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Michael Gogliormella

New Providence, New Jersey

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Michael Gogliormella, 43, of New Providence, New Jersey, an employee of Cantor Fitzgerald.

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Thinking of you today as usual. You are in my prayers ❤ RRosie

Michael,
Every September 11, 2001, I am reminded by the loss of your life, and the loss of your kindness by all those people who loved you, or admired you for your integrity and friendship. May God protect and cherish your family. Your remind forever in my memory,

This is Gillian,
I just found out about this book... Wow! I can't believe I have been given the chance to write something in this special place. Finding out about this made me really realize how much I miss Mickey, even though I only knew him for a couple months. Everyday, at home, we see a dove sitting in the same place on our deck. We think that that might be a sign from him. We also noticed (a year ago or so) that a cardinal was knocking on our glass window almost everyday. Again, we...

Hi Dad... so I came across this website and thought I would leave you a message if you are looking down on me. I might not remember all of our memories but I sure remember that you were so kind and brave. I hope you know that I will miss you forever and I will never forget your kind soul.
Live your daughter... Gillian

I wanted to extend my deepest sympathy the Michael’s family. I have not forgotten that terrible day, nor have thousands of Americans. I am unsure how this message will be taken, but I hope that Michael’s family will understand the impact that has been made.

My name is Laura. I am 20 years old and I am a junior at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tn. On September 11th of this year the entire university gathered together in a special memorial service to remember the men and women...

I Wish I'd Known You Better, Michael G.
--Steve Malley @ 2011


It's ten years, though it could be a day.
I wish there was something I could do to keep you all from harm.
See I left, after the first bomb, I moved away.
It strange how time flows that way.


Though I didn't know you well,
that brilliant smile across the floor,
I knew the kindness you shared with all,
I just wish I'd known you better, Michael G.
...

I didn't know Michael, but first met his wife about 20 years ago. I suspect he was as great a person as she is, which is why they got together. I survived the attack on the World Trade Center, as I was able evacuate in time and wish he had been able to do so too. I wish him and all who knew him peace.

Lots of love and good thoughts...Melody

You were my brother's friend...a very good friend.