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Laurie Katz from Hoboken, NJ wrote on September 11, 2012:
On such a sad day, nice to know that Fred must be smiling down on Mindy & family and so proud of all the good they have done in his name. xoxo Laurie
Cheeks from Brooklyn, NY wrote on October 8, 2011:
Yesterday Grobie and I chaperoned our 6th graders to the Memorial. Grobie wore the Bazaar shirt from this past summer in Fred's memory. Surreal experience. Grobie found Fred's name cut into the parapet at N26- I think. I did a rubbing of his name in bright crayons in my sketchbook and then added "Baco Pride". I thought of Mindy and Alexis. Grobie told me how awesome Alexis is...obviously she's awesome.
Vino from Rye, NY wrote on September 13, 2011:
Many emotions for us all over the last few days. 10 years is an eternity, yet the feelings so easily bring us right back to that terrible time when we lost Freddy. My only solace of his not being with us all everyday is seeing the smile and spirit of his soul live on in the beauty that is Alexis. He would be so proud of what she and Mindy have built over the last decade and how strong and resolute Howard and Leslie in these many years since. I miss him so dearly and am thankful for the love that we shared.
Tommy Strohmenger from Brooklyn wrote on September 11, 2011:
Miss ya Bug. Love to all the Gablers.
Michael Fein wrote on September 11, 2011:
Never forgotten. R.I.P. Freddy.
Jessica Clothier from Knoxville, TN wrote on September 11, 2011:
Praying for the family of Fred today! I received his name at a memorial service today at my college and i just wanted you to know that my thoughts are with you on this hard day! Praying for you!
Rob Scheinman SHINEY wrote on February 25, 2011:
Today my phone rang at work. I thought it was a headhunter looking to inventory me for a job placement. I was wrong, very wrong. It was your dad who was looking to make contact with me for almost a decade. We shared some great stories about you and life in general. Your dad is a good man who misses you like it was yesterday. It was my pleasure to speak with him today, but clearly his pleasure to be able to call you his son. -Shiney
Pinchas Bauman from The Dead Sea, Is-real wrote on December 25, 2010:
He was hard working but always took the time out to say hello. Proud to say I lived in the same house with him one year.
Rick Weiss from Montebello, NY wrote on November 3, 2010:
Hey Freddie... I been doing P90X since the summer, but I don't I'll get into your gerth category... Either will Nagel so I don't feel so bad... Rick Weiss saying "Peace out!"
Tommy Strohmenger from Brooklyn wrote on September 11, 2010:
Freddy...miss ya dude. Best to all the Gablers. Love, TS
JP wrote on September 11, 2010:
Bug, Will always love you like a brother. Think about you everyday. There will never be another like you. Long live the bug. love always, JP
C Kesch from NY, NY wrote on September 11, 2010:
Freddy Da Bug: Think of you often, and especially today. Thanks for helping to define my camp experience. Best to your family. Craig
Rob Scheinman wrote on September 11, 2010:
Thinking of you often. Time my past but you are far from forgotten. My warmish wishes to Mindy your child and all who have been saddened by the loss of a wonderful person. Shiney
Tim Moran from New York wrote on December 22, 2009:
I played baseball with Fred in 8,9, and 10th grade. we had a lot of laughs. sorry about the tragedy.
chris georges from ny, ny wrote on September 11, 2009:
da bug...love and miss ya buddy! Im still scared of your deadlegs...
Filly from NY, NY wrote on September 11, 2009:
love ya, bud
Brian M from Randolph, NJ wrote on September 11, 2008:
Thinking of you today Freddy. As always.
Benji and Pnina Gabler from Israel wrote on September 11, 2008:
We're thinking of Fred in our hearts on this tragic day... Lots of love to Howard and Leslie, The Israeli Gablers (Wannabe Israelis)
Brian Baker from Raleigh, NC wrote on August 26, 2008:
Fred was initially a friend of a friend who later became my friend and he was also a fellow equity trader. We both lived in NYC, got married at almost the same time and had similar career paths. My wife was pregnant as well and due right around the same time as Mindy. He was such a good guy and I miss him. I know he would be so proud of his family and all they have done to honor him and the life he lived. Miss ya buddy.
doug cohen from NYC wrote on March 27, 2008:
Windy and I were childhood friends from camp so this site has special meaning to me. I met Freddy while I stayed with them (for a week) during their freshman year at cornell while I was a senior in HS visiting potential schools. It was an obvious memorable week for me being introduced to the Cornell/Baco clan, many of whom I came to know better during my years at Michigan and beyond. It still freaks me out to think about the events of 9/11, and I often think of Freddy as he was so full of life - his entire being was a complete contradiction to this tragedy. My thoughts go out to FTB's family and friends as his memory will always be with us. Mike, I agree with Freddy - it's about time you got this site up!! Well Done! Best, Doug