Paul Battaglia

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Our lives were forever altered by this tragic strike on America and our family; but we continue with the strength and grace of God and our memories of Paul. Cousin Mary
Mary Cook, Family
Sep 10 2015 9:46PM
The BIG smile on Paul's face every morning always warms me. I worked with Paul on the 100th floor. Although, I was no longer working there for almost 1 month prior to the tragedy, but Paul will always call me up and say ' Azmee ... when are we gonna hang out' The lunches at South Street Seaport with Ivy, the after hour drinks in Aubette with Armand and Andrew ... now that I'm back in Malaysia, and working for American Express, I miss my fellow Marsh collegues. It has never been the same. Paul..you are brilliant and charming. Marsh lost an asset! I still listen to the cds you made for me. And on 9/11/03, I will play it here in Kuala Lumpur, and you would say ... terrrrrific!! with a big smile :)
Azleen Azmee, Friend
Sep 9 2003 6:49AM
Paul worked with Marsh Risk Finance during the summer of 1998 when we were still at the 125 Broad Steet address. He was such a fine young man and quickly acquired the nickname 'Rocket' by his young associates because of his wizardry with the computer. We did not know that Paul had become a full-time employee until the terrible event of 9/11/01. My heart goes out to Paul's family and friends for this untimely, unnecessary loss. Regina Motreuil [formerly Marsh Risk Finance] 9/17/02
Regina M. Motreuil, Colleague
Sep 17 2002 2:34PM
To view the online tributes to paul by his friends and family, go to http://www.battaglia.org (Paul's personal website) and http://www.pauljbattaglia.com
Nicholas Venti, Friend
Apr 9 2002 9:55PM
A shining star, he was one of the brightest and happiest people that I've ever had the pleasure of meeting. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Paul's family and close friends.
Paul Friel, Colleague
Apr 4 2002 8:19AM