I remember Jennifer worked in Key Food on Grand Avenue in Maspeth, Queens. I live right around the corner. When I saw her picture in the neighborhood, I knew I knew her from somewhere. It was from Key Food. I did not know her to talk to, but I cannot tell you how deeply saddened I am over her loss, and the loss of the thousands of lives in this disaster. May God bless Jennifer's soul, may God bless her family and loved ones.
Hello, my dear friend. I hope you are at peace where you are. You left behind so many people who miss you dearly; myself being one of them. We were supposed to go to dinner September 14, but fate had other plans for you. I know now it is true when people say that God takes those who are the most special first. You will forever and always be in my heart and my thoughts. I go to work every morning and think of you and Lynne and Laura. I know the three of you are joking around and laughing, just as if we were back in the office. I know you came to me in my dream to say goodbye. I only wish I could have said it first that Monday night and hugged you and told you how much I valued our friendship. You became the sister I never had. I know I will see you again, though it may not be soon. Have fun with the girls and take care of each other.
Christina, friend and coworker