Jeremy Glick

Appearing below are messages from others who wish to extend their thoughts, sympathy and words of kindness to the family and friends Jeremy Glick , who passed away on September 11th, 2001.

22 Years Later...We Shall Never Forget

From: Lyn Decker
Date: 05/15/2003
Message: I sometimes see Mrs. Glick where I work... She is amazing, a pillar of strength, who radiates light all around her. We in your town will never forget what you did for us, Jeremy. Thank you. Your daughter will grow up knowing her country was saved by her father.

From: Billie Palmer
Date: 05/29/2004
Message: Even though I never knew him, he is my true hero. You see that could have been my sister. She worked at the white house and was told that a plane was heading for the white house. Her and her co-workers were told to take their shoes off and run as fast as they could. That day has changed her forever. She takes nothing for granted. Her family comes first. Thank you my hero.

From: Lisa Turner (mother\'s Maiden Name: Glick)
Date: 08/10/2004
Message: Jeremy Glick's appearance on Fox's Bill O'Reilly Show was an act of courage that could only have made his father proud. Though I don't know you personally, my condolences, thoughts and thanks go out to you, the Glick family.

From: Pat Lowrie
Date: 09/10/2004
Message: In September my daughter-in-law was expecting a baby in January. My son and his wife were struggling for a name for the child. They decided to name their son Jeremy in honor of your husband. He was born January 29, 2002. Just wanted to let you know.

From: Christine Bergensten
Date: 08/23/2005
Message: I would like to know how Jeremy's wife is doing. I think of her all the time and hope that time is somehow helping her to heal. I married my teenage sweetheart and now 39 years later can't imagine myself going through what she has. She has displayed such enormous strengh. Jeremy's family will be in our thoughts and prayers for a long time to come. May God bless.

From: Cynthia Ellis
Date: 09/22/2005
Message: I just read a passage from Liz Glick's book, Your Father's Voice, and it is just beautiful. Emmy will surely cherish it. Liz Glick is an inspiration.

From: Brynnen
Date: 10/28/2005
Message: Jeremy, Liz and their daughter have stayed in my thoughts and prayers since I first heard their story watching news on 9/11 in my college class at Michigan State. Liz's words describing her last moments talking to her husband really moved me. I have always thought about their family and how their daugher and his wife are doing. He sounded like an wonderful, brave, loving man and his family should know that he touched and continues to touch so many Americans. Know he is not forgotten.

From: Suzette
Date: 02/06/2006
Message: Dear Liz and Family: My boys and I watched Flight 93 yesterday and it was such a moving story.They are 14 and 9 and this seemed to put the story into perspective. God Bless you and your daughter and I hope to one day find the true love you and Jeremy shared...

From: Ann Parker
Date: 01/31/2006
Message: I was very moved tonight during the movie of Flight 93..my husband Rick and I will never be able to thank you enough for what you did that day. Your courage is unsurpassed and our prayers will always be with you.

From: Lara
Date: 02/01/2006
Message: I watched the movie last night about Flight 93. I was moved to tears at the passenger's courage, bravery, and heroic efforts. I think your story, Liz, touched me the most in the fact that at the time, my daughter was the same age as your daughter. We were new, proud parents just like you and Jeremy. I felt all your emotions when watching this movie. You and your husband seemed to have such a loving, honest relationship. I pray that you are somehow finding peace through this horrific tragedy.

From: Liz
Date: 02/01/2006
Message: Hi, My name is Elizabeth. I am 13 years old. I live in SC, with my dad and my sister. I was only in the fourth grade when 9/11 happened. I did not understand at the time what had happened. This year, in my US History class we were asked to do a national project called History Day. My 3 friends and I chose to do Flight 93, not knowing much about the subject. Then we watched the movies and read the stories. I have cried more in the past few weeks then I have in my entire life. I know somewhat what Emmy is going through because I lost my mother to cancer at a young age. But please don't ever let Emmy forget what a hero her father was and still is. She should be proud of him, I know I am. I am forever grateful for what he, and everyone else aboard Flight 93 did for me and my country. I wish I could tell you how much it means to me in words, but I just can't find those words. All I can say is thank-you thank-you thank-you, and god bless you and Emmy. Love, Liz

From: Liz
Date: 02/02/2006
Message: Hi Mrs. Glick an Emmy. This is Elizabeth again. I was wondering if there was any way for me to get in touch with you. I do not want to put my email on the internet, but could you possibly write back to me on here? Sorry if this is any sort of an annoyance. Thanks, Liz

From: Georgia Jordan
Date: 04/29/2006
Message: I am an average wife and mother of two with a normal suburban existence. I just saw the movie United 93. I have never written a letter to a stranger. Not even as a star struck adolescent. But I was so moved by your husband's actions as portrayed in the movie that I had to let you know. He was so brave, strong, calm and courageous. I truly know the definition of hero now. God bless you and your family Mrs. Glick.

