9/11's Impact: We Remember Four Lives Lost on 9/11
Bridgewater lost four residents in the Sept. 11 tragedy.
Bridgewater was racked by four deaths on Sept. 11, all residents working in the Twin Towers in New York City. Here, we remember the four men whose lives were lost in the tragic event.
- Evan Baron—The 38-year-old worked for Carr Futures, and worked out of the World Trade Center.
- Noel Foster—The 40-year-old worked out of the World Trade Center for Aon Corp.
- Ronald Tartaro—The 39-year-old worked for Fred Alger Management in the World Trade Center.
- Lance Richard Tumulty—An employee of Euro Brokers Inc., Tumulty, 32, worked out of the World Trade Center.
*Leading up to Sept. 11, Bridgewater Patch will examine 9/11's impact on the community and how lives have changed, and reflect on those who died in the attacks 10 years ago.
Saturday—We present photos of the Twin Towers taken by residents.
Sunday—Former Bridgewater resident John Kazan talks about what it was like in New York City on Sept. 11.
Monday—Bridgewater-Raritan High School seniors talk about their memories of 9/11.
Tuesday—The school district discusses how it teaches Sept. 11 to seventh through 12th graders, and we offer a special You Said It with county residents talking about their thoughts on how the world has changed.
Wednesday—Former New York City firefighter, and Bridgewater resident, Jim Murray shows pictures he took on 9/11.
Sept. 8—The Martinsville Volunteer Fire Co. talks about it brought water to rescue dogs at ground zero.
Sept. 9—The police department discusses how its training has changed since Sept. 11.
Sept. 10—County residents speak about how Sept. 11 changed their lives.
Sept. 11—We cover local and county Sept. 11 memorials.
In case you missed it:
Sept. 1—We looked at a photo that we thought was representative of the feelings of Americans today.