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High Hopes Achieved

They were just high school kids from Long Island, on a date set up by friends. But "the minute we met we knew," Rise Goldflam said.

She was talking about her husband, Jeffrey Goldflam, 48. After meeting in high school and continuing to date despite attending different colleges, the Goldflams were married 25 years ago. "We grew together," she recalled.

During those years, Mr. Goldflam, of Melville, N.Y., energetically pursued his career in finance, often returning home from work at 8 or 9 p.m., sometimes as late as 11, and making monthly business trips to Europe or Chicago. After serving as the chief financial officer of Fimat USA, a subsidiary of France's Société Générale, he became the managing director and chief financial officer of Cantor Fitzgerald eSpeed at 1 World Trade Center a year before the towers were attacked.

But during his scarce time off, Mr. Goldflam devoted himself to his son and daughter, Josh and Ashley. "He just loved being around his children," Mrs. Goldflam said. "He worked for us, basically."

His wife said that Mr. Goldflam had achieved all the goals he had set. He hoped for nothing less for his son.

"He wanted me to get my business degree and try to get into finance or something similar," said Josh Goldflam, 22, a senior at Indiana University majoring in management. "That's what I'm doing."

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Published in Morning Call on Nov. 8, 2001.
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October 16, 2019
Miss you and will love you always.
Rise Goldflam
Spouse
October 10, 2019
We love you and miss you so much
Ashley Bisman
Daughter
October 8, 2019
I never knew Jeff. I found his obituary because I read his name in the background of a friend visiting New York. I want his wonderful friends and family to know that I read every single post and my heart goes out to all of you. What a great legacy Jeff left. Prayers for all of you!
Lisa Thobe
September 11, 2018
We love you so much and think of you all the time.
Ashley Goldflam
May 28, 2018
Always in our hearts and thoughts. Thinking of you on what would have been your 65 th bday. We love you
Rise Goldflam
May 27, 2018
Saw his birthday rose yesterday
Rosalie Harman
April 9, 2018
Missing you and thinking of you always.
Rise Goldflam
March 16, 2018
We think of you everyday. All of the granddaughters are named after you - Jolie, Jordyn, and Jade. We love you so much. Forever in our hearts.
Ashley Bisman - Goldflam
May 24, 2017
Jeff was one of my bosses at Thomson McKinnon Securities. He had a fabulous sense of humor and was a great mentor. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Kathy Pagan
July 7, 2015
Our deepest condolences.
Michelle Goldflam
December 30, 2014
I will never forget you.
Judy Lustig
September 12, 2014
13 years have passed and every anniversary feels the same as that awful day. Jeff, you are missed terribly beyond words.
Monica Gazzillo
September 11, 2014
Missing you more than words can describe but loving you forever.
Rise Goldflam
September 11, 2014
I miss riding in the back of your car with the roof down and wind blowing. I miss watching you eat pretzels, ice cream, and soda (thats all you wanted!). I miss playing tennis with you. I miss giving you quizzes on everything I learned in school because you knew EVERYTHING. I miss your rules for me which I always broke because I knew you would never be mad or punish me. I miss our family vacations. I miss you telling me my glasses were crooked (I now have Lasik!. I miss everything about you but thinking of you makes me smile and happy. You are alive in my heart always. xox - Ashley
Ashley Goldflam
September 11, 2014
I never met you but have heard so many wonderful things. Ashley and I became friends later in life and thank you so much for bringing her to me! My heart hurts because I know how much she misses you but she is seriously as you know one of the strongest Women I know. She always talks about the amazing 16 years you and your family had together..and how 16 happy years is better then a life time of unhappiness. You would be so proud of her and the joy she brings to every person she meets. You could not have done a better job ( with the help of Rise of course ) . Just know we are all remembering you - those of us who knew you..and those of us who wish we did.
