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In Tribute to George Bishop
52 years old.   Residence: Granite Springs, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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Best friends in grade school- years that formed us. Took a Cub Scout trip up the Hudson with his good and gentle dad. Spent the clear blue day, not unlike 9-11, at West Point. George was not the type to run and jump (though he could outrun everyone in our class). He climbed a tank slowly with a respect that I now see precocious in a young boy. His smile was one of real joy, a smile only dampened once in eighth grade when we heard something about Cuba and some missiles.

George taught me my first piece on the piano with an unusual three fingered bass (thumb, pointer, and middle) that I still use today. We went to different high schools and sadly never saw much of each other after that. But he is undeniably part of me now. I will remember his clear eyes, sharp mind, and the spring in his step that came from his buoyant spirit.

We can only wonder of the private terror he faced and I still find my 12 year old self reaching out in a timeless world to rescue my 12 year old friend. But time is real and despite the violence, these ten years have at least allowed me a softer view that I find captured in these words from Joyce’s Ulysses:

“Frail from the housetops two plumes of smoke ascended, pluming, and in a flaw of softness softly were blown.”

May his spirit continue to blow softly upon us all.

*** Posted by Michael Waldron on 2011-09-10 ***

George was a classy guy, great colleague and showed me a few tricks in the business. Thinking of him and his those he left behind.

*** Posted by Rick Anthony on 2011-09-06 ***

I found out that George had died in the 9-11 tragedy when we were researching our fellow classmates for our 40th high school reunion in 2007. Needless to say, I was so saddened by the news because what I remember about George in high school was that he was nice, kind, smart, gentle, and just a great guy. I remember this about him as if it were yesterday, and we were 'patrolling the halls' :-) together ... so vivid are my memories of him. All my love from my heart ... to you his family for your and our loss.

*** Posted by Margaret Pappas on 2009-03-17 ***

Thinking of you each time 9/11 is mentioned. George was a very nice person.

*** Posted by Joanne Hummert on 2007-10-09 ***

I am so sorry for what happened to these people. It is a tragedy. I almost lost my father as well. He is in our prayers!

*** Posted by Ashley on 2006-12-15 ***


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