Norma Taddei
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Norma, your daughter Mary has carried on your legacy. You can be very proud of the woman you raised.
Kara Whitfield, Friend
Feb 25 2023 5:17PM
Norma, It has been 18 years, and you are still missed and won't be forgotten. May you rest in peace. Baldwin
BL Don, Colleague
Sep 11 2019 7:43PM
Norma, you are not forgotten. I think of you often. Rest in peace
eileen mcguire, Colleague
Sep 10 2016 9:39PM
I knew Norma from IBM. Norma was wonderful and a pleasure to be around. She was a very special person who was so caring to everybody she met. What a great character she had that we all can emulate. Thanks, Norma.
Tom Jelinek, Colleague
Sep 12 2012 2:30AM
My God-Mother Norma. How I miss you. You are a beautiful person and it is sad not to have you here with us. Your life was cut short but I am so greatful to be your GodDaughter. I am blessed to have had the chance to be a part of your life. You are so loved. I will always be your God Daughter. I cherish that with all my heart. I love you. Love Toni
Antoinette Chiesa, Family
Jul 24 2012 12:19PM
Norma, I remember you from my early days at IBM. I was a Rep and a kid in my twenties. You were like a Mother to all of us, always helpful and kind. Thank you. We will always remember you... Sincerely, Juan
Juan Jones, Colleague
Sep 11 2011 11:34PM
Dear Grandma, Now that I am old enough to know what happened to you I just want to say I love you! You were the best person in my life. Now that your gone I miss you dearly. I miss you and love you alot you granddaughter,Ashley
Ashley, Family
Jan 28 2011 9:13PM
It has taken me six years to voice my feelings for Norma. I used to work with Norma at Marsh & McLennan on 6th Ave, she was one of the first people I met. I was young, and away from my family, yet I always looked forward to seeing Norma everyday and knowing that I would be able to get some motherly love. She would always tell me what a great job I was doing, and how my mom must be so proud of me. I miss Norma. I left Marsh a year or so before they moved our department to the World Trade Center, and she was one of the first people I thought of when I heard/saw the tragedy. I miss her saying ciao bella - I say that phrase all the time because of her. I make great manicotti because of her. I am a better person because of her. I miss my surrogate mom, and her talking about taking care of her mom and husband. She was a wonderful woman, words cannot express enough the impact she had on my personal and professional life. If I close my eyes, I can still see you sitting next to me at your desk, dishing out praises, love and laughter...I miss you. Monique
Monique Cotton, Colleague
Sep 11 2007 1:27PM
Dearest Norma, I think about you often... Still here at IBM and wonder what it would have been like if you were still here to keep us in check. IBM lost a great person when you left and the world lost a great person on 9/11. You will always be in my thoughts...
Betty Shrem, Friend
Feb 6 2007 3:58PM
Norma, I will always remember your caring help and support. We miss you. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Satish
Satish Vamburkar, Colleague
Sep 11 2006 9:32AM
Grandma, I remember when I came over to your house I always saw you with a smile on and cooking something good in the kichen. I always thought about what would happen when you were gone. Now I know. I am proud to say you were my grandmother, and I miss you dearly. Love your granddaughter, Marisa Catherine Taddei
Marisa, Family
Dec 5 2004 8:58PM
Norma, Ciao bella! You used to always greet me with 'Ciao Bello!' You were so sweet, right from the start and were always so kind and funny. I remember whne you joined us on the third floor of 125 Broad street. You lit up the place and treated me like family. I was so heartbroken to find out we lost you. I still cherish seeing you and Barbara Walsh sitting together in the pictures from my baby shower. I am honored that you were there. I miss you. Love always, Michael Cantatore
Michael Cantatore, Colleague
Feb 3 2003 2:36PM
Ciao signorina ! This is what Norma always would say when she would see me. Whenever I used to stop by her desk, I would ask her to speak to me in Italian so that I could learn more - she was a great woman who is missed. She would tell me about her grandchildren and always ask how my daughter is doing. When my friends gave me a baby shower at 125 Broad St in 1998 - Norma came and she gave me 'Barney' kids dish set and now everyday when my daughter uses it I remember her. My prayers go out to her family! Ciao bella signora !! Chris
Chris Lanore, Colleague
Jul 31 2002 10:34AM
I worked with Norma on the 96th floor of 1WTC. Norma always introduced herself as the 'Mom' of our group. She was wonderful. She took care of all of us. When ever we needed lunch ordered for a meeting, she made sure we were all well fed!! I will always remember Norma as a caring, kind, good woman. She loved her family and was very proud of them. We heard such nice stories about the Taddei gang. I miss her very much. My condolences to her family.
Eileen McGuire, Colleague
Apr 10 2002 3:24PM
Dear Norma, God bless you. You have been in my thoughts and prayers. I heard about your untimely passing through Steve Bartimioli. I will always remember you from our days at IBM. Good bless you. Ralph G. Trombetta
Ralph G. Trombetta, Colleague
Apr 8 2002 6:00PM