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In Tribute to Jeffrey M. Dingle
32 years old.   Residence: New York, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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My sincere thoughts and prayer goes out to the family of Jeffery M. Dingle. May he rest in peace.

*** Posted by Audrey L. Hilliard on 2012-09-11 ***

All I can say is THANK YOU, to everyone for your kind words and sharing
your memories of my cousin "Jeffy",thats what I called him. It heart warming to know he touched so many lives. I love you all and God bless. (:

*** Posted by Earline Dingle on 2012-09-10 ***

I met JD through my man and brother from another mother JP (James Wales), from the BX. Man o man, all I can say is JD became like a big brother to me over the time I knew him. We hung out tuff most nights after work, when JP and I got off. We did it big and he always had an inspirational motive to discuss.

JD was about community and helping our troubled youth. I was with him just the week prior to 9-11 and we were to meet up after he finished up with his introduction, that day in the WTC. I think, the plan was to hit 'Windows' that night. It was to be a congratulatory event because JD was just about to/or had landed a pretty big deal. JP and I worked at NDB at the time right there in Jersey City across from the WTC.

He was someone I looked up to and respected. A great brother and more importantly a great man. I will never forget him. It's all so funny, because his cousin is someone I knew when I was growing up in Hempstead. Rick Dingle was also someone cut from the same cloth and someone I respect.

Anyway, much love to JD and God bless his wife and kids. I'm in GA now and still miss my man, I use to toss 'em up with.

*** Posted by Terry Barreau on 2011-05-04 ***

Jeff was a wonderful person. While Jeff was at Villanova, he heard about a another high school runner that was close to his high school record. That was me. Jeff heard that I was in a group home and really wanted to take an interest in me.
Jeff was wonderful. Doing all that he can to encourage me to to be the best. I never forgot seeing him walk on the track and do laps with us. I will never forget Jeff. I felt his spirit, and it will last for ever.
Much love to you Jeff, you never forgotten. I talk to my kids about you often. I wish the best for Jeff and his family and all the victims of 9/11.

*** Posted by CHRIS cOTTON on 2010-09-11 ***

I knew Jeffery in school but I knew him and his brother from living on the same block as my grandparents. He was a beautiful person as for all of his family... God bless

*** Posted by Carol Tirino Arafa on 2010-09-10 ***

I knew Jeffrey back in high school. All I can remember is his beautiful, shining smile. Everyone liked him, from the jocks to the preps. He was a good person with a warm soul, and you can see that in his photos. It breaks my heart that this happened, and I think about him and the family he left behind often. I would like to find a way to contact his wife and make sure that they have everything they need, and I pray that they are okay and healing from this loss.

*** Posted by Anna on 2010-08-17 ***

I went to HS with Jeff. He was the BEST friend anyone could be. He helped whenever he could and was a mentor in sports that he excelled.

*** Posted by Hugo Jimenez on 2008-09-11 ***

I met J.D. in a park in the Bronx. He played basketball with my friends. He was a great player and a great person. He always spoke about his children. He was definitely one of the nicest people I have ever met, always going out of his way to help someone out. I was much younger than him, and he always spoke to me about things a girl would have spoken to her brother about. That's just the kind of guy he was.

J.D., you are deeply missed and will never be forgotten. God bless you and your family. See you on the other side.

*** Posted by Krista Moffa on 2007-09-12 ***

I met Jeffrey while working at Bear Stearns in NY.  Jeffrey was a fun loving, most positive man that loved his family, life and work.  He was great to be around and is missed my many of the support staff.  I am fortunate to have known him and send his family love, power and strength!  My thoughts are with you!!!!

*** Posted by Veronica Williams(Calhoun) on 2005-08-06 ***

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