About Noah

Our grandson Noah was murdered in his classroom in Sandy Hook, CT, on December 14, 2012.  He had just turned six. Our world will never be the same...


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  1. Thanks for much for including us on the life of this beautiful angel. I know that there is nothing that I can say right now that will comfort you or the family members. As much as the shooting of these angels breaks my heart, I am also releived to see that there is more good today than evil. Still wish that this is just a very bad dream but then reality strikes. I have lost a child and I know that the pain will always be there. The wound may heal but the scar remains forever. Pray that with time, the families will overcome this tragedy and live with good memories of these angels.

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  2. I want to thank you for sharing too. It is late here, I have to work an evening shift tomorrow so I have saved your page to my favourites and others on Noah and will read this more fully over the next two days. He is a beautiful boy and as the other poster says the pain is bound to be there ongoing, I have a 3 yr old and can't imagine what you must be going through and it makes me cry when ever I read about everything and about Noah himself, everyone loves your Noah. It pains me to even remember that this tradgedy happened and I really wish it never had, it's so very sad. God bless xx

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  3. I know you are in a better place now Noah, a place fully of peacefulness BY GOD SIDE and watching over us who still here on earth. I need to confess you little angel Noah that there ain't one single day that i don't think about you, it feels like if you were part of my life, like my own son means to me,my son is almost your age and each time i look into your eyes i wish you never had gotten go trough the pain you went trough, a angel like you shouldn't never had died the way you did, i wish all that bullets had gotten into my body instead of yours, so you never had to felt all that pain. I PROMISE YOU THAT I WILL CELEBRATE YOUR BIRTHDAY EVERY YEAR FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE, EVERY 11/20 WILL BE AN SPECIAL DAY IN MY LIFE DEDICATED TO YOU MY ANGEL NOAH..YOU WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBER FOR ALL OF US... R.I.P

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  4. I have an image of Noah being very brave and trying to defend himself and his classmates against this killer. Having just (probably) been learning about The Brave Maccabees and his love for 'karate/ninja' he would have hesitated to take the offensive. Brave little Warrier! He says he's 'safe'. I don't know where these images came from, but based on the fact that he had so many injuries and where a couple were .. I just had this sense/image come over me. Please accept my deepest condolences.

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  5. Sorry,*correction* he would NOT have hesitated to take action!

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  6. Sorry, he would NOT have hesitated.

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  7. The Sweetest face. In your sorrow I thank you for sharing Noah and through your posts of him and your Family allowing me to grieve with you. My heart is broken, only Heaven holds the answer.

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  8. In memory of the Sweetest face I pray for some peace for you and your Family. I so appreciate your blogs, and as a huge bread lover I will check in on your bread blogs whenever the time comes when I will have to rely on my memory of our beloved Noah. A. Saratoga CA.

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  9. Thank you for another picture of Noah and for a little glimpse of how you all and especially the girls are dealing with loss of our beloved Noah. A. Saratoga, CA.

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  10. Thank you for the picture of the precious hands. A. Saratoga, CA.

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  11. Thank you for a beautiful story. Reva, Studio City, CA

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  12. Your words are beautiful. Ann, Saratoga, CA

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  13. I accidently stumbled upon your blog. I am so happy I found you. Prayers being sent from Tyndall, South Dakota. For you. For your daughter. And for everyone Noah touched both in life and now in death. Peace.

    Amy S. Petrik,
    Tyndall, SD

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  14. I donated some dollars via paypal to the official website the other day for Noah as what he endured breaks my heart and makes me feel he had it worse than the others though I shouldn't say that as they all suffered but Noah was the only one to have 11 bullets in his little gorgeous body and the whole thing hasn't left my mind and makes me so angry, sad, and upset for Noah, his family, and the other victims and families. I sent a message with the donation to say please ensure it goes directly to the Pozner family as that is where I want this to end up. I also contacted the white house Obama with a strong message that I was disgusted at what happened and having just read the more graphic details from a newspaper online that Noahs Mother had fully fed back to a Jewish Rabi on how Noahs body was blasted and brutalized as they all were and how evil it all was, especially that he lost some of his face and his left hand, how unbelievably evil can a person be to do such a thing! I was in tears again as I did not realize how bad that little boy had been attacked as well as the others of course, but Noah I believe had it the worst and it just breaks my heart completely and is a reason I cry most days over this, I can't imagine anything more horrible for 6 yrs and 7 yr olds to have endured, it is so unfair. I messaged President Obama to request that as a President he must stop this gun problem right now, not tomorrow as it was already too late when this tradgedy happened, and he should just ban guns and make them illegal to own or possess as I can't see any other way for this problem to improve otherwise as some citizens in the US are just too gun happy and don't want to view it any other way which is wrong as far as I am concerned, more guns does not make a place safer, it makes it more dangerous, and making guns illegal to own or possess at least will make it harder for this to occur again or for a weapon to end up in the wrong hands as this did. It was so unjust and so unfair that the coward took it out on innocent young defenceless victims who could not defend themselves, when it was himself he should have eliminated at the start not the end, and at least Noah and the others would still be with their families physically now. I wish I could wave a magic wand and bring them all back again, or make this whole thing go back so it could be prevented from happening in the first place. I feel bad for you all, so I can't imagine how much harder it must be for how the parents are all feeling right now, unbearable I should think xxxx I cry for Noah, Dylan and all of them but this little boy has really touched my heart and I feel heartfelt pain over it, it's so unfair. Noah was adorable and a beautiful boy and everything the man who robbed him of his life was not, which was a coward, jealous of children with love and happiness he likely lacked in himself for others, I wish he'd taken himself out at the start and not taken it out on these innocent precious victims who did not deserve any of what occured to them. R.I.P dearest Noah Pozner, you are missed and very much loved, I am sure you know that too, and you look just like your loving wonderful Mother xx

