Mukul Agarwala
'Here's Lookin' at You, Kid'
After he folded an Internet company in San Diego last spring, Mukul K. Agarwala moved back east to be near his parents in Kendall Park, N.J., because they were in failing health. His sense of family extended to his friends' children, too. "He would call every month to ask for a new photo of our daughter, Riya," said Neeraj Mital, a friend since college.

Mr. Agarwala's widow, Rhea Stone, said that his sense of concern went even further. Not long after they met in Hong Kong in 1993, she said, he saw a newspaper article about a mistreated domestic worker who, like Mr. Agarwala's parents, had come from India. He went to the Indian diplomatic mission and paid her fare back home.

Ms. Stone said her husband's enthusiasms ranged from snowboarding to reading history to old movies. She could not remember how many times they had watched "Casablanca." On Sept. 11, Mr. Agarwala, 37, was in his second day as a research analyst on software for Fiduciary Trust.
Published by Newsday on Oct. 11, 2001.
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Honoring Mukul on the 20th Anniversary of 9/11,
“In your life you touched so many, in your death many lives were changed” – Melinda Jones
“If we learn nothing else from this tragedy, we learn that life is short and there is no time for hate.”
—Sandy Dahl, wife of Flight 93 pilot Jason Dahl, in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, in 2002
September 11, 2021
The twenty years have passed in the blink of an eye.

I will always remember your smile and joyful spirit as well as all the fun we all shared in Evanston.

Your kind and generous soul shines as a beacon of light in this world through those whose lives you touched and enriched.

Missing you, dear friend.
Susan Bouvier
September 11, 2021
Hello Again Mukul:
Remembering you on this day as I have everyday since 9/11/2001. I remember our last call in that mayhem before you said good-bye on the phone ; it broke my heart. The tree I planted for you shortly thereafter has grown tall. My young children planted a tree for “Uncle” Mukul.

It has been 20 years but I still remember our conversations at TIE and your career and life goals at other times. I felt sadness when you left San Diego to return to New Jersey and remember the farewell breakfast at Pannikins in La Jolla, CA. An electricity was felt by me as we shook hands at that moment to say farewell and wish you a good trip back to New Jersey.

I have lost touch with the friends and family but I am sure they all equally remember you in their special way. Love to all.

Words cannot express my emotions and sadness; then and now

May God always bless you. ✝❤
Om Shanti, Shanti,Shanti

Henry Roy
September 11, 2021
Still missing you after 20 years old friend : Peace.
Darryl Tang
September 4, 2021
I am so sad. It will be almost 20 years and it feels like yesterday.
Miss you and someday we will meet again in divinity.

I want to come to NYC on September 11 but due to Covid, it is very difficult to travel.

Does anyone know or family members, if there will be an on-line memorial for Mulul?
Henry Roy
September 3, 2021
Bright, charismatic, caring, still feeling so sad at the loss of my former student. Phyllis Novick
September 2, 2021
Remembering Mukul on the 20th anniversary of 9/11....
Cindy Roe
August 30, 2021
Praying for your soul Mukul, I did not know you personally, but your story touched my heart and brought tears to my eyes. God Bless You.
Neha Arora
April 15, 2021
Once again, it is a beautiful late summer day, and I think of you and smile, my friend.
Susan Bouvier
September 11, 2020
Mukul, I listened for and heard your name today during the 9/11 memorial- remembering you and family in prayer- Rest easy-
September 11, 2020
Always in my thoughts: remembering and saying a prayer for you on this day my friend. Mukul, you are missed.
Darryl Tang
September 11, 2020
Thinking of you today, Mukul.

I'm remembering the fun we had in Evanston when you were Gene's roommate.

Today is a gorgeous late summer day, and I'm remembering a similar day in 1985, riding in your red VW on a grocery run, driving along Ridge Avenue, laughing and enjoying life.

