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  Bruce D. Boehm

Position: Government Agencies Broker

Bruce Boehm (49), known as “Chappy” was a lifelong resident of Long Island. He was born and raised in Franklin Square and graduated from Valley Stream North High in 1970. He graduated from Binghamton University in 1974. He met his wife Irene in November of 1980 and was married on September 11, 1982. Bruce and Irene made their home in West Hempstead with their daughters, Brittany and Stacey. Bruce was also a devoted son to his mother Dorothy.

The beach was Bruce’s first love. He was a Nassau Beach lifeguard for about 15 years. During those years Bruce formed many close friendships which he nurtured until this tragic event. His greatest pleasure was boogie boarding with his daughters and friends at Jones Beach West End 2.

Bruce loved physical activity. He worked out everyday by running, swimming or biking. He ran about 10 New York City marathons and participated in many Long Island marathons and triathlons. He loved competition.

Bruce was also an avid fan of Hofstra University’s football, basketball and lacrosse teams. He attended most home games. Bruce and 14 of his friends had just celebrated Hofstra’s opening football season with a tailgate party on September 1, 2001. They enjoyed cheering the Hofstra Pride football team to victory.

Bruce will be missed by many people especially the people who saw him running throughout the streets of Franklin Square and West Hempstead, He truly loved his family, friends and country. Bruce was passionate about life.

Irene Boehm, Wife

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  Martin Michael Boryczewski

Date of Birth: August 17, 1972
Position: Trader, Over the Counter Institutional Sales

Our Dearest Marty,

Remembering you as a child, skinny legs, white blonde hair, an innocence about your face; no matter what, no one could stay angry with you, you were just too cute! Your determination began then. At Christmas, you would take all your toys and sit for hours, sweating, turning red from frustration as you desperately worked to dismantle each one. Then when all were in pieces, a sigh of relief, and that grin, you “brookded it”!!

A natural born athlete, you tried everything. From baseball, basketball, soccer, football, hockey, golf, motocross, racing bicycles, fishing, hunting and snowboarding. Weeding them out, you settled on baseball and fishing, making each a life-long commitment, your very being. You, fishing and baseball were one in the same. The more you touched them, the more golden you and they became.

Growing up in a Catholic home, you kept your education in Catholic Schools, graduating from Saint Peters College in Jersey City. Of course, during all your years of school, you played baseball and every weekend we were again made proud as your talents filled the sports pages of every local paper. We watched with pride as you played for four years in the minor leagues of the Mounties, Pirates and Tigers. You are an inspiration to us Marty. Your every dream, every goal was met with such grace and pride. You were wise, determined and strong beyond your years. Your love for the outdoors blossomed you into a master fly fisherman. You lived out your weekends on your prize possession, the boat you bought this summer; the water was your “heaven on earth”. All that you encountered, whether a hobby or a relationship, you took to levels most have never experienced, but we were warmed by seeing the closeness you developed in them. You are “Uncle Marty” to Pete & Heidi’s kids, little Peter, Katrina and Sabrina. You are “Brother” to your best friends. You shared your life and passions unselfishly with all those around you. You went to work in the field of your dreams, for the company you always hoped to be with, Cantor Fitzgerald. Trading at Cantor became your greatest passion. Again, you excelled with such grandeur.

You are the son that Mommy and Daddy dreamt of, even more; the brother to your sisters Julie and Michele that any sister can be nothing but proud of, a friend that gives new meaning to the word itself. All the talents that God has given you, the gifts that surround us from Him, you made the very best of and used in the purest of forms. You wasted nothing and appreciated everything!

Our hearts ache for you Marty; you are missed in ways our words can never express. We love you more than you know. You are always with us; we will take you everywhere we go as we continue on our journey. May we make you proud in our choices as you have made us and live by the examples you have shown us. We know you will stay with us always and greet us with that beautiful, gentle smile when our time is called.

Thank you Marty, just for being you and showing us what life is about. Thank you for being our son, brother and friend. We love you “Googie” and miss you with all that we are!!

All our love, always,

Mommy, Daddy, Julie and Michele, Martin’s Family

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  Paul Barbaro

Date of Birth: May 27, 1966
Position: Strategic Development Software Engineer

Born and raised in Staten Island, New York, Paul and I dated for seven years before marrying in Nov.1992. Our first son, Paul, was born in May 1996 and Joseph was born in Jan. 1999. We moved to Holmdel, New Jersey in August of 2001.

