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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
  • Happy Birthday, Scott. Want you to know we are all thinking of you and miss you terribly.
    Mom, Dad, Patrick and Nana

    James C. "Rick" Cahill, Father
  • “When someone dies, a cloud turns into an angel and flies up to tell God to put another flower on a pillow. A bird gives the message back to the world and sings a silent prayer that makes the rain cry. People disappear, but they never really go away. The spirits up there put the sun to bed, wake up grass, and spin the Earth in dizzy circles. Sometimes you can see them dancing in a cloud during the daytime, when they’re supposed to be supposed to be sleeping. They paint the rainbows, the sunsets, make waves splash and tug at the tide. They toss shooting stars and listen to wishes. And when they sing windsongs, they whisper to us, don’t miss me too much. The view is nice and I’m doing just fine.” Author – Ashley
    Scott, you are always in our thoughts and hearts. We miss you. Diana & CoeEllen

    Diana Hein, friend
  • 5/27/03

    Still can’t believe you are gone. Miss you terribly. Think about you every day.
    Happy 32nd Birthday.
    Mom, Dad, Patrick and Nana

    Rick Cahill, Father
  • 30 October 2003

    Rest in Peace Brother Setonian.

    We will never forget.

    Christopher Roche, Fellow SHP Grad
  • May 27, 2004
    Happy Birthday Scott. Life has not been the same without you. We all miss you and think about you a lot.
    Mom, Dad, Patrick and Nana

    Rick Cahill, Father
  • 5/27/05

    Happy Birthday Dude! It doesn’t get any easier as the years go by. We still miss you and will always love you.

    Mom, Dad, Patrick and Nana

    Rick Cahill, Father
  • I do not think people not affected by this tragedy will ever understand the depth of our losses. Ther are many friends of ours who contact us every year but the general public just want us to go away and move on. Rest assured Scott, we will never go away and will never be able to move on.
    Your brother is starting right offensive tackle for the Seton Hall Prep sophomore football team. He is 5 feet 10 and 225 pounds. He can kick my butt! And his number of choice…..71. He thinks about you all the time.
    We have not forgotten and urge everyone to never forget.
    Love ya!!!!!


    RickCahill, Father
  • Mr.Cahill,
    Today is Sept 8th,2008. I live in a small town in Indiana and I want you to know that not everyone has forgotten your loss and all of those who were changed that day by the loss of a loved one. It still shocks and saddens me to think that anyone or any country would feel that they have the right to consiously destroy so many innocents. I am so sorry for your loss and will continue to mourn with you. I believe through God’s love you will see your son again someday.

    Nancy, someone who cares
  • Mr. Cahill,
    I did not know your son, but I, like all of America was forever changed on Sept.11, 2001. I remember exactly where I was and what I was doing when I heard something happened in New York. I remember not thinking that much about it, cause the reports I got were not detailed and not filled with so much urgency. I also remember getting in my car after work, turning on the radio and finding that every station was talking about it. I got home and turned on the TV and every channel was covering it, I then remember the feeling in the pit of my stomach when I realized the extent of what happened. I want you to know that I don’t want you to ‘just go away’ I lost a child as an infant before she had a chance to develope a personality, have conversations with or live her life. The pain is enormous and I can not imagine yours. So don’t ever think that as time goes on we forget or expect you to. Keep your memories of your son alive always. And always remember so that noone forgets. My prayers go out to you. T.Gibson in PA.

    T.Gibson, none
  • May 27, 2009
    Happy Birthday Scott. Miss you terribly.

    Rick Cahill, Father
  • May 27 2010
    Happy Birthday Scott!
    You are loved and missed more than ever.

    Mom, Dad and Patrick

    Rick Cahill, Father
  • Mr. Cahill
    Today on the anniversary of 9/11, somehow (just clicking on the letter “c”) I came across your tribute to your son and I am sitting here crying like I did on that day. I have 3 children and cant imagine the pain you must have experienced that day. Rest assured your son is not forgotten. My son is playing in a high school football game up at Rutgers stadium (battle of the preps)…I will show him this page and ask him to dedicate his game tonight in memory of your son.

    Ann, None
  • To the father of Scott Cahill, Rick:

    I have read the tributes to your wonderful son and was particularly touched by your remarks about “never forgetting.” I want you to know that I will never forget and each year I read about the survivors and families left behind.

    This year (2010) I have devoted to reading every single tribute to the Cantor Fitzgerald murdered employees. I had no intention of posting a message until I read yours, because I realize how important it is for me to tell you that there are many, many complete strangers who will NEVER, EVER FORGET!!! I am but one of thousands that live in Arizona and pay tribute to your son and the thousands others by lighting desert candles and embracing as a community every 9/11.

    God bless you and thank you for sharing your beautiful son with those of us who truly do care to know him.

    ~ An American with a heart and a good memory, Kathleen

    Kathleen Evans, Fellow American
  • on FB I “Liked” the 9/11 wall remembrance” and they randomly gave me a person we lost on this tragic day 10 years ago. I received Scott Walter Cahill. I just Google his name to see if their was any information on the person I received to be displayed on my page and I found this page. What a beautiful plaque. What a wonderful plaque a beautiful remembrance. His name will stick with me forever now. I travel to the city very frequently and on my next trip I hope to go to NJ to see this beautiful plaque. I am so sorry for your loss. Thinking about you.

    I also found this page. So nice to read about his life. Thinking of Scott and his family. Best Wishes to you all.

    Jen Albany, NY

    Jennifer Albright, Well wisher to family.
  • Don’t worry Mr. Cahill. I for one will never, ever forget! And, I pray every night for all of these beautiful people who was taken from all of us! God Bless You! Such a loyal father!!

    Len McCabe, None

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