Bill Moskal

Family Tribute:William David Moskal (Bill) was born August 17,1951 in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. At the time of his death, Bill had been living for the past 12 years in Brecksville, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland. Bill was a risk consultant for Marsh and specialized in heavy construction. His trip to New York was to put him on more of a national level and he was very much up to it. Bill loved his work and he still had much to offer. The family that is left behind and broken-hearted over his loss is Bill’s wife of 22 years, Lorraine, a 19 year old daughter, Jessie, a sophomore at Indiana University and 13 year old son, Andy. Bill was the most attentive father. He coached many sports in his community as Andy grew up...baseball, football and basketball. They also enjoyed tennis, fishing, cycling and travel together. He had planned on coaching in the community for many years, even after Andy grew up. Jessie is a journalism major at IU and Bill was very proud of her. They had spent a lot of time trying to finding the right college. There were many trips and much discussion, but once she made her choice, Bill was thrilled to have his daughter attend one of the best journalism schools in the country, and it didn’t hurt being a part of the Big Ten, either. Both children miss their dad very much. He put them ahead of everything, they always knew it, and now they have wonderful memories of his love and commitment to them. Lorraine has a lifetime of memories to help sustain her, too. They had just started to think about their golden years and so looked forward to spending time together as the children got older. Bill had a great sense of humor and it was hard to take anything seriously for any length of time...he was just fun. And when Bill was home, there was always music in the house, from classical to opera to jazz...he required it like air to breath. Bill’s mental therapy only required gardening and yard work. He loved to landscape and he was very creative. It was a great day for him if he spent it in the yard with his beloved boxers, Mike and Zelda, and the dirtier he got, the happier he was. Bill, we are left with an enormous void in our lives, a void that can only be filled with unconditional love that transcends all dimensions, even death. What a glorious day it will be when we all meet again!

Our love for you is endless, Lorraine, Jessie and Andy.

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I met Bill at one of the company picnics many years ago. I am Bob and Patricia Frisby's eldest daughter. As all of you know, Bill was an amazing man and he had the kindest heart! I told my 16 year old daughter how I met him and how he was taken too soon on that tragic day. She says she wished she could've met him. God Bless, Jennifer L. Frisby
Jennifer Frisby, Friend
Mar 4 2017 11:01PM
Dear Lorraine and Kids: Another year has gone and I found myself crying today as I watched a 9/11 video and listened to Alan Jackson's "Where were you..." My prayers and thoughts for closure remain with you. In fact, when I saw Bill's name at Ground Zero last year and visited Shanksville this summer, you were in my thoughts. Blessings to you and Bill.
Sean Brennan, Friend
Sep 29 2016 10:35AM
I miss Bill and his raspy sense of humor. His face was the first that came to my mind on this anniversary.
Mike, Colleague
Sep 12 2016 1:47PM
Bill. We will never forget you. Thinking of Lorraine, Jessie and Andy again this year. 15 years have gone by so quickly. Sometimes it seems like it was a long time ago; but every anniversary makes it seem like it was just yesterday. God bless you and your family and all the colleagues we lost that day.
Cindy, Colleague
Sep 11 2016 9:22PM
Hard to believe it has been 15 years. I tried to remember all the advice you gave during and after your tours of our job site at TelLabs in Naperville, Illinois and I carried them with me thereafter and even into retirement. May God bless you and all of yours and grant you and your family peace.
Phillip J. Sloan, Friend
Sep 11 2016 10:23AM
I am new to the Marsh/Mercer Cleveland office, and today I learned who our "Moskal" Conference room is named after. Although I never knew Mr.Moskal, reading through his tribute and all the comments it is easy to see that those who did were very lucky to have known him, he seemed widely loved and respected. Just wanted his family to know his legacy lives on here, I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless.
Mackenzie Mansour,
Sep 11 2015 5:09PM
I think about you frequently, Bill. You were a special person. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family today.
John Meder, Colleague
Sep 10 2015 9:54PM
Dear Lorraine, Jesse and Andy - my thoughts and prayers are with you today on this 14th anniversary of Bill's passing. Not a day doesn't go by that I don't think of Bill. He is a hero to all of us and will never be forgotten. May he rest in peace and may God bless all of you.
, Colleague
Sep 11 2015 9:48 AM
I worked with Bill on a project in Cincinnati Ohio. It was always a pleasure to see Bill we look forward to his once a month safety audit. I remember him bring his son with him to the trailer and later them going to a Cincinnati Reds game. He loved his family and was a great guy. God Bless Bill's family I keep you in my prayers. Monroe Barnes
Monroe Barnes, Colleague
Sep 11 2014 11:19PM
My Dad, David E. Fischer worked with Mr. Moskal in the Cleveland office of MMPC for over 35 years. Dad spoke very highly of your husband and father. They enjoyed working together! Mr. Moskal and my Dad are together in HEAVEN now and forever. Rest in Peace Mr Moskal and Dad, we love you & miss you.
Debbie Fischer, Friend
Sep 11 2014 2:23PM
Dear Lorraine and kids: I want you to know that you guys are in my thoughts and prayers on this 13th anniversary of 9-11. Although I do not understand the pain you must still feel, I hope that knowing you and Bill are not forgotten helps to assuage it. What brings me comfort personally and hopefully you is knowing that one day we will all be reunited with those we have loved and lost. Continued prayers, Sean
Sean Brennan, Friend
Sep 11 2014 9:51AM
Hi All I ran into Lorraine today walking my in laws dog in Brecksville Ohio..an amazing coincidence on Easter Sunday or should I say 'pre ordained'..it turns out we both share in the 9-11 tragedy..I lost my brother in law Anthony Demas, who used to work at Marsh and was working at AON at the time of the attack..Congrats to Lorraine and her children for marching forward and to my sisters, Vivi and Lydia, who have raised Andoni's two wonderful sons, Nicholas and Andoni To them and all of those who perished, our love and continued support George Veras
George Veras, Friend
Apr 20 2014 3:49PM
Dear Moskal Family: I visited NYC this week and went straight to the Memorial. When I saw Bill' name, I asked a woman for a Kleenex to clean off the area around his name. All of a sudden I began to cry. The Memorial is a tremendous space to reflect. As you know, I did not know Bill, but my prayers continue for him and for all of you. Bill is not forgotten. Prayers, Sean
Sean Brennan, Friend
Mar 28 2014 10:04PM
Dear Moskal family, my prayers go out to you and your family.
Dallas f, Friend
Sep 13 2013 9:23AM
Dear Moskal family, I am deeply sorry for everything you have endured in your lifetimes. I cannot begin to imagine the pain you all have felt, but I am utterly impressed at the amount of strength your family has to push through, especially on this day. Bill is, and always be, a hero to our nation.
Matt U, Friend
Sep 12 2013 11:24PM
To the Moskal family, I am a student in Ohio, and every year i revisit the events september 11th in school, and pray for everyone who had been brought into the events on that day. I wish your family my sincerest, warmest regards;and want to let you know there are always people to help, even in the most darkest of times. The united stats is a large community, and we are all here for each other.
Marc Folkman, Friend
Sep 12 2013 10:58PM
Dear Moskal family and friends, I have no idea what pain and suffering you went through after the loss of a father. I'm just sorry it happened to a man as wonderful as Mr. Moskal was and to a family so young and happy as you seemed. My heart goes out to you and all the other families affected by the results of that horrible day. A family friend of mine was also killed in the 9/11 attacks and his only child is only 14. I am so sorry for the void in your lives. My prayers go out to all of you, Ariel
Ariel C., Friend
Sep 12 2013 7:09PM
Dear Moskal family, I am so sorry for you lose. I didn't know him but I'm sure he was a man of amazing personality and a great husband and father. Prayers go out to your family. He will always be remembered.
Jennifer F, Friend
Sep 12 2013 6:44AM
Dear Moskal Family, I would like to send my condolences to everyone who knew Mr. Moskal. I personally didn't know him, but from what I have heard he will be missed. I was touched by a story that someone told about him today in school that I thought I would leave a note saying I will be praying for him and also his loved ones. You should know that you have family, friends, and the community all supporting through this journey. God bless you and your family and I will always keep Mr. Moskal in my thoughts.
Hannah A, Friend
Sep 11 2013 10:34PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am so deeply sorry for the loss your family endured through this terrible tragedy. I can't imagine the heartbreak your family went through. The Brecksville community continues to pray for you all. I am sincerely sorry. Stay strong and may God bless you always.
Julia F, Friend
Sep 11 2013 10:14PM
Dear Moskal family, another day passes and I'm still always thinking about Bill. Bill was not only a brave man, but he was also a great neighbor. He was very friendly and always gave people a reason to smile. I can't even imagine what you had to go through;not even that day, but even now. I'm sure it's hard but Bill was a great man who will never be forgotten. Not a day goes by where I don't look at that rock in the front of the neighborhood where I just think about Bill and how amazing he was. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. God Bless.
Sarah F., Friend
Sep 11 2013 9:53PM
The Moskal family will forever be engraved into the hearts and minds of anyone who lives in Brecksville. We all suffered many losses on 9/11, some greater than others, yet we look to the future in hopes that we can keep.their memory alive
Chaz B., Friend
Sep 11 2013 9:52PM
Dear Moskal family, My prayers and thoughts go out to you. I personally didn't know you or any of your family members but, your story really touched my heart. Mr. Moskal is a hero to this day and forever will be. God bless you and your family this story will never be forgotten.
Alicia L., Friend
Sep 11 2013 9:32PM
Dear Lorraine, just wanted you to know that I think of you often. Today is the anniversary of your whole world changing. I hope you and your children are well and God bless you .
Sherry depew, Colleague
Sep 11 2013 5:22PM
Dear Mrs. Moskal and Children, I am very sorry you had to endure yet again another anniversary of 9/11. The school I go to, as you would like to know, has mentioned Mr. Moskal's name on the announcements and I wish you could've heard it. It has hit me hard this year like no other because as I am maturing, I have began to let it sink in, I have let it hit me. I was only 3 at the time, so I don't remember it well, but I hope you see the light in it, the positives. I hope you will join with him one day, but not for a long time. Prayers to you, Leah.
Leah B, Friend
Sep 11 2013 5:00PM
Dear Moskal Family, I cant put into enough words how much respect I have for you guys. I can only imagine how hard it is for all of you. Im so glad that i learned about this remberence site for Mr. Moskal in my Government class. I know nothing can help with the pain that you're feeling but i wish you the deepest sympathy. I hope with each year the pain lessens while you still have the special memories from the time you had with him. Your family will always be in my thoughts and prayers.
Hannah W, Friend
Sep 11 2013 4:55PM
Dear Moskal family, I would just like to say I will continue to pray for Mr. Moskal's soul in heaven, and for the healing of your family and all who knew him. Although I did not personally know him, I am deeply touched and express my true sorrow. Mr. Moskal and this day will never be forgotten.
Julia Dean, Friend
Sep 11 2013 4:18PM
Dear Moskal family, My prayers go out to you and your family, on this difficult day. I didnt know Mr. Moskal, but I couldn't imagine how I would feel if I lost someone so dear and close to me. He did a very brave thing that day, going back in to help save people's lives. That is a true hero, and someone we should all look up to!
Gianna Z, Friend
Sep 11 2013 3:06PM
Dear Moskal family, I never really knew Bill, but from what I've just read he seems like he was full of life and an amazing person to be around. I can not begin to understand what these past years have been like, but I imagine things have been made just a bit easier by having memories of Bill in your thoughts, as well as the support and love that comes from family, friends, and the community. You have my prayers and thoughts with you every day. Bill will never be forgotten. Sincerely, Evodia
Evodia Ebraheem, Friend
Sep 11 2013 1:13PM
God Bless and know that we are thinking of you all. Bill is missed greatly. Wren, Marsh Cincinnati
Wren Schnelle, Colleague
Sep 11 2013 12:33PM
Dear Mr. Moskal and family: Today is the 12th aniversary of 9/11. The day where everyone remembers the many lives that have been taken on that dreadful day. It really hits home here at Brecksville because Mr. Moskal lived in Brecskville, and even though I didn't know him personally, it still affects me emotionally that someone so close to where I live had something terrible happen to them. I am very sorry your your loss, and I know that everyone in brecksville and anywhere else is very sorry. My prayers are with you. And we will not forget him.
Kaley a., Friend
Sep 11 2013 9:08AM
We remember your family in prayer each year. Taken too soon by hate, we pray that your memories are surrounding my love and that you have found comfort and peace in remembering his life with you.
Rob and Lisa Czlonka, Family
Sep 11 2013 9:07AM
Dear Moskal Family, I could never imagine your loss. So many that day have experienced the loss of loved ones. I know one day you and the many other families will reunite with their family members and those dear to them. Never forget that Bill is always with you and your family as a husband and father to his children, he continues to watch over you and wish that you live without regret. May God bless you. Sincerely, Miranda.
Miranda S. Grimm, Friend
Sep 10 2013 11:41PM
Dear Mrs. Moskal and Kids: Another anniversary is approaching and I find myself thinking about and praying for all of you. Please know that the community continues to mourn your loss. I always find solace knowing that one day we will all be reunited with those whom we have loved and lost. Blessings, Sean
Sean Brennan, Friend
Sep 7 2013 10:19PM
Dear Moskal family, I can not even think of how sad it had to be for your family that day. He will be dearly missed in Brecksville. He will always be with us in spirit. My prayers go out to you.
Jacob T, Friend
Oct 7 2012 11:55PM
Dear Moskal famliy, I learned about Mr. Mostal Septemeber 11, 2012 in my government class and it touched me when i first heard his story.It's very tragedic that happened, and I am deeply sorry for your lost. Mr.Mostal will never be forgotten and will always being our prayes. Sincerely, Tayla E.
Tayla Egeland, Friend
Oct 6 2012 3:21PM
Dear Moskal family, I'm very sorry for your loss on 9/11. He will not be forgotten, stay strong. God bless you all.
Mason S, Friend
Sep 27 2012 6:54PM
Dear Mr. Moskal 11 years ago a great man had his life taken away by an unfortunate event for the United States as a whole. I will forever leave a scar on American's, innocent victims and their families hearts. Mr. Moskal and his family will always remain in my prayers for eternity. Sincerely, Mike.
Mike Fierst, Colleague
Sep 25 2012 8:37PM
I am deeply sorry about the pain that your family had to go through on the tragic day that 9/11 brought to you. I am really sorry.
Tyler K., Friend
Sep 25 2012 3:14PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am deeply sorry for the pain your family has endured through this tragedy.The Brecksville community will always remember Mr Moskal, as well as the rest of the 911 victims. Stay strong.
Miya T., Friend
Sep 18 2012 1:06AM
Dear Moskal Family, I am truly sorry for your loss. I know that you probably hear this 100 times a day but I just want to assure you that Mr. Moskal is in my prayers. Sometimes things happen in life that we cannot understand. I have lost 2 relatives to cancer and a brother to brain failure. You just have to remember to stay strong. May the God be with you and your family.
Kyle S, Friend
Sep 17 2012 7:53PM
Dear Moskal family, This past week we were all reminded of the grim events that occurred on September ll, 2001. It has been eleven years since the events and families friends and neighbors are still left with scars of missing loved ones. It is not until recently, that I was made aware that our community has lost and great individual. I cannot describe how sorry I am hearing about your family’s lose. God bless you and your family.
Bryan L, Friend
Sep 17 2012 5:20PM
Dear Moskal family, I'm very sorry for your loss. From the tribute, Bill seemed to be a very nice, and fun man. My thoughts and prayers to you and your family.
