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A file photo of a memorial at Eisenhower Park in East Meadow that bears the names of the victims of Sept. 11, 2001. (Sept. 9, 2007)

Remembering LI victims of 9/11

Newsday's ongoing, interactive series profiling Long Island victims and their families 10 years after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

Timothy Alan Roy, 36, of Massapequa Park, was
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Timothy Alan Roy, 36, of Massapequa Park, was a sergeant in the NYPD's Surface Transit Enforcement Division. Though he usually worked in Queens, he was at Brooklyn traffic court the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. When he learned about the attacks he called his wife and said he was heading to the World Trade Center, where he was last seen helping burn victims. His remains were found months later. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Antonio Rodrigues, 35, of Port Washington, was a
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Antonio Rodrigues, 35, of Port Washington, was a Port Authority police officer regularly assigned to the bus terminal. He had been called in to assist at the World Trade Center on 9/11; his body was found between the collapsed towers on the basement level. He was buried a month later at Knolls Cemetery, near his home. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Christopher Matthew Panatier, 36, of Rockville Centre, was
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Christopher Matthew Panatier, 36, of Rockville Centre, was a foreign currency trader with Cantor Fitzgerald on the 104th floor of the north tower. No remains were recovered. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

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John Florio, 33, of Oceanside, was a New
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John Florio, 33, of Oceanside, was a New York City firefighter with Engine 214, Ladder 111, of Bedford-Stuyvesant in Brooklyn who died in the south tower. His body was found Oct. 26, 2001, and buried in Calvary Cemetery in Queens. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Martin DeMeo, 47, of Farmingville, was a 16-year
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Martin DeMeo, 47, of Farmingville, was a 16-year veteran of the New York City Fire Department, working in the hazardous materials unit in Maspeth. Remains were recovered. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Andrew Rosenblum, 45, of Rockville Centre, was an
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Andrew Rosenblum, 45, of Rockville Centre, was an institutional preferred stock broker with Cantor Fitzgerald in the north tower. No remains were recovered. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Michael Mullin, 27, grew up in Holbrook and
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Michael Mullin, 27, grew up in Holbrook and lived in Hoboken, N.J. He worked at Cantor Fitzgerald as a trader on the 104th floor of the north tower. His remains were found in May 2002. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Maureen Lyons Olson, 50, of Rockville Centre, was
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Maureen Lyons Olson, 50, of Rockville Centre, was assistant vice president and business librarian at Marsh & McLennan in the north tower. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

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Allan Shwartzstein, 37, who grew up in Roslyn
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Allan Shwartzstein, 37, who grew up in Roslyn and lived in Chappaqua, joined Cantor Fitzgerald six months before 9/11 as a managing director trading foreign stocks for institutional clients. No remains were recovered. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Douglas Irgang, 32, grew up in Roslyn and
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Douglas Irgang, 32, grew up in Roslyn and lived on the Upper East Side. He worked for Sandler O'Neill as a trader in institutional sales on the 104th floor of the south tower. His remains were recovered. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

James Geyer, 41, of Rockville Centre, was a
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James Geyer, 41, of Rockville Centre, was a bond broker at Cantor FitzGerald on the 105th floor of the north tower. No remains were found. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

William E. Wilson, 58, of Manhattan, grew up
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William E. Wilson, 58, of Manhattan, grew up in Rockville Centre. He was a marine-insurance broker at Aon Corp. in the south tower. His body was recovered. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

John Anthony Sherry, 34, of Rockville Centre, was
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John Anthony Sherry, 34, of Rockville Centre, was a bond broker at EuroBrokers on the 84th floor of the south tower. No remains were recovered. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

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Charles Mills Jr., 61, a former transit police
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Charles Mills Jr., 61, a former transit police chief and upstate police commissioner, was director of the Petroleum, Alcohol and Tobacco Bureau of the state Department of Taxation and Finance, working on the 87th floor of the south tower. No remains were recovered. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Terence S. Hatton, 41, of Manhattan, was a
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Terence S. Hatton, 41, of Manhattan, was a much-decorated fire captain of Rescue Co. 1 in Manhattan and led his men into the north tower on Sept. 11, 2001. His remains were recovered more than two weeks later. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Thomas G. Crotty, 42, of Rockville Centre, was
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Thomas G. Crotty, 42, of Rockville Centre, was a managing director of Sandler O’Neill Partners on the 104th floor of the south tower. His remains were recovered. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

John Wright Jr., 33, of Rockville Centre, was
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John Wright Jr., 33, of Rockville Centre, was managing director at Sandler O'Neill Partners. He was at his 104th floor office in the south tower. His remains were found. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Nicholas Chiofalo, 39, of Selden, died along with
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Nicholas Chiofalo, 39, of Selden, died along with five other New York City firefighters from Brooklyn's Engine 235. He was last seen entering the south tower. No remains were recovered. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