You are greatly missed.
Susan Bouvier
September 11, 2019
He seemed like he was very charismatic and was loved by many people. I didn't know him but I wish I did. Rest in peace Mukul.
Corbin DeSoto
September 11, 2019
Never forget: always in my prayers. Remembering you old friend on this day Sept 11. Blessings.
Darryl Tang
September 11, 2019
Mukul, I continue to pray for you. While visiting 9/11 memorial earlier this year I found your name. Rest in peace.
September 11, 2019
I remember you from high school. You were always laughing and smiling. We met in Mr Johnsons biology class.Your laugh and smile are forever in my heart! You always had an air of joy about you. God bless you, my friend, and your family.....
Js P
March 31, 2019
We are thinking of your family and sending our sincere condolences. With each new day may God give the needed help to cope. Mukul will be sadly missed and never forgotten.
The Kindred Family
October 29, 2018
My dear bright, charismatic student- my love to his widow. Phyllis Novick
September 12, 2018
Thinking of you today, my friend...
Susan Bouvier
September 11, 2018
Remembering you in prayer
September 11, 2018
Always remembering you Old Friend: miss you. Blessings.
Darryl Tang
September 11, 2018
Continued prayers for Mukul and all those that mourn you....
September 11, 2017
Missing you...
Susan Bouvier
September 11, 2017
Mukul My Friend,

You will always be remembered for your kindness. Miss you.
Darryl Tang
September 11, 2017
Rest in Peace Mukul, God Bless your family and friends.
Louise Scalzo
March 30, 2017
Mukul My Friend,

In remembrance of you....always.
Darryl Tang
September 11, 2016

15 years later...

You are missed, Sweet Soul.

Forever your friend,
Susan Bouvier
September 10, 2016
In remembrance of the tragic events 15 years ago, my parish is having a memorial Mass with candles for each life lost that day. Each soul was given a prayer card, I had the luck to receive yours. I have been praying for both you and all those that morn you. The lives that you touched and the positive impact that you had on others is apparent in the prior posts. Without me ever meeting you, I too feel I have been changed by your brief live here on earth. Rest in peace.
September 8, 2016
Remembering you always for your kindness dear friend.
Darryl Tang
September 12, 2015
Missing you, dearest friend.

With love,
Susan Bouvier
September 11, 2015
My heart goes out to the Agarwala family. I lived next door to them in Kendall Park for 15 years and watched the 4 brothers grow up. They are a warm, wonderful family and I remember them fondly. May Mike's soul rest in peace and may his family have the strength to live without him.
Marie Logothetis
March 19, 2015
Dear Mukul,
I always think of you. September 12 is the day when I finally came to accept the reality and for some unkwown reason , the light dimmed in my study.;As if you were saying good bye to me. I remember our last farewell at Pannikins in La Jolla and our last phone conversation on the morning of September 11.

You are a true hero and sadly missed. The tree that I planted in front of the house in your honor, is tall, green and beautiful.

Take care and may God Always bless your soul.

Henry Roy
September 12, 2014
Cannot believe that it was 30 years ago that I met you in Evanston. It seems like just yesterday. We were all so young and were going to do great things.

You are missed, dear friend.

Susan Bouvier
September 11, 2014
Always in my thoughts Mukul. Always, my kind friend. Peace.
Darryl Tang
September 11, 2014
You are always in my heart!

Your kindness lives on in the people whose lives you touched.

Your forever friend,
Susan Bouvier
September 11, 2013
To the family and friends of Mukul Agarwala:
Mukul will be held in the hearts of Americans forever. I cannot and will not allow those we lost on 9/11 be forgotten. My deepest sympathy to you.
Peggy Childers
September 11, 2013
Mukul, my bright,sweet 5th grade student. Much sought after as a friend, class president. The world has lost a wonderful person. Mrs. Phyllis Novick."
September 12, 2012
Hi Mukul,

Thinking of your sweet smile today...

Your forever friend,
Susan Bouvier
September 11, 2012
Barbara Boam & Kim Rogers walked a mile for you (mile #24) on 9/27/11 as a dedication to your life.
Barbara Boam
September 27, 2011

Your legacy of kindness, love & laughter live on in the hearts of everyone you ever met...even those you helped without them knowing that you were their secret benefactor live better lives because of you.

I will never forget your quick wit & joyful smile. We had such fun in Evanston, & I will never forget how you made all of our lives on Ridge Avenue brighter.

I still smile when I drive by the apartment building & think of you, Eugene, Dominique & Robert!

Love you lots!

Your friend forever,
Susan Bouvier
Susan Bouvier
September 11, 2011
We hold you in our hearts.
Kymberli Colbourne
September 11, 2011
My heart and prayers remain with Mukul's family and I believe his spirit lives on forever!

