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August 20, 2018

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September 11, 2017
On the train into NYC this somber morning. Thinking of you all always - and especially remembering today. Sixteen years have filled time and space, but your light lives on. Sending you all peace, love, and strength.
September 11, 2016
God bless
September 11, 2016
Thinking of you today and always... Your bright light continues to shine in this world. I will never forget.

You are all in my prayers and thoughts as we remember together. Love, hope, and faith always.
September 11, 2016
I know you don't know me but I had to share a memory. I worked at Merrick Inn in Lexington, KY. Rick Pitino would come in after some basketball games when he coached at University of Kentucky. I always thought how cool it was to see him coaching a game in another state and then I would see him the same day at the restaurant. I will never forget how I was finally introduced to Rick Pitino. It was through introduction by Billy Minardi. It was after a game and in came Coach Pitino, his lovely wife Joanne and her brother, Billy. I had never met him or Mrs Pitino. They came into the bar area after the restaurant kitchen was closed. Billy was so nice and funny. He wanted to see if they could still get something to eat. I told him that the kitchen was closed. He immediately in his strong New Yorker accent said jokingly that he was "gonna send some people from up north to 'take care' of me" As if he was part of the mafia. It was so funny! He then proceeded to ask me if I knew "his brother Rick?" And walked me over to Rick Pitino who I had waited on many times, and introduced me. Billy was so warm, kind, funny, full of life. He easily put a smile on your face and made you feel comfortable, even in front of Rick Pitino. I just had to share this memory because I only knew him for a few mere minutes and he made an impact. God Bless You All!