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Anonymous (not verified)

February 18, 2020

Gran and Lauren are incredibly special people who have suffered an unthinkable loss. Healing will be found in conversation and public diplomacy. it is communication that will appeal to hearts and minds of the people. The heart not guns is our greatest weapon against terrorism. As my friend wisely said once you break bread with someone they are your friend. Gran and Lauren Howard will never leave my mind and my communication will never stop.

Paola Cremona,… (not verified)

September 11, 2022

Riposa in pace. Una preghiera

Posted by Paola Cremona, Italia

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In Remembrance
Place of Residence:
Brooklyn, NY
Location on 9/11:
Fuji Bank | Associate, General Affairs Department

Each year on March 27, Jack Andreacchio would call his twin sister, Louise, to sing "Happy Birthday." He used to call at 6 in the morning, she recalled. "He tried to get me before I could get to him." Mr. Andreacchio knew how to take a joke, and didn't let pranks affect his loyalty to his family. He laughed when his niece Jessica Carucci put Scotch tape over his razor, but arrived at the hospital before she did four years ago when she was in labor with her son. He was waiting for her with a wheelchair.

Mr. Andreacchio, a human resources worker for Fuji Bank on the 80th floor of 2 World Trade Center, lived with his girlfriend, Fran Lentini. He grew up in Bensonhurst with his two brothers and two sisters. In Bergen Beach, Brooklyn, he went horseback riding with his brother Tony. "I had a horse named Ajax who was very hard to ride," Tony Andreacchio said. "Jack insisted in getting on him and riding, but he got thrown off in about two seconds. He had to run away when the horse started to chase him." Every year since Jack Andreacchio was a little boy, the family gathered in Brooklyn to celebrate the birthday he shared with his sister. This year, he would have been 53.