Caleb Arron Dack

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

21 Years Later...We Shall Never Forget

From: Eric Miller
Date: 09/15/2004
Message: Dear Arron, Today I was given a poem entitled "Manhattan Buddha," written by Mark Smith-Soto, and because it depicts the terrible choice between jumping or burning that you must have had to confront, it recalled to me my disbelief when I heard that you died in the attack on the World Trade Centre. I recall your humour--your weakness for puns. And your kindness to me when I was a strange teenager at Jarvis Collegiate Institute. The kindness that you showed was was rare for me at the time and in that milieu. Eric Miller

From: Rob James
Date: 10/28/2004
Message: Arron; while taking the train to work one morning, I read your name in the paper as being one of the 24 (I think) Canadian 9/11 victims. This happened many weeks after the attacks. Not being sure, and not wanting to believe it was you, I checked around only to discover that yes: it was the easy-going, intelligent guy I had known at the OFS offices on Richmond Street back in the late '80s. Words cannot describe how shocked and horrified I felt that day and how saddened I still feel. I simply have no idea what you must have gone through. I don't believe there's anything after death. But, hey man, this note is still addressed to you. I'll never forget. Rob.

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