Maria
August 3, 2014
I came across Jeff's name while reading a column by Larry Miller. Thank you--we need to remember each person, not just the total number. My prayers tonight are with his family and friends.
Ginny
April 5, 2014
Your wonderful children are a tribute to you and how you lived your life. They have grown into the most loved and
respected people,, personally and professionally. We miss you terribly but feel surrounded by your love.
Rise Goldflam
April 4, 2014
I think of you every day - only happy wonderful thoughts because of our great 16 years together, I'm so thankful for them. Mom, Josh, and I try to make you proud and we know you are watching over us and are still a part of our lives daily. You are always missed and loved.
January 23, 2014
Jeff is missed beyond words. I incessantly think about him and still keep him in my heart. He was not just my boss, but like a second father to me. Time may not heal the sadness for me, but the memories prior to 9/11 give comfort. I was very fortunate to have had you as a mentor. You are loved and will never be forgotten. Rise, Josh and Ashley are always in my thoughts as well.
Monica Gazzillo
January 22, 2014
Forever in our hearts and thoughts.
Rise Goldflam
December 21, 2013
Jeff and I overlapped by literally a few days at Fimat. He was leaving to become the CFO of Cantor. I had just gotten to Fimat. Really nice guy. Handsome. Charismatic. RIP. Just went to the 9 11 memorial today with my kids. Made me think of Jeff and others I knew who perished. RIP
David Miller
September 11, 2013
God Bless you Mr. Goldflam. You are at peace now. Thinking of you and others on this sad day.
Evelyn Cuadrado
September 11, 2013
You and your family are in our thoughts today.
Lynda and Stan
September 7, 2013
You were deeply loved and adored by your
family and friends. Missing you.. We feel surrounded by the love you gave us.
Rise Goldflam
May 24, 2013
Missing and thinking of you on your birthday and everyday. Time has not erased all of the love and guidance you
have given us.
Rise Goldflam
March 27, 2013
Missing and loving you always. Forever in
our hearts.
Rise
September 11, 2012
Thinking of you and your family often but especially on this day.
Lynda and Stan
September 11, 2012
always thinking of you on this date, r.i.p.
Susan Hoberman Teichman
September 10, 2012
It's been 11 years. There are no words to convey the sadness, horror nor grief. You are missed and will never be forgotten.
Monica Gazzillo
September 7, 2012
Not a day will go by without thinking of
you . Our love for you will last for eternity.
Rise
September 7, 2012
How proud you would be of your beautiful family! You are missed.
Taryn and Anthony Cuoco
October 11, 2011
I just found out from someone I used to work with of Jeff's passing. My heart goes out to the family. I was the receptionist at Falconwood Corp. I remember when he brought his son in. We were talking about bands and he said his father used to play drums and had long hair. I said NO WAY! Then Jeff came over to take him to lunch. His son told his father "Dad, right you played drums and had long hair?" Jeff chuckled and changed the subject. LOL What I thought at that time, was, he is soooo down to earth. He was truly a great person and someone to look up to.
My love to the family.
Evelyn
September 11, 2011
I WAS THINKING ABOUT JEFF TODAY AND REMEMBERING HOW I ALWAYS LOOKED FORWARD TO BEING HIM AND WHAT A GREAT FRIEND HE WAS I WILL NEVER FORGET HIM MY THOUGHTS TO RISE JOSH AND ASHLY EVEN THOUGH HE WAS A TRMENDOUS SUCCESS HE WAS ALWAYS A VALLEY STREAM KID WHERE I GREW UP AND NEVER CHANGED BOBBY Z
ROBERT ZUFLACHT
September 2, 2011
Missing and loving you always.
Rise, Josh, and Ashley
June 2, 2011
For the past almost 10 years I have avoided reading the lists of the people lost on 9/11/01. I was always afraid I would see the name of someone I knew. It turns out I was right. I babysat for Jeff and Rise's son, Joshua, 25+ years ago. Jeff and Rise were always very kind to me and Josh was sooo cute! I am very deeply saddened.

