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|Peter V. Genco
Date of Birth: October 18, 1964
Department: Trader, U.S. Government Agency Desk
We miss you so much. The world is a changed place since you left us on that beautiful, blue day.
You’ve been away a million years, and two minutes too. I feel I just saw you, but sometimes I feel you are memory from a long time ago.
Either way, I miss you, we all miss you, more than words can say. You are always on my mind, and forever in my heart.
I refer so often, to things you would do or say–things like–“hence the name”, or “so long–crabby”, and, OFTEN, I find myself reflecting on “Peter-ism’s–the way you had the drivers seat in the car aligned like a Dentist’s Chair, or the funny way you tucked your tie into your shirt when you ate.!
All of the above are just the memories of a sister, and the way she reflects back on a brother at a time so inopportune, and unfortunate, that she shouldn’t be looking back, she should be looking forward!
But, I’m not looking forward to an aI’mt life with you–i’m forced to look back on the years we were together. And I want others to know what a wonderful person you are.
A gentle, eager and caring father, who barely got to know what fatherhood was all about.
A loving and kind husband who made family his first priority.
A good son whose heart was always in the right place.
A brother who was just that–a brother.
I learned (and I guess I’m still learning) so much from you. I learned the importance of hard work, honesty, knowing a little bit about a lot of things, being a good listener, reading A LOT, and making family a priority.
I reflect now and I realize, that you, without knowing it, taught me so much. We are all so devastated by your loss. You are with us everywhere in mind and in spirit.
At a certain point, history tells us that we should “move on”, or be “getting over it”. But, I am one sister, who wants the world to know, that I’m not “getting over it.”
I mourn my loss of my only brother, Peter, every day, and I will for the rest of my life.
No one can take away a human being–without also taking a piece of all those who loved him.
I will miss you and love you, every day of my life,