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Yudh V.S. Jain
54 years old. Residence: New City, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center
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My heartfelt condolences go out to the Jain family in this most difficult time for them and for our nation. I never had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Jain, but if his daughter is anything like him, then I already know what a wonderful person he had been in life.
I would also like to wish good luck to the Jain family in their future endeavors and hope that the future Dr. Jain remains strong throughout the rest of her studies
*** Posted by Timothy Wu, Friend on 2006-06-07 ***
Although I worked for International Paper in Mobile, Alabama, and Yudh worked for them in Sterling Forest, New York, we were colleagues in IP's process control community. On occasion, we traveled together or met at one location or the other. I remember Yudh with great respect and affection. He shall not be forgotten.
*** Posted by Bill Richardson, Co-worker on 2006-06-07 ***
I consider it an honor to have met someone the caliber of Yudh. I enjoyed working with him and will miss him as do others from our group at ABB. Yudh was a true gentleman and an oustanding professional
*** Posted by Bud Blankenship, Co-worker on 2006-06-07 ***
We are very sorry for your loss of Yudh. Our hearts cry with you.
We see your sorrow-
and our hearts cry....
We can not erase your pain
but you do not have to face the anguish alone-for we-
-the American people-
are beside you.
We so desperately want to have the touch that brings you comfort,
the strength that gives you courage,
and the words to lighten your spirits.
And when we are left speechless
may the silence of our nation weave love into your hearts
to ease your sorrow.
May you find healing through our nation's strength as we-
-the American people-
face this difficult time together. Our hearts are with you.
December 28, 2001
*** Posted by Teresa Jahn, Friend on 2006-06-07 ***
I was fortunate to have Yudh as my friend and mentor from the day I came to Lincoln, Nebraska for my graduate studies. Being in the same department and living close to Yudh's apartment, we shared several hours.
When Yudh moved to the New Jersey area, we were amongst the first to visit him from Lincoln, Nebraska. Yudh was always there to help me, as if I was his own brother, be it for a sight seeing trip or a job-hunting trip. Later on my family and I visited Yudh's family. Today I fondly remember all those occasions.
For all of us who knew Yudh, to say "Yudh was a caring person" would be an understatement. It is impossible for me put our sentiments into words.
I am forever indebted to Yudh for his everlasting affection and unassuming, but nurturing, nature. His memories will be with me forever.
*** Posted by Mukesh Desai, Friend on 2006-06-07 ***
I did not know Yudh, but read about the terrible loss in our Alumni magazine. I just wanted to pay my respects to his family, and express my deepest sympathies. From what I have read about his legacy, I know the University of Nebraska was lucky to have him, and it appears many others were as well. He sounded like a real genuine person, who had his priorities straight.
May his spirit and legacy live on through your memories.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Class of 2000
*** Posted by Chad Schneider, Fellow Alum on 2006-06-07 ***
I miss you.
*** Posted by Cheena, on 2006-06-07 ***
You were a model of dignity and integrity. Thank you for all you did for Simcon and for me.
May God hold you in his hand and may you live on in our hearts.
*** Posted by Steve De Haan, ABB Simcon on 2006-06-07 ***
To the Family of Yudh,
I worked with Yudh for 6 years at Simcon and I always admired his knowledge and personal integrity.
He will always be remembered fondly by those who knew him.
*** Posted by Jerry Sandoval, Co-Worker from Simcon on 2006-06-07 ***
It is difficult to express in words the pain and sorrow we feel when we think of the tragic events of September 11th that took dear Yudh away from all of us.We can't even begin to imagine the anguish your family is experiencing from this unfortunate loss.We all knew Yudh when he worked for ABB and he touched us all with his grace and sincerity.To some of us he was a hard working co-workers, to some he was a mentor,but to all of us he was a friend, a dear friend ,kind and gentle human being who was always willing to help others.
Don't think of him gone away...
His journey's just begun..
life holds so many facets--
This earth is only one.
Just think of him as resting
from the sorrows and tears
In a place of warmth and comfort
where there are no days and years.
Think of him he must be wishing
that we could know today how nothing
but our sadness can really pass away
His journey's just begun....
And think of him as living in the hearts
Of those he touched...
for nothing loved is ever last--
And he was loved so much....
His journey's just begun....
*** Posted by Group of ABB, Friends of Yudh form ABB on 2006-06-07 ***
YUDH V. JAIN: FINISHING WHAT HE STARTED
Yudh V. Jain was his wife's dream. He encouraged her to buy clothes. He did the grocery shopping and showered her with flowers and greeting cards on not-so-special days. And every night, he remembered to make her a cup of tea.
Despite her husband's devotion, Sneh Jain often joked that Mr. Jain's first wife was his studies. Long after he finished his formal schooling, Mr. Jain, 54, who had doctorates in computer science and chemical engineering, continued to study and upgrade his skills. His discipline rubbed off on his two daughters and Mrs. Jain, who sometimes struggled with her accounting job. "He used to make me calm down," Mrs. Jain said. "He said nothing is difficult if you put your mind to it."
Mr. Jain was also an ethicist. He had only been at his job as a senior project manager at eSpeed Inc. for a little over a month when he decided the position was not a good fit for him. But rather than leave immediately, he decided to stay on and finish a project he had begun.
