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In Tribute to Lt. Vincent Francis Giammona
40 years old.   Residence: Valley Stream, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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Capt. Vincent F. Giammona was the master of FUN, the person who could always make you laugh ... even when you wanted to cry. He brought out the best in people. He was the BRAVEST person I knew. He was a SUPER HERO. He was the son of a saint (Saint Dotty). He was the son of a CAPT. (FDNY Capt. Vincent Giammona, a saint also). He was the son of the city ... NYC (his favorite place in the world)--and he was also my friend, and I miss him. Know that he lived life to it's fullest; he drank in every moment and made the most out of his life (though it was cut too short). If you knew him, you were lucky to have known him.... If you didn't know him, you missed out on quite a guy!

*** Posted by Bianca on 2008-10-07 ***

To the family and friends of Capt. Vincent Francis Giammona,

I would just like to extend my thoughts and prayers to all those who were touched by knowing Capt. Vincent. I never met him, but I had the honor of reading his name at this year's ceremony. I was extremely proud to do so, and I feel that this will forever connect us.

Sincerely,
John Darcy, Sq-18 F.D.N.Y.

*** Posted by John Darcy on 2008-09-17 ***

I first noticed Vincent's name a few years ago but was unable to leave any message. My mother's family name is Giammona--my grandfather was Antonio Giammona, and they came through Ellis Island and settled in Michigan. He had many brothers, most of whose names I do not remember, but the few that I do are John, Peter, Sam, etc. He relocated to California around 1915. We were wondering if Vincent was one of our family, and if so, we would like to donate something to his memorial. On the 7th anniversary of this tragedy, may God continue to give you all strength and comfort knowing that he was a brave and caring man. Regardless of whether or not he is related to our Giammona clan, we all send you our deepest sympathies. If you would like to respond, please feel free to contact me at vlcampbell50 (at) sbcglobal (dot) net. Thank you.

*** Posted by Virginia Campbell on 2008-09-11 ***

Christmas is tough without your grin...I love and miss you big brother.

*** Posted by Linda on 2006-12-23 ***

Captain Vincent F. Giammona, FDNY (9/11/61 – 9/11/01)

45 years ago today, Mom and Dad smiled with joy when you were born.

20 years ago, we stood with pride when you became one of NY’s Bravest.

And over the years, you became our current events comedian, rhythmically-challenged bartender, friend to the forgotten, outlaw of time, master of persuasion, true “Brave Heart” and steadfast patriot. So, no matter how many years pass, it would be IMPOSSIBLE to FORGET YOU, VINNY G. Till we meet again, you will be forever young and forever in our hearts.

Love,
Mom, Dad, Louise, Steven and Linda

*** Posted by Linda Giammona on 2006-09-22 ***


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