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January 22, 2016
Semper Fi Ameer, sincerely
April 20, 2011
I miss you Ameer.
September 30, 2010
May 06, 2010
Everyone who knew Ameer was better for the experience. He was the most kind, loyal, and nuturing friend in my life. I will remember the positive impact he had upon those around him everday. I miss his knowledge and understanding of the most important aspect of life. Family, friendship, food, conversation, music, and compassion.
March 09, 2010
I met Ameer in Farmingdale State University, he was my roommate and we became friends. He was such a wonderful person very easy to get along with, he had great respect for life. I remember his first flight lesson at the college, the night before he prep his flight bag with everything he might need for the flight, he was very excited to go flying in the morning. He had an early morning flight that day, he returned to the room at around 9 or ten oclock and was very excited that he had a very succesful first flight. He told me the instructor really liked him alot, he performed well, he told me he took her out for coffee and talked about his schedule for flights. That was Ameer everyone loved him, he was really easy to get along with. On september 11, 2001 we were in the room getting ready for class and we turned the tv on and we saw what was going on, He was a very proud U.S Marine and he immediately got ready and went to the main hall to offer his services. When i returned at the end of the weekend i found a note saying goodbye who told me his country needed him and he had to leave. We lost contact after that and i always hoped to find him online because I valued his friendship very much, this is how i learned about his death. I would like to extend my condolences to his family and friends, He was really a one of a kind person and i will miss him very much.. God Bless you Buddy and Rest in Peace..
February 24, 2010
Ameer was a very good friend to my son (Shawn) and was always weclcome in my home. I miss him too.
February 23, 2010
Not a day goes by that I don't think about you. I only hope to live my life the way you lived yours. I will try to take nothing for granted and to live each day to the fullest. I miss you so much Ameer but am blessed to have so many wonderful memories of you.
February 23, 2010
We were lucky to have Ameer in our lives, even for such a short time. He was loved and he will be greatly missed.
February 23, 2010
Ameer was the perfect friend. He was incredibly easy to talk to, very understanding, and extremely loyal. Even after he moved out west he made every effort to stay in touch with his east coast friends.

I had the pleasure of both hiking and flying with Ameer several times, and each was always a special experience. He had such a revence for all living things. Its not every day you see such greatness in action, let alone stand next to it.

I will miss him for the rest of my living days, as will all those who were lucky enough to spend even a minimal amount of time with him. It was beautiful to see the diverse crowd that attended the memorial we had for him in Hopewell Junction, NY. I even heard that his funeral in Egypt was packed with mourners. I guess its just a testament to him, and his ability to make anyone feel like part of the group.

I'm not sure why he was taken from us so prematurely, and I may never understand. I mean if there was ever a guy you always had complete confidence in it was him. Thats why all this is such a shock. All I know is that if there is a heaven, or something comparable, he is waiting patiently for us there. Playing his harmonica and passing the time in peace.

We miss you buddy.
February 23, 2010
I miss you my friend...rest well.

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