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Brett Freiman, 29, who grew up in Lawrence
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Brett Freiman, 29, who grew up in Lawrence and Woodmere, worked as a day trader for Andover Brokerage in Garden City and was living in the Marriott Hotel near the World Trade Center while he searched for a downtown apartment. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Janice Marie Ashley, 25, of Rockville Centre, was
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Janice Marie Ashley, 25, of Rockville Centre, was a research associate at Fred Alger Management. When a plane crashed into the north tower, one of its wings smashed into her 93rd-floor office, killing her and all her colleagues who were at work on 9/11, her mother said. Her remains were recovered in 2002. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Christopher Paul Sullivan, 39, of North Massapequa, was

Christopher Paul Sullivan, 39, of North Massapequa, was a New York City Fire Department lieutenant assigned to Ladder 111 in Brooklyn. He was last seen heading toward the south tower with four of his men. All died when the building collapsed, said his wife, Dolores Sullivan. His remains were not recovered, only the front piece of his helmet. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Douglas E. Oelschlager, 36, of St. James, had
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Douglas E. Oelschlager, 36, of St. James, had been a New York City firefighter less than two years. He had been on rotation at Ladder Co. 15 in Manhattan, said his wife, Suzanne Oelschlager. His shift had ended but he returned to the firehouse after a plane hit one of the towers. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

AnnMarie Riccoboni, 58, of Astoria was billings supervisor
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AnnMarie Riccoboni, 58, of Astoria was billings supervisor at Ohrenstein & Brown on the 85th floor of the north tower. Her remains were recovered within six months. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

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Harry Raines, 37, of Bethpage, was assistant vice
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Harry Raines, 37, of Bethpage, was assistant vice president of global networking for eSpeed at Cantor Fitzgerald in the north tower. His remains were identified in October 2001. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Edward J. Mardovich, 42, of Lloyd Harbor, was
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Edward J. Mardovich, 42, of Lloyd Harbor, was president of Euro Brokers' broker-dealer, Maxcor Financial Inc., working on the 84th floor of the south tower. His remains were recovered within months. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Thomas Kuveikis, 48, of upstate Carmel, grew up
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Thomas Kuveikis, 48, of upstate Carmel, grew up in East Williston. He was a firefighter assigned to Squad 252 in Bushwick, Brooklyn. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Joseph Maio, 32, of Roslyn Heights, a broker
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Joseph Maio, 32, of Roslyn Heights, a broker for Cantor Fitzgerald in equity options, worked on the 101st floor of the north tower. His remains were recovered a year after 9/11. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Michael J. Pascuma Jr., 50, of Massapequa Park,
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Michael J. Pascuma Jr., 50, of Massapequa Park, was a stockbroker who worked on the floor of the American Stock Exchange. On 9/11, he and some colleagues at Harvey Young Yurman were at a weekly breakfast meeting at Windows on the World, the restaurant on the 107th floor of the north tower. His remains were recovered later that month. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

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William R. Johnston, 31, of Lindenhurst, was a

William R. Johnston, 31, of Lindenhurst, was a New York City firefighter on a one-year rotation with Engine 6 in Manhattan, near City Hall. Three other men from the firehouse who entered the north tower with him never made it out alive. His remains were recovered on Sept. 30, 2001. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Vincent G. Danz, 37, of Farmingdale, was a
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Vincent G. Danz, 37, of Farmingdale, was a New York City police officer assigned to the elite Emergency Service Unit based in the Bronx. He was believed to be on the fourth floor of the north tower. Danz left a message on his home answering machine for his wife that he was at the World Trade Center. His last words were: "Pray for me and pray for these people. I love you. I'll talk to you soon." His remains were recovered in December 2001. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Kevin James Murphy, 40, of Northport, was a
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Kevin James Murphy, 40, of Northport, was a vice president of claims consulting for Marsh & McLennan. His office was on the 100th floor of the north tower. His remains were not recovered. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Dennis Scauso, 46, of Dix Hills, was with
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Dennis Scauso, 46, of Dix Hills, was with the New York City Fire Department's Hazardous Materials Company No. 1 in Maspeth. He died in the south tower. Only his helmet was recovered. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Winston Arthur Grant, 59, of Lakeview, was a
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Winston Arthur Grant, 59, of Lakeview, was a technical services specialist for Empire Blue Cross and worked in the north tower. Family members said a co-worker saw Grant in the atrium of the north tower after the plane crashed into it. His remains were never found. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

