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In Tribute to Keith Alexander Glascoe
38 years old.   Residence: New York, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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As years gone bye we think back on what if ? What if this would have never happened. 11 years later dam it feels like yesterday..kieth you are always in our hearts and we never forget you.How many time in our life can we meet someone like kieth so far I have not met one true,good hear,ted,kind,and I could go on and on, till we meet some day again my friend.

*** Posted by John otero aka dj bugout on 2012-09-11 ***

As years gone bye we think back on what if ? What if this would have never happened. 11 years later dam it feels like yesterday..kieth you are always in our hearts and we never forget you.How many time in our life can we meet someone like kieth so far I have not met one true,good hear,ted,kind,and I could go on and on, till we meet some day again my friend.

*** Posted by John otero aka dj bugout on 2012-09-11 ***

Thinking of you today.

*** Posted by Old friend on 2012-09-11 ***

Never forgotten!

*** Posted by David Walsh on 2012-09-11 ***

I came to know Keith as a member of the The Brooklyn Kings and Golden Knights Football teams from 1989-1993. He was a tremendous athlete and his father Al was also a truly Genuine human being. I am so sorry for the loss of a great man but also a Hero to us all.

*** Posted by David Duffy on 2012-09-10 ***

Rest in Peace. Keith A Glasco you will not be forgotton.
Chris
From Ireland

*** Posted by Chris Coppola on 2011-11-25 ***

My husband did the Nashville Firefighter Stairclimb today in memory of the 9/11 firefighter and they each walked for one and my husband walked for Keith. He was honored and we are very proud of him and what he did to save the lives of others. May God bless you and your family.

*** Posted by Krystle Fansler on 2011-09-11 ***

Keith was an amazing guy. A true gentleman. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. We worked together in a club in Miami. A real life SUPER HERO!

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2011-09-11 ***

Keith was the right tackle I was the left on one of the best offenses lines in the City. On our way to winning the NYC B Championship Keith played Offense, Defense and was our extra point kicker. Soft spoken but the heart of a champion! Love you always.

Jazz!
Midwood 79-80 Champs!

*** Posted by Jerome James on 2011-09-11 ***

Keith was the right tackle I was the left on one of the best offenses lines in the City. On our way to winning the NYC B Championship Keith played Offense, Defense and was our extra point kicker. Soft spoken but the heart of a champion! Love you always.

Jazz!
Midwood 79-80 Champs!

*** Posted by Jerome James on 2011-09-11 ***

Keith, As promised this day last year, I cycled from LA to NY, Dedicating the final leg to you and your family, Paying my respects by visiting your fire house in hells kitchen! Utmost respect to you! Dave the token white boy...

*** Posted by David Walsh on 2011-09-10 ***

i think he did a brave thing and he is very nice I am makeing a art project on him and its really pretty I think that he will be rememberd forever.....

*** Posted by gabriela on 2011-09-08 ***

I just wanted 2 say...You will NEVER be forgotten....I think about you all the time....
You are FOREVER my hero and friend....

*** Posted by Gail Armstrong on 2011-09-02 ***

As I look upon my past reflecting on thoughts of you. You impacted my life, which briefly you knew. I search for a sign to see if your dreams have come true. Astonished I find God has already taken you. On this earth short is your story but long live its glory. Blessed with eternal life you leave behind three angels and their guide to carry on yor legacy. God bless the Glascoe family.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2011-07-03 ***

i knew keith glascoe from "the professional." I was shocked to read that he was a 9/11 victim.

*** Posted by Dave Ramirez on 2011-06-11 ***

Today, and every day, my heart goes out to Keith's wife and kids, his family, and those close to him. I knew him for a couple of years in the late '80s. When I met him, he was working as a bouncer at the Kahuna in Greenwich Village (as well as doing his day job). The first thing that struck me was that he was a giant teddy bear! His gentleness, his intelligence ... he was such a wonderful soul. Though I live thousands of miles away, I am right there at Ground Zero today. Love and hugs to all who mourn this extraordinary man.

*** Posted by Barbara on 2010-09-11 ***

Keith, I only knew you for a short time working with you at the Sporting club, Working with mountains of men like Archie and yourself, and me at a mere 175 pounds. But you always made me feel safe! I have a rye smile when I think of the funny nickname you christened me with... Dave The token white boy! You're not here now, however you live on in all those who had the pleasure of your company! In April of 2011 I will fly from Ireland to LA, from where I will begin a 3000-mile bicycle trip arriving in NY around June, I will be doing this with Parkinsons. And between you and I, I will dedicate the last leg into NY to you and your family. Dave The token white boy...RIP.

*** Posted by David Walsh on 2010-09-11 ***

Keith,

Thinking of you as always, more as the anniversary of 9/11 draws nearer. Sending my prayers to your wife and children.

*** Posted by Nancy Shapiro on 2010-09-07 ***

I knew Keith way back in the '80s and '90s when we used to play basketball together at the High School in the upper 70's on the west side on Saturday mornings. He was a soft-spoken gentleman-athlete back then and remained that way throughout his life. We also worked out together at Better Bodies, and I knew back then that I was lucky to have him as a friend.

I would visit him at night at Tattoo where he worked, and when we'd get a chance, we'd talk sports and just the day's events. Keith's soft-spoken manner was contagious. His sense of humor was dry and respectful at the same time.

He became a wonderful husband and father and true hero!

We must never forget the sacrifices that Keith and all the other heroes made for us to this day. Coming up on 10 years happened in the blink of an eye. My thoughts are with his entire family.

*** Posted by Dan C on 2010-08-06 ***

Interestingly enough, I actually was able to meet and know Keith when he was less than 5 feet in stature. He was a happy and delightful child, freckle-faced and precocious as you might expect. He and his darling sister similar in age to my niece who was born the same year Keith was and her younger brother were, great playmates. On occasion, the two Glascoe siblings were obligated to attend social gatherings; they sought comfort and joy in playing with each other through the arduous event. I pretended to be one of the crew and joined in the fun! Yes indeed it was a happy time.... And now....

God's Word tells us that absent from the body, present with the Lord. I firmly believe that. There is nothing I could do or say that would rightfully honor that gentle giant named Keith Alexander, but his Creator has. In fact, I believe Keith’s countenance would evoke an even greater glee than when I saw him play with his sister, my niece, and her brother.

*** Posted by Kenneth Diaz on 2010-05-24 ***


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