Jeffrey D. Bittner
Jeffrey D. Bittner, 27, of New York City, NY and Wethersfield, died Tuesday, (September 11, 2001) as a result of the tragic events in the World Trade Center. Born January 7, 1974, the son of Donald W. and the late Carol (Giordano) Bittner. He attended Corpus Christi School in Wethersfield. In 1992 he graduated from Kingswood-Oxford School in West Hartford, where he was awarded The Primus Medal for outstanding academic and community achievements. In 1996 he graduated with honors in Political Science from Middlebury College in Vermont. Jeff was employed by the investment banking firm Keefe, Bruyette and Woods as a research analyst. Jeff was involved with the New York City student sponsorship program where he was a youth mentor. He was a member of St. Ignatius Loyola Church. Jeffrey is survived by his father, Donald of Wethersfield; his twin sister, Pamela of Boston, MA; his brother, Michael of Wethersfield; his girlfriend, Laurie Healy of New York City, NY; and many friends and family. A memorial service will be held Saturday, October 13, 11 a.m., at the Church of Incarnation, 544 Prospect St., Wethersfield. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to The Jeffrey D. Bittner Memorial Foundation, c/o Sovereign Bank, 1221 Silas Deane Highway, Wethersfield, CT 06109.
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Published by Hartford Courant from Oct. 10 to Oct. 11, 2001.
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I pray today for Pam especially, and for all of Jeffrey's family and many friends. We will never forget. Much love from Texas,
Del Newberry
December 8, 2017
Saw your sons name today. Read about him as they announced the names. So sorry for your loss.
Edythe Richman
September 11, 2017
Jeff--After all these years, I still haven't fully accepted that you're gone and the way that you left us. I miss you and mourn for the full life you would have lived. Pam, thinking of you always.
Jessica Angell Moore
September 10, 2016
Hello. I live in Broomfield Colorado and shortly after 9/11 our city flew flags in a small field for each life lost on 9/11. We purchased the flag that was flown to honor Jeffrey D Bittner and we fly it proudly. It is flying today, this memorial day, and I think of him and his family each time we place the flag in our garden. Remembering him , as well as many others today.
I wish I could post a picture here to show you. He is remembered.
Kathy Johnston
May 30, 2016
I knew him thru my daughter. It has been 14 years but he is still remembered by those in Ct. Hope KO remembered.
September 11, 2015
RIP Jeff. To be absent from the body is to be present with The Lord. Prayers for your family and friends ones always.
Kaye H
September 11, 2014
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
no no
September 8, 2014
Anon Anon
September 8, 2014
Yesterday I went to the 9/11 Memorial for the first time. I walked up to the reflecting pool and looked down at the name engraved on the wall. It was Jeffrey Bittner, and as I have lived in Wethersfield all my life, I was totally astounded that his was the first name I saw. Prayers for your family.
Cindy Gworek
August 31, 2014

On September 11th 2013 when I was down in Washington DC for the 2 million bikers to DC we were all handed the name of someone that was killed on that tragic day. The first name I was handed was Jeffrey D Bittner. I googled his name and these are some articles that I came Up with. Although I never knew this man I feel honored to have carried his name on the back of my helmet. I would love for any of his friends or relatives to know that he was not forgotten and his name was on the back of my helmet.
Arnie Phelps
September 13, 2013
I walked a mile for you (mile #197) on 3/20/13 as a dedication to your life.
Barbara Boam
June 12, 2013

1st Thessalonians 4:16 ,

" THE DEAD IN CHRIST SHALL RISE "


pamela & michael , hope you are

doing well and the lords presence

is with you.

