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December 5, 2019
In memory of a Ladder 25 firefighter...
Never forgotten.
September 11, 2017
Read about him as they announced his name. A great father. So sorry for your loss.
September 12, 2016
Thank you for your service, your courage and your sacrifice. May God bless your family with peace. You are remembered and your life celebrated.
September 11, 2016
Ken, Never met you even though we were distant cousins, but members of my family came to bid you a loving goodbye and it was through pictures and videos of that memorial service with the fire boat saluting you on the Hudson as one of the brotherhood of hero's to whom we always owe so much, that I realized the impact to us all.
Today reminds me where I was on that fateful day and then weeks later learning that you were courageously performing your conscious and dedicated duty along with the too numerous total of firemen and policemen we lost answering the bell, that my heart is painfully sad at the losses of life that affected so many and yet offers us a sense of hope and love that those who responded exemplify the best of the best of mankind.
I have touched your name at a touring mini-wall event and am proud to exhibit a photo of that memorial and a picture of you which I had made and hangs on my own wall of pride which makes those who visit and see it sense a feeling of the event and a sense of the loss through you to me that touches them.
I'm not religious Ken but I know that you sit in good stead with your God and I am thankful for that.
Your Distant Cousin
Ernie
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