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|Giovanna (Gennie) Gambale
Date of Birth: July 5, 1974
Department: Marketing, eSpeed
Position: VP, Conferences and Events
We will all miss Gennie.
We will all miss her big smile.
But we will always have Gennie’s spirit here with us.
We will have Gennie with us when we are true to ourselves.
Gennie was always herself, always comfortable in herself.
She was happy with her own ideas and passions – quirky and unique and special and strong and honest and true.
We will have Gennie with us when we are committed – to family, friends and work.
Gennie’s commitment was never just words – it was action.
To her colleagues at eSpeed, she was a true leader and a spirited motivator – the person you most trusted to get things done.
We will have Gennie with us when we are generous in spirit – when we listen and try to understand.
Everyone thought she was their closest friend – maybe because she would always tell the truth, but tell it so kindly.
We will have Gennie with us when we remember what is truly important. Gennie did not care about the superficial.
She valued her friends for their unique selves.
She looked to her boyfriend Tom for his open and pure heart.
She treasured the love of her big family.
We will have Gennie with us when we take care of each other.
Gennie made sure that the newcomers in the crowd had a good time, and the new faces in the office didn’t get lost.
We will have Gennie with us when we are brave.
Gennie had deep courage.
She had the courage to be herself and to be honest to others.
She had the courage to love so many of us, so very much.
Most of all, we will have Gennie with us when we laugh, when we laugh hard and often.
Well Genny… for 20 years I have been coming to your site on the anniversary of 9-11. We don’t know each-other but as a young female you made this tragedy more real and come alive. You were only 2 years older than me but of all the victims I felt the most connection to you. A young, ambitious women on the rise. It’s just so unfair. I’ve visited your site every year on 9-11 and share your story often.
I sending you and your family love & strength on the 20th anniversary of 9-11. May we never forget.
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