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  15. My tears will never end, Heavenly rest sweet Noah. A. Saratoga, CA

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  16. I read your updates daily, you are truly inspiring in your words. God Bless you. Noah is beautiful.

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  17. MC, My thoughts are with you and Veronique and the children today. I know this must be a difficult one. As you continue to grieve, I pray you feel comfort and peace, as warm and soft as the snuggliest blanket on a cold day.

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  18. I am so confused now. Please check this out and there are more on youtube.com http://www.infowars.com/sandy-hook-shooting-active-shooter-drill-confirmed-by-law-enforcement-raises-suspicion-of-false-flag-operation/

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  19. Who can say more about such an event, or the loss of such dear ones. “How” is a hollow word. “Why” is not. Somehow, this person slipped through caring people. It happens in all of our communities. Yet, there is no reason to work together to help troubled children, troubled people. It means involvement, a demanding job on top of busy lives. It means communities that set up structures to help provide constructive, caring attention to prevent such detachment and anger from ever raising its ugly head again.

    Make that school a place of laughter and learning and drown out the tears with hope for a better future. Make lives light with love and compassion for others. Take this as darkness before the dawn and provide a beacon of leadership for a better future. From what you have said of this wondrous little boy, Noah would vote “Yes.”

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  20. I stumbled on this blog by accident. Thank you for sharing your memories of Noah and making sure he will never be forgotten. All the children who died that day were precious, but for some reason that I can't explain, Noah's image is stuck in my mind and I keep thinking of him. He had such a beautiful smile. My heart goes out to his mother and his entire family, especially his twin sister who lost a big part of herself. Please continue to share his photos and talk about him. We have to keep the memory of these kids alive.

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  21. I am so sorry for your loss. I know the entire community is and will always be greiving the loss of all the beautiful children. I have seen so many of the facebook and internet posting about this being a hoax and can't imagine how much more pain that causes. I hope that some family members will step foward to stop the hurtful rumors that are spreading. God bless you all

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  22. What happened on December 14th has truley changed me forever. There is nothing I can say besides not an hour goes by (literally, not an hour) that Noah isnt in my head. It has been well over a month now, and still, every single day I cry. I don't feel myself anymore. Noah is on my mind constantly.
    I pray for your family, I am a complete stranger and Noah has a huge impact on my daily life, I can just image what your family is going thru.

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    1. I feel the same way. This has resonated with me, and I think about Noah and the others several times a day, its like he was a family member. I hope and pray that Noah and the other beautiful children are at peace, they did not deserve what they got, and whether its symptomatic of a sick society, I don't know. You have to question whether something is really awry today, when this happens to innocent, beautiful children. We love you, Noah.

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  23. I feel exactly the same way. I can't put into words how sad I feel. I look at this beautiful child everyday and cry. I think about your family, and talk to my collegues about you everyday. I tell them how Noah has touched people literally around the world. I think about sweet little Arielle and how this will affect her life. My heart is broken for your family. I appreciate your generosity of sharing personal memories of your darling grandchildren. I'm in awe of Mrs. Pozner and her strength. I noticed that today they wrote an article in one of Toronto's largest newspapers about her unconditional love, and am so glad that more people will see why I was so drawn to your family. May God bless all of you, and protect you from any further harm. I also hope that one day you will once again feel ready to blog and let everyone know how you are all doing. You will not be forgotten.

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  24. Dear Lenny,

    If you are reading this, I am praying for you too. We all love your son and your family. G-d Bless you.

