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Our love for you is endless, Lorraine, Jessie and Andy.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School
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!
Sept. 11, 2012
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. :)
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
I would just like to say that I still think about 9-11 often, and
can't imagine how you felt on that day. Iâ€™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.
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.
PJ & Barbara Campbell
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.
Jeanne and Bill White
Once again, Sorry for the loss and hope you guys will get this to keep in touch.
Bobby Ondercik & The Ondercik Family
Director of Human Resources
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.
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.
Harold J.P. Migias
A good man and a good friend, I count myself very fortunate to have met and known Bill.
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.
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.
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,
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
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.
Don Kersey, Tampa, Florida