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  Wendy Small

Date of Birth: July 16, 1975
Position: Volume Processing Clerk

Mommy, I love you so much, I cry,
I didn’t get a chance to say goodbye.

Mommy, the time I spent with you I miss,
the hugs and your kisses.

Mommy, when I look at your pictures I hole them tight and smile,
because we were together for at least awhile.

I love you,
Tyreek, Son

Wendy balanced caring for her son, household responsibilities and her employment with little aid. She was an outgoing person who haf many friends, she also always, had a smile on her face and liked to make others happy.

Education was very important to Wendy also, as graduate of Technical College Institute, in Business Administration, her goal was to improve the economic status of that of herself and her son. She took pride in her job, knowing that she would do her best.

On September 11th, 2001, Wendy went to work, where she worked for the past 2 1/2 years, that day her life tragically ended. I love Wendy very much, she was my youngest child of three. She will be missed but not forgotten, by her family and friends.

Ethel Small, Mother
  • Ethel, my heart and prayers go out to you and your family. You did a great job with Wendy – she had a heart of gold. Wendy was a great person, she never lost her temper and she always managed to see the good in people. It was always a pleasure to be around her. May you all find comfort in our Lord Jesus Christ. He did say, “cast your cares and worries upon HIM – and suffer not my children.” G-D Bless.

    David "DOC" Bellows, Friend and Co-worker
  • Wendy,

    I have so much respect for you. The way you balanced everything was truly amazing. You were great at your job and a great mother. You based your whole life on making a better life for your son. I am sorry we didn’t keep in touch after I left Cantor. You are greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

    Rich McKnight, Former Co-worker
  • My heart goes out to Wendy’s family. I started at Cantor 1 week before Wendy and we worked together for 2 years. I always asked Wendy for advice with my relationships – she was like my older sister. There is not a day that goes by that I do not think of her and Tyreek. I will never forget working in the ten year room; we had a lot of laughs and a lot of working late. Thank you Wendy for being a great person and I will miss you!! Your Friend, Maria

    Maria, Friend & Co-worker
  • Wendy, I miss you so much. My heart still hurts and not a day goes by that I don’t think about you. Ever since Ms. Sistaire’s dance class you’ve been there for me day and night to help through all my drama. I know you are watching over me and all the other people who loved you so much, protecting us. I promise to be there for Ty whenever he needs me. I love you.

    Tiffany Fosmire, Bestfriend
  • Wendy will be greatly missed I worked in another room but did the same job as Wendy. What a great lady, one who loved her son dearly.
    Sorry for your loss,

    Maureen Hunt, Co-worker
  • I remember Wendy from our high school days at King. She was a very good friend and was always willing to help you out. I bumped into her a couple of times after graduating and she still had that crazy laugh and beautiful smile. When I heard she had been a victim in this great tragedy, I was very upset. There’s not a day that goes by that I don’t think of her. Condolences to her family. She will be missed, but never forgotten.

    Ramel Pope, Classmate
  • Wendy, I miss you so much, words can express my sadness. I will miss your smile that lights up a room and positive attitude you always have regardless of the circumstances. I remember our last Labor Day of 2001, you were in the kitchen cooking chicken and someone asked “Who made this delicious chicken” and I replied “Me”. You came walking through the door and caught me saying that and we all started laughing and Tyty birthday party, where I always seems to bother you about your cooking. I will miss the jokes and laughter we shared. You will be deeply missed and remembered in my heart as a Angel.

    Love, Meka

    Tyty, I love and miss you so much. I can’t wait to see you and give you a big hug and kiss. I will always be here if you need me, regardless if it’s good or bad. My love for you is neverending. Always, remember everyone misses you in New York.

    Auntie Meka

    Tameka Nurse Carter, Family Friend and Tyty Auntie
  • Peace

    Rich Bolton, friend
  • Well, Wendy…… Its been two years and I still cry because you are not here. I miss your smile, the way you cover your mouth to hide the gap in your teeth. Oh wendy, why did you have to leave us. I miss you…..


    Tameka, Tyty Auntie
  • I thought of you today, you were a good friend. I miss the late nights we had in the office making the trades match, We both had big dreams, Thank you for sharing yours.

    T, L
  • Wendy was about 6 years old when I last saw here. Her family and my family weekly attended the same congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Brooklyn, NY. When I heard that the World Trade Center was under attack I was horrified. To further find out that Wendy was among the victims was hitting a little too close to home for me.

    Unfortunately, the tool of trade and commerce was converted into a tool of crime when terrorists snuffed out the lives of thousands of people here in the United States nine years ago. They use violence to be heard but they will be silenced. Psalm 34:21 assures us “Calamity will put the wicked one himself to death; And the very ones hating the righteous one will be held guilty.”

    A wall of names has been established for all the victims, Jehovah has the names too in his book of life.

    King David’s words at Psalm 34:18 are true and comforting. “Jehovah is near to those that are broken at heart; and those who are crushed in spirit he saves.

    Wendy will always be remembered by family and friends.

    D. Mayers, Friend
  • I just saw this page and that picture of you and your son Ty. Wendy I will never forget you from the day Jamar introduced me to you back in 1993. We instantly hit it off and became good friends. I missed us hanging out with everybody. Even though we lost touch along the way, i remember you working in the sneaker store once upon a time. I was so proud of you when i saw you at TCI one day after so many years. I felt like i just back in touch with you before i lost you for good. Will always miss you.

    Anthony, Friend

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