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Anonymous (not verified)

February 21, 2020

My brother Charlie was truly someone who lived life to the fullest. He loved his family friends and working for Cantor. His personality shined like no other! Charlie will be remembered always and is missed so much. To Officer Le Blanc who posted below-my family and I cannot thank you enough for your service. You are thought of everyday and we are very lucky to have people like you serving so we have the freedoms we have each and everyday! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

Published by Bernadette Heeran (younger sister)

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In Remembrance
Place of Residence:
Belle Harbor, NY
Location on 9/11:
Cantor Fitzgerald | Bond Trader

A graduate of the University of Scranton in 2000, Charlie started working for Cantor Fitzgerald on the Institutional Equities desk in June of that year. His amazing personality and passion to be a hard worker made him an instant success. He had a unique charisma that made others want to be around him… Charlie could always make you laugh. These qualities allowed him to accomplish many things at the young age of 23 that most guys don’t get to until about 30 in their Wall Street careers. The kid “had it.”

He was a loving brother, a loving son, and everyone’s best friend. His determination to succeed was like no other and all he ever wanted was to make his parents, brothers, sisters, and friends proud. He brought the word “confidence” to a new level… if there was a job to be done and Charlie was at the helm, the job would get done and be done well. He was one of a kind and he’ll be missed every second of the day. However he will never be forgotten because “nobody ever forgets meeting Charlie.”