My very belated, but very heartfelt sympathies to Rise, Josh, Ashley and the entire Goldflam family.
Debbie Merkel-Hughes
May 3, 2011
I didn't know Jeff but came across his name while searching the 8/11 Memorial and thought would light a
candle. May his soul rest in peace and the light shine upon him forever! To young to die... So many lifes lost that day!
May 2, 2011
Dear Rise - My name is Pauline and I worked for Jeff at The Falconwood Corporation. My job at Falconwood was my first out of college and Jeff was my first boss. I didn't hear of his passing in 9/11 until about two years after it happened. Today on the death of the man who was behind this horrible event for your family and many other families I remember Jeff. As he was my first boss ever I will always remember him fondly. I remember what a great boss he was and I remember how dedicated he was to his family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers today.
September 14, 2010
We shared a special and unique love
that few ever have.
Josh, Ash, and I will carry you in our
hearts forever.
Rise Goldflam
September 11, 2010
Jeff - You were my 1st boss on Wall St. 25 years ago. I think of you often and how sad this must be for your family. I remember you as a great man who cared about his team. I do smile though when I remember how you skipped shaving on Sundays so you could arrive early Monday morning on Wall St. and go for a shave by a barber with a straight razor. You'll never be forgotten. God Bless!
JOHN HAMOT
May 21, 2010
Thinking of you and missing you
on your birthday.
We will always love you.
Rise Goldflam
Rise Goldflam
April 11, 2010
Janina
March 10, 2010
Always in our hearts and thoughts.
Rise Goldflam
Rise Goldflam
September 18, 2009
I just found this site - it is so nice to have a place for family and friends to remember Jeff. Although I never met my father-in-law, I feel as though I know him well. From all of the stories that Josh, Ashley, and Rise share, I know that we would have been great friends. Jeff- you would be so proud of Josh and the man he has become - I love him so much and I know that you are looking down on us every day. Thank you for giving me the most important person in my life - I feel so lucky to have Josh as my husband and to have Rise and Ashley as my second mother and sister.
Rachel Goldflam
September 13, 2009
You would be so proud of how we
went on with our lives..but always
keeping your memory alive.
Rise Goldflam
Rise Goldflam
September 10, 2009
Never forgotten.
Judy Lustig
September 10, 2009
I didn't know Jeff, but I just wanted to say to his family, that you still have many Americans praying for you. We will never forget. Although I don't know you, I am sending you love. May you feel Jeff's presence comforting you on this very difficult day.
September 5, 2009
I knew Jeff to be always friendly, always happy. Mark Hackett
August 2, 2009
always in our hearts..
forever in our dreams..
we will never forget you..
rise,josh, and ash
rise goldflam
May 30, 2009
Thinking of you on your birthday and
everyday.
We loved you so much and miss you more
than words can say.
Rise
Rise Goldflam
May 26, 2009
Happy Birthday!!!
Doug Abraham
January 2, 2009
Thinking of you...Miss you ...
Your love and caring ways help
guide us through life.
You were truly adored......
Rise Goldflam
October 7, 2008
Dear Goldflam family...when looking through the posts I found one from Jason Savage..I remember when Rise and Trudi were pregnant because my sister and I were your babysitters...I now am the mother of two children who were just babies that terrible day...my prayers are with you always and I pray for you to have the stregnth to deal with very day and always carry wondreful memories in your heart...
Patty Faehner-Mc Groary
September 16, 2008
we get our strength and courage
from the strength and love
that you shared with us.
we adored you and think of you always.
Rise Goldflam
August 28, 2008
Thinking of you and loving you
forever.....
Rise Goldflam
July 29, 2008
Miss you and think of you every day.
Ashley daughter
January 3, 2008
We carry you in our hearts each
day and live life knowing
how much we were loved and adored
by you.
rise goldflam
rise goldflam
October 27, 2007