glen cook
Glen Cook
September 12, 2012
Kathryn (Bittner) Weidner
December 11, 2011
Thank you to your sister for having the strength to continue to share your life and story with the world. You would be proud.
Amy
September 8, 2011
To Jeffrey D. Bittner’s loved ones,
I want you to know that I say a prayer quite often for Jeffery. I was given his name by a teacher in my 9th grade P.E. class who passed out names of those who were lost that day. I was only 14 and it was so hard to understand but I put an American flag next to my bed with the slip of paper with his name on it and said a prayer for him and his loved ones hoping they would find peace every night until I left for college 4 years later. I didn’t personally know Jeffery but I still have that flag on my window sill at my parent’s house and will forever remember what a tragedy it was that he was lost that day along with so many others. I hope you have found a sense of peace and know that we still remember.
You are forever in my heart,
Michelle Vanderlaan
August 28, 2011
Although we are strangers to your family we want you to know that we think of Jeffery quite often. We purchased a flag that was flown in his honor at our local 9/11 memorial a few years ago in Broomfield Colorado. We fly our flag (his flag) and each time we do we say a special prayer for you. We are so sorry for your loss.
Kathy, Will, Nick and Nathan Johnston
Kathy Johnston
July 5, 2010
A day of reflection and remembering -- SO many fun memories of and with Bittner. I am so thankful for the blessing of having a friend like Jeff in my life for so many years and for the true friendship of Pammy both then and now. Love to Pam & Mike on this difficult day. xoxo Amanda
Amanda
September 11, 2009
It doesn't matter how much time elapses, i continue to be dumbstruck by how helpless this anniversary renders me. I started the day by reading a book Jeff gave me back in college - such a simple act, but wanted to honor him in some way. My thoughts are with Jeff's family - and i can assure you, we all still ache for our loss.
Weezie Henderson
September 11, 2009
I had a conference call this morning with KBW regarding an investment and half way through the call I could not concentrate, so I hung up. Jeff entered my thoughts and I was immediately transported back to Austraila with memories of Jeff’s wonderful disposition. He was a great person, friend and mentor. Eight years later, I still struggle to reconcile my sadness for the very good friends that were lost, but good memories of my good friends always helps. So, today, I will think of Jeff, with his big smile standing on a rock on Kangaroo Island.
Frank Lombardi
September 11, 2009
Pam, Mike, & Marcella,

Living next door to you, not a day goes by we do not think of the terrible loss and the void Jeff has left in so many lives. We miss him very much, as we do your mother and father, and wish you much comfort from all the beautiful memories that you are left with.
With love and friendship,
The Lagana Family
Melissa Rodriguez
September 11, 2008
As a father of twin boys, I am always reminded of how close Jeffrey and Laura were growing up. I look at my own children and hope they will be as close as Jeffrey was with his sister.
Jeff Skolnick KO'91
Jeff Skolnick
September 11, 2008
Nature

As a fond mother, when the day is o'er,
Leads by the hand her little child to bed,
Half willing, half reluctant to be led,
And leave his broken playthings on the floor,
Still gazing at them through the open door,
Nor wholly reassured and comforted
By promises of others in their stead,
Which, though more splendid, may not please him more;
So Nature deals with us, and takes away
Our playthings one by one, and by the hand
Leads us to rest so gently, that we go
Scarce knowing if we wish to go or stay,
Being too full of sleep to understand
How far the unknown transcends the what we know.

By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The Poetry Foundation

Doug Abraham
April 15, 2008
I was just able to visit Ground Zero this past weekend for the first time and pay tribute to Jeffrey. Every September 11th (and anytime someone mentions that tragic day) my thoughts are of Jeffrey and I send a silent prayer for our entire family, especially Pam and Michael. God bless.
Laura Bittner
September 11, 2007
Dear Bittner Family,
My heart and thoughts are with your family every Sept. 11. I grew up around the corner at 516 Highland St. in Wethersfield. I was devastated when Sept. 11 occurred and Jeff and so many other wonderful people were lost. My company (Morgan Stanley) at the time had their headquarters in the WTC and I worked at WTC in 1995.
Please know that neighbors and friends in Wethersfield will not forget you and continue to have you and your family in their thoughts and prayers.
Jeffrey Haines
September 10, 2007
I did not know Jeff, but having the exact name, and being very close to the same age, all of my prayers go out to your family. God bless you all, from myself, as well as my own family.
Jeffrey Bittner
July 12, 2007
I recently moved and while unpacking I found photographs of Michael D'Agostino and (I believe) Jeff. There are two photos, and I would like to return them to either Michael, who left them with me years ago, or Jeff's sister, who I met at Jeff's memorial. If either want these pictures please send a note to Margaret Peres - 215 east 96th - apt 9N - NY - Ny - 10028. I remember how much Jeff meant to all of you, though I only knew him for 30 seconds. Michael, I found these pictures tucked away in one of your books. I know you mourned Jeff deeply.
Margaret Peres
May 30, 2007
I went to school with Jeff for a short time at Corpus Christie and then again at Silas Deane Middle School. I was so saddened to hear about Jeff and have thought of him and your family often over the years since September 11th. Please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers each night. God Bless!
Michele Parsons (Sapere)
March 26, 2007
Fletch and I wish that Elizabeth could meet you - I know she would absolutely love you. Your Middlebury friends still miss you every day...xo
Amanda Fletcher
March 15, 2007
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 24, 2006
Jeff,

My thoughts are with you...your kindness and love touched many and you will always be remembered.

