Lindenhurst residents, officials, firefighters and politicians gathered together on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 to honor the memory of the eight residents who died in the attacks on the World Trade Center.
Those eight residents were: Joseph Angelini, Jr., Joseph Angelini, Sr., Susan M. Clyne, Tara Moore Debek, Geoffrey E. Guja, Gary H. Lee, Catherine Lisa LoGuidice and Laurence Nedell.
The community gathered in support of the families of those residents in Village Square Park at to walk in a silent procession to the Lindenhurst Remembers Memorial Garden.
At the Memorial Garden keynote speeches were given by Mayor Tom Brennan, U.S. Congressman Peter King and Pastor Paul Milholland. There was also a reading of the names of the residents who perished.
As each individual's name was called, representatives from the family were called to light a candle in the garden next to the image of their loved one. Catherine Masak, who lost her daughter, Catherine Lisa LoGuidice, and Bob Moore, who lost his sister, Tara Moore Debek, also spoke.
In addition, the 9/11 Canine Memorial Statue was also rededicated on Sunday, at the request of the families and members of the Lindenhurst Remembers 9/11 Committee.
Lindenhurst Patch's captured the moments of the Memorial Garden , as well as the silent from .