Village of Islandia Holds September 11th Memorial Ceremony at First Responders Memorial

Mayor Dorman (standing behind podium) addresses those in attendance at the September 11th Memorial Ceremony at the First Responders Memorial on September 10.

Commemorates 20 Years Since the Terrorist Attack on America

Mayor Dorman (standing behind podium) addresses those in attendance at the September 11th Memorial Ceremony at the First Responders Memorial on September 10.
Joined by members of the Col. Francis S. Midura Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #12144, Mayor Dorman (standing behind podium) addresses those in attendance at the September 11th Memorial Ceremony at the First Responders Memorial on September 10. The village remembered five local first responders who died during the 9/11 attacks.

On September 10, the Village of Islandia held a special ceremony at the First Responders Memorial in honor of the memory of five local first responders who were killed during the September 11, 2001 attacks: Raymond M. Meisenheimer, Peter Brennan, John P. Napolitano. Glen K. Pettit and William J. Mahoney, Jr. This event commemorated the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on U.S. soil.

Mayor Allan M. Dorman was joined by village elected officials, employees and residents and members of the Col Francis S. Midura Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #12144 in remembering those who lost their lives during the 9/11 attacks.

The mayor scheduled the ceremony for the 10th to give the residents the opportunity to attend other September 11th memorial ceremonies throughout Long Island the following day.

The First Responders Memorial was unveiled on June 2, 2018. It features five plaques, one for each of the five local residents who lost their lives that day. Mayor Dorman said this ceremony will continue to be held at the Memorial to remember those who perished that day.