Jeffrey was my fathers cousin, so my cousin as well. I met him at his father's funeral, my Uncle Bernie whom I knew and loved very much. I'm sure I met Jeffery when I was much younger but I can not recall. I do know Uncle Bernie was enourmously proud of him and his children. I have lost my father as well, not so violently or tragically; however he is gone. I believe that my dad(Marvin), Uncle Bernie, and Jeffrey have found each other amoung all the love ones we have all lost. That thought brings me peace I hope it does you as well.
Karen Johnson
October 2, 2007
Your family misses you and will
love you forever.
Rise Goldflam
September 11, 2007
It's hard to believe six years of my life have gone on and yours have not. Who would have believed dancing to "American Pie" this would have happened. My sincere wishes for the health and happiness of your family. Judy
September 11, 2007
Thinking of you always
Ashley
August 18, 2007
always thinking of you
forever in our hearts..
rise, josh, ash
rise goldflam
June 27, 2007
May Jeffry Rest In Peace
Sonny Davis
May 28, 2007
we miss you and forever love you
rise , ash, and josh
rise goldflam
May 26, 2007
Happy Birthday!!!
Doug Abraham
May 16, 2007
You will always be missed. I didn't know you the greatest, but what I did know of you I will always remember. God bless you and everything you did. God has a true angel with him.
Goldflam
March 18, 2007
not a day will pass without thinking
of you ... we miss you and forever
think of you.. you gave us the strength and wisdom to go on...
we adored you.
rise goldflam
January 28, 2007
forever in our hearts and thoughts
rise goldflam
November 10, 2006
We carry you in our hearts.
Not a day will pass without
thinking of you.
We miss you so very much.
We adored you.
Rise Goldflam
November 6, 2006
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.
Kristine
October 22, 2006
In memory....
P Tabbernor
September 12, 2006
always thinking of you
we miss you and will always
love you
rise goldflam
September 10, 2006
It will be my honor to read Jeffrey's name along with my husband's at the 5th memorial at Ground Zero. Your family will be in my prayers that day and always.
Patty Fallone
September 3, 2006
In my heart always, I love you.
Ashley
May 18, 2006
we carry you in our hearts.
think about you everyday.
will love you always
rise
.
rise goldflam
March 2, 2006
we adored you .. we miss you..
forever in our thoughts and hearts
Rise Goldflam
November 27, 2005
You are forever in our thoughts.
We love you and miss you.
Rise Goldflam
October 20, 2005
Always thinking of you.
I love you
Ashley
February 23, 2005
Jeff was my mothers cousin, and although we didn't see him very often and was older than I was, at his parents house he would always make time to spend with me. He was very kind and supportive and treated me as a little brother.
We lost contact in the years following my families move to Florida, but always sent a greeting through his Dad, my great-uncle Bernie.
I didn't find out about Jeff for a few weeks after 9/11. I hope he is at peace, and knows how much he is loved and missed. I am sorry I did not find this website sooner.
I miss you, cousin Jeff, but your kindness and the example you set will always be with me.
Neil Friedman
February 17, 2005
jeff, my love,
we adored you and admired all that
you achieved in your professional
career. most importantly, in your
personal life the most loving and
involved husband..
our children are your legacy in life
they have grown into loving, mature,
and responible adults. you would be
so proud of them.
we miss you terribly but get strength from the love and support that you gave us.
not a day will ever go by without
thinking about you. we try to remember
all our wonderful years together
and think about your everlasting
love.
we miss you and will always love
you. rise
rise goldflam
January 31, 2005
Jeff and I were best friends growing up in Green Acres. Jeff, Bob Oro and I would ride bikes all over the neighborhood and to our very special place- the lots (in between Flower Road and the Green Acres Shopping Center). We would then go back to his house and have lunch. Hamburgers, that I can still taste as if I were eating one today.

