 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Sandler O'Neill & Partners - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:44:43 PM
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Ron Gilligan   43 East Norwalk, CT United States  
World Trade Center - Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Ron - you were a great husband, a wonderful fater, and a special freind to Billy and I - Susan - submitted: 11/19/2001 10:47:42 AM
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Each of us in Heartmade Blessings.com thought lovingly and prayerfully of you and your family as we stiched each square of the Comfortghan that was sent to your family. You and your family will always be in our thoughts and prayers even though we never knew you. May you rest in peace. - submitted: 2/12/2002 11:06:02 PM
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I worked with Ron at Grolier in Danbury, CT in the mid '90s. Ron was my mentor and I'll never forget him. We worked hard but had a lot of fun. He was devoted to his family and will be sorely missed by all who knew him. I wish we kept in touch more.
Bob Morehouse - submitted: 5/3/2002 6:14:48 AM
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Only met you once Ron but still is a shock. RIP - submitted: 9/11/2002 6:17:37 AM
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You'll Never Walk Alone - CF Liverpool - submitted: 9/11/2002 6:19:47 AM
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To Liz and the children...God Bless you as you remember Ron these 4 years later. We miss you here in the US...Joanne - submitted: 9/9/2005 2:10:03 PM
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Sgt. Rodney C Gillis   32 Brooklyn, NY United States  
ESU NYPD - WTC - submitted: 10/15/2001 3:49:09 PM
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I remember when you were just a teenager; full of fun and full of life. I remember how the girls ran after you, I sure you melted many a girl's heart with that smile. May you rest in peace; we will never forget you or the sacrafice that you made for you fellow man. Love, Miss Janice (Lesley's Mom) - submitted: 10/20/2001 10:45:04 AM
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Rodney, it was exactly three months ago today that you were so cruelly taken from those who love you. But it seems as though your leaving has caused some of those you love to draw closer to others. Ronald and Lesly talk on the phone almost everyday. Your brother is greiving deeply for you and I am sure all your loved ones are. I don't know what's worse a parent losing a child or a sibling losing a younger brother or sister. But we want you to rest easy knowing that we will look after, care for, listen to and always be there for Ronald whenever he needs a shoulder to lean on or just someone who cares to listen. May you rest in peace now and thru eternity. Lesley's Mom. - submitted: 12/11/2001 9:54:22 PM
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Dearest Rodney: I know you must be up in heaven with a big smile on your face as you look down at your brother, Ron and my daughter, Lesley. They came together once again after all these years when he reached out to her in his immense grief over losing you and now, we think we hear wedding bells in their future. I always liked your brother and I hope that he and Lesley will make each other happy. Keeping smiling. Miss Janice - submitted: 3/16/2002 3:34:09 PM
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Dear Rodney,
Of all the people I have met and become friends with, I will cherish forever yours forever. I told my kids that you were my hero and a best friend. I do miss you calming voice over the phone. Now I have know one to share my good and bad days with. We miss you. Herb - submitted: 5/6/2002 2:09:48 PM
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dear rodney i'll never forget the day i moved on watkins street/you and ronald were so kind to me/even thou i have moved many miles away i will never forget you/my prayers go out to you and your family/i'll say a special prayer for ronald/ please know your kindness and bravery will never be forgotten /love mae - submitted: 7/4/2004 6:48:09 PM
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Laura Gilly   32 Bay Ridge, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:45:43 PM
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The one thing I remeber about you is that you were always smiling. you were a joy to fly with and I still wish you peace - submitted: 5/14/2004 9:59:00 PM
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Just saying "hello"
Love always, Paul - submitted: 2/18/2005 7:48:32 AM
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it's so easy for all of us to forget
this Sunday i'll light a candle and say your name. - submitted: 2/17/2006 2:52:31 PM
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I know your mother very well and I will always pray for her - you will always be her angel. LG - submitted: 9/11/2008 8:29:56 AM
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Leigh Gilmore   41 Chicago, IL United States  
My Moms my best friend Leigh Gilmore and her mother Faye Gilmore were staying at the Marriott in World Trade Tower Two. They were in their rooms at the time when they heard the roaring plane engine and then felt the impact to the building. They had less than 10 minutes to evacuate the building. They were instructed to leave immediately. Not to mention Leigh is confined motorized wheelchair and has Multiple Sclerosis. Leigh and Faye were separated while evacuating the building. She couldnt make it down the stairs to the exit. An extremely kind policeman took her off the scooter, put her on a stretcher, and took her out of the building. Leigh made it out less that five minutes before World Trade Tower Two came crashing to the ground. Thankfully they are still both alive. - submitted: 10/24/2001 3:54:18 PM
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This is the poem I made inspite of all of this:

Tragedy
September 11, the year 2001.
A day of tragedy under the golden sun.
Not just one life was shattered and torn.
Thousands no longer will be the great Americans that they were.
Our country, a place we can be free.
Was shattered and torn for all to see.
Taking lives, heroes, and just folks, forever.
But we are Americans and will fight back.
Against this evil and horrendous act.
No one can bury or kill our Nation so strong.
We will rebuild, in steel, concrete and with song.
They can't take us down, from land, or flights above.
We are Americans and will defend this land we love.
So while we mourn and pray for lives lost.
We pray for heroes trying to save our country, no matter what the cost.
We will remember this tragedy forever, yes we must.
Because we are Americans on our land and In God we Trust.

- submitted: 10/25/2001 7:26:19 AM
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Lt. John F Ginley   37 Warwick, NY United States  
World Trade Center - firefighter , New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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To John Ginley's family....I feel some sort of closeness to your family, you see, my father shares the same name as your firefighter. John F. Ginley. A retired firefighter from Cleveland Ohio. Your lost hero and you are in my thoughts and prayers daily. I have looked up John's picture on the internet many times...A terrible sadness comes over me. I don't know why; probably the shared name got to me when I first saw it. My heart goes out to you. These men and women will never be forgotten. I special ordered a bracelet with John's name on it. I will wear it proudly and with honor and dignity and will think of him often; even though I did not know him....I feel as though I did. Cindy O. from Cleveland, Ohio - submitted: 3/28/2002 1:43:22 PM
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Donna Marie Giordano   44 Sayreville, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - Aon Corp. - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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I Don't know you but I grieve - submitted: 9/14/2003 7:13:02 AM
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Jeffrey John Giordano   46 Staten Island, NY United States  
World Trade Center - firefighter , New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are a true hero in my eyes and in the eyes of every American. You put your life on the edge just tring to save another. From the bottom of my heart I thank you. Love, Melanie Keeton - submitted: 12/13/2001 7:02:57 AM
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You will always be in our hearts Jeff. We love & miss you. - submitted: 9/12/2011 7:21:45 AM
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John J Giordano   47 Newburgh, NY United States  
World Trade Center - firefighter, New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten.... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:47:31 PM
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Steven A. Giorgetti   43 Manhasset, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:48:03 PM
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Martin Giovinazzo Jr.   34 Staten Island, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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May peace be with you. - submitted: 9/10/2002 6:33:20 AM
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Martin i will always miss you so, your always in my heart and on my mind. I know your watching over your family, and i know your watching over me.
Erica - submitted: 8/17/2004 7:11:07 AM
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Jinny Lady Giraldo   27  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten.... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:48:40 PM
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Kim Girolamo   41 Kew Gardens, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Aon Corp. - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:49:03 PM
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SEVEN YEAR'S HAVE PASSED AND YOU ARE ALWAY'S IN MY THOUGHT'S. PEACE BE WITH YOU! Arlene B. - submitted: 9/11/2008 4:06:43 PM
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2009

