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January 27, 2013
Doloris and Family. I am sorry for your loss, but we know that Bill is in a better place. It was good to see him and yourself at Mass a few weeks back at St Katherine Drexel. He will be missed by the many students who had the honor and priviledge of his role as Principal at Tighe School and also a member of Blessed Sacrament Parish all these years. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
January 27, 2013
Doloris and family; It was so good seeing Bill and You a few weeks ago at St Katherine Drexel Mass. I am sorry for your loss and know that Bill is watching down on you and his family. He was a wonderful man and I will have fond memories of him when we would talk after Mass or when he was walking in the halls of Eugene Tighe School when he was principal. My prayers and thoughts are with you all...
January 27, 2013
To the Mosca Family,

My prayers and thoughts to the Mosca Family on your loss. Mr. Mosca was not only my principal, but also my siblings and numerous children in Margate.

I will remember his wonderful personality and our chats when I would run into him as I got older.

Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.

Brian Zawid
January 27, 2013
Like many others, I remember Bill Mosca's warmth, fierce intelligence, and eagerness to help in any way he could. My parents were Holocaust survivors, and he often talked to them (in German) about that time period, his compassion always evident. My sister Linda and I grew up a block from his house, and we agree that we will never walk past that house without looking to see if he's coming out to talk with us. He will always be remembered.
January 27, 2013
Bill Mosca, what a wonderful person you were! My Aunt Tosca lived next door to you and Dolores for many years and my daughter Danielle went to Tighe School while you were the Principal. You were a part of our lives and we were blessed to know you. Margate won't be the same without your warm smile, big heart and compassionate ways. Rest in peace, dear, sweet man.

Mae (Manfre) DeVincentis
3 East Gilmar Circle
January 27, 2013
Bill always seemed so robust that we might have expected him to live to be 110. Alas, he is gone, although the beautiful impression he made on our lives will linger. He exemplified the idea that true greatness in men comes through success at ordinary deeds.
January 26, 2013
To Kenny, Michael and the Mosca Family,

My thoughts and prayers go out to you all. May the Good Lord comfort you at this time and the days ahead.

Gregory Smith
January 26, 2013
I consider myself privileged to have met Rebecca's grandfather on several occasions. He was a wonderful man and had a great spirit about him. You all are in my prayers.
January 26, 2013
We lived next door to the Mosca family and watched the children grow up. Bill was a wonderful neighbor and friend to my parents, Rose and Morris Friss. Here was a man who was loved by everyone who knew him. He was upbeat, kind and compassionate. He and Delores were a loving couple and terrific parents. Bill was always ready to go out of his way to help any of his neigbors. While I haven't seen him in many years, I will always remember what a fine man he was. My thoughts and prayers go out to his loving family.
January 26, 2013
I also was privileged to have Mr. Mosca as my principal. What a gifted man. He had a way of making you feel good about being admonished by him, which of course never happened to me. I last saw him around Christmas on the Gladstone Avenue sidewalk. In discussing the holiday with him, he reminded me, with his Cheshire cat grin, that Jesus was Jewish. I suppose he was trying to tell me something. He will be missed, but his vision will always be present.

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