National Fallen Firefighters Foundation

Roll of Honor

Age: 36
Year of Death: 2001

Lenny Ragaglia

Lenny was the ideal father and husband. He was a generous and loving man. He would help anyone in need. He loved being with his 8- and 10-year-old sons Lenny Jr. and Anthony. Lenny was an avid sports fan‚ runner‚ and body builder. He worked very hard to provide for his family.

Lenny received many citations from the New York City Fire Department as well as many citations from the New York City Police Department when he was a police officer. He loved serving the people of New York City.

Donna Ragaglia

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  1. Awesome young man Lenny was I had the pleasure of working with him in the 5th Pct I remember telling him that I can’t get over how much he looked like a cousin of mine. His statement to me was Well your cousin must be fine as hell . I remember him coming to my office to using copier and telling me he was leaving to join FDNY I was sad but he was so happy he started dancing around singing I’m getting out here I’m going to Fire dept he had me laughing so hard

    – Brenda Lilly
  2. Our family did a stair climb in Colorado today 9-11-2016 in Lenny’s honor we have 2 sons also 7 and 10. We are sorry for your loss and appreciate all he did to help others that day. We remember.
    The curry family Golden CO

    – Mike curry
  3. I am a retired Fire Captain from the City of Anaheim, California. We had cards with every FDNY posted around all of our fire stations. When it came down to taking them down I kept one of the cards. It was Lenny’s card. On a trip to New York several years later I returned Lenny to his fire station. Very emotional for the firefighter who accepted the card and myself. A real brotherhood.
    RIP Lenny.

    – Jerry Flores
  4. September 10th, 2022, I participated at the 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb at Lambeau Field, Green Bay, Wisconsin. You climbed with me up the 110 stories with your badge on my helmet. You will be climbing with me every year on 9/11. You will never be forgotten.

    – Brady Alfred