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To my cedrick bartholomew garfunkle III. I miss you so much. I wish you were here to see how big Jordan and Arielle are. I know you are my angel because you helped me & Marc. I will always love you the person I was so proud to call my brother!

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Michelle, Marc, Jordan, Arielle & Josie

Posted by Michelle Goldman

I think of Cesar so often. I worked with him he was my client I was his consultant. He was a great great man. Funny, smart, realistic, organized and did I say funny!? We worked on a large rollout over a two year period. I attended his wedding. I miss him and send love to his wife and family.

Posted by Timm Ryan-Young

Hey Cesar. The last time I saw you I was about 9 or 10 years old. This is your nephew Richie. Mom, Migdalia Garcia (your sister) passed away on July 9, 2011. I'm sure you knew that because I know you were waiting for her at the pearl gates with grandpa. Grandpa passed only a few weeks before mom. Anyway mom spoke about you all the time. She told be how you were in the military before your career with Marsh. I too was in the US Army and I was enlisted during 9/11. I have been a Federal Air Marshal since. Mom was planning on attending this 10 year anniversary at Ground Zero just as she has attended every year since that horrible day. Know this I fly for you and mom. Your blood flows through my veins. I fly for every soul that made their trip to the heavens. I'm in flight as I type this. (Airplanes have wifi now and I bet you are excited about that since mom told me you were an IT guru.) You re always in my thoughts. -Richie

Posted by Juan R Garcia-Carrillo

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Age:
36
Place of Residence:
Staten Island, NY
Location on 9/11:
One WTC
Occupation:
Marsh & McLennan | Assistant VP of Technology
Biography:

Cesar Garcia, 36, of New Springville, was employed by Marsh & McLennan. He worked on the 96th floor of 2 World Trade Center - the south tower. His family did not have an obituary published in the Staten Island Advance.