PAPD WLEA Association
A police officer enforces the law and prevents crime. As Police Officers we distinguish ourselves with pride placing our lives on the thin blue line everyday. It is a risk we chose to uphold. We leave our loved ones at home with no knowledge if we will be back home. On September 11th, 2001 the Port Authority lost 37 lives of those heroic men and women who sacrificed their lives to save thousands of others. The PAPD Women's Law Enforcement Association would like to thank those officers for their sacrifice. The PAPD Women's Law Enforcement Association would like to invite all officers, family and friends to join us on Sunday April 24th, 2016 from 8:00am - 2:00pm for the 5k Memorial Run/Walk and Community Day beginning at Pier 26 and following along Battery Park City. Please help us fundraise our goal of a minimum of $1,000 for those who paved the way to where we are today. The following names are the 37 police personnel killed in the line of duty that day: Officer Christopher C. Amoroso Officer Maurice V. Barry Officer Liam Callahan Lieutenant Robert D. Cirri Officer Clinton Davis Officer Donald A. Foreman Officer Gregg J. Froehner Officer Thomas E. Gorman Officer Uhuru G. Houston Officer George G. Howard Officer Stephen Huczko Inspector Anthony P. Infante Jr. Officer Paul W. Jurgens Sergeant. Robert M. Kaulfers Officer Paul Laszczynski Officer David P. Lemagne Officer John Lennon Officer J.D. Levi Officer James F. Lynch Superintendent of Police Fred V. Morrone Captain Kathy Mazza Officer Walter A. McNeil Officer Donald J. McIntyre Officer Joseph M. Navas Officer James Nelson Officer Alfonse J. Niedermeyer Officer James W. Parham Officer Dominick A. Pezzulo Officer Bruce A. Reynolds Officer Antonio J. Rodrigues Officer Richard Rodriguez Chief James A. Romito Officer John P. Skala Officer Walwyn W. Stuart Officer Kenneth F. Tietjen Officer Nathaniel Webb Officer Michael T. Wholey Thank you for your service. These fallen officers will never be forgotten. We got it from here brothers and sisters.