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In Tribute to Michael Scott Carlo
34 years old.   Residence: New York, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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Dear Mike - Like so many others, I never had the opportunity to meet you personally. However, I spoke with your father this weekend and I can tell you he is just as proud of you as ever and misses you every day. Parents should never have to bury a child. Be at peace and know you are loved and missed.

*** Posted by Caroline Fellman on 2012-07-31 ***


Not a day goes by that I don't miss you

*** Posted by bella on 2007-07-13 ***

I am part of "Project 2,996" on myspace.com. I dedicated my website to the memory of an American Hero, Michael Scott Carlo. Please take a moment and go to my site and tell me if It is done to your liking. My myspace profile name is "Sly", search for me, my zip code is 48390 that will make it a little easier when you search for it. My heart goes out to you, you will always be in my thoughts and prayers.

*** Posted by Celeste Cionti'Heath on 2006-09-08 ***

Michael,  I had the honor of meeting your father last weekend.  What a proud father he is.  The way he has his motorcycle painted as a tribute/memorial to you is very heartwarming.  I look forward to doing the Red Hat ride with him.

*** Posted by Roger Flick on 2006-06-22 ***


I'll always remember and be gratefull to you for giving me a chance to work when I first arrived in New York in summer 2001 when it appeared nobody else would.  I didnt know you long but long enough to realise you were a good, genuine person.  Thanks to you and also to Rob. John...Dublin

*** Posted by John Ruttledge on 2005-09-11 ***


You may not be with us but you are forever in our heart.  We miss you

*** Posted by Volleyball Pals on 2004-07-23 ***

I worked with Mike in Woolworth's when he was a kid (and I was too) and he was a fun, happy, outgoing guy.  Always smiling... he'll be missed.

*** Posted by Maria on 2004-06-04 ***

I never had the pleasure of knowing you, but now I have the pleasure of knowing your Dad.  If you were anything like him, which I'm sure you were, then what an amazing person you must have been.  Look down on them today as we look up to the skies to you.

*** Posted by Pete on 2003-09-11 ***

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