Tributes & Vigils Category: Sept 11th 2001

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    1. Salute To Todd A. Isaac
        Tribute For Todd A. Isaacon September 11, 2008 at 12:00 am

      Hi Todd,

      To this day I can still remember your simple act of kindness to a lost freshman who just stepped off the bus. It was a rainy September day, and you helped me carry my suit case and walked with me to where I needed to go. I don’t think I’ll ever forget that.

      LMF

    2. Salute To Todd A. Isaac
        Tribute For Todd A. Isaacon February 18, 2007 at 12:00 am


      I met Todd in 1999 when I was interviewing for a job with Cantor Fitzgerald. He was an alumnus of Holy Cross. While I only spoke with him for an hour, he struck me as one of the most down-to-earth individuals who never forgot where he came from. He was charasmatic and intelligent, yet showed no signs of arrogance. This is most likely a testament to his upbringing and very indicative of his great personality. The world has certainly lost one of its greatest.


      Conor Taniguchi, acquaintance

    3. Salute To Todd A. Isaac
        Tribute For Todd A. Isaacon February 18, 2007 at 12:00 am


      I remember Todd from our years together at Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts. Todd had a great sense of humor and his smile radiated for miles. If anyone was able to cheer up his co-workers in their final moments, it was Todd.

      Kristin Howard, classmate

    4. Salute To Todd A. Isaac
        Tribute For Todd A. Isaacon February 18, 2007 at 12:00 am


      Life’s not so funny without you around, big man. Miss you, Spitter.

      Jeff Spittel, friend

    5. Salute To Todd A. Isaac
        Tribute For Todd A. Isaacon February 18, 2007 at 12:00 am


      I met Todd in 1999 when I was interviewing for a job with Cantor Fitzgerald. He was an alumnus of Holy Cross. While I only spoke with him for an hour, he struck me as one of the most down-to-earth individuals who never forgot where he came from. He was charasmatic and intelligent, yet showed no signs of arrogance. This is most likely a testament to his upbringing and very indicative of his great personality. The world has certainly lost one of its greatest.


      Conor Taniguchi, acquaintance

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