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In Tribute to David Brian Brady
41 years old.   Residence: Summit, N.J.
Died in World Trade Center

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It was August of 1997, and my first month working at Merrill Lynch as a sales assistant.  I was walking through an area of the department and I looked over to my right and saw this huge picture of Abraham Lincoln on the wall of this office.  Being a Civil War enthusiast I was in awe of this picture and I said to myself "I have to meet the person who occupies this office".  I thought "what an interesting person this must be".  That was an understatement. 

From that day on, David and I would have these discussions on the character of Abraham Lincoln and how much good he did for this country.  David was so passionate in our discussions.  As a sales assistant, most, if not all of the financial advisors wouldn't even give you the time of day.  Not David.  He would always find time to have a coversation, no matter how low on the totem pole you were.  He was so professional and was someone I highly valued as a role model, professionally and as a human being.  He would always give me a meaningful "good morning" or "how are you doing", no matter who was present or who he was talking to.  He would always go out of his way. He was such a great guy and I wish I could have known him on a deeper level.  When I look back now, I see his great big smile so clearly.  He was so positive.  He was a class act.  I will never forget David Brady. God bless his family and friends.

*** Posted by Thomas Cafaro on 2004-03-07 ***

My brother-in-law knew David well. I have heard stories of David's devotion to his family and to helping others through his business. May his family heal and be left with happy memories of their years together.

*** Posted by a fellow American on 2004-01-28 ***

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