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The memorial at the Southampton Fire Department's Hampton Road Station on Saturday.

The memorial at the Southampton Fire Department's Hampton Road Station on Saturday.

The Color Guard presents and raises the flag at the Southampton Fire Department ceremony on Saturday.

The Color Guard presents and raises the flag at the Southampton Fire Department ceremony on Saturday.

The Color Guard presents and raises the flag at the Southampton Fire Department ceremony on Saturday.

The Color Guard presents and raises the flag at the Southampton Fire Department ceremony on Saturday.

Southampton FD Chaplain Rev. Michael Vetrano speaks during the service on Saturday.

Southampton FD Chaplain Rev. Michael Vetrano speaks during the service on Saturday.

Members of the Southampton Fire Department Juniors lay the wreath at the memorial.

Members of the Southampton Fire Department Juniors lay the wreath at the memorial.

Members of the Southampton Fire Department Juniors lay the wreath at the memorial.

Members of the Southampton Fire Department Juniors lay the wreath at the memorial.

The memorial ceremony at the Southampton Fire Department's Hampton Road Station on Saturday.

The memorial ceremony at the Southampton Fire Department's Hampton Road Station on Saturday.

Quogue Fire Department Ex-Chief Chris Osborne welcomes the crowd the memorial rededication ceremony on Saturday.

Quogue Fire Department Ex-Chief Chris Osborne welcomes the crowd the memorial rededication ceremony on Saturday.

Quogue Village Mayor Peter Sartorius at the memorial rededication ceremony on Saturday.

Quogue Village Mayor Peter Sartorius at the memorial rededication ceremony on Saturday.

The wreath is laid at the rededication of the Quogue 9/11 Memorial on Saturday.

The wreath is laid at the rededication of the Quogue 9/11 Memorial on Saturday.

Quogue Firefighters salute the memorial on Saturday.

Quogue Firefighters salute the memorial on Saturday.

The rededication of the Quogue 9/11 memorial on Saturday.

The rededication of the Quogue 9/11 memorial on Saturday.

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Firefighter Patrick "Skip" Heaney plays taps at the Quogue 9/11 ceremony on Saturday.

Firefighters from the Amagansett, Springs and Sag Harbor Fire Departments plant flags - one for each fire, police or military member killed at 9/11 - prior to the start of the ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, held on the Village Green in East Hampton on Saturday afternoon.

Firefighters from the Amagansett, Springs and Sag Harbor Fire Departments plant flags - one for each fire, police or military member killed at 9/11 - prior to the start of the ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, held on the Village Green in East Hampton on Saturday afternoon.

Five-year-old Connor Blodorn, son of Sag Harbor Fire Department Assistant Chief Andrew Blodorn, watches the American flag being raised by the East Hampton and Sag Harbor Fire Department ladder trucks prior to the start of the ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, held on the Village Green in East Hampton on Saturday afternoon.

Five-year-old Connor Blodorn, son of Sag Harbor Fire Department Assistant Chief Andrew Blodorn, watches the American flag being raised by the East Hampton and Sag Harbor Fire Department ladder trucks prior to the start of the ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, held on the Village Green in East Hampton on Saturday afternoon.

Large American flags fly over the East Hampton Village Green and Montauk Highway - courtesy of the East Hampton,  Sag Harbor, Bridgehampton and Montauk Fire Departments - during a ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, held on the Village Green in East Hampton and attended by 11 different East End fire, police and EMS agencies on Saturday afternoon.

Large American flags fly over the East Hampton Village Green and Montauk Highway - courtesy of the East Hampton, Sag Harbor, Bridgehampton and Montauk Fire Departments - during a ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, held on the Village Green in East Hampton and attended by 11 different East End fire, police and EMS agencies on Saturday afternoon.

Large American flags fly over the East Hampton Village Green and Montauk Highway - courtesy of the East Hampton,  Sag Harbor, Bridgehampton and Montauk Fire Departments - during a ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, held on the Village Green in East Hampton and attended by 11 different East End fire, police and EMS agencies on Saturday afternoon.

Large American flags fly over the East Hampton Village Green and Montauk Highway - courtesy of the East Hampton, Sag Harbor, Bridgehampton and Montauk Fire Departments - during a ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, held on the Village Green in East Hampton and attended by 11 different East End fire, police and EMS agencies on Saturday afternoon.

The ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, held on the Village Green in East Hampton and attended by 11 different East End fire, police and EMS agencies on Saturday afternoon.

The ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, held on the Village Green in East Hampton and attended by 11 different East End fire, police and EMS agencies on Saturday afternoon.

Individual flags for every member of the fire, police or military who died at 9/11 were  laid out during a ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, held on the Village Green in East Hampton and attended by 11 different East End fire, police and EMS agencies on Saturday afternoon.

Individual flags for every member of the fire, police or military who died at 9/11 were laid out during a ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, held on the Village Green in East Hampton and attended by 11 different East End fire, police and EMS agencies on Saturday afternoon.

Sag Harbor Fire Department Ex-Chief Tom Gardella gave the Chaplain's address during a ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, held on the Village Green in East Hampton and attended by 11 different East End fire, police and EMS agencies on Saturday afternoon.

Sag Harbor Fire Department Ex-Chief Tom Gardella gave the Chaplain's address during a ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, held on the Village Green in East Hampton and attended by 11 different East End fire, police and EMS agencies on Saturday afternoon.

The Westhampton Beach Fire Department held a 9-11 ceremony at the Sunset Avenue firehouse on Saturday morning.

The Westhampton Beach Fire Department held a 9-11 ceremony at the Sunset Avenue firehouse on Saturday morning.

The East Quogue Fire Department hosted a 9/11 memorial ceremony on Saturday.  COURTESY WESTHMAPTON BEACH FIRE DEPARTMENT

The East Quogue Fire Department hosted a 9/11 memorial ceremony on Saturday. COURTESY WESTHMAPTON BEACH FIRE DEPARTMENT

The East Quogue Fire Department hosted a 9/11 memorial ceremony on Saturday.  COURTESY WESTHMAPTON BEACH FIRE DEPARTMENT

The East Quogue Fire Department hosted a 9/11 memorial ceremony on Saturday. COURTESY WESTHMAPTON BEACH FIRE DEPARTMENT

The East Quogue Fire Department hosted a 9/11 memorial ceremony on Saturday.  COURTESY WESTHMAPTON BEACH FIRE DEPARTMENT

The East Quogue Fire Department hosted a 9/11 memorial ceremony on Saturday. COURTESY WESTHMAPTON BEACH FIRE DEPARTMENT

Speaker Matthew O'Connor of Hampton Bays with his daughter. O'Connor spoke about his experience on 9/11. He is a member of the Hampton Bays Volunteer Ambulance.

Speaker Matthew O'Connor of Hampton Bays with his daughter. O'Connor spoke about his experience on 9/11. He is a member of the Hampton Bays Volunteer Ambulance.

authorStaff Writer on Sep 12, 2021
Memorial services were held all over the East End marking the 20th anniversary of the attacks on September 11, 2001. The Southampton and Quogue Fire Departments rededicated their monuments at... more

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