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A construction worker fell to his death from a New York skyscraper. This is a tragedy that no family should endure. Please send your condolences ...
A construction worker fell to his death from a New York skyscraper. This is a tragedy that no family should endure. Please send your condolences during this difficult time.
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I didnt no you except working near yas on that job. Hello/Goodbye
I was one of the plumbers that day watching you guys work. I was setting tubs that morning on the 42nd floor.
We were having our coffee break when the tragedy happened. Not many seen what i seen and visions are still in my head. The name stayed fresh in my head for years. I say a prayer evertime i drive by 42nd 11th. Im workin across the st at 44th n 11th now and there takin that crane down now. Watchin them today put that terrible day fresh in my head again. Just wanted to share and get this off my chest. RIP. Glad i found this
You could always bring us together
And the bad news, the sad news traveled fast
The sky even cried the night you died
And we met to say good-bye
And we shared our memories of the good times
The shopping center, the Inn, the Pub . . .
Nights at the Arboretum, Speaks, OBI . . .
Grateful Dead, Aerosmith, Blue Oyster Cult . . .
Driving around or just hanging out
There was always your quick wit and devilish smile
You could always be counted on
As a friend, a backup and a brother
And now it’s been two years since you left us
But we when we get together
You’re still with us in our hearts
We love you and miss you
The picture of your bike
Parked without a rider
Says it all
4 years, 6 months
birthday smiles to u today ,and always
Anthony was the brother of the greatest love of my life, his sister Josephine. They loved one another through thick and thin. Jo always loked out for Anthony as a loving sister should. She was the quintessential woman, filled with a pure heart and a beautiful soul. They are both home now, in complete serenity and peace. They taught those around them the true meaning of love. I kept in touch with Jo almost til her death. I will never forget her, or her family. I love her still and I can't wait to see them again in our Lord's Paradise. Jim Veltre
My heart goes out to this family. A terrible tragedy.
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