From: Skip Chaisson
Date: 05/01/2006
Message: we are so sorry for your loss- my families prayers are with you- skip stephanie gianna- 8yrs brandon- 5yrs sophia- 3yrs

From: Lee
Date: 05/15/2006
Message: For Lyz and Emmy: I just finished reading "Your Father's Voice"...thank you for being so open..God Bless You!

From: Heather
Date: 08/21/2006
Message: I just want to say my prayers are with you as we reach this 5th anniversary. While I did not lose anyone dear to me in the attacks, it still touches close to home for my family. Our next door neighbor was in the North Tower at the time of the attack and was able to escape without major injury and for that we are so thankful. I was home getting ready for my dr.s appointment watching the entire attack unfold on TV like many of us did nationwide. I was sent directly to the hospital for high blood pressure and shortness of breath. Our dear daughter was born that day and we decided to name her Olivia, for Peace. Peace be with your family as 9/11 approaches again. I know my family NEVER FORGETS what your husband and all the other heroes of 9/11 did/scraficed

From: TC
Date: 09/11/2006
Message: Dearest Emmy, I hope you will always cherish the fact that you have a father like Jeremy Glick. You are so lucky to have your Daddy as your guardian angel. I hope your family will always make sure you know everything about him since you missed the chance to know him yourself. I am sorry your Dad was taken away from you. I pray you will always know a father's love is undying!

From: Monica Stewart
Date: 09/12/2006
Message: We mention you name quite a bit at work. I understand you subbed in the West Milford Public Schools. I work in the board office. I feel so close to you without really knowing you. You are always in all our prayers and thoughts. Look in Emmy's eyes and you will see Jeremy. We will never forget.

From: Brad
Date: 09/17/2006
Message: Even though i didnt know u, im doing reasearch on you and i now know how encredible of a man you were. You have enspired me to pursue my wrestling career and to never give up no matter what the situation

From: Sieng Rotana, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Date: 09/19/2006
Message: “Do you think we should attack the hijackers?” how do you feel with that question, if you were Lyz? How you reply to him? I don’t know; I just know it’s so hurt for Lyz when she need to face on the thing was happened to her. But it was true that she was replying her husband and encourage him with his decision “You do what you have to do, Jeremy. Be brave.” He told her that he was going to take a vote of the other passengers to see if they could overthrow the hijackers. Oh, how’s proud of Lyz and Jeremy? Jerrmy, I don’t know what happened to you on the day of 9/11 but I realize you are the one who brave and I have a pride fully with you and your wife so much, I respect what you did and what she did for you, for her daughter, and for American people. Thank you so much Jeremy. May the god continue to bless you and your family forever…You are always in our mind and be our hero, I will never forgot your good will to attacked with the hijackers in order to control the plan and I cannot for get your scarified forever, your always in our brain and in America remembering all the time…. We will never forget of “Sep 11, 2001” the day that we get sad and hurt so much….Thanks Jeremy. Best regard all the passengers and crews of united flight 93 Phnom Penh, Cambodia

From: Sandy
Date: 09/26/2006
Message: My deepest sympathy to wife Liz, and dear daughter Emerson. Jeremy will live on in his daughter and will guide you both here on earth. God Bless America!

Date: 09/19/2006
Message: I hope that Jeremy Glick and all of the other victims of 9-11 dead or alive are at peace. I didn't know Mr. Glick personally but I really care about him and the others.Jesus please watch over Liz and Emmy and the other family members

Date: 09/19/2006
Message: I hope that Jeremy Glick and all of the other victims of 9-11 dead or alive are at peace. I didn't know Mr. Glick personally but I really care about him and the others.Jesus please watch over Liz and Emmy and the other family members

Date: 09/19/2006
Message: I hope that Jeremy Glick and all of the other victims of 9-11 dead or alive are at peace. I didn't know Mr. Glick personally but I really care about him and the others.Jesus please watch over Liz and Emmy and the other family members

From: Nicola Worrell
Date: 02/01/2007
Message: Hi Liz, I worked with Jeremy back in 1998 when he was at Ewatch. I only met him once and most of our communication was by email but I remember him as a very pleasant and fun guy. He always responded to my emails quickly (a rare quality indeed!!) and was considered to be a great person to work with by all. I am so sorry for your loss and admire you for the strength you have shown us. God bless.

From: Jen & Duncan
Date: 02/18/2007
Message: We recently watched the documentary "Outfoxed" which featured Bill O'Reilly's despicable display of bully tactics during his interview with Jeremy Glick's son. His bravery and grace would make any father proud, and will continue to inspire us.

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