THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO CONTINUE TO BRIGHTEN OUR LIVES WITH THEIR POSITIVITY, EVEN THOUGH THEY ARE NOT AMONGST US ANYMORE BUT WILL ALWAYS REMAIN IN OUR HEARTS
Abul Chowdhury perished along with thousands of other people on Sept 11th 2001, he had been 30 years old, 7 months and 10 days. He had achieved a significant step on the ladder to his lifelong dream. He lived in the heart of New York, Manhattan. After graduating from the College of Staten Island and continuing his post graduate studies at NYU, and after an input of long years of hard work, Abul joined Cantor Fitzgerald in the late 1990’s. He worked on the 103rd floor of the North Tower, World Trade Center as a Senior Systems Analyst at E-speed (division of Canter Fitzgerald) and had recently received a promotion. Abul was not only good at his job, but enjoyed it because he worked with a great group of friends. Sadly, when the airplanes struck, he was in his office working to fulfill his dreams when the impact of this tragedy ended his life, leaving his loved ones forever missing him and had prevented him from the achievement of his lifelong dream which he had been so close.