I just found this webiste and could not pass it up without making some small comment. In reading over all submissions it only makes me think how sad it is that we never kept in touch after High School. The true testimant of a mans life lies in his legacy. It seems as though Jeff has a strong one and I only hope that his memory goes on forever. It will in my heart.

My heart and prayers go out to his family and friends.

Doug Krampel
previously of 107 Forest Road
Valley Stream, NY
Doug Krampel
November 10, 2004
Ashley- I was so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. I remember your dad just a little as he was the younger brother of my elementary school friend, your Aunt Gwen. I lived around the corner from them and I was unaware of his passing on 9-11. I was friendly with Gwen and another girl from around the corner named Iris. I remember a sleepover birthday party Gwen had at her home where we all went on a scavenger hunt. Funny, the things you remember! Please know that your dad is not forgotten and you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. JoAnne Pollak
JoAnne Mendelson Pollak
September 11, 2004
It has been 3 years today that my dad was killed on 9/11. I came to this website hoping and wondering if people still thought to read and write about my dad. The last entry was 2 years ago. I wanted to write this to keep the spirit of my dad alive for whoever still may visit this website and actually read the postings. I love my dad and miss him so much.
Ashley Goldflam
April 3, 2004
When I was in college, Jeff gave me (and two other students) a ride home to New York City when I really needed one. He was really easygoing and friendly and helpful. I did not really know Jeff -- except for those five hours I spent with him on the way home to New York City. One thing immediately struck me about Jeff -- that he was a really sincere and caring individual. I got to know Jeff a little in those five hours riding home, and I could tell he was a really good guy. I never forgot the time I spent with him and a few other students going home that day. I would run into Jeff on campus and he always said hello. That was 29 years ago, but I never forgot that trip I took home with Jeff (at the wheel). We all had such a good time. We even stopped and had lunch at a restaurant -- as though we had all known each other for years. We all had such a good time joking around about college and life in general. It was the most enjoyable ride home I ever took. That's why I remember it. Jeff went out of his way to make everyone feel welcome. I was really saddened when I saw Jeff's picture (on April 2, 2004) on a WTC Memorial site. I thought that I did not know anyone who was in the Twin Towers on September 11th. I realize now that I was wrong about that. This makes September 11th even more haunting for me. A number of others wrote such good things about Jeff, but I wanted to write something here for Jeff as well. I hope his family is doing okay, but I do not think any of us are okay after Sept 11th. I hope that Jeff (in a religious way) made his way home as well.
Robert K
April 3, 2004
When I was in college, Jeff gave me (and two other students) a ride home to New York City when I really needed one. He was really easygoing and friendly and helpful. I did not really know Jeff -- except for those five hours I spent with him on the way home to New York City. One thing immediately struck me about Jeff -- that he was a really sincere and caring individual. I got to know Jeff a little in those five hours riding home, and I could tell he was a really good guy. I never forgot the time I spent with him and a few other students going home that day. I would run into Jeff on campus and he always said hello. That was 29 years ago, but I never forgot that trip I took home with Jeff (at the wheel). We all had such a good time. We even stopped and had lunch at a restaurant -- as though we had all known each other for years. We all had such a good time joking around about college and life in general. It wast the most enjoyable ride home I ever took. That's why I remember it. Jeff went out of his way to make everyone feel welcome. I was really saddened when I saw Jeff's picture (on April 2, 2004) on a WTC Memorial site. I thought that I did not know anyone who was in the Twin Towers on September 11th. I realize now that I was wrong about that. This makes September 11th even more haunting for me. A number of others wrote such good things about Jeff, but I wanted to write something here for Jeff as well. I hope his family is doing okay, but I do not think any of us are okay after Sept 11th. I hope that Jeff (in a religious way) made his way home as well.
Robert K
October 5, 2002
I worked for Jeff at The Falconwood Corp. Sadly, it was not until the one year anniversary of 9/11 that I learned of his passing. Simply, I always remember his good sense of humor and a smile on his face. I think that's a nice way to remember someone. I know that is how I will remember Jeff. God bless to all.
Bill Donnegan
September 9, 2002
Jeff and I met when I began working at The Falconwood Corporation in October, 1990. A few months later I became engaged to marry. As all of my co-workers ooohed and ahhhed over my ring and pictures of dresses and potential menus, Jeff told me not to get married. He didn't think this man was enough for me -- that I didn't realize my potenial -- that I was settling. He told me the story of how he sold his car to buy Rise her ring. And while I know now that he was trying to tell me about true love, I was furious. But Jeff and I were friends and we agreed to disagree.

