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In Tribute to Philip M. Rosenzweig
47 years old.   Residence: Acton, Mass.
Passenger of Flight 11

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Philip was our cousin. During the years before 9/11, we didn't see him often, as we live in Israel. Now, however, Israel has a beautiful memorial to 9/11 and a whole wall with everyone's name. I found Philip's name as the first on one of the panels. It's a moving site and a place I can visit to pay tribute and feel close to him and the rest of the family.

*** Posted by Susan Marcus on 2011-01-08 ***

The loss of Phil nearly ten years ago was a great loss for Sun Microsystems and the high tech industry as a whole, as well as for his family and community in Massachusetts. His loss is also a reminder that many of the victims that day came from departure cities (Boston, Newark, DC), and not just the crash sites.

*** Posted by Sean D. on 2011-01-08 ***

I worked with Phil on InfiniBand projects at Sun Microsystems. His loss greatly impacted the project. In my experience, Phil was intelligent, kind, and dedicated. I had tremendous confidence in his ability.

On that day I also lost another friend, whom I'd known from grade school and high school, named Sean Rooney, who had an office in the twin towers. Tragically, Sean's wife, Beverly Eckert, died in a plane crash a few years later. She was headed to Buffalo, New York to attend a ceremony dedicating a scholarship in Sean's memory at the high school we both attended.

I miss Phil and Sean, and I always take a moment each September 11th to remember them.

*** Posted by Jim Mott on 2011-01-07 ***

I worked with Phil for many years, and he was always a pleasure to be with. He was very bright and treated everyone with respect, especially those individuals who reported in to him. The last time I was with him, we celebrated a 10-year anniversary of a Sun product PC NFS. He always had a smile and something nice to say when he passed you in the hall. He will always be remembered as an individual who had so much to give. I can still remember exactly what he looked like and his glasses which he always wore. He is missed by many.

*** Posted by merle sideman on 2010-09-10 ***

I knew Philip thru the Drama Club at Delhi College. His smile was memorable, and he was a very nice, kind man even then. Each year I send prayers for his family, and for all the families left behind. Rest in peace; we will never forget.

*** Posted by Renee Lutz on 2009-09-12 ***

Remembering my former colleague Phil today.... What a smart and great person! He is missed by many. Godspeed, Phil, and may the happy memories help your family get through each day of the year.

*** Posted by Michele Ardizzone on 2009-09-11 ***

Phillip's father and my mother (Mary Klein) were first cousins. I know my mother loved Phil's father a great deal. I met Phillip when we were kids--a very long time ago--and did not know him as an adult. My love goes out to his family and all the other families who lost someone that day.

Peace to all,
Bill Klein

*** Posted by Bill Klein on 2008-09-11 ***

I am Phil's aunt, and we shared many happy hours together. I taught him how to do the twist. I miss him terribly.

*** Posted by karen birenbach on 2006-11-11 ***

I did not know Mr. Rosenzweig. I only share the last name and the grief for all of those who were unfairly taken that day. Let us never forget.

*** Posted by Robert Rosenzweig, Michigan on 2006-09-28 ***

I miss my brother everyday.

*** Posted by Allan Rosenzweig on 2006-04-14 ***

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