Antionette L. Sweet, Shaker Heights OH
September 11, 2011
On the 10 year anniversary of this tragedy, I want to remember and pay tribute to my old friend Mukul. Mukul and I were doubles partners on the South Brunswick tennis team and came to be good friends both on and off the court. I will always remember his infectious humor, intelligence and ability to put a smile on others around him. He was a kind and caring person. My deepest sympathy to his family.
David Milne
September 11, 2011
Mukul (Mike) was in my 5th grade class. He was very bright, quiet, sweet - other pupils gravitated to him, he was very loved and admired. I was heartbroken to hear of this tragedy.
Phyllis Novick, Hillcrest School
Phyllis Novick
September 11, 2011
A day after the 9th anniversary of those terrible events, I saw a number of facebook messages remembering people, and one led me to this site. I knew Mukul in high school and I see a number of touching messages over the past years from my classmates. For me, I'll always remember Mukul as a joker, ever the optimist, and as a competitor. I haven't played "Risk" in many years but I don't think I'll ever be able to play it in the future without thinking back to our many games. Those were fun times. I'm sorry we lost touch after school but it sounds like Mukul lived his life well before it was so tragically ended.
Fred Douglis
September 12, 2010
Mukul and I went to South Brunswick High School together, Class of 1980. I was shocked when I recently learned that he'd lost his life on 9/11. Mukul was a very gentle, kind, intelligent, and humorous person. He helped me with my AP Chem homework all the time and never made me feel stupid because I was struggling so badly with it. He had a wonderful sense of humor and loved to laugh at himself. I never heard him say an unkind word to anyone. He was always unfailingly kind and happy. My thoughts and condolences go out to his family.
Debbie Lawrence
September 11, 2010
Hi Mukul,

Thinking of your bright smile today!

Your friend,
Susan Bouvier
September 11, 2010
May you rest in peace.
August 22, 2010
Mukul remains one of my dearest friends from Wharton. I think of him often, and even though my children were either toddlers or unborn, they know his name for I tell them about Mukul.

A man lives for as long as he remains in the memories of those who love him. I think that's how the saying goes. In that case, Mukul shall live forever.

God Bless You and I miss you, guy...
Jonathan Gohh
September 12, 2009
Sweet Mukul,

You are always in my heart!

Your fellow "East Coast Kid" & friend,

Susan Bouvier
September 11, 2009
Thinking of you today.

You always make me smile!

Your friend,
Susan Bouvier
September 11, 2008
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
March 5, 2008
To my dearest family, some things I'd like to say...
but first of all, to let you know, that I arrived okay.
I'm writing this from heaven. Here I dwell with God above.
Here, there's no more tears of sadness; here is just eternal love.

Please do not be unhappy just because I'm out of sight.
Remember that I'm with you every morning, noon and night.
That day I had to leave you when my life on earth was through,
God picked me up and hugged me and He said, "I welcome you."

It's good to have you back again; you were missed while you were gone.
As for your dearest family, they'll be here later on.
I need you here badly; you're part of my plan.
There's so much that we have to do, to help our mortal man."

God gave me a list of things, that he wished for me to do.
And foremost on the list, was to watch and care for you.
And when you lie in bed at night, the day's chores put to flight.
God and I are closest to the middle of the night.

When you think of my life on earth, and all those loving years
because you are only human, they are bound to bring you tears.
But do not be afraid to cry; it does relieve the pain.
Remember there would be no flowers, unless there was some rain.

I wish that I could tell you all that God has planned.
But if I were to tell you, you wouldn't understand.
But one thing is for certain, though my life on earth is o'er.
I'm closer to you now, than I ever was before.

There are many rocky roads ahead of you and many hills to climb;
but together we can do it by taking one day at a time.
It was always my philosophy and I'd like it for you too...
that as you give unto the world, the world will give to you.

If you can help somebody who's in sorrow and pain,
then you can say to God at night......"My day was not in vain."
And now I am contented....that my life has been worthwhile,
knowing as I passed along the way, I made somebody smile.

So if you meet somebody who is sad and feeling low,
just lend a hand to pick him up, as on your way you go.
When you're walking down the street, and you've got me on your mind;
I'm walking in your footsteps only half a step behind.

And when it's time for you to go.... from that body to be free,
remember you're not're coming here to me.

