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dedication plaque

343
THIS CITY'S
BRAVEST
IN MEMORY
OF THOSE WHO FELL
AND TO THOSE WHO CARRY ON
ACROSS ALL CITIES AND TOWNS
ACROSS ALL GENERATIONS

TO OUR FALLEN FRIEND & PARTNER
VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER
GLENN J. WINUK

HOLLAND & KNIGHT LLP
THE HOLLAND & KNIGHT
CHARITABLE FOUNDATION
THE FIRE DEPARTMENT
OF NEW YORK
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The Memorial Wall, dedicated to the 343 members of the NYC Fire Department, as well as volunteer firefighter Glenn J. Winuk, a partner at Holland & Knight who died on that tragic day, is located at FDNY Engine 10 Ladder 10, directly across from the World Trade Center site.

A Gift from Holland & Knight Honors Members of the New York City Fire Department and Holland & Knight Partner Who Perished on 9/11/01:

On June 10, 2006 lawyers and staff from the national law firm Holland & Knight joined former New York City Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani, U.S. Representative Jerrold Nadler and Fire Commissioner Nicholas Scoppetta, in a ceremony unveiling an historic 9-11 Memorial Sculpture to the New York City Fire Department.

"It's very hard coming here."  Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani.

"We are deeply grateful to Holland & Knight for this extraordinary gift,"  Fire Commissioner Nicholas Scoppetta.

"The time for mourning may pass, but the time for remembering never does."  President George W. Bush.

The Officers and Members of Engine Company 10 and Ladder Company 10 of the Fire Department of the City of New York are honored to be the home for the FDNY 9/11 Memorial Wall.  We want to add our thanks to Holland & Knight for this very fitting and inspiring tribute.

"Our sincere thanks go out to all the employees and staff at Holland and Knight for their efforts in providing the Firefighters of New York City with a memorial that will last the test of time." UFA President Steve Cassidy