In Remembrance of Our Brothers

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Brothers and Sisters,
On Sept. 11, 2001, 2,977 people lost their lives in the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history. Eighteen of them were our beloved union brothers.
 
As we continue to build the iconic skyline of this amazing city we call home, let us never forget all that we have lost. Every time we look up at One World Trade, let us remember that we built that in the honor of those we lost that day and as a symbol that as a union, as a city, and as a nation, we will overcome. 
 
We remember our Brothers today and every day. Our hearts go out to their family and friends. We are rebuilding but our Brothers are forever in our hearts.
 
We fondly remember:
Sean Canavan, Local 608
Martin Coughlan, Local 608
Matthew Diaz, Local 2287
Paul Gill, Local 608
Mauricio Gonzalez, Local 608
Maurice Kelly, Local 157
Chris Kirby, Local 608
Benjamin Millman, Local 608
Joseph Mistrulli, Local 157
Brian Monaghan, Local 157
David Ortiz, Local 608
Joseph Piskadlo, Local 157
John Rizzo, Local 608
Daniel Rosetti, Local 15
David Ruddle, Local 157
Stephen Russell, Local 45
Erik Sanchez, Local 2287

Patrick Woods, Local 608

Fraternally,
Joseph Geiger