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H i c k s v i l l e    F o r m e r    S t u d e n t s
&    H i c k s v i l l e    R e s i d e n t s
V i c t i m s    o f    T e r r o r i s m

Paul Tava, Hicksville High School, 1963 (Survivor…read his story
here). Paul passed on April 16, 2002.

Steve Pollicino, 48, Hicksville High School , 1971

George Gerard Howard, 44, Port Auth. Police Officer, Ex-Captain Hicksville F.D.

The NY/NJ Port Authority named the street where they are headquartered at JFK Airport after George.


George W. Bush posted a picture of

George Howard's Port Authority Police Department badge, “1012”, to his Instagram on the anniversary of the September 11 attacks. "Some will carry memories of a face and a voice gone forever. And I will carry this: It is the police shield of a man named George Howard, who died at the World Trade Center trying to save others," Bush said.

Terrence Patrick Farrell, 45, Hicksville High School , 1974

Ron Kerwin, 42, Hicksville High School , 1976


Thomas E. Pedicini, 30, Hicksville High School , 1989


Walter Weaver, 30, Hicksville High School , 1989



Nancy Clare Bueche, 43, Richmond Hill High School, 1975, Hicksville resident


Mark Joseph Colaio, 34, Long Island Lutheran High School , Hicksville Resident


Stephen J. Colaio, 32, Hicksville Resident


Gilbert Franco Granados, 51, Garfield High, Los Angeles, Hicksville resident


Kenneth Frederick Rice, III, 34, Hicksville Resident


Brian John Terrenzi, 28, Hicksville Resident


The Hicksville Fire Department sponsors a 9-11 Memorial each year for the two fallen Hicksville volunteer fire fighters and other residents of Hicksville who passed that day. This year, 1018, It will be on Sunday, September 9th  on West John Street at the Strong Street station. Prior year services were held around 11am. 


Strong Street Station with the Memorial for fallen firefighters

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