Laurie--thoughts and prayers are with you always.

Middlebury friend from class of '95
Britt Miglietta
September 11, 2006
Jeff, You're still always on my mind. Miss you.
Jessica A. Moore
September 11, 2006
In memory....
P Tabbernor
August 24, 2006
WELL IT'S BEEN 4 YEARS JEFF I MISS YOUR PRESENCE JUST AS MUCH AS 4 YEARS AGO THAT WILL ALWAYS BE.I JUST GOT BACK FROM NYC.IT WAS VERY NICE TO SEE SO MANY PEOPLE ATTEND TO HONOR YOURS & THE MEMORY OF ALL THE VICTIMS THERE & THE VICTIMS FROM WASHINGTON & PENNSYLVANIA.R.I.P GOD BLESS
FRANK GOTLIBOWSKI
September 12, 2005
Bittner:

Not a day goes by when I don't think of you and miss you. Life will never be the same without you, my friend. I am a lucky girl to have had you in my life, and I know without a doubt that I am a different and better person for having known you. Thank you for always taking care of me and for being my friend, JDB. I will miss & love you always. xoxo me
Amanda
May 26, 2005
I just returned from the wtc memorial yesterday . It was very important to me to be there for jeff and all the victims of 9/11. Their memories are present in my heart and mind as strong as they were 3 years ago.I WILL NEVER FORGET!!! IF YOUR READING THIS I HOPE YOU DON'T EITHER. GOD BLESS
FRANK GOTLIBOWSKI
September 13, 2004
There is not a day that I don't think about you. Not a day that I don't wish you were here. A friend like you comes around maybe once in a lifetime. I try to just feel lucky that I got to be your friend...and know that I will carry your memory with me always.
Love you kid.
Michael D'Agostino
September 13, 2004
This message is sent to Michael, Pamela, and to the Bittner family. I would like to express my most heartfelt sympathy for the loss of Jeffrey 3 yrs ago today. Sometimes the days do not get easier and the pain doesnt subside, but know in your hearts that Jeffrey is in peace and that he can rest. I was so heartbroken to hear the news of Donald. I am so sorry. Please know that your family is in my prayers.
Love Carolyn
Carolyn Cocola
September 11, 2004
Although, I did not know Jeff well at K-O he was a very true friend to my younger sister and for that I will always be thankful. Pam, I hope you know that you and your family are in my thoughts today and always.
Tammi Levinson Venzie
September 11, 2003
We miss you, JB.
Jess Angell
September 11, 2003
I was a year behind Jeff at Middlebury, tried out for the lacrosse team with him and knew him well enough to say a quick hello and maybe a few words in passing. And even though I was not lucky enough to have spent a great deal of time with him, a few minutes was all it took to know that Jeff was a genuinely great guy. The loss of Jeff is a terrible loss for those who new him and for those who were cheated of the opportunity to have their lives enriched by him. On this the 2nd anniversary of the September 11th tragedy my thoughts go out to Jeff's family and friends. Jeff, you will be missed.
Brian Hubbard
September 11, 2003
I had the privilege of getting to know Jeff when we studied together at Oxford University in the Fall of 1994. Even in those four short months, I became aware of what an amazing and caring person he was. I can only imagine the immense sense of loss Pamela and his family must have felt, and continue to feel, at the loss of such an incredible person. I hope that you take comfort in the fact that he touched many lives and all of those who were fortunate enough to know Jeff are thankful for that opportunity and are thinking of you and your entire family.
Jim Furr
September 11, 2003
To the Bittner Family,
You all continue to be in my thoughts and prayers. We will never forget, and today especially we have heavy hearts.
Jill (Socha) Martindale
September 11, 2003
THIS IS A PICTURE OF ME HOLDING JEFF'S FLAG AS EXPLAINED IN MY PREVIOUS ENTRY ONTO THIS PAGE IT WAS TAKEN AT A MEMORIAL IN SEPTEMBER OF 2001
FRANK GOTLIBOWSKI
September 2, 2003
I never met Jeffrey Bittner, yet I do know him because he lives on through many, but most especially through my love, and his best friend, Michael D'Agostino. While I know that Michael may not ever be the same without him, I also know that Michael would not be who he is today had he never known Jeffrey. They were by each other's sides as the best of friends through their formative years. Without even knowing it, Michael keeps Jeffrey's memory and heart alive, for he holds Jeffrey in his own heart and every heart he touches, Jeffrey also touches. Because of this, although I never met Jeffrey personally, he has a place forever in my heart.
Lindsay Rubin
June 20, 2003
Dear Bittner Family,
I went to school at Corpus Christi. I was 2 years older than Pam and Jeff. I didnt know you well, But to learn that Jeff was one of the 9/11 victims, shattered me. To learn that someone whose life had crossed mine, was devastating. My prayers and thoughts will be with you always. Let us never forget.

