911 Remembered: Union City Unveils Monument to Victims of the Terrorist Attack!


A solemn ceremony that took place in Union City, NJ, tonight, September 11, 2008, culminated in the unveiling of a new monument to the Union City Victims of the attack on the Twin Towers as Union City Mayor and State Assemblyman Brian P. Stack and Mr. James Leber present the monument for the first time to the public. Behind the monument Mr. and Mrs. Lemagne, who lost their son David on the terrorist attacks of 911.



Bagpiper Colin Nisbet paid tribute to the victims and the heroes of 9/11 with a heartfelt performance.




Union City Mayor, Brian Stack and UCPD Chief Charles Everett pay their respects to the victims and heroes of 911 in Union City on September 11, 2008.



UCPD Captain Emilio González, Mr. James Leber, UC Mayor Brian Stack, Mrs. Lemagne, UCPD Detective Peer, and UC Police Chief Charles Everett pay their respects to the victims of 911 in Union City.

UC Commissioner Lucio Fernández speaks at tonight’s ceremony, to his right UC Commissioner and County Freeholder; Tilo Rivas, UCPD Captain; Emilio González, UC Commissioner; Chris Irizarry, UCPD Captain Barret, UC Mayor; Brian Stack, and UC Superintendent of Schools, Sandy Sanger.



Tenor Randy Pradera gave a memorable rendition of the National Anthem. Mr. Pradera is also an English teacher at Union City High School.

James Leber received a citation from the UCPD Officer Chris Scardino and Mayor Brian Stack for his generosity in providing part of the funds for the monument for the victims of 911.

NHFRR Fire Chief Giacomo, UCPD Police Chief; Charles Everett, and UCPD Captain; Emilio González present at tonight’s ceremonies.


Much more soon at Rafaelmartel.com, including the tragic story of the men and women of The Hazardous Materials Workers of The World Trade Center Relief Organization!


Mañana en este site la trágica historia de los héroes anónimos de 911. Hombres y mujeres trabajadores y humanos que arriesgaron sus vidas para tratar de rescatar a los sobrevivientes y, más tarde, trabajaron meses extrayendo los cadáveres de los caídos ese imborrable 11 de septiembre del 2001 en Ground Zero. ¿Qué está pasando con estos trabajadores? Tomorrow we’ll have the story of these brave men and women who worked at Ground Zero after the attacks. From heroes to survivors, they now struggle with the physical effects of working in hazardous conditions. What happened to most of them? Why is the government turning their backs on these fine people? What elected officials are helping them?


2 Responses to “911 Remembered: Union City Unveils Monument to Victims of the Terrorist Attack!”

  1. yo fui unas de esas personas que ayude junto con mi padre que ese encuentra es estas fotografias, pero somos anonimos e injutamente se olvidaron de lo que hicimos, personalmente fui deportado y preso en puerto siendo esposo de una ciudadana americana no tuvieron en cuenta nada de esto .. ojala sigan asi y tengan en cuenta esos heroes anonimos que como mi padre salio afectado en la recuperacion de esta zona por muchos meses como mi caso.. muchas gracias .

  2. Great article, I just given this onto a co-worker who was doing a little research on that. And he in fact purchased me lunch because I discovered it for him :) .. So let me reword that: Thanks for the treat! But yeah Thankx for taking the time to talk abo

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