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

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Each year in my classroom I try to educate my students about the heroes of 9/11/01. I was moved when I read Lyz Glick's book and hope that future generations never forget.

*** Posted by Kathryn Borgmann on 2008-09-09 ***

I echo the sentiments of the countless others who have visited Jeremy's memorial site (as well as those of the other brave heroes) by saying that I am truly grateful for the fortitude Jeremy showed in his actions that day. While living our lives from day to day, hopefully something will happen to cause us to remember what happened that unforgettable day. For me, it was watching the "Flight 93" movie on television tonight. Even though this was a "re-enactment" based on actual events, it nevertheless hit home just how brave these men and women were. Time passes all too quickly, but I pray that in EACH of our hearts, WE NEVER FORGET. And more importantly, that we EACH do something positive that impacts our own little corner of the universe--however big or small. Jeremy and the other passengers did that for us on 9/11 and we owe it to them ... AND ourselves. God bless you, Jeremy.... I hope we all can live out your incredible legacy in our lives, and I hope you can look down on all of us and smile!

*** Posted by Tyrone S Boyle on 2008-09-06 ***

En todo el mundo lamentamos la perdida tragica de cada uno de los heroes del 11 S.

[Ed. - The whole world laments the tragic loss of every one of the heroes of the eleventh of September.]

*** Posted by Santiago on 2008-07-21 ***

Your husband and father, he's a hero. I just wanted you to know that I lost my older brother on that day as well. He worked on the 104th floor of the trade towers in New York. His name was John Robinson Lenoir, and he went by Rob. I pray for you and your family so much. Your dad's a hero in my heart.

*** Posted by kate lenoir on 2008-06-03 ***

sorry

*** Posted by abby on 2008-04-22 ***

Dear Lyz,

I watched the documentary where you recounted Jeremy's telephone calls and what happened to you that day as well. I cannot imagine what that must have been like to know that you lost a loved one in such a horrible way. I've dealt with much death in my life, and I am still grieving, so, as someone who knows a little of your pain, you have my deepest sympathy. You and your husband are both heroes who will always be remembered in my heart.

Love, Rachel

*** Posted by Rachel on 2008-03-29 ***

My heart and prayers go out to Jeremy's family. He is, and always will be, a true American hero. While this is so, it does not take away the pain from Jeremy's family. Lost to his family was a loving husband, father and son who have nothing left but memories to live on forever. I am certain he will be reunited with his family at a much "higher" level. God was with them that day, giving them strength and courage to persevere under the most dire of circumstances. I truly cannot say that I could have done the same under the same circumstances. I will never forget that day, what I was doing and following by weeks and months of being glued to the TV, crying and praying for the victims and our world in general. My sincere prayers are with you Lyz. Be strong and know that Jeremy is always with you......

*** Posted by Snapp on 2007-09-12 ***

Dear Lyz,

I know you are having to deal with a lot, but know Jeremy is still with you, and one day you will be reunited again. The good thing is knowing that you will see him again. My sympathy is with you and your daughter. I wish you well.

*** Posted by Melinda on 2007-08-07 ***

I never knew Jeremy Glick...but his story is one that I will always remember...and want was done on that plane by Jeremy and the other passengers shows what a hero is...and I pray that when I join the Army and if I go overseas, I pray that I have the courage that he showed on that dreaded day.

R.I.P. Jeremy Glick

*** Posted by Dave Manning on 2007-01-15 ***

“Do you think we should attack the hijackers?” how do you feel with that question, if you were Lyz? How you reply to him? I don’t know; I just know it’s so hurt for Lyz when she need to face on the thing was happened to her. But it was true that she was replying her husband and encourage him with his decision “You do what you have to do, Jeremy. Be brave.” He told her that he was going to take a vote of the other passengers to see if they could overthrow the hijackers. Oh, how’s proud of Lyz and Jeremy? Jerrmy, I don’t know what happened to you on the day of 9/11 but I realize you are the one who brave and I have a pride fully with you and your wife so much, I respect what you did and what she did for you, for her daughter, and for American people. Thank you so much Jeremy. May the god continue to bless you and your family forever…You are always in our mind and be our hero, I will never forgot your good will to attacked with the hijackers in order to control the plan and I cannot for get your scarified forever, your always in our brain and in America remembering all the time…. We will never forget of “Sep 11, 2001” the day that we get sad and hurt so much….Thanks Jeremy.

*** Posted by Sieng Rotana, Phnom Penh, Cambodia on 2006-09-25 ***

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I pray that they are blessed with peace and that no one will ever have to suffer this kind of pain again.

*** Posted by ph on 2006-09-11 ***

TO THE FAMILY OF JEREMY GLICK...
WE PRAY FOR YOU JEREMY AND YOUR FAMILY...ITS BEEN A FEW YEARS BUT IT FEELS LIKE YOUR LOST WAS YESTERDAY...
WE WILL NEVER FORGET THAT DAY ON 9-11 ..NOW YOU ARE IN THE HANDS OF OUR FATHER...

*** Posted by MARY FROM HOUSTON TX on 2006-04-30 ***

Lyz Glick wrote in her book that she never wanted closure - she just wanted to continue to have Jeremy with her. From the deepest part of my soul, I pray that Jeremy is with you and your daughter everyday, Lyz. His story and 9/11 has made me appriciate every moment with those I love. So many people have realized love in their lives after this tragedy. I hope Jeremy's love stays with you always. You are truly an inspiration.

*** Posted by Caroline on 2005-06-28 ***

I have read Jeremy's story and he is a true hero, who will never be forgotten, God Bless him and his family..

*** Posted by Mike D on 2004-10-24 ***

I never knew Jeremy, just his story. his family must be very proud of him. He is truly a HERO

*** Posted by Heather on 2004-09-11 ***

What a brave soul defending himself and others against those hijackers. Deep down he must have been really scared but he had a good group. my love to Jeremy and his family.

*** Posted by Samantha Wallace on 2003-12-02 ***

You were brave in the face of danger.  You met danger head on. You are a hero in America's eyes.  May God bless you and your loved ones.  I know there was a place in Heaven for you.

*** Posted by Terri on 2003-09-20 ***

my heart still breaks even now for the lives that were lost two years ago. I pray that Jeremy's family is well and that they know they are constantly in thoughts and prayers.

*** Posted by karen on 2003-09-10 ***


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