Kimbely Oryell-Sundquist
September 16, 2002
IN 1994 I TOOK ON A LANDSCAPING JOB IN WETHERSFIELD,CT.THAT SUMMER I MET JEFF BITTNER ,HE WAS WORKING WITH US THROUGH THE SUMMER.JEFF AND I SEEMED TO GET ALONG PRETTY GOOD,HE TOOK HIS JOB VERY SERIOUSLY AND THRIVED ON EXCELLENCE IN HIS PERFORMANCE,WHICH I MODELED MYSELF AFTER.HE CONTINUED TO WORK WITH US FOR A COUPLE MORE SUMMERS AFTER THAT,AND WHEN JEFF AND MYSELF WORKED TOGETHER WE WOULD STRIVE TO OUT DO OUR COMPETITION.SOMETIME AFTER THAT I ASSUME HE MOVED ON TO NEW YORK TO WORK AT THE WORLD TRADE CENTER.WHEN I HEARD ABOUT THE WTC ATTACKS, IT DEEPLY AFFECTED ME,BUT IT WASN'T UNTIL A COUPLE DAYS LATER WHEN ANOTHER FORMER CO-WORKER OF JEFF AND MYSELF,ERIC LAVERY CALLED TO TELL ME THAT JEFF WAS WORKING AT THE WTC.THEN IT REALLY HIT HARD,I COULDN'T BELIEVE WHAT I WAS HEARING ,I HAD SO MANY DIFFERENT EMOTIOINS THAT I WAS EXPERIENCING ALL AT ONCE,DISBELIEF,SADDNESS,ANGER & DISSAPOINTMENT.I WAS DISSAPOINTED BECAUSE I WANTED TO DO SOMETHING TO HELP OUT VICTIMS OF THE ATTACKS,ESPECIALLY JEFF.I WANTED TO DROP EVERYTHING AND GO TO NEW YORK TO HELP SOMEHOW,BUT I FELT I COULDN'T JUST LEAVE EVERYTHING.ALTHOUGH I HAD MADE DONATIONS IT DIDN'T SEEM LIKE ENOUGH.I HAVE ALWAYS HAD A LOVE IN MY HEART FOR THIS COUNTRY,BUT MY HEART HURT,A LOT! A LOT FOR ALL THE VICTIMS OF THESE ATTACKS,BUT ESPECIALLY FOR JEFF.SO I MANAGED TO FIND A FLAG WHICH WERE HARD TO COME BY AT THE TIME AND WROTE JEFF BITTNER'S NAME ON IT AND HELD IT PROUDLY AT EVERY VIGIL THAT I ATTENDED.THIS SEEM TO GIVE ME A BIT OF COMFORT,ALTHOUGH I WOULD TRADE ANYTHING TO ERASE THIS TRAGEDY.I HAVE CONTINUED TO HOLD JEFF'S FLAG PROUDLY AT VIGILS THIS YEAR AND WILL CONTINUE TO DO SO FOR AS LONG AS THERE IS AIR IN MY LUNGS.JEFF'S FAMILY AND ALL THE FAMILIES AND VICTIMS ARE ALWAYS IN MY HEART AND MY PRAYERS.JEFF WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY HEART,I MISS YOU,GOD BLESS YOU.