Well, Jeff was right (as he was so often). The man was not enough. A little over two years after marrying, I filed for divorce. Jeff was my anchor and my greatest support while I went through the darkest time of my life. I was able to share with Jeff fears and angers and frustrations that I was not able to share with my family or any of my other friends. Jeff knew I needed him and always made time for me -- sometimes he'd talk, others times just listen.

When I told Jeff I was re-marrying in November, 2000, he was happy for me. He had good feelings about it, even though he hadn't met my fiance. Having grown up in Syosset, I guess Jeff figured this husband couldn't be too bad and at least I'd had the sense this time to marry a Long Islander!

My husband and I flew to Paris, one of Jeff's places, on May 26, 2001, his 48 birthday. We toasted him while somewhere over the Atlantic.

Jeff and I called but missed eachother throughout the whole summer. We finally spoke in late August. I told him about our wonderful trip to Paris and how we toasted him on his birthday. We talked about setting a lunch date and I told him I was off to Kiawah Island on September 8. Our lunch date would have to wait. I ended my conversation with my friend of nearly 11 years in a way I never had before. I said, "Be well, Jeffrey. I love you." I felt silly and dramatic having said such a thing, but now I am glad that those were the last words Jeff heard from me.

Rise, Ashley and Josh always take comfort from how much Jeff loved you. You truly were his world.

Please know that you all are in my thoughts and prayers and I do believe that Jeff is smiling down on us all.


Patricia (Corrigan) Johnston
July 16, 2002
When my mom was pregnant with me 21 years ago, she was lucky to meet Rise in the neighborhood park. Rise had a newborn baby named Josh and just like that, a new friendship was formed. Over the years, my parents became very close with Rise and Jeff. Jeff was a hard working man who was dedicated to his family.

While you were taken way too soon, you life, love and memory will live on with your beautiful and loving wife Rise and your two intelligent and mature children, Josh and Ashley. I am sure that you will be watching them always, and I know you would be very, very proud.

We love you very much,
Trudy, David, Melissa and Jason
Jason Savage
May 30, 2002
Jeff, you were a wonderful, kind, funny, intelligent man. You were taken much too soon. Your children had a wonderful role model and all their memories will keep you alive in their hearts and mind. Please rest in peace and smile down to the rest of us. We are still taking your advice from above. Vivian
Vivian Mehl
May 21, 2002
I go to school with his daughter. She is beautiful and i remember wanting to be like her when I was 11 years old, and she was two years older than me. When I knew for sure she wouldnt see her father again, I couldnt imagine. My heart goes out to Ashley and her family. God Bless.
April 9, 2002
To those that know Jeff,

I grew up with him in Green Acres, and have been a close friend of his throughout grade school and high school. His sister, Gwen, was my sister's age so we had a matrix of friends.

I remember once he called me, and said that he was doodeling on his deskpad, drawing a spaceship, but not knowing where to put the landing gear. That I think is funny.

We used to talk about electronics so much that I was inspired to go into computers.

From the third floor of South High, we could watch the towers of the Trade Center being built, finished upon our graduation. Small world.

My sincere heartfelt sympathies to his family and friends.

Gary Sorkin
Gary Sorkin
April 7, 2002
I had the priviledge of having worked with Jeff for 5 years at Thomson McKinnon.

Jeff was one of the smartest, best looking and funniest people there was.

May you rest in peace with the angels.

My deepest sympathies go out to your family.