I will always remember your beautiful smile!! You are in my thought's forever!!
Love, Arlene - submitted: 9/11/2009 1:23:44 PM
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Salvatore Gitto   43 Manalapan, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Sal, I just heard from your sister Susanne that you were lost in the WTC. She and I went to High School together and shared many happy and sad times. I remember your family and good times. Your parents always loving and supportive.
The flags of Bay Ridge are flying even today and they say, We ARE UNITED. You were not lost in vain.
God Bless.
Jeannie[Susanne's friend], 80thst and 3rd avenue - submitted: 12/5/2002 6:40:14 AM
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Cynthia Giugliano   46 Nesconset, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:49:40 PM
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It's almost the tenth anniversary of that tragic day and it's still crazy to me that it happened and that you were lost. I hope you are resting in peace and that your friends and family find comfort in knowing you are in a much better place. - submitted: 9/10/2011 3:31:04 PM
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Mon Gjonbalaj   65 Throgs Neck, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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Hi, I never knew Mon but I am Gjonbalaj my self and I just wanted to say Im sorry about what has happened to America and to Mon's family. I just hope everyone is coping through the tragic experience and soon can overcome these terribles dreams. I give my greatest blessing to his family and to everyone else who has lost a loved one. - submitted: 4/17/2003 7:54:00 PM
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Dianne Gladstone   55 Forest Hills, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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She was a wongerful kind person. - submitted: 7/23/2003 12:13:33 PM
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She was my sister and my best friend. She was second mother to my 2 beautiful daughters who called her "Auntie". She was so many wonderful things to so many and I will miss her and think of her every remaining day of my life. I love you Di-Di. Jayne - submitted: 4/23/2013 10:31:06 AM
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Keith Alexander Glascoe   38 Brooklyn, NY United States  
World Trade Center - firefighter , New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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I never knew Keith, but I'm a paramedic in California, and I bought a bracelet on ebay after the attack. It has Keith's name on it, and I will never take it off. I hope that when I die, I can meet Keith in person, and thank him for the ultimate sacrifice he made that day. Thank you, Keith, and God Bless America! - submitted: 9/15/2002 12:19:13 PM
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Keith
Hi honey I miss you more and more everyday,the boys miss you so much too.I know in my heart that you are always with us I feel you everywhere.I will always love you,WE PRAY FOR YOU.
veronia - submitted: 2/1/2007 1:45:08 PM
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Thomas I. Glasser   40 Summit, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - partner, Sandler O'Neill & Partners - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Tom Glasser
Tom, I have not spoken to you since graduating WHS in 1978, when we all spent the night of graduation at your house in Westfield, but you did not leave without making many friends that think of you often; you made me part of what I am today, a less shy individual; you helped people come out of their shells, and all in all, you have always been a great guy, and I know you will always be a great guy in heaven. Miss you, Michael S. Wallace - submitted: 7/14/2002 3:00:01 PM
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Edmund Glazer   41 Chatsworth, CA United States  
Passenger - American Airlines Flight 11, Chief financial officer, MRV Communications Inc. - submitted: 9/13/2001 9:23:33 AM
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A native of Zambia, Edmund was born to South African parents and came to the United States when he was 17. He leaves his wife, Candy, and son, Nathan. - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:31:11 PM
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Samuel Jay Gleason   37 New York, NY United States  
May my husband rest now. I pray that revenge on the guilty will prevail. - submitted: 4/30/2002 1:47:36 PM
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I knew him from the World Trade Center and he was a good man. You are in our prayers - submitted: 4/30/2002 1:51:05 PM
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Harry Glenn   38 Piscataway, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - assistant vice president, global technology, Marsh & McLennan Companies Inc. - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Harry G you will never be forgotten.Eagles Forever!!!!! - submitted: 3/12/2002 3:35:21 PM
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Harry, you were a giant of a man. Your positive spirit lives on in those who's lives you've touched.
Paul Giannone - submitted: 2/26/2003 2:33:55 PM
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Harry, if I'd known we'd lose you so soon, I would have spent more time telling you what a wonderful example you've been for the kind of man I want in my life. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for loving my cousin so deeply and thoroughly. You were truly a star in my eyes. May you rest in peace. I will continue to pray for "our" family.
Love,
Your cousin, Yolanda - submitted: 5/7/2005 8:11:24 PM
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Barry H. Glick   55 Wayne, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - Port Authority of New York and New Jersey - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/4/2004 6:50:58 PM
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Jeremy Glick   31 West Milford, NJ United States  
Passenger - United Airlines Flight 93 - submitted: 9/15/2001 9:10:01 PM
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I don't know Jeremy, but his courage in the face of death is extremely moving. His actions, along with fellow passengers, surely saved the lives of many other people. Thank you for reminding us that we can make a difference. - submitted: 9/15/2001 9:17:04 PM
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May everyone learn from the heroic example you and others on Flight 93 have set. - submitted: 10/14/2001 3:22:34 PM
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Your bravery is inspiring. Your little girl Emerson will get to hear what a great person you were and how you saved lives. I pray for your wife and daughter often. - submitted: 10/24/2001 12:07:42 PM
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your bravery has inspired me. even though i have never met you, i will always remeber you. god bless you! - submitted: 11/2/2001 1:47:53 PM
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Thank you for what you and the other passengers on your flight did. It will never be forgotten. You are a true American hero. - submitted: 11/7/2001 4:31:25 PM
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Even though I never knew you I think you were a special person. Your courage and bravery are inspiring. God Bless your wife and daughter always. - submitted: 12/13/2001 10:44:49 AM
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Thank you and God bless you. You are an incredible role model for your daughter and for the rest of the world. - submitted: 12/26/2001 6:15:11 PM
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The courage, dignity and selflessness shown by the brave passengers of flt 93 should serve as reminders of the spirit only free people have. may god be with your wife and daughter through these tragic times.You will not be forgotten, thank you - submitted: 1/12/2002 2:53:48 AM
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YOU ARE A HERO TO US ALL !
TINA SCHARTZER - submitted: 9/8/2002 9:28:35 AM
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Jeremy if you can read this I just want to say thank you for what you did.It touched me.I dont know but somehow I think maybe you saved my life.
Love, an admiring person, Amanda. - submitted: 1/19/2003 10:53:30 AM
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You are truly a hero. I will never forget all you sacrificed on that horrible day. I will continue to pray for your family. God Bless you Jeremy Glick! Love, Shannda - submitted: 3/14/2003 6:11:42 PM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 1:56:52 PM
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I pray for your family still Jeremy as do so many others. Know that you are not forgotten, even by those you have never met. Rest in peace. Diane Nadelhoffer, WI - submitted: 9/10/2004 8:34:36 PM
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I watched you story on a talk show the other day.Your wife has wriiten a book in your honor to your daughter,Emerson.I never had the pleasure to know you,but,seeing the love and pride in your wife's eyes as she spoke of you,I know that you must have been a woderful person.My God hold you near and bless you family today and always. Karen Stockley Cape Breton,Nova Scotia - submitted: 9/11/2004 5:00:01 PM
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Lyzz and Emmy, although I live across the country in small town Utah, I make sure that my two children ages 2 and 9 understand the ultimate sacrifice that Jeremy and the other's made for their freedom and safety on that horrible September day. I remember Jeremy in my prayers daily and think of you and his family often. God Bless - submitted: 7/29/2008 9:13:03 PM
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Steven Lawrence Glick   42 Greenwich, CT United States  
World Trade Center - financial consultant, Credit Suisse First Boston - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 1:57:34 PM
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John T. Gnazzo   32 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 1:58:10 PM
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John there is not a day that goes by that we (your children and I) don't think of you and speak about you. You will always be loved and remembered. Rest in Peace. You will always be the love of my life. Your wife Helene - submitted: 11/24/2006 9:08:52 AM
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William (Bill) R. Godshalk   35 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Keefe, Bruyette & Woods Inc. - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Bill and I were both from the HUNSICKER family line and distant cousins, my heart and prayers go out to Bill and family and to all the victims of 9-11 and since, May God be with America as we go forward and as we honor these we have lost, may Bill and all the others of 9-11 find rest in God forever! Virgel C. Law - submitted: 11/12/2001 11:18:48 PM
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Michael Gogliormella   43 New Providence, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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My thoughts go out to your family - and to all those who suffered losses from Cantor-Fitzgerald on 9/11. May you Rest in peace. - submitted: 10/18/2001 11:14:50 PM
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Your family is in my thoughts and prayers on this day, and on every 9/11 in the future.
~Jodi Sax 9/11/09 - submitted: 9/11/2009 8:41:14 AM
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Brian Frederic Goldberg   26 Union, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Brian was a great person loved by everyone he knew. He got married not long ago. He also just recieved his MBA. He was a very hard worker who will be missed but never forgotten. - submitted: 11/4/2001 6:03:37 PM
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Brian was the apple of his family's eyes. His is missed more than words can express. God Bless! - submitted: 10/2/2002 6:07:07 PM
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Jeffrey Grant Goldflam   48 Melville, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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Jeff you will be missed, You came to Memphis TN, with the Falconwood Group, to help us set up, and you will be remembered by all of us in Memphisagain we love you