Ruth Ann Mahaffey (author)
©Copyright 1998-2008

Doug Abraham
January 13, 2008
Sweet Mike!

Back in 1984 in Evanston, Mukul was a roommate of my then boyfriend, Eugene, and two other crazy Kellogg MBA students, Dominique & Robert.

If I remember correctly, Mukul was employed at Lucent.

Mukul & I were instantly friends! We were "The East Coast Kids" stuck with the Frenchman, the German & the Texan.

Mukul helped me surprise Eugene with a 26th birthday party!

In November, I volunteered to cook Thanksgiving dinner. Each roomie was allowed to invite 2 guests. Well, Dominique didn't quite understand the concept, and we had 10 extra people to feed! Mukul & I were scrambling in the pantry to put anything out on the table to feed the crowd as all grocery stores were closed for the holiday. Somehow we pulled a miracle out of our pocket, and no one went away hungry!

Mukul was the best! He had his little red Volkswagen (It was a GTI, Golf or Rabbit.), and I had my aqua Karmann Ghia. My car was the only one he would allow in his reserved parking spot when he wasn't using it!

Mukul, you live on in my heart! I will always carry with me your sweet smile and infectious laugh!

With love & affection,
Susan Bouvier
September 11, 2007
may god be with your family each and every day.
georgann dick
September 10, 2007
Very sorry about your loss! Sincere sympathy, Pat - R.N. in TN
Pat Reed Sircy
October 27, 2006
god bless
October 23, 2006
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 vane. We will always remember.
Kristine Furstenberg
October 10, 2006
May your family remember the wonderful times you shared during your brief stay on Earth.
September 15, 2006

I will not forget my initial amazement on getting your phone call at 10 PM Friday night, to remind me that the next day was Homecoming in Philadelphia. After a five minute conversation, it was agreed. We would go. So, at midnight we left Chicago in your car and at halftime we arrived in Philly. It was an absolutely great weekend! We saw the second half of the Homecoming football game and spent the rest of the weekend with friends. Of course, we had to face the drive back to Chicago. Happily, we left much too late on Sunday, so we could spend as much time as possible with our friends.

I love telling that story!

Thank you for making it possible.

You are missed.

Your friend,
David Onsager
September 12, 2006
I dont know Mukul, but I can feel how bad it is to loose someone you love and cherish the most.
The day can never be forgotten.
My prayers are with Mr. Agarwala's family.

GOD bless your soul.
rajal patel
September 11, 2006


We did not know each other for very long but we became good friends in the short time that we knew each other in San Diego. We met each other at an Indian event and shared a common heritage and common interests such as the best places to get Indian cuisine.

What happened on that terrible day causes me immense sadness and rarely a day goes by when I do not think of you. Over the intervening years since 9/11/2001,I have gotten to know your family and they are a constant reminder of the wonderful and compassionate person that you were...

The years go on but my family and I will always remember you. I hope to see you again some day in the next stage of life.

Your friend,

May God Always Bless You,
Henry Roy
September 11, 2006
We will never forget. Our thoughts are with you, Mukul's family.
September 10, 2006
Used to call him Mukul Mama. He was a great source of inspiration to me. God bless his soul!

leofox (at) gmail (dot) com
Abhishek Gupta
September 9, 2006
I am sorry for your loss please visit a new site I have made in honor of the 5th anniversary it is for all victims as well as my Daughter Jeanmarie Wallendorf who I lost in the Trade Center also
September 9, 2006
In memory...
P Tabbernor
August 17, 2006
Mukul And I were close freinds back in 7th and 8th grade at old S.G.S School in Franklin Twsp. NJ.
He was very bright, lively and warm.
And OOOHHH what a sense of humor! Contagious and infectious with laughter. He was the type of person that you did'nt mined when he laughed at his own jokes, because you were laughing even harder yourself.
God Bless you Mukie (our nick name for him), I know we will meet again.
I would welcome correspondences from family or freinds.
John Prindaville
September 25, 2005
To the Agarwala Family:

On the fourth anniversary of the horrific events of 9/11/01; please know that we shed tears of pain and heartache for Mukul and the other innocent victims.

Our thoughts, prayers and love to all of you.

