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In Remembrance
Place of Residence:
Morganville, NJ
Location on 9/11:
Cantor Fitzgerald | Junk Bond Broker

Lloyd Rosenberg, 31, was raised in Sheepshead Bay Brooklyn, before moving to Staten Island. We met at Crazy Eddie’s where we both worked. He graduated from Sheepshead Bay High School in 1987 and began working for Cantor Fitzgerald in 1988. We were married in 1992 and made our home in Morganville New Jersey with our three daughters, Samantha, Kaylee and Alyssa.

Two weeks before the tragic events of September 11th, we were fortunate enough to spend a weekend away alone together. Something we hadn’t done in over five years. He said to me, “Glenn, I can’t believe we’ve been together more than half of my life.” We talked and imagined what the next half would be like.

Lloyd was kind and generous; he never said a bad word about anyone he knew. Recently I’ve come to find out that in business he was the same.

Lloyd leaves behind a beautiful legacy. In Samantha, you can’t help but notice his gestures and his personality. In Kaylee, it’s like looking into his eyes and seeing his happy spirit. In Alyssa you can see his face. We use to joke all the time that they were twins separated by 31 years. To me, he gave his heart, and I will carry it with me forever.

Lloyd’s passion was being a “daddy.” His girls were his pride and joy. I will forever miss the Saturday mornings when I would sneak downstairs and watch him reading them a book, or playing “horsie.”

We, his family, will pray for peace so that his children, and all the other children can grow up without fear. To be able to live the life, full of joy and happiness, that Lloyd wanted them to live. Always and Forever, Glenna, Samantha, Kaylee and Alyssa.