Aon-Book of Remembrance-Obituary

Aon Book of Remembrance

Obituary

The Aon Book of Remembrance was set up as a way to express general condolences for all the victims of the events of September 11, 2001. Please leave your thoughts, memories and condolences in the General Guest Book.

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In loving memory of wonderful people lost on that day. My Condolences to the families and friends here. Alow me to express, that we will love Mr. Robert J Gschaar forever and we all miss him. We also love everyone here and whom were taken and now angles of the heavens. Blessing

Remembering you always. God Bless

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

We will never forget.

I was attending service at Congregation Dor Tamid, Johns Creek, GA and made a presentation to the service. After which I mentioned 19 Aon Consulting colleagues lost and when the rabbi asked for any other names - Terri, behind me - mentioned Howard Kestenbaum! Small world indeed.

To the families of Sheila Barnes, Howard Kestenbaum, VJ, Steve Lawn, and Mary Weiman they are remembered today and always.

Doesnt seem like 17 years ago that I sat and watched the terrible tragedy unfold which costs the lives of my American Aon colleagues xx

9/11 A day I will never forget

Rest in peace all the people who died in that terrible day, nowadays that I am part of Aons family, it is difficult to assimilate a day like that.