Eugenia Piantieri

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Eugenia - I was talking about you the other day when I went home. We were talking about Jazzfest, Whities and Crawfish! You will never be forgotten.
Jo Ann Schackai, Colleague
Sep 11 2015 8:54AM
Jeannie was my sister in law. She loved her family, friends and life itself. She especially loved her nieces and nephews, they were her world. She was amazing at learning a language. Loved the theater, art and Guam. I miss her laugh.
Diane Arrants, Family
Sep 10 2015 4:06PM
Eugenia, another year passes and the pain remains the same. We will never forget that day we lost you and so many other colleagues. I take comfort in knowing the sweet caring person that was larger than life and knowing she is with angels. I still give you full credit for your 'Girl from the North, Girl from the South' joke. Love and miss you, Jo Ann
Jo Ann G. Schackai, Colleague
Sep 8 2014 3:48PM
10 years don't make me miss you any less. I had a dream about you about a month ago that was just so real. Your beautiful hair, your beautiful smile, your beautiful laugh, and your great style . . . It was like you had never left. Love you and will always miss you. XXOO Sharon
Sharon Sikkema, Friend
Sep 10 2011 3:08PM
Thinking of you as the tenth anniversary approaches, Eugenia. I still remember your delightful personality, the sound of your laughter and your bangles, and your wicked Imelda Marcos imitation! I hope to visit you at the memorial some day.
Kate Connors, Colleague
Sep 2 2011 12:51AM
We got him Auntie. You have been avenged. We miss you, we love you. May you now rest in peace. It is my sincere wish this brings peace to your family. Mikie
Mike Closser, Family
May 2 2011 3:26AM
WE GOT HIM AUNTIE!!!!!!!!!!!! YOU HAVE BEEN AVENGED. YOUR DEATH IS NO LONGER IN VAIN!!!!
MIKIE, Family
May 1 2011 11:29PM
Especially remembering you today Eugenia. I so miss our friendship, and I know I'll never laugh with anyone as much as I laughed with you. And today I wore an animal print belt just for you!
Sharon Sikkema, Friend
Sep 11 2010 5:53PM
It's hard to believe that it's already been NINE YEARS since that horrific event when I lost my first cousisn, Jean in the first tower that fell (she was on the 80th floor conducting training for Marsh Ins. Co.)!!! She was the pride and joy of our family, the firstborn granddaughter on the Perez/Bonio side. I will always remember her and I treasure the memories of her laughter, her kindness, her intelligence, and her inward and pyhsical BEAUTY! She is now with my sister, Kiddie, and all the angels and saints in heaven, who are all celebrating their new life with Our Father!!! I love and miss her so VERY MUCH!
POLLY PEREZ (BONIO) QUICHOCHO, Family
Sep 10 2010 11:03AM
I'm gone from Marsh now (but you know that already). God blessed me with an early retirement. It's been really good. We may think less about 9/11 now, but that doesn't mean we have forgotten. We will never forget. Love and stitches, Lynn
Lynn D'Aunoy, Colleague
Sep 13 2009 7:51PM
Eugenia, I still think of you now and then. I remember all the fun we had when we, J&H; New Orleans, took you to the Jazz Fest. Knowing you're in a better place helps a bit!
Mary Ann Ryan, Colleague
Sep 11 2009 1:09PM
I always looked forward to your visits to New Orleans -- even if I hated going to the classes -- I only went because you were the best.
Rick Ankesheiln, Colleague
Sep 11 2009 1:07PM
Eugenia, we haven't forgotten about you and we know you are in a better place with the angels taking care of you! We still miss you here in New Orleans. I'm drinking a cup coffee just for you!
Patsy Gorman, Colleague
Sep 11 2009 12:55PM
Still think of you and miss you. I know you're up there somewhere laughing with that infectious laugh. I love sharing with my Grandchildren that beautiful Christmas book you gave me. XXOO Sharon
Sharon Sikkema, Friend
Sep 11 2009 7:52AM
Eugenia, There still isn't a day that goes by when I don't think of you. There are so many times when something funny happens, and I think how much you laugh at it. And then, there are so many times when I ask myself 'What would Eugenia do?' I know you're doing well. Love Ya, Sharon P.S. Animal prints are still very fashionable!
