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Brian Fredric Goldberg

Appearing below are messages from others who wish to extend their thoughts, sympathy and words of kindness to the family and friends Brian Fredric Goldberg , who passed away on September 11th, 2001.

10 Years Later...We Shall Never Forget

From: Elisha
Date: 09/10/2003
Message: my heart goes out to you and your family

From: Mom
Date: 04/20/2004
Message: we love and miss you very much, I still can't except that your gone. I will never give looking or loving you,I will be your voice, and a parent avocate for all parents,because we are always parents. They thought they could make you dissapear ,instead you will never be forgotten, I will make sure of it. I love you so much your sister and dad miss you more than you know. with loving hearts and tears that are countless, god bless you my son, until we meet again. Love Mom

From: Mom
Date: 04/20/2004
Message: we love and miss you very much, I still can't except that your gone. I will never give up looking for orloving you,I will be your voice, and a parent avocate for all parents,because we are always parents. They thought they could make you dissapear ,instead you will never be forgotten, I will make sure of it. I love you so much your sister and dad miss you more than you know. with loving hearts and tears that are countless, god bless you my son, until we meet again. Love Mom

From: Marilyn Van Brunt (formerly Rossi)
Date: 09/14/2004
Message: I remember the day you were born, Brian, and when your family moved from Electchester. My sons, Nicky, Tony and Joey, remember playing in the playground behind your building and going to each others' birthday parties. I'll always remember you as a sweet little boy, who grew up to be a handsome young man. You'll never be forgotten - I believe one who has lived never truly dies, but crosses a bridge into the next life and our memories are the link forever connecting us. Rest in peace, Brian, and my God bless your soul.

From: Tony Castro
Date: 09/11/2006
Message: Hi Brian, You were very special to me and the time we spent together at Fiduciary will never be forgotten. I remember my first day on the job and you telling jokes to get me to laugh. Or when I messed up and printed a 1000 page report, when it should have only been 10 pages. What did you do - leave it on my chair so that I would see it the next morning. I always have you in my prayers! Much Love, Tony

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