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"L" Honorary Streets: Staten Island

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Laura Angilletta Avenue (Staten Island)
Present name:Ocean Avenue
Location:Between Guilford Street and Robin Road
Honoree: Laura Angilletta (b. 1978) worked for Cantor Fitzgerald at the World Trade Center. She was killed in the terrorist attack of September, 11 2001.
LL:2003/06
Laurence Curia Place (Staten Island)
Present name:Ordell Place
Location:Between Wheeling Avenue and Amboy Road
Honoree: Laurence Curia (b. 1959) worked for Cantor Fitzgerald at the World Trade Center. He was killed in the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.
LL:2003/06
Lee Ludwig Way (Staten Island)
Present name:None
Location:Southeast corner of University Place and Forest Avenue
Honoree: Lee Ludwig (b. 1951) worked at Fiduciary Trust International in the World Trade Center. He was killed in the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.
LL:2003/06
Leonard (Lenny) Ingrassia III Place (Staten Island)
Present name:None
Location:Corner of Cody Place and Arthur Kill Road
Honoree: Leonard (Lenny) Ingrassia III (1987-2004), an honor student at Msgr. Farrell High School, was killed in an automobile accident on Hylan Blvd. at the age of 16..
LL:2006/50
Lillian Caceres Way (Staten Island)
Present name:None
Location:The southeast corner of Dongan street and Manor Road
Honoree: Lillian Caceres (b. 1953) worked at Marsh & McLennan in the World Trade Center. She was killed in the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.
LL:2003/62
Linda Luzzicone Avenue (Staten Island)
Present name:None
Location:Corner of Alexander Avenue at Ibsen Avenue
Honoree: Linda Luzzicone, born on April 26, 1968, was an employee of Cantor Fitzgerald. She was killed in the attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
LL:2006/50
Lisa Bella Di Fato Cannava Avenue (Staten Island)
Present name:Stafford Avenue
Location:From Delmar Avenue to the dead end of the street
Honoree: Lisa Bella Di Fato Cannava(b. 1970) worked at Carr Futures in the World Trade Center. She was killed in the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.
LL:2003/62
Lisa Moudatsos Way (Staten Island)
Present name:None
Location:Intersection of St. Peter’s Place and Richmond Terrace
Honoree: Lisa Moudatsos (d. 2008) was a lifelong Staten Islander who worked as a second-grade teacher for 12 years at St. Peter's Elementary School until she was appointed principal in 2000.
LL:2009/46
Lisa Spina Trerotola Avenue (Staten Island)
Present name:Brookfield Avenue
Location:Between Genesse Avenue and Leverett Avenue
Honoree: Lisa Spina Trerotola (b. 1964) worked for the Prt Authority of New York and New Jersey at the World Trade Center. She was killed in the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.
LL:2003/34
Lloyd Rosenberg Court (Staten Island)
Present name:Arrowwood Court
Location:Between Rossville Avenue and Graff Avenue
Honoree: Lloyd Rosenberg (b. 1969) worked at Cantor Fitzgerald in the World Trade Center. He was killed in the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.
LL:2003/62
Lobster Joe Truscelli Drive (Staten Island)
Present name:Tennyson Drive and Madison Avenue
Location:Tennyson Dr between Cleveland Ave and Hillside Terrace; and Madison Ave between Hilside Terrace and Fairlawn Ave
Honoree: Joseph Truscelli (1926-1994) worked as a stevedore, served in the Phillippines in World War II, and later did construction work. But he loved fishing and in the 1970s went to Belford, NJ and worked for free to learn lobster fishing. He returned to Staten Island and bought the first of a series of boats. He was the only certified lobster fisherman to work out of Staten Island. He supplied local restaurants and was an advocate for clean waters.
LL:1996/38
Loretta Quinn Way (Staten Island)
Present name:McClean Avenue
Location:Between Jerome Avenue and Bionia Avenue
Honoree: Loretta Quinn (1940-2007) devoted much of her career to serving the youth of Staten Island, especially runaways and underprivileged children. At Holy Rosary Church, she was an administrator, CCD instructor and substitute teacher. She also worked with the CYO and was a counselor at the Gellar House. Later on, she worked for Community Board 2 as its youth services planning coordinator.
