Alexey-Razuvaev-Obituary

Alexey Razuvaev

New York, New York

About

LOCATION
New York, New York

Obituary

Send Flowers

Laughing Over Broken Glass
Alexey Razuvaev left Russia and came to the United States in 1994 ‹ just about the same time, as it happened, as Natalia Loginova. They knew each other casually, though mutual friends. But it was not until the end of 1997, when he and Ms. Loginova, the mother of two girls, got together.

"I was working in a laundromat and he was there fixing a computer program, and he was always asking me so many questions," she recalled. "I said, 'Why do you ask so much?' and he said, 'Because I want to marry you.' I said I would never marry him. But he said, 'I love you and I love your children, and maybe I won't have any other chance here to love someone.' "

They married the next year, on Valentine's Day, and Mr. Razuvaev, 40, went on to work at Euro Brokers in the World Trade Center.

Their romance never faded, his wife said.

"He always made us laugh," she said. "One night, he brought me flowers, but I dropped the vase and it broke. He started picking up the pieces, while I was still saying, 'Oh no!' When a friend called, he said, 'My wife is in a very bad mood, she threw things at me, and I am picking up the glass," and we all began laughing, so it was a joke, and not sad."

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

, . RIP

Alex you are always in my hart!

As I 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.

In remembrance....

Alex, we will never forget you...

May God Bless you and keep you forever more. Rest in peace..........

DEAR GOD SHINE YOUR LIGHT ON THIS WONDERFUL MAN...ALEXEY RUZUVAEV AND MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE WITH GOD AND HIS ANGELS...GOD BLESS HIS WIFE..LOVING FAMILY AND MANY FRIENDS..STAY CLOSE..PRAY...AND NEVER FORGET 9/11/01..GOD BLESS AMERICA..NEW YORK AND THE GOOD PEOPLE WHO LEFT RUSSIA..MAY JESUS AND HIS SAINTS GREET YOU AT THE GATES OF HEAVEN...AMEN

For a more in-depth memorial tribute for Alexey and his EBI colleagues lost on 9/11, please also visit:

http://wtc.technologyshoppe.com/

Thank you.

My heartfelt condolances go out to Alexeys wife and family. He was a humble, hard working person who only wanted a better life for himself and his family. It is a shame that such innocence paid such a price and I will never forget him.