Remembering September 11September 06, 2011
On September 11, Fordham will hold a 10th Anniversary Remembrance and Mass of the Holy Spirit on its Rose Hill and Lincoln Center campuses to remember the more than 100* members and close relatives of the Fordham University community who were killed in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, including the following individuals from the extended Fordham Law family.
Kevin F. Cleary ’91
Dwight D. Darcy ’71
Linda C. Lee ’94
John M. Moran ’94
Family Members of Alumni
Jonathan Connors, brother of James E. Connors ’75
Helen Crossin-Kittle, daughter of Agnes Alban Crossin ’65 and William Crossin ’63
Joseph Della Pietra, brother of Christopher Della Pietra ’92
Michael J. Duffy, son of John Michael Duffy ’63
Edward T. Fergus Jr., son of Edward T. Fergus ’62
Richard K. Fraser, brother-in-law of Shane P. Sullivan ’95
Joe Holland, brother-in-law of Rosemary E. (Mahoney) Martinson ’91 and Theresa A. Bohm ’94
John Katsimatides, brother of George Katsimatides ’05
Diane Lipari, wife of Edward Tighe ’75
Farrell P. Lynch and Sean P. Lynch, cousins of Peter O’Rourke ’90
Michael J. McCabe, son of Eugene McCabe ’48 and brother of Mary Ellen McCabe ’83
Joel Miller, stepfather of Maxwell Sivin ’03
Robert Andrew Spencer, brother-in-law of Margaret Marrin-Spencer ’93
John W. Wright Jr., brother-in-law of John G. McCarthy ’91 and cousin of Kathleen P. Kelly ’00
Throughout New York City, a number of memorial events will be held, along with the city’s official ceremony at the World Trade Center site on September 11 for families of 9/11 victims.
Trinity Church and St. Paul’s Chapel: September 4–11
Trinity Church and St. Paul’s Chapel near the World Trade Center site will host a series of free events including choral concerts, an interfaith bell ringing, and a ribbon of remembrance campaign. You also may tie a virtual Ribbon of Remembrance via their web site link to Facebook.
Hand in Hand Remembrance: September 10
Thousands of people will join hands to form a human chain along the waterfront in lower Manhattan beginning at 8:46 a.m., the time the first plane hit the World Trade Center on 9/11. Participation is free, but you must register so organizers may assign you to a starting location. Afterward, you may post a message on the Wall of Remembrance at Battery Park.
National 9/11 Memorial: September 11
The 9/11 Memorial will be dedicated on September 11 in a ceremony for victims’ families. It will open to the public on September 12 and will welcome visitors who have reserved passes in advance.
Floating Lantern Ceremony: September 11
The Interfaith Center of New York will host a floating lantern ceremony on the south side of Pier 40 on the Hudson River from 6 to 9 p.m. The free event, honoring 9/11 victims and 3/11 Japanese earthquake and Tsunami victims, includes interfaith prayer, meditation, and musical performances.
For information on additional events in New York City, visit NYC.gov and its Citywide Events Calendar.
*View the full In Memoriam list on the Fordham University website. The University has made every effort to ensure the accuracy of this list. If you detect any errors or omissions, please contact email@example.com.