Emily D, Friend
Sep 17 2012 12:33PM
Dear Moskal family, I am very sorry for your loose on September 11th. That is a day we were very young for but I know no one will forget. There are lots of loved ones lost that day and I pray for them everyday. Stay strong and know that everyone is here for you. My prayers go out to your family
Michelle M, Family
Sep 17 2012 12:13PM
Dear Moskal Family, Im so very sorry for your loss. this community misses him dearly, he was such a big part here. he will always be in our hearts and be part of our comunity
emma v, Friend
Sep 17 2012 10:49AM
Dear Moskal Family, I am deeply sorry for the loss that you suffered on the tragic day of 9/11. I can't even begin to imagine what you have had to go through because of that day, and how hard it would be to deal with something of that magnitude. As a member of the Brecksville community, I want you to know that you are in my prayers and my family and I are always thinking of you. Mr. Moskal was a hero to everyone that day, and will always be remembered in the hearts and minds of many throughout our country.
Matt G., Friend
Sep 17 2012 8:31AM
Dear Moskal Family, I'm very sorry for your loss. I cant imagine what its like for you. You did nothing to deserve such a thing, What happened that day will never be forgotten, Bill Moskal will always and forever be in our prayers.
Aleksa C, Friend
Sep 16 2012 11:58PM
Dear Moskal family, My deepest condolences go out to your family. I am deeply saddened for your loss. I cannot imagine what you and your family have gone through. I would just like to let you know that you are still in our thoughts and prayers.
Devin B., Friend
Sep 16 2012 11:56PM
Dear Moskal family, September 11th, 2001 was an awful day for the country of America. I was only in first grade when this tragedy happened, but I still remember that I felt so awful for all of the famiies that were affected. I couldn't even begin to imagine what your family must of gone through. It is so terrible and I would like to express my sympathy for your whole family. He will definetly be missed by all who knew him and the whole family. He was a hero, and I will surely pray for you all. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
Tawney M, Friend
Sep 16 2012 11:40PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am very sorry for your loss on September 11th, I was only seven years old at the time but I will remember that day forever. Bill Moskal will forever be remembered in the hearts of my family and the hearts of our community. God Bless
Louie W, Friend
Sep 16 2012 11:11PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am very sorry to hear about your loss in 2001. I remember that day. Tragic day. It sill hurts me and brings me to tears hearing about 9/11. In fact, I remember that day very well. I was actually in New York when that happened. It still gets me scared thinking about it happening right in front of me. i will always give my hopes for your family and to William Moskal.
Tienyi C., Friend
Sep 16 2012 10:50PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am very sorry for your loss. I can't imagine what you and your family are going through. We will never forget that day. We will never forget all that lost there there lives that day. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
Myles R, Friend
Sep 16 2012 10:42PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am very sorry for your loss. Though I do not remember much about 9/11 I remember how scared everybody seemed. But through it all, I realized how strong America really was. In school, I remember saying the pledge of allegiance and I never quite understood why until later when I actually learned about what happened. And just like that day, Mr. Moskal will never be forgotten.
Ashley E., Friend
Sep 16 2012 10:36PM
Dear Moskal family,I am very sorry for your loss! At the time of this tragic event, I still lived in Europe, and I want you to know that even there people were affected by this horrible event. I cannot imagine losing such an important person as your father. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
Noemi B, Friend
Sep 16 2012 10:31PM
To the Moskal family, im so sorry for your loss on 9/11. I can't even bare to imagine what you had to go through because of that day. I hope you are now looking at the bright side though. Don't think of it as so much of a tragical day, because we will always remember it that way. Think of it as the day the whole nation became one. We became the national family and will forever continue to be.
Annie N,
Sep 16 2012 10:27PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am so sorry for your loss. All I remember on that day is seeing the news and remembering my mom crying. At the time I was only 5 years old and didn't think anything of it. Now at the age of 15 I think about as a terribly tragic day that will never be forgotten. I also think about all of the amazing people who died including Mr. Moskal.
Sean V, Colleague
Sep 16 2012 10:20PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am dearly sorry for your loss. September 11th is one of those days that will never be forgotten. The world lost such a great person in this terrible tragedy. It must've been really tough going through this horrible time with everyone in your family. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
Matt F, Friend
Sep 16 2012 10:19PM
Dear Moskal family, I am sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
Kevin W, Friend
Sep 16 2012 10:17PM
Dear Moskal family, I am truly sorry for your horrible loss 11 years ago.I was in kindergarten and on my way home when i heard the news on the radio. I felt really bad for everyone and couldn't imagine losing my father, if he had been there. Many loved ones were loss that day through out the country. Unfortunately ,that day, Brecksville lost one of its own. Nobody will every forget such a horrible day. I wish your family the best and God Bless you. Sincerely, Austin
Austin A, Friend
Sep 16 2012 10:01PM
Dear Moskal family, I am so sorry for your loss. I could not even imagine losing someone to the tradgity on September 11th. Keep your heads held high and know that Mr.Moskal is truly an honored man. Your family is in my prayers. Stay strong.
Danielle R, Friend
Sep 16 2012 9:43PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am very sorry for the loved one you lost 11 years ago. I can't imagine how hard it was and still is, but when I think about how upset everyone was on that day I believe I can feel part of everyone's pain. Just remember that he will never be forgotten.
Katie D, Friend
Sep 16 2012 9:33PM
Dear Moskal family, On 9/11/01 a very tragic event took place. While I was too young to remember the details I just wanted to let you know that the Brecksville-Broadview Heights community honors and respects Bill Moskal. From what I have read, Bill Moskal seemed like an intelligent, genuine person. He will never be forgotten and our prayers go out to your family.
Sam S, Friend
Sep 16 2012 9:32PM
Dear the family of Mr. Moskal, On September 1, 2001 I was getting ready for Preschool when my Aunt Rose called my mom and told her what was happening. My mom immediately turned on the tv. She was shocked by what she saw. The Twin Towers crashing down. There were people rushing around not knowing what was going to happen next. This is a moment in history that will never be forgotten. My uncle is a fireman and my dad is a Police man. I have no idea what i would do with out them! Every person that lost a loved one wither it be a mother, a father, aunt, uncle, grandpa, or grandma, who ever it may be my thoughts and prayers go out to them! You will someday meet up with him again. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.
Erika K., Colleague
Sep 16 2012 9:30PM
Dear Moskal Family and friends, Its hard to hear you lost a great person like Bill. He will never be forgotten and will always live through others. So great to hear that his family are doing so well. 9/11 was a turn for American which brought many families like yours closer. He will be missed.
Alyssa A, Friend
Sep 16 2012 9:29PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am so sorry for your profound loss. September 11th, 2001 will be a day forever remembered by people all over the world for all kinds of reasons. That day reminded everyone to cherish everything, especially loved ones. Please remember that you have a community that loves you, and your family is in all of our prayers.
Julianne J, Friend
Sep 16 2012 9:21PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am extremely sorry for your loss of Bill. I could never imagine how hard it must be to go through life without a loved one. Bill seemed like a great person and he will always be in our prayers. His memory will live on forever. God bless you and your wonderful family.
Olivia B, Friend
Sep 16 2012 9:21PM
Gone, but never forgotten. Always loved and remembered!
Joey F, Friend
Sep 16 2012 9:16PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am so sorry for your loss, I can't imagine the pain you must still feel. Your husband and Dad sounded like an amazing person. 9/11 was such a tragedy for our country and I will keep your family in my thoughts and prayers. I hope your good memories always remain strong.
Amanda C, Friend
Sep 16 2012 9:15PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am deeply sorry for your loss of such a great man. I couldnt imgaine going through what your family endured. Mr.Moskal will never be forgoten in my heart. Brecksville lost a great man on 9/11/01 and my thoughts and prayers go out to your family. -Ps.91
Christian S, Friend
Sep 16 2012 9:14PM
Dear Moskal Family, My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family at the time of your grieving and loss of your family member. Words cannot express the realm of that horrific day, and I cannot even imagine what you and your family had to endure. I hope you can put your faith and trust in God to bring you through these times and always cherish the wonderful memories you had with your loved one. He, like the many others will always be a hero. God bless you all.
Seth V, Friend
Sep 16 2012 9:11PM
Dear Moskal family, I am sorry for you're loss. I personally don't remember a lot from that day, being so young. A selfless terrorists attack is what caused so much grief on America. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
Sara B, Friend
Sep 16 2012 9:11PM
Dear Moskal Family, I just wanted to let you know how very sorry I am for your loss. All I remember from that day was sitting in front of the Tv watching it with my whole family. But i don't remember many details of what happened on that tragic day.But I do know the pain 911 has caused and still remains in our hearts today to most people in America. Even if Mr. Moskal isn't physically here today with us, he is spiritually with you and us. Again I am so sorry for your loss and my thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
Lauren, Friend
Sep 16 2012 9:10PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am truthfully sorry for your loss. I did not know Bill Moskal or his family, but from what I have heard he loved his family and friends. September 11th was such a tragic day, not only for The United States, but also for the entire globe. I was only 5 years old, but I still remember that day like it was yesterday. I will keep him and his family in my prayers, and I hope you guys stay strong.
Sam L., Friend
Sep 16 2012 9:05PM
Dear Moskal family, we shall never forget. The tragic day of 9/11. I cannot imagine to bear a loss on this day. It is incredibly hard to loose a loved one. I know and forever I shall pay a sorrow to remember Mr. Moskal. My Prayers go out to your family.
Cole S, Friend
Sep 16 2012 8:52PM
Dear Moskal Family, I just want to let you know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. I was living in New York when the towers were hit and remember the details to the exact of that day. The tragedy of it, is absolutey awful and I feel for you everyday. Please understand that you are all in the hearts and prayers of many many people.
Tommy T, Friend
Sep 16 2012 8:52PM
Dear Moskal family. I can't even imagine what you all have had to go through ever since that day. Losing someone so close and influential to you is something I could not begin to understand. You are all in my thoughts.
Christian L, Friend
Sep 16 2012 8:50PM
Dear Moskal family, I know these past years have been very rough for you and many other people. This event has effected our nation greatly. I just wanted you to know that we all still care. This day will never be forgotten and, most importantly, the people who were taken on this day will never be forgotten either. I can only imagine what you went through on this day many years ago. Consider Bill a hero that will always be honored. My thoughts and prayers are with your family during this time.
Maria M, Friend
Sep 16 2012 8:49PM
Dear Moskal Family, I wanted say how bad I feel for your loss. I really don't remember the day of when 9/11 took place I was too young to remember. There was so much grieving and pain that day and still leading to this day people are still heartbroken. He still lives with you today not physically but spiritually he watches over you guys making sure your safe. I will keep him in my thoughts and prayers for him.
Brian P., Friend
Sep 16 2012 8:49PM
Dear Moskal Family, September 11th, 2001 was a day that many will never forget. I am very sorry that it was a day that caused you to loose a loved one. I can't even think about how hard that had to be. The whole Moskal family is in all my thoughts and prays. I did not know Bill personally but what i have read in your paragraph he seems to have been a very good father husband and friend. I am very sorry for your lost and my best wishes go out to you all. Hopefully you have been pulling through. I wish you all the best.
Sarah J., Friend
Sep 16 2012 8:44PM
Dear Moskal Family, I wanted say how bad I feel for your loss. I really don't remember the day of when 9/11 took place I was too young to remember, but there was so much grieving and pain that day and still leading to this day people are still heartbroken. He still lives with you today not physically but spiritually he waches over you guys making sure your safe. I will keep him in my thought and pray for him
Brian P., Friend
Sep 16 2012 8:43PM
Dear Moskal family, I am very sorry for your loss. I could never imagine the feeling of loosing someone close to me. Bill Moskal is a hero. I don't really remember that day, i was only four years old. I only know about the things we learn about in class. You have my most sincere condolences.
David B, Friend
Sep 16 2012 8:43PM
Dear Moskal family, although I've never experienced a loss of a loved one as tragic as this, I can only imagine how awful it feels. The tragedy will never be forgotten and the memory for Mr. Moskal will always be alive. My prayers go out to the Moskal family.
Anthony K., Friend
Sep 16 2012 8:42PM
Dear Moskal Family, September 11, 2001 is a day we shall never forget. It is so sad that our country was attacked by terrorists for no reason. No one should die for no reason. Its always hard to lose someone that is so close, special to you. He did not die in vain. He is a hero, we will NEVER forget that. I hope all of you stay strong. All of you are in our prayers.
Jake D., Friend
Sep 16 2012 8:25PM
Dear the Moskal family, September 11th, 2001 was a day that everyone will never forget. I am very sorry for your loss and my thoughts and my prayers go out to your family. Bill Moskal will never be forgotten. Even though i was young on that tragic day, it is a day i will never forget. I hope your family is all doing well and i wish the best to you all.
Sarah J., Colleague
Sep 16 2012 8:23PM
Dear Moskal family,I am very sorry for your loss. I was in first grade and didn't really understand what was happening when the attacks occurred, but now that I have learned how tragic those events were i have somewhat of an understanding. But I will never understand what you guys are going through. I am sorry for your loss and my prayers go out to your family.
Alyssa D., Friend
Sep 16 2012 8:22PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am truthfully sorry for your loss. From what I have heard about Bill Moskal, I knew he was a truly a great man, and loved his family dearly. On September 11th, 2001, the 9/11 tragedy not only stunned The United States, but also the rest of the globe. I was only 5 years old, but I still remember it like it was yesterday. I will always keep him in my prayers, and I wish the best to his family and friends. Don't forget to stay strong because the memories of him will last forever in your hearts.
Sam L., Friend
Sep 16 2012 8:07PM
Dear Moskal family, I am so very sorry about your loss. September 11th 2001 is a day that i will never forget. I know that not one day goes by where someone isnt thinking about the tragic day where Mr. Moskal passed. He will never be forgotten. He seemed like such an amazing man. God Bless.
Emily T, Friend
Sep 16 2012 8:05PM
Dear Moskal Family, I'm sorry for your loss. I can't believe it was been 11 years since this tragedy on 9/11 occurred. It must still be very hard for your family getting through this. We may have lost a great man on this earth but heaven gained one more brave soul. My prayers go out to your family. He will never be forgotten.
tori, Friend
Sep 16 2012 7:57PM
I'm so sorry for your loss. the events that occurred on 9/11 will never be forgotten including him. He will always be missed. Tori R.
tori, Friend
Sep 16 2012 7:52PM
Dear Moskal family, I felt the need to write on your page for the reunion of this tragical event. At the time I was in class watching it on tv, and even though I was young I shall never forget it. I am very sorry for your loss, and how this had to happen. He was a great man and very much missed.
Tyler T, Friend
Sep 16 2012 7:51PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am very sincerely sorry about what happened on that tragic day of 9/11. I'm not sure where i was on that day but, i remember seeing new papers hung on walls that next week in school and seeing all the horrific pictures. When i think of 9/11 now i feel bad for any family that was affected from that day. Bill Moskal was a son, husband, father of three, and friend of many and will be remembered for the rest of their lives. RIP.
Joe P, Friend
Sep 16 2012 7:47PM
Dear Moskal Family, Not a day goes by where people all around our community don't think about your loss. The story is truly heartbreaking and brings sadness to me every time. But I don't think this passing has to be completely looked upon as a horrible thing. This loss represents bravery and true heroism displayed my William. I am truly sorry for your loss and am extremely grateful to have amazing people like William Moskal in our community. Sincerely, Sophia F.
