Moccia, Paul [MC1972]
Laboratory Supervisor at HDR, Inc.
Attended Long Island University C.W. Post Campus
Lives in Cornwall, NY
I was born and grew up in Mt. Vernon, NY in the 1950s and 1960s, I attended public schools through the eighth grade, and then on to Mt. St. Michael Academy in the Bronx (Class of 1968). I then went to Manhattan College (Class of 1972) and started full time employment with the envronmental consulting firm of Lawler, Matusky & Skelly Engineers, LLP (LMS). They merged with the envronmental consulting firm of Heningson, Durham and Richardson Architecture & Engineering, Inc (HDR) in 2005. I been with the same firm for 39 years and love my job.
Hi, I’m Paul. Some people call me the “Fish Guy”, and some people call me clumsy (Dad called me a bull in a china shop), except when wearing my baseball glove. Access my blog for a multitude of ideas on hobbies and interests for the Baby Boomer generation, such as fishing, fantasy sports, movies, books TV, collectibles, etc. Ask a question, give an opinion, suggestion, hit or idea, or just say hello. I’m looking forward to virtually meeting you all. Remember that an active mind and body adds to a longer life
I am a people person and have been married for 31 years to a beautiful person. I have two wonderful grown children and a great dog. My interests include sports (baseball, hockey and football), fish taxonomy and behavior, using the computer (fantasy baseball and hockey, Facebook and blogging), reading (Nook) and listening to audio books (from science fiction and fantasy to American history and period fiction to mysteries and thrillers), movies, TV and collecting stuff.
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