Delois Harris, Emma Barringer and Shirley Woods - submitted: 9/13/2002 5:30:14 PM
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Michelle Herman Goldstein   31 Manhattan, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 1:58:44 PM
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God Bless you Michelle, I never had meet you but I spoke with you on the phone you would always help me on the homeowners claims. I think of you all the time how sweet and helpful you always were. Love always Laura - submitted: 9/11/2009 1:19:55 PM
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Monica Goldstein   25 Staten Island, NY United States  
CANTOR FITZGERALD - submitted: 3/15/2002 10:21:02 AM
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My Best Friend Monica Goldstein-FOREVER SHE WILL SHINE!
-Jennifer Fontana
Cantor Fitzgerald
- submitted: 4/24/2003 11:16:02 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 1:59:22 PM
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MONICA, YOUR LOSS IS GREATLY FELT BY ALL WHO LOVED YOU. HEAVEN GAINED AN ANGEL... - submitted: 5/28/2004 2:50:07 PM
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Monica - I think of you everyday and miss you so much .... Michelle - submitted: 8/3/2005 9:08:28 PM
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FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS MON YOU ARE AN ANGEL AND I MISS YOU SO MUCH GOD BLESS YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY ! - submitted: 9/11/2006 1:16:43 PM
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Love You
cuz - submitted: 10/15/2007 7:25:57 PM
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Steven Goldstein   35 Princeton, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten.. - submitted: 5/19/2004 1:59:52 PM
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Ron Golinski   60 Columbia, MD United States  
Pentagon - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:00:21 PM
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Andrew H. Golkin   30 Cantor-Fitzgerald, NY United States  
Knowing that Andrew H. Golkin had so many friends, his family planned a memorial service in the spacious second-floor ballroom of the Harmonie Club in Manhattan, which seats 400. Then more than 750 friends, schoolmates and co-workers showed up, overflowing the room and spilling so far down the staircase that loudspeakers were set up so they could hear the service. "He had a special heart, and was a good listener, which made him very good at his job," said his mother, Janet, of her son's work as a vice president at Cantor Fitzgerald on the 105th floor of the World Trade Center. Only the Sunday night before the disaster, she and her husband, Gerald, and their daughter, Susan, had dinner with Andrew at their favorite neighborhood Italian restaurant, Parma, on the Upper East Side. "It's some comfort to have had this lovely, joyous evening," his mother recalled. "He was planning his 31st birthday, Nov. 3. He was planning a large party, and he was planning on having a good time." - submitted: 10/18/2001 9:50:14 PM
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I met Andrew while attending Hobart and William Smith Colleges and took several classes with him. I will always remember him as the wonderful person he was. You will be missed!!! Valerie Pusztaszeri Martin '94 - submitted: 3/11/2002 5:35:40 PM
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I attended college with Andrew at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, NY. While we may not have been close friends during our time at Hobart, Andrew, you will always be close to my heart, and I will always think of you as you were in those happier, care-free times at school. There is not a day that goes by that I do not think about you and your family. It has been nearly ten months now since you were taken by the senseless acts of violence, but you live on in all of us who remember you and cherish the good memories we have of you. I promise to keep a smile on my face and to strive to promote peace and good will in my actions in memory of you always. Gregory D. Avery, Geneva, NY, Hobart Class of 1992 - submitted: 7/8/2002 5:42:12 PM
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Hi, Andrew. It has now been one year since you left us, and even though I told myself that I would be try to be strong and hold back the tears today, I find that I am not able to do so. The pain has decreased over time, but it never completely goes away, and some days are better than others. Today, I am celebrating your memory, and I have to admit that I have learned a great deal about you over the past year. I only wish now that I had known you better when you were alive, but since that past cannot be changed, there is no sense in dwelling on what might have been. Instead, I will focus on what is and what will be. You are a very well respected man, and I have read many good things about you as told by your family and close friends. I think of your parents and sister every day and wonder how they are doing. I wrote your parents a letter several months ago, and plan to drop them another note soon to let them know they are in my thoughts. You are in a far better place now than you were one year ago, no more war, hate, fear....yet I wish you were still here to be with those who love you. Peace be with you, Andrew, and please watch over me and know how much I have been touched by you. I'd do anything to have one more day back at Hobart to be able to talk to you and tell you these things in person.

