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In Tribute to Jeremy Glick
31 years old.   Residence: Hewlett, N.J.
Passenger of Flight 193

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Jermery is such a great hero. He will always be remember.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2011-10-03 ***

You had something special and I could see it the first time I met you. You are missed.

*** Posted by Tim Flaherty on 2011-09-11 ***

we will never forget you R.I.P

*** Posted by lataryion on 2011-09-09 ***

r.i.p. the world will all ways rember you

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2011-09-09 ***

Jeremy- your story lives on to touch the people of this country who can live free because of the acts of courage that you and your comrades performed on that fateful day nearly ten years ago. In such a frightful moment, you thought of others, and sacrificed all you had to help the many strangers around you. Thank you

*** Posted by nik on 2011-05-04 ***

Un heroe sin palabras para describir lo que hiciste, descansa en paz, lo que tu hiciste junto a los demas pasajeros es de valientes, gracias por dejarnos en el mundo un recuerdo de un ser valiente que no quiso morir arrodillandose y bajando la cabeza sino echandole valor a todo. D.E.P. desde Espaņa.

[Ed. - A hero, I'm without words to describe what you did. Rest in peace. What you did, along with the other passengers, were the acts of brave people. Thank you for leaving us out in the world a reminder that being brave is refusing to die with bowed head and kneeling but rather showing bravery to everyone. R.I.P. from Spain.]

*** Posted by Jose Antonio on 2010-09-25 ***

We just wanted to say Thanks for all you tried to do. You gave your own life in order to save many more. You will never be forgotten Jeremy! Rest In Peace Jeremy Glick

*** Posted by Timothy A Glick on 2010-09-11 ***

He was one of the three greatest modern American heroes, he and his two comrades. Salute!

*** Posted by Felix Slette on 2010-09-05 ***

Hi I'm Destinee and I just want to say that I am doing a research report on 9/11 people who died and this death hit my heart very closely and I feel terrible for this loss. I'm sooooo sorry and your story will definitely be in my report as a great remembrance to all the tragedies of 9/11.

*** Posted by destinee:)) on 2010-04-12 ***

When people ask me who my heroes are ... what persons I most admire ... or even people who inspire me, it is not Lincoln or Washington or Martin Luther King Jr. or other pioneers of this country. It is the passengers of flight 93. It is people ... ordinary people like Jeremy Glick and Tom Burnett and Todd Beamer. Ordinary people that did an extraordinary thing trying to protect me from terrorism, and in doing so ... they gave their lives. I am forever indebted and forever grateful. Thank you.

*** Posted by Ms Jamie Dawes on 2010-03-22 ***

I have the special on again "INSIDE 9/11" on NATIONAL GEO channel. It's amazing what this true New Jerseyan did. What a great guy, first in life, and now in eternal rest up in heaven. Thank you, Jeremy. So young—you're my age, only late thirties, just was so, so young you would have still been however living through your lovely sweet brave wife each minute of the as sweet little eight-year-old little girl. We all remember you and shall NEVER EVER ever forget, as me and my parental right organization, I volunteer at always watch when we can. So sad, but love to see how brave you and others were, and we are always thinking of your family each day in our daily prayers.

Lyz, Jeremy, god bless you both.

Morgan Clark, 39, mother of three, Rahway, N.J.

*** Posted by Morgan on 2010-03-22 ***

May God bless you and your family. You were a true hero, and you will never be forgotten.

*** Posted by Mary McKenna on 2010-03-21 ***

R.I.P., Jeremy Glick.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2010-02-04 ***


You are an inspiration to all of us of a truly loving and courageous man. Thank you from your grateful countrymen and women. Peace and comfort to your family. May they take comfort in knowing what a true hero you were.

*** Posted by Michele on 2009-12-15 ***

I first read an article about Jeremy in 2001. Eight years later, I still cannot read about the passengers of United 93 without eventually tearing up or flat-out crying. Time has passed, but the memory of these courageous people has never left me nor, I'm sure, many, many Americans.

I hope that you, his family, are well. And Emerson, I hope you know, someday, that your daddy was, is, and will always be loved and admired by the people of this country.

*** Posted by Gina on 2009-10-25 ***

For Jeremy's daughter,

Little Emerson can't remember her daddy, but he is with her every moment. She was just 3 months old then, and now she is eight years old. Time never stops, no matter how we want it to. Lyz will always see Jeremy in Em's eyes.

*** Posted by Joan Glickman on 2009-10-09 ***

Dear Lyz,

As I remember the events of that horrible day, I see images of you from all the different news reports and articles that have been written. As a mother and wife, hearing your story makes me imagine what life would be like without my husband. You and your daughter are in my thoughts today, and I pray that you understand how appreciative I am, and the world is, of your husband's bravery. Take care and God bless.

*** Posted by Donna from Epping, NH on 2009-09-11 ***

I have been a member of the US Army for 10 years and watched in horror as events of 9/11 came to pass. I watched the events in Pennsylvania from the top of a rucksack waiting to deploy if needed. In the days that followed I heard about Jeremy and his heroic actions that day and I felt pride in my name. He is the hero I have strived to become.  Today I remember him and all he has done for his country and me personally. Thank You Jeremy!(SALUTE)

*** Posted by SSG Russell Glick on 2009-09-11 ***

Your bravery and courage on September 11, 2001 will never be forgotten. Everyone still feels the pain your family felt on that terrible day. My prayers go out to Lyz, Emerson, and the rest of the family. May you rest in heaven peacefully.

Steven J. Lazarus

*** Posted by Steven J. Lazarus on 2009-06-23 ***

I'm a twelve-year-old boy who was four when 9/11 happened. I didn't know of the things that had been hit. My mother was crying, and I didn't know what was going on. The next day I go to preschool, and my friend Adam tells me what had happened. I honestly didn't care because I didn't even know what actually happened. I went home, asked my mom if it was true, and asked her questions about it. As I grew older I kept hearing more and more about it. There was a special aid teacher in the grade above me; his name was Mr. Glick. Mr. Glick was one of the brothers of Jeremy. Mr. Glick and I had just met for the first time, and he had became my friend. I told my mother that I met him, and she told me that his brother Jeremy was in 9/11 and tried to stop the hijacking. I was very upset, and now I'd like to say, "I'm sorry" to his family and "thank you for trying" to Jeremy Glick.

*** Posted by Brian on 2009-06-01 ***

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