Saturday, September 9th 2006
Remembering Harold Lizcano

Five years ago, Harold Lizcano was a newlywed. He had married a woman named Emily, and friends and family said that they were the sort of couple that if you’d seen, you just knew they belonged together.  They were thinking about children, and planning their future.

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Harold worked at the World Trade Center, Tower 1, 92nd floor. He was 31, and an accountant for Carr Futures. By numerous accounts of family, friends, and those who met him only once or twice right before his death – Harold was a good, good man. Friendly, ambitious, a loving husband, and a very good man who has not been  forgotten by those who had the honor of knowing him. 

For more tributes, please visit here.

~hm

16 Comments on “Remembering Harold Lizcano”

1
Pamela
September 9th, 2006
10:02 pm

Reading as many posts as I can.
It’s a healing thing –
thanks for letting me pop in

2
Jenn
September 9th, 2006
10:43 pm

It’s good for us to remember that day and that we lost… Thank you!

3
Brony
September 9th, 2006
11:06 pm

That was very powerful and nicely written.

4
Tammy
September 10th, 2006
8:12 am

A friend of my sister lost her husband on Flight 175-read here to read more about Garnett “Ace”Bailey.

http://www.acebailey.com/

5
Shannon @ Rocks in my Dryer
September 10th, 2006
1:38 pm

Remembering with you…

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kristin
September 10th, 2006
3:31 pm

I have a tribute up as well and I invite you and your readers to visit and learn a little about Clarin Shellie Schwartz…

I loved this project… it felt very profound to put faces and names to such a unbelievable number.

Beautiful tribute… my heart aches with each one of these that I read…

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Jasmine Vega
September 10th, 2006
11:49 pm

Harold Lizcano was my brother-in-law, and truely an Angel on earth. Thank you so much for taking the time to do this for him. He will forever be remembered through his family and through people like you. Thank you!

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Theresa
September 11th, 2006
12:07 am

Just prayed for him and his family. Thanks for joining the tributes. Such important duty for us bloggers.

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kate
September 11th, 2006
8:56 am

So real and so raw. That was beautiful Kelsey.

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At A Hen's Pace
September 11th, 2006
3:27 pm

What a great tribute.

I picked someone that I nearly rubbed shoulders with, at college…and still do, often, in a sense–Todd Beamer.

http://atahenspace.blogspot.
com/2006/09/clueless.html

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Stacey
September 11th, 2006
5:51 pm

It’s still so fresh in my mind and in the minds of many. I’m praying for this man’s family!!

12
Faith
September 11th, 2006
8:04 pm

Thanks for the post. Wonderful tribute!

13
Kilikina
September 12th, 2006
3:42 pm

Thanks for your tribute for 9-1-1

14
Stacey
September 13th, 2006
6:33 pm

HolyMama, are you still there? Haven’t seen a post from you in a while and I’m starting to worry about you : )

15
Carol
September 15th, 2006
6:43 am

We had that lightening thing happen once about 15 years ago. Took out the TV, VCR, Microwave, both computers, the laser printer…everything electronic except the stinkin’ alarm clock.

I hear you can have surge protectors placed on the house at the breaker box now. I may have to look into this.

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Ramiro Lizcano
September 11th, 2008
12:37 am

I am in the Navy and I am currently in IRAQ fighting in this war. September 11th is a day none of us will ever forget. I did not know Harold, but as I was reading the list of names, I came across his last name, Lizcano. I too am a Lizcano and well, I felt like there was something that I wanted to do. I am flying An American Flag in Harold’s memory on September 11 2008 here in Fallujah and would like to forward it to a family member if they choose to accept it. Please contact me at ramiro.lizcano@navsoc.socom.mil with any information as to where I can mail The United States Flag that will be flown tomorrow. Thank you.

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