Gregory D. Avery, Hobart '92 - submitted: 9/11/2002 7:46:12 PM
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Dennis James Gomes   40 Richmond Hill, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten.. - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:00:48 PM
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Enrique Antonio Gomez   42 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Windows on the World - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:01:11 PM
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Jose Bienvenido Gomez   45 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Windows on the World - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:01:36 PM
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Manuel Gomez   42 Brooklyn, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:01:59 PM
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Dios te bendiga primo - submitted: 9/10/2011 6:10:51 PM
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Max Gomez    
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:02:23 PM
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Wilder Gomez   38 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Windows on the World - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:02:48 PM
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Ana Irene Medina Gonzalez    
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:03:15 PM
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Jenine Gonzalez   27 Bronx, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Aon Corp. - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Jenine, you loved life and lived it to the fullest. I know you are in no pain now and are resting in peace. God Bless, Veronica L. - submitted: 9/10/2002 11:00:33 PM
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HI MY COUSIN:
I MISS YOU DEARLY AND SO DO THE REST OF US FOR THAT MATTER. MAY GOD KEEP YOU CLOSE TO HIM IN HEAVEN. I KNOW I'LL BE SEEING YOU "ONE SWEET DAY". WE LOVE YOU ALWAYS AND FOREVER.

LUV, JENNY, ORLANDO & KIDS!!! - submitted: 9/11/2006 7:50:03 AM
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Joel Guevara Gonzalez   Aguascalientes, Mexico  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:03:42 PM
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I wish they had at least written the name of your hometown correctly, so here it goes, AGUASCALIENTES. - submitted: 7/6/2004 5:39:40 AM
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Mauricio Gonzalez   27 New York, NY United States  
I didn't know you long or well, but the passing of your presence has been deeply felt. May you and your family find peace in knowing that one day you will all be together again. --Maria - submitted: 4/25/2002 7:28:05 PM
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Moe,
You are in my heart and in my prayers. I miss you. God bless.
Love, Laurie - submitted: 9/11/2007 7:43:01 AM
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Rosa J. Gonzalez   32 Jersey City, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - secretary, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:04:06 PM
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Tambi Gonzalez   22 Yonkers, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:04:37 PM
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Tambi...you are not forgotten my name twin. You are being remembered out loud during a memorial service on September 11, 2006. May you find peace. - submitted: 9/5/2006 10:58:07 AM
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Tambi, even though it has been 6 years since the day you were taken away from us, it still hurts. We wish we could have had more time. Our love and prayers stay with your family. Love you always, Rosa, Cristina and Harold. - submitted: 4/17/2007 9:07:32 AM
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Lynn Catherine Goodchild   25 Attleboro, MA United States  
Passenger - United Airlines Flight 175, Putnam Investments - submitted: 9/13/2001 2:03:39 PM
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Lynn was traveling to Hawaii with her boyfriend, Shawn Nassany, 25, also a victim. Goodchild always sent co-workers postcards from her trips and returned bearing gifts. This week was Goodchild's third anniversary with Putnam Investments. - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:32:18 PM
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Lynn was a beautiful girl. She is sure to be an angel. - submitted: 9/11/2002 7:08:43 PM
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Hello Lynn.
There is not a day that goes by that I do not stop to think of you and Shawn. Please know that Neil will be alright & your Mom and Dad will be to.I know that you watch us from heaven. I was happy to meet you that one night with your mom at Jill's house. God Bless you
Your.
Sister in Law.
Melisa Goodchild - submitted: 5/14/2008 11:12:05 AM
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Calvin J. Gooding   38 Riverside, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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I read how you were a very special guy.You have a wonderful wife and daughter, I said a prayer for all of you and your family. God bless you. - submitted: 3/4/2002 8:22:44 AM
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My Precious, Precious Prince!We miss you more each day. You were such a special guy. You were such a positive influence on so many lives. The street named in your honor is where we meet with your "boys" each birthday, holidays,etc. You will ever be my "HERO" (smile). I miss your calls, your smile, your encouragement but I know I will see you again one day. It is this hope that enables me to press on. - submitted: 2/24/2008 2:35:01 PM
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY MY PRINCE (5.26.63). We celebrate your birth as a special gift from God-One who has given and left us a wonderful legacy.Love Mom and the "Gang" WE STILL AND ALWAYS WILL MISS YOU SO MUCH! - submitted: 5/24/2008 6:27:29 AM
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Peter Morgan Goodrich   33 Sudbury, MA United States  
United Airlines - Flight 175 - Products Manager: MKS Software - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:33:25 PM
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Good beer, Peter
-Jill Dana - submitted: 7/23/2002 9:05:35 PM
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Harry Goody   50 Coney Island, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:05:27 PM
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Kiran Reddy Gopu   24 Bridgeport, CT United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:05:56 PM
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Catherine Carmen Gorayeb   41 Manhattan, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:06:24 PM
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Lisa Fenn Gordenstein   41 Needham, MA United States  
American Airlines - Flight 11 - TJX Co. - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:34:43 PM
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Lisa Fenn Gordenstein, 41, of Needham, Mass., was an assistant vice president and merchandise manager and had been with TJX for 17 years. Warm and caring, Gordenstein was the manager others went to for help and had ''a heart as big as the ocean'' according to English. The mother of two children and wife of David Gordenstein, she was remembered by neighbors as the kind of person who would never just wave, but would pull her car over to say hello. - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:35:28 PM
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I just wanted to say i live close to your town and i wanted to say thank you being an american citizen! gold bless you and america! - submitted: 2/5/2002 6:48:15 PM
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Your TJX family will never forget........ rest in peace - submitted: 9/10/2003 7:06:58 PM
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Kerene Gordon   42 Far Rockaway, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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god bless, your memory lives on - submitted: 9/17/2002 4:56:36 AM
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Sebastian Gorki   27 Manhattan, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:07:07 PM
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Kieran Joseph Gorman   35 Yonkers, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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even though time has past you will never be forgotten in my heart........i miss you big guy!!!!fintan - submitted: 9/10/2002 6:22:25 PM
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To a cousin that I never new and now never will goodbye patrick bibby uk - submitted: 10/16/2002 5:09:20 AM
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God Bless, Sleep well. May you have been in heaven, half an hour before the devil knew you were dead. From an Irishman abroad. - submitted: 2/27/2004 5:09:44 AM
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Thomas E. Gorman   39 Middlesex, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - Port Authority of New York and New Jersey - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Mr. Thomas Gorman I know I don't know you or your family. All I have is this blue name braclet with your name on it. I wear it everyday and think of you often. I just wanted to say thank you for your fearless duty. Rest in peace my brother Shannon OKlahoma Police officer - submitted: 1/29/2002 7:24:26 PM
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Although I don't think we ever met, i spent new years eve with alot of the PAPD two years in a row and being from bayonne where you are from originally i hear your name alot.There isn't a day that goes by that this tragedy does not rip my heart out.none of you are forgotten rest well and thank you. - doug huber - bayonne n.j. - submitted: 8/22/2002 6:11:00 AM
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I never met you, but I remember going house to house at the request of Councilman Bruce Sadowski to get people in Middlesex praying that you would be found alive. Our prayers and blue ribbons were in vain, but we have not forgotten you.

