Condolence & Memory Journal

I just heard today that Bill died and I was greatly saddened to hear the news. Bill worked for me for a brief time at Deutsche Bank while he was running our financial library (archive dept) in Totowa. When I tell you I cannot even guess how many boxes/items Bill was responsible for, I am not kidding, it was tens of thousands and Bill, being as meticulous as he was, never lost an item in his entire history at the bank. Bill liked his job and to say he was good at it, is an understatement. Beyond our work relationship, I admired Bill for the simple kind of hard working man he was. Bill knew what the real value in life is, and he cherished it. He was the kind of guy that you want as a friend and neighbor. He was rich beyond possessions and took great pride in his family and faith. We had limited contact after Bill left the bank and we moved the company to Jersey City, but I know that I will now miss Bill too, as I know all his family and friends do. Please accept my rather belated condolences. Rest in peace Bill.

Posted by John Irons - Summit, NJ   November 29, 2018


I am so sorry for your loss. There are never adequate words of sorrow to express when you lose someone you love. My best wishes that your memories give you comfort at this time.

Best, Mary Ann Piazza

Posted by Mary Ann Piazza - Rutherford, NJ   July 24, 2017


Bill was a good person and a great friend who will be truly missed!

Posted by Maria Bastone - Knoxville, TN   July 22, 2017


Posted by Sharon Bodner - Elmwood Park, NJ   July 22, 2017