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|John F. Casazza|
World Trade Center, New York City, NY|
Employer: Cantor Fitzgerald
Colts Neck, NJ
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Leo D. Cayanong
Our heartfelt condolence to the family! It is really a great lost for that outrageous crime of humanity-the 9/11 world trade Center tragedy.Our prayers for the family as we know His soul is now in hands of the Almighty God.God Bless America!
The legacy that John has left to me is his total devotion to his son. When I think about John, the first thing that comes to mind is how much he really loved his son, and the undivided attention that he gave him. At any time that I visited the Casazza’s, there they were John and John Jr. together. John would round up the neighborhood children. They would go into the garage, where there would be enough sports equipment to rival the local high school, and pick out the equipment they needed to play any game they wanted to. And before you knew it, all the kids were playing a pick-up game of wiffle ball, basketball, or some other game. All the kids would be having a blast. I think that meant a lot to John. You could tell he enjoyed working with children. Even some of the other adults would get into the mix. John knew how important it was to be a hands-on Dad and how sports would provide John Jr. with invaluable lessons and experiences. When I first meet John, I was not a father yet, however, I knew what kind I wanted to be–Thanks John. In the short time I knew him, John had made an indelible impression on me. The way I will remember John, is when I’m with my son trying to be the father that he was. John Jr. will never forget how much he was loved. Our prayers go out to the entire Casazza family.
My his soul sail into heaven and may God forgive all his sins and misgivings.