World Trade Rememberance 2018

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17 years ago on a bright and sunny beautiful day, our lives were changed forever. We still mourn for the lives lost then and the lives that were prematurely ended years later by its toxicity. We also pause to remember the lives they lived! Many women and men from the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office without hesitation went to Ground Zero in the immediate and subsequent aftermath to be of help and support. We will never forget the lives lost and the bravery of all first responders who stood in harm’s way. We salute you all. “Some gave all, all gave some.” #neverforget #911. From Putnam County :

  • Carmel
    • Kuveikis, Thomas; 48
      New York Fire Department
    • Minara, Robert; 54
      New York Fire Department
  • Kent
    • Harlin, Daniel E.; 41
      New York Fire Department
  • Lake Carmel
    • Driscoll, Stephen Patrick; 38
      New York Police Department
  • Patterson
    • Blackwell, Christopher J.; 42
      New York Fire Department
    • Cain, George C.; 35
      New York Fire Department

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Deputy Thomas Desjardains Correction Officer Kevin McGuckian Deputy Robert Tichy Correction Officer John Segnit Deputy Thomas Velotti
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Investigator Mike Ball navigating his way through the field of twisted metal debris
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Starting from the left - John Segnit, Anthony Colella, Vinnie Martin, Richie Stellacci, John Matrician.
Article | by Dr. Radut