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Date of Birth: September 1, 1959
Position: Vice President
Eddie graduated from Hoffstra. He was the child of Jennifer and Joseph. Eddie and I just got married April 14, 2001 before these things happened. He was the most wonderful man I ever met. Eddie was a very hardworking person. He did his job very well. He loved to work in Cantor, due that all of the clients were very good to him and so was the staff at Cantor. Eddie always said to me, “I’m always nervous going to work I don’t know why.” I said, “the company was not going to fire you, what is your problem?” “I don’t know, I’m nervous whenever I’m going to work” he’d say. This was before this thing happened. He had bad dreams before this happened and he told me “I can’t repeat it because it’s so real” and he woke up in the middle of the night so perspired. He asked me to get water. He said “My God, what a nightmare! My dream was so bad.” So I asked, “What is it?” “I can’t tell you because it looked so real.” The week before this happened he told me “I can’t help you in ‘paper works’ (I have a business, he’d speak for me and I would do the paper works) because I am again to be busy. I have a lot of things to do.” On September 11th, I was so nervous. He asked me, “What’s the matter?” I said, “I don’t know”. When things started happening, I went to my bedroom and I watched the T.V. and saw the W.T.C. falling and I said aloud, “Now Eddie, we know why we were nervous.”
I love him so much and until now I feel like he is just in work and could still feel him by my side. I still feel how strong our love is. I can’t forget my husband and all that he did for me. He made things happen for me and made my dreams come true, but I can’t get him back. I wish I could. The memory he left is filled with love. I try to smile but I have to believe that time will heal me. I love him. I miss him. He was the best, generous, loving person.