Woodbridge Remembers Township’s 9/11 Victims

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The Woodbridge High School Choir honors the memory and sacrifice of the victims of 9/11 with “Amazing Grace”. (Photo courtesy of Woodbridge Township)

The Woodbridge High School Choir honors the memory and sacrifice of the victims of 9/11 with “Amazing Grace”. (Photo courtesy of Woodbridge Township)

WOODBRIDGE — Sept. 11, was the 12th anniversary of the attack on America. On that day in 2001, nine Woodbridge Township residents fell victim, never to return to their families:

  • Cmdr. Patrick S. Dunn, USN
  • Edward Allegretto
  • Marlyn Bautista
  • John Adam Larson
  • James Lynch
  • Charles Mauro
  • Tonyell McDay
  • Narender Nath
  • Saukara Velamuri

Hundreds of Woodbridge Township First Responders – Woodbridge Fire Departments, First Aid Squads, Woodbridge Police Department, Office of Emergency Management, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) – residents and visitors attended the Interfaith Memorial Service to honor and remember those Woodbridge Township residents who perished and to recognize the bravery and sacrifice of the Woodbridge Township First Responder Community who risked their lives and sacrificed on that tragic day. Members of the Woodbridge Interfaith Community Council – hosted by Rev. James Thomas, First Presbyterian Church of Iselin – offered readings, remembrances, and prayers along with the Woodbridge High School Choir performing God Bless America and Amazing Grace.

Woodbridge Township First Responders muster for “A Township Remembers 9/11” at Woodbridge Town Hall.

Woodbridge Township First Responders muster for “A Township Remembers 9/11” at Woodbridge Town Hall. (Photo courtesy of Woodbridge Township)

Woodbridge 9/11 Memorial (Photo courtesy of Woodbridge Township)

Woodbridge 9/11 Memorial (Photo courtesy of Woodbridge Township)


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