September 11 Memorial/Remembrance Services in Greenwich

Posted on September 5, 2019 by admin

Wednesday, September 11th, 2019 marks the 18th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that took the lives of thousands. It is hard to believe so much time has past since the memories of that fateful morning feel recent for so many of us.

To honor the victims, we will be holding two events on the anniversary in observance and reflection. I will be speaking at the service in Cos Cob. Other elected officials and religious leaders in the community will be in attendance as well. We will also pay tribute to the 32 victims with ties to Greenwich:

Bryan Craig Bennett; Stephen Patrick Cherry; Kevin Francis Cleary; Kevin P. Connors; Brian Cummins; Christine Egan; Michael Egan; Ulf Ramm Ericson; Bennett L. Fisher; Thomas Edward Galvin; Steven Glick; Donald Freeman Greene; Pedro Grehan; James Douglas Halvorson; Erik Hans Isbrandtsen; Joseph Anthony Lenihan; Adam J. Lewis; Peter R. Kellerman; Teddy Maloney; Francis Noel McGuinn; Christopher D. Mello; Cheryl Monyak; Lindsay Stapleton Morehouse; Robert Walter Noonan; Mike A. Pelletier; Michael C. Rothberg; Jason E. Sabbag; Stacey Leigh Sanders; Frederick Varacchi; Gregory Kamal Bruno Wachtler; Martin Phillips “Buff” Wohlforth; Charles Alan Zion

Please see below for details.




September 11th Remembrance Service – Cos Cob

Who: Members of the community’s first responder’s organizations; Greenwich Police, Fire and Emergency Medical Service departments, town-wide career and volunteer first-responders, members of the Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich, Greenwich Boy Scouts and the GEMS Explorer Post

What: September 11th Remembrance Service

Where: Cos Cob Park, Sound Shore Dr, Cos Cob

When: Wednesday, Sept 11th, 2019 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Description: A gathering of over 200 people is expected to attend the annual ceremony and pay tribute to those who were lost. Opening the service will be Wells Noonan, Robert Noonan’s sister. This year, reading the names of the deceased and ringing a bell for each victim, will be family members of Teddy Maloney. Additionally, Lt. Jim Bonney will play the bagpipes, Neil Spitzer will play the piano, and vocals by Leila Kharem. The event will conclude with a benediction and retreat of the colors.


September 11th Memorial Service – Glenville

Who: Glenville Volunteer Fire Company

What: September 11th Memorial Service

Where: Glenville Fire House, 266 Glenville Rd, Greenwich

When: Wednesday, Sept 11th, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.

Description: The event will include a Presentation of the Colors, Pledge of Allegiance, Singing of National Anthem, and an Invocation.