A few weeks after Sept. 11, Mrs. Jain received medicine for her migraine headaches in the mail. She was surprised because her husband usually bought it for her. "I said, 'Oh my God, maybe he's hiding somewhere, and maybe he's teasing me,' " she said. But it was just Mr. Jain being Mr. Jain; he had ordered her medicine on Sept. 10.
Profile published in THE NEW YORK TIMES on December 8, 2001.
Article, NY Times
*** Posted by Article, NY Times on 2006-06-07 ***
I just wanted to let you know that I am deeply saddened by the 9/11 events and especially about your Dad. I remember the first day he had the interview at eSpeed with one of the managers. After the intevew I walked him to the elevator and I told him good luck and that I hoped to see him again and his reply was, "I hope so". A few weeks after he started working at eSpeed I was glad that he got the job. I told him if he needed any help or had any questions to ask me. Now I feel so sad that he is not with us anymore. I only knew Jain for about three months. He was a kind person and a gentleman - very soft spoken. I will always remember that. Rest in peace Jain and my prayers are with your two daughters and your wife. May peace be with you all.
*** Posted by Rosemarie Reginald, Co-worker on 2006-06-07 ***
I worked with Yudh back in 1994. He was a manager of my last project with the company, soon after I left.
I was saddened and devastating by this news.
I will always remember him as a kind and caring person, soft voiced, respecting and helping people, who ever were working with him.
Not many like him these days.
*** Posted by Constantin Tudoran, Co-Worker ABB Simcon on 2006-06-07 ***
I worked with Yudh at ABB in Bloomfield NJ since he joined the company. I am working in Houston now.
Over the years, I had the chance to work closely with him and learn to appreciate his vast knowledge and exceptional talent. I was also fortunate to be able to get to know him personally and to appreciate his good nature and kindness. We were good friends.
He was very proud for both of his daughters. We were all very shaken to learn about his fate at the WTC attack.
We pray for you that you will have the strength to overcome this tragedy and fulfill the dreams that you have wrought when he was around.
We will always remember Yudh and his friendship. Yudh wherever you are, shine on us.
*** Posted by Moshe Kutten-ABB Simcon on 2006-06-07 ***
SMILES LOST FOREVER
Fragrance of love,
In love filled moments
Falling trail of tears,
In our shattered home
Still echo in our hearts
Have we lost you
Oh! Dear husband
A gem of a man
What we have lost is
Laughter, dreams and
*** Posted by Vinay Kumar Jain, brother-in-law on 2006-06-07 ***
We were privileged to have Yudh's friendship for over 30 years. He was the most gentle soul we have ever met in our lives. He set an example within our circle of friends for his compassion and ethics. His two beautiful daughters, Mona and Cheena, have inherited those traits from their father, and we have no doubt, they will enrich every life they touch. We are so very proud of them. Yudh, you did good! His wife, Sneh is now setting an example for all of us by following up on Yudh's ethics and compassion. God speed Sneh! Yudh, we know that you are with us and will be with us for the rest of our lives. We need your divine guidance.
*** Posted by Basant & Pratibha Dwivedi, Friend on 2006-06-07 ***
I've seen your true colors,
Your true colors are beautiful,
Like a rainbow.
*** Posted by Anonymous on 2006-06-07 ***
Yudh and I worked for International Paper for many years and we, along with David Kwoh carpooled together for much of that time. We had many interesting discussions about a variety of subjects during those rides together. Yudh was always polite and kept his cool no matter the controversy of the subject. His comments were well thought out and logically expressed. He had a way of injecting humor into the discussions so there was seldom any concern that we would get into any unfriendly arguments. Yudh was a gentleman, intelligent, firm in his convictions yet considerate of other people's opinions.
The three of us eventually went our separate ways. I retired, Yudh and Dave went to work at different companies but we continued to live in Rockland County; occasionaly meeting and talking with each other. Yudh was always the same, a pleasure to be with. He is gone from this earth but he lives on in our memories forever.
*** Posted by Gordon Rabeler, Friend and former colleague on 2006-06-07 ***
To the Family of Yudh Jain
I worked with Yudh for 11 years at Simcon. He was a fine gentleman and a kind and loving person. He was also an excellent and an intellegent project manager. He was stolen from all of us on September 11th. I am deeply troubled by his loss and who ever knew him saddened by that.
I hope that you find the strength to live on as he would have wanted you to. God Bless.
Mel Thor from Simcon
*** Posted by Mel Thor, Co-worker, Simcon on 2006-06-07 ***
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal,
Love leaves a memory no one can steal.
In the early morning light,
You see sadness of this day,
And hold memories of my angel....
How when my angel flew away.
No one can comprehend
the sadness this day brings....
No laughter can be heard;
Not even one bird sings.
For the angel of our life,
received wings made of gold;
Brought happiness to Heaven,
Left an emptiness here untold.
So in the early morning light,
I just try to find a way...
to see clearly why my angel....
Took golden wings & flew away!
Yes, in the early morning light,
I can still feel my angel's touch.
And will always remember that
my angel loves me so much!
*** Posted by Vandna Jain, Daughter on 2006-06-07 ***
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