Sophia F, Family
Sep 16 2012 7:42PM
Dear Mr. Moskal and Family, I can't remember the attack of the two Twin Towers unlike most people who were in New York City. All I can tell you from what my mother explained to me was that my brother and I were watching tv, and my brother changed the channel. My mom rushed in the room because she heard screaming, she looked at the tv and realized we were being attacked. I was to young to realize what was happening, I felt as though it was a movie. As I matured and learned more about 9-11 my thoughts and feeling go out to all the families who lost their loved ones in the towers, New York City, and the plane. September 11th is the most rememorable moment in the world and will never be forgotten.
Aleyna B, Friend
Sep 16 2012 7:40PM
Dear Moskal family, the day of September 11th, 2001 was a tragic day for the whole United States. So many people who were loved ones were lost and they will never be forgotten. I can't imagine the pain that your family had to go through. Bill Moskal was someone who was loved by many people, and he will never be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers go out to your friends and family.
Andrew M, Friend
Sep 16 2012 7:08PM
Dear Moskal family, I am very sorry about your loss. I was very young at the time of this tragedy. I remember watching the news that day and seeing what went one during 9/11. I cant imagine losing someone really close to me. I will never forget Mr. Moskal and all the heros who died in the 9/11 tragedy
Doug M, Friend
Sep 16 2012 7:06PM
Dear Moskal Family, Every year we look back at the tragedy that struck our nation on 9/11. All the innocent lives of family members, firefighters, and police officers are remembered on this day, they are remembered for their courage and their noble acts. Though I did not know Mr. Moskal personally, but from the excerpt of him on this website, he seems like a very heroic, and loving man. My condolences go out to your family, I am truly sorry for your loss. My family and I will have your family in our prayers. Stay strong and God Bless.
Brittany J, Friend
Sep 16 2012 7:02PM
Dear Moskal Family, On September 11th, 2001, the lives of many were lost in what has been one of the most tragic events in the United States. Words cannot describe how deeply sorry I am for your loss. I send my condolences to you and your family as you face this tragedy year after year. I always wonder why the most wonderful good-hearted people are the ones who are taken from us. It must be because God has a plan for each and every one of us. Even though Bill isn't here with us physically, he will always be in our hearts and minds. Stay strong and keep in mind that you and your family are never alone; the memory of Bill will live on forever.
Gina M, Friend
Sep 16 2012 6:35PM
Dear Moskal family, I can't begin to relate to the tragedy that you family experienced after the morning of September 11th, 2001. I do not personally remember much as I was only in elementary school but the memory still lives on not only through the loss of family members, but everyday citizens. I believe people around the world have been affected by that day, directly or not it has changed the course of life. I am sincerely sorry for your loss and my thoughts and prayers go out to your family and all of those who lost their lives that day that day and hope they live as happily as they can be. Stay strong and never forget.
Kyle R., Friend
Sep 16 2012 6:12PM
Dear Moskal family, I am so sorry for what happened to your family on that tragic day. I was very young on that day, but it is one that I will never forget. At the time I was living in Emerald Woods, and the ceremony in your culdesac was very moving. I think about it every anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy. There is an uncountable amount of prayers that go out to your family and Bill will forever be remembered.
Grant C, Friend
Sep 16 2012 6:01PM
Dear Moskal Family, I would like to express how very sorry i am for your loss. Even at such a young age, September 11th is a day that i will never forget. That day was full of all kinds of heroes, even local heroes. That day strengthened the bond of our country and especially our city. Your family is in my prayers.
Alyssa B, Friend
Sep 16 2012 5:36PM
Dear Moskal family, September 11, 2001 was such a tragic day that will never be forgotten. I can't even imagine what your family has gone through. No one should ever have to go through something as tragic as this. I send my deepest sympathy to the whole Moskal family, and Mr. Moskal's friends. My thoughts and prayers will always be with your family. Mr. Moskal will never be forgotten.
Taylor B, Friend
Sep 16 2012 5:05PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am very sorry for your loss. I wish you strength and peace of mind now and until forever. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers through this difficult time.
Kayla W, Friend
Sep 16 2012 5:05PM
Dear Moskal family, I am sincerely sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family and for what happened on that tragic day. Bill sounded like a wonderful man and a a great character. Losing someone close is never easy. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
Logan S, Friend
Sep 16 2012 4:34PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am very sorry for your loss. September 11th is a day that no one will ever forget and touched all of our lives even those us who were too young to remember at the time. I reminded of the heroes that died every time I travel on an airplane. I can not begin to imagine what your family is going through and hope you plenty of support to help you stay strong.
Jamie S, Friend
Sep 16 2012 4:02PM
Dear Moskal family, i am very sorry for your loss. what happened is such a terrible thing that just couldnt have been prevented. These acts of terrorism are so powerful in a way that each time someone is hurt or attacked, everyone around them can feel the pain too. such careless acts that effect millions. stay stong and know that we are all here for you. mine and my families thoughts and prayers will go out to your family!
Max M, Friend
Sep 16 2012 3:59PM
Dear Moskal Family, September 11th is a day that will never be forgotten. I can't imagine losing somebody that close to me in an event so tragic. Mr.Moskal will never be forgotten, and is the hearts of us all. As a Brecksville Broadview Heights high school student, this story showed me how 9/11 effected everyone from all over America. Stay strong.
Melissa N., Family
Sep 16 2012 3:41PM
Dear Moskal family, I am very sorry for your loss. I know what it is like to lose a member of your family who is so close to you. Since I was still in elementary school 11 years ago, I do not remember this tragedy. Do not fear, because 9-11 will not be forgotten. Know that there are millions of people praying and keeping families such as your own in their thoughts. Stay strong and God Bless!
Kalen D, Friend
Sep 16 2012 3:34PM
Dear Moskal family, I am so sorry for the loss of your father and husband. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family and all other families who have lost a loved one 11 years ago. Since I was too young to remember, I can not imagine what it was like to hear about the tragedy. Having gone though multiple deaths in my family, I know what it is like to go though the pain of missing loved ones. After I read his tribute, I know he was the best husband and dad anyone could ask for. Stay strong and God Bless. Kalen D.
Kalen D, Friend
Sep 16 2012 3:15PM
Dear Moskal Family, I wanted to start off by saying i am so very sorry for your loss. After reading the paragraph above i can relate Mr. Moskal to my own father. Nobody should have to go through something like this and when someone from our community hurts, the whole community does as well. I believe that the hardest battles are fought by the strongest soldiers. Something I can learn from this is to love each and every day as it was your last. Your family is in my prayers.
Kendra K, Friend
Sep 16 2012 3:11PM
Hi Moskal family, I'm deeply sorry for your loss. I couldn't imagine what you guys were going through after the fact, and what you are still going through now. Mr. Moskal sounded to be a truly amazing and inspiring man. Your family is in my prayers.
Chauntel H, Friend
Sep 16 2012 2:59PM
Dear Moskal family, as I'm sure you have heard before, I truly am sorry for your loss and I do hope that you all are doing well. The loss of a greatly loved member of your family can never easily be forgotten nor ignored. 9/11 brought tragedy amongst many families and Americans, and have brought our Nation together to remind each other how strong we really are, despite the losses. I truly hope that your family will carry on strong, and they will never forget a great husband, friend, and father. You truly will be missed.
Sam M, Friend
Sep 16 2012 2:15PM
Dear Moskal family, I am very sorry for your loss. Mr. Moskal, although I did not personally know him, seemed like a truely remarkable man. That horrible day in September will never be forgotten by any American. I couldn't imagine how much pain you must have gone through, and it reminds me to be thankful for everyone who has touched my life. My thoughts and prayers go out to Mr. Moskal and all of his family.
Abby T, Friend
Sep 16 2012 1:50PM
Dear Moskal family, im truly very sorry for hte loss of Bill. Every september 11th, I remember what i was doing on that day. I remember i was too young to unnderstand what was going on at the time and my parents explaining it to me. Ill keep you in my thughts and prayers every year on September 11th and i will never forget Mr. Moskal. Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his faithful servants. Psalm 116:15
Kenny D, Friend
Sep 16 2012 1:26PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am terribly sorry for your loss. I remember exactly where I was when I heard that the World Trade Centers had been hit. I was sitting in my first grade classroom when the announcement came from the PA system. I was too young to know where the World Trade Centers were. For all I knew at the time, it could have been a building in Brecksville. But when I went home, sure enough it was on the TV. I didn't understand how something so horrible could happen. It gives me goosebumps to think that this happened so close to us, right over the skies of Brecksville. I feel so horrible that one of our community members was taken that day by such horrible people. Ever since 9/11, I have made it a goal to learn everything I can about that day. I feel it is my job as a citizen to remember and never forget that day. I also feel that it is my job to inform others that are both younger and even older than me of what happened on 9/11. Sadly, I did not know Mr. Moskal personally, but I know from reading his biography that he was a great man with still so much to live for. I am very sorry for your loss and just know that your community stands with you.
Louie T, Friend
Sep 16 2012 12:28PM
Dear Moskal family, I am very sorry for your loss, many tragedies occured over the course of that day, and the loss of a great husband and father is one of great sorrow. He is not forgotten in our community, and will always be known as hero. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
Martin D., Friend
Sep 16 2012 12:24PM
Dear Moskal family, September 11, 2001 was a day that no one in America will ever forget. I was very young when it happened but i do remember everything about that day. I did not realize at that time what an impact it had on our country and also the families of the victims,but i realize now that many suffered great losses. I am truely sorry about your loss. Mr Moskal seemed like a wonderful man and he will forever be in our hearts and prayers.
Madison W, Family
Sep 16 2012 12:23PM
Dear Moskal Family, when i think of 9/11 i think of that horible tragedy that struck our nation and claimed the lives of good men and women,surely no one will ever forget him and my thoughts and prayers go out to your family
Nicole I, Friend
Sep 16 2012 12:13PM
Dear Moskal Family, I want you to know that when woke up a few hours ago I had thought in my mind to send this. the biggest thing that was on my mind was getting ready to go to band practice at 12 o'clock. when i woke i went to watch tv for a little while before getting ready and the national geographic channel came on with a show on 9-11 called Inside 9-11: zero hour, as i watched it more and more i became very sarrowful for everyone that was there and their loved ones watching the horrors on tv. half of me wants to remember that part of my life so i could feel more attached and the other half wants it to stay forgotten. the only thing i can remember is when our school let out early on the radio in my car said ' World Trade Center'. at my age i didnt even know what it meant or what it was, but to you i know, meant everything to you. to my dad it gave him a wake up call. my father john Burks before 9-11 didnt go to church very often and ever since he's been going to church every sunday for years. watching the videos on that day he cried for everyone involved.after the events of 2011 he felt proud to be an american and every other american as well. to celebrate the anniversary of 9-11, him being an avid biker decided to do the 9-11 ride to Pennsylvainia, the pentagon, and finally New York. Us living in Broadview Heights it was to say the least a very long ride and and every single time they passed a bridge over the highway an american flag was hanging, and every time they would pass through a town people would line up on the main rode to give them safe passage and love. my dad said this was the best ride of his life, and i knew he meant it. i plan on taking this ride very soon when i get a motorcycle and a licence i will ride for your family and in loving memory of William David Moskal. america loves you and never forget that.
Nick Burks, Friend
Sep 16 2012 12:03PM
Dear Moskal family, to this day we are still reminded what this nation went through on September 11, 2001. And what you must have went through. I am so sorry for everything that happened that day. It was such a terrible thing that happened, and it will always be in our nations thoughts, much like Bill Moskal. He seemed like he would have been a wonderful man. Again, I am so sorry for your loss. Jacob B
Jacob, Friend
Sep 16 2012 11:37AM
Dear Moskal Family, September 11th struck fast and hard. Not only physically to our country but also emotionally to all of the lost loved ones that day. Sadly, Bill was one of those lost ones. It's true when they say the good die young, because in reading the family tribute, Bill seemed to be the textbook definition of an amazing father, husband, friend, and person. On that September Day, I was a mere child, and do not remember the events themselves, but I will never forget the hole that it left in our community when we lost one of our beloved. He will forever be known as a hero to us, whose legacy and story will love on forever. My deepest apologies and sympathies go out to you all and I hope nothing but the best as the anniversary of the horrible day passes. Be strong and never lose hope, for Bill will be honored and remembered for the rest of our nation's years.
Andrew E, Friend
Sep 16 2012 11:15AM
Dear Moskal Family, I would like to epress my sorrow for your great loss. Even though I didn't know Mr. Moskal, his son played 8th grade football with my older brother. My father also spoke to Mr. Moskal many times about football. He will always be remembered foundly in our home. We lost many heros that day and that includes people like Mr. Moskal who were working to take care of their families and make this a better county.
Carolyn J,
Sep 16 2012 11:15AM
Dear Moskal Family, Even though i cannot remember September 11, 2001 in detail I know it was a very sad day for the United States. I am deeply sorry for your loss but know that you have a loving community that supports you. I can't imagine what you go through each year. From what I've heard Mr. Moskal was a great man who was loved by many. You and your loved ones are in my thoughts and prayers. God bless.
Amanda M, Friend
Sep 16 2012 11:04AM
Dear Moskal Family, I am sorry for the loss of William Moskal on September 11th, 2001 in the World Trade Center attack. That day was a tragedy for so many people in the United States and around the world. But for you it must have been especially difficult and tragic because you lost a loved one that you will never see again. Every year, Americans appreciate the many memorial services for the men and women who died on 9-11. Please know that our thoughts and prayers continue for Mr. Moskal and for all those who lost their lives that day. I hope nothing like September 11th will ever happen again.
Derek .D, Friend
Sep 16 2012 10:50AM
Dear Moskal Family, I feel terrible for your loss. Every year we are reminded of the tragedy that rattled are nation. It really got to me this year. Having such a great loss in a family that was in Brecksville community really got my attention. It hit home that it could of been any family in Brecksville. That day will never be forgotten, and neither will you. Sincerely, Frank M
Frank M, Friend
Sep 16 2012 9:56AM
Dear Moskal Family, I hear the name Bill Moskal and think of a hero. September 11, 2001 will never be forgotten. With the hardship of seeing loved ones go, comes the retribution to truly cherish them. Your family is in my prayers. God bless.
Dave U, Friend
Sep 15 2012 11:35PM
September 11 is a day that I will never forget. Even though I was very young, I still remember coming home from school and finding out what happened. That day did not affect me as much as it did for others until two years ago. In 2010, my dad was activated to Afghanistan for a full year. I knew he was over there fighting for our freedom and fighting for what happened that fateful day. Being without him for a full year was hard enough, but it is nothing compared to what you and your family had to go through. Mr. Moskal will forever be in my heart, and will always be remembered.
Stephanie B, Friend
Sep 15 2012 6:20PM
Dear Moskal Family, My thoughts and prayers are with you during these hard times and I hope your family is doing well. Though Mr. Moskal is gone, he will never be forgotten and his life will always be celebrated in the communities of Brecksville and Broadview Heights. Stay safe and stay confident and know that we care about you.
Lucas B., Friend
Sep 15 2012 5:51PM
Dear Moskal family, I am very sorry for your loss. Losing a loved one is one of the hardest things a person can endure. Mr. Moskal was a good man and will be greatly missed. I'm sure he has left an imprint on many lives of people who will remember him forever.
