9/11 We Will Never Forget


Today marks 17 years since our country was attacked. Please join our family in remembering the 2,977 people, and especially our 343 brothers, that lost their lives that day. 

We will Never Forget the impact that day, the courage of our 343 brothers, and the Military men and women who fought to protect our country in the years afterwards. 

For our 343 brothers...


When I am called to duty, God
Wherever flames may rage
Give me the strength to save some life
Whatever be its age
Help me embrace a little child
Before it is too late...
Or save an older person from
The horror of that fate
Enable me to be alert and
Hear the weakest shout
And quickly and efficiently
To put the fire out
I want to fill my calling and
To give the best in me
To guard my every neighbor
And protect their property
And if according to my fate
I am to lose my life
Please bless with your protecting hand
The Special People in my Life.

(Author unknown)

Please Feel Free to Share Your Story with us in the Comment Section...


  • B.Myers

    And Good Bless you & your’s as well!

  • Randy Wilson

    On this day 17 year’s ago I was a 911/Fire EMS Dispatcher and Firefighter/EMT. I just finished my Midnight shift. So on my way home I stopped at the firehouse my phone rang honey how soon will you be home I have to go to work early
    Waiting for me at home was my wife and my daughter my wife went to work she yelled at me I love you I walked my daughter to the bus stop I got a kiss
    I am saddened how many wife’s husbands girlfriend boyfriend grandparents didn’t get a I love you and a kiss on this day. I spent many hours in dispatch and the firehouse God bless those families

  • Steven L Simon

    I will never forget nor anyone involved in planning that horrendous . I lost a lot of people I knew, many were brothers in the fire and police service. God bless!

  • Ken Doroh

    On this day 17 yrs ago my wife an I was in Florida when this happen. The hours after turned into sitting in our resort watching things happening. We were not alowed to do anything out in the area because of the event still unfolding.
    I am now a retired career Fire Lt. this still brings tears,of our brothers and sister lost in a terrible attempt to kill America but we are strong and move on.
    I had the best job in the world along with the risk that came with it, just as those that entered the towers to try to save other.
    My prayers and thoughts with all.
    God Bless America.

    Ken Doroh Lt. retired IAFF 1562

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