Thinking if you on this day.prayers for the entire family...megan and family ..kathy and frank. etc...hugs from wpb fl
I lived with Kaleen at Kappa at Cornell. She was our house manager and was the older sister, she was a Junior, that lived in the house with us sophomores. We spent many nights up late chatting and laughing and I think of her often. I am so terribly sorry she was taken much too soon from her family and friends. Every year at this time I pause and remember her. She truly touched many, many people and it shows the generosity of her spirit that she would live with us in the sorority house so she could help us through our year. I am so sorry she is no longer here to make so many smile and laugh. My thoughts and prayers are with her family as well as Matt's, I am so happy they found each other.
I worked at goldman on 9/11. i was friends with Kaleen and i have been thinking of her so often. she is a beautiful person and her smile keeps coming to me. i know it's been a long time but i wanted to post. i didnt even know this site was here! thank you for letting me have the chance to write!
I just visited your name at the 9/11 memorial in New York with my family. I was so moved by the memorial, and thought about playing soccer with you in our early twenties. I'm still playing out here in California and know you would be too. God bless you. xo, Gretchen Wyatt
I grew up next door to kaleen and the pezzuti family. I think of her often....with those beaitiful long eyelashes and great personality. Last time i visited fair haven i took tome to find the memorial and her bench. Peace and love to the pezzuti and pelino families. Gail gingras mitchell
Being from Long Island, I was so saddened by all the people from my area that died that day. I recall reading the paper a few weeks later, and for some reason Kaleen's name caught my eye on the list of thousands who died. My heart skipped a beat, since I pledged Kappa with her at Cornell. She is someone you could never forget; her beautiful blue eyes, her unassuming nature. She was so down to earth and fun. I am so happy to have a chance to tell you, her family, how special she was. I am so happy to hear of the love she found with Matt. And I am so very sorry for your unthinkable loss. Please know she touched many, many people's hearts with her lovely nature and fun spirit. She will never be forgotten.
It still feels like yesterday. We love, miss and think about you every day.
Kaleen - I will always remember that first year at Cornell. You got me through the rough patches and always made me laugh. You were my best bud. I'll remember our many trips for fro yo in the freezing cold, our talks, visiting your wonderful home and your visit to HI. Aloha no - I pray for you today and always. Love to you and your family ...
We will love and remember you forever.
In loving memory. May God wrap your family in His loving arms ... today and always. We will NEVER forget!
As I cross-stitched your name on the memorial that I am doing for all of the victims, I prayed for you and your family. Please know that your death was not in vain. We will always remember. God Bless.
I go to George Mason University and today we had a table in one of the main buildings. On that table were pieces of cardboard with strings attached, some were shaped like pentagons, some like the twin towers and then the last set were circles for the people in pa. On each shape there was a name of a person who lost their life at that location. People all over campus chose a name and wore that name around their neck for the entire day for all to see so that those people were not forgotten. Kaleen today I proudly wore your name on a tower around my neck. I read what other people wrote about you and you seemed like a wonderful person, I too hope that you were in Matt's arms. God blass you and your family.
OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU!
GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU!
STEPHANIE HESSE - STREETT
KATHY & FRANK:
ON THIS SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF YOUR TRAGIC LOSS, PLEASE KNOW THAT THE PRAYERS OF OUR FAMILY ARE WITH YOU.
THE DOOLEY BOYS
Kaleen was my cousin Liz's best friend. I met her several times and was really impressed by how "put-together" she was. She was really, really sweet too. Liz named her daughter Kaleen and she's a real sweetie too. God Bless.
I did not Know Kaleen but I would like to give my sympathy to her family. It is a scary feeling to know that a Pezzuti around my age with so much to look forward to is now gone. It makes you cherish life so much more when hearing these sad stories. My heart goes out to all of Kaleen's family. She sounded like a wonderful person and someone who touched the hearts of many people. May Kaleen rest in peace and God Bless her family.
I am a member of the West Virginia Symphony Chorus. We shared Mozart's Requiem this morning, September 11th, 2002, at the Baptist Temple in Charleston, WV, beginning at 8:46 a.m. Organizers of the event handed out heart badges, each inscribed with the name of one of the victims of the terrorist attacks. It was my honor and privilege to wear a heart badge inscribed with the name of Ms. Pezzuti. My prayers and thoughts are with her friends and family members. May God honor her memory and enable her loved ones to always remember and cherish her.
I am from Houston Texas and did not formally know anyone that was part of Kaleen Pezzuti's family, but I am fortunate to know of her. My highschool, St. Agnes Academy, has made 900 bracelets that have a victims name on them and each member of the student body wheres one and prays for them. I was fortunate enough to get Kaleen and I will hold her close to my heart.I was searching through the lists of the deceased at lunch and I circled Kaleen. Her name, as well as 2,799 other names rest on a large piece of paper on my wall now. I am terribly sorry for your loss and pray for her soul as well as the ones of anyone who may have known her every day.God Bless,
We will all miss you and love you.
Rest in peace, beautiful Angel.
May God Bless you and watch over the family and friends that you left behind. Rest in peace..........
DEAR GOD SHINE YOUR LIGHT ON THIS BEAUTIFUL WOMAN...KALEEN E.PEZZUTI AND MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE WITH GOD AND HIS ANGELS...GOD BLESS HER LOVING FAMILY AND MANY FRIENDS..STAY CLOSE..PRAY AND NEVER FORGET 9/11/01..GOD BLESS AMERICA AND NEW YORK FOREVER...MAY JESUS AND HIS SAINTS GREET YOU AT THE GATES OF HEAVEN..AMEN
Kaleen was always very nice. I remember her as an 8th grader, when I was in 6th grade. My brother's friend had such a huge crush on her. She was alwas very sweet.
She was one of the few people that went to COrnell with my brother. My brother would from time to time say how nice it was the see Kaleen on campus.
My heart goes out to Kaleen's family.
Kaleen and I played soccer together on my father's team the Dragons, a Middletown NJ traveling soccer team. I remember that Kaleen was always positive, upbeat, encouraging person who had a smile no matter what. Being the smallest person on the team I always appreciated how she stuck up for me and protected me. My father and I send our deepest sympathy and wish her mother well. Kaleen will be missed by all that knew her.
I used to babysit Kaleen and her siblings in Fair Haven, NJ. I remember her as the most angelic, beautiful, cherubic child who loved to sit in my lap and listen to stories. I see from her on-line photograph that she grew up to be just as beautiful. My prayers go out to her family.
Kaleen was the last person I talked to at Cantor on the 10th, I am so glad that the last thing I said to her was how much I liked her and how the GSB room was my favorite room in the firm to work with. I know she would have told Matt that and so I feel better that at least the two of them knew how I felt about them. I miss Kaleen and Matt, two of the nicest people you could ever meet, they were great people separately, but together they were wonderful. They are both in my thoughts and prayers everyday.
We are deeply sorry for your loss of Kaleen, Matthew, and Megan's husband. Such a tragedy to have lost so many loved ones. Our hearts cry with you.
We see your sorrow-
and our hearts cry....
We can not erase your pain
but you do not have to face the anguish alone-for we-
-the American people-
are beside you.
We so desperately want to have the touch that brings you comfort,
the strength that gives you courage,
and the words to lighten your spirits.
And when we are left speechless
may the silence of our nation weave love into your hearts
to ease your sorrow.
May you find healing through our nation's strength as we-
-the American people-
face this difficult time together. Our hearts are with you. Teresa Jahn