Victory Lodge 1725 Remembers 9/11

September 11, 2021 Admin 0

8:46 am – North Tower – American 11

Captain John Ogonowski

First Officer Thomas McGuinness Jr.

Flight Attendants: Barbara Arestegui, Jeffrey Collman, Sara Low, Karen Martin, Kathleen Nicosia, Betty Ong, Jean Roger, Dianne Snyder, Madeline Sweeney

9:03 am – South Tower – United 175

Captain Victor Saracini

First Officer Michael Horrocks

Flight Attendants: Robert J. Fangman, Amy N. Jarret, Amy R. King, Kathryn L. Laborie, Alfred G. Marchand, Michael C. Tarrou, Alicia N. Titus

9:37 am – Pentagon – American 77

Captain Charles Burlingame

First Officer David M. Charlebois

Flight Attendants: Michele Heidenberger, Jennifer Lewis, Kenneth Lewis, Renee A. May… Read More...

We Remember

September 11, 2019 Admin 0

Dear Sisters, Brothers and Friends of the IAM,

Eighteen years ago today, we witnessed the senseless coordinated attacks that killed thousands of innocent people at the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. and in a field in Somerset County, Pennsylvania.

The unimaginable events that unfolded that day have changed us forever.

That includes the loss of IAM members: United Airlines Customer Service employees Marianne McFarland and Jesus Sanchez were aboard United Flight 175, the plane that hit the South Tower of the World Trade Center. IAM Organizer and New York City Firefighter Keith Maynard died … Read More...

A 9/11 Message from GVP Pantoja

September 11, 2019 Admin 0

General Vice President Sito Pantoja today issued the following statement on the anniversary of 9/11: 

Sisters and Brothers, today marks the eighteenth anniversary of the cowardly attacks that killed thousands of innocent people. It is a day of reflection and remembrance. On that fateful day, there was no shortage of heroism as many people sacrificed their own well-being to help those in need. 

The IAM lost three courageous members that day, United Airlines Customer Service employees Marianne McFarland and Jesus Sanchez who were onboard United 175 and IAM Organizer and New York City Firefighter Keith Maynard who died in the … Read More...