In Memory of Amy Hope Lamonsoff

In Memory of Amy Hope Lamonsoff

Amy Hope Lamonsoff was 29 years old and from Brooklyn, NY. Amy worked for Risk Waters Group.

On the morning of Tuesday, September 11, 2001, Amy was an events manager for Risk Waters Group and helping to set the tables for a breakfast conference at the Windows On The World Restaurant on the 106th floor in the North Tower of the World Trade Center.

Amy was dedicated to her job and was a great perfectionist. Everything had to be done right or not at all. She was always positive, had a kind word to say to everyone and was the type of person you knew you could always rely on in a crisis. Amy was also deeply considerate of others in her personal and professional life - a $300 tax refund she received was promptly contributed to charities.

Amy's sister recalled: "She loved the Beatles and was devastated when John Lennon was shot, although she was only 8 at the time."

On September 16, 2001, Amy's friends gathered at Strawberry Fields in New York City's Central Park to remember Amy.


  1. I didn't even know Amy died until a couple of years later. That's what happens with college friends you know someone, hang out, graduate and then you move on with your life. Amy was one of the most caring, non-violent, peace loving person I remember from college.....The world is a much sadder place without her...
    College buddy....

  2. Amy was my best friend growing. She lived directly behind me and I would hop the fence and spend more time at her house than I did at my own. Her mom was the absolute sweetest woman in the world. As we got older we didn't hang out as much but still ran in the same circles. When I heard what happened to her I was shocked and every September 11th I think about all the good times we had growing up. Watching Animal House, Willy Wonka and her obsession with Duran Duran. When I hear one of their songs she's the 1st person I think of.
    Till we meet again Amy.


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