Katie L, Friend
Sep 15 2012 5:23PM
Dear Moskal family, I am so sorry for your loss. That day will never be forgotten and those who were taken from us will never be forgotten. I can not imagine what your family went through that day but you are in my prayers
Mea W, Friend
Sep 15 2012 4:48PM
Dear Moskal Family, lots of precious lives were taken on September 11th, 2001. I was very young at the time and i do not have any remembrance of that day. I know it was hard for you and your family, for that I am truly sorry. Mr. Moskal will always be in our hearts. You all will remain in my prayers.
Celeste A, Friend
Sep 15 2012 4:19PM
Dear Moskal Family, Im sorry for your loss, Mr. Moskal will be greatly missed and never forgotten. His memory will live on in our city forever. You and your family are in my prayers. Amanda A.
Amanda A., Friend
Sep 15 2012 4:13PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am so sorry for your loss on a day that changed our country. That day will never be forgotten. I can't imagine what your family have gone through, I'm so sorry for the pain and suffering your family has endured. I pray that God will help comfort you and your family in this time of loss. Your family will be in my prayers.
Jaylin V., Friend
Sep 15 2012 3:45PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am so sorry to hear of your great loss. I know how hard it is to lose someone you love, and my heart goes out to you and everyone else that knew and cared for Mr. Moskal. My thoughts as well as everyone else's were with you on that fateful day, and continue to be with you as time goes on.
Taylor A, Friend
Sep 15 2012 1:37PM
Dear Moskal family, I am sorry for your loss. Brecksville lost a great man, and he will never be forgotten. My prayers are with your family and Mr. Moskal, that he is looking down and watching over us.
James I, Friend
Sep 15 2012 9:21AM
Dear Moskal Family, I first wanted to start off with the fact I am truly sorry for your loss. Although I did not have the pleasure of knowing Mr. Moskal personally, I can tell he was an exceptional man and can say with confidence he will always be missed and recognized as a hero in our community. I could never imagine what you went through and are still experiencing today. All of my thoughts and prayers go out to you. God Bless.
Nicoletta C, Friend
Sep 14 2012 9:04PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am very sorry for your loss. September 11, is the time when all Americans remember how important a loved one is and how critical it is to cherish every moment with them. Mr. Moskal is always in our prayers and will never be forgotten. I hope you all stay strong and your family will always be in my prayers.
Teju B, Friend
Sep 14 2012 6:42PM
Dear Moskal Family, I just wanted to say how sorry I am for your loss. I really can't remember details about what happened that tragic day, but I do know the pain 911 has caused and still remains today to some citizens. Just know, even if not physically, spiritually he is still with you. From the family tribute, Bill Moskal seemed like a man who was filled with life. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
Terrance E, Friend
Sep 14 2012 12:51PM
That day was one of such tragedy. When i hear of 9/11, i think of men and women, young and old, dying in a selfless attack by terrorists. I am so sorry for your family that they lost a great man. You will surely be missed by everyone who knew you.
Shaun Perry, Friend
Sep 13 2012 11:25PM
Dear Moskal family, September 11, 2001, is a day that will never be forgotten. Although I was very young at the time, I still remember that day. I cannot imagine what you and your family have gone through, and I would like to express my deepest sympathy for your pain and suffering. The Moskal family lost a loved one, but God gained an angel that day. Bill Moskal is a hero, and will be honored and remembered. I pray he will live on through his family and friends.My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
Kaitlyn R., Friend
Sep 13 2012 10:08PM
Dear Moskal family, I am very sorry for your loss on a day that will never be forgotten. I can't even imagine what it must be like. It was 11 years ago that this tragic event has happened and changed the lives of many. No one should ever have to go through something like this. He is a true hero and no one will ever forget that. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
Megan I, Friend
Sep 13 2012 7:06PM
Dear Moskal Family, The tragedy that occurred on on September 11, 2001 will never be forgotten. I myself was only seven years old when it happened. I still feel sorry for all the peole who lost a loved one that day. Mr. Moskal is truly a HERO to all American people. His memory will live on and he will never be forgotten. God bless you and your family.
Ryan E, Friend
Sep 13 2012 6:44PM
Dear Moskal family, Anniversaries are a time of remembrance, a time to reflect on all the memories of the past, and to look forward to all the hope for the future. September 11, is a tragic day, not only in the history of our nation, but also your own personal life. As you look back on the years you spent with your husband, father, and friend, be proud of who he was, and know that he has left a lasting impact on everybody. He is a national hero, who's legacy will always live on in the hearts of people across the nation. I'm very sorry for your loss. I know that saying goodbye isn't easy, but find comfort in knowing that he is always watching out for you and smiling down upon you. That day is branded into all of America's minds, and all of us who were alive to witness the tragedy remember exactly what we were doing. I was pulled out of my first grade class and taken home, and I was so upset because I wasn't able to finish my macaroni necklace. Now that I understand what really happened that day, I can't even believe I would be so selfish. Innocent lives were taken away; people much like Mr. Moskal, were stripped of their future, and words cannot even express how sorry I am. As the years go by, I hope that you all find peace in knowing that wherever you go in life that he's proud of you. I am praying for each one of you, and hope you are all doing well. May God Bless you, Jamison D.
Jamison D., Friend
Sep 13 2012 6:34PM
Dear Moskal family, The time has come again to remember that fateful day of September 11th, and it is not a time that many look forward to. Even though I never knew Bill, I feel tragic that he lost his life earlier than he should have. People may forget the event years from know, but we all learned something about war. War, war never changes.
Daniel B, Friend
Sep 13 2012 6:32PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am deeply sorry for your loss. Mr. Moskal seemed like such a wonderful man. Although the anniversary of 9/11 is extremely sad and difficult it must be comforting to know millions of Americans are praying for families just like yours. I hope you all know that prayers will continue to be sent your way. Continue to stay strong through this hard time. God bless.
Jackie M, Friend
Sep 13 2012 5:22PM
Dear Moskal Family, Im sorry for your loss. Every year we are reminded of the tragedy that rocked the nation. It really connected with this year. Having such a great loss in a family that was in Brecksville really got my attention. It hit home that it could of been any family in the community. 9/11 will never be forgotten, and neither will you. Sincerely, Michael G
Michael G, Friend
Sep 13 2012 4:42PM
Dear Moskal family, I am sincerely sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family and all the families who lost someone dear to them on this tragic day. Bill sounded like a wonderful man and a a great character. Losing someone close is never easy but know that he is seen as a hero. Stay strong.
Hannah S, Friend
Sep 13 2012 3:29PM
Dear Moskal family, I am sincerely sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family and all the families who lost someone dear to them on this tragic day. Bill sounded like a wonderful man and a a great character. Losing someone close is never easy but know that he is seen as a hero. Stay strong.
Hannah S, Friend
Sep 13 2012 3:29PM
Dear Moskal family, No words that I speak will ever explain how sorry I am for your loss. No one will ever forget the tragedy that occured. All though it was a terrible act, God works in mysterious ways. Something good did come of that terrible day. And thats love. We all learned to love. We love those who were lost and we love those who were lucky enough to survive. Just remember to never stop telling those who matter most that you love them. Stay strong and never give up.
Cassidy A, Friend
Sep 13 2012 12:01PM
Dear Moskal Family, I would like to express my sorrow for your loss. Thomas Cambell once said 'To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die.' Mr. Moskal is in our hearts not only on September 11th but also every other day. He has especially touched the people in the Brecksville area. I have heard only good things about this wonderful man that you call your husband, father,etc. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
Jessica B., Friend
Sep 13 2012 10:59AM
Dear Moskal family, My words can't express the amount of sadness I feel after a horrible loss 11 years ago. I have never gone through a death in my family and I hope that I don't have to go through what anything to this magnitude. I can feel the intensity of this man's loss has impacted thousands, and we won't forget
Andrew W, Family
Sep 13 2012 7:25AM
I'm a student at Brecksville Broadview Heights High School, and the day of 9/11 I was in first grade. Eventhough I was only a little, confused seven year old, my mom explained to me the situation. Now I am old enough to honnor those who have passed. Every nine eleven I pray and my thoughts go out to you and your family. I'm sorry for your lost. The memories of that day will forever be engraved in the minds of every american.
Courtney A, Colleague
Sep 13 2012 7:16AM
Dear Moskal Family, I am truely sorry about your loss. As I read the tribute, you lost a great man on that horrible day 11 years ago. It is hard to deal with a loss and I can't imagine what you went through. I was very young at the time, so it was hard for me then to grab a concept of what happened. But now I realize what truely happened and the Americans lost during that day will forever be in my heart. I will always be praying for the families and friends who lost loved ones on that day that will live in everyones mind. God Bless America!
Jay S., Friend
Sep 12 2012 8:57PM
Dear Moskal family, I just want to say how truly sorry I am for your loss. As I read through his tribute, I realized that he was an extraordinary man and a wonderful person. Every year on September 11th, we all realize how much our family and friends mean to us and that nothing is ever certain. September 11th is a day that we will never forget, and your family will always be in my heart. Stay strong.
Dina K, Friend
Sep 12 2012 8:46PM
Dear Moskal Family, I just want to say how sorry I am for your loss. Every year on September 11, we all realize how important our loved ones are to us and that anything can happen at any time. Nobody will ever forget that tragic day, and everyone who died will forever be in our hearts and our prayers. I hope you all stay strong and just remember all of the good times you had. My prayers go out to your family.
Cailey K, Friend
Sep 12 2012 6:36PM
Dear Moskal family, hearing about your loss brings sadness to my heart because all I hear about him is good things. He truly was an amazing man and I couldn't imagine what you guys went through. Being really young at the time, it's hard to put my perspective on things and remember much, but I'm sure it was very hard and I respect your family a ton. Yesterday, being the 11th year anniversary of 9/11, makes me realize that it will never be forgotten, and neither will Mr. Moskal. My prayers go out to you and your family.
Jessica W, Friend
Sep 12 2012 6:21PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am truely sorry for your loss. No one could ever forget this tragic day but God bless you for pulling this together and having a strong faith. I will always pray for your family and all that families that got affected during that day.
Ogena S., Friend
Sep 12 2012 6:06PM
Dear Moskal family, I am sincerely sorry for your loss. As I read the tribute to Bill I can tell he was an extraordinary character and a wonderful person. My thoughts and prayers go out to you as well as the other families who lost someone dear to them on this tragic day. Stay strong.
Hannah S, Friend
Sep 12 2012 5:26PM
Dear Moskal Family, every year on September 11th all Americans look back and are saddened by all the innocent people who lost their lives. Losing someone so close so unexpectedly truly is the most difficult thing to deal with. Mr. Moskal seemed like a wonderful and joyous person to be around. Even though not everyone knew him, everyone sees him as a hero. I'm very sorry for your loss but I want you to know that you are in my prayers. God Bless
Mia D., Friend
Sep 12 2012 4:28PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am deeply sorry for your loss that occurred on September 11, 2001. I would like to express my deepest condolences to your family, and everyone who lost a loved one on that tragic day. Bill Moskal, and everyone who lost their lives on 9/11 will be honored and remembered for years to come. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
Anthony R, Friend
Sep 12 2012 4:20PM
Dear Moskal family, I am deeply saddened by the loss of Mr.Moskal, but he is an amazing hero. I'm sure you miss him everyday but he's looking down on all of you and so proud to see his strong family. He seemed like an amazing person from what I have read about him and I will never forget that. I will never forget any of the heroes that had loss their lives that day. I just want you to know my family and I will be praying for you all.
Hannah J, Friend
Sep 12 2012 9:27AM
Dear Moskal Family, on the eleventh anniversary of the tragic event that struck our nation, I would like to extend my sympathy for your loss and suffering. Although it was one of the darkest moments in our history, we as Americans came together and gained a renewed sense of patriotism because of it. In the face of evil we became stronger as a whole. All the innocent people who lost their lives that day will forever be in our hearts. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Allison S., Friend
Sep 11 2012 10:44PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am so sorry for your loss that you incurred 11 years ago from today. Although I was too young to remember 9/11, I now understand how tragic it was and how important it is that we never forget. I personally didn’t know Mr. Moskal, but after reading this family tribute, I can see that he was an extremely wonderful man. May God bless you and you family as we keep you in our thoughts and prayers.
Gary B, Friend
Sep 11 2012 10:39PM
Dear Moskal family, I am deeply saddened by the loss of Mr. Moskal. As I neighbor of yours, I am affected greatly by this loss. As I drive into my neighborhood everyday, I see the memorial dedicated towards Bill Moskal. Seeing this not only saddens me but makes me realize the tough times you must of went through as a family. I know its really rough dealing with this loss but I assure you that I will stand by you, along with every person in the United States of America. Mr. Moskal will never be forgotten and I will pray for you and your family.
Pete F., Friend
Sep 11 2012 10:35PM
Dear Moskal Family, as the city of brecksville looks back on 9/11 and those who lost their life on that tragic day, your loved one, Mr. Bill Moskal, comes to mind. He was truly an amazing father and I've only heard great things about him. I'm very sorry about your loss and he will never be forgotten along with what happened that day and the other victims and familes that were effected on 9/11. My prayers and respect go out to your family.
Samantha L, Friend
Sep 11 2012 10:18PM
Dear Moskal family, I want to say how very sorry I am for your loss. Mr. Moskal did a great service for our country.Mr. Moskal was a great neighbor and will always be remembered in Emerald Woods, our community, and throughout the Nation.
Michael G., Friend
Sep 11 2012 10:06PM
Dear Moskal family, I could not imagine losing my father, in fact i would be devastated like you all must have been when hearing the terrible news. This man, Bill Moskal, must have been a great man, husband, and father to have such a family that cared( and still does) care about him You are all in my thoughts and prayers, Jon C, BBHHS Student
Jon C, Student
Sep 11 2012 9:26PM
Dear Mrs. Moskal, My name is Mike and I'm in 11th grade now, but was in kindergarten on Sept. 11, 2001. I don't remember the actual day, but have read a lot about it and have seen several TV specials. We also have a book at home about the horrible events of the day. I'm sorry your husband passed away that day. I can't begin to imagine how you and your family have felt ever since that awful day. I had an accident one year ago that left me paralyzed in a wheelchair and am now a quadriplegic. As bad as my accident was, I still have my life and can't imagine the pain and sorrow you must feel having lost your husband. I'm sure each anniversary of the event is painful for you. I just passed the one year anniversary of my accident, and it was hard to relive that horrible day. Your husband was a hero and I'm very emotional writing this because I still get very sad whenever I think about what innocent people went through that day. Tears are flowing down my face as I think about Sept. 11, 2001. I would love to be able to meet you one day and hope you and your family are doing well. I really hope to hear from you. God Bless you and your family. Mike C.
Mike C, Family
Sep 11 2012 9:03PM
Dear Moskal family, First and for most I just want to tell you how sorry I am for your loss. I couldn't imagine what it would be like to be in your position, but please remember you have your community and many others including myself praying for all of you. Even though I did not know him personally, I know for a fact that he will never be forgotten in this town. No matter how long it ago it happened, we still take the time at this time of the year to remember that day, in loving memory of Bill Moskal. God bless you.
