Sunday, September 10, 2006

Brian Joseph Cachia

2,996 is a tribute to the victims of 9/11. http://www.dcroe.com/2996/

On September 11, 2006, 2,996 volunteer bloggers will join together for a tribute to the victims of 9/11. Each person will pay tribute to a single victim. We will honor them by remembering their lives,and not by remembering their murderers.


http://briancachia.com/flash06/flash.htm Please click on this limk and meet Brian Cachia, 26 lost in tower 1 at the World Trade Center on 9/11. He was a Technical Support Specialist for Cantor Fitzgerald on the 103rd floor. Brian was a single man who looked forward to starting a family and his hobbies were skiing, fishing and sports. He had a passion for music and even composed his own pieces. He grew up working in his dad's store and was well liked in his hometown in New York. These slides were put together by his family who miss him terribly.

BRIAN

The world is no longer as it was
the day God called you home.
Fear and hate have reared their
ugly faces changing the world.


One fateful morning your dreams
fell to the ground leaving a trail of
tears. Your family never given a
chance to kiss you goodbye.


May your journey take you to a
world of no fears, streams of love
and beautiful songs of the angels.
Unleashing all you were to be.


A piece of us all died a little that
day and we will never forget. You
remind us how fragile life can be
while we remain forever vigilant.


Rest in peace Brian.

28 comments:

Chris said...

You are remembered Brian.


Chris
My Blog

Ma said...

This was beautiful. Looking at all the photos that his family put togehter was so heart wrenching. Thank you for sharing.

Ma said...

Mine is up too.

Neasa said...

Thank you for doing this, Tammy. Such a handsome young man. Some impressions that came to me while looking at his pictures: He had kind eyes, his face was open, not guarded, he was funny, he was warm, loving, seemed protective of littler ones, seemed gentle & to love life. I loved the fishing pictures - as he got bigger, so did the fish!

His face will be in my thoughts today & from now on when I remember this anniversay. My thoughts & prayers for peace & comfort to his family.

Madeleine said...

i feel quite speechless. he and all the other men and women are remembered.
beautiful poem
xxx

Tara said...

Just beautiful. That poem brought tears to my eyes.

My tribute can be found at http://retardedrugrat.wordpress.com

acumamakiki said...

Oh Tammy you did a beautiful job. I love the poem you wrote for Brian and I will remember him in my thoughts and prayers today.

beccabee2005 said...

A warm and loving tribute, Tammy. Brian and all the other victims and their loved ones are certainly in my heart today.

Helen said...

Lovely, lovely tribute! Will remember his family in my prayers.

paris parfait said...

Beautiful tribute and poem. Thank you for sharing this glimpse into Brian's life and for honouring his memory.

Heather said...

Thank you so much for sharing Brian wiht us....

I remember Steven Hagis

Jem said...

Thanks for writing about Brian, that was beautiful :)

brian said...

Thank you for posting this tribute and poem.

Thank you also for stopping by and leaving your comment for Gilbert's tribute.

kateandjona said...

Thank you for sharing your poem.

Jonathon's Closet remembers Robert Levine, also a Cantor employee.

rachel said...

Lovely tribute Tammy, thanks for sharing your words

ckays1967 said...

beautiful job Tammy!!!

Raggedy said...

Wonderful Tribute!
Thank you.
These are sad and hard to read....
I am honored to be a part of this project.
Mine is posted also...

The 2996 link is down. I have a new link on my site to view the participants.

Bless you…

betty said...

beautiful tribute; thank you for remembering him and telling us about Brian

berriehead said...

Hi Tammy:) thanks for visiting me today,this day...I love the fact that you feel much like me today remembering those we lost and NOT those that caused it. I'm glad I got to meet Brian...I will remember him! xo

Amber said...

Bless your family, Brian. I pray they find peace...

:)

Tug said...

very nice tribute...
mine is up as well.

Canadi-anna said...

Lovely memoriam. I have an older computer and had trouble with the flash show, but what you've written is excellent.

Chicago Ray said...

Thanks for remembering Brian. Please see Eddie Dillard here if you wish. Thanks again

Teena said...

What a lovely tribute! Thanks for participating and honouring ... they are no longer just a name to us now.

Mine's up.

Beth said...

A lovely tribute, Tammy. You honored Brian Joseph Cachia beautifully.

My tribute to Dinah Webster is now on my blog.

Paintdancer said...

So nice that you did this tribute for Brian, Tammy. My heart goes out to his parents who lost such a nice young man so tragically.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful tribute and a moving poem.I know his family would love it...Love Dave

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