Paul graduated from St. Peter’s Boys High School and the College of Staten Island where he received a BS degree and later received a Master’s degree from Columbia University, both in computer science. He was extremely talented and his passion for his career enabled him to work on a number of high profile projects for many firms, the last being Optimark Technologies before joining eSpeed in Dec. 2000.

Paul was a beautiful man who always had a happy outlook on life, a man who was strong in both character and stature. He was a wonderful, loving husband, incredible father and my best friend. His talents were endless and he was successful in all his pursuits. Paul and Joseph will be overwhelmed with pride, as I am, when they think of him. He was a natural teacher. Most importantly, Paul had his priorities straight. He had a strong faith and looked forward to coming home and spending time with his family every day. Paul and Joseph will stand tall when they think of him: intelligent, strong and compassionate. To think of all his good qualities and the guidance his family will miss makes his absence immense. Paul and Joseph will be in awe of their Dad, as he will be of them. Nothing can ever change what we have been and will always be to each other.

Love Always,
Your Wife, Kim

Kim, Wife

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  Colleen A Barkow

Date of Birth: March 13, 1975
Position: Facilities Project Manager

Colleen was one of the most genuine and uninhibited people I have ever met. I don’t recall ever speaking to her without a smile on my face. She was a breath of fresh air in a world full of egos and self consciousness. I feel lucky to have known her and will miss her. She brought happiness to everyone who came in contact with her and did it day in, day out. She was alwyas so helpful may peace be with you until me meet again.

Rosemarie Reginald, Co-Worker

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  Carlton Bartels

Date of Birth: September 9, 1957
Department: CO2E
Position: Partner, CF

Death is nothing at all
I have only slipped away into the next room.
I am I and you are you.
Whatever we were to each other that we are still.

Call me by my old familiar name,
Speak to me in the easy way which you always used
Put no difference into your tone;
Wear no forced air of solemnity or sorrow.
Laugh as we always laughed at the little jokes we enjoyed together.

Play, smile, think of me, pray for me.

Let my name be ever the household word it always was
Let it be spoken without effect,
Without the ghost of a shadow on it.

Life means all that it ever meant. It is the same as it ever was;
There is absolutely unbroken continuity.

I am but waiting for you, for an interval, somewhere very near, just around the corner.
All is well.

Canon Henry Scott

This was given to me by my sister-in-law, Sandy Rainbow, not long after Sept. 11th.

Carl-my love-you are, as you have always been to me, the light from the one hundred brightest stars.

Jane Bartels, Wife

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  John Badagliacca

Date of Birth: July 15, 1966
Department: Money Markets
Position: Government Bond Salesman

I see you still in everything I do. You’ve been my inspiration for most of my life. I see you in our children. Everything they do is an imitation of you. I see you in the sunshine, because you loved beautiful weather and took advantage of it in your great exuberance of life. I see you in a smile because you were always laughing and having a great time in whatever you did.
You were the person that everyone wanted to be with. Your humor, your intellect, your craftsmanship was a gift to anyone who came near you.
I am grateful that we had so many years together. You will always be my everything.
I will love you forever.

Nancy Badagliaca, Wife

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  Jane Baeszler

Date of Birth: January 2, 1958
Department: Municipal Brokerage Department
Position: Municipal Bond Broker

Jane Ellen Baeszler was not only a devoted and committed broker at Cantor Fitzgerald, she was also devoted to her family as well.
Ms. Baeszler was a graduate of St. Peter’s Girls High School, where she was a member of the Drama Club. Her performances and love of song and dance carried over into her family life. She frequently played musical selections on the piano and always had the family dancing the night away. She earned an associates degree from the College of Staten Island, and also attended Nursing School at St. Vincent’s before entering the brokerage world in lower Manhattan. She enjoyed the trip into the city and frequently commented about the friends on the Staten Island Ferry. Many people, even strangers seemed to gravitate to Jane Ellen. Her warmth, Kindness and genuine concern about others were the cornerstones of her life. She loved belonging to a large family and took every opportunity to boast about their accomplishments and how much they meant to her. Yet, with all the boasting, she never spoke of herself. Everyone else always came first and this in and of itself is the true tribute to an extraordinary young woman. She is survived by her mother, Rita and her brothers John and Joseph Baeszler. Jane’s father Joseph David Baeszler Jr. a retired chief’s aide with the FDNY died in 1997. She’s also survived by her sister-in-law Annie and her two nieces and nephew. Annie, Laurie, Molly and Patrick. God Bless our beloved Jane Ellen.

Rita Baeszler, Mother