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OCPO Joins OC Residents In Remembering. We Must Never Forget!

This years annual 911 Remembrance outside 119 Hopper Ave, Toms River, marked the 15 year anniversary of the September 11th attacks in 2001.

Among the nearly 3,000 people who died in the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon were more than 400 emergency personnel; 343 firefighters, 60 police officers and eight paramedics died when the Twin Towers collapsed that morning.

Also among those killed at the World Trade Center were 21 people from Ocean County, including two from Toms River and one person from Beachwood.

They are listed here; the names have been compiled from several sources.

John Badagliacca, of Brick and Staten Island.
Brett T. Bailey of Brick
Christopher S. Cramer of Manahawkin
John Robert Cruz of Jersey City, formerly of Lakewood
Robert P. Devitt Jr. of Plainsboro, f1983 graduate of Brick Township High School
Michael D. Diehl of Brick
Patrick Joseph Driscoll of Point Pleasant Beach
Patricia M. Fagan of Toms River
Harvey J. Gardner III of Lakewood
William H. Kelly Jr. of Long Beach Township
Robert C. “Bob” Kennedy of Toms River
Joseph Mangano of Jackson
Fred Morrone of Lakewood
Edward K. Oliver of Jackson
Jon A. Perconti of Brick
Susan M. Pollio of Long Beach Township
James Sands Jr. of Brick
Raphael “Ralph” Scorca of Beachwood
Thomas Sgroi of Brick
Catherine Smith of Long Beach Township
Christopher M. Traina of Brick

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