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In Remembrance
Place of Residence:
Monroe, NY
Location on 9/11:
Fire Department of New York | Lieutenant, Battalion 12

Lieutenant Glenn Perry began his career with the New York City Fire Department in 1990 after working for the New York City Police Department for eight years. He spent his first five years in Engine 282/Ladder 148 in Brooklyn. Shortly after‚ Glenn and his family moved from Staten Island to Orange County. He then transferred to Engine 84/Ladder 34 in the Washington Heights section of Manhattan where he spent four years.

In August of 1999 Glenn was promoted to lieutenant. He taught at the fire academy for a year. Glenn was assigned to Ladder 25 for the last few months preceding September 11th. Glenn’s personal interests included golf‚ cooking‚ and reading‚ but more importantly spending time with his family. One of his personal achievements was completing the New York City Marathon in 1991. Glenn is survived by his wife Peggy‚ and his three children-Glenn‚ Meaghan‚ and Caitlin. Peggy Perry.