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  Linda Luzzicone

Date of Birth: April 25, 1968
Position: Bond Trader

Here is our Linda. Anyone that knew her can only say that she was so full of life. There was always a party when Linda was around.

Linda grew up in Staten Island, but loved Manhattan. So much that she moved there about 7 years ago.

Linda was so funny; she definitely got her sense of humor from our dad. My father would call her with jokes, and Linda was the first to pass it on to everyone else.

She especially had a great love of children. She would do anything for them, especially for her nieces and nephews. She would shower them with love as if they were her own children.

Linda loved to travel. She especially made it a point to spend time with her family and friends. Most recently over the summer, she would visit her sister in Tennessee and also travel to Canada to spend time with her boyfriend’s family in the first week of September. She had great friends and I know Linda would consider them family.

Linda was her happiest in the last few months of her life and she will be greatly missed by everyone.



Debra Luzzicone, Sister
  • There is no greater loss than the loss of someone you cherish so deeply. Everyone who knew Linda, loved Linda..it’s that simple. She had great friends all over the world. We often ask ourselves why & how something so horrible could happen. There really is no one answer, if any. All I know is that I am one of the luckiest people on this earth. That sounds odd coming from someone who is grieving so horribly. But I got to have Linda in my life. I got to be closer to her than I have been with anyone. I got to share tons of laughter and just as many tears. So everytime I think that I am not going to make it through the day, that’s what I remember. Laughing, dancing, crying, shopping & doing the craziest things that I wouldn’t do with anyone else! Linda taught me to live each day to the fullest & have as much fun as you can doing it! Well Linda, I’m trying! Thank You for always being there for me & believing in me even when I didn’t believe in myself. I miss you so bad it hurts. But I’m smiling through my tears because I know I’ll see you in my dreams tonight! I Love You.

    Cheryl A. Cox, Sister
  • One of the luckiest days of my life was almost 16 years ago when I had the honor of first meeting Linda while working at Pergament. She immediately took me under her wing and forever changed my life for the better. Linda, my closest friend, you were like a sister to me. You meant more to me than I could ever express, but I will try my best. You were such a very special person with a kind and caring heart. You were loving, loyal, and immensely supportive. You were always there for me, always. You were crazy, wild, and free….you loved life and always gave it everything you had! There were so many times you tried to convince me that you just need to have fun, to not worry about the little things, to not be afraid. So many times you reminded me how short life is. Linda, I believe you and I’m going to listen. I’m going to honor you by letting your spirit live in my heart. I love you and I miss you so very, very much. I know you are keeping all of us under your wing now. Love you always, Therese

    Therese Griffin, Friend
  • Linda, A new year has come and passed and I wanted to tell you that I MISS YOU SO MUCH! I miss our chats and listening to you goof on the guys at your desk – you were one of the funniest people. I miss your kind and understanding ear, you’ve always been there for me. I miss the daily emails we shared, I miss going out to dinner, I miss the fun nights out in the city, I miss dancing the night away, and I miss vacations w/ you. Life will never, ever be the same without you! You brought smiles to everyone around you. I’ll always remember your kindness, great sense of humor and fun-loving spirit! You emitted happiness and energy to all of us who were so lucky to have known you! Thanks for the great memories and for being such a beautiful person! I love you, you were like a sister to me, and will never understand or recover from this tragedy! May you rest in peace sweetie!

    Meghan Geraffo, best friend
  • Of all the things which wisdom provides to make us entirely happy, much the greatest is the possession of friendship. -Epicurus
    When I first met Linda I knew immediately that we were to become friends, there was just something about her. With an aching heart and soul I remain determined to focus on how grateful I am for having the chance to find out just what that something was. It was nothing less than the glory of Linda.
    Linda was a force of nature,and you couldn’t help but love her with all you had. And to love her for all she was. She was fiercely loyal, maddeningly determined, her laugh could fill a room and your heart. Her sense of humor was sometimes wicked and often mischievous and I loved every second of it. Her kindness was sincere and generous. I loved the way she loved my family and the way she let us love her. The way she could always find the best party, the way she had of talking you out of bad decisions. The deep love she had for her family and the fortunate who were able to call her friend. She taught me what strength, resilience, and faith were.
    I like all who loved her don’t know how to manage the avalanche of emotion and profound loneliness we now are left with, and maybe I never will. But I know this, the glory of Linda will always be a better part of me. And that I will love and miss her for the rest of my life.
    Love is how you stay alive, even after you are gone. -Morrie Schwartz

