Thursday, September 7, 2006

2996 Project for 911: Pamela Chu

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2996 Project for 911 Victims:Honoring Pamela Chu

Pamela Chu lived in New York and she worked at Cater Fitzgerald at the World Trade Center. She was 31 years old.

Ms. Chu was the Vice President of a U.S. equities trader. She was the only Asian in her department and the only female trader but she never let herself get stressed out.

She was born in Korea, but her family moved to the U.S. when she was two years old. She graduated from the University of Buffalo and she worked as a clerk for Cantor Fitzgerald before she became an equities trader.

I learned alot about Ms. Chu by researching her name through the 2996 project; which seeks to honor 911 victims by having people journal about a person.

My deepest sympathies go out to her family and associates. Clearly she was a wonderful woman and worthy of much respect.


sugarsweet056 said...

Great tribute!
Much love to all the families.
My tribute will be posted in the next day or two.
Hugs, Sugar

nightmaremom said...

Great entry!!  I am debating on doing mine early... but then I want it up on 9/11 and don't want to repost....

bgilmore725 said...

Beautifully written, Nat. I have a name, but there isn't any information on the person I'm memorializing. How did you find so much about her? bea

lv2trnscrb said...

that was a good entry you did, Nat.  Pamela Chu seemed like a special young woman. Thank you for honoring her


pharmolo said...

Thanks for honouring Pamela Chu, Nat, I hope it gives comfort to those that were left behind

bobandkate said...

A lovely tribute to Pamela Chu. I will be posting my tribute probably late on Sunday night,

jlocorriere05 said...

A lovely tribute to Pamela Chu. It must have been so devastating to her family. Jeannette xx  

wfhbear said...

What a wonderful tribute to an amazing Lady. Thank you. My Regards, Bill.

bgilmore725 said...

Just for the record, I did write the tribute for the man whose name was sent to me by Project 2,996. It is posted here:

Thanks for coming by and commenting, Natalie. Bea

lurkynat said...

Yes Bea I love your tribute!
here is Sugar's link:
And I hope others will paste thei links for tributes here as well!

lurkynat said...

Dear Jland,
Jan has written a beautiful tribute also to John Santore and here is her link:

lurkynat said...

Dear Jland, Jeanette has written a beautiful piece to commemorate a woman police officer who was a hero of 9/11:Moira Smith

lurkynat said...

Dear JLanders,
Betty has written a very interesting commemoration here:
go see! hugs, natalie

lurkynat said...

Dear JLand,
guido did an interesting entry about Norbert here:
check it out!very colorful!

jlocorriere05 said...

Hi Nat, if people can't access my private journal they can always go to my other one which is public, I duplicated the tribute to Moira Smith on that. Jeannette xx

jeanno43 said...

So sad, so many special people lost, so many lives changed forever. These tributes break my heart.  I have also posted under the 2996 project, my victim is Abner Morales.

lurkynat said...

Jlanders! We have another great tribute to be proud of from Shermeen in London:
Please check it out! It's beautiful!

lurkynat said...

Please check out Marla's tribute :

shermeen0621 said...

Nat, i'm so sorry that i haven't been by in so long. things have just been terrible here recently and i've had to take some time out to think about things.

thank you for honouring the life of Pamela Chu, like so many her dream was cut short...its difficult to make sense of such an event. but my prayers are with her friends and family!

Shermeen xx

lurkynat said...

Dear Jland, Hi!
Please take time to read Carly's moving portrait of a victim of 9/11:

thank you!

monponsett said...

For all the stuff you see about firemen and cops, very rarely do you see tribute to the people who perished in the greatest number on 9/11.... finance workers and government employees.