Love you man.
Joseph Sciddurlo
March 12, 2002
Today is 3/11. For six months I have denied the possibility that Jeff was in his office when this tragic event happened. I have sent Jeff a thousand E mails since 9/11. Although he never opened any of them I kept sending them as I know somehow someway my thoughts would get to him. I have finally accepted the fact that I needed to know officially if Jeff survived. I could not call Rise as I just would not know where to start and how to end such a tragic terrible conversation. So today 6 months later I went to this sight and found my good friends name on the list. For me It is now official and I am as distraught today as I was on 9/11. Jeff was one of the simplest gentlest smartest funniest best looking guys I know. If you mmet Jeff and spent more then ten minutes with him you had to like him. There was just no mean bone in him. As far as I know Jeff never harmed a soul in his life and has only done good. Jeff and I started our professional lives together at PMM in New York. We helped each other become better professionals in the brokerage community. He moved on to Thompson and Cantor (with another commodity firm in the middle whos name I forget ) but we kept in touch as we both progressed professionally and as we began our families. I will never forget all the fun crazy times I had with Jeff. He was nothing but good and Billy Joel has sung it so many times and isnt so true how the good seem to die so young. It is not fair. I know its not fair to all 3000 people that lost their lives but Jeff was such a special person to me. Jeff was in the prime of his young life and he was taken from his family and friends by some creeps who dont deserve even a slight mention here. Rise if you are reading this my heart goes out to you and your kids. I am so sorry. Jeff was one of a kind and he will be dearly missed. In ending I just want to send Jeff a very simple message. I love you man.
Bob Seyferth
February 27, 2002
From Melbourne, Australia.Via Israel I learnt of the sad loss of Jeffrey. My family name was Goldflam and I feel a kinship with people of this name and want to identify and share the pain of loss with his loved ones. Although I did not know him, I feel drawn to the people he left behind. He has gone to a better world, may he rest in peace.

Mary (Miriam) Gluck, nee Goldflam.
February 11, 2002
I was deeply saddened to learn of Jeff's tragic passing. I worked with Jeff for 8 years at TMSI. He was the kindest and most generous boss I ever worked for. He was very proud of his family and he will be sorely missed.

You are all in my prayers. May he rest in peace.
Elaine (Phillips) Dempsey
February 6, 2002
Our family shares in the grief of
your sudden and tragic loss. Matthew and Joshua were deeply affected and pained for both Joshua and Ashley, having been friends and
growing up together for 15+years.

May G-d Bless Jeffrey's soul, and may the strength of your love for each other hold you together.

Know that our hearts and prayers are with you each and every day.

G-d Bless you all!

Mia and Jeffrey White
Michael, Matthew, Jordan and Joshua
Mia & Jeffrey White
February 2, 2002
Jeff and I grew up together in Green Acres, Valley Stream. He remained the best of friend's thru the years and even attended his wedding with his lovely and gracious wife, Rise.

I was deeply saddened by the tragic news I received after having watched the tragedy from my office.

To Rise and her children, my heartfelt sympathy.

I think of you every day that you are not here with your family and friends.

God Bless, Mark Coron
Mark Coron
January 26, 2002
DEAR GOD SHINE YOUR LIGHT ON THIS
BEAUTIFUL YOUNG MAN JEFFREY GRANT GOLDFLAM AND MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE WITH GOD AND HIS ANGELS.GOD BLESS HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS.GOD BLESS AMERICA AND MAY WE NEVER FORGET 9/11/01..AMEN
January 10, 2002
Jeff,
Even though our lives crossed when we were (much) younger, I was greatly saddened when I heard that you were taken from us so suddenly and so horribly. I wanted to let you know that you will always be in my thoughts and prayers.
Phil Fruh
December 31, 2001
For Jeff's family: I picked Jeff's name because I thought he was probably a younger person who more than likely had a surviving mother......I have a son 40 years old who means the world to me......I want to wear Jeff's name to help his mother in some very small way remember Jeff & the wonderful life he had...... God bless you Barb Littler
Barbara Littler
December 30, 2001
America Cries
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
Dixon, IL
Teresa Jahn
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