Category Archives: Families in the News

Petition to rename park for Police Officer Bruce Reynolds, PAPD

Police Officer Bruce Reynolds, (1960-2001), was a Port Authority police officer who on the morning of September 11, 2001 rushed from his post at the George Washington Bridge to the World Trade Center, sacrificed himself on that day to save countless others. Bruce Reynolds was the son of J.A. Reynolds and Geri Reynolds. The family moved […]

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LI First Responders Bring Cheer to Wounded Vets in Washington

Maria Alvarez Newsday Bearing baseball caps, T-shirts and a gentle manner, some Long Island first responders are using their firehouse camaraderie to help wounded war veterans in Washington, D.C. The Vigiano Group — named for two brothers and first responders from Long Island killed on 9/11 and made up of former firefighters and Marines — […]

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Dunedin man honors nephew Gary Albero with walk to NYC

Bobby Lewis, WTSP   Tampa, Florida — If you have cheered for one team for 60 years, you’ve earned a road trip to watch them play. Usually that road trip includes a car but Richard Albero has opted to make the journey on foot. “I’m crazy,” he said with a chuckle Monday morning. The 65-year-old die-hard Yankees […]

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