Occupation:Fred Alger & Company | Assistant Vice President for Information
Dedicated Memorial Sites:The Rising Westchester County 9/11 Memorial
Queen Elizabeth II September 11 Memorial Garden
Montclair State University 9/11 Memorial
East Newark 9/11 Memorial
Fair Haven 9/11 Memorial
Freehold Township 9/11 Living Memorial Tree Grove
Conseleya 9/11 Memorial
Crescent Beach Park - Flagpole/Memorial for 9/11 Victims
Garrison Elementary School American Patriot Garden
Dewitt 9/11 Memorial
Personal Memorial Website:http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2001/memorial/people/3412.html
Reflections:The New York Times Portraits of Grief
This webpage is dedicated to a great person, exceptional daughter and sister, devoted mother and wonderful wife.
Yelena Belilovsky (née Tisnovsky) lived a short but great and fulfilled life. Born in the former Soviet Union in 1963, she lived through the breakdown of the Soviet Union, Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant disaster and creation of the new country of Ukraine. She graduated with honors from every educational institution she attended, started family and gave birth to a son.
In 1993, she fulfilled her dream and immigrated to the US, where she grew professionally from a librarian at a local public library to an Assistant Vice President at a Wall Street firm.
Thank you Ross for this
Thank you Ross for this beautiful memorial... Eugene your Mom IS proud of you!
Posted by Irene from Kiev and Baltimore
Yelena was a wonderful friend
Yelena was a wonderful friend and co-worker. I will never forget her kindness patience and most of all the friendship we shared when we worked together at Fred Alger. I still miss her. This memorial will stand in proof of who we lost and many more like her. I hope no one ever forgets.
Posted by Maryann Fuentes
It's good to read more about
It's good to read more about Yelena. I didn't know her but she worked at the same company (Alger) as my nephew who also perished on 9/11.
Posted by Boris Musich
I had the wonderful
I had the wonderful opportunity to know Helen (Yelena)during at a number of SLA Downtown Luncheons. We would often run into each other in lower Manhattan as well as on the Metro North train. She was a warm and friendly woman. I am so sorry for the loss suffered by her family. I continually pray for her and her family.
Posted by Dominique Beauport
Even 10 years later, the pain
Even 10 years later, the pain of losing people like Yelena still lives on.
Posted by Eduard Berdichevskiy
I am a Freshman doing a…
I am a Freshman doing a project on Yelena and how her family, friends, and coworkers were impacted on her death. She sounds like she was a really wonderful person and it would have been absolutely amazing if she was still here with all of you. I am so sorry for what you guys went through with this loss. I wish you all well and a happy life moving forward, I don't know her personally but I do know she would want all of you to be happy and try your best to move forward as much as you can.
Posted by Grace Russell
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