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In Tribute to Lonny J. Stone
43 years old.   Residence: Bellmore, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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September 11, 2012
Gayle, Charlie and Rebecca visited the reflecting pools to give their thanks that they had such a wonderful brother, brother-in-law and uncle. We all miss and love you so much. Your warmth, humor and love of family, friends and every one who knew you is missed more than ever. We would love to see your boys Alex and Josh. Hopefully, they have the love of life in them that you had. Aunt Sandy and Uncle Bill

*** Posted by Sandy Hammer on 2012-09-12 ***

stolen on this day my cousin lonny a huge yes fan and a great guy its just a outrage miss the parties etc...    glenn leslie

*** Posted by glenn leslie on 2012-09-11 ***

I knew you only for a short time as we coached little league together in the spring of 2001. I think of you, Stacy and the kids often and I hope they are doing well.
Kyle Lester...September 13, 2011

*** Posted by Kyle Lester on 2011-09-13 ***


*** Posted by William Hammer on 2011-06-18 ***

Lonny dearest,

Your sister Gayle and brother-in-law Charlie were at ground zero today to honor you and tell you how much your dad, Aunt Sandy, Uncle Bill, Robin, and Rebecca miss you and love you. We miss you and your mom so much and love you so much.

*** Posted by SANDY HAMMER on 2010-09-11 ***

June 8, 2010: Happy birthday, my darling nephew Lonny. You will be loved always.

Aunt Sandy

*** Posted by SANDY HAMMER on 2010-06-08 ***

Lonny dearest,

Your mom, Evelyn Stone, died on December 16, 2009. Her heart was broken because she lost you. We love you dearly and hope you and your beloved mother are together once more.

*** Posted by Sandy Hammer on 2010-01-19 ***

Our hearts and prayers go out to all the victims and families for such tragedy. Lonnie, we are all thinking of you.

*** Posted by Theresa Trent on 2009-09-18 ***

September 11, 2009

Dearest Lonny,

We miss you and love you more than ever. Gayle, Charlie, Uncle Bill, and Aunt Sandy stood out in the pouring rain to honor your memory.

Aunt Sandy

*** Posted by Sandy Hammer on 2009-09-12 ***

Lonny dearest,

June 8, 2009—Happy Birthday. We miss and love you more than ever.

Aunt Sandy

*** Posted by Sandy Hammer on 2009-06-09 ***

I was proud and honored to remember Lonny on my blog again this year as part of the 2996 project. I pray and think about his family constantly...

*** Posted by Deanna on 2008-09-11 ***


Miss you more than ever.

Aunt Sandy

*** Posted by Sandy Hammer on 2008-08-12 ***


Thinking of you today.

*** Posted by Carol Ann Villarosa on 2008-06-06 ***

June 8, 2007

Happy Birthday, dear Lonny. We miss you more than ever. Until we meet again.

Love you,
Aunt Sandy

*** Posted by Sandy on 2007-06-08 ***

Today is May 26, 2007, and we are remembering our loved ones who were killed for our country. Lonny J. Stone, my nephew, was murdered in the WTC on 9/11 and is missed and thought about every day. We love you so much.

*** Posted by Sandy Hammer on 2007-05-26 ***

To: Lonny J. Stone

This Memorial Day Holiday will be filled with thoughts of you.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2007-05-26 ***

Thinking of Lonny today

*** Posted by Carol Ann Villarosa on 2007-02-13 ***

Yesterday marked the fifth anniversary of September 11th and Lonny you will alway remain in our thoughts and in our hearts. We miss and love you dearly. The whole tragedy still seems bizarre.

*** Posted by Sandy Hammer on 2006-09-12 ***

I am Lonny J. Stone's Aunt, and God Mother.  Although it is four years since this terrible tragedy I think about you every single day dear Lonny and miss you so much.  If only I could hear your voice just one more time.  I will always love you my dear nephew.

*** Posted by Sandy Hammer on 2005-08-27 ***

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