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In Tribute to Joseph A. Mascali
44 years old.   Residence: New York, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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We just bought Joseph's house in Richmondtown SI. Their is a workbench in the basement where his children wrote in crayon "we love you daddy" "Chris's workbench" "Joey's workbench" " The Mascali's" and "Daddy's workbench" The neighbors told us that Joey built the dollhouse/shed in the backyard for his daughter to play with. They also told us that he was a great guy and that he had died a hero on 9/11. We feel honored to live in his former house and feel we would have liked him although we never met. Yesterday on the fifth anniversary of 9/11 I said a prayer for him and his family. I also saw his picture in the paper and the lovely poem his wife wrote. For now we will leave the crayon markings in tribute to a real man who should have never died with all those other untimely deaths

*** Posted by Karen and Barry Cohen on 2006-09-13 ***

Today, September 11, 2006 I am thinking of Jospeh Mascali and his family. I met Joseph (Joey) only once. But I remember the loving way he held his daughter in his arms, his warm smile and the sound of his laughter.

*** Posted by Christine Dirks, London Canada on 2006-09-11 ***

We Love you Love you Love you sooooooooo much, always

*** Posted by Us on 2006-01-18 ***

I never met Joseph Mascali, but I wore his name and picture around my neck for the Patriot Group Walk held by my school yesterday, October 22. The heads of the Patriot Group told each walker to bring our firefighter home and talk to them whenever we needed to. It was an honor to have walked in remembrance of all the 9-11 firefighters and to have them all serve our city.

*** Posted by Jane on 2005-10-23 ***

My two brothers and I played baseball against Joe's brother Arnie for many years.  We teamed up in high school at Poly Prep.  Arnie played on the varsity as a sophomore, when I was a senior (1982).  That year, my brother Dennis and I moonlighted as banquet waiters at the Royale Catering Hall in Brooklyn (McDonald & Ditmas).  We met Joe there, as he was also looking to pick up a few extra bucks.  When Joe found out that we were Arnie's teammates he treated us like gold.  This was backbreaking work; and Joe always used to finish his tables and then come over to help us finish ours.  Always.  He was about 8 years older than me but he made quite an impression.  He was a man of kindness, integrity and class.  My sincerest condolences to the Mascali family for your loss.  Hang in there Arnie.  I know how hard it is.  To Joe's children, I hope you can take some solace in the knowledge that your father was the type of man we all aspire to be.  God bless you.

*** Posted by Kevin Mulhearn on 2005-02-18 ***

I love and miss you more everyday my beautiful Brother.
You are always in my heart. Until the day we meet again.
I Love You, Joey!!!!

*** Posted by Cathy Mascali on 2004-10-21 ***

To John and the rest of Joe's family and friends, my deepest condolences and gratitude for Joe's heoric actions to help save our friends and neighbors on that terrible day.

*** Posted by Charles Firneno (cfirneno@hotmail.com) on 2004-06-07 ***

I knew Joey from my neighborhood in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. He worked in my parents Italian deli when he was a teenager. Ever since I found out about Joe's death, I have thought about him and the family he left behind. My thoughts and prayers go out to his Mother and Father who were wonderful people. To Johnny, his brother, whom Joey was very close to, His other siblings and to his wife and three children. I am so sorry for the tragedy which you have all suffered.

*** Posted by Fina on 2004-03-19 ***

I never knew Joseph. I wear his name on my bracelet in honor of his sacrifice and bravery. I just visited Ground Zero for the first time since 9/11. I have a picture of his name on the list of heroes. Being from Texas, we never liked "Yankees", well we are all New Yorkers now. One firefighter after 9/11 said that God needed firefighters in heaven and we sent him our best. I can not put in any better than that.

God Bless the Mascali family. I will never forget Joseph.

*** Posted by Rick Tindal on 2003-10-14 ***


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