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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 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
JR Skone from Scarsdale, NY wrote on March 5, 2008
I just wanted to post a quick note to say happy birthday to FRB and to let him know that we are all still thinking about him daily. Love and miss you buddy.
Erika Feder from Sunnyside, NY wrote on February 29, 2008
The last time I saw Fredric was when he was a baby. While I have lost touch with Howard and Leslie throughout the years, when I heard Fredric's name read during the 9/11 Memorial three years ago my heart stopped. I waited to hear the reading of the names the following year and contacted one of Howard's relatives to confirm. Eversince that time, Fredric has been on my mind but I haven't had the courage to contact Howard and Leslie. This is my way of letting them know that I have said many prayers and shed many tears for Fredric.
Dawn McClendon from Durham, NC wrote on October 11, 2007
The website is fantastic. I love viewing the photos. Looking at them makes me laugh. When I think of Fred, pictures of Mindy, Alexis, Jolie, Leslie, Howard and his friends quickly follow, and those images leave that hollow sadness for their loss. This website reminded me just how funny Fred was. Thank you. My love to you all, Dawn
Margaret Hetherman from Brooklyn, NY wrote on October 1, 2007
Unfortunately, I never had the chance to meet Freddy. But this site is overflowing with his memory, and radiates life and love in such a way that I am left with the feeling that I know his beautiful spirit. He is obviously much loved, and has planted his own seeds of love that continue to blossom and send light in the direction of many people. Howard -- I hold him and your family in my heart. Margaret
Lois and Mike Connor from Howell, NJ wrote on September 25, 2007
What a great idea! We had a wonderful time browsing through the website. Everyone who knew Fred has great memories. Loving thoughts and prayers to all of Fred's family. Love, Lois and Mike
Jim Gifford (Carey's brother) from New City, NY wrote on September 13, 2007
This is a wonderful website, a nice tribute to a great guy. I knew Fred and Jolie growing up in Dellwood Park. They were both great kids. Their parents really did an outstanding job!! To Fred's family: my heart goes out to you, and I too lost my sister Laurie in 1987. It's so hard to lose someone, but we will be reunited on the other side. What a special moment that will be! Take care, Jim Gifford
Fiona Stephens from London wrote on September 12, 2007
Dear Howard and Leslie What a wonderful tribute you have put together for your "baby" (as we each used to refer to our sons, even when they were grown up !). My thoughts are with you both as you think about your beloved Fred, especially on this very sad anniversary day Love Fiona
TOMMY STROHMENGER from BROOKLYN BABY wrote on September 12, 2007
Freddy kept two cases of very fine juice under his bed at Baco, and even in 110 degree heat i still would be scared to take one. Respect the BUG. Miss him dearly.
LG from NYC wrote on September 11, 2007
Sending lots of love to Mindy, Alexis, Leslie, Howard and Jolie -- on this day and always. Looking at all of the photos this morning - with Fred in my heart - really made me smile. Great job, Michael and everyone involved! Love and miss you, Fred - especially that laugh! LG
Manoff wrote on September 11, 2007
outstanding site. great job. the pictures are very hard to look at today but a perfect reminder of how much freddy loved life and how much fun we had with him...