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In Tribute to Daniel R. Brandhorst
41 years old.   Residence: Los Angeles, Calif
Passenger of Flight 175

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I was introduced to Daniel, David, and Ronald only for a short time. They were very kind to me, and never treated me as an outsider. I often remember little David following me across the street to the passing taco truck, or the time he followed me up a ladder without my knowledge to the front side of the roof. His last words to me before they left were that they were not coming back; they were forever staying where they were going. I took that as a child's play until I heard the plane went down. I knew that moment they were on the plane. We discussed them coming home early. They were and are always missed by myself, and especially the world misses them. They were taken away from us by evil of this world, but it also reminds us to love those close while we still can.

Paul Kuzichev (their handyman)

*** Posted by Paul Kuzichev on 2009-04-06 ***

Dan and I were high school classmates at LHS. Each year on this date I say a special heartfelt prayer for Dan and his family.

*** Posted by MHA on 2008-09-11 ***

Daniel always made it a point that the whole family be together for Christmas. There were years that he paid for family members to travel so everyone could be home for Christmas. Christmas will never be the same again. We miss you!

*** Posted by Dawn on 2007-12-28 ***

I met Dan when he transferred to the Los Angeles office of PricewaterhouseCoopers in 1996. A colleague of mine said, "You have to meet this new guy who came from the East Coast. He is a great person!" We became friends instantly. Dan was totally dedicated to his work and family. He was a wonderful, kind, compassionate man with a great heart. My favorite memory was his yearly phone call to me to tell me that his tux was ready--even at a moment's notice--Dan knows what I am talking about! He was one of the best, and I feel very fortunate to have had him in my life. I will always miss him!

*** Posted by Michele Morgan on 2007-09-12 ***

My memories of September 11th 2001 are very sad, and like Daniel I once worked for Chartered Accountants and knew a number of people from both Pricewaterhouse and Coopers and Lybrand before the merger. Many people think 9/11 both could and should have been avoided due to prior warning. People will be encouraged to know that loved ones lost will not be forgotten.

*** Posted by Michael Stephen Nolan on 2007-04-30 ***

I only knew Dan through a friend but for me, he is the face of all of the innocent victims of that horrible day. He was a regular guy who went to work, helped his family, loved his friends and lived his life in a great way. Like all the other people who died in this attack, he did not derserve the violence that was inflicted upon him. My condolences to his family and friends who loved him.

*** Posted by Diana C on 2006-09-11 ***

Dan was a dear friend and will be greatly missed. My brother and myself worked Security for Dan for a number of years with LandMark Security. He directed me to go to college and be something. I'm a teacher now thanks in part to Dan's persistance in checking up on me time to time to make sure I was finishing college. I'm married now 7 years and have two boys that are 3 and 5. I pass on some of the knowledge that Dan showed me on to my boys. I never got a chance to Thank You for all you did for me. I look forward to some day being able to Thank You. My thoughts and prayers will always be with you.

*** Posted by Mick Bart on 2006-08-27 ***

I was a friend of Dan who worked security for him in Syracuse, NY during my college years. I will always be grateful for the time I was able to share with Dan. I am sad to the core about his death, but I am honored by having the priviledge to have personally known such a wonderfull human being. Thanks, Dan, for the gift of being a friend.

Rick

*** Posted by Rick Berenson on 2006-08-26 ***

Hi. I am Daniel Brandhorst's niece. Before my grandmother, Alberta, passed away from Cancer, she said (with her eyes) that she was so depressed that her Cancer acted up again. I miss them so much... I am only 10 and I have gone through so much!

*** Posted by Magen on 2006-04-02 ***

what a very loving couple.  our thoughts and prayers go out to the family.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2006-03-31 ***

I knew his mother Alberta who passed away last month. The grief at the loss of her son and grandson had to be tremendous. She was a sweet and kind woman.

*** Posted by John Bowden on 2004-12-21 ***


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