Sharon Sikkema, Friend
Sep 11 2008 9:22AM
I miss you aunt Gene... I love you and you are always in my thoughts and you will always be in my heart!!
Megan McCann, Family
Sep 11 2008 1:31AM
Anthony--We extend to you our sympathy on recently learning of you family's tragedy . The tributes certainly portray Eugenia as a remarkbale person , wife and friend . --Respectfully--Fred and Carol Weinstein
Fred and Carol Weinstein, Friend
Jan 12 2008 9:54AM
Crawfish, Jazz Fest & Eugenia. What a combo! She loved to visit the New Orleans office and we loved having her there.
Jo Ann Schackai, Colleague
Sep 11 2007 5:44PM
To Eugenia, I think about you often and everytime I buy coffee. I can always remember that when you came to New Orleans for our training class I would buy a couple of pounds of New Orleans coffee for you to bring home. Eugenia loved New Orleans coffee. I know you are an angel drinking our New Orleans coffee. Miss you very much!
Patsy Gorman, Colleague
Sep 11 2007 10:04AM
I think of you often and smile. You were a light in all of our lives when you visited the office for training. We actually looked forward to your training. I will always remember the Jazz Fest we attended together.
Jo Ann Schackai, Friend
Sep 11 2006 10:29AM
I still see that smile and hear that laugh everyday. Love Ya! Sharon
Sharon Sikkema, Friend
Sep 11 2006 7:28AM
In reviewing the lists of those who perished on 9/11, I came across this person's name, and regrettably believe that she was the wife of a friend from college, Anthony Piantieri. Tony please accept my deepest condolences for this profound loss to you and your family. Regards, Anthony Aceto
Anthony Aceto, Friend
Aug 8 2005 8:27PM
Quizás nos une la casualidad del apellido pero me sumo al homenaje desde Argentina.
Rubén Ricardo Piantieri, Family
Mar 26 2005 9:23AM
Estou escrevendo do Brasil, naturalmente a Eugenia é da minha familia..... Fique com DEUS.....
Walfrido Piantieri, Family
Feb 3 2005 1:25PM
It's two years today, and there still isn't a day that I don't think about you. As I was getting ready for work this morning and deciding what to wear, I thought about how we both loved animal prints and about the leopard print scarves that we both had alike. It was a little warm to wear a scarf today, so I wore my leopard print shoes just for you. There's a candle buning next to your photo on my desk today, and when I look at that smile on your face, I think of how we used to laugh. And I'll never forget that one of a kind smile and laugh. Still miss you and love you. Sharon
Sharon Sikkema, Friend
Sep 11 2003 9:43AM
I know Eugenia and Tony are watching over us from above. John
John Winter, Colleague
Sep 10 2003 12:21PM
Eugina, Ive know you from the J&H; days. You were always a very freindly, sweet and classy individual. I always admired you for that and I wish I had the cance to tell you that personally. My last memory of you is you Greg Reda and I sharing an elevator down, on the way home, at WTC. It was only a few days before 9/11. I remember telling Greg, after we parted ways in the lobby that I thought you were a nice person. Now you and he are in heaven together. I hope you are at peace. Michael Cantatore
Michael Cantatore, Colleague
Feb 3 2003 2:11PM
It's hard to believe it's almost a year. It still hurts. We still think about you and miss you.
