This tragedy has touched our hearts, invaded our thoughts, and no words are adequate to express our deep feelings of sympathy. Please know, that we are here for you, Bobby and Gary and Jill and family with all the love, support and understanding that we can offer to you. Our friendship is beyond measure.
I check in just to see your faces to ensure my memory has not begun to fade. I can hear your voices, Molly's laugh - and room illuminating smile-, Gregory's keen observations at synagogue, and Amy's 'voice' always came through whether in person, phone, email or text. How happy were we that the girls were going to be together in middle school? Connection lost. It still does not feel real. I miss you all.
This is a terrible tragedy and I still can't believe it. Although I never knew Amy and Gregory and only knew Molly for about a month, she made such an impact on my life. I feel so honored that I got the chance to meet her. I think this page is wonderful and their memories will live on in all of us forever!
I miss you Molly and you will never be forgotten.
I hope that wherever you may be, you know how much sweetness you brought to our lives, and how much we all miss you. We are thinking about you and missing you terribly on this 14th day of January 2012, the day you would have turned nine.
Thinking of sweet, handsome Gregory today, and remembering all of the joy he brought to so many people....especially his Mommy! We love you Gregory...Happy Birthday!
Love you Forever....
Madeline, Bryan, Aliza and Jared
Our Dear Gregory,
Happy Birthday to our sweet Gregory.
We love you and honor you today.
We think of all the happiness you brought to each of us.
We hope you are looking down on us today with your bright smile.
We send you our love.
We keep you with us everyday.
All your "boys" say, "Happy Birthday Greg!"
I haven't seen Amy in many years, and just heard about this horrific tragedy. I am so at a loss for words, but what a wonderful thing to develop this fund.
My heart goes out to her family and her close friends who will always feel this loss.
When I first met Amy in college, I was struck by how poised and amazingly accomplished she was. Who ever heard of anyone going off-campus? And to exercise, of all things? Plus she was a stellar student...and was up at the crack of dawn (looking beautiful) for fraternity raids at our sorority house.
We had lost touch over the years, but I can see that she continued to be awe-inspiring...touching the lives of so many. She will forever be with me.
I really miss Molly and Gregory. I still remember the time when molly came over. We went on the trampoline and had hot coco with marshmallows. The day I moved to London, I was super sad but, I will never be as sad as the day that I heard about what happened to them. Me and molly were best friends. We used to call each other dwarf twins because we have the same name. My brother and I are really sad because they were not here to say goodbye to when we left. I will never forget the time when we made up a thing called smauwticals. If you are really super smart, then you have 1000000 smauwticals. I will never ever forget Molly and Gregory.
Preschool, camp pictures all the way through elementary to high school were always brightened by Amy's smile and spirit. You could feel her energy and watch her courage, desire and perseverence that carried through everything she did. I will be forever touched by that spirit. Living by example of the lessons shared is the best way I know how to keep that spirit present everyday. Forever in my thoughts, Lois