Every year, I go to the memorial ceremony in Victor Crowell Park, and I think of you when I go by the Little League Field. My husband is a 9/11 survivor, and for that I am thankful. The six hours that he was missing were terrible. I can't imagine what your family went through. Rest in peace.

MM, Middlesex, NJ - submitted: 9/10/2007 12:51:25 AM
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Michael Edward Gould   29 Hoboken, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:08:05 PM
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Letting Michael's friends and family know he has touched another life here.. a tribute to Michael can be seen through project 2996..and will be posted on my blog
lyrricist.delta-knight.co.uk
~Lyr - submitted: 9/10/2009 9:15:01 PM
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Olga Kristin Gould White   65 New York, NY United States  
United Flight 93 - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:08:26 PM
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Douglas A. Gowell   52 Methuen, MA United States  
World Trade Center - director of new market development, Avid Technologies - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:08:54 PM
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Time has passed since this day...You are not forgotten and your family is in all our hearts and prayers. - submitted: 5/29/2005 7:16:58 PM
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Yuji Goya   42 Rye, NY United States  
World Trade Center - vice president, Mizuho Capital Markets Corp. - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:09:26 PM
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Jon Richard Grabowski   33 Manhattan, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:09:56 PM
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I never knew you, Jon, but I will never forget you. Requiem aeterna dona eis, Domine, et lux perpetua luceat eis. - submitted: 9/11/2006 9:37:00 AM
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It's eight years today. I have not forgotten you. Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine, et lux perpetua luceat eis. - submitted: 9/11/2009 2:47:54 PM
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Christopher Michael Grady   39 Cranford, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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hi am so very proud of u and i hope u went to heaven because u saved me and my daughters life so GOD BLESS U and GOD BLESS AMERICA land that i love stand beside u and guide u from the stars and the light from above buh bye - submitted: 10/24/2002 9:30:08 AM
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Edwin J. Graf III   48 Norwalk, CT United States  
World Trade Center - vice president, Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Ed always tried to be a good son, brother, and father. He ended up becoming a good person. He is loved and missed by many. I wonder if he knows how many lives he has touched...his sister, Suzy - submitted: 9/12/2003 8:14:53 AM
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David Graifman   40 Manhattan, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Keefe, Bruyette & Woods - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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TO DAVID:



I came to know you only after your death, through the loving stories and tributes of your friends and family. The more I read and hear about you, the more I realize how much I missed by not having the privilege of knowing you in life, though I now feel as if I did: from your love of whacky watches and your beloved New York Mets; to your skill and competence in your profession; from your aspiration to make the world a better and a more fun place to live, to your compassion and offbeat humor.

It is a tribute to your strength of character that, a continent away, I can so palpably feel the huge hole in the world your absence from it has left.

I read an Internet post you left, consoling someone who had lost their father. Less than a month before your passing, you wrote of how you would cope with your own parents eventual deaths, saying, The fact that I remember them is proof that theyll still exist. If that is true, then you are still here with us. Your loving brother Brian keeps your memory alive, by circulating loving stories about you to those who knew you, and by spreading your spirit to those who now wish they did.

My deepest condolences to your wife, Christine, your brothers, Brian and Gary, your parents, Ruth and Julius, and to the countless people who loved you and who miss you so much.

Love and prayers to you on your journey.