    Tricia Steele, Friendship
  • Hello my pal. Here it is the first day of Spring and it is pouring rain outside. It’s a sad and lonely day, as everyday is without you here. It was a year ago today that you had your surgery and Debra and I went with you to the hospital. I remember you were laughing and joking even though I knew deep down you were scared. Even in recovery, you were cracking jokes and worrying, not about yourself, but about me getting home safely. So typical of the way you always were – so caring and loving of everyone else. I miss you so very much. xoxo

    Therese Griffin, Friend
  • I met Linda over the years while she was a co-worker with my sister Donna – I wont pretend that I knew her very well – but she was one of my sisters closest friends at work. My sister over the years would speak of Tom Cahill, Linda, Joanne Tabeek and others – I would hear Donna tell her stories about what went on at the Christmas Parties, and where they went to afterwards – these guys had so much fun together. My sister has pictures of many Cantor people – it really upsets me to see these old pictures and realize that in many of these photos – all the people are gone , except my sister Donna. My heart goes out to the families who lost there loved ones – I could not imagine what my life would be like if I lost my baby sister. Anyway, it was only a few days before 9/11 that I met up with my sister and Linda at Suspenders – they were enjoying a few glasses of wine – I had to leave but I was worried about my sister having too much of a good time – so I did not want to leave her there. I remember saying to Linda to watch her – Linda turned to me and said “Dont worry William, I’ll take care of Donna” – she had this amazing smile on her face – and I was assured that my sister would be fine – a few days later Linda was taken from her family. I want Linda to know that I will never forget her – I pray to God – that he is taking care of her now too – like she took care of my sister Donna. Thank you Linda.

    William Clark, brother of co-worker and friend
  • L- I miss you. I am glad you and Ralph are together in peace, but I wish you were still here with us. Watch over us. I love you, pal.

    Kate, Co-worker and friend
  • Hi sweetie – I know this may seem corny but I wanted to wish you a happy birthday – I am so grateful for your being born and wanted to celebrate your meaningful existance in this cruel world! I miss you and think of you every single day – it will never be the same without you buddy!!! I want to thank you again for always being there for me and the rest of the Quigley family! You were a member of our family and always will be – please know that!

    Colin will never get to know Aunt Linda and it makes me soooo sad every day because I know you two would have so much fun, God knows we did, and you were so wonderful with all the kids. All of them miss you terribly!! You will always be their “beautiful Aunt Linda” and in our hearts forever! I have these dreams at night, we’re having so much fun as we always did, and then I wake up – and it’s heart wrenching – I still don’t believe you’re gone – it will never sink in my friend! I hope God is taking good care of you! In my dreams at night – I see you laughing with all your buddies at Cantor and in this big, fun dance club – LAUGHING YOUR BOOTY off! You deserve happiness and laughter wherever you are. Please know how loved and greatly missed you are!!!!

    Meghan Quigley Geraffo, Close friend
  • Happy Birthday my Seester, I know you are not my sister but it was Joann yours and mine and Jennifer’s personal joke. I really want to let you know how much I miss you I am sure you are in a better place with everyone. I hope you enjoy your birthday I am sure there will be a big party I will have a drink for you tommorow but it just wont be the same with out you. I am glad that I got to see you in the summer for dirnks we sure did have alot of laughs. Linda thanks for always listening to me when I needed advice with things you really made a big difference especially in the way I look at things now.
    Love Donna

    Donna Clark, Friend/Seester/Coworker
  • Happy Birthday Pal! Linda, I miss you terribly. I think of you every day. I still cannot comprehend that you are not with us celebrating this day – the day a wonderful, beautiful, caring, loving, special person was born. Thank you for all the laughs and fun times and for always being there. You will forever live in my heart.