Daniella C., Friend
Sep 11 2012 7:57PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am truly sorry for your loss. I can't imagine how hard it is on your family. I did not know Mr. Moskal personally but I'm sure he was a great man who was dearly loved by many people. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
Rachel R., Friend
Sep 11 2012 7:33PM
Dear Moskal family, My thoughts and prayers are with you and every other family that has suffered such a terrible loss from this day eleven years ago. To lose a loved one unexpectedly is the most terrible event anyone can imagine. September 11, 2001 was one of the most terrifying days in our nation’s history, but because of brave men like Mr. Moskal, we are able to look back on that day with not only sorrow, but also with pride from how our great country joined together in honor of those who had fallen. Sincerely, Gabi H
Gabi H, Friend
Sep 11 2012 7:18PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am truly sorry for your loss. Every year on September 11, we all go through a lot of emotions and remember those who lost their lives on this sad day. No one can even begin to imagine how incredibly difficult it must be to go through something like this, until it happens to you. I give your family a lot of credit for showing me how strong you are. I believe everyone should look up to you in a way of staying positive during rough times. Knowing that something like this can affect someone so close to my home, really touches my heart. My prayers go out to you and your family and may God Bless.
Hanna B., Friend
Sep 11 2012 7:05PM
Dear Moskal Family, We remember your family and those affected on this tragic day that occured 11 years ago. Your father's memory will never be forgotten, and his spirit will live deep within the hearts of those who love him. My prayers go out to your family. -Courtney M.
Courtney M., Friend
Sep 11 2012 6:35PM
Dear Moskal Family, I cant even begin to imagine how awful it would have been to lose a loved one on September 11. My heart really goes out to you, it is truly amazing that you guys were able to keep yourselves together and stay strong. I never knew someone from Brecksville passed away because of that awful day until today. To think that it was someone who went to my school's dad just rips my heart out, I'am so sorry for your loss. I wish you all the best.
Isabel V., Friend
Sep 11 2012 6:13PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am sincerely sorry for your loss. Although I was not old enough to understand at the time it occurred, I will never forget this awful tragedy that will forever define our generation. I know that this event has and always will leave a gap that cannot be filled in so many lives. Just know that my family as well as every other in America stands with you. You are in my thoughts and prayers, Sean L.
Sean L., Friend
Sep 11 2012 5:58PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am truly sorry for your loss that occurred on a day that no one in our country will ever forget. Even though this tragic event happened 11 years ago, we still take the time to think about everyone that lost their life that day. I'm sure you still miss your dad or your husband as much as you did when it happened. But i'm sure more then ever. It was a tragic day for a lot of people even though i was only in first grade i still remember the day. Mr.Moskal will never be forgotten and is always in the hearts of brecksville citizens, as well as other places. My prayers go out to you and your family.
Alyssa C, Friend
Sep 11 2012 5:41PM
Dear Moskal family,I am very sorry about your loss. I can't even imagine what it would be like to be put in your shoes. Everyone knows how awful that day was, but your experience makes me realize how real the event was. I know I did not personally know Mr. Moskal, but I bet he was an extremely wonderful man. Your family is very strong, and deserves the best of luck for the rest of your lives. God bless your entire family.
Alexis K, Friend
Sep 11 2012 4:34PM
Dear The Moskal Family, I am sorry for your loss. It's sad knowing so many people past away on September 11. It also makes me happy knowing that you guys are so strong to stand up and be happy with yourselves after a terrible tragety. I hope you guys live the rest of your lives happily and without despair.
Austin G., Friend
Sep 11 2012 4:06PM
Dear Moskal Family, it has been 11 years since your family has lost an important member. I just wanted to tell you that all of the people of bbhhs still remember and miss you. I think that today of all days could be very hard on you as well as anyone else who could have experienced this crisis. Thank you for being so memorable and reminding us of how serious this day really is.
Kyle V., Friend
Sep 11 2012 3:46PM
Dear Moskal Family: Please know that I continue to think about and pray for you all on this 11th anniversary of 9-11. May you find solace knowing that we will all be reunited again one day. God bless you and Bill. Sincerely, Sean Brennan Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School
Sean Brennan, Friend
Sep 11 2012 2:01PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am truly sorry for your loss. I have lost a loved one as well. My father died when I was 8. It is the hardest thing we have to face in life. Nobody deserves to lose a loved one. Hang in tight. My prayers are with you. May God bless you and your family.
Sofiya B, Friend
Sep 11 2012 1:31PM
Dear The Moskal Family, Every year on 9/11 we feel a lot of the emotions we felt on September 11th 2001. However, you feel the pain every day of your lives. I hope you are proud of how incredibly strong you really are to make it through each day since the unforgettable tragedy of 9/11 occured. My memories of September 11th 2001 is not nearly as strong as yours, but i do remember that I would not stop praying for the people who died, and the families that were affected. You will forever be in my prayers. Your friend, Quinton H.
Quinton H., Friend
Sep 11 2012 1:31PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am truly sorry for your loss that occurred on a tragic day for the entire country. Although it happened 11 years ago, I cannot even imagine how much you miss them every day! I was only six when the event happened so I do not remember much but I do remember the day. My teacher turned on the TV and told us about what was happening. We prayed a lot that day, in hopes that God could do whatever he could to comfort the families of the victims and to make sure that they would end up in God’s hands in heaven. You are extremely strong people and Mr. Moskal is a man who will never be forgotten! My prayers go out to your family! -Natalie M.
Natalie M., Friend
Sep 11 2012 1:19PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am so sorry for your loss. I am assuming Mr. Moskal was a nice man with many good qualities. I hope you are all doing well and just letting you know that my condolences go out to you all. Just remember to stay strong and I am praying for him to be in a better place.
Joey M., Friend
Sep 11 2012 1:12PM
Dear Moskal Family I had the pleasure of working closely with Bill in 2009 - 2008 on an account at Marsh. He was first, the funniest guy and the most genuine person! I think of him every Sept. 11th and I think of you, his family, and wonder how you are all doing. What a tragic loss - he was taken way too soon. He is still missed by many! Sharon Harper Sept. 11, 2012
Sharon Harper, Colleague
Sep 11 2012 10:11AM
Dear Moskal family, im so sorry for your loss. i didn't know Mr Moskal, but i assume he was a very amazing husband and father. No one dissevered to lose anyone. He is in my prayers. Stay strong. Perris,Friend
Perris, Friend
Sep 18 2011 8:02PM
Dear Moskal family, I did not know this man. Althought I didn't know him, I just want the Moskal family to know that I am very sorry. I deeply apologize for your loss. A loss like this is indescribable and impossible to forget. I just want you to know your family was in my thoughts and prayers on 9/11. I hope you guys are happy. Keep Safe. God Bless -Adam
Adam, Friend
Sep 17 2011 7:49PM
Dear Mr. Moskal and family, My condolences go out to your family and friends. I can not even fathom what it is like to use a loved one. As a member of the Brecksvlle community, I feel like you are family. I also want you to know you are in our families prayers. Please be strong and trust in God.
Mike Ferraza, Friend
Sep 17 2011 1:06PM
Dear Moskal Family, I'm very sorry for your lose, though I didn't know Mr. Moskal, he must have been a very nice person. I also had a loved one that was injured and it was very scary for our family. Losing a loved one is always the hardest thing in life. But our hearts and prayers will always be with Mr. Moskal.
Rahul, Friend
Sep 16 2011 11:46PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am truly sorry for the lost of such a great man. When this tragedy occurred, I remember being at my friend's house. I was about 8 years old and I had no idea what was going on. But as I grew up, I become more aware of what happened than when I was younger. The feel heartbroken for all the men, women, and children who were all involved in this attack. If I lost a family member, I don't think how much pain I could be in. I can't even imagine the pain your whole family was in when this happened and also realizing that one of your love ones was part of it. After ten years of 911, your family has all the support from other family members, friends, and everyone around the world. Losing Bill maybe the hardest thing to believe, but keep in your mind that he is always with you and remember to stay strong.
Student, Friend
Sep 16 2011 11:35PM
Dear Moskal Family, I'm so sorry for your lose, though I didn't know Mr. Moskal very well, he must have been a great man.I myself also had a loved one that was injured that day and it was very scary for us. Losing a loved one is always the hardest thing in life but our hearts and prayers will always stay with Mr. Moskal and your family.
Rahul, Friend
Sep 16 2011 11:32PM
Dear Moskal family, I am very sorry for your loss. I never got to meet Mr. Moskal but he sounds like a great man. I was only in kindergarden at the time so I don't remember much about that day. The only thing I remember is that I didn't have to go to school that day. I also remember it being very clam and sad for the next couple days. I hope that you are doing better after losing someone so close and so loved.
Carla, Friend
Sep 16 2011 7:12PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. I can't even imagine what it's like to lose someone that close in that way. I am currently a member of the Brecksville community and know that the whole city is supporting you in these hard times. Just remember to stay strong and know that your family is in our prayers.
sam, Friend
Sep 16 2011 6:36PM
Dear Moskal family, I am sincerely sorry for the tragic loss of Mr. Bill Moskal. I know losing a family member is extremely difficult, but staying strong and positive is the only thing to do. You all have the support of the community behind you. Although I did not personally know Mr. Moskal, I am honored to say that he is in fact one of my heroes. He will always be remembered. God bless.
Kelly, Friend
Sep 16 2011 6:04PM
Dear Moskal family, I am so sorry for you having to suffer the loss of suuch a great man. I didn't get the privlage to meet mr. Moskal, but from what I heard he sounds like an upstanding gentalman. I am sure that he died trying to help others. In my eyes he is a hero. I hope my comments bring comfort to your family. He sounded like a great man
colton, Friend
Sep 16 2011 5:14PM
Dear Moskal family, I am so sorry for you having to suffer the loss of suuch a great man. I didn't get the privlage to meet mr. Moskal, but from what I heard he sounds like an upstanding gentalman. I am sure that he died trying to help others. In my eyes he is a hero. I hope my comments bring comfort to your family. He sounded like a great man
colton, Friend
Sep 16 2011 5:14PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am sincerely sorry for your loss. Although I didn't know your family, or Bill I feel sorrow for what you and your family are going through. Losing someone is hard, but remaining positive for your lost one is the best thing you can do. Bill will never be forgotten and the memory or his life will still live on. Stay positive and strong. Wishing you the best, Olivia
Olivia, Friend
Sep 16 2011 4:23PM
I remember when I was a kindergarderner, and I saw this on tv. I was playing with blocks at the time and I remember building the bolcks up, and then putting my finger through my creation, making it collaps. I did this several times, as I saw it on tv. now that I can understand this happening, I am moved so much due to the fact that so many innocent people died. people like Mr. Moskle. I just wanted to say, Im very sorry and God bless.
Vivien, Friend
Sep 16 2011 4:19PM
Dear Moskal Family, After ten years your memories of 911 are probably just as vivid as ever. losing a loved one is hard in any circumstances, reading these messages i hope you realize the support you have behind you. stay strong, and continue to honor everyone who lost their lives that day.
Kelly, Family
Sep 16 2011 4:10PM
Dear Moskal family, I am very sorry for your loss. September 11, 2001 was a tragic day for our country. I was very young when this happened and don't remember much, but each year I learn more about this day and appreciate those who were there. Mr Bill Moskal was a true Hero and will never be forgotten.
Annie, Friend
Sep 16 2011 3:58PM
Dear Moskal family, my condolences to your family. I can't even begin to find words on what happened 9/11. I'm so sorry for your loss. Mr. Moskal is a hero to all. He died for our country. It's already been 10 years and this country is still standing strong. God Bless America.
Anonymous, Friend
Sep 16 2011 3:32PM
It seems to me that Bill Moskal was a true American, and this country still mourns his death even though it has been 10 years. I cannot imagine what pain his family has been through, but I can only pray for them. I can pray for all the victims and their families, but it cannot fill the void these people left when they were lost. God Bless America
Jason, Friend
Sep 16 2011 3:09PM
Dear Mr. Moskal, I want you to know that we all think of you along with the rest daily. What you had to go through was unfair, and you are missed by many. I remember where I was and how I felt still to this day, even though I was just nearly 6. I remember seeing the tvs, the papers, and feeling so emotional with everyones reactions. I believe you're in a better place, and I hope you're doing good where ever you are now. I'm sorry for your family, but I can just tell they love and miss you dearly. God Bless!
Jordan, Friend
Sep 16 2011 3:09PM
Dear Moskal family, I don't know what it's like to lose a family member from something so tragic. But I do know what it's like to be given news that you know you can't change. My mom has cancer and there's nothing I can do about it. It's like hearing of Mr. Moskal's death and not being able to change it. Even though there's nothing you can do, you look desperately for something that you can do; but sometimes you just have to let destiny take its' course. Remember, everything happens for a reason. My heart goes out to your family as the 10th anniversary of Mr. Moskal's death goes by. God Bless you and your family. :)
Emily, Friend
Sep 16 2011 2:15PM
Mr Moskal will be dearly missed and most certainly will never be forgotten about on that faithful day
Christian Harris, Colleague
Sep 16 2011 1:12PM
Dear Moskal family,Even tho i didnt know Mr Moskal personaly,he was a good man and is a maerican hero in my eyes.Your family are in my prayers and god bless you all.
Jake K, Friend
Sep 16 2011 11:37AM
Dear Moskal Family, I can not even begin to imagine what you have been through the past ten years. I live in your neighborhood, I remember going for a walk or riding my bike past your house and seeing Mr. Moskal playing with his dogs and working in the yard. He is a hero to our town and country. God bless! Love with, Emily
Emily, Friend
Sep 16 2011 10:06AM
Its been a little over 10 years and as a country we still have not healed from the tragic loss. Its hard to see so many lives taken that day, when none of them could even see it coming. Many of them did not have the chance to give the last call to the people they loved because it came so fast. It breaks me down personally to ever see someone I loved or anyone at that have to go through that. My condolences go out to The Moskal Family as they stayed strong when times were tough.
Tyler, Friend
Sep 16 2011 9:23AM
Dear Moskal Family, I know i don't know you, But from what I hear Mr. Moskal was a great man. He is also known as a hero from what happend that september day. I can only imagine how you felt. Im so sorry for your family. Just know that there are people out there thinking of Mr. Moskal and keeping you in there prayers.
Courtney Friend, Friend
Sep 15 2011 11:14PM
Dear Moskal family, September 11, 2001 was a horrible day for everyone. It will always be remembered and also be honored for all of the hurt people and family's. Your husband/father is now a remembered saint that is looked up to be a great man. I never new Bill Moskal personally but I could tell he was a great man. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers!
Alicia, Friend
Sep 15 2011 10:32PM
Dear Moskal Family, Life is our most precious gift, and losing a loved one in a senseless tragedy must leave your family with great pain. I hope your family can find comfort in knowing that people like myself will never forget this event in American history and use the memory of the victims to strengthen our patriotism, and let no one take away the next most precious gift, our freedom.
David, Friend
Sep 15 2011 10:26PM
Dear Moskal Family, I'm so sorry to hear about your great loss. I didn't know Mr. Moskal pesonally, but I know he was a great man and no one deserves to lose a husband, father, or friend in the way that you have. Mr. Moskal is still in our thoughts and prays, to this day. My greatest condolences to you.
Anonymous, Friend
Sep 15 2011 10:13PM
Moskal Family, Over this past week I have seen numerous documentaries regarding the terrorist attack on September 11th, 2001 and I could not help but think of your family and how much this time of year must be hard for you all. I am sincerely sorry for your loss and you all will remain in my prayers. God Bless.
