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Richard S. Gabrielle was a fifty year old insurance broker who loved cars, especially his Volkswagen, "Baby P". He resided in West Haven, Conn, and worked in New York City...in the World Trade Center.

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Mr. Gabrielle was murdered on September 11, 2001 by terrorists, but he lives on in our memories.

From Your Spirit Lives On- In Loving Memory of Richard S. Gabrielle

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Your spirit lives on through our love.
Our lives are forever changed since the evil on nine eleven
But peace and freedom will prevail with your loving soul in heaven.
We must celebrate your life to heal,
Live our lives to the fullest to get beyond the pain.
You left this earth a hero
And your spirit will always remain.


United in Memory Quilt

Richard with "Baby P"http://www.clubb5.co.../bond007_01.jpg

Legacy Tribute

2,996 is a tribute to the victims of 9/11.

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7 Comments On This Entry

Another "extra" ordinary American Hero. Very nice Mr. Naron.
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Oh Chris, the poem that you found was so heart-wrenching. I couldn't figure out who that was that wrote it. Do you happen to know if it was his wife, his daughter?

Thank you Chris for doing this. It sounds like Richard touched many lives and obviously had great taste. :ph34r:
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He looks like he would be a fun person to be around! God bless his family. Thanks for this, Chris.
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ilja, on Sep 11 2006, 11:00 AM, said:

Oh Chris, the poem that you found was so heart-wrenching. I couldn't figure out who that was that wrote it. Do you happen to know if it was his wife, his daughter?

Thank you Chris for doing this. It sounds like Richard touched many lives and obviously had great taste. :hug:

I think it was his daughter. Not real sure, though.

Thanks everyone. I don't know about the rest of the bloggers taking part in this, but if feels rather strange.
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Mr. Naron, on Sep 11 2006, 05:17 PM, said:

ilja, on Sep 11 2006, 11:00 AM, said:

Oh Chris, the poem that you found was so heart-wrenching. I couldn't figure out who that was that wrote it. Do you happen to know if it was his wife, his daughter?

Thank you Chris for doing this. It sounds like Richard touched many lives and obviously had great taste. :hug:

I think it was his daughter. Not real sure, though.

Thanks everyone. I don't know about the rest of the bloggers taking part in this, but if feels rather strange.

It made me feel like I really did know someone personally who we lost on that day. I also felt like I got to somewhat know the others that the rest of you wrote about.

This project has made 9/11 more real to me in a way since I live so far away and didn't really know anyone. There is something about concentrating on real people instead of just reading the number of those who were taken in such a violent and dispicable way.

It's almost like instead of looking at 9/11 with binoculars, I was able to look at it with a microscope.

Either that or I've had too much Diet Dr. Pepper today. ;)
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Kathie, on Sep 13 2006, 12:02 PM, said:

Thank you for sharing Richard with us.

You're most welcome.
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Gabrielle, on Apr 19 2008, 06:21 AM, said:

Gabrielle, on Apr 19 2008, 08:17 AM, said:

Mr. Naron, on Sep 11 2006, 05:17 PM, said:

ilja, on Sep 11 2006, 11:00 AM, said:

Oh Chris, the poem that you found was so heart-wrenching. I couldn't figure out who that was that wrote it. Do you happen to know if it was his wife, his daughter?

Thank you Chris for doing this. It sounds like Richard touched many lives and obviously had great taste. :unsure:

I think it was his daughter. Not real sure, though.

Thanks everyone. I don't know about the rest of the bloggers taking part in this, but if feels rather strange.



Hello everyone, I know this is late in coming, but I just stumbled across your site. I wrote the poem for my Uncle Richie, who was also my Godfather. I lived in New York at the time, and I speak on behalf of all the Gabrielles who are blood-related- his brother (my dad), his sister (my aunt and Godmother), my brother, and more... we are a very small family who adored my Uncle Richie. The impact of the loss on our family is tremendous. He was the one who kept us all laughing. He lived with us when I was young, and we all have so many fond memories of him. Life is not the same without him, but to honor him, we honor his spirit by embracing life. Thank you for your kind words, everyone.... Please don't ever forget Richard Gabrielle.

Thanks Gabrielle. I just hope we can all keep his and all the others' memories alive so that no one ever forgets. It's going to get easier and easier to pretend nothing ever happened on that day, but we can't give in to complacency.

I hope you and yours are well.
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