Street Dedicated to Abe Zelmanowitz, 9/11/01 Hero Abe (Avremel) Zelmanowitz Way
Bench located on the church's grounds.
Purpose To honor all Alabama Veterans. Reason site was selected Great Location. Events planned for site: Speakers for Veterans -
This memorial garden has been created in loving memory of five alumni who were killed at the WTC on 9/11/01
Reason site was selected: The site was available and needed to be restored. The community was was very enthusiastic about backing the project.
A life size sculpture of Amy reading a book and hoding a teddy bear.
The memorial is to be a contemplative site of remembrance, that interacts with and softens the built granite memorial.
Andrew Friedman's family, friends, neighbors, and children of the Syosset/Woodbury community
Sponsored by Andrew's Family
The street adjoining the Leonia Public Library has been renamed to honor Leonia resident Andrew Jay-Hoon Kim.
In memory of "Sterg"- who perished in the World Trade Center, September 11, 2001- a gifted athlete, a loyal friend, a team leader and a role model for all to follow.
Angel in Anguish leaning over the Twin Towers and the Pentagon
This memorial was created and is now cared for by Wendy Pellegrino.
Margaret’s sister-in-law, Anita McGraw, shared several interests with Margaret; cooking, love of history and particularly gardening. Anita is a master gardener in her home state of Virginia.
Wayland Academy in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, dedicated a bench in front of the school's library as a memorial to Ann Nelson in a ceremony on Oct. 11, [year unknown].
The Anthony 9-11 Memorial was created to remember those lost on September 11, 2001.
Flag Pole outside the clubhouse and the memorial plaque inside the clubhouse.
Purpose: As a memorial to September 11, a decades-old tradition may offer solace and hope for the future. “A monument of trees in a well-ordered grove is human and humane.
"We have a memorial on the island at the center of our pond. In March, it is not very accessible except by snowmobile.
The memorial is nestled into the dunes and provides a place of serenity and remembrance
Lee and Eunice Hanson wanted to do a project with the Beardsley Zoo to commemorate the lives of their son Peter, his wife Sue and daughter, Christine.
Pentagon shaped garden approximately 50 feet by 50 feet, enclosed by a black wrought iron fence with brick columns eight feet high.
Purpose: To improve the recreation opportunities and lives of dogs and their owners.