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In Tribute to Peter J. Ganci
55 years old.   Residence: North Massapequa, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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Godspeed Cheif...

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2007-03-27 ***

God bless! We share a common Sicilian-American last name. I just discovered this and I am extremely proud to be both an American and to have this surname. I will always remember.

*** Posted by Anthony Joseph Di Ganci on 2007-03-05 ***

God bless!

*** Posted by Anthony Joseph Di Ganci on 2007-03-05 ***

Dear the family of Peter J. Ganci, Jr.,

My name is Jackie Sykes and I am an 8th grader at Garnet Valley Middle School. I am writing to you today to tell you that I remember what happened that terrible day when Chief Ganci died along with 343 other firefighters. Peter Ganci Jr., Chief of Department, will always be remembered, by me, of how he lived and died trying to save peopleís lives. As a staff chief Peter had the opportunity to make things better for the firefighters coming after them. It is a tragedy how Peter died, but he died doing the one thing he loved most. Chief Ganci knew he wanted to be a firefighter at age 16 because the only one of his parentís friends that liked going to work each day was a member of 120 truck. Peter will be remembered as a good firefighter and Chief to all. Garnet Valley would like to thank Peter J Ganci, Jr. for giving his life to make our country a better place. I would also like to thank you for taking the time to read my letter.

Jackie Sykes

*** Posted by Jackie on 2006-09-28 ***

No one can appreciate the "FireFighter's FireFighter" that you were, more than another member of the Fire Family. You gave more of yourself, than any F.C. I know. You are missed by many.

*** Posted by Sherri Stebbins on 2006-08-16 ***

Dad it's been almost five years since I last saw you but not a day goes by that I don't speak to you!  I love you and miss you everyday that you're gone.
Your loving daughter

*** Posted by Danielle Ganci Cowan on 2006-07-25 ***

Dad it's been almost five years since I last saw you but not a day goes by that I don't speak to you!  I love you and miss you everyday that you're gone.

Your loving daughter,

*** Posted by Danielle on 2006-07-25 ***

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