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Tottenville History

Nov 19 Memorial for 9/11 dedication

On Saturday, November 19, at 11 am at the Tottenville Memorial Site on Amboy Road & Main Street, The Tottenville HistoricalSociety will dedicate the 9/11 memorial clock and monument to honor theTottenville residents who lost their lives at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
FF Paul M. Beyer
Louis A. Caporicci
FF Scott M. Davidson
FF Francis Esposito
FF Gary P. Geidel
FF Jeffrey J. Giordano
Michele B. Lanza
FF Carl E. Molinaro
Mario Nardone Jr.
FF Paul J. Pansini.
Ten years ago, we vowed that we would never forget.  This dedication the year of the tenth anniversary is a fitting sign of the fulfillment of this vow.  Those we lost are in our hearts forever.
I encourage all who can to attend the dedication if possible, but more importantly, each time you pass the corner of Amboy Road & MainStreet, take a quiet moment to remember.
….and then why not do one good deed in their memory to make life better for others in the Tottenville community?  To me, that will be the greatest tribute to them, which this monument stands to encourage. Then we can witness with our own lives that love indeed, does live on.
For those who may have missed my September 11 post for the tenth anniversary, you can access it through this link.
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