Category Archives: C

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  Juan Cisneros

Date of Birth: February 16, 1977
Position: Financial Lender/Bond Trader

In memory of our beloved son, brother, boyfriend, grandson, and friend, Juan Cisneros.

Juan was a dedicated, hardworking young man with his whole life ahead of him. He came to the United States at the age of four years old from Guatemala City. Regardless of the language barrier, he went on to succeed in school and achieve great things. One of his dreams was to graduate from college, which he did in ’99 from Dartmouth college and went on to work for Cantor Fitzgerald.

Juan was the most kindest, caring and loving young man who was always willing to help anybody in need. “He always had a big smile on his face, but at the same time, he could sit down and say something enlightening,” says friend Brandon Saxon. “He excelled no matter the circumstance,” Brandon goes on to say.

To his mother and father, Juan was the light of their lives and a part of them. Juan was everything to his mother. To his sister, Juan was a role model, and a big brother always looking out for her best and protecting her. She revered and admired him. Juan had a special and unique relationship with every person he knew.

He was an open minded, understanding individual with a love for life. He will be dearly missed by all who knew him. We will love you forever Juan!

God bless America and all those who lost their lives. You will always live on in our hearts.

The Cisneros/Alvarez Family, Juan’s relatives

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  Gregory A. Clark

Date of Birth: September 23, 1960
Position: Equities System Computer Technician

Greg was a sweetheart. The nicest husband and incredible father of four beautiful children. He loved the children so much and gave and gave endlessly and spoiled us all. We had a lovely family full of love and trust.

He was a great golfer who truly loved playing. His golfing skill was quite outstanding. He loved outdoor activities such as taking nature walks or playing catch with the children. He was a Yankee fan. His quiet intellectual knowledge of English, math and history were impressive.

He was a very responsible worker who gave 100%. He was always kind to other people and willingly donated time and effort to help them. He always connected to people with his charm and sense of humor.

Greg will live in my heart forever and in our children’s hearts.

Yuko Clark, Wife

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  Kevin Cohen

Date of Birth: July 2, 1973
Position: Desktop Support

Kevin spent most of his life growing up in Edison, N.J. After graduating from J.P. Stevens High School he earned a degree in Communications from Western Oregon State College. Shortly after graduation, he worked for IBM. After that, he continued his education and became certified as a Microsoft Professional. He joined eSpeed in May of 2000 and worked in Desktop Support.

Kevin enjoyed spending time with his friends watching football and basketball games. Kevin loved to play and listen to music, his favorite groups being the Grateful Dead and Widespread Panic. It was very hard to go a day without hearing him play numerous songs on his keyboard. One of Kevin’s greatest attributes was the warm relationship that Kevin
And his friends had for each other. He had so many best friends. As Kevin’s family can tell you, he worked hard and played hard. He was always on the go and had a lot of energy.

His smile, good looks, music and friendship will be missed not only by his family, but also by his friends.

Barry & Marcia Cohen, Parents

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  Anthony J Coladonato

Date of Birth: January 16, 1954
Position: VP Technology

To my father – one of the greatest people to be around. The man always had a smile on his face. He could be mad, angry, happy or sad, and still find a way to have a smile on his face. He loved his job, and didn’t mind waking up every morning. The last couple of months before my father passed, he was upset that he had to fire people in his section. It was very hard for him. He was a great person to be around. I loved seeing my father every weekend. Just seeing him made me happy. My father would do anything to make a person happy. He always told us to go out and have fun; it’s OK to lose, as long as you are enjoying yourself.
One day I’ll see my father again. His life has been taken from us, but as Billy Joel said many times “ONLY THE GOOD DIE YOUNG” and my father was one of a kind. Dad, I miss you. I love you and I’ll never forget you. – 1.16.54-9.11.01 – RIP, I wanna see you soon.”

Alex, Son

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  Margaret Conner

Date of Birth: August 27, 1944
Department: Facilities
Position: Operator/Receptionist

Margaret was the receptionist on our floor of the World Trade Center, 103. Every morning, it was her cheery hello that greeted me as I came in to work. It was the same distance to my cubicle whether I went the back way, or the front way past Margaret. I always chose to go by Margaret. Once I heard someone tell her that she was the only person she knew who was always nice. One of the hardest things about coming back to work was not having Margaret there to greet me in the morning. She was a wonderful person!