LL:2008/48
Lori Allison Singer Avenue (Staten Island)
Present name:Clearmont Avenue
Location:Between Albourne Ave. and Uncas Ave.
Honoree: Lori Singer (1979-1998) joined the Army following the September 11 attack on the World Trade Center. After completing basic training, Lori was driving to her base in Mississippi when a drunk driver crossed the median and hit her head on. She was killed on impact.
LL:2005/131
Lorraine Lee Way (Staten Island)
Present name:Richmond Avenue
Location:Between Shirley Avenue and Koch Boulevard
Honoree: Lorraine Lee (b. 1963) worked for Aon Corporation at the World Trade Center.. She was killed in the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.
LL:2002/28
Lou Marli Corner (Staten Island)
Present name:none
Location:Southeast corner of Bement Avenue and Forest Avenue
Honoree: Louis A. Marli (1908-1997) a pharmacy owner, made many contributions to Staten Island sports over his lifetime. In the early 1950’s, he bought a semi-pro baseball team and renamed them The Staten Island Lions. He also sponsored the Drug Store Cowboys, a young adult baseball team, and supported a variety of athletic meets and special events
LL:2004/08
Louis A. Russo Terrace (Staten Island)
Present name:Reynolds Street
Location:Between Maryland Avenue and Clifton Avenue
Honoree: Louis A. Russo, who played the clarinet and the saxaphone, helped form the Staten Island Musicians Society which for many years presented free public concerts in Silver Lake Park and other venues in the borough. He was also the long-time commander of the Labetti Post of the VFW and was for 16 years on the Board of the Down Syndrome Learning Center. Mr. Russo died in 1992 at the age of 72.
LL:1993/4
Louis F. Aversano, Jr. Way (Staten Island)
Present name:Shale Street
Location:Between Nome Avenue and Klondike Avenue
Honoree: Louis F. Aversano, Jr. (b. 1943) worked for Aon Corporation at the World Trade Center. He was killed in the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001
LL:2002/28
Lt Brendan D Pearson EMS Sta 23 Way (Staten Island)
Present name:None
Location:Intersection of Rossville Avenue and Veterans Road East
Honoree: Lt. Brendan Drew Pearson (d. 2005) was an EMT for 25 years. Promoted to Lieutenant when the New York Health and Hospital Corporation merged with the Fire Department, he won five “Lieutenant of the Year Awards” and was one of the first EMT Lieutenants to staff the Rossville Firehouse.
LL:2009/25
Lt. Chuck Margiotta Way (Staten Island)
Present name:None
Location:Southeast corner of Ingram Avenue and Victory Boulevard
Honoree: Fire Lieutenant Chuck Margiotta (b. 1957 was killed during fire and rescue operations at the World Trade Center following the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.
LL:2002/28
Lt. Edward D’Atri, FDNY Avenue (Staten Island)
Present name:Merrill Avenue
Location:Between Arlene Street and Graham Avenue
Honoree: Fire Lieutenant Edward D’Atri (b. 1963) was killed at the World Trade Center during fire and rescue operations following the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.
LL:2003/06
Lt. Glenn C. Perry, FDNY Avenue (Staten Island)
Present name:none
Location:Northeast corner of Hales Avenue and Koch Boulevard
Honoree: Lt. Glenn C. Perry (b. 1960) died on September 11, 2001 during fire and rescue operations following the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.
LL:2004/63
Lt. Harvey Harrell Corner, FDNY (Staten Island)
Present name:None
Location:Intersection of Locust Avenue and Clawson Street
Honoree: Fire Lieutenant Harvey Harrell (b. 1952) died on September 11, 2001 during fire and rescue operations following the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center
LL:2003/62
Lt. James D. Hicks Way (Staten Island)
Present name:None
Location:Corner of Cromwell Avenue and Jefferson Street
Honoree: James David Hicks (1961-1987) was commissioned as an officer in the Naval Reserve in 1984. He trained as a fighter pilot and served aboard the U.S.S. Saratoga in the Mediterranean Sea, participating in the United States action against Libya. He was tragically killed on a training mission in Stumpy Point, North Carolina.
