How We Remember

I was honored to be asked to contribute an essay to NFDA’s ‘Director’ magazine in observance of the somber 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks. I chose to write about a few of the many 9/11 memorials to be found in cemeteries around the country. One of my favorites is in the Cemetery of the Holy Rood, on Long Island. The tablet behind the Pieta statue contains the names and occupations of 414 of the victims who perished in the attacks.

If you are an NFDA member, you can read my essay (and those of several other contributors) in this month’s issue, or online.

Published by Alexandra Kathryn Mosca

Writer, Author, Taphophile, and Funeral Director

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