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In Tribute to Rocco A. Medaglia
49 years old.   Residence: Melville, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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Rocco and his wife Marion September 2000 having some fun at our extended Plainedge High School 30 yr reunion





Rocco and friend Kevin

*** Posted by Kevin on 2007-09-07 ***

Me and Ricky were friends for as long as I can remember, from before kindergarten till adulthood. My memories could fill this space 100 times over, and thats just the good ones, what a great guy. You may be gone but never forgotten my friend. I stop by the Plainedge H.S. memorial almost every wed. night when I go to visit my parents and say a prayer for you and your family. I hope you can hear me. Rest in peace my friend. your pal, Joe.

*** Posted by Joe Gervasio on 2007-09-07 ***

Rocco and I were in the same graduating class of 1970 at Plainedge High School, on Long Island. He was one of a large group of school buddies that met together and enjoyed good times. I remember he enlisted in the Army right out of high school and served his country with honor. He was a gentleman and a family man. Though our paths drifted after graduation, we'd hook up at high school reunions and laugh about old times. I was deeply saddened when I heard of his fate at the Trade Center. My thoughts and prayers for him and his family surface each time I remember that infamous day. Rest in Peace, Rocco.

*** Posted by Joe Filippone on 2007-09-07 ***

He was one of the nicest and friendliest people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing and growing up with. Ricky and I go back to 1960.... I will never forget him.

*** Posted by Michael Pirozzi on 2007-09-07 ***

Rocco (Ricky),

I'm still missing you buddy. I hope you are at peace and looking down on us all.

*** Posted by Tony Sasso on 2007-09-07 ***

Rocco,

It's hard to believe six years have passed since that tragic day. You're in my thoughts and prayers each and every day. God has blessed you with eternal life. Until we meet again, my friend.

Cerce

*** Posted by Kevin Cerciello on 2007-09-06 ***


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