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Date of Birth: February 9, 1953
Department: Securities Lending
Position: Limited Partner
My father was the most loving, caring and hard working person I will know. His colleagues called him friend, his neighbors knew him as a good person, and I as a father. He was always there for me through good and bad. Whether I brought home a failing test grade or had a solo in the band.
We couldn’t be any closer unless we were attached at the hip. We did everything together from fishing to riding roller coasters in Florida. We would spend hours hunting and come home with nothing but fresh air in our lungs. I cherish the memories of our travels. No matter where it was, Florida, Arizona, Rome, Paris, or London he always made the trip enjoyable.
I think I will miss him the most when the annual events come around. Like last year’s family ski trip, when he fell down the Dawfinganger, a double black diamond mountain.
I liked going to his desk in the 104th floor twice a year to spend time with him, his employees and friends who became like another family. In that office family a lot of others were lost; Louie, Smitty, Lorraine, Joe, Turtle, Ian, Bo and Spider. I will miss them all.
In 1993’s bombing my father held the hands of two women all the way down. I believe on September 11, 2001 he held hands and stayed with his friends till the end. I know this because he is my father – the greatest man I will ever know.
Sabrina Dimino, 14 (daughter)
My Lover, My Life
My Companion, My Counselor
My Dance Partner and Driver
My Skiing and Swimming Buddy
My Handyman and Hunter
My Best Friend, Father to my Child
My Husband, My Heartbreak
My Love Eternal
Nancy B. Dimino, wife