In Memoriam

The Memorial Wall honors the members who have died as a result of World Trade Center-related illnesses. It hangs in the lobby of FDNY Headquarters.  A Memorial Wall listing the names of  FDNY members who died in the last few years due to World Trade Center-related illnesses was unveiled at FDNY Headquarters . “This plaque reminds us that 9/11 was not a single event or a day on the calendar, but something this Department faces on a daily basis,” said Fire Commissioner Salvatore Cassano. “The sacrifices made by members of the FDNY on that day will continue for years to come.” The members on the Wall died of illnesses related to their work at the World Trade Center during and after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. The inscription on the Memorial Wall reads, “DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF THOSE WHO BRAVELY SERVED THIS DEPARTMENT PROTECTING LIFE AND PROPERTY IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK IN THE RESCUE AND RECOVERY EFFORT AT MANHATTAN BOX 5-5-8087 WORLD TRADE CENTER.”

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IN MEMORIAM

 

F.F. VITO LEPORE – NOVEMBER 2017

F.F. HOWARD LEWIS – DECEMBER 8, 2017

D.C. RICHARD P. VONO SR. (D15) – DECEMBER 8, 2017

**B.C. JOHN J. McGLYNN – DECEMBER 9, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

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