Late sergeant Charles Clark remembered on ten-year anniversary

PSA 8 officers hold up a flag to honor sergeant Clark.
Photo by Fernando Justiniano

On Thursday, November 7, a memorial event was held to remember the late sergeant Charles Clark, who passed away ten years ago. The event, held at PSA 8’s location at 2794 Randall Avenue, was attended by Clark’s family members as well as PSA 8 officers who paid their respects to the late sergeant. Sergeant Clark participated in the search, recovery and clean-up of the World Trade Center site following the 9/11 terrorist attacks. He passed away on November 7, 2009 as a result of lung and throat cancer related to 9/11.

Police officer Safuto honors sergeant Clark.
Photo by Fernando Justiniano

PSA 8 officers take a moment of silence to honor the life of sergeant Clarke.
Photo by Fernando Justiniano

PSA 8 captain and commanding officer Keiyon Ramsey hands the ceremonial flag to sergeant Clark’s daughter Destiny.
Photo by Fernando Justiniano

Destiny Clark, daughter of sergeant Clark, take a moment to reflect on her father.
Photo by Fernando Justiniano

Captain PSA 8 commanding officer Keiyon Ramsey (l), Sergeant Clark’s daughter Destiny Clark (c), police commissioner James O’Neill (r) with PSA 8 officers.
Photo by Fernando Justiniano

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