THANK YOU

FRANK GOTLIBOWSKI
ROCKY HILL,CT.
FRANK GOTLIBOWSKI
September 15, 2002
To the greatest friend I will ever have: From our days in high school to the last morning you left the apartment we shared on 70th Street, it is not enough to say that I am a better person for having known you...because I really don't know what kind of person I would be had I not. The goodness you imparted strives within me, and I will forever ask myself, when faced with tough decisions, "What would Jeffrey say?" And in the words of Chritopher Robin, to his best friend, Pooh...I'll never not remember you...not ever. I love you, Kid.
Michael D'Agostino
September 12, 2002
I would like to offer my sincere condolences to the Bittner Family including Oscar Luongo. I was so sorry to see Jeffrey's name among the victims. My prayers are with you and your family.
Jennie Russo-Ondras
September 12, 2002
I am a friend of a good friend of Bittner's. While I only met Jeff a few times, I have heard so much about him in the 6 years since he left Middlebury, and I was always so happy to hear how well he was doing. My memories of him are that he was one of the nicest people I could have hoped to come across. Although I barely knew him, he treated me, and all those around him like instant friends. I truly hope that his family will take comfort in the many lives he has touched and brightened. He led his live with zeal and love, and to have accomplished that at only 27 is a feat that not many have accomplished. My thoughts and prayers are with Pam and his loved ones forever.

September 11, 2002
I would like to start off by saying that I am praying for the Bittner family and friends along with the other victims of the September 11 attacks. I never knew Mr. Jeffrey Bittner, but from what I have read i wish I had met him. Today in school we wore braclets, that had a name of those who were not as fortunate in the September 11 attacks. I chose Jeffrey Bittner. I wore that braclet today not only in school, but also to work and now I am home and I am still wearing it. I will keep this braclet as a remeberance of not only Jeffrey, but for all of those who were less fortunate. I still don't understand why all of these innocent lives were taken away, but I started writing poems and journals to express my feelings. I worte one specifically for Jeffrey, but I sealed it in an envolope that I will open in possibly 10-20years on the anniversary of September 11. I would like to take a moment of silence right now and pray ............................. May you all find the strength and comfort in continuing on being survivors after all the pain you have been put through. May God Bless You & God Bless America!!! United We Stand!!!
Shahenaz
September 11, 2002
As a college friend of Jeff's - I wanted to reach out to those who knew and loved him to express my continued sadness about our loss. My heart goes out to Pam, Michael and Mr. Bittner. I hope that in some way knowing how very special he was to so many people - you are confident that he will live on as a part of all of us.
Weezie Edsell
September 11, 2002
I went to high school with Jeffery. Although I didn't know him that well, he still left an indelible print on me and many others. K-O is fortunate to have known a person like Jeff. I can't tell you how sorry I am for your loss. Keep smiling Pammy B!
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Katherine Zazzaro
September 11, 2002
God Bless the family of Jeffrey Bittner. In remembrance of Jeffrey Bittner today I wear his picture. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Darren French
September 11, 2002
On behalf of our family who knew Jeffrey at Kingswood-Oxford School (Kristina, Class of '95), we send our prayers and support to his family on this day of remembrance. God bless.
Karin, Bill & Kristina Stahl
September 11, 2002
My thoughts go out to the loved ones who Jeff left behind on this 1 year anniversary.
Susan (LaRosa) Morison
September 11, 2002
A year has passed by, yet the memory of all of our heroes will never fade. Looking at the innocent eyes of every victim/hero shadders my heart. May God bless all of the suffering families out there...God Bless the USA...
Mireille Tanachian
September 11, 2002
I cannot believe a year has passed since the horrific day you called to tell me what was unfolding. Not a day passes that I don't think of you my brother. We love and miss you terribly. You shall live in our hearts memories forever. Until we met again I know you are looking down upon us. Love Michael
Michael C. Bittner
September 8, 2002
On behalf of my family I would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to everybody who has been so kind,giving and caring to us this past year. Your kindness has overwhelmed us to which no words can express our gratitude. To all I wish you godspeed.
Michael C. Bittner
September 8, 2002
Jeff was in the fifth grade at Corpus Christi when my son, Michael, started kindergarten. The bus is probably the toughest challenge for most kindergartners. Jeff befriended MJ on the school bus, at the risk of not appearing "cool" to his peers, and was a kind mentor to him for the next four years.
