9-11 Heroes

Leave your memorial thoughts for Lt. Timothy Higgins

In Memory of Lt. Timothy Higgins



Submit Your
9-11 Memorial:

 * For WTC victims

 * For victims at
    Pentagon & flights

 * Leave generic
    9-11 memorials

 * Read most recent

 * Nominate a hero


Songs and poems:

 * America's Heroes

 * 9-11 songs

 * Poems and pictures

 * 9-11 Poems page 2

 * 9-11 Poems page 3

 * Your Poems 1   2
      3   4   5


 * Donate to 9-11Heroes.us


About kids:

 * TV news & violence

 * Children & war

 * Art helps kids cope


 * Asbestos exposure
    at Ground Zero


Fly Your Own American Flag:


 * 9-11 Resources

 * Link to us



VA Home Loan Rates

Each time someone visits this page, a flower is added to the bottom as a small sign that someone remembers this person and wants to honor and appreciate their memory.

Add your memorial thoughts (bottom of this page)

 

In Tribute to Lt. Timothy Higgins
43 years old.   Residence: Farmingville, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

NOTE:  The visitor remarks and comments below are NOT NECESSARILY the feelings or beliefs of this website's webmaster or sponsors.
 

64 Total Comments
Page:  1 of 4

You are forever in our hearts. You were one of the great ones and in your family and friends hearts always will be. Rest in Peace Timmy! Love always

*** Posted by Mary Johnson on 2012-09-11 ***

I met Tim years ago during a ride a long at R2. On April 20, 2012, I am climbing in honor of Tim at the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation 9-11 Memorial Stair Climb at FDIC in Indianapolis. Rest in Peace...We Will Never Forget!

*** Posted by Walter D. Patterson on 2012-03-03 ***

Tim,

  Remembering you on your birthday. Still in our thoughts and our hearts!
xoxo
Dee, Casey, and Brian

*** Posted by Dee OConnor on 2012-03-02 ***

I did not know Lt. Higgins but after hearing people talk about him on tv he sounded an excellent firefighter and a guy to look up to.

*** Posted by Kyle Bair on 2011-11-28 ***

In the series of finale if RESCUE ME your name was read at the end of the show by the new recruits. It was very moving and just wanted to say you and everyone that lost their lives that day live in out hearts forever.

*** Posted by Barbara on 2011-09-17 ***

We were recently at a 9/11 memorial service here in our hometown in Ohio and all had the opportunity to take a handmade rose that were all constructed together to form the American Flag. Each rose had the name of someone who perished in the 9/11 attacks. Our rose had the name of Lt. Timothy Higgins. Please know that we are praying for the family. As I read these comments, it seems that he was quite a person and a hero that day. God Bless.

*** Posted by Jenny Trissell on 2011-09-13 ***

On 9-11-2011 my wife and I joined about 270 other motorcycle riders who rode in double file to honor our fellow americans who lost their lives that tragic day 10 years ago. Each of us were given a small american flag (with a NYC firefighters name attached) to carry with us as we traveled in formation for the afternoon ride. That nite at home after the ride, we googled the heroes name on our flag--Timothy Higgins. Our hearts go out to all of his his family and friends.
Posted by Les and Sheryl, North Dakota

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2011-09-12 ***

My name is Justin Julian, Rescue Technician on Truck 2 with Aurora Fire Department. I posted on this memorial last year on September 11th. In that post I described the stair climb that I participated in to honor the 343 firefighters that gave their lives on 9/11/01, and most notably I climbed for Lt Higgins. This year I climbed for another one of his brothers ( Lt Harvey L. Harrell) but still wanted to write in memory of Lt higgins as well. I Truely wish that I may someday be able to have even a hint of the bravery that Lt Higgins showed that day. As long as I live I shall NEVER Forget!

*** Posted by Justin Julian on 2011-09-11 ***

I was honored to climb 110 stories today (09/11/11) at the (Nashville,TN) (TN Towers highrise) 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb in memory of Lt. Timothy Higgins (S.O.C. 252). Let us never forget the sacrifice Lt. Higgins and 342 of his collegues paid that day. - Nick Combs (Nolensville Fire, TN)

*** Posted by Nick-Combs on 2011-09-11 ***

Ten years later I am still without words. I will never forget. NEVER.

*** Posted by Daniel Patrick Higgins on 2011-09-11 ***

I did not know you personally, but knew your brother Bob in the Air Force. He spoke of you and your family often and can only imagine the type of giving man that you were. Your brother always yearned to return to New York to do the job that his heart drew him too. God bless you and all that fell that day. I will never forget. May god hold you in his loving arms.

*** Posted by Bob Rose on 2011-09-11 ***

I never met Mr. Higgins but had the pleasure of getting to know his children Chris, Cody, and Catie. They were students at Sagamore Junior High School where I was a former teacher. I can see what a great father he was simply by the way his children carried themselves. I think about your family often, especially on days as this.

*** Posted by John on 2011-09-11 ***

After a decade since 9-11-01 you and your entire family are still in our thoughts and prayers Tim. We will always remember the sacrifice you made. God Bless You and Your Family.

