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I miss you, my wonderful friend. you are always in my heart and prayers. You are my guardian angel now, as you were such a great friend who looked out for me when you were physically with us. You didnt deserve to leave us the way you did. No one deserved it. But we are here now, with a void in our lives since that day happened. What gets me through the day is knowing that you are with God. I thank God that he gave me the opportunity to have a great friend like you. We miss you and will always love you James. xoxo your friend forever Claudia
I was flipping channels on the TV Saturday night (Sept 10, 2011), and as I went past the History Channel I thought I saw Patrick Cartier's face. It was a special on 911, and then I heard the name "James Cartier." I watched for awhile, and I thought about the Cartier family.
James you may not remember me but my aunt brought us together. We would work and act together in the our lady of fatima plays. I was introduced to your sister and your family. we all miss you. you always made me smile the way we all joked around. for a short period of time your sister and i dated. you were like a friend to me. a very good friend. thank you. we miss and love you....and although my aunt cant say it she misses you and loves you too....to michele if you ever need a friend. you can e mail me @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
to john i know you remember me i am so saddened by the loss of james my prayers are with you on this most diffacult day keep yout faith for one day you will be reunited
lisa mascolo keehner
i found this site by accident...or maybe not. i never met James but i just had to say how deeply saddened i am for his family and friends. i will pray for him and you.
To the Cartier family;
It is amazing sometimes how we find each other...My parents were married @ OLOF and I was baptized there as well...It is an act of God that I found this sight as my husband and soul mate is Michael Carter, just one vowel short of your angel laid to rest! I will pray to your St. Michael as well as my own, and keep him close to my heart always(i wear the medal every day of my life)...GOD BLESS!
Hello. I wanted to write a moment of recognization and express a prayer for James M. Cartier. Today is the date of his birth, and I am sorry that his family has lost him in such a senseless manner. I worked with him before he started Local 3.
I went to Our Lady of Fatma with James from 1st to 8th grade. I was the president of the James Catier fan club, no really. I swore I would marry him. I moved out of Jackson Heights in 1989 and never saw him since. I walked into my living room and saw his face on the t.v., I still can't beleive it. To his family and friends, I am so sorry for your loss and hope you find the comfort that you need to stay strong.
I worked with James during the years of 1999-2000, and he was a very hard working young man. It is sad to think that he died so tragically on 9/11/01 at such a young age. He is always missed by those who worked with and respected him.
I remember having the biggest crush on James when I was ages 8 until I was 11. I knew him through neighbors who lived across the street from me in Jackson Heights. I only found out about his death last night and was deeply saddened. I lost a cousin on that horrible day as well...Patricia M. Fagan of the Aon Corporation. James, you are in my prayers and in my thoughts. To the Cartier family, I wish you the strength and serenity to move on with your lives. Though it seems as if the pain will never cease, and I'm sure it will always be there in some way, shape, or form...live your lives to the fullest, as I'm sure James would have wanted it that way. I wasn't sure what to post, but I needed to post something...somewhere. God Bless You All...
Forever in my thougts and prayers.
I still am so shocked and saddened when I see your picture on these sites that friends forward to me.
Michelle and Kayla Cartier
James, a Son, a Brother, an Uncle, and a Friend, but most of all a gift from God. You have impacted so many lives. Your kindness, your strength, your commitment, your love for your family, and that smile that could lighten up any room; this is what many others and I will always remember. Your spirit lives through your incredible family. Your parents raised such beautiful children; they all have accomplished so much and continue to do so. Their hearts are as huge as yours. And I am lucky to be a part of this incredible family. James, I hope you know that Kayla will always know her Godfather, and I will have many stories to tell her about your love for her.
I knew James Cartier from the seventh grade in Our Lady Fatima School all the way to the twelveth grade in Mosignor McClancy High School.He was in most of my classes throughout the years.He was one really funny guy.He always had something to say that made everyone burst out into laughter.And that is how I'll always remember him.
James P. Sims
Though it had been twenty years since I last saw James, I was saddened to hear that he was lost in this tragedy. Back at Our Lady of Fatima, I remember playing with him in the schoolyard before class. He was fond of electronic gadgets; boasting that his walkie-talkie was a full-blown scanner given to him by his uncle. I remember that about him most; moreso than the fact that he was one of two "James's" in our class besides myself. I pray for his family and wish them the best.