9/11 Remembrance

On September 11, 2001, 19 Al Qaeda terrorists hijacked four airplanes and carried out suicide attacks against the United States. Two aircraft were flown into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, one hit the Pentagon, and the other crashed in Shanksville, PA during a struggle between terrorists and hijackers. A total of 2,977 people were killed in these attacks. Among those lost were twenty-six Yonkers residents. Additionally, eight first responders from Yonkers died from the effects of working at Ground Zero and six military service members from Yonkers were killed in the War on Terror.  

They shall never be forgotten.

9/11 Victims

Michael A. Boccardi

Michelle Renee Bratton

Thomas M. Brennan

Alex F. Ciccone

Joan McConnell Cullinan

Dwight Donald Darcy

Christopher Duffy

Kevin Joseph Frawley

John Patrick Gallagher

Peter Gelinas

Kieran Gorman

Vanessa Langer

Denis F. Lavelle

Michael Lepore

Michael J. Lyons

Yamel Merino

Kevin Murphy

James N. Pappageorge

Valsa Raju

Luis C. Revilla-Mier

Samuel R. Salvo, Jr.

Sean Patrick Tallon

Joanna Vidal

Timothy Matthew Welty

William Joseph Wik

Marian Halevy Serva

Yonkers First Responders who Died Due to the Effects of Working at Ground Zero

YPD-Police Officer Anthony Maggoire

YPD-Lieutenant Roy D. McLaughlin

YFD-Assistant Chief Roger Vitolo

YFD-Lieutenant John Rodriguez

YFD-Commissioner Peter Guyett

YFD-Firefighter Neill Tyndall

YFD-Firefighter John Peteani

YFD-Firefighter Eduardo Rivera

Military Serviceman from the City of Yonkers Killed in the War on Terror

Staff Sgt. Anthony Lagman

Sgt. Anthony Kalladeen

Staff Sgt. Courtney A. Hollinsworth

Lance Corporal John Malone

PFC Gifford E. Hurt

Sgt. Edward J. Frank

To learn more about the events on 9/11, take a look at the the books below. These can be placed on hold and picked up at the library.