UNITED FLIGHT 93
Jeremy Glick, 31 of West Milford, N.J., was flying on business for Vividence, a sales and marketing company, and managed to telephone his wife, Jennifer, after terrorists took over, said his uncle Tom Crowley. Glick's wife conferenced the call to a 911 dispatcher, who told Glick about attacks in New York, which had taken place earlier. Glick's sister, Jennifer, said her brother and some other passengers stormed the hijackers and apparently got into the cockpit. The University of Rochester graduate was a national collegiate judo champion. He is survived by his wife; a daughter, Emerson; his parents; three brothers, and two sisters.
Jeremy's wife, Jennifer, has helped to establish Jeremy's Heroes: helping kids to discover their hero within.
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ARTICLES & STORIES
ESPN.COM 9/17/01: Glick lost his life, but won his final bout
UM BigSky Taekwondo 9/14/01: A Friend, a Father, a Hero