ROSELLE PARK, NJ - Roselle Park came together Friday evening in Kelly-Kaulfers Memorial Park to remember four of the Union County residents who lost their lives nineteen years ago on September 11, 2001.

Kelly-Kaulfers Memorial Park, located next to the fire station, is the site of Roselle Park’s permanent 9/11 memorial. Roselle Park Police officers, honor guard and firefighters were all in attendance Friday evening. 

Deacon David Farell of Church of the Assumption delivered the invocation. Mayor Signorello then honored the four victims of the terrorist attack: Thomas J. Fisher of Union, Robert A. Hepburn of Union, Robert M. Kaulfers of Kenilworth and John G. Ueltzhoeffer of Roselle Park.

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Members of the Borough Council and the State Assembly also attended the memorial service. High school student Angelyse Estevez performed the national anthem and ‘God Bless America.’ Amanda Perez and David Levine of the Roselle Park High School Marching Band performed Taps.

The ceremony was concluded with a benediction from Rev. Manuel P. Cruz Jr. of the Community United Methodist Church.