Stephanie, Friend
Sep 15 2011 9:56PM
hello,I know your family has been getting many of these posts, but all I can say is that I am deeply sorry that this had to happen to you. Losing someone is hard, but there is always a light at the end of the tunnel. When I lost my aunt who was very close to me, it was my faith that got me through it. Everything happens for a reason, and God is always there for you, no matter what. Even though its hard to believe that he is gone, he is in a better place, and he will always be remembered by your family and everyone in this community. Sincerely, a friend
Imani, Colleague
Sep 15 2011 9:52PM
Dear Moskal Family, We will never forget that day that all our hearts were broken, September 11. I heard that someone from our community had pasted away and later found out it was someones father. I was crushed. It must have been a hard for your family. I am so sorry for your lost and my prayers are wtih your family. Together we have to stay strong and keep our heads held high. God Bless Bill Moskal, your family, and God Bless America!
Roman, Friend
Sep 15 2011 9:40PM
Dear Moskal Family, I am so sorry for your loss. I can't imagine what it is like to lose someone who is so close to you and who was a big part of your life. On the day off 9-11 took place I really didn't know what was going on since I was only in kindergarten. But now I am crushed when I hear what happened to all those innocent people. I just wanted to let you know that your family and Mr. Moskal are in my thoughts and prayers.
Tiffany, Friend
Sep 15 2011 9:36PM
Dear Moskal Family, Mr. Moskal was one of the unlucky civilians to die in the 9/11 tragedy. The tragedy gave all of us a new look on life. Everyone in the community has grieved over his loss. I hope the Moskal family will stay strong and keep their heads up. It has been 10 years since 9/11 but the wounds will never fully be repaired.
Matt, Friend
Sep 15 2011 9:24PM
Dear Moskal family, I can not believe that someone from our communtiy actually died in 9-11. Now I feel alot more connected to this tragedy than I did the other 9 years. I am sorry to hear that Mr. Moskal died in the crash. All of my prayers and thoughts go out to your family and I hope someday your family will be healed from this. We will never forget what happened 10 years ago.
mike, Friend
Sep 15 2011 8:58PM
Dear Moskol Family, although i have never met Mr. Moskol I have heard many of great things about him. From what i am told he was a loving father, husband, and an all around great man. He is dearly missed in the community by all and our thoughts and prayers are always going out to your family. Your husband and your family is and always will be in our thoughts.
Anonymous, Friend
Sep 15 2011 8:56PM
Dear Moskal family, I am deeply sorry for your loss. It must be so hard for you to deal with your loss. I will never forget what an impact this has made on everyone today but it must be even harder from your point of view. I would just like to let you know that you are in my thoughts and prayers and i wish you all the best.
David, Friend
Sep 15 2011 8:53PM
Dear Moskal family, 911 was a sad and tragic day for all of us, but especially for you. I am terribly sorry for your loss; I cannot imagine the daily struggles you must endure. Always know that your family will always be in our prayers. Stay strong, Moskal family, our prayers are with you.
Stacy, Friend
Sep 15 2011 8:51PM
Dear Moskal Family... You did not ask for your beloved husband and dad to die on the day our country was attacked. But, sadly he did. We were all attacked that day. Some of us more than others. Unfortunately, the blow you received was much harder than that of many others. But as Americans, we share not only the blow, but also the pain and grief that you have had to endure over these past ten years and the many years to come. We are here for you, and we hope for only the best for your family.
Tyler, Friend
Sep 15 2011 8:41PM
Dear Moskal family, I am so sorry for your loss of husband or father. If i was in your shoes I can only imagine the heartache of not having them in your life any longer. I was only in Kindergarden when this tragedy occured, I don't remember much of what happened, but in my mind I know the last 10 years have been painful. Bill Moskal is now considered a hero to me. You and your family are all in my prayers.
annoymous, Friend
Sep 15 2011 8:25PM
September 11, 2001 represents a day of great tradgedy and loss for the United States of America. Even though I was too young to remember all of the events on that day, my parents still remember it quite well. 911 will not only be a day of tragedy and loss for those who remember, but will also be the day that all Americans became one. Heroes were everywhere to be found, joining together to help those who have lost loved ones in this tragedy. I am truely sorry for the your family and loved ones. I will always keep your family in my prayers and heart, and will remember you always. In my heart, Mr. Moskal will always be a hero to me. God Bless.
Samantha, Friend
Sep 15 2011 8:15PM
Dear Moskal Family, I feel sorry for what happened to your husband/ father. At the time of 9/11, I was very young so I don’t remember much about the tragic event. The entire Moskal family are in my prayers. Sincerely, David
David, Friend
Sep 15 2011 8:12PM
Moskal Family, After hearing about what you have gone thorugh these past ten years; I was deeply moved. Mr. Moskal is remembered by many people in the community. The sorrow set in, and I started imagining what that would be like to lose someone you love dearly. Your family is in my prayers.
Sean, Friend
Sep 15 2011 8:02PM
dear Moskal family, Mr. Moskal was no one I knew, but now he is a hero in my eyes. 9/11 was a tragic day for everyone in the United States. I am so sorry for your loss and your family is in my prayers. sincerely, a Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School Student.
anonymous, Colleague
Sep 15 2011 7:41PM
Moskal family, I could never feel the pain you feel every year when september 11th arrives. I want to tell you how very sorry i am for you loss. Mr. moskal was a great man and will always be in our hearts and prayers. Its been 10 years and we still will never forget the tragedy that occurred on that day. god bless you all.
sara, Friend
Sep 15 2011 7:26PM
Dear Moskal family, I wish there is a better way to tell you how sorry I am for your lose and how hard this must be on your family. I will never forget what happen on 9/11 and how this has effected so many people.
Sean, Friend
Sep 15 2011 7:12PM
Dear Mr. Moskal September eleventh was a rough day for everyone that left the whole country stunned and couldn't believe what happened. It has been a decade, and we still haven't recovered from the misery. I send my greatest prayers out to the Moskal family and he will never be forgotten. I can't even imagine losing a son on nine-eleven. It had of been the worst possible day of your life. William Moskal will never be forgotten and I will honor him for his bravery and academic achievement. If I was William, I would be scared out of my mind. I would try to think it didn't happen, but it sadly did. To think I was outside with my cousin that day, it is sad that I didn't get to meet him. Well, I hope the Moskal family is doing well and I hope you are able to move forward.
Vince, Friend
Sep 15 2011 7:07PM
Dear Moskal Family, I know little of what you've been going through for the past ten years. September 11th 2001 was a tragic loss for your family. Mr.Moskal was nothing but a stranger to me but is now known as a hero. Your family and friends are in my prayers. God Bless.
Anonymous, Colleague
Sep 15 2011 6:35PM
Dear Moskal Family, 9/11 was a day that tore a part of the country, but it also brought us together as a whole. I'm very sorry for your loss. It's been 10 years and we all still remember clearly where we were during that September day and what we were doing. Mr. Moskal is truly a hero to everyone. My greatest condolences to everyone in your family. Sincerely, A friend
Friend, Friend
Sep 15 2011 6:23PM
To the Moskal familt, It's hard to hear that someone in my community was killed during 9-11. I was thinking about his family, and his friends. It's hard to loose someone who was once close to you, then poof. Gone. It kills me to see so many hearts broken, so many tears shed, so many family members lost. I am truthfully thankful of my family. I thank the Lord every day for what I have, i am truly blessed with the gifts, and talents God has given me. I feel like Mr. Moskal is a hero, he died for our country, he died or me, for everyone in our community. My heart goes out to the Moskal family, and to everyone who died during this horrific time. God bless America, and everyone in it. Sincerely, A friden
Hannah, Friend
Sep 15 2011 5:28PM
Dear Moskal family, I couldn't imagine what all off you guys are going through. From what I've heard he was a great guy and the best personality ever. I am deeply sorry for your loss you just gotta stay strong and believe now he is in a better place. This is the hardest thing i had to do in my life time. I hope you guys stay strong and can keep your head up. You guys are in my family's prayers and god bless you and everyone
Dan, Friend
Sep 15 2011 5:26PM
September 11th was a day that left this country hurt and helpless. It has been 10 years and we are still not healed from what had happened. I can not understand your pain from losing a loved one but your family are in my prayers. We will never forget those people who left us that day. Even though I did not know Mr.Moskal, he is still missed deeply and will never be forgotten. Stay strong Moskal family. God bless you all
Samantha, Friend
Sep 15 2011 5:11PM
When hearing about the death of Bill Moskal, I was completely shocked. Not only was his death very sad but he died on a day that changed everyone's life today. September 11th was a heart breaking day. Although I was very young it still affects me and many others my age as well. I never knew Bill personally but by hearing stories and reading about him I now know he was a kind soul. Bill will always be in Brecksville's prayers, no matter how many years pass. I send my prayers to his family and close friends. Bill Moskal will remain a true hero and a major part of the United States forever.
Brooke, Friend
Sep 15 2011 4:19PM
Dear Moskal family, 9/11 was a horrible day for not only the victums of 9/11 but also people all of the United States. I understand he was not only a husband, but also a father. I could never imagine how hard it is to lose someone, but I'm sure he stayed strong through all of it. I'm truly sorry for your lose, stay strong! Sincerely, A student
Anonymous, Friend
Sep 15 2011 4:05PM
Dear Moskal Family, I have no words to say, nothing that I feel could dull the pain you must have felt, and are still feeling, besides the fact that I am very sorry for your lost. 9/11 was a terrible event in American history, but I would not just call those killed by this tragedy 'victims.' No, they are much more then that. I would call them heroes. Because that is what Bill Moskal was. A hero. And his sacrifice will not be in vain. I will make sure, as I'm positive everyone else who has known him will make sure, to keep him in my thoughts and prayers. My heart goes out to him and all the victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks. I wish you all the best. Joseph Insana
Joseph, Friend
Sep 15 2011 2:57PM
Dear Moskal Family,I cannot even imagine the sorrow your family is going through.The loss of a loved one can be sad,but just think that he is in a better place now.Although I did not personally know Mr.Moskal,he seemed like a very friendly person to have so many people remembering how wonderful of a person he was today.My grandmother always said,just as we need good people here on Earth,God needs them up in heaven.He and your family are in my prayers.Stay strong.God bless everyone.
Simi M, Friend
Sep 15 2011 11:03AM
Dear Moskal family, I'm deeply saddened by the events of 911 and my prayers go out to your family, he seemed like a great man who had a loving, caring family. every time I see pictures or videos relating to that fateful day ten years ago, I get all water eyed and feel hurt. But one thing we must never forget is to love not hate. One of the hardest things about me writing this is that this man was from my community, even though i was only six at the time of this event looking back now brings tears to my eyes. we will never forget you and the many others lost on that september morning. Rest in peace Mr. Moskal and god bless your family.
Anyonymous, Friend
Sep 15 2011 10:57AM
Dear Moskal Family, 9/11 was a tragic day in American history. I was quite young when it happened, but over the past 10 years, I have learned much more about it. Even though I did not know you, you will always be in my thoughts and prayers. Mr. Moskal and the many other victims of 9/11 are true heroes and they all will be remembered.
Megan, Friend
Sep 15 2011 6:12AM
Dear Moskal family, even though I don't know you personally I am very sorry for your loss. September 11, 2001 was a tragic day for America. As I have learned about 9/11 these last 10 years I have much appreciation for the victims and their families. Mr. Moskal and all the other people that lost their lives are great American citizens and heroes in my mind. Mr. Moskal and your entire family will always be in my thoughts and prayers. I wish your family well, God bless.
Adam, Friend
Sep 14 2011 9:51PM
Dear Moskal Family, 9/11 was one of the worst events in American history. I was very young at the time and didn't really know what had happened. Later on, I learned what had happened and how terrible it was. I felt sad for all the families who had lost their loved ones. On the bright side, in every disaster, heroes emerge. Bill Moskal is one of those heroes. He died for our country and deserves the highest honor. He will always be remembered.
James, Friend
Sep 14 2011 9:42PM
Mr.Moskal we all miss you in our community of Brecksville,Ohio. All of our prayers from Brecksville and Broadview Hts are towards you and your lovely family. May God bless you and your Family.
Anonymous, Friend
Sep 14 2011 8:59PM
Dear Moskal Family, I cannot even try to understand what you have been through in the past 10 years. September 11, 2001 was not only a tragic day for the nation, but also for your family personally. Although I did not know Mr. Moskal, I would like you to know that he, as well as your whole family, is in my prayers. Time is the best medicine. God Bless.
Anonymous, Colleague
Sep 14 2011 8:21PM
Dear Moskal Family,On September 11, 2001, the Twin Towers were hit and destroyed by a terrorist attack. That day has marked America with a day of fear, sorrow, and grief but mostly with a sign of unity of how it pulled many Americans together to remember those who gave their lives for our country. Many innocent, loving people were killed on that tragic day and will still be remembered by many. Whenever I hear about September 11th, people are talking about the 3,497 victims that died but I think of them as 3,497 heroes that represent what the United States is today; united as one. September 11th marks the day where everyone's hearts were filled with lots of love and sorrow for those who died, including Mr. Moskal. Mr. Bill Moskal not only represented the city of Brecksville, but also the United States of America. I honor Mr. Moskal not only as a great person, but also a hero. He is my hero and also Brecksville's. He had no say on what was going to happen on that fateful day, but he still knew, in his heart, that he would be remembered not only by his family, but also the United States. Mr. Moskal will always be in my prayers, thoughts, but most of all, my heart. God bless all of you and God bless America! Thank you.Sincerely,Jesse Cronauer
Jesse C., Friend
Sep 14 2011 8:21PM
I am so terribly sorry for your loss. I have never met Bill Moskal but all of my prayers go out to him and your family. The tragedy of 9/11 was a suprise to all of America and all of the victims have a special place in our hearts. I truly believe God is watching over you and your family and will help you through these difficult times. 'Anyone can give up, it's the easiest thing in the world to do. But to hold it together when everyone else would understand if you fell apart, that's true strength.'
Anonymous, Friend
Sep 14 2011 8:18PM
Dear Moskal family, I can not even imagine how sad you must have been. You will be missed very much, and my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.
matt, Colleague
Sep 14 2011 7:58PM
Dear Moskal Family, Ten years later my thoughts and prayers still go out to you and everyone in the attacks. Like so many Americans I will never forget that day. I never official meet Bill Moskal, but he was an active member in my church and we will never forget him or his contributions to the community. As time goes on we will continue to recover but we will never forget who was lost.
Anonymous, Colleague
Sep 14 2011 7:50PM
Dear Moskal family, I cannot put into words how terrible I feel for you all. I have heard nothing but good things about Mr. Moskal. The city lost a wonderful person on that tragic day. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless!
Anonymous, Friend
Sep 14 2011 7:49PM
Dear Moskal Family, On this anniversary of September 11th, please know that Mr. Moskal has not been forgotten and we still do remember him for the great man and father he was. On that day I was a young child, I could not even perceive what had happened, I just remember watching the television. Smoke filling the air around the two towers and watching the people of New York run in fear and panic. Mr. Moskal will never be forgotten and your family will always be in my prayers. God Bless America.
Sal, Friend
Sep 14 2011 7:46PM
Mr. Moskal, you were but a stranger to me. But as Americans, we are all united. That being said, you are as close to my heart as anyone else in this great nation, especially those who suffered during September 11th. God Bless you and your family, you are sorely missed in Brecksville.
Jason, Friend
Sep 14 2011 7:44PM
Dear Moskal family, I am very sorry for your loss. It's been 10 years but it feels like it was yesterday. I know you probably went through so much pain and sorrow and that just leaves me heartbroken. As a citizen of Brecksville Mr. Moskal is very close to my heart, and is in my prayers.
