Thomas J. Fennessy, retired NYPD sergeant who aided 9/11 recovery, dies at 64

Retired NYPD Sergeant Thomas J. Fennessy, who spent time working during the 9/11 recovery efforts at the World Trade Center site, has died of the site-related brain cancer glioblastoma at the age of 64.

Sgt. Fennessy joined the NYPD in 1982 and retired in 2002. He came from an NYPD family.

He was diagnosed with cancer in 2017, reports Vera Chinese for NY Newsday.

Details of his wake and funeral can be found here.

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