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Bill Knickerbocker wrote on September 9, 2011:
Hello- my name is Bill Knickerbocker, and on Septemebr 11th I was a resident at James Tower where Nancy lived. I also worked accross the street from the Trade Center at 2 World Financial Center. I will never forget the feeling when I walked in 101 West 90th a few days later and saw Nancy's missing poster hanging in the lobby. You see- among the many residents in that building, there was one at the time that stood out, and that was Nancy. This wasn't just because she always had her bike with her (a reminder that it was time to start working out), but more because she always seemed like such a happy, friendly person, always greeting a neighbor with a smile. Although at the time I didn't even know her by name (the extent of our conversations were limited to elevator and lobby small talk), I knew she... Read more
Hello- my name is Bill Knickerbocker, and on Septemebr 11th I was a resident at James Tower where Nancy lived. I also worked accross the street from the Trade Center at 2 World Financial Center. I will never forget the feeling when I walked in 101 West 90th a few days later and saw Nancy's missing poster hanging in the lobby. You see- among the many residents in that building, there was one at the time that stood out, and that was Nancy. This wasn't just because she always had her bike with her (a reminder that it was time to start working out), but more because she always seemed like such a happy, friendly person, always greeting a neighbor with a smile. Although at the time I didn't even know her by name (the extent of our conversations were limited to elevator and lobby small talk), I knew she was a special person that was loved by many. I recently found this tribute to her and know that I was right. On this 10th anniversary, I think and pray often about the victims and their families, and Nancy and those who loved her are at the top of the list. I hope that my entry provides some comfort for what you already know- that Nancy is still with us and will not be forgotten- even by an acquaintance that was lucky enough to call her neighbor. God Bless,Bill