Alli, Friend
Sep 14 2011 7:40PM
The year of the 9/11 accident, I had moved to America starting my first kindergarten class. But when I was just starting school, already bad things had have happened. All the teachers and parents were crying. They sent all the kids home so they everyone could be with their family members. My parents and I didn't know what anything was going on because we had just moved to America. But later on as i got older, i learned more about my new surroundings. I discovered that a plane had crashed into the twin towers in New York. Innocent people were killed and hurt, many friends and family members were lost. This was really sad news for me but I prayed for all the people who had lost their love ones and they will always be in my prayers. Mr.Moskal, i know i have never known or met you but you were one of those innocent people who had a family but didn't return back safely. You had a family to return to, kids to still raise. Mr. Moskal, you would always be in my prayers and in my heart. You WILL be missed sincerely in Brecksville and even around the world. Your family and friends would always think about you and you will be remembered every day, hours, weeks, months, and even for years. God Bless You and R.I.P.
sohwa, Colleague
Sep 14 2011 7:31PM
Dear Moskal Family, September 11th was a tragedy that will never be forgotten. Mr. Moskal was nothing but a stranger to me but,along with others, my thoughts and prayers go out to your family and friends. 'Time heals but memories remain'
Anonymous, Colleague
Sep 14 2011 6:56PM
Dear Moskal Family, It was ten years ago that the attack of 911 happened. Today, we still honor those who died and fought for us. Going to a catholic school, i remember praying the whole day. I distinctly remember praying so hard that day for those who died in the attack. I have never met Bill, but even today, I still pray for him. I couldn't imagine how your family feels. But just know he is looking down on you right now. I applaud your family for staying strong. Bill is looking down on you with a smile. You are in my prayers, God Bless.
anonymous friend, Friend
Sep 14 2011 6:50PM
I remember 9/11/2001 as the most devestating time of my life The loss for your family really has been hard on my mind. I hope that your family had time to mend and take what Bill would have wanted for you which is happiness. My thoughts and my prayers are with you. God Bless.
Kathy, Friend
Sep 14 2011 2:54PM
Although I have never met or known mr. Moskal, my prayers go out to your family. Although when it happened I was way toyoung to understand, i now realize how tragic it was and it breaks my heart. I will always remember this day and all my thoughts go to your family!
Elise, Friend
Sep 14 2011 1:12PM
Dear Moskal family, I can not even think of how sad it had to be for your family that day. He will be dearly missed in Brecksvill. He will always be with us in spirit. My prayer go out to you.
logan, Colleague
Sep 14 2011 11:17AM
Dear Moskal family, I have never personally met Mr. Moskol, but I have heard many wonderful things about him. I was heart-broken to hear that such a fantastic citizen of Brecksville had passed on 9/11. He is truely a hero in my mind. I can only imagine what your family is going through, and want you to know that your family is always in everyones thoughts and prayers. We will never forget Mr. Moskal and all of the people who died on such a horrific event. God bless you all.
Lauren, Friend
Sep 14 2011 11:15AM
Dear Moskal Family, Personally I have never met Mr. Moskal but I have heard wonderful things about him. He is and will always be dearly missed in your community. God Bless You
Sal, Colleague
Sep 14 2011 11:15AM
Dear Moskal Family, I was very young when 9/11 occurred although I remember coming home from my catholic grade school and running up to my bedroom to pray. To this day, I will never forget the people who died as well as their family and friends who are mourning their loss. May it comfort you to know that so many people care and are thinking of you and your family. Even though Bill is not with us today, he will never be forgotten. His lasting memory and impact on the world will continue to live on. Your family will always be in my prayers. He is a hero. God bless you!
Anonymous, Friend
Sep 13 2011 11:42PM
Dear Moskal Family, I vividly remember my second grade classroom the morning of September 11, 2001. The series of events that was underway was far beyond my understanding, and little did I know that the impact would far outlast the events. It amazes me to see the country come together for a common cause, and mine, alongside the entire community's sincerest prayers and blessings go out to Mr. Moskal and to your family. He is a true American Hero who fully deserves the highest level of honor. Learning about the kind of man Mr. Moskal was inspires me, and I regret not having the priveledge to know him. He will always be remembered and your support base is strong! God Bless.
Anonymous, Friend
Sep 13 2011 9:52PM
'Thank You!' As much as I try to think of other words to express my appreciation, these two fit too well. I'd like to thank you, thank your loving family and thank your loving community. As we all come together and remember what occurred ten years ago we think of those who lost their lives on that fateful day. Not only that, but how much healing the victim's families have had to go through to become strong again. May God be with you and with your family. Finally, May everyone who was affected on 9/11 know that they are forever held in all American's hearts. Again, thank you, for everything. God Bless!
Anonymous, Friend
Sep 13 2011 9:48PM
Dear Moskal family, I personally have never met Mr. Moskal, but I've only heard wonderful things about him. A devoted father, a loving husband, and a hard worker, he is truly missed in our community. Your family is in our hearts and prays. I'm sure Mr. Moskal is watching over you. Gob bless
Ella, Friend
Sep 13 2011 8:18PM
Dear Moskal Family, 9/11 was one of the most heart-broken devastating days I have ever experienced. I was about 5 years old when this horrible event happened. I don't remember much but as I got older I learned more than I wanted too. It made me so sad and overwhelmed every time I heard a different detail. I can't imagine life without someone I loved and looked up too. It had to be so hard, but somehow you managed to get through the rough times. Before I start, I wanted to say sorry for your loss. Bill Moskal was a very accomplished and admirable man. I remember one day about 10 years ago, I was walking on the corner of your lawn and Mr. Moskal was building a bird feeder. Of course, when I was about 5 years old, me, my sister, and neighbor thought it was to keep us out of the yard. Then later on, we realized that he was a great man who loved the outdoors. Mr. Moskal was a handsome, friendly, all around good man who the neighbors loved! He might not be here with us today, but he's in a better place and one day we all will be reunited with him. He will always be missed and never be forgotten. God Bless America. Stay strong Moskal family.
Neighbor Sarah, Friend
Sep 13 2011 7:19PM
I was very young when 9/11 happened. Honestly, I don't remember anything that happened. But, I will always remember the 2976 people who died in this horrific event. In my mind, all of those people are heroes, including Mr. Moskal. I would of been absolutely heart-broken if one of my own family members was taken on that horrible day. Mr Moskal is a true hero in my mind. I'm sure all the men and women who died are looking down and seeing the beautiful memorial that was built for them in New York City and are honored. Our community will never forget Mr. Moskal and all the other men and women who died on 9/11. My thoughts and prayers are with every family. Hopefully, one day, peace and happiness will be brought to America and its beautiful land.
John, Friend
Sep 13 2011 7:16PM
Dear Moskal Family, on September 11th I was way too young to understand anything that happened. But as I got older and realized what happened, it breaks my heart. I remember having the ceremony in our neighborhood with all the candles lit and my parents just crying and crying and I didn't know why. I hope you and your family are doing well. Your family will always be in my prayers. God bless you.
Stephanie, Friend
Sep 13 2011 7:06PM
Dear Moskal Family, Being so young on 9/11, I do not remember much. However, I think it changed our perception of America and what that meant, as a much more unified body than it had been in the years previous. God bless, everyone in America who all suffered through this trauma, but I especially pray for those who witnessed the event and for the families that have been separated by this grave day.
Anonymous, Friend
Sep 13 2011 3:35PM
Dear Moskal Family, When the event of 9/11 struck, I wasn't old enough to even begin to comprehend what had happend. I just wanted to thank Mr. Moskal and you for being so strong and risking everything you had. I don't believe every hero's family ever got the attention and help they needed at the time. This probably doesnt even come close but i just wanted to say thank you for eveything you and your family has done.
Mandy, Friend
Sep 13 2011 2:00PM
Dear Moskal Family, I was only in 2nd grade when the Twin Towers were attacked. Back then I did not really understand what was happening. But as the years went on, I finally started too. As a young american girl, 9/11 has really touched my heart, as well as hearts of many others around the world. On this day, many people in our community remember Mr. Moskal, our very own hero. I pray for you and your family, and I pray that one day you will all be reunited in the place where Mr. Moskal is today, Heavan. God Bless America.
Andrea, Friend
Sep 13 2011 7:37AM
Dear Moskal Family,When the twin towers were hit, I was home with my babysitter and little sister. My mom then came home from work and got me ready for afternoon kindergarten. She decided to send me to school that afternoon because she didn't want to explain to me the meaning of 9/11. I was only 5 years old and I didn't know what was going on. I remember feeling puzzled watching video of those planes crashing into the towers. Every year I learn a little bit more about September 11, 2001. I am very sorry for your loss. I want you to know that my thoughts and prayers are with all of you. George W. Bush quoted after the attacks that, 'we are strong and they cannot touch the foundation of America. These attacks shattered steel, but cannot dent the steel of American resolve.' Our country can only be as strong as each individual countryman's strength. My hope is for each of us to get stronger with any obstacles we face.
Anthony, Friend
Sep 12 2011 10:04PM
'Lean on your friends for strength, and always remeber how much you are cared about.' To the Moskal family, On this anniversary of September 11th, please know that your community supports you. Many of us did not have the opportunity to know Mr. Moskal personally, but from the tributes of his friends and the words of those in the community it's easy to see that he was a fantastic father and husband. We are holding you in our thoughts and prayers.
Veronica, Friend
Sep 12 2011 8:04PM
Even though I don't remember what happened that day, 9-11 was affected by all of the United States. Just knowing that someone from Brecksville just happened to be in one of the Building that fell, is a sad thing to think about. I didn't know Mr. Moskal personally but have heard nothing but positive things about him. I'm sure after 10 years his family misses him more and more as the years go on. Mr. Moskal will never be forgotten in the town of Brecksville. Mr. Moskal, as well as all the victims of 9-11 will always be in my heart.
Carissa, Friend
Sep 12 2011 7:29PM
Although I was in kindergarten when the twin towers were hit, I probably remember it more than any other little girl. At the time my dad was working at the Federal Building in downtown Cleveland. The flight that ended up crashing in Pennsylvania flew right over my dad while he was working but thankfully was released before the crash. In the meantime, my mom came to get me at school. As I got into the car, my mom had this look of horror on her face, a face that I will never forget. All I remember asking was 'Is Aunt Dina ok?' She is my mom's best friend who lives in New York City, and thankfully she was alright. The teachers didn't tell the student too much about what was going on because they didn't want to scare the children. At home, we sat and watched as a family as our country fell apart, but all we could do was pray. Every September 11th, we honor those victims who had fallen in the 9-11 attack. This day will never be forgotten by anyone. You are always in our prayers, and God Bless America.
Michaela, Friend
Sep 12 2011 7:25PM
9/11 a day that nobody will forget. Mr Moskal is a hero, anybody that was involved was a hero. I am praying for the Moskal family in these hard times that they know that we will always remember the civilians and firefighters that have fallen that day. Mr. Moskal you will never be forgotten.
Chris, Friend
Sep 12 2011 6:13PM
Being very young when 9 11 had happened, I could not remember what I was thinking or doing. As most people would tell you, they have stories of what happened to them or what they remember. For every year that passes on that dark day, I see light, hope in the eyes of Americans. We all came together in a time of need and a stranger became your neighbor. I believe that America is united in an unbreakable bond. What doesn’t kill us only makes us stronger. Those that have fallen are not forgotten.
Amanda, Friend
Sep 12 2011 5:45PM
Septmeber 11th really makes me think about families like yours, a family who has lost someone do to it, but is still strong. Although i don't know Bill he is a hero in my eyes, along with everyone involved that day. Mr prayers and thoughts are with everyone close to him.
Jess, Friend
Sep 12 2011 4:07PM
Dear Moskal family, When the twin towers were hit, I was in kindergarden. At first I did not know what had happened, but I quickly found out when I got home. I am very sorry for your loss, I know what it's like to lose a father. But, things do get better over time. As the old saying goes 'Time heals all wounds'. At least we know where we'll be in the end. May Mr.Moskal rest in peace, and I hope that one day that you will see him again. God Bless America.
Ryan, Friend
Sep 12 2011 12:38PM
I may have been only in elementary school, but this unfortunate day impacted me greatly. On this special day I have been talking to my parents and discovered that Mr. Moskal lives in the neighborhood behind my house. I did not personally know Mr. Moskal, but my dad said that he knew his son as a student in high school, and my mom said the one thing she remembered from him was how well manicured he kept his lawn. He trimmed the hedges, mowed the lawn, and kept it looking perfect. In the words of my mother, ' There was not a single weed or dandelion in the yard and not a blade of grass touching the sidewalk.' I also learned that a plaque was made in his honor at the entrance of Emerald Woods. This loss, as were all of the deaths on September 11, was a tragic and sad one, and I'm very sorry to know someone in Brecksville was lost on this unforgettable day. I will now have someone to think of every time this day comes around.
Nick Good, Friend
Sep 12 2011 12:02AM
Dear Moskal Family, The day of 9/11 I was 5 years old and really dont remember much about that day, but every year me and my family remember those who had left us that day. I will always keep you in my praters and may God Bless You and this greatest nation on Gods Green Earth
Lukash, Friend
Sep 11 2011 10:27PM
Even though I did not have the pleasure of knowing Bill and the rest of you, you all are in my prayers. I cannot imagine the pain you went through, and you all have my deepest sympathy for the loss of your husband, father, and friend.
Elizabeth, Friend
Sep 11 2011 10:15PM
To the Moskal family; As my mom and I watched all the documetary's today; I couldn't help but feel sadness, and anger...and pride. I was only 5 years old when this event happened, and did not understand then what was going on. But I do today, I would like to say that I prayed for all the families today in church, but your family I asked a special blessing. As well as all all the workers and volunteers in which helped. Your husband and father will always be remembered by our community. God Bless
John Kunakowsky, BBHS Student
Sep 11 2011 8:19PM
I worked at Pathfinders Travel Center back in 1990. I got to know Bill just from his calling to book his travel arrangements. What a kind, devoted Man and Father. My heart and prayers go out to all of you. He is missed
Kathi DiPaolo, Friend
Sep 11 2011 6:12PM
Even though I don't know you and don't remember a lot from September 11th, you and your family will be in our prayers today. I can't imagine how hard it is to live without someone you love. My mother always said people are more important than things. It's always a good idea to go back to thinking in that way.
catherine, Friend
Sep 11 2011 6:07PM
Dear Moskal family, I was very young when the towers were hit, but I sill remember coming home from school and seeing the 2nd tower go down, my mom was crying and my brother had a blake look on his face, even if I did not understand it at the time, I do today, I pray for you and your family. I can not imagine what it would be like if that was my father, I will never forget you and your father will always be in my prayers. Your friend, Nick
Nick, Friend
Sep 11 2011 5:57PM
Although I never met you, I have come to know your wife, Lorraine. She is very proud of you as well as the children Jesse and Andy do to. She is very strong and knows some day you will meet again. May you rest in peace and GOD bless
mary jane kaput, Friend
Sep 11 2011 10:51AM
My thoughts and prayers are with Bill's loved ones today. Not long before 9/11 Bill and his colleagues visited our manufacturing facility in Middle Tennessee. During our meetings Bill was very professional and thorough and during our luncheons when we all were able to chat his excitement and enthusasim about spending time with his family was the main topic. My husband had completed an Ironman so we talked about all the biking and how he loved to spend time riding and wanted to do more of it with his son. May peace and comfort that only Jesus can provide (it surpasses all understanding) continue to be yours each and every day.
Karen Runkle, Colleague
Sep 11 2011 8:42AM
Bill, we are thinking of you and your family on this day from the midwest colleagues of Marsh. You are not forgotten.