Martina Silas
Los Angeles
- submitted: 12/2/2001 6:37:14 PM
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Dear David: We miss you and love you. You were a great brother, a loving son and wonderful husband. We needed you here within our reach. We miss you. Your brother - GARY - submitted: 3/12/2002 8:17:24 AM
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I never knew you and never met you, but had the privilege of working with Gary and helping to establish the NYU scholarship fund that bears your name. It gave me such a strange sense of hope, that somehow something good could come of something so horrific. I won't ever forget. May you rest in peace..... Jana - submitted: 6/7/2002 1:55:59 PM
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Another memorial to David appears at: http://tiles.remember.yahoo.com/view/5d95fda794 - submitted: 9/12/2002 9:24:25 PM
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David, I know all of your family, but you were the young man I will always remember, you and I spoke on the phone many, many times. Your sense of humor even as a young boy was always wonderful to hear. I watched you grow into a young man that was respectful, Kind, and very caring. I will always miss and remember you. - submitted: 9/18/2002 4:37:52 PM
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Dearest David,
I know FOR FACT that your soul is with our God in Heaven. I feel a closeness to you since your cousin, Craig is only two months older than you. My love goes out to Christina, Ruth and Julie.
I only knew you as a "little kid" as I moved to California when you were only 13 years old, BUT, even at that young age, I knew you would be a star. You have now joined many stars in Heaven.
Love to your family,
Joan (Graifman) Kazimier - submitted: 9/19/2002 3:50:17 AM
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I love you Uncle David -Hanna - submitted: 3/25/2010 12:51:39 PM
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Gilbert Granados   51 Hicksville, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:11:23 PM
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Lauren Grandcolas   36 San Rafael, CA United States  
United Airlines - Flight 93 - Sales Worker: Good Housekeeping Magazine - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:37:24 PM
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Lauren Grandcolas, 36, called her husband, Jack, from her West Coast-bound flight. When he did not answer, said sister-in-law Susie Bauer, she left a message saying there was trouble on the plane but that she was comfortable. ''She said she loved him and loved her family very much,'' Bauer recounted. Grandcolas, who worked as a sales representative for Good Housekeeping magazine in San Francisco, met her husband while attending the University of Texas. The couple lived in the Bay Area for 15 years, most recently in San Rafael in Marin County. - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:38:04 PM
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In an article in Lauren's hometown newspaper, the Marin County Independent Journal, the following quote was attributed to her: "Get busy living, or get busy dying." Something tells me this lady stayed busy living right until the last moment. She is missed. - submitted: 2/12/2002 6:14:22 PM
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Oh... Lauren thank you. Thank you for the gift of my life. For running like the wind and living like there is no tomorrow. Thank you for inspiring your sisters to finish the book that has inspired the rest of us to do something...anything with our lives. The world is our oyster. Cheers to you beautiful spirit... - Jane Stein, Columbus, OH - submitted: 12/20/2005 6:55:22 PM
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Elvira Granitto   43 Bronx, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:12:01 PM
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Winston Arthur Grant   59 West Hempstead, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:12:27 PM
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Christopher S. Gray   32 Weehawken, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Our Quarterback, 1988-1991; Fondly remembered by all West Virginia University Football fans....We miss you.... - submitted: 11/21/2001 6:34:54 AM
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A fellow Manalapan High School graduate. You are still remembered. - submitted: 8/12/2005 1:02:25 PM
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Ian J Gray   55 Washington, DC United States  
Passenger - American Airlines Flight 77, president of healthcare consulting firm - submitted: 9/13/2001 4:12:50 PM
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To Ian-
You were a wonderful father and husband to me for many years. We will always love you. - submitted: 12/6/2001 11:45:51 AM
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you'll always be in our hearts and on our minds. - submitted: 2/8/2004 6:26:26 PM
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James Michael Gray   34 Staten Island, NY United States  
World Trade Center - firefighter , New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:13:37 PM
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My Son, My Hero almost 5 years and the pain is still so strong. Love Mom - submitted: 7/20/2006 12:33:48 PM
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Linda Mair Grayling   44 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:14:02 PM
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John M. Grazioso   41 Middletown, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - eSpeed salesman, Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:14:33 PM
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You were the first lost soul that I was able to help identify with the ID Team. You are my connection to this horrible tragedy, and I think often of you, your brother and your family. I work near your memorial in Clifton, and think of you every day as I drive past. We will never forget..... - submitted: 3/14/2005 12:48:32 PM
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Tim Grazioso   42 Clifton, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - trader, Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You will always be remembered as a man who followed his dreams. We grieve with your family and for your family. May God rest your soul. Cindy McAfee - submitted: 2/27/2002 1:08:21 PM
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I NEVER REALLY GOT TO MEET YOU. BUT SPOKE TO YOU WHEN EVER YOU NEEDED A CAR HOME FROM WORK OR TO AIRPORT. YOU WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED.
WENDY - submitted: 9/16/2004 2:28:06 PM
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Andrew Curry Green   34 Los Angeles, CA United States  
Passenger American Airlines flight 11 - submitted: 9/14/2001 5:29:21 PM
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Andrew Curry Green, 34, moved to the Los Angeles area about six months ago to become director of business development for eLogic, a Venice-based Internet company, according to Jeff Greisch, one of Green's colleagues. ''Andrew was a very hard-working, capable young man,'' Greisch said. Green and Jeff Mladenik, 43, eLogic's temporary CEO, were flying back to Los Angeles after a business trip to Boston. Mladenik, a husband and father of four, lived in Hinsdale, Ill., but made frequent trips to Los Angeles. ''It's a devastating loss,'' Greisch said. ''A tragic, tragic event.'' Green is survived by his wife, Shannon. - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:38:55 PM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:15:09 PM
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Derrick Arthur Green   44 Bronx, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:15:36 PM
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Wade Brian Green   42 Westbury, NY United States  
World Trade Center -Thomason Financial - submitted: 10/31/2001 10:46:23 PM
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As a boy, Wade B. Green was a mischievous rascal until his sister, Alicia, was born. "One night he stayed up with me when I was feeding the baby and he said, `Mommy, did you have to do that with me, too?"' said his mother, Wilhelmina. "When Wade realized how much care an infant required, he decided he would be my helper." A kindness marked his remaining years. His was known as the gentle giant. Mr. Green, 42, did not work in the trade center regularly. But he was there on Sept. 11, as a Thomason Financial employee, setting up computers for a conference at Windows on the World, said his wife, Roxanne. He was handsome, clean-cut and not afraid of hard work, she said. In a storm last winter, he shoveled snow from the driveway of a pregnant neighbor in Westbury, N.Y. "He was very well liked," his wife said. "He had a smile that was to die for." (nytimes.com) - submitted: 10/31/2001 10:47:12 PM
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Wanda A. Green   49 Linden, NJ United States  
United Airlines - Flight 93 - Flight Attendant - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:40:12 PM
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Ms. Wanda we only met a few times, but you have a charming personality and great of smile. You didnt deserve to die in such a tragic way. You are truly an angel and you are greatly missed...Love Always S.E. - submitted: 9/11/2002 3:02:09 PM
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Elaine Myra Greenberg   56 Manhattan, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:16:20 PM
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Donald F. Greene   52 Greenwich, CT United States  
United Airlines - Flight 93 - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:42:01 PM
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Donald was a licensed pilot and the vice president and chief executive officer of the Safe Flight Instrument Corp. of White Plains, N.Y. He was on his way to a camping reunion with his three brothers. ''They were going to spend time together and do a hiking and camping trip,'' said Brian Wood, the vice president of the Gassetts Group. ''They had planned it for some time.'' - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:42:48 PM
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Gayle R. Greene   51 Montville, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - vice president of professional resource group, Marsh & McLennan Companies Inc. - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten.. - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:16:50 PM
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James Arthur Greenleaf   32 Waterford, CT United States  
World Trade Center - Carr Futures - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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In loving memory of a childhood friend, my heart goes out to your family. I am so sorry for your loss.
God Bless you all, Myles Dunn - submitted: 9/7/2002 8:57:09 AM
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Eileen M. Greenstein   52 Morris Plains, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - Aon Corp. - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten.... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:17:30 PM
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Lisa Martin "Lisa" Gregg   52 Brooklyn, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Fred Alger Management - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten.... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:18:06 PM
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She was brilliant, drank iced coffee constantly, and was extremely nice to everyone. What a great person. - submitted: 1/18/2006 6:11:28 PM
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Denise Gregory   39 Queens, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Carr Futures - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:18:38 PM
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Donald H. Gregory   62 Ramsey, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten.... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:19:02 PM
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Florence Moran Gregory   38 Breezy Point, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Aon Corp. - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:19:25 PM
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Yo Flo,
I miss you so much. - submitted: 3/1/2009 1:07:22 PM
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Jack Gregory   53 Manhattan, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:19:54 PM
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Pedro Grehan   35 Hoboken, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Pedro, hermano delalma. Que manera de extraarte. porque te fuiste? Pasaron ya 10 meses desde que te fuiste, y todavia no lo puedo creer, no quiero creer que sea cierto que no estas mas conmigo. Te quiero.
Agus

- submitted: 7/5/2002 6:53:40 AM
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Hermano querido, la verdad que no pas un solo da en el que no piense en vos, te quiero mucho y te extrao ms. Me doy cuenta que despus de 10 meses lo nico que me consuela es saber que estas con Dios pero cmo me gustara que estes con nosotros. Te mando un abrazo grande, te quiero mucho,
Tu hermano Nacho.

