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Yeneneh Betru

Burbank, California

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Yeneneh Betru, 35, of Burbank, California, director of medical affairs with IPC.

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20 years have passes since our brother passed away so senselessly. He was the older brother of one of my closest friends, Aron. He was 10 years older then I but just a year prior we took a trip to Brazil for Carnaval 2000. We had a genuine blast. I’ll always remember him that way, joking and having fun. We are remembering you today and wishing we could have gotten to know you better over the last 20 years. Rest In Peace, brother.

I wonder what positive changes he could have brought to this world.

Thinking and praying for you always!!!

Sorry you died on board Flight 77. You deserved a longer life.

I worked with Yen at IPC, he was helpful and very nice. Before he left to take that trip he said I'm going to bring a book back to help you. We still miss you Yen. RIP

Yeneneh,
Although, sadly, I never got the opportunity to meet you, I'd like to thank you. You introduced my parents to each other at Loyola Marymount. They've been married for 28 years now and have two kids; me (a freshman in high school) and my sister (a sophomore at the US Naval Academy). You greatly impacted my life, and without you, I wouldn't be here. You were an amazing man, Yeneneh. Rest easy

Remembering Yen - gentle, kind soul. Remembering waiting for you today at work as you traveled back from Washington DC.

I worked for IPC with Dr Betru through the insurance/billing department. After all this time and all these years, there is never a day that I don't forget what happened as if it were yesterday. I remember your smile and your laugher. I remember when you would always seem to sneak on the elevator with everyone on Friday night as we were going home for the weekend and you would push all of the buttons so the elevator would stop on every floor and how everyone would groan because we wanted out...

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