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Leonard M. Castrianno
World Trade Center, New York City, NY
Employer: Cantor Fitzgerald

New York, NY 
Age: 30
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Rachel Ferrufino

Len,
Hoping you are resting in peace and watching over your family and loved ones. May God bless you with eternal peace. Know that you are missed and that I think of you often, especially of what you may have gone through after your building was hit. Rest in peace, friend.


Rachel Ferrufino

Len,
Hoping you are resting in peace and watching over your family and loved ones. May God bless you with eternal peace. Know that you are missed and that I think of you often, especially of what you may have gone through after your building was hit. Rest in peace, friend.


Leonard A Castrianno

Dear Son, we think of you every day. I hope you are listening we I have a conversation with you. You are so sadly missed. We love you.
Dad & Nancy


Rachel Ferrufino

Two years later you are still remembered and thought of often.
May you rest in peace and may justice be served to those who are responsible!


Phil

I am sorry we lost touch so many years ago as family members often do. Your death two years ago makes the tragedy all too real for me. I keep thinking of your mother and what she is going through, the loss of two children. She won’t be alone today, She’ll be with her brother Dennis, and sisters Gerry and Phyllis and other family members that have grown closer since you’ve gone.

I think of all the other families that are going through what we are. How many other mothers will cry today? How many other people will morn a lost relative? I know they will never get over what happened, I know I won’t.


Your cousin, Phil


Rachel Ferrufino

Len,
I will always be grateful to have gotten back in touch with you. I will never forget the humorous e-mails that we exchanged! I will always be sorry that we will never have the chance to meet up again and reminisce.
You will never be forgotten!


Ella Kostick

Leonard sounds like he had a zest for life and always a half full glass kind of fellow. I love Dolly Parton songs too and am glad his soul was touched by her words. I am in hopes that his family will always remember his sacrafice and know that we Americans do not forget those who perished on that fateful day. We carry them in our hearts and they will not be forgotten. My hope is to let you know that even though we are strangers we are all connected and all remember. Thanks for sharing Leonard with the world he will truly be missed by all. I work at a high school and Leonard was the name I received to learn about and do one ace of kindness for and I hope I do him proud. I am a grandmother of 7 and mother of 5 so I cant imagine losing any of them. I watch our youth each day and this day will be a test for them. I hope we do them proud.

Bless Leonard and all with him.
Ella Kostick
Spanaway Washington


anonymous

At my school we are all wearing braceletes with names on them of those who died september 11. Mine says you name. Know that im praying for you and your family.


Heather Dadswell

Len-
Not even a whole year later and it feels like we lost you a lifetime ago. You are thought about each and every day and we miss you *so* much. One thing you taught me this past year "Never put off tomorrow, what you can do today." God Bless you and your family. Love and Miss you lots!!


Heather Dadswell

Leonard,
Not a day goes by that i don't miss you or think about you. Even though you were't here on this earth very long, i can assure you, you will live in our hearts forever. You were special to SO many people. I just can't believe you're not here anymore! i miss you ol'buddy.