Lynn D'Aunoy, Colleague
Aug 1 2002 9:01AM
Anyone who had the pleasure of meeting Eugenia would know the glow of her personality. She had a smile that would light up a room, laughter that left you no choice but to join her. Her enthusiasm was endless. I met Eugenia during a Johnson & Higgins Insight training session in Charlotte, NC. We hit it off as soon as we met, we were buddies. I remember how much she loved NY, which surpised me knowing she was a 'west coast' gal. We were going to 'paint the town' as soon as I could arrange a visit. I finally arrived in NY, last week. I had to visit ground zero, not much left but what appeared to be a construction site. I stood there with tears in my eyes, remembering my dear sweet friend and our visit which would never take place. I remember one special phone call....she was getting married! She was so happy! Busy schedules kept us from talking too much however we would share a laugh via e-mail. I can not seem to delete her from my address book, I just want to send her one more message....I miss you. I will always keep you in my heart, in my memories. Thank you for your friendship. I'm sorry I took so long to visit NY, I had looked forward to sharing a little of the City with you. Your Southern Buddy - Lisa aka 'Wild Woman' To your family: I can not imagine the loss you feel. Eugenia & I shared only a little time together but she was very special. Perhaps one day we will have some understanding of why we suffer such horrific tragedies in our lives. If nothing else, I feel blessed to have shared the laughs I did with Eugenia. She will always remain in my heart. I know she was well loved by all who knew her.
Lisa Smith, Colleague
May 6 2002 1:51PM
Eugenia was one of the five that were lost from my team. When one of us would go on the road (especially San Jose), she'd always dig through her files to come up with the perfect place to go for dinner. We would also compare notes on the commute from 'up north' -- me on the A train, Eugenia on the express bus. My deepest condolences to her family.
Paul Zorovich, Colleague
Apr 18 2002 8:54AM
Euginia led training classes in the New Orleans office on numerous occasions. She was a patient and knowledgable teacher. Her skill was exceeded only by her energy and enthusiasm. She loved New Orleans with its great food and entertainment and always found the time to enjoy both on her visits. She will be sadly missed by all who came to know and love her. She is one of many very special angels who are now watching over us.
Lynn D'Aunoy, Colleague
Apr 12 2002 9:40AM
I became a friend of Eugenia's about eight years ago while she was conducting a training session in the Grand Rapids office of Johnson & Higgins. She was so fun loving and vibrant, and we soon became close friends. Eugenia was extremely well versed in the arts, and during our many fun weekends in New York, we would tour the MET, MOMA and the Guggenheim. She loved New York City with all its cultural opportunities, and she loved sharing it with her out of town friends. I learned so much from Eugenia, and much of what I am today is because of her. The last time I spoke with her was the Friday before September 11. I had an extremely busy summer with travel, a home move, and my Daughter's wedding. During that conversation, Eugenia reminded me to take a deep breath and to enjoy the moment. We would quite often end our phone conversations with a 'Bye' and a 'Love Ya!' I can't remember if I ended our conversation that way on that Friday, but I choose to believe I did. Eugenia truly appreciated and enjoyed life. She was loved by many, and along with so many of her other friends, family, and co-workers, I miss her very much.
Sharon Sikkema, Friend
Apr 9 2002 3:23PM
I also had the pleasure of working with Eugenia on the cross-company implementation of KnowledgePlanet. Eugenia took over the management of this project from another colleague and was amazing at how quickly she learned the software. She was also quite adept at helping me to manage the vendor and put in a lot of extra time to prepare Marsh for implementation of the system. Throughout our working relationship, she was positive and proactive. I will remember her wonderful smile and infectious laughter - and I feel honored to have known her. She will be greatly missed.
Debbie Wheelock, Colleague
Apr 9 2002 2:14PM
I remember back on all the fun we had with Eugenia in San Jose. She was always in the center of things. A day did not go by where we didn't laugh. We must all remember to laugh a lot together, each and every day! Linda Wieck (Eugenia called me Wacky Wiecky)
Linda Wieck, Colleague
Apr 8 2002 5:26PM
Eugenia and I worked together with many others (including Dan Nolan, whom I also miss) on the KnowledgePlanet rollout. She was a joy to work with and someone I depended on for that project. I miss her sense of humor, ability to quickly solve problems, and the way she always kept things in perspective a great deal.
Robin Lange, Colleague
Apr 5 2002 9:25AM