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We will never forget your spirit and soul... Our prayers and strength goes to your mother Wanda.. I will always remember you playing in front of 124 Franklin Ave..going to school together PS 157 and IS 318.. May you rest in peace and will never be forgotten from The Moreno Family: Rene Mago, Ari, Nydia and me Massiel

Posted by Massiel Moreno

My dearly and beautiful niece 9/11/2015 slowly approaches and also does Christmas and your birthday. I was just listening to a the song from Michael Jackson " I wan to rock with you " and I memories of you came in mind while you roller skate singing along to this song that you knew word by word. May the lord have you resting in heaven (will always and forever remember you)

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In Remembrance
Age:
28
Place of Residence:
New York, NY
Location on 9/11:
One WTC
Occupation:
Cantor Fitzgerald | Administrative Assistant
Biography:

Monique was one of a kind. She was the kind of person that would always think of others. She was generous and always helping people. She had a compassion for those in need and was always there for her friends and family. If you asked…she’d deliver! She was always helping people find jobs and was very well known for playing Cupid. She introduced many couples, some of who have married and have children today.

Monique enjoyed getting together with her friends and family, I called her the “Coordinator” because she was always planning a get-together. When she entered a room, her elegance and beautiful smile would make her shine. She had the kind of personality that would build curiosity; she was always the center of attention. This charming personality was natural and effortless. The beautiful aura that she possessed was definitely noticed.