Remembering Evan J. BaronUpdate (9/10/11):
Before he went to work at the World Trade Center five years ago today, this was Evan J. Baron:
He was a 38 year old resident of Bridgewater, New Jersey and was a successful energy futures specialist for Carr Futures on the 92nd floor of the WTC.
His wife was Jeannine. When they met she was a shy receptionist who flaked out of their first date. He was a not-so-shy floor trader who persevered.
Eventually they married and had two children, Ethan (now 11) and Julia (now 7).
Evan was a devoted family man of whom his own father said, "He never lost sight of family as the most important thing," Irwin Baron said. "I was in awe of how he grew up -- a wonderful father and a wonderful husband." His sister considered him a dual blessing: "He wasn't just my brother; he was my best friend," Julia Driscoll said.
He loved guitar and golf and was a cigar and scotch buddy to Michael Spinella. He was a treasured friend and business associate to many.
Evan lived to age 38, and from what little I’ve been able to learn about him, when I say he lived to age 38, he lived to age 38. I don't doubt that he has been missed terribly for the past five years, because people like this are just not not missed.
Today I am honored to honor Evan J. Baron as best I could as part of the 2,996 Project.
Evan Baron from Portraits of Grief.
Evan Baron on Legacy.com and Legacy.com Guestbook.
This was pretty much all I could find in my attempts to update my post about Evan. He would have been forty-eight had he not been killed. His children are now sixteen and twelve. I hope they and Evan's other family and friends are doing well.