Dorothy Morgan

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I worked with Dorothy at The Treiber Group from 1990-2000. She worked in the Personal Lines Dept and she also handled my personal auto insurance that we as employees had with the company. She was a quiet lovely person. I left the company in 2000 and never knew what had happened to her. When I read the paper the days that followed the event I could not believe it when i saw her picture. She was a beautiful kind person. My thoughts to her family. There are no words to lose someone in this way. She will always be with you
Karen Davis, Colleague
Sep 12 2011 4:06PM
I am a history teacher in a small community in South Jersey. Over the period of several days, community members are placing over 2,900 American flags in a field to honor each and every one of the 9/11 victims. I had the priviledge of honoring Dorothy Morgan. Although I never had the opportunity to meet Dorothy, I thought her colleagues, family and friends may find comfort in the knowledge that ten years after this tragedy, Dorothy is remembered.
Melanie Pudelko, Friend
Sep 8 2011 9:53PM
I am the person who was hired to replace Dorothy after she passed on 9/11. I never knew Dorothy while she was living but as I reached out to clients to introduce myself, they each expressed how classy and professional she was. Although we never met, through the impact she had on clients and colleagues alike, I feel as though I knew her. To her family, please know that we here at Private Client Services have not forgotten. She lives on in our memories (and files) every day.
Yeshimabet Small, Colleague
Sep 8 2006 10:29AM
Hi Sis.(Dor), I hope this message goes beyond cyperspace into heavenspace to express how deeply you are missed and loved. I visted Ground Zero March 20th(my birthday} in memory and celebration of your birthday (March 12th - Happpy Birthday). Love Much, Ethell (Tee) Dear Auntie Dorothy, I cry for you often and pick flowers for you often. I miss you and love you.....Amelia(age 5yrs old)
Ethell Bennett, Family
Jun 1 2002 7:52PM
I met Dorothy at a training seminar in New Jersey about 2 years ago. During dinners we sat together & talked. I remember her elegant style and demeanor. She was a beautiful woman and had a class about her that set her apart from others.
Denyce Codoni, Colleague
May 13 2002 4:30PM