    Therese M. Griffin, Friend
  • Hi Linda,
    I just want to say that I miss you so much. I miss our long talks and your funny laugh. This picture of you was at my wedding, you were having a great time with you and Ralph. I will never forget that day. You were always laughing. Linda, I miss you and I always will think of you and Ralph. I will never forget what a true friend you were and I will always see you in my dreams. Sleep with the angels Linda. You will always be my angel…. rest in peace my friend..

    Love always,
    Cheryl Carlsen-Pupo

    Cheryl Carlsen-Pupo, Friend & co-worker
  • Hi sweetie! It’s coming on LaborDay weekend and this summer has been painfully sad without you here. We have so many fun memories in the summer, our infamous, ANNUAL, Girls night out in the city for one. We just couldn’t do it this year without you! I still pick up the phone to dial your number, I really wish I could hear your voice again! What I would do to laugh with you and hear that terrific giggle of yours!! You always made me laugh and feel better when I was down. I am so grateful to you – thanks again for being a true friend – I love you buddy! I think of you everyday and can’t imagine another year without you. My only solace is knowing you are in a safe and peaceful place XOXOXO Meg

    Meghan Qugiley Geraffo, close friend
  • I never met Linda, but my brother, Jack sat next to Linda at Cantor until he left in the winter of 2001. He spoke of her often, considering her a wonderful friend, person and co-worker. My brother worked at Cantor for almost 12 yrs and left 9 months prior to the tragedy. I know he still spoke to Linda on a weekly basis after leaving. I pray for Linda and her family, and hope these messages of admiration and love for Linda help ease the pain a little.

    Susan, sister of friend/co-worker
  • Peace

    Rich Bolton, friend
  • I miss you Pal.
    T

    Therese Griffin, Friend
  • Happy Birthday Linda.
    I still miss you every single day.
    I love you,
    Therese

    Therese Griffin, Friend
  • Hi Linda

    I just wanted to say hello and that I miss you so much.Tell eveyone I said hello and please watch over me.

    Love Donna

    D. Clark, Friend
  • Hi Linda,

    Wanted to let you know that I still think of you – my sister always speaks about her buddies at Cantor – I remember that night we had the drinks at Suspenders – I will make sure I visit there again to toast your memory.

    william clark.

    william, acquaintance
  • 9/11/2003

    Linda, It has been two years since you were taken from us but the sorrow never ends. I miss you so very, very much. I pray that you are at peace. Please watch over us. I love you.

    Therese, Friend
  • 9/11/2003

    I miss you today & everyday. I love you.

    Cheryl Cox (Luzzicone), Sister
  • 4/26/2004

    Happy Birthday Linda.

    I miss you so very much.

    Love,
    Therese

    Therese Griffin, Friend
  • Happy Birthday Linda! I love you!

    Cheryl Cox, Sister
  • 9/11/2004

    Linda,

    I think of you and miss you everyday.

    Love you always,
    Therese

    Therese, Friend
  • Today is harder than I thought it would be. I miss you, just like I always do.
    Thank You for the butterflies.
    I Love You Lin!
    Cheryl

    Cheryl, Sister
  • After a while you learn the subtle difference
    Between holding a hand and chaining a soul,
    And you learn that love doesn’t mean leaning
    And company doesn’t mean security,
    And you begin to understand
    that kisses aren’t contracts
    And presents aren’t promises,
    And you begin to accept your defeats
    With your head up and your eyes open,
    And you learn to build all your roads
    On today because tomorrow’s ground
    Is too uncertain for plans, and futures have
    A way of falling down in mid-flight.
    After a while you learn that even sunshine
    Burns if you get too much,
    So plant your own garden and decorate
    Your own soul, instead of waiting
    For someone to bring you flowers.
    And learn that you really can endure,
    That you really are strong
    And you really do have worth
    And you learn and learn . . .
    With every good-bye you learn.

