Philip M. Rosenzweig-9-11-Tribute-Project-2996
Philip M. Rosenzweig was a passenger on American Airlines Flight 11 when terrorists hijacked it on September 11, 2001 and directed the plane into the north tower of New York’s World Trade Center. He was on his way to California for a meeting as director of the Boston Center for Networking. Rosenzweig worked with technology companies such as Apple and Sony.
Phil was known as the reliable one in the family. He kept his papers in order, and he never missed appointments. He even remembered to call his parents, Harold and Evelyn, once a week and send them cards for their anniversary and birthdays. “He was a very methodical person,” said his father. “His whole life.”
He leaves his wife, Lauren (Suskin), and two sons, Jeremy and Max.
Phil and Lauren met on a Boston Harbor cruise and immediately clicked — partly since they grew up near to each other in New York.
Lauren say’s “He was very much into his family. He loved being with his family. He was also into sports cars and he was a good tennis player.”