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9/11 Remembered

While the 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony could not be held today in person, we remember the events and losses of 9/11/2001 nonetheless.

We include these photos of prior remembrance ceremonies and join with those across the nation and world in stating, "We will never forget."

We lost 2,977 on the planes, World Trade Center, Pentagon, and surrounding areas that day, and the deaths continue to this day from health issues for those responding to or caught up in the smoke and ash.

Today, we honor their lives.

Spotlights shine upwards in remembrance of the World Trade Center towers

KCSO Honor Guard

KCSO Honor Guard members stand with KVCC police academy cadets behind them.

KCSO Mounted Deputies lined up for the ceremony

Three KCSO Mounted Deputies with flag

Reserve Captain Jarzambek speaks

KDPS honor guard

Portage Fire Dept Honor Guard

Bugle player plays taps.

Sheriff Fuller ties a ribbon on the 9/11 memorial shaped like the World Trade Center towers.

Posted: Friday, September 11, 2020

Kalamazoo County Sheriff's Office
1500 Lamont
Kalamazoo, MI 49048

Emergency: 9-1-1
Administration: 269-383-8821
Non-Emergency Dispatch:  269-488-8911

Sheriff: Richard C Fuller
Undersheriff: James Vandyken