ROSELLE PARK, NJ - Residents came out to the firehouse next to Kelly-Kaulfers Memorial Park, on Tuesday evening for the Borough’s September 11th Remembrance Service.
The ceremony honored and remembered the victims and heroes of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and also honor those serving in the military, both abroad and here at home.
Master of Ceremonies, Mariann Brenner, a retired Port Authority Officer sung the National Anthem and Councilman Thos Shipley urged everyone to join him in singing God Bless America.
The invocation was given by James R. Spera from the Church of Assumption and the prayer was given by Rev. Manuel P. Cruz, Jr. from the Community Methodist Church. Those being remembered from Roselle Park were Thomas J. Fisher, Robert A. Hepburn, Robert M. Kaulfers and John G. Ueltzhoeffer.
The Roselle Park High School Band played TAPS and Pat Hinds played the bagpipes to end out the event. The event in its entirety can be viewed below.
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