We will NEVER forget.
Gerard Family
September 12, 2005
August 31, 2003
anne jones
February 4, 2003
Mukul (Michael),
What wonderful tributes I have read about you here. I am so sorry that I never had the chance to know you personally. I look forward to the day we will meet in heaven. God bless you and keep you. Pray for me as I continue my journey here.
John Brentin
September 30, 2002
we will remember them
anne jones
September 16, 2002
May your soul rest in peace and you and all those people who perished in this accident will always be in our minds and hearts as the time will go by. May your family find peace and strength.
Gina Mehta
September 12, 2002
I knew Mukul from business school. He was a cheerful guy and had a smile that would light up the room. I can still remember having chats with him about jobs and job offers (or lack thereof) as we rumaged through our mail folders in the basement of Vance Hall.

My condolences to his family. He will be remembered fondly.
rico camus
September 12, 2002
May your soul rest in peace.
Rakshat Zadoo
September 12, 2002
Today, a year after the tragic events, our school had a prayer service and handed each student a slip of paper with a name on it. Mine was Mukul's. I prayed for him and have felt connected to him ever since. I just want to let his family know how saddened I am that he was involved in the attacks. I hope they know people everywhere, even out here in the middle of no where are praying for him and you.
God bless.
sam werler
September 11, 2002
I am touched by the story of Mukul. There is something so sad about such a young person dying so suddenly.

I have to think that even the terrorists hearts will be softened by the story of the young innocent deaths that they caused.
September 11, 2002
Mukul was a good friend of mine from junior high school through high school. I love reading the comments that people are making here because they remind me so much of the person that Mukul was. Mukul was a genuine and gentle soul, and one of the funniest people I've ever known. He was one of those people that everyone wanted to get close to.

This is a day to think about Mukul. I think about those times we played tennis, or when our senior class took its trip to Quebec and the fun we had skiing. Or going to his house and having homemade mango pops that his mother had made. Or chatting in the hallway between classes, laughing at some outrageous comment that he made. But mostly, I think about his wonderful smile and the warmth he exuded.

Mukul and I lost touch over the years. I had tried contacting him via the Internet, but could never seem to find out where he was. The last time I saw him was in 1992. I was going to Japan and in true Mukul fashion, he offered to contact a friend who could put me up in Tokyo. We met for lunch in NYC and he was the same as he always was. In Yiddish, he would be called a mensch, a true human being. That’s how I’ll always think of him.
Rob Stolzer
September 11, 2002
Just days before Mukul moved back East he came by to see me in San Francisco. As I write this, I can see just where he sat and talked about everything that had transpired in our lives over the last 5 years. More importantly to him, he talked at length about his future and the exciting changes at hand. And at the center of this was the opportunity to start a new life with Rhea and the opportunity to be near his family again. Like many, I have a hard time reconciling the way Mike and all the others were taken from us. Mukul was a man of exceptionally strong will and determination. I think if he could counsel us in our moments of grief he would tell us "I am beyond harm now. Remember me but do not let this defeat you..."
Peter Yorke
September 11, 2002
I worked with Michael at UBS in NY around 1995 and 1996. Despite a rocky beginnign over time Mike and I became closer friends talking frequently as he worked to start his company in California. It was with much sadness that I learned of his loss. He was a good person and a friend and today, one year since, I like many others miss him. My prayers are with his family.
Larry Berlin
September 11, 2002
Mukul was, is, and will always be one of the most intelligent, just and inspirational people I have ever had the pleasure to know. I consider myself blessed to have had him in my life. I will forever miss our talks.
Lisa Guinard
September 11, 2002
Pray God to give courage and blessings to Alok's family in his absence. May your soul rest in peace.
Senthil Perumal
September 11, 2002
My husband Christopher and I met Mukul in Hong Kong in 1993. Our prayers go out to his wife, there are no words that can say the right thing. It is only now, when the former mayor said his name at Ground Zero that we found out he was part of the tragedy. Mukul was a tremendously generous and kind person. And funny. And so smart. He touched so many people. It breaks my heart it was his second day there.
May time help heal.
Diann and Christopher Hamilton
Diann Hamilton
September 11, 2002
I worked with Mike at UBS Securities in the research department. He was a truly genuine person, much liked by everyone. I last saw him a few days before he started his new job at WTC. My prayers are with his family especially as the anniversary of 9/11 approaches. I hope you take comfort in the fact that Mike was so well thought of and touched many people's lives in such a positive way.
Irene Schillmaier
September 4, 2002
i can't bel. just the second day of work; very sad to see good, competent people being taken away like that....
August 28, 2002
I knew Michael was reported missing but didn't want to admit to it until now. Michael was simply one of the greatest guys I've ever met.

