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Profiles of people killed or missing after the terrorist attacks.
Joseph John Coppo, 47, of New Canaan, Conn.: Vice-president of municipal bonds at Cantor Fitzgerald. He was born in New York and grew up in Baldwin Cove on Long Island. He graduated from Maria Regina High School and Manhattan College, where he was captain of the baseball team. He was involved in organizing and coaching youth sports and he was the president of the New Canaan Baseball Association. He leaves his wife, Patricia; daughter, Kathleen; and sons, Joseph III, Matthew, and John. "He was everybody's best friend. I know he was mine," his daughter said.
Robert Gerlich, 56, of Monroe, Conn.: He was a re-insurance consultant who was working for Guy Carpenter. He was born and grew up in New York City and graduated from St. John's University. He was a sergeant in the Air Force before he became a re-insurance consultant. He liked sports and was a big fan of the New York Mets. He leaves his wife, Rochelle; and sons Daniel and Matthew; and sister, Lorraine Gerlich, of Mission Viejo, Calif.
Michael Rothberg, 39, of Old Greenwich, Conn., formerly of Sharon.: Managing director at Cantor Fitzgerald. Rothberg grew up in Sharon and graduated from Sharon High School in 1980. He earned his master's degree in computer science and mathematics from McGill University in 1986. He enjoyed the outdoors, boating, and kayaking. This summer Rothberg rented a house in Chatham for two weeks and hosted his parents, sister, and friends. "We had just spent a family vacation in the Cape during the last two weeks of July. It was something we had never done before," said Rhonda, Michael's sister. In addition to his sister, Michael leaves his parents, Jay and Iris, and his grandmother, Celia.
Thomas Francis Theurkauf, 44, of Stamford, Conn.: An executive vice president and board member at Keefe, Bruyette and Woods. Born and raised in Glastonbury, Conn., Theurkauf received his bachelor's degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA from Dartmouth's Amos Tuck School. An expert on banking issues, he was a frequent guest on CNBC and was quoted in several New England newspapers. He leaves his wife, Robin, three sons, Thomas, Edward and Charles, his parents, a brother, and two sisters.
Michael Uliano, 41, of Aberdeen, N.J., formerly of Canton: A trader at Cantor Fitzgerald, Uliano grew up in Canton and graduated from Canton High School in 1978. He played football in high school, then at Cushing Academy and Ithaca College. At Cushing, he met his lifelong friend, Vinny Abate, who also worked at Cantor Fitzgerald and is among the missing. Michael lived in New Jersey with his wife Linda, and also acted in off-Broadway plays. He enjoyed flyfishing at Coast Guard Beach in Eastham and the New Jersey shore. He made his own flyfishing lures, selling them over the Internet. In addition to his wife, he also leaves his mother and eight brothers and sisters.