1. Sean Tallon EMT-D nyc-firefighter
2. Karl Joseph EMT D NYC firefighter
3. Andre Fletcher EMT-D NYC firefighter
4. James Coyle EMT-D NYC firefighter
5. Joe Henry EMT-D-NYC firefighter
6. Hector Tirado NYC firefighter
7. Je Jung, EMT-D
8. Keith Fairben EMT-D NY Presbyterian
9 Officer David Lemagne EMT-P PAPD
10 Carlos Lillo EMT-P FDNY
11 Yamel Merino EMT MetroCare Ambulance
12 Richard Pearlman Forrest Hill Volunteer Ambulance Corp.
13 LT Ricardo Quinn EMT-P FDNY Made LT after 9-11
14 Mario Santoro EMT-D NY Presbyterian
15 David Marc Sullins EMT-D Cabrini Medical Center
16 Mark Schwartz EMT-D Hunter Ambulance
17 Officer John Skala PAPD part time paramedic in NJ (lived in Clifton, NJ)
18 Frank Spinelli Cantor Fitzgerald Volunteer EMT (5 years) lived in Short Hill, NJ
19 Jeff Simpson EMT-B worked Oracle systems Dumfries, VA Triangle Rescue Squad.
20 Court officer Mitchel Wallace EMT-D Bayside Volunteer Ambulance
21 LT. Kevin Pfeifer EMT-P NYC firefighter
22 LT Bob Cirri Paramedic Port Authority Police Department lived in Nutley, NJ
23 Zhe (Zack) Zeng Zhe (Zack) Zeng '95, '98S (MBA) could have stayed safely in the offices of the Bank of New York following the September 11 terrorist attacks. Blocks away from the World Trade Center, he was in no danger. But Zeng, a trained Emergency Medical Technician who volunteered for the Brighton ambulance service while a student at Rochester, went to see if he could help those who were not safe.
24 Court Officer & EMT Thomas Jurgens, 26, his wife stated "Any kind of crisis, he would always be the first one to respond," Joan Jurgens said. He was trained as an emergency medical technician and a volunteer firefighter, and his family used to tease him about which uniform he was going to put on that day, said his mother, Linda Jurgens. Helping people has just been a way of life for him, she said.
25 Glenn Winuk Last week's article on the Firefighter's Memorial Wall at Ten House failed to mention its direct and original inspiration, the selfless heroism of Glenn J. Winuk on 9/11. Glenn was a 20-year veteran volunteer firefighter and EMT who raced to the WTC to participate in the rescue effort and tragically perished while trying to save the lives of others. He was a partner in the law firm of Holland and Knight and the only member of that firm lost on 9/11.
26 Officer Maurice Barry PAPD Volunteer EMT with Rutherford Ambulance corp in NJ
27 Officer David Lemagne PAPD EMT-P
28 SGT Rodney Gillis-Sgt. Rodney C. Gillis EMT at age of 34, Rodney C. Gillis had accomplished many things: A police sergeant with the Emergency Service Unit. A certified Emergency Medical Technician.
29 Linda Gronlund was an EMT she was on Flight 93
30 Michael Kiefer EMT in his younger years before becoming a Firefighter
31 Charles Laurencin was a medic in the Air Force
32 Clive Thompson EMT volunteer at Summit, NJ
33 Kenneth Swenson Volunteer EMT Chatham’s emergency squad
34 Stephen Huczko EMT and RN (Added 08-26-2006)
"We all want to embrace the beautiful memories of these amazing people by keeping their passions in life alive within our own lives to keep their spirits living for years to come" Teresa Jahn www.911memorialquilts.com
35 Paramedic Daniel E. Stewart, 27 of the FDNY in New York City
Died by hanging after suffering post Traumatic Stress Syndrome almost 2 years after 9-11-2001
June 07, 2002