    Eric
    Burke VA

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  25. I just read of Veronique's remarks to the Connecticut panel on gun control and I was so very moved I wanted to reach out just to tell you/her what an incredibly brave and inspiring woman she is. I live in Toronto and read an article published on January 22, in the Toronto Star about her decision to have an open casket. Your words, bravery and tact inspired me and I just wanted to tell you directly. I hope with all of my heart that this changes the way forward. With oceans of love, Amy

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  26. I just read of Veroniques remarks to the Connecticut panel on gun control and I was so very moved I wanted to reach out just to tell you/she what an incredibly brave and inspiring woman she is. I live in Toronto and read an article published on January 22, in the Toronto Star about the family's decision to have an open casket. Your words, bravery and tact inspired me and I just wanted to tell you directly. I hope with all of my heart that this changes the way forward. With oceans of love, Amy

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  27. My Love for children and for bread I appreciate your sentiments. I can envision the antics of Noah and the crown of bread I can also see him in his heavenly crown. I know your arrival at home was bittersweet with so many reminders of your preparations for the holiday and when the joy stopped. Your description of what you encountered stepping into your house was the saddest homecoming. In taking down our Christmas tree and decorations my thoughts were when we put the tree up and decorated the house Noah was here and no doubt anticipating the holiday but after Dec. 14 the lights on the beautiful tree dimmed. I am happy you are home but I do know home will never be the same. I pray God's continued Blessings on you and your Family and please know you all will never be forgotten. Thank you in your times of sorrow you left some beautiful words for us. Ann, Saratoga, CA

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  28. I have been following your posts from a far in New Zealand, and Noah has become very special to me. I hope one day soon you begin to bake again. I hope it is therapeutic for you, and as you say, you have your other grandchildren to enrich your lives as well.
    Words are often not enough, so I won't go on, just know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers every day.
    Kia kaha - stay strong (in Maori) xx

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  29. Today the 14th of Feb. is my daughter's birthday, joy for me and great sorrow for you. My thoughts early this morning was of Noah and those precious souls. How precious is your Grand Daughter saying her talent is to love even though her beloved Brother was taken from her by someone who had no love nor mercy. In remembrance of Noah, I pray your night will turn to dawn knowing those beautiful memories of Noah will always give you comfort. Prayers for you and your Family. Ann, Saratoga, CA.

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  30. I pray for Noah everyday.

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  31. I am a mother of a 5 year old in public school in CT, not far from Newtown. I think of Noah and his classmates every single day. The pain of your loss is almost unbearable, but please know that there are so many of us who share it with you, even though we did not know your darling Noah or the other children who lost their lives that day. We will never forget them, we still cry for them, and we hope that you take comfort in knowing that there are so many lives that you and precious Noah have touched, and that we send you our comfort and love every single day.

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  32. M.C., My heart is broken for the loss of your grandchild, Noah. He touched a special place in my heart, for I am the mother of 4 young boys. Noah has a sparkle in his eyes just like my 7-year old, Tate. The dark eyes and dark hair along with a huge grin. Noah could have been my son. I pray for your strength. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

    Dawnya

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  33. Though I never met your Noah, I know instinctively I would have adored him. My first job was as a kindergarten teacher. He would have been one of the ones who brightened my every day. I love all of his pictures, such a photogenic, beautiful face. You epitomize grace under the worst conditions. I love to read what you write about your family. And I am hoping for the best possible outcome in your own health, too. Thank you for your words.

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  34. I did not forget his day. God's Blessings on you and your Family. Sweet memories I know will give you all some peace.

    Prayers
    Ann, Saratoga, CA

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  35. I remembered, Bless you and your Family.

    Ann, Saratoga

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  36. I will never stop thinking of Noah.
    Not for the rest of my life.
    I think of him every day, and cry, over and over again.

    He resembles my 7 year old son Deven, physically and in personality. I hold my son tight, and somehow feel a little sense of comfort, as though I am also hugging Noah. They are so much alike.

    The world seems different after Noah died. A sorrowful, emptiness fills my heart, and although it's heavy for all 20 children, and their families who are enduring such pain and longing for their little loved ones, Noah has truly penetrated my heart and soul. I suppose it's because when I look at my son, It's also Noah that looks back at me, and I just want to hold him and hold him, as though I can will him hard enough to come back.

    Some of today's prominent physicists suggest that the mathematics supports the existence of an infinite number of Earths where everyone exists in a different reality on each. Well, why did we have to get this Earth where Noah is lost to us? I don't like this one at all. The trees and the fields are greening up, the birds are singing, and the blooms are finally coming out, but I just can't enjoy it all like I used to every year for as long as I've lived, because Noah can't any longer.

    I don't believe in multiple Earths. There's just one, and this is it. Just like there was only one beautiful, precious Noah. He was robbed of his precious life and his priceless future. If only that monster who took his life had just turned the gun on himself that morning instead of making the effort to go to the school. If only....

    I wish all the families of this tragedy the very best in life. I can't think of anything worse than what they've already endured and will continue to endure for the rest of their lives. This is a horrific nightmare that no one will ever wake up from.

    I will never forget. I will never allow myself to. Noah...you are forever in my heart.

    Vesna.
    Ontario, Canada.

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  37. June 14, 2013
    I have not forgotten Noah and his classmates, it would have been summer vacation for them, Family vacations and all the wonderful things children get to do in summer, remembering summers when I was a child and all the memories of my own children on those summer days. I always love hearing children playing outside on summer evenings, some little voices are missing.

    My continued prayers.
    Ann, Saratoga, CA

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  38. my thoughts are with you. Hugs from overseas to you and your family, especially your daughter - what a courageous loving woman...

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