Jeff and Pam were terrific role models for the younger kids in our neigborhood. Michael has since graduated from Holy Cross and is a Jesuit in Boston. His prayers and ours will always be with you!
Mary-Ellen Rogers
September 7, 2002
I got to know Jeff through his work with our bank in Minneapolis. I thought very highly of Jeff as a person and I know he did great work for Keefe. My sympathies to his family.
Tom Freed
April 15, 2002
Donald, Michael and Pamela
My most heartfelt sympathy goes out to you and your family. Jeffrey Bittner sounded like a guy that everyone wanted to know and love. May he rest in eternal peace and may god shine his light of love upon you. Carolyn
Carolyn Cocola
April 9, 2002
My mother and Jeffrey's mother, Carol, were close friends from childhood. When I was in high school I remember babysitting for Jeffrey and his twin sister Pamela when they were young. I remember how happy they both were and how they especially liked my juggling for them. I was saddened to learn of Jeffrey's death and I'd like to extend my heartfelt sympathies to his family, especially his twin sister, Pamela.
Jamie McNally
February 12, 2002
I was devastated to see Jeffrey's name among the list of victims, and yet it did not surprise me that September 11th found him with such a prestigious job in such a world-renown place. As a student in my class so many years ago he showed such promise and evidently had made good on it. Certainly he was intelligent and good-looking, but also compassionate, sincere, inquisitive, and fun. Words cannot express the anguish felt for our loss, so suddenly and so completely, of such a remarkable person. May God bless us all as surely He did Jeffrey on that day.
Bethann Kern Sihvonen
January 17, 2002
Last night, I read the Middlebury College magazine and was moved to tears by the account of this young man who graduated from Midd. 20 years after I did and whom I never had the privilege to meet. Jeff's girlfriend's sister wrote the moving account. Jeff reminds me of just two friends I've known who, like Jeff, were spectacularly decent, kind, generous and loving men. My heart cries for those who knew him best and will always hold him in their hearts. May time help you heal and take your sorrow away and leave you with the glowing memory of his love.
Jim Spink
January 17, 2002
We thank Jeffrey for not only being a big brother to Pamela but also for dedicating his time in children's lives in the big brother program. Acts of kindness such as that speak volumes for Jeffrey's heart. We are very sorry for your loss of Jeffrey. May his kind heart, his life and love live on in those who love him. Our hearts cry with you.
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
January 8, 2002
My deepest sympathy goes to the Bittner family. I knew Jeff and his sister Pam during our high school years at Kingswood-Oxford in CT. Jeff was a great student and athlete and very friendly to everyone in our class. He will be missed by the KO class of 1992.
David Brennan
December 14, 2001
GOD BLESS YOU JEFFREY D.BITTNER AND
MAY YOU REST IN PEACE.GOD BLESS YOUR
FAMILY AND FRIENDS.GOD BLESS AMERICA
AND MAY WE NEVER FORGET 9/11/01
IRENE
December 7, 2001
I was lucky enough to go to college with Bittner at Middlebury - he was a great friend - the best: loyal, smart, supportive, fun, sincere. He was our rock - all of us. We will miss him forever.
Amanda Gordon
November 15, 2001
I had the priveledge of being introduced to Jeff through Amanda Gordon, a close Middlebury friend, and spent about a month hangin out with Jeff and some of his friends several years ago. He truely was one of the nicest guys, and such a genuine and gentle individual. My thoughts and prayers to the family and his closest friends. The loss is unspeakable.
Lindsay Cain
November 2, 2001
I went to Corpus Christi with Jeff and Pam. We all knew way back then what a success he would be! I was horrified to hear that he was lost in the September 11th attacks. My heart goes out to the Bittners and to Pam.

Susan LaRosa
October 17, 2001
From the time we were children Jeffrey was always predestined for greatness. Now he will be able to fulfill his destiny beside his mother. My thoughts and prayers are with the Bittner family always.
Jennifer Campanello
October 15, 2001
To the Bittner Family & Pam, My heartfelt sympathies for your tragic loss. I have wonderful memories of our years together at Corpus Christi School. May you take comfort in the fact that he is with the Lord.
Susan Marcello-Stamm
October 12, 2001
Jeffrey sounds like an amazing young man. You must feel very proud. Please know that our prayers are with you, always.
leslie miller
October 12, 2001
My deepest sympathy to the Bittner Family upon the loss of Jeffrey. My prayers are with you. I graduated from St. Augustine School with Carol, as well as Mt. St. Joseph Academy and Bay Path College.
Mary Murray
October 11, 2001
Mary Daly
October 11, 2001
Lets remember all the good things Jeff brought to his family and friends. And that we can all not forget or take for granted what we have while were here
Siun Griffin
October 10, 2001
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