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In Tribute to Vanessa Langer
29 years old.   Residence: Yonkers, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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I was so saddened to hear about Vanessa, we went to Levy Jr. high together here in Syracuse, NY. She was nice and we always used to laugh. For a someone so small, she had a huge heart.

*** Posted by Roxanne Dunshie on 2012-09-05 ***

I remember Vanessa from high school. I was truly saddened to find this out but she clearly touched those who knew her and was a very nice and warm person

*** Posted by Forrest Webb on 2011-11-27 ***

God bless you, your family and your loved ones.

*** Posted by Mona, Lexington, KY on 2011-09-08 ***

I came across this website today. Tears are still rolling down my cheeks. Vanessa, you are missed by all. You have touched the lives of many throughout this world. May you and Tim, along with your baby and everyone else that are there with you, rest in peace.

Always and forever,
Adriana and Nick

*** Posted by Adriana Presutti on 2011-01-08 ***

I live in the Pacific Northwest. At the time of 9/11, I was a single and 29; I was not yet a parent. As every other American, I was stunned and horrified beyond words, glued to CNN, reading every word of the Oregonian, my local newspaper, which printed the names of everyone who died that day. I thought it was important to read every name and every person's story, knowing that I couldn't possibly remember them all, and of course, I didn't. But I remembered Vanessa. I don't know why. I have thought of her over the years as I married and had children and went about the business of my daily life. I have said little prayers for her.

I am posting this remembrance on 9/11/2010, but I want Vanessa's loved ones to know that a perfect stranger from the opposite coast has not forgotten her, and will never forget her, on this day or any other day.

*** Posted by Nisse Gulker Tomsha on 2010-09-11 ***


  Came to visit you today. Your moms flowers are beautiful. Today was just like 9 years ago. Beautiful blue sky. Not a cloud to be seen. If there's one day I could have back in history, it would be 09/11/2001. I'd tell you, "You can go to work today." We miss you... everyday....

love uncle Nicky

*** Posted by nick della rocca on 2010-09-11 ***

Hello Vanessa. I had the honor of seeing your memorial near Ground Zero. When I saw it, I immediately burst into tears. I may not have ever known you, but you will always be loved.


*** Posted by Adam Kleba on 2010-09-11 ***

I too have lost a daughter. Let me know if I can help: Dr. John Pandolfo (jcpand (at) yahoo (dot) com). Of course I'm sick over your loss.

*** Posted by John Pandolfo on 2009-12-20 ***

I did not know Vanessa, but I worked for Regus in the Los Angeles area on 9/11, which makes me feel connected to her in some way. My heart truly breaks for your loss. May God bless Vanessa and all who loved her.

*** Posted by anonymous on 2009-09-15 ***

Vanessa, I didn't know you very well, but through Timmy I saw you as a lifesaver, loving wife and caring person. We will always remember you, Timmy and your baby in our prayers. I know you are all together and happy now.

*** Posted by Carol on 2009-09-12 ***

To Krista Murphy,

What radio station? Please tell me.

Vanessa's Mom

*** Posted by Donna Marsh O'Connor on 2009-09-11 ***

My prayers go out for Vanessa and her family. She is resting in peace with her grandmother now so I know she is happy. I wish this day never happened. So many people destroyed by this day for no reason at all. Belief is what we need that can keep us strong to know that one day again we will all see the people we love and miss.

Love Dede

*** Posted by Dede on 2009-09-11 ***

Today on the radio I heard I tribute collaboration that had a woman talking to a dispatcher. It was so moving, so heartbreaking. At the end I thought she said the name Vanessa. I am not sure if this was her. But I will never forget that voice. I am so very, very sorry for your loss.

*** Posted by Krista Murphy on 2009-09-11 ***

My baby girl,

I am still so here for you as never before. You are necessary. Love forever and ever and ever....

Mommy Pea

*** Posted by Donna Marsh O'Connor on 2009-09-10 ***

From a little village in the South of France, I'm thinking about you, Vanessa, even though I didn't know you.

*** Posted by Olivier on 2009-09-07 ***

Something about this day, V. I love you so much. It's that simple. Mommy

*** Posted by Donna Marsh O'Connor on 2009-06-19 ***

Today is Vanessa's 37th birthday. Thank you for remembering her.

Donna Marsh O'Connor

*** Posted by Donna Marsh O'Connor on 2008-10-31 ***

I'm Belgian and fifteen years old, and my name is Vanessa Langer, too. I can't speak English very well because I'm still learning. What I want to say is that it's strange that another person with the same name as me died in this horrible way! Now, she and her family are in my thoughts....

*** Posted by Vanessa Langer on 2008-10-12 ***

Dear Vanessa,

I miss you more and more with each passing day!

With all my love,
Aunt Robin (Suz)

*** Posted by Robin Dellla Rocca on 2008-09-22 ***

I never met Vanessa. I live on the opposite side of the country. But I watched the events of 9/11 unfold that horrible day on T.V. and, like every other American, it devastated me. I watched everything and kept thinking, "I wish we could just go back and this never happened...." While viewing profiles, I came across Miss Vanessa's ... what a beautiful girl! I'm so sorry to her family for their loss. I don't even know what else to say ... I'm just so sorry. Please know that your daughter will never be forgotten....

*** Posted by Sarah on 2008-09-12 ***

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