On September 11, 2001, 23 courageous NYPD Officers, putting the safety of others before their own, went to the burning towers of the World Trade Center to aid their fellow New Yorkers. They have not returned… LAW ENFORCEMENT
“Just wanted to thank you for sharing your photos of this memorial. Nothing was ever found of my brother; being able to see the memorials around the country that are being erected with such love and compassion gives me a sense of comfort and aids in everyone's healing for sure.” Janice Booth New Jersey Memories & Thanks
Oregon Texas New Jersey Minnesota States on the Drawing Board or Who Have a Definite Interest
Here’s how… You have already taken the first step.
1.Form a local committee. 2.Obtain and review our memorial agreement. 3.We will send you all pertinent information regarding specifications, committees, steps, budget items and as much consulting as you need. 4.You obtain the site. The Steps to Your Memorial
5.We come and approve your site. 6.You get all the necessary permits, donations, financial commitments, political and business support. 7.We come to your unveiling and participate in your opening ceremony. The Steps to Your Memorial
You will have an unforgettable and lasting tribute to all those who lost their lives on… September 11, 2001
Barb Jack, President The WTC 9/11 PEN-T Committee Because of Barb’s determination to help, and her vision to get something done, we have built the first memorial in her State of Wisconsin, and she can help you build one in YOUR state.
Wayne Winter, Representative The WTC 9/11 PEN-T Committee A Portland (Oregon) firefighter, he helped form a group called a Tribute to Honor. The original goal was to help brother and sister firefighters and police officers in New York after the trauma they experienced. The group has since organized 9/11 memorials annually and helped local communities understand the job that emergency workers do every day. www.tributetohonor.org
Joe Torrillo, Spokesman The WTC 9/11 PEN-T Committee A New York firefighter who was twice a survivor of the WTC tragedy. He was buried under 18 feet of debris when Tower One collapsed. After being rescued, he was again buried after the collapse of Tower Two. He travels worldwide talking about 9/11, and is very proud of Barb’s vision for this memorial.
1.Where Were You, Alan Jackson 2.Never Forget, Angela Foster Music Credits
Donald Jungen – Jungen Consulting www.jungenconsulting.com John Stouffer- Pacific Northwest Associates www.pnanet.com Slide Program Credits