Deputy Administrator Serino Honors 9/11 Victims

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Yesterday, on the tenth anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks, millions around the world remembered those that were killed, their families, the first responders and members of the military who valiantly serve America every day. Our own Deputy Administrator Rich Serino went back to his hometown of Boston, Mass. to attend a memorial service with Secretary Napolitano, where hundreds gathered at the Massachusetts State House as the names were read aloud of the 206 Massachusetts residents that were killed on that day.

And as part of the Day of Remembrance and Service, Deputy Administrator Serino donated blood at a local American Red Cross blood drive, as he does every year on the anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

Below are a few photos from the service; and in case you missed it, Secretary Napolitano posted a blog yesterday on “Ten Years Later: A Stronger, Safer America”.


FEMA Deputy Administrator Richard Serino joined several hundred others during September 11, 2001 memorial ceremonies in Boston.
Boston, MA, September 11, 2011 -- FEMA Deputy Administrator Richard Serino joined several hundred others during September 11, 2001 memorial ceremonies in Boston. The names of 206 Massachusetts residents who died in the terrorist attacks were read on the steps of the Massachusetts State House.

FEMA Deputy Administrator Richard Serino (right) talks with Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano moments before attending September 11, 2001 memorial ceremonies in Boston.
Boston, MA, September 11, 2011 -- FEMA Deputy Administrator Richard Serino (right) talks with Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano moments before attending September 11, 2001 memorial ceremonies in Boston. The names of 206 Massachusetts residents who died in the terrorist attacks were read on the steps of the Massachusetts State House.

FEMA Deputy Administrator Rich Serino donates blood at a local American Red Cross blood drive honoring those who lost their lives in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
Boston, MA, September 11, 2011 -- FEMA Deputy Administrator Rich Serino donates blood at a local American Red Cross blood drive honoring those who lost their lives in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

FEMA Deputy Administrator Rich Serino talks with Christie Coombs at the September 11, 2001 memorial in Boston.
Boston, MA, September 11, 2011 -- FEMA Deputy Administrator Rich Serino talks with Christie Coombs at the September 11, 2001 memorial in Boston. Coombs husband, Jeff, was one of the passengers on American Airlines flight 11 that crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center ten years ago.

FEMA Deputy Administrator Richard Serino pays respect at the September 11, 2001 memorial in Boston.
Boston, MA, September 11, 2011 -- FEMA Deputy Administrator Richard Serino pays respect at the September 11, 2001 memorial in Boston. Serino participated in 9/11 memorials remembering the victims of the terrorist attacks 10 years ago.

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Sept 11 is a date remembered by the global populat...

Sept 11 is a date remembered by the global population - we share the pain, sorrow and memories of those directly involved and we pray that it will never happen again.

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