*** Posted by Michael Steiner & Family on 2011-09-11 ***

I am sorry that it took 10 years, but I was going through pictures I have from a friend who helped after this tragedy and have a photo that is written on a window that says missing Lt Tim Higgins SQ 252 I Love You Brother and thought you would like to have it My prayers to his family, Debbie

*** Posted by Debbie Mazzoni on 2011-09-10 ***

I grew up in Freeport and all the Higgins were very loved! I remember Tim for his gorgeous blue eyes and his gentle kind heart!You are a hero in heavan love!

*** Posted by Mary Klasko Williams on 2011-09-10 ***

Timmy, Yesterday I was part of ceremony for a monument constructed to remember all that were lost in the towers. Although we had never met I new who you were since we had mutual friends,George and Mary. Your wife worked with Mary and I met your wife through Mary and George. She would always make fun of my Honda. As a Police Sgt I just wanted to let you know, We have not forgotten and never will.

Retired Sgt. Louis Figueroa
Upton Police Department

*** Posted by Louis Figueroa on 2011-09-10 ***

My name is Tracey and I grew up in Freeport right next to the Higgins clan. I remember the whole family as fun loving and genuine "folk". My thoughts and prayers go out to the family and I thank you for your sacrifice on 9/11 and for each and every time you put your life on the line to save another.

*** Posted by Tracey R Cobb on 2011-05-05 ***

Well let's see my best memories of Tim had to be when he would all of a sudden break out in a song. We used to have get-togethers at my house on the weekends and listen to old 45's. Yes I said 45's. Tim was the best, and as I recall he loved to sing "Mack The Knife", and also "Summer Wind".
He was the best. Always smiling and lighting up a room.
I met Tim at the Firehouse, Hose Company #2.

Words just can't say how much you are missed Tim. I did not know all of your family, I went to school with Bob, but you being you can tell me that you had wonderful parents and a great upbringing.

Well, you are in my heart everyday, and when I look up at the stars at night to talk to my mom, I also say hi to you and Richie.

My thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Terry and David Linton

*** Posted by Terry Linton on 2011-05-03 ***

I will miss you forever, my childhood friend.

*** Posted by Barbara Elar on 2011-05-02 ***

I was just talking at work, and that horrible day was brought up, and it led me to do a search on a great friend and a big brother to Bobby, which meant he was my big brother as well. Timmy played the big brother part beyond reproach. He was a protector, teacher, leader, and prankster. He always had time for Bobby and his friends. Always smiling and making other around him happy. Obviously, he carried all those qualities with him throughout his life. He left us a hero, and for those who didn't know him, he was one way before that fateful day.

Timmy, the world is worse for your loss, but heaven must be rockin' every day since.

Love you "big brother,"
Bobby Mac

*** Posted by Bob McManus on 2011-03-17 ***


64 Total Comments

Page:  1 of 4

Go to Page:   1   2   3   4

 

 

Post your memorial thoughts:

Share your feelings and memories of grief and sadness concerning the 9-11-2001 attack, or of positive memories.  If you knew this person, help us to build a small 'bio' of the person and share with us something about his/her life:

  • what kind of person he/she was, 
  • what nice points you remember about him/her, 
  • what kind of relationship you had with him/her, 
  • what you two perhaps did together, 
  • what he/she meant to you, 
  • or other things about him/her might be especially encouraging for other people.

This web site is intended solely as a means of allowing all of us to express our grief and sympathy in behalf of the people who lost their lives, and also our love and compassion towards those who lost loved ones and friends in the 9/11/01 tragedy. The site is strictly for memorial mentions of those who passed away in the tragedy, not of other people who have passed away.

Our hearts are very touched with concern in behalf of those people, and it is to them that we dedicate this web site. It is not our intent to venture into the realms of WHO should face judgement, to take responsibility for those terrible events, because we have no way of knowing for sure who all might fall into that category. Therefore, any letters or notes written passing judgment upon any person or group will not be published on this site. We do NOT want this site to be a base for expressions of hatred, but only for expressions of LOVE!

9-11Heroes.us is a personal effort, not a business, nor is the site dedicated to any specific person or persons. We will not post negative comments. Moreover, 9-11Heroes.us reserves the right to choose which comments to post and also to edit the comments for spelling, punctuation, grammar, or edit comments that are unkind or offensive in some manner. We are maintaining this site with our own money and time. We try to keep the advertisements to a minimum and we try to make them as unobtrusive as possible. The revenue goes back to maintaining this site.

Thank you for your understanding in these matters.

Your Name:

E-mail: (optional, but needed if you want us to contact you)
(this will not be displayed with the comments)

Comments:

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Lt. Timothy Higgins's page has been visited 9,600 times.

 
 Medium Flower  = 100 visits
 
 Small Flower  = 1 visit







© 2003-2011 www.9-11heroes.us  All rights reserved.
Link to 9-11 Heroes      9-11 resource websites      Contact      About us     Privacy Policy