Pagnucco, 49, lived with his wife and three daughters in Funes, a small city in the outskirts of Rosario.

Growing up, Angelini played soccer and volleyball at Rosario’s Club Rowing with other members of the group. The club closed on Wednesday to mourn them, according to La Capital newspaper.

After graduating from college, he worked as an architect and later as a salesman for construction materials for Femaco, a company that was owned by the Brayco Group, which was headed by survivor Ivan Brajkovic.

“He was very sociable and loved by everyone,” Ignacio Ortiz, a work colleague at Femaco, told the AP. “He was responsible at work and devoted to his family.”

Ortiz said that it was Pagnucco’s first trip to the U.S.

“He was so excited about this trip with his friends. He had been preparing it for a while.”