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In Tribute to Brian Felix Nunez
29 years old.   Residence: New York, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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I met Brian a short time before 9-11. I was out to lunch at a deli and we had a short conversation. That same day after work, we surprisingly met again. It turned out that we both worked at the World Trade Center and both lived on Staten Island. We were taking the same train to get to the Ferry. During our journey home, we talked the entire time. We then found out that we both had the same last name. I remember us talking about the possibility of being related somewhere down the line. We talked about his job, and I remember how easy and enjoyable the conversation was. He was such a nice and friendly person.

The day of 9-11, I immediately thought about him since I knew where he worked. My heart sank. Even though I only knew Brian for a very short time, I will never forget him.

*** Posted by L. Nunez on 2007-01-24 ***

God Bless You

*** Posted by Janet and Brian W. Nunez on 2007-01-13 ***

I didn't know Brian, and I live in San Francisco - far away from New York. Shortly after the tragedy, I heard on tv about someone who had chosen a victim and their family to pray for. They had made the committment to do this for the rest of their lives. I searched through the names and found Brian. He and I were the same age. I decided to pray for Brian. I had good intentions to pray everyday, but I haven't always been as faithful as I wanted to. I do pray for him and his family often. Whenever I think of 9-11, I think of Brian and the many who loved him dearly. I will continue to do this for the rest of my life. God Bless you all, you are in my heart.

*** Posted by Kathleen Talbot on 2006-09-11 ***

I was overseas on 9/11/01. Thousands of miles from NY, I watched on TV as the centerpiece of the skyline in the city I called home crumbled. I was devastated by what happened but, relieved that no I knew personally had been affected. This year (2006) I returned to visit Staten Island and I felt the shock of my life when I saw a familiar street renamed Brian Nunez Way. I inquired of friends who still lived on Staten Island and found out what I dreaded was true. Brian Nunez was lost in the WTC attacks. Brian was one of my closest friends during high school and several years after. He was a loyal and trustworthy friend that could always be counted on. There were many times he saved my neck. Brian moved from our old neighborhood and I left Staten Island so we both lost touch.

Although many years have passed since that tragic day, I want to say;" Brian you were an awesome friend, we had some great times together and I will always remember you". I also want to extend my deepest sympathies to Eric, Neal and Joanne. I will keep you all in my prayers.

*** Posted by Shibu Mathew Philips on 2006-09-11 ***

As I sit here today to write my thoughts, I am first awed by the fact it has been 5 years since you were so brutely ripped from our lives. Our lives have managed to move forward, but there is this unmistakable radiating dull ache that exists in our hearts. You are more missed today than ever.

I look at my children and think how much they they have missed out, by not having you in their lives. You would be so proud of them.

I myself feel nothing but sorrow. I was so proud of the man you had become and I miss our heart felt conversations.

I think of you every day. There are times when my mind drifts and I wish I could talk to you, so I do, now I pray to you. It's not the same, but it comforts me.

We love and miss you. You are in our thoughts and hearts every day.

Aunt Karen

*** Posted by Aunt Karen on 2006-09-10 ***

I look at this memorial & Brian's page has been visited 203 times, yet no one has written anything. I myself find it very hard to write my feelings for my son. As we approach the 5th anniversary I can honestly tell you it does not get any better.

Brian, know that your family & friends miss & love you.


*** Posted by JoAnne Lovett on 2006-06-24 ***

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