Category Archives: C

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  Stephen Jeffrey Cangialosi

Date of Birth: August 15, 1961
Position: Municipal Bond Broker


A couple of days ago I realized that a hero doesn’t have to be a baseball player, soccer player, actor, or a movie star. A hero can be somebody who is sitting right next to you. This person could be your hero because they love you or did something nice for you or even for just being your friend. I wrote something about my hero and I would like to share it with you:

My hero is my Dad, Stephen Jeffrey Cangialosi. He is very special to me because he spent lots of time with me and loved me very much. Before I went to sleep every night he would say, “I Love You.” He always did things with me like checking my homework, playing catch, and having snowball fights in the winter. I will remember him when I play baseball, tennis and swim. I will put up lots of pictures of him to remember him. My dad is an American Hero!

Jeffrey Cangialosi, Son

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  Louis Caporicci

Date of Birth: May 29, 1966
Department: Global Securities Lending
Position: Vice President, Partner

I never knew any body personally in the september 11th disaster let alone lose someone because of it.
But! even so, i’d like you to know that i am deeply saddened by all of this, how some one could destroy the people that are precious and innocent to all of you, and to us British that are solemnly and always with you.
words cannot describe the atrocities that happened and words cannot heal the many broken hearts.
You and those that were lost are always in our thoughts, always, i just wish that there was more i could do to ease pain.
God bless us all
forever and always

Aimee Louise, 16yr old UK girl

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  Leonard M. Castrianno

Date of Birth: February 9, 1971
Department: Trading Desks

Leonard  was a wonderful brother(Twin) as well as a friend. Family meant so much to him. He enoyed life because of his family and friends. He could brighten anyone’s day with his smile. Christmas was his favorite time of year especially when he could wake with my kids and see their smile on Christmas morning. Now he is sharing his smile with others that need him and looking down upon us as our Guardian Angel.

Memories Keep Those We Love Close to us Forever:

Hold fast to your memories,to all of the cherished moments of the past to the blessings and the laughter the joys and the celebrations the sorrow and the tears.They all add up to a treasure of fond yesterdays that you shared and spent together and they keep the one you loved close to you in spirit and thought. The special moments and memories in your life will never change. They will always be in your heart,today and forevermore.

I Will cherish our memories, I Love You Leonard

Leigh Macadlo, Twin Sister

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  Brian Cachia

Date of Birth: July 20, 1975
Position: Technical Support Specialist

Brian worked as a Technical Support Specialist for Cantor Fitzgerald on the 103rd floor in the North Tower of the World Trade Center.
He was single, young, and looking forward to marrying and having a family.
Brian loved to ski, fish and was a true Mets, Giants, and Knicks fan.
He loved animals, music and wrote his own compositions.
Brian left behind family and friends that mourn and miss him deeply.
We Will Always Have Him In Our Hearts.

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Brian’s family

Brian’s family,

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  Scott Walter Cahill

Date of Birth: May 27, 1971
Position: Broker, Municipal Bonds

While we all try to only recollect the good the good memories of our loved ones, I am hard pressed to remember any bad times with Scott. Oh, there were times of conflict during the teenage years, but that is to be expected and is a part of developing who we are.
Scott was first and foremost a devoted son. Devoted to his mother and to his younger brother who is 21 years younger than him. His brother was very lucky. It is almost like having two fathers with that age spread. Scott’s knowledge and gentleness has helped develop his brother’s attitude and personality. That can never be replaced.
Scott came to be my best friend. We are in the same business so we had much to talk about at the end of the day over dinner. No one else in the family knew what we were talking about. Now, I have no one to talk to about the Muni market over dinner. Don’t worry, Scott, I talk to you every night anyway.
I am glad you built your brother a tree house because I could never do it.
Who will I play golf with this summer?
Who will cousin Bob share his Guinness with this summer?
Who will teach your brother how to snowboard this winter?
I will never get over the pain. I will never stop missing you; my heart is forever broken.
So many feelings, not enough words.
We will never stop loving you.
My beloved son, rest in peace.

James C. “Rick” Cahill, Father