LL:2007/28
Lt. Jeffrey P. Walz, FDNY Avenue (Staten Island)
Present name:None
Location:Southwest corner of Huguenot Avenue and Hawley Avenue
Honoree: Fire Lieutenant Jeffrey P. Walz (b. 1964) was killed at the World Trade Center during fire and rescue operations following the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.
LL:2003/06
Lt. John H. Martinson Way (Staten Island)
Present name:None
Location:Southwest corner of Oakdale Street and Preston Avenue
Honoree: Lieutenant Martinson served in the NYPD for four years, and then in the FDNY for 14 years. . He was killed in the line of duty on January 3, 2008. His family has lived near this intersection since 1929.
LL:2008/48
Lt. Joseph Agnello Ladder 118, FDNY Street (Staten Island)
Present name:Thomas Street
Location:Between McKinley Avenue and Gilbert Street
Honoree: Fire Lieutenant Joseph Agnello (b. 1965) was killed at the World Trade Center during fire and rescue operations following the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.
LL:2003/06
Lt. Joseph Gullickson Way (Staten Island)
Present name:None
Location:Southeast corner of Purcell Street and Clove road
Honoree: Fire Lieutenant Joseph Gullickson (b. 1964 was killed during fire and rescue operations at the World Trade Center following the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.
LL:2002/28
Lt. Michael T. Quilty Way (Staten Island)
Present name:None
Location:Southeast corner of Sanford Place and Slosson Avenue
Honoree: Fire Lieutenant Michael T. Quilty (b. 1958) was killed during fire and rescue operations at the World Trade Center following the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.
LL:2002/28
Lt. Paul T. Mitchell Place (Staten Island)
Present name:North Pine Terrace
Location:Between Annadale Road and Downes Avenue
Honoree: Fire Lieutenant Paul T. Mitchell (b. 1955) was killed during fire and rescue operations at the World Trade Center following the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.
LL:2002/28
Lt. Philip S. Petti Place (Staten Island)
Present name:Oldfield Street
Location:Between Lincoln Avenue and Greeley Place
Honoree: Fire Lieutenant Philip S. Petti (b. 1958) was killed during fire and rescue operations at the World Trade Center following the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.
LL:2002/28
Lt. Stephen Harrell - FDNY, 157 Hangdown Highway (Staten Island)
Present name:None
Location:Intersection of Hunter Avenue and Father Capodanno Boulevard
Honoree: Fire Lieutenant Stephen Harrell (b. 1957 died on September 11, 2001 during fire and rescue operations following the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.
LL:2004/08
Lt. Vic Navarra Way (Staten Island)
Present name:None
Location:Intersection of East Raleigh Avenue at the southeast corner of North Burgher Avenue
Honoree: Lt. Vic Navarra served (1952-2007), a New York City firefighter, participated in the early New York City Marathons. He later became the start coordinator for the Marathons, a thankless job that involved thousands of hours of preparation each year. Vic Navarra organized the Events Management Group and had success in Jamaica, Honolulu and Russia instructing race directors on effective ways to manage a marathon.
LL:2008/48
Luis R. Lopez Park (Staten Island)
Present name:None
Location:A park located between Targee Street and Palma Drive
Honoree: Detective Luis R. Lopez was born in Honduras in 1957 and came to New York at the age of 4. He joined the NYPD in 1985 and was promoted to detective three years later. On March 10, 1993 he was murdered by drug dealers during in underover drug investigation. As an officer in the 120th Precinct he had patrolled the area where this park is located.
LL:1993/77
Luke M. Parlatore Way (Staten Island)
Present name:None
Location:Virginia Avenue at the southeast corner of Bay Street
Honoree: Luke M. Parlatore (1984-2002) died in 2002 from complications after a car accident, at the age of 17. After 9/11, he volunteered for the Red Cross and obtained supplies for workers at the World Trade Center site. He received citations from the Vietnam Veterans’ Association and the Alzheimer Foundation for his volunteer efforts.
LL:2008/48
Luther Mook Corner (Staten Island)
Present name:None
Location:Intersection of Avenue T and East 14th Street
Honoree: Luther Mook (d. 2003) was a founder of the Greater Southern Brooklyn Health Coalition and Chairman of Homecrest Community Services. Luther Mook was also Chairman of the Coney Island Hospital Community Advisory Board.
LL:2004/63


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