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Louis F. Aversano
World Trade Center, New York City, NY
Employer: Aon Corp.

Manalapan, NJ 
Age: 58
Director Of Operations Support

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Philip Aversano

It's his love and huggs I missed the most. No more picking up the phone to tell him of my crazy ideas. He always understood and support me. Life has change a lot since that horrid day. I think of my kid brother every day, many times and how he was cheated. It will never be the same, some of me die that day too. Words can't express how we (me and my older brother & the family ) miss him. But as they say life go on and i know he would want us to look up and be happy. So we try..and hide the tears. Some days it work some days it don't,.
As my mother use to say " What the use Mary,you can win"


KATHLEEN HUMMEL

LOUIS AVERSANO
YOUR NAME WAS GIVEN TO ME THRU OUR 9/11 MASS. THEREFIRE YOU ARE IN MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS EVERYDAY. LITTLE DID YOU KNOW THAT IN YOUR LIFE THAT YOU WOULD TOUCH THE LIVES OF PEOPLE ALL OVER THE UNITED STATES. MAY YOU FIND REST IN THE LORD AND MAY YOUR FAMILY FEEL THE LORD AND YOUR HAND GUIDING THEM ON THEIR JOURNEY TO LIVE ON WITH YOUR MEMORY TO GUIDE THEM.KATHY


Rosemary, John, Brent Aversano

Louis F Aversano Jr. (Daddy/G-Pa) was one of the most fun loving human beings alive and although we are all finding it EXTREMELY difficult to go on without you, we will never forget all the valuable lessons he taught us in life. Everytime I watch the Yankees game dad, your right next to me. Everytime I hear a Billy Joel song dad, your listening with me. Everytime I watch wrestling grandpa, your watching with me (john), and everytime I hear the song "tempted by the fruit of another" grandpa I sing it to you (brenty).
We all miss you soooo much, keep you alive, in out hearts, always!!!!!!


Lisa Aversano

I miss you so much daddy. I will cherish every memory of you.


Anthony Aversano

Be true to yourself, follow your dreams, love your family, always be happy. These are the words my Dad spoke. I honor them. I honor him.