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February 21, 2020


you will forever be my inspiration. Even though I never met you

I miss you.

Posted by Gina

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Place of Residence:
New York, NY
Location on 9/11:
Keefe, Bruyette & Woods | Stockbroker
Personal Memorial Website:
Loyola College

Sean Thomas Lugano was born at NYU Medical Center Hospital on May 24, 1973. He was reported missing on September 11, 2001 from World Trade Center 2. He was 28 years old. Sean was a stockbroker with KBW.

He was successful at his job – Sean was successful at all things he tried, and he tried everything. He was a man of great challenge and adventure. He ran the New York City Marathon, jumped from a plane, and was an avid snowboarder. Sean's athletic ability was exceptional.

He played football, soccer, and rugby. His rugby career started at Xavier High School, then moved to Loyola College in Maryland, after college he was a vital force on the team at the New York Athletic Club. He loved this game.

Sean was a family man. He loved and adore his mother, sisters, brothers, aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents and friends. He loved everything about family. He loved family holidays, parties and never missed the weekly Sunday dinners at his mom's house. Sean held his family very close to his heart. The most charming man you have ever come across, Sean could win your heart over in the first five minutes you met him. He had a wonderful sense of humor, an award winning smile, an amazing laugh, and a very generous heart. Sean always made you feel like you were part of his family. He was a sensitive and loyal friend. He listened and cared.

Sean's personality was never more visible than when he was out for a good time. Sean was a partner with his brother John and a few friends at “Rathbones Pub” on the East side of Manhattan. Sean always enjoyed hanging out with his friends, brothers and sisters. He loved to be the life of the party.

That is exactly what Sean was, the man of the hour, the colossus of fun, and a friend to all.