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Lorenzo Ramzey’s family knew something bad had happened
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Lorenzo Ramzey’s family knew something bad had happened to him that Tuesday because he didn’t call after the planes hit. Ramzey, 47, of East Northport, sold insurance at AON Insurance in the south tower when the planes struck. His remains were never found. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Jonathan Lee Ielpi, 29, of Great Neck, was
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Jonathan Lee Ielpi, 29, of Great Neck, was a New York City firefighter assigned to Squad 288 in Maspeth, Queens. He phoned his parents to let them know that a plane had crashed into the World Trade Center. “Jon, please be careful,” his father told him. His body was recovered in the stairwell of the south tower on Dec. 11, 2001. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Gregory Reda, 33, of New Hyde Park, was
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Gregory Reda, 33, of New Hyde Park, was a systems analyst at Marsh & McLennan, where he worked on the 95th floor of the north tower. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

James Joseph Suozzo, 47, of Hauppauge, was a
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James Joseph Suozzo, 47, of Hauppauge, was a corporate bond broker at Cantor Fitzgerald with an office on the 105th floor in the north tower. His remains were not recovered. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Kevin M. Williams, 24, of Manhattan who grew
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Kevin M. Williams, 24, of Manhattan who grew up in Shoreham, was a bond salesman at Sandler O'Neill & Partners. His office was on the 104th floor of the south tower. His remains were identified on Dec. 1, 2002, which would have been his first wedding anniversary. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

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Joseph Michael Romagnolo, 37, of Coram, was a
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Joseph Michael Romagnolo, 37, of Coram, was a telephone technician for a company hired by Cantor Fitzgerald. His office was on the 105th floor in the north tower. He had phoned his father-in-law on 9/11 to let the family know that he was leaving the building. His remains were never found. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

William V. Steckman, 56, of West Hempstead, was
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William V. Steckman, 56, of West Hempstead, was a transmitter engineer with NBC, which had an office on the 104th floor of the north tower. Immediately after a plane hit, his supervisor phoned him. “My father’s last words were he was going to power down and he was going to get out,” said his daughter, Diana DeVito. His remains were found six months later. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Kevin M. Cosgrove, 46, of West Islip, was
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Kevin M. Cosgrove, 46, of West Islip, was vice president of claims at Aon Corp. He left his office on the 99th floor in the south tower and got as far as the 79th floor before smoke forced him to head back up to the 105th floor. His body was recovered in September 2001. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Arlene Fried, 49, of Roslyn, was vice president
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Arlene Fried, 49, of Roslyn, was vice president and general counsel for Cantor Fitzgerald and at her desk on the 104th floor of the north tower early on Sept. 11, 2001. No remains were recovered. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Jacqueline Donovan, 34, a Malverne native who was
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Jacqueline Donovan, 34, a Malverne native who was living in Brooklyn, was an executive secretary at Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, an investment banking firm. She was in her office on the 89th floor when a hijacked jet crashed into the south tower. Her remains were identified about two years later. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

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Michael J. Otten, 42, of East Islip, was
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Michael J. Otten, 42, of East Islip, was a New York City firefighter with Ladder Co. 35 on the Upper West Side in Manhattan. The firehouse, which also houses Engine 40, lost 11 firefighters. Otten’s remains were not recovered. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Paul F. Sarle, 38, of Babylon Village, was
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Paul F. Sarle, 38, of Babylon Village, was a mortgage-backed securities broker at Cantor Fitzgerald. His office was on the 105th floor of the north tower. His remains were never recovered. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Andrew Stergiopoulos, 23, of Great Neck, worked at
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Andrew Stergiopoulos, 23, of Great Neck, worked at Cantor Fitzgerald in technology product development on the 105th floor of the north tower. No remains were found. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

George Gerard Howard, 44, of Hicksville, was a
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George Gerard Howard, 44, of Hicksville, was a Port Authority Police officer assigned to the elite Emergency Service Unit. He was at home when he heard that planes had crashed into the Twin Towers. He reported for duty, his son said, and the north tower collapsed moments after he and two colleagues parked their vehicle at Vesey and West streets. He was last seen helping a stranger. "He disappeared into the smoke," his son said. His body was recovered from the debris that afternoon. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Lawrence T. Stack, 58, of Lake Ronkonkoma, was
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Lawrence T. Stack, 58, of Lake Ronkonkoma, was a commander in charge of the safety battalion that investigates on-duty deaths. Only his turnout coat was found, his family said. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

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Kevin O’Rourke, 44, of Hewlett, was a firefighter
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Kevin O’Rourke, 44, of Hewlett, was a firefighter serving with Rescue Co. 2 in Brooklyn when he responded on 9/11. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

Joseph John Angelini Sr., 63, of Lindenhurst, was
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Joseph John Angelini Sr., 63, of Lindenhurst, was the senior member of Manhattan's Rescue Co. 1 who perished on Sept. 11, 2001. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).

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