- submitted: 7/5/2002 3:10:36 PM
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John M Griffin   38 Waldwick, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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I WORKED WITH JOHN AT 1 N. Y. PLAZA I WAS SAD TO HEAR THAT HE WAS IN THE BUILDING.HE WOULD ALWAYS TALK ABOUT HOW MUCH HE LOVED HIS FAMILY.BL OF PETROCELLI ELECTRIC - submitted: 1/18/2003 11:25:49 AM
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Dear Griff,
I still think of you and what happened all the time. You were truly one of a kind. I'm sure you and my Mom are hanging out up there. We will all be together someday. Miss you always, praying everday. All of our love and tears, Rose, Gary & Tonie - submitted: 7/27/2003 8:47:37 PM
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i lived in waldwick a while ago....i have met john once...i will never forget him...he will be in everybodys heart forever - submitted: 6/2/2005 1:58:11 PM
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Tawanna Sherry Griffin   30 Brooklyn, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:20:53 PM
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Joan D. Griffith   Willingboro, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - office manager, Fiduciary Trust International - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:21:30 PM
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Warren Grifka   54 Brooklyn, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:21:54 PM
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Ramon Grijalvo   58  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:22:24 PM
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you were a wonderful human being and are missed - submitted: 1/14/2007 7:43:45 AM
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Joseph F. Grillo   New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Port Authority of New York and New Jersey - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten.... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:22:47 PM
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A living memory of your kindred heartedness was carved in the hearts of those people and kinsfolks you've left behind whose lives you have touched and whose dreams you inspired...rest in peace my dear. A. Roth-Mortel - submitted: 6/28/2008 4:11:16 AM
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David Grimner   51 Merrick, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:23:11 PM
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Francis Grogan   76 Easton, MA United States  
Passenger - United Airlines Flight 175, priest at Holy Cross Church - submitted: 9/13/2001 2:04:05 PM
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Father Francis was a veteran of World War II, Grogan served as a parish priest, a chaplain and teacher at Holy Cross schools. - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:43:48 PM
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We've lost so many of our WWII vets in the last few years, sorry to see another loss. Thank you for your service of our country - rest in peace. - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:44:55 PM
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Hay, Im from Missouri and Im a Grogan. The Grogans down here send you uor condolances and sempothy! We hope you remain to remember Francis! Hi Im Randall Dwaine Grogan My e-mail is nowhere@socket.net Hope to here from ya!!!!!!! - submitted: 11/5/2002 4:09:19 PM
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Linda Gronlund   46 Warwick, NY United States  
United Airlines - Flight 93 - Environmental Compliance: BMW - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:46:25 PM
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Dear Linda, we miss you very much. As we prepare for another SCCA season of racing, we miss your smile, your experience and dedication to Flagging and Communications, and your dedication to keeping the drivers and workers safe. The Control Tower and the flag net will never be quite the same without you. You are our Hero. We know in our hearts that you and Joe were among the passengers on Flight 93 that helped to disable the hijackers and save many other lives. SCCA will always be proud of your sacrifice and will never forget it's special heroes. - submitted: 1/29/2002 7:30:32 PM
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Dear Linda, we miss you very much. As we prepare for another SCCA season of racing, we will miss your smile, your experience and dedication to Flagging and Communications, and your dedication to keeping the drivers and workers safe. The Control Tower and the flag net will never be quite the same without you. You are our Hero. We know in our hearts that you and Joe were among the passengers on Flight 93 in Shanksville, PA, that helped to disable the hijackers and save many other lives. SCCA will always be proud of your sacrifice and will never forget it's special heroes. Your spirit soars in Heaven like it did on the race track. Missing you very much, Lynne Sharpless DeHart, SCCA F & C. - submitted: 1/29/2002 7:50:49 PM
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Without your bravery and smarts where would we be. Only God knows. Your guiding light will forever be. Thank you. - submitted: 12/27/2006 5:28:17 PM
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Ken G. Grouzalis   56 Lyndhurst, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - Port Authority of New York and New Jersey - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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I have been scrolling to find a lost one from Lyndhurst. My mom prayed so hard for each of you and last month she passed away. Each day she looked out her window at lower Manhatten and prayed for all the lost ones from Lyndhurst. Peace to all of you and to my mom. - submitted: 8/12/2002 7:48:07 PM
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Matthew J. Gryzmalski   34 New Hyde Park, NY United States  
World Trade Center - bond broker, Cantor Fitzgerald - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:25:09 PM
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Joseph Grzelak   52 Staten Island, NY United States  
World Trade Center - battalion commander, New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Chief Grzelak was last seen heading toward the lower levels with his aid and the Director of Fire and Life Services for the WTC Complex, Ret. Capt James J. Corrigan, FDNY. They were attempting to reopen the lines of communication between the firefighters in the lobby with those who ascended in an effort to evacuate. - submitted: 2/26/2002 2:33:10 PM
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Joseph, we will NEVER FORGET what a HERO you were, and we want you to know that you were doing the best you could with what you were handed. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't think about you and Sept.11th. I don't understand how people can hate us so much like those that attacked us on 9/11. The anger that I feel today and everyday is something that I will live with, I just can't forgive anyone right now because they took you from us. You are with me daily, Love, Cousin Nancy - submitted: 9/4/2002 7:57:59 AM
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Your sacrifice will never be forgotten - submitted: 3/13/2006 8:29:54 PM
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Robert Joseph Gschaar   55 Spring Valley, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Aon Corp. - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:26:17 PM
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LiMing "Michael" Gu   34 Piscataway, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You will be remembered forever. Xinzhou - submitted: 9/12/2002 9:13:41 PM
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Richard Guadagno   38 Eureka, CA United States  
United Airlines - Flight 93 - Manager: Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:47:57 PM
