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In Tribute to Jon C. Vandevander
44 years old.   Residence: Ridgewood, N.J.
Died in World Trade Center

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I was there on tour and do NOT forget what you have done: GoD Bless you Hero!

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2011-12-27 ***

On 9-11-2011, a wonderful gentleman Rick Randall in St Louis Mo put a flag tribute together on a large hill in front of the Art Museum. (Art Hill) He displayed almost 3000 flags in perfect formation. It was a beautiful display and every victim of the 9-11 tragedy was honored in glory. Each flag had a picture of the person as well as their name, age and company that they worked for. One week later, the flags were taken down and sold for a donation to be made to the Marine Corp. I purchased 6 flags for my family to give as Christmas presents to always remember and "Never forget". One of my flags was in tribute to Jon C Vandevander. Even though I did not know Jon, I am truly honored to have his flag in rememberance of this horrible event but am also hoping that in this purchase, his family may know that every time this flag is flown in St Louis, Mo, we will remember Jon. Take care.

*** Posted by Mary on 2011-09-22 ***

My son, Hunter Goldberg, wore a name tag with Jon C. Vandevander on 9/11/11 all day at his school (St. Thomas Aquainas) in Ft. Lauderdale. Hope all is well with his family. He is a hero.
Michael Goldberg

*** Posted by Michael Goldberg on 2011-09-14 ***

Jon,

It's been almost ten years in heaven for you ... and there's no change here on earth.... We miss you very much. So much has changed here ... but more has stayed the same.... The occasions where you impacted Robby and Hunter and my lives never changes. I brought you up today. Remember Falco? Anyway ... not even part of the family anymore ... in many ways maturity has made me love them even more. Nonetheless,... while it seems long here ... I pray Anne will have the happiest life here until she can see you again. We all want what you guys had ... a true love. We think of you often.

Love,
Wendy

*** Posted by Wendy and Hunter on 2011-03-10 ***

I miss you, Uncle Jonny. I miss you so much. It's just not the same.

*** Posted by Blair St. Ledger - Olson on 2010-09-09 ***

I didn't know who you are, but my dad's last name is Vandevander, so maybe we were related. Even if we aren't, I'm still sorry for your death.

*** Posted by Hunter on 2010-03-23 ***

It has been along time, Jon. You and I were friends in college: Soccer, fraternity, roommates. We will all miss you. Judging by the legacy you have left, we could all learn many things. Take care, my friend, and Godspeed.

*** Posted by Mike Lebo on 2009-11-10 ***

6 yrs ago today and you and your family are in my thoughts.
I knew Jon years ago and remember a funny young man who I knew would become someone very special. You will always be a memory I treasure

*** Posted by Nancy on 2007-09-11 ***

not a day goes by that I don't think of you. not a day will go by that I won't wish that somehow you could have been spared.

*** Posted by wendy on 2007-06-07 ***

Jon was a client of mine when I was a just a girl in my early twenties starting my career in finance. I will never forget his kindness, the respect that he showed me and in turn that the men on his desk treated me with and all of the extra time that he spent teaching me about FX trading. Jon went out of his way to help me grow and become successful in my work. Over time, my job changed and Jon was no longer a client but I married and moved to Glen Rock and would often run into him on the train or the PATH. We kept in touch and he would update me on the news from the desk. I got the sense that he enjoyed "watching me grow up" so to speak from a nervous kid to a married woman commuting from the burbs and now confident in her career. I know that as these years have passed Jon's children who mean the world to him are growing up. I just want them to know that Jon's kindness and nurturing extended into his work life to and I can only hope that each of them has the very good fortune to meet someone along the way who will look out for them the way that their dad looked out for me. I think of Jon and his family often and although we've never met I want them to know that he touched my life and brought a smile to many of my days. My prayers are with you.

*** Posted by Erin Alvino on 2006-09-11 ***

jon was my uncle and i miss him soo much he was a great man. I rememeber everything about him i loved him so much!! i miss him and i wish this had not happened.  Uncle jon if u can hear my i just want to say i love you and ill always rememeber you!

*** Posted by Sarah on 2005-06-05 ***


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