Virginia Pfeiffer, co-worker

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  Joseph A Corbett

Date of Birth: November 15, 1972
Department: Securities Lending
Position: Securities Trader

Joe’s life was blessing to all who knew him as family, as friends and as my husband. Joe was born and raised in West Islip by his parents, Jean and Joe and was the adored brother, the “king” of his three sisters, Sharon, Kathy, and Jeanmarie. He graduated with honors from West Islip High School where he excelled in football, basketball, and baseball. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business from Providence College in 1995.
Our life began with a simple kiss in the spring of 1996 and he forever changed my life. We were married on July 1, 2000.
Joe began working at Cantor Fitzgerald in 1997 as a securities trader. He was always laughing with his coworkers. He considered himself fortunate to work with such great people.
Joe was very proud of the house we just bought in February of 2001. He tok pride in mowing the lawn, doing yard work and barbecuing. Joe also enjoyed working out, going to the vineyards and to the beach, and watching sports.
There are not enough words to express the amazing man that Joe was. He was always interested in whatever conversation he was engaged in, always making jokes, even at his own expense just to make others laugh. Most importantly, Joe lived a life full of love with no regrets. He made each day count, which is an important lesson many of us learned from him. They took the best of us when they took Joe. He was laughter and love, integrity and goodness, patience and peace, loyalty and honesty. Joe will be forever missed and loved by so many because he gave us a lifetime of love and happiness in each and every day he was with us.

Joe, you are my husband, my best friend, my soul mate. You brought me a perfect love that shined through every time I looked into your eyes. We just fit, perfectly. I will always carry all of the love we shared in me. I miss you terribly and I love you with all my heart.
Hugs and smooches,

Felicia A. Corbett, Wife

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  Michael S Costello

Date of Birth: September 6, 1974
Position: Institutional Sales Trader, Equities

Michael Shamus Costello was born on September 6, 1974 on Long Island, NY. He grew up in the town of Massapequa with his parents, Jim and Nancy, and younger brother Timothy. Early on, Michael developed a love for the beach while spending summers either surfing with friends at Long Beach or with his family at their summer home on Long Island Sound. Mike attended the University of Scranton, where he graduated in 1996. It was there that Mike created some of his closest friendships, earned the nickname Stitch, and began his quest to work on Wall Street.
Stitch knew at an early age what he wanted in life and always knew exactly how to get it. He began his financial career working on the floor of the NYSE. In less than six months after graduating college, Stitch was hired by Cantor Fitzgerald where he became a successful equities sales trader. He was a valued employee since 1997.
It is very hard to describe who Stitch was in a limited amount of words. His legacy and memories are infinite. He was an extremely energetic person with a wonderfully lively spirit who touched every person he met. He loved life and every day it gave him. He was extremely generous, kind-hearted, loving, and funny. He always knew how to make you laugh. Stitch was loyal to those he loved and his strength and optimism was something to admire. He was a great cook who always appreciated a good meal. He also enjoyed surfing, snowboarding, fishing, golfing, and spending time with friends. Most of all, Stitch loved the beach. After college, he spent his summers down in Avalon, NJ where he met and fell in love with the love of his life and girlfriend for the past 6 years, Amy Walsh. Stitch and Amy planned on getting engaged within the next year.
Stitch resided in Hoboken, NJ and was 27 years old when he died. He will forever be missed by all those who loved him, but will never be forgotten. We love you Stitch. You will remain in our hearts forever.
Love Always,

Mom, Dad, Timmy, Amy, family, and friends

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  Louis Caporicci

Date of Birth: May 29, 1966
Department: Global Securities Lending
Position: Vice President, Partner

I never knew any body personally in the september 11th disaster let alone lose someone because of it.
But! even so, i’d like you to know that i am deeply saddened by all of this, how some one could destroy the people that are precious and innocent to all of you, and to us British that are solemnly and always with you.
words cannot describe the atrocities that happened and words cannot heal the many broken hearts.
You and those that were lost are always in our thoughts, always, i just wish that there was more i could do to ease pain.
God bless us all
forever and always

Aimee Louise, 16yr old UK girl

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  Leonard M. Castrianno

Date of Birth: February 9, 1971
Department: Trading Desks

Leonard  was a wonderful brother(Twin) as well as a friend. Family meant so much to him. He enoyed life because of his family and friends. He could brighten anyone’s day with his smile. Christmas was his favorite time of year especially when he could wake with my kids and see their smile on Christmas morning. Now he is sharing his smile with others that need him and looking down upon us as our Guardian Angel.

Memories Keep Those We Love Close to us Forever:

Hold fast to your memories,to all of the cherished moments of the past to the blessings and the laughter the joys and the celebrations the sorrow and the tears.They all add up to a treasure of fond yesterdays that you shared and spent together and they keep the one you loved close to you in spirit and thought. The special moments and memories in your life will never change. They will always be in your heart,today and forevermore.

I Will cherish our memories, I Love You Leonard

Leigh Macadlo, Twin Sister

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  Brian Cachia

Date of Birth: July 20, 1975
Position: Technical Support Specialist

Brian worked as a Technical Support Specialist for Cantor Fitzgerald on the 103rd floor in the North Tower of the World Trade Center.
He was single, young, and looking forward to marrying and having a family.
Brian loved to ski, fish and was a true Mets, Giants, and Knicks fan.
He loved animals, music and wrote his own compositions.
Brian left behind family and friends that mourn and miss him deeply.
We Will Always Have Him In Our Hearts.

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Brian’s family

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