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9/11: In Memoriam

10 years later, we continue to remember the sacrifice of all the law enforcement officers who gave their lives on 9/11.

September 01, 2011  |  by - Also by this author


In all, 72 police responders from municipal, state, and federal agencies lost their lives during the 9/11 terrorist attacks. We would also like to pay tribute to all those who later succumbed to injuries sustained as a result of the terrorist attacks and working amid the rubble. Here's the list of the fallen:

New York Police Department

Sergeant John G. Coughlin
Sergeant Michael S. Curtin
Sergeant Rodney C. Gillis
Sergeant Timothy A. Roy
Detective Claude D. Richards
Detective Joseph V. Vigiano
Officer John D'Allara
Officer Vincent G. Danz
Officer Jerome M. Dominguez
Officer Stephen P. Driscoll
Officer Mark J. Ellis
Officer Robert Fazio
Officer Ronald P. Kloepfer
Officer Thomas M. Langone
Officer James P. Leahy
Officer Brian G. McDonnell
Officer John W. Perry
Officer Glen K. Pettit
Officer Moira A. Smith
Officer Ramon Suarez
Officer Paul Talty
Officer Santos Valentin Jr.
Officer Walter E. Weaver

Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police Department

Officer Christopher C. Amoroso
Officer Maurice V. Barry
Officer Liam Callahan
Lieutenant Robert D. Cirri
Officer Clinton Davis
Officer Donald A. Foreman
Officer Gregg J. Froehner
Officer Thomas E. Gorman
Officer Uhuru G. Houston
Officer George G. Howard
Officer Stephen Huczko
Inspector Anthony P. Infante Jr.
Officer Paul W. Jurgens
Sergeant. Robert M. Kaulfers
Officer Paul Laszczynski
Officer David P. Lemagne
Officer John Lennon
Officer J.D. Levi
Officer James F. Lynch
Captain Kathy Mazza
Officer Walter A. McNeil
Officer Donald J. McIntyre
Superintendent of Police Fred V. Morrone
Officer Joseph M. Navas
Officer James Nelson
Officer Alfonse J. Niedermeyer
Officer James W. Parham
Officer Dominick A. Pezzulo
Officer Bruce A. Reynolds
Officer Antonio J. Rodrigues
Officer Richard Rodriguez
Chief James A. Romito
Officer John P. Skala
Officer Walwyn W. Stuart
Officer Kenneth F. Tietjen
Officer Nathaniel Webb
Officer Michael T. Wholey
K-9 Sirius

New York City Fire Department

Fire Marshal Ronald P. Bucca

New York State Office of Court Administration

Senior Court Officer Thomas Jurgens
Captain William Thompson
Senior Court Officer Mitchel Scott Wallace

New York State Office of Tax Enforcement - Petroleum, Alcohol and Tobacco Bureau

Bureau Chief Charles Mills

New York State Office of Tax Enforcement - Revenue Crimes Bureau

Investigator Clyde Frazier
Investigator Richard Moore
Investigator Salvatore Papasso
Assistant Deputy Commissioner William Pohlmann

United States Department of the Interior - Fish and Wildlife Service

Refuge Manager Richard Jerry Guadagno

United States Department of Justice - Federal Bureau of Investigation

Special Agent Leonard Hatton

United States Department of the Treasury - Secret Service

Master Special Officer Craig J. Miller

Comments (2)

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Martin Gonzalez @ 9/11/2011 7:34 AM

In remembrance to my brothers & sisters of the NYPD, PAPD & LEO’s who were murdered on 9/11/01. You are not & never will be forgotten.

Martin Gonzalez, Ret. NYPD

John Swanson @ 9/13/2011 5:05 AM

I found this list of enforcement personnel to be very enlighting. I had never seen a list of these names before. I will maintain a copy in my files. Thank you for doing this.

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