    Author Unknown

    Cheryl, Sister
  • 3/29/05

    Hi Linda.

    It’s not a holiday, birthday or any other special day. I just miss you dearly and wish you were here.

    Love,
    Therese

    Therese, Friend
  • 4/26/05

    Happy Birthday Linda.

    I miss you and love you so very much.

    I wish you were here. The sadness never ends.

    I love you.
    Therese

    Therese, Friend
  • 9/11/2005

    Here we are 4 years later yet it still feels like yesterday.

    I miss you pal, so very much. I think of you everyday.

    Love you always,
    Therese

    Therese Griffin, Friend
  • Hi Linda,

    Just a quick note to wish your family well and hope that all of the prayers and wishes are getting to you. My brother prays for you and thinks of you on a daily basis, I know that. He will never stop.

    Susan, Sister of a Friend
  • Hi Linda.

    Another Christmas and another year without you.

    I miss you and love you.

    Love,
    Therese

    Therese Griffin, Friend
  • April 26, 2006

    Happy Birthday Linda.

    I miss you and love you.

    Therese

    Therese, Friend
  • September 11, 2006

    Linda, it’s been 5 years since you were taken from us. I can’t believe it has been so long, the pain is as strong as the day it happened.

    I wonder if you know that I think of you every day. I miss you pal. You are my best friend.

    Love,
    Therese

    Therese Griffin, Friend
  • “If tears could build a stairway, and memories a lane, I would walk right up to heaven and bring you home again.”

    Author Unknown

    Cheryl Cox, sister
  • April 26, 2007

    Happy Birthday Linda.

    I miss you.

    Love,
    Therese

    Therese Griffin, Friend
  • September 11, 2007

    Linda,

    Six long years have passed but not one day goes by that you are not thought of and cherished.

    I miss you and love you.

    Please watch over me.

    Love,
    Therese

    Therese, Friend
  • I miss you. Now more than ever.

    Cheryl, Sister
  • I miss you Linda.

    Therese, Friend
  • September 11, 2008

    Linda, I still think of you and miss you everyday.

    Love you,
    Therese

    Therese Griffin, Friend
  • December 25, 2008

    Merry Christmas Linda. You are missed every single day.

    Therese Griffin, Friend
  • April 26, 2009

    Happy Birthday Linda. I miss you.

    Love,
    Therese

    Therese Griffin, Friend
  • September 11, 2009

    Linda, you are missed today and everyday.

    Love,
    Therese

    Therese, Friend
  • Linda, Jack misses you all the time. He doesn’t talk about it but I know he does, he spoke about you so often. Please rest in Peace. Susan

    Susan, Friend
  • April 26, 2010

    Happy Birthday Linda.

    Love,
    Therese

    Therese, Friend
  • 9/11/2010

    My dear Linda,

    I love you and miss you everyday.

    Love,
    Therese

    Therese Griffin, Friend
  • 4/26/2011

    Happy Birthday Linda. I miss you. xoxo

    Therese

    Therese Griffin, Friend
  • 5/1/2011

    They finally got him Linda.

    I love you,
    Therese

    Therese, Friend
  • 9/11/2011

    It’s been 10 years but still feels like yesterday. I miss you and love you Linda.

    Therese

    Therese Griffin, Friend
  • I didn’t know you, but wished to pay my respects as I tiptoe by….I only hope life will bring me a friendship as strong as the one you obviously had with Therese. You must be a very special person. XXX

    Tracey P, Passer by
  • April 26, 2012

    Happy Birthday Linda.

    I miss you and love you.

    Love,
    Therese

    Therese, Friend
  • Thinking of you Linda and miss you. xo

    Therese Griffin, Friend
  • September 11, 2012

    Thinking of you today and every day.

    Miss you Linda.

    Love,
    Therese

    Therese Griffin, Friend
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