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Anonymous (not verified)

February 24, 2020

I really enjoyed looking through the pictures of Uncle Dicky. I can't believe how much Andrew looks like his father. All my love, Lori

Posted by Lori Dzieciolowski-Brown

Geralyn (not verified)

September 09, 2021

Doesn't seem possible... You are thought of every day by family and friends who still have hurting hearts... We go on because you would want us to but our lives are lived with less love due to our loss... Missing everything that made you so special to our family... Your ready smile, the light in your eyes, your kindness, generosity, sense of humor, and your easy ability to make our world a better place... Give Uncle Joe a hug... Until we meet again... XO

Posted by Geralyn

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Place of Residence:
Middletown, NJ
Location on 9/11:
Fiduciary Trust International | Vice President
Hobbies and Special Interests:

Richard James Stadelberger, 55, of Middletown, N.J., formerly of New Dorp, was a broker with Fiduciary Trust. His office was on the 94th floor of Tower 2 - the south tower. He was one of the 87 employees of Fiduciary Trust who died on 9-11.

He was a loving father, coached Little League baseball, taught, and even years later is still fondly remembered by the people who knew him. One of his former employees remembers him ending every day at the office by giving them his thanks for the effort they put in each and every day.