Lauri Hanson, Colleague
Sep 11 2011 7:55AM
Dear Moskal family, I don't remember much about 9/11, except that my uncle was in the pentagon when it was hit. I understand what you all are going through. Mr. Moskal will be in my family's thoughts and prayers.Sincerely, Nick
Nick, Friend
Sep 10 2011 12:56PM
Dear Moskal family, I would just like to say that I still think about 9-11 often, and can't imagine how you felt on that day. I’m so sorry that you had to go through losing a loved one. Many were terrified for their lives and others. There's not much I can remember from that day but my mom was deciding whether or not I should go to school, but I did end up attending. We were all confused as to what was going on that day, but now that I'm older I realize how much of a tragedy it was. That day will never be forgotten, along with all the innocent lives. Sincerely, Marissa
Marissa, Friend
Sep 9 2011 3:46PM
Dear Moskal Family: As we approach the 10th year since the tragedy of Tuesday, September 11, I want you to know that my thoughts and prayers are with Bill and all of you. I continue to be moved to tears for the folks we lost that day. May God bless you all. Sincerely, Sean Brennan
Sean Brennan, Friend
Sep 9 2011 11:24AM
Dear Lorraine, Bill was my first student teacher at Somerset Jr High. We were teaching Geography at the time. The students love him and he was well respected by the staff. It was only natural that he would go on to do great things in his career. He will always be remembered-I think of him every day. My thoughts and sympathy are with you. Gary Mauzy
Gary Mauzy, Colleague
Sep 3 2011 11:45AM
Dear Lorraine, With the heartbreaking anniversary of 9-11 just around the corner, I can not adequately express to you how difficult this will be for us and can only imagine the pain that you and the kids will be feeling. You are not alone. Not a day goes by that we don't think of Bill and our faith in our Lord, Jesus Christ, teaches us that he is with our Savior. May peace be with you, Jessie and Andy. with love PJ & Barbara Campbell
PJ Campbell, Friend
Sep 1 2011 2:26PM
Dear Lorraine, Jessie, Andy: I was a first cousin to your husband/father. My mother and Bill's mom Eleanor, were sisters. When my mom married, she moved to NY, but she and her family visited Johnstown every summer until Bill's sister, Paulette married in 1966. My siblings and I played with 'Billy', as we called him; I was terribly fond of him! Our families eventually lost touch with one another, and I did not know right away about Bill's death. When I found out, I wrote to Eleanor, and he was included in a special service at our church. It was stunning to read about some of his hobbies. Gardening and classical music, opera, and jazz are very much part of my life! And yes, Bill had a wonderful sense of humor, even as a young boy. I always cried every time we left Johnstown after a visit; I kept waving to my cousin until we rounded the corner (was it Wilson Street?). I cry for him still. Please take comfort that he is in God's nearer presence now. Sincerely, Norma
Norma Jeanne Young, Family
Jul 26 2011 8:16PM
Lorraine, Jessie, and Andy, Bill has been in our thoughts again since Osama Bin Laden has just been killed. We often think of Bill (especially on Sept. 11 each year). As former backyard neighbors in Olmsted Falls, we enjoyed talking with Bill when he would be out working in his back yard.What a good sense of humor he had and he would always tease me when August arrived, because he knew I would be preparing to go back to teaching a few weeks later. He was a very special person. We were so saddened to hear the tragic news that Bill had been in one of the Twin Towers that day. We think of you and your children often and want you to know that we were so sad to hear the news about Bill. I know our 'kids' are grown now and I hope Jessie and Andy are doing well. Fondly, Jeanne and Bill White
Jeanne and Bill White, Friend
May 2 2011 5:43PM
lorraine, my wife,lorraine, and i are thinking of you on this day...kindest regards from your colleague and friend..arny rubin
arny and lorraine rubin, Friend
May 2 2011 5:13PM
An unexpected view of a photo from September 11 caused a chain of memories to unravel...ending with you. I enjoyed your quick laugh and your keen wit displayed in a dingy basement office of a now defunct steel mill. Peaceout my friend.
Jay, Friend
Apr 5 2011 9:44PM
Was thinking of you at Heinz on Sunday old friend. You, Loraine and the kids are in my thoughts and prayers always.
jack, Friend
Dec 21 2010 1:30PM
LOVE AND MISS YOU BILL
DOLLY, Family
Sep 12 2010 8:39PM
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family today, Bill. We miss you and think about you often. May God bless you and watch over and protect your family. ~Tricia
Tricia Frisby, Colleague
Sep 11 2009 9:00AM
I was blessed to meet Bill years ago when we worked on projects in Nebraska. A wonderfully talented man, kind, professional and most of all, a true friend. I can only hope to see you in heaven buddy and have a cold one with you. Cheryl
Cheryl Eggert, Colleague
Sep 11 2008 8:37PM
Bill, my friend and colleague .... I can not believe it has been 7 years .. I know you are with God and having fun .. but we sure miss you here. Always in my thoughts and prayers. God bless your family. Your friend always ... Joanie
Joanie Schneider, Colleague
Sep 11 2008 8:12AM
Bill Moskal was a family friend of ours, he was both a friend of mine as well as my Fathers, Mr. Moskal and my Father coached my Brecksville Rec Baseball team, along with his son Andy. I am deeply sorry to Andy as well as the rest of the family, and hope you guys are doing well. Haven't seen or heard from you guys since the tragity. We are currently living in Florida, and I will be attending Ohio University as a Freshman this fall. Once again, Sorry for the loss and hope you guys will get this to keep in touch. Sincerely, Bobby Ondercik & The Ondercik Family
Bobby Ondercik, Friend
Aug 3 2007 9:44PM
It was my pleasure to have met and worked with Bill in the summer of 2001 when Marsh Company collaborated with Scott Fetzer Company to visit the division of which I was/am an employee of. I work with the France Company, just outside Nashville, TN. At the time, I had just been promoted to the position of Safety and Training Coordinator. While I had been with the company along time, I was very new to the world of safety. I have never forgotten the time spent in meetings with Bill, in disussions as regards safety. He was so patient, kind and helpful in giving me direction and guidance in the few sessions I met with him. His encouraging words were very influential in my growth as a Safety Director. Already today I have remembered him and have remembered his family. I remain grateful for having had the opportunity to have met and worked with Bill. Sincerely, Shirley Robertson Director of Human Resources
Shirley Robertson, Colleague
Sep 11 2006 6:03PM
I met Bill just a few months prior to 9/11/01. I work for a company just outside of Nashville, TN and he and a few colleagues from Marsh flew down with our Corporate Risk Mgmt. team for a presentation. I enjoyed meeting with all of the team from Marsh but I especially remembered Bill because we discussed during our business lunch the fact that my husband was a triathlete and was starting his training for his first Ironman event. Bill was very interested and just beamed when he described how much he enjoyed cycling with his son. I was so very saddened the day we learned that Bill was at the World Trade Center on 9/11 and have wanted to let you know how he carried his family in his heart. My thoughts and prayers are with you today. Karen Runkle
Karen Runkle, Colleague
Sep 11 2006 5:17PM
just wanted to say God bless to his family.. i was looking through who all lost their lives in 9/11 and came across his name William 'Bill' Moskal, that's also my husband's name.. i know you don't know us, we just wanted to send you a note to let you know people all over are still remember that day, like it was yesterday, it changed us ALL! again may god bless the wife and kids.. ~Michelle Moskal
Michelle Moskal, Family
Sep 11 2006 3:52PM
I am thinking of you today, Bill. Bless you.
Michael C. Sensiba, Colleague
Sep 11 2006 1:44PM
Dear Lorraine, Jessie and Andy: I had the pleasure of spending a lot of time with Bill in Akron during law school. Bill was a couple years ahead of me so he basically 'showed me the ropes' of how to survive the law school experience. Bill, Jeff Myers and I spent a lot of time together. In fact, Bill stayed at my apartment the final week of school due to the expiration of his lease, as I recall. Lorraine and Jessie, he spoke of you often and how much he missed you since he was living in Akron and working at a power plant in another city. His dry sense of humor about law school and life in general helped to relieve the stress that first year law students experience. Each of us has the opportunity to touch the lives of others. Losing my father recently, I realized that I had a more complete picture of who he was and how he lived by hearing from others how he touched their lives. I'm sure that the mosaic of Bill's lfe has been filled in by hearing from others over the last four years. I pray that the Lord Jesus Christ will continue to comfort you and give you strength. Sincerely, Harold J.P. Migias Canonsburg, PA
harold j.p. migias, Friend
Sep 12 2005 9:36AM
I had the pleasure of working with Bill during my tenure with Marsh. As an OCIP Manager, I regularly talked with and met Bill at the job sites in Cincinnati. A sharp eye for detail, Bill did not miss anything. I know that the construction crews were impressed with his knowledge of safety and had enormous respect for his ability to work with others. A good man and a good friend, I count myself very fortunate to have met and known Bill.
Adam Reiff, Friend
Jun 14 2005 1:30PM
Bill was one of my very best frends in Cleveland. His wife and my wife were college roommates so our relationship goes back many years. Bill loved sports and he and I shared season's tickets for the Indians and the Cavs. We had a ball watching the Tribe in the 90's. On a few occasions, I took Bill to Buffalo to watch the Buffalo Bills and after the ball games we had the privilege of attending aftergame parties hosted by Bill's Quarterback Jim Kelly. I had the fortune of growing up with the 'Kelly Boys' in a small town along the Alleghany River called East Brady, Pa. and we were treated like family. Those parties will be talked about for the rest of our lives and my buddy Bill Moskal was a part of the fun. Bill would be so proud of our Troops (and their familes) who are making the ultimate sacrafices to keep acts of terrorism from ever happening on our soil again. He is a proud American, who always covered his heart when he sang 'God bless America.' Peace and Love to you Bill Moskal. P.J.
P.J.Campbell, Friend
May 5 2005 4:27PM
Because Bill dealth with construction safety and had the work demeanor to be successful with that crowd, a lot of his co-workers never got a fair picture of the real Bill. I was almost one of them. For a while, I led the consulting sales effort in the Cleveland office. Bill's office was right next to mine and it gave me a chance to get to know him and his trade. I was quickly amazed at his skill and professionalism. I wanted to learn more about what Bill did and went on a few trips with him. On one trip, we visited the old Reds stadium just prior to opening day. Our visit was to provide safety guidance to the stadium construction crew given that the center field seats were demolished to make room for the new stadium. I was amazed at how senior construction management almost hung on Bill's every word. His work protecting lives at those new stadium projects earned him a permenant tribute there. What was more amazing to me was our dinner the night before. During our time together, he opened up about one of his dogs, Mike, who had cancer. I doubt many colleagues have ever seen that side of him. The only word I can think to describe it was 'tender'. Another time, he and I got caught in Detroit trying to get home from a trip. He was trying to get back to see one of Andy's games and it gave him a chance to talk about his favorite subjects, his kids. I have so many fond memories of the times we would just hang out in one of our offices, planning how we might win over some less-than-open-minded client executive or listen to some new piece of music he brought in. I miss Bill, and wish I had seen him as the kind, funny, loyal guy he was sooner than I did. I know I would be the better person for it.
Michael Keating, Colleague
Mar 23 2003 9:46PM
It is a rare day that I don't think of Bill. He was born a little before midnight on August 17th, 1951. His Mom (my aunt Eleanor) noticed someone staring at here in the hospital room. It was my Dad, (her brother), Leonard. She said to my Dad, what are you doing here this late? He said to his sister, Eleanor, that Betty (my Mom) was giving birth! So I was born a little after midnight, on August 18th, 1951. We two cousins shared the same hospital room at Mercy Hospital in Johnstown, PA. I still have a picture of Bill with his Mom, and me with my Mom, in the hospital room as babies. Over the years we shared many memories in church, school, going to movies (Bill liked action movies like The Dirty Dozen or civil war movies). When Bill had rheumatic fever at age 13 and was bedridden I would visit him and we played many board games. We also enjoyed tv shows like Leave It to Beaver and the Rifleman, where we used to count how many bad guys he shot in one show. If bill hadn't had rheumatic fever, I know he would have been big in sports, because he liked sports so much and was an extremely fast runner.I sure would like to have Bill back with us. Your cousin Lenny
Leonard Shurin, Family
Nov 1 2002 9:41PM
Bill, I didn’t even realize you were in New York on September 11th until I spoke with someone from our office that evening. In the days to come, I refused to believe that I would never see you walk by my desk or talk to you again. Because you always projected such an air of confidence and strength, I was convinced despite everything you would be back. I feel very privileged for having had the opportunity to know and work with you. I admired your knowledge, expertise and professionalism. After completing a work site visit, you would not rest easy until a report was completed and back in the hands of the Safety Manager. You were respected by your colleagues, clients and the guys that worked at the construction sites you visited. You cared about what you did and you were good at it. I miss you. Looking at you, no one would ever realize what a wonderful sense of humor you had. Somehow that made it even better. You were so funny and off-the-wall, I never knew what you were going to say next. I always enjoyed listening to the stories you would share about your family. In those stories, you conveyed the love and pride you had for your wife, Lorraine and your children, Jessie and Andy. I remember seeing you and Lorraine with your heads together at a company Christmas party laughing and sharing what must have been a private joke together. The two of you looked like you were meant for each other. Through you, I came to know how intelligent and talented Jessie was and how Andy was doing in his wrestling tournaments. He sounded a lot like you . . . competitive and able to excel at whatever he set his mind to. I know that you especially enjoyed your vacation with Andy before he went back to school last year. We would even talk about your wonderful boxers, Mike and Zelda. Each one of them having a personality all their own. I know you really enjoyed the time that you spent with them even when you were trying to nurse Mike back to health. Now he is with you. You would be so proud of Lorraine, Jessie and Andy. They are a living testimonial to what a loving husband and father you were. They honor you daily through their examples of strength and courage. God bless you and your family, Tricia
Patricia Frisby, Colleague
Sep 10 2002 3:21PM
Dear Lorraine - I just read your letter to the NY Daily News today, 'For My Bill & All The Others,' and completely agree with your call to rebuild the Towers as a tribute to Bill and all the others we lost that day. I never met your fine husband, but I will always think of Bill and the 2800 others everytime I walk by the site on my way to work, no matter what is eventually built. God bless you and your entire family, Brian J. Goodwin
Brian J. Goodwin, Friend
Jul 17 2002 6:36PM
To Bill's Wife and Kids: Bill's Office was four offices down from mine when I was the Bond Manager for Marsh in Cleveland from 1995 to 1997. He was a brilliant man and one that had the utmost respect from clients and fellow co-workers at Marsh. Because I too worked on construction clients, we shared a little in common and had numerous discussions. Bill was highly sought after for his level of expertise in his field and he even had an open ended opportunity with one large client because of his ingenuity. Bill was a first class employee/professional that had much dedication. More than his professionalism and character in the Marsh family, Bill was a quality, quality person. My last memories were Bill and I strolling through the JFK Airport after the 17th Annual Construction Conference put on by IRMI. I remember our conversations. This man left a strong message with me that will always remain. Lorraine, I am glad you and Bill have a daughter that selected I.U. as I am from Indiana. Lorraine, may you and your children be comforted. Rest knowing that Bill Moskal was the kind of person that loved life, his family and pet and that he is in good hands. Sincerely, Don Kersey, Tampa, Florida
Don Kersey, Colleague
Jun 1 2002 5:30PM