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In Tribute to Stephen V. Mulderry
33 years old.   Residence: New York, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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Was thinking of you tonight with the Series on. It brings me back to a night when we watched the Series in Spence's room in the uptown campus.

The Maginn newsletter arrived at my house Friday. It brought back some old memories: Rosemont, the Scooter, Jersey Shore, and the Rhino trip to the Cape to name a few.

I think of you and your family often. Miss you, man.


*** Posted by Steven Novotny on 2009-11-01 ***

Hey Stephen,
Wish you were still here

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2009-09-12 ***

I knew you at SUNY Albany and have never forgotten you. I don't think I've ever met anyone who exudes the kind of positive energy as you. You had an amazing spirit. I think of you often and especially remember you today.

*** Posted by Suzanne Golden on 2009-09-11 ***

Dear Steven,
On this date I think of you and pray to you. You are greatly missed! For those who read this, I knew Steven at a very young age, growing up about 5 to 6 houses away from the Mulderrys in the 70's. We were the quintessential "South Pine Gang Kids". Almost like the kids depicted in the movie "The Sand Lot". Looking back I remember Steven as being a great kid; talented, smart, and compassionate. You knew he had what it takes to succeed in life, even at a very young age. I recall the privilege of being invited to play basketball in their back yard. I was the worst player there and I knew it, but Steven would encourage you to play/practice every day; "Hey Zullo, you just have to keep playing"! I recall the sound of the ball hitting the backboard even from my house and when that sound had subsided you knew it was "all net"! I'll never forget those times growing up and I'll never forget you Steven! Pray for Us as we Pray to You!

Peace and Love,
Paul A. Zullo (one of the South Pine Gang Kids)

*** Posted by Paul A. Zullo on 2009-09-11 ***

I am also from the UK and watched the Channel 4 Programme 'Phone calls from the Towers' and was very moved by the dignity, courage and inspiration of Stephen's mother. My thoughts and prayers are with her and the family on this poignant day.

*** Posted by Gerald Lawson-Tancred on 2009-09-11 ***

I've just seen the documentary phone calls from the tower here in England, I just wanted to say how sorry I am for you. Your mother and family are so strong and are a true inspiration to everyone. You were an amazing kind hearted person who was much loved. Your life and story touched so many people around the world, it's safe to say you will never be forgotten. By watching this you have inspired me to be a better person offering the kindness you showed to others. You were taken too soon from this world, but still living on through others. I'm sure you are looking down on us all living on in the next world. All my love to you and your family, sadly missed.

*** Posted by Mark on 2009-09-09 ***

I have never met you or your family, but I watched (in England) the programme, "Phone Calls from the Towers," and I want to say how much I admire your beautiful mother: Her strength of spirit, inner beauty, and lack of malice. Also, the way in which she and your father brought up so many children to become as lovely as she is. 9/11 should never be forgotten. I, like so many others, remember it with horror and such sadness. And it hit me hard because I worked as a flight attendant with British Airways at the time and associate so clearly with what the crews of the airplanes must have gone through. I do not normally hold grudges, but, like the holocaust, this day must never be forgotten. My love to all your family.

Allegra in England

*** Posted by Allegra Martin on 2009-09-08 ***

You are an inspiration to all.

*** Posted by Mark on 2009-09-08 ***

I am from England, and there was a TV programme on this week remembering victims of 9/11. The interview with Stephen's mum really touched my heart. What a beautiful mother, who had raised such a lovely son. I can only say that, even though I don't know the family, my thoughts and prayers are with them. He looked like a wonderful person.  xxx

*** Posted by Rachel on 2009-09-08 ***

Hi, Stephen,

When I heard the news that Michael Jackson died, I immediately thought about you and our fun evening at his concert at Madison Square Garden on September 10, 2001. I remember you smiling and singing along to all the songs. I'm glad I have that lovely memory of you.

*** Posted by El on 2009-06-26 ***


Willy and I were at Spence's 40th B-Day party last night, and we spent a lot of time talking about you. It was great to share some stories and remember how much you meant to both of us. We miss you!


*** Posted by PR on 2009-03-28 ***

Zip, I have a girl (Jordan) and son (Alex) now. I let them know every time things are tough, or life isn't fair, that your spirit and warmth still lives inside me. I talk about your love for life, your ability to make others around you feel special, or just that smile, man! I will never forget you or your family. Thanks for the pleasure! Because it was all mine! I intend to share it with everyone! Thanks, simply. CANDY!

*** Posted by Stephen M. Ries on 2009-02-16 ***

Last time we saw each other I was playing drums on Uncle Jack and Aunt Pat's dining room table with you on the guitar. (After Ellen's wedding?) You (with NO urging) got the guitar going and I accompanied. Strumming and thumping to the Stones 'You Can't Always Get What You Want.' And you know I think about that time I last saw you and wonder if you c/have seen the future what might have been done different then, that night. The future appeared to weigh so very lightly on you, (and I'm not just talking about you in the giant Martini glass. (Yeah, your Mom had'em all out for our goodbyes to you)

Staying in the moment with you was always a good thing, and especially good for you who had such a short time. Isn't that what people do when they know how much time they have left--keep present? Good move Stephen.

*** Posted by King of the Cousins on 2008-09-11 ***


Thinking of you and your family. Miss my friend.

Steven Novotny

*** Posted by Steven Novotny on 2007-09-11 ***

I'm sending wishes and prayers of love and support to everybody who is missing Stephen on this day.

*** Posted by Sefi Knoble on 2007-09-11 ***

I still laugh when I think of the many times you entertained us all at Sweet Melissa's, your UES apt., The Parker House, The Pool Bar, the Spring Lake house, and the list goes on.... You made every person in your presence feel welcome, and your dance moves put us all to shame! You were a friend to so many, and you truly were the glue that brought people together. I miss you ... I really do.

*** Posted by Annie V. on 2007-09-11 ***

As I sit here with two beautiful boys in my life (Ryan and Drew) Jen and I still think about you daily and always wish you could be here to make these great moments even better. I miss your laugh, your wit, and most of all, your advice.

We hope you are enjoying yourself and are having as much happiness as you always gave us. We miss you and love you.

Rob, Jen, Ryan, and Drew Greene

*** Posted by Rob Greene with son Ryan Stephen Greene on 2007-09-11 ***


I only had the pleasure of meeting you a few times, but it was easy to tell how much joy you brought to your friends' lives. You could tell that they were always a little bit happier whenever you were around. I used to work for Rob Greene and attended a couple of your basketball games in the Hamilton Fish league. For good reason they always seemed a lot happier when you were able to make it to those games. I am sure that you found a good pick-up game where you are now. I kept you and your family in my prayers today. God Bless!

Tom Ryan

*** Posted by Tom Ryan on 2006-09-11 ***

You were such a great friend to me for so many years. I will never forget the kindness you showed me from grade school through college. I remind my two boys how important it is to be nice to the girls in their class. I've often tell them stories about a cute, little, freckled faced boy named Steve Mulderry, who would always make me smile! You still make me smile Steve. I feel blessed for having known you. You are missed.

*** Posted by Diane Allen Dewey on 2006-09-11 ***

I will never forget you.

*** Posted by Gary Trobee on 2006-09-11 ***

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