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Aidan S Villanueva (not verified)

September 16, 2022

Hello my name is Aidan S.V. I've been told by my mother, and once by my father, that this man is my great uncle. If this is a relative of mine I would like to say I'm proud.

Posted by Aidan Salvador Villanueva

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In Remembrance
Place of Residence:
Queens, NY
Location on 9/11:
Fire Department of New York | Firefighter, Ladder 132

Sergio G. Villanueva‚ 33‚ firefighter‚ FDNY‚ Ladder 132. Villanueva‚ who was engaged to be married‚ had spent eight years as a New York City police officer before joining the FDNY. On the job‚ colleagues respected his skills and looked forward to his stints in the firehouse kitchen. Villanueva had honed his culinary expertise at his father’s Bayside‚ Queens restaurant. A native of Argentina and a member of the FDNY’s soccer team‚ Villanueva had a passionate love for Argentine soccer. He would be hoarse for days after watching a match.