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The memorial consisting of a 3-foot black granite stone with World Trade Center steel on top is engraved with the number of people murdered by terrorists during the September 11, 2001 terror attacks

Never Forget Foundation Dedicates 9/11 Memorial At Redwood Club

Sophia showed her patriotism with her firefighter father Sean Murphy.
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The Never Forget Foundation unveiled and blessed its Bronx 9/11 Memorial on Saturday, April 7 at the Redwood Club. The memorial consisting of a 3-foot black granite stone with World Trade Center steel on top is engraved with the number of people murdered by terrorists during the September 11, 2001 terror attacks. (below) A FDNY Fire Boat showed its support in waves.All photos by Laura Stone

(front, l-r) Cub Scout Pack 304 members Luca, Zach, Patrick, Jessie and Lorenzo handed out American flags to those in attendance with help from (back, l-r) Alison Walsh, FDNY member Chris Vignale, David Karic, Mark Viscogliosi and Brian Walsh.
Assemblyman Michael Benedetto (c) met Santiago Gonzalez and William Greco, UFA Bronx trustee at the ceremony.
A FDNY member joined NYS Court officer Maribel Velazquez in unveiling the 9/11 monument.
(l-r) Dan D’Allara, twin brother of NYPD officer John D’Allara; Linda Murphy, wife of FDNY lieutenant Raymond Murphy and Jane Ill, the sister of FDNY captain Frederick Ill, Jr. honored their loved one’s memories at the somber ceremony.
The dedicated monument to those lost on September 11, 2001 from the FDNY, NYPD, PAPD and Pentagon.
A FDNY Fire Boat showed its support in waves.
Posted 12:00 am, April 13, 2018
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