For me, 3000 miles away in California, his is was the face that represented such a profound loss. I don't know him, I know nothing about him or his family. His was one of the first photos I saw posted within a day or so of the attack and it touched my heart. This man could have been my brother, my friend. I don't know why this man, whom I have never met, stuck so firmly in my mind and affected me so deeply over all the thousands of others who perished. I felt as though I lost one of my own. In the days that followed (the attack), I watched, listened and searched the listings, hoping for someone who knew him to post that he had survived, or he had been located, but it never happened. When I remember that day, this is the face I will see that will make it not just an horrific event in our nations history, but a staggering loss of valuable people from all walks of life. I wish to extend my sincere sympathies to his loved ones - am so sorry for your loss. I sure I am not the only one who was touched by the obvious kindness that you can plainly see in his eyes.