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Richard had completed federal law enforcement training, and it's easy for his friends to imagine that he was involved in what is believed to have been a heroic effort by passengers to thwart the terrorist hijackers. ''Richard would have been one of the ones to intervene,'' said Dave Paullin, his supervisor at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Guadagno, 38, who spent 17 years with the agency, was a wiry 5-foot-8 dynamo - ''in a word, intense,'' Paullin said - who wanted to be outdoors. A stained glass artist, he hunted, fished, camped, hiked, studied the stars and worked in his greenhouse. Guadagno spent most of the last year supervising work on a new visitor's center at the refuge. ''He watched over that project like a mother hen,'' Paullin said. ''He really wanted it to be an asset to the community. He was looking forward to showing off 'his' refuge.'' - submitted: 10/19/2001 3:48:55 PM
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May Richard rest peacefully wherever he is now...I do not have authority over his soul but ask that God would watch over him and those close to this man. Amen - submitted: 4/28/2006 11:36:17 PM
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To Richard's family. I want you all o know that Richard will never be just some guy who perished on 9/11. I have spoken to my nine year old son about the sacrifices Richard and others made on that horrible September day in hopes that he will one day pass their heroism on to his children. When my two year old is old enough to understand I will explain the events of 9/11 to him as well. I remember Richard and all of his family every night in my prayers. God Bless you all and he will not be forgotten. - submitted: 7/29/2008 9:21:22 PM
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Jose Antonio Guadalupe   37 Rochdale Village , NY United States  
World Trade Center - firefighter, New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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I AM A FORMER VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER AND I WEAR A MEMORIAL BRACELET EVERY DAY WITH JOSE'S NAME RANK AND ENGINE CO. TO REMIND ME OF THE SACRIFICE HE MADE TO HELP OTHERS.ALL FIREFIGHTERS ARE HEROS. - submitted: 9/12/2002 10:23:32 AM
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I am an 18 year old from Superior, WI that was in 5th grade at the time of the attacks. I wore a bracelet with Jose's name on it for two years until I visited New York. It now rests on a cross next to my nightstand. I have prayed for you and your family every day since that bracelet was placed on my wrist. Thank you for all you did. You are a true American Hero. - submitted: 10/29/2009 9:03:13 PM
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Yan Zhu "Cindy" Guan   25 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:27:06 PM
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Geoffrey E. Guja   54 Lindenhurst, NY United States  
World Trade Center - firefighter, New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Big and loud, Geoffrey E. Guja always made sure that life was fun for everyone around him. He built tiki huts for parties at the beach and took his golden retriever, Simba, with him to the bars. He even kept a yellow-feather chicken costume in the closet that he donned for special occasions, like his daughter's sweet 16 party last month. It always got laughs. Lieutenant Guja, 47, was a New York City firefighter for 15 years, and lived with his wife, Debbie, and two daughters, Jamie and Kelly, in Lindenhurst, N.Y. He surfed every summer at Gilgo Beach, and was so popular there that he was called the mayor. At his funeral last Saturday, his wife arranged for a flower replica of his chicken costume to be laid on his grave. "There's nobody else like him," she said. "The world is going to be very quiet and boring without him." - submitted: 10/18/2001 10:43:02 PM
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Remember Gilgo Beach good friend! Rest in Peace ! - submitted: 8/7/2002 8:02:45 AM
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I worked with Geoffrey when he was an employee for LILCO, During Hurricane Gloria we worked as damage survey personnel. His smile will be missed by me and many others
Daniel J Pryor - submitted: 9/10/2007 7:54:31 AM
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Lt. Joseph Gullickson   37 Staten Island, NY United States  
World Trade Center - firefighter , New York Fire Department - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:27:45 PM
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Babita Guman   33 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:28:06 PM
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Douglas B Gurian   38  
World Trade Center - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:28:32 PM
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Janet H. Gustafson   48 New York, NY United States  
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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janey yet i dont know you i feel for u and the rest of our family beacuse i am / was realted you you even thugh we never met i feel for you and now that i saw ur name i feel for you more then ever - submitted: 9/10/2002 12:34:55 PM
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Mom I love you so much....i turned 16 so much for the joint 16th/50th birthday party....I miss you more then you know everyday - submitted: 4/3/2003 12:05:13 PM
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To the daughter of Janet~~May your memories of your mom carry you through until the day you see her again. God Bless and keep you...Diane Nadelhoffer, Burlington, WI - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:31:07 PM
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Philip T. Guza   54 Sea Bright, NJ United States  
World Trade Center - Aon Corp. - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Hey, we met once..my brother and I came up and he helped to organize all of your payroll spreadsheets. Heh, I'm sorry we couldn't have gotten to know each other better.
-Myles Orfi Ehrlich, Lisa Ehrlich's Son. - submitted: 5/26/2003 10:15:38 PM
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Sabita Guzman    
World Trade Center - submitted: 8/19/2002
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You are not forgotten... - submitted: 5/19/2004 2:31:53 PM
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Barbara Guzzardo   49 Glendale, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Aon Corp. - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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I WAS DEVASTATED WHEN I SAW YOUR PHOTO ON THE TV THAT YOU WERE MISSING. I HAVE KNOWN YOU SINCE I WAS A YOUNG GIRL RUNNING AROUND MY MOMS OFFICE. YOU ALWAYS HAD AN INCREDIBLE PRESENCE AND I ALWAYS LOVED HOW YOU CARRIED YOURSELF. YOU LEAVE BEHIND YOUR SON, ANTHONY WHO I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO CONTACT BECAUSE I WANT HIM TO KNOW HOW MUCH YOU MEANT TO ME AND TO LET HIM KNOW HE IS NOT ALONE BECAUSE I KNOW HIS PAIN. I LOST MY MOMMY WHEN I WAS ONLY 10YRS. OLD AND I KNOW WHAT IT IS LIKE TO LOSE THE MOST IMPORTANT PERSON IN YOUR LIFE- I KNOW WHAT IT IS LIKE TO NEED THEM AND WANT THEM THERE. I WANT TO BE THERE FOR HIM - SO I AM TRYING TO FIND HIM BARBARA. YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN - I PRAY FOR YOU AND YOUR HUSBAND AND ANTHONY EVERY MORNING IN MY WAY TO WORK. YOU WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY THOUGHTS AND A PART OF MY HEART. LOVE, VICTORIA - submitted: 6/6/2002 12:10:29 PM
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Peter Mark Gyulavary   44 Warwick, NY United States  
World Trade Center - Washington Group International - submitted: 10/3/2001 8:39:31 AM
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Those who worked with Peter in January 1980 to document the ruined imperial capital, Vijayanagara (South India) are shocked and deeply saddened by his all too early passing. We send our heartfelt condolences to his family in Australia and America. John M. Fritz Director Vijayanagara Research Project - submitted: 11/4/2001 2:58:16 PM
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