Thursday, September 10, 2009

PROJECT 2996


Remembering the victims of 9/11

A day that changed the world.

Jose R. Nunez of New York, NY was 42 years young when he lost his life on September 11, 2001. Jose left behind a wife and three daughters, Mirelys, Marelnys and Melissa.

Jose was a food runner with Windows on the World.

I have struggled for days now trying to figure out what I would write on this day about Jose R. Nunez. Very little can be found on Jose. I have searched and searched trying to find any information on Jose so that I could write this tribute.

I know that my struggles of trying to figure out what to write are nothing compared to Jose's wife and three girls that were left behind after 9/11. I am hoping that Jose's family has found peace in knowing that their loved one is now in a better place. My heart aches for this family and all the other 2,995 victims of 9/11.

It's been eight long years that Jose's family have missed and mourned him.

Jose, I remember you on this 8th anniversary and I only wish that I could have learned more about you and your life.

Rest in Peace Jose...

5 comments:

Brenda Jean said...

Thank you for sharing this. It's hard to believe it's been 8 years. I imagine to his family it feels like it was just yesterday. I too hope they have healed and been able to comfort each other.

Cathy said...

Thank you for remembering Jose R. Nunez. He is not forgotten and I will never forget.

Jim and Jami said...

A wonderful tribute to Jose R. Nunez. Thank you Stacey

Alicia said...

Thank you for this tribute ... the loss never goes away, the gap is never filled: But the love remains.

I honor Christopher Paul Slattery.

Renee P said...

Thank you for writing this tribute to Mr. Nunez; I am sure it's a comfort to his family to know we remember him.



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