CONTACT: Lt. Michael Ball
Milwaukee Fire Department
Director Community Relations

In recognition, the Milwaukee Fire Department will pay tribute to the great losses
suffered by our nation on September 11, 2001. Ceremonies will take place at
9:00 a.m. at the following firehouses:

Firehouse 2….755 North James Lovell Street
Firehouse 24….4927 West Fiebrantz Avenue
Firehouse 33….4515 West Burnham Street
Firehouse 7….3174 South Chase Avenue
Firehouse 16….10320 West Fond du Lac Avenue

MFD Honor Guard personnel will call attention and present arms for the salute
in remembrance of the first tower collapse. A Chief Officer will begin reading
the names of the 343 New York Firefighters who lost their lives, passing the list
to department members present so all can take part in the reading.
An additional event will take place in the evening at Miller Park starting at
4:00 p.m. This event includes ladder trucks from the Milwaukee and
Wauwatosa Fire Departments to display a large American Flag. There will be a
343 helmet display outside the stadium at the home plate entrance with the
Greater Milwaukee Fire and Police Pipes and Drums performing. Milwaukee
Fire Department Battalion Chief Christopher Snyder will sing the National
Anthem as the Honor Guard presents the colors at the 6:40 p.m. Brewer game.
Milwaukee Fire Department Deputy Chief Kevin Hafemann will throw out the first
pitch. The helmet and ladder tribute will be on display until just after sunset.

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