I met Michael through a mutual friend at UBS. He was truly a selfless individual and went far out of his way to personally assist me in my career. Michael provided sound, invaluable advice to help me switch career paths, a decision which has benefitted me greatly. I owe a lot to Michael both as an individual and as an American.

One of my life's "to do's" was always to get ahold of Michael again. I am so dissapointed I didn't get that opportunity; we last spoke over the phone while he was starting up his San Diego venture. Michael, the world misses you. May you rest in peace.
Lauren Andrew Landfield
August 27, 2002
I never got to meet Mukul, but can tell from the many nice entries that he was a wonderful man. My heart goes out to his family and I will always remember him and this horrible tragedy. My prayers are with you.
Del Newberry
May 30, 2002
Today is May 30 - the day of the ground zero memorial - and I saw Mukul's face on the CNN site. I am completely shocked to recognize someone.

Five years ago - I had just moved to San Francisco and was temping at UBS Securities, didn't know a soul in the city, and Mukul befriended me, made sure that I knew all of the best spots in the city. He took me to Mt. Tam for a hike because I said I was a little homesick for the mountains. I remember that he had a lovely group of friends - there was a party in his apartment overlooking the Bay. He was obviously well liked.

I do remember him well and fondly, and am so very sorry to hear about his family and wife's loss.

Sincerely, Liz Hopp

Liz Hopp
May 30, 2002
Not until May 23, 2002 did I learn about Mukul's passing. I had no idea I knew one of the WTC victims. I met Mukul a year ago in San Diego while he was trying to launch a startup. I didn't know him well, but we exchanged emails about the market's need for more timely stock analyst reports. I was a believer in Mukul's startup idea, and I deeply wish it had been funded, so he could have stayed here in San Diego. Rest in peace, Mukul.
Riccardo Cannaviello
May 26, 2002
I know how hard it is to live without your loved one. My brother is also missing and the hardest part is not knowing. I pray for you and your family. May you have the strength and courage to live and to always remember the joy your loved one has given you. God Bless You And Your Family
Lisa Dedvukaj
April 11, 2002
My thoughts and prayers are with the family of this man who was so generous of heart.
April 5, 2002
Ms. Stone--I am praying for your comfort...Peace and Love--Brooke
Brooke Frierson
March 28, 2002
Mukul, Thank you for all you were and brought to this world. We are a better place because of your contributions.
March 11, 2002

Thanks for the conversation back in the summer of '99, and thanks for your consistently considerate, intelligent, and engaging manner. I did not know you well, but you left a lasting impression.

alisa valderrama
February 25, 2002
I worked with Mukul at UBS Securities in 1997. He worked very closely with me on the Concentric Network IPO.

Mukul was a great guy and made a positive impression on everyone he met. My heart goes out to Mukal's wife and family. We all miss you Mukal.
Thomas O'Shea
January 30, 2002
Our deepest sympathy to Mukul's family and friends. Our prayers will always be with you.
God Bless
Betsy Fry
January 23, 2002
All of us here were very shocked to learn that Mukul was in New York during the tragedy. He had many friends from Business School here and was a frequent visitor even investing in a business with some friends. We shall surely miss his wit, intelligence and sense of humour.He will forever be pictured in my mind totally wet and laughing from falling from a banana boat during a vacation we took some time ago. He will be missed.
Peter Angliongto
January 22, 2002
My thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Mukul Agarwala. I too love the old movies and Casablanca is one of my favourite movies, I will think of Mukul Agarwala everytime I watch it.
Mark Capper
January 16, 2002
I was so saddened by the loss of Mukul. We graduated South Brunswick HS together in 1980. I remember him as such a nice, caring individual!
Our prayers are with the Argawala family and Mukul's widow.
Eileen Canning Schwagerl
Eileen Schwagerl
January 15, 2002
We are very sorry for your loss of Mukul. May the sorrow in your hearts be lightened by warm memories of time together. 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 11, 2002
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