Stephen Siller, beloved husband and father of five, was a firefighter from Squad 1, Park Slope Brooklyn.  On 9/11, he was off-duty, and on his way to golf with his 3 older brothers.  When Stephen heard on his scanner that the World Trade Center had been hit, he turned his vehicle around and headed towards the site.  When his truck was prohibited from entering the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel, typical of him, he raced on foot towards the site with his gear strapped to his back.  He was last seen alive on West and Liberty Streets where he, more than likely, went looking for his Squad, all of whom perished.  The Tunnel to Towers Run retraced Stephen’s footsteps on that fateful day.

Captain Joe was honored to attend with the Crimefighter Corvette to help memorialize Steven Siller's heroic effort and the memory of all the Firefighters, Police, and EMS workers who performed their duty that day.

They will never be forgotten!


Click for the full size pictureMrs. Siller, widow of the fallen firefighter, met with Captain Joe and thanked him for sharing in the days events. Click for the full size picture343 New York firefighters carrying American Flags following in their brother firefighter Steven Siller's footsteps.
Click for the full size pictureOur Crimefighter Corvette with the NYPD at the finish line for the Tunnel to Towers Race. Click for the full size pictureNew Jersey state police and correction officers admiring the Crimefighter Corvette.

Ground Zero today looking from the World Financial Center.

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