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September 11th Ministry

Head of September 11th Ministry - Caye Caswik.

Name: Caye Caswick
Job: Head of September 11th Ministry

I'm honored Father Andrew asked me to head this Ministry. It makes me proud to be able to do my part. Also, in a more personal way, it brings me closer to my father, who served in the Army in WWII, and who basically left it all in New Guinea and Japan -- he would not speak of any of his military experiences -- but somehow this helps ease some of the questions I always asked and was shhhhhushed on. It's a healing experience each year for all of us and I look forward to that feeling each year as it approaches -- God Bless America and all the freedoms we enjoy.

Job Description

Organizing the 9/11 Memorial each year to honor those who lost their lives on that day. Securing an annual speaker, music, refreshments, and working with the various other participants to make the day memorable for all who attend.

Current Events & Information

September11th Annual Report, January 2016
September11th Annual Report, January 2015
September11th Annual Report, January 2014
September11th Annual Report, January 2013
September11th Annual Report, January 2012
September11th Annual Report, January 2011
September11th Annual Report, January 2010
September11th Annual Report, January 2009
September11th Annual Report, January 2008
September11th Annual Report, January 2006
September11th Annual Report, January 2005

911 Memorial - View Our World Trade Center Memorial