America will remember the thousands were killed in the 2001 terrorist attacks on New York City, Western Pennsylvania and Washington D.C. on Tuesday.
“These were simply people who went to work on one crystal clear September morning and unexpectedly found themselves on the front line,” Rev. Doug Hoglund of Woodside Presbyterian Church in Lower Makefield said at a ceremony at the Garden of Reflection in 2012.
Locally, 18 residents of Bucks County perished in the attacks.
Michael A. Bane – Yardley
Lorraine Bay – Langhorne
James P. Berger – Lower Makefield
Jeffrey M. Chairnoff – Lower Makefield
Peter Chirchirillo – Langhorne
William R. Godshalk – Lower Makefield
Donald G. Havlish, Jr. – Yardley
Donald W. Jones – Fairless Hills
William H. Kelly, Jr. – Lower Makefield
Joseph Lostrangio – Langhorne
Louis Nacke – New Hope
Joshua Reiss – Lower Makefield
John Michael Rodak- Southampton
Victor Saracini – Yardley
Larry Senko – Lower Makefield
Barbara A. Shaw – Bensalem
William Steiner – Lower Makefield
Sandra Wright – Langhorne