of us here at Salt City Long Spurs Chapter, and fellow NWTF members
across New York State extend our thoughts and prayers for the
victims of the acts of terrorism at the World Trade Center,
Pentagon, and the 4th plane that went down in Pennsylvania. We offer
our condolences and prayers for Long Island #1 chapter members
Cynthia Giugliano & Walter Weaver who perished in the Trade Center.
We also pray for their families, loved ones, and for the safety of
the many volunteers and rescuers. We stand united along with the
rest of our great nation.
age 46, of Nesconset, NY. A victim of the World Trade Center
Disaster on September 11, 2001. She was a Chief Technical Specialist
for Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield on the 27th floor of Tower 1.
Beloved wife of Larry. Also survived by many loving family and
friends. Donations can be made to the National Disaster Search Dog
Foundation, PO Box 999, Ojai, CA 93024 or at
E., Police Officer, NYPD (ESU Truck #3, Bronx), 30 years old, of
Hicksville, NY, tragically perished on September 11, 2001, in the
heroic effort, performing in the line of duty. Walter was assigned
to the Emergency Services Unit in February, 1998. “Wally” as he was
called by friends. Beloved son of Scotty and Joan Weaver. Loving
brother of Brian and Michael. Cherished boyfriend of Shannon
Faulkner. Additional info submitted by Robert Watterson......NWTF
member Walter Weaver was a safe Hunter, a Jakes Day committee
member, a NY State Hunter Safety Instructor, and a Wilderness Search
& Rescue Member. Walter answered his final call for help on
September 11th, 2001 at the World Trade Center. Walter had carried
out victims of this tragedy to the triage center, and had gone back
in to work a hydraulic tool to open an elevator full of people
trapped on the 6th floor. Walter was one of the rescue workers who
didn't come out of the World Trade Center.Walter is survived by his
parents, two brothers, fiancée, friends, and hunting companions. He
left behind his dreams, and his plans for the future with his
fiancée Shannon Faulkner.
New York State
Sportsmen Education Foundation (NYSSEF) has started a scholarship
fund, and a memorial building fund for a Search & Rescue building
that will be named: Walter Weaver Search & Rescue Bldg. Region 1.
Donations to the building fund or scholarship can be sent to: NYSSEF,
P.O. Box 1532, Ronkonkoma, NY 11779