9/11 Tribute Center programs are offered throughout the year. Lectures, educational workshops and support programs are available to unite family members who lost loved ones, survivors, Lower Manhattan residents, rescue and recovery workers and volunteers who assisted in the aftermath of 9/11. Visit tributewtc.org for a schedule of upcoming programs and events.
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Memorial wreath-laying, Middletown, NJ
September 11, 2012 @ 8:45 am - 9:45 am
The public is invited to a silent tribute to the 37 Middletown residents who died in the World Trade Center who will be remembered with a wreath-laying ceremony on Tuesday, September 11, 2012 at 8:46am at the Middletown WTC Memorial Gardens.
The World Trade Center Memorial Gardens consist of a personalized memorial for each of the 37 residents killed in the terrorist attacks. The Middletown WTC Memorial Gardens are open to the public daily.
Also, in similar fashion to last year, banners have been installed on telephone poles along Kings Highway, Church Street and Middletown-Lincroft Road to honor the Middletown victims. The banners have been sponsored by local community members, businesses and organizations.
The Middletown residents murdered by terrorists on September 11, 2001 whose names are displayed in the Memorial Gardens include: Lorraine D. Antigua; Jane S. Beatty; Donna Bernaerts-Kearns; Alfred J. Braca; Ronald M. Breitweiser; Patrick J. Buhse; Stephen J. Cangialosi; Swede Joseph Chevalier; Dolores Marie Costa; Edward Desimone III; Michael Egan; David Ferrugio; Daniel J. Gallagher; John M. Grazioso; Felicia Hamilton; Patrick A. Hoey; Kathleen A. Hunt Casey; Brendan Mark Lang; Roseanne P. Lang; Anna A. Laverty; Michael Patrick McDonnell; Peter T. Milano; Louis J. Minervino; Justin John Molisani, Jr.; James Thomas Murphy; Christopher Newton-Carter; Paul R. Nimbley; Robert Emmett Parks, Jr.; Nicholas P. Pietrunti; John M. Pocher; Beth Ann Quigley; Gregg Reidy; Robert Andrew Spencer; Dick Stadelberger; Kenneth Tietjen; Anthony Ventura; and Rodney James Wotton.
Middletown WTC Memorial Gardens
36 Church Street (next to the Middletown Arts Center)