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In Tribute to Timothy Haskell
34 years old.   Residence: Seaford, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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It's been almost nine years, and there still isn't a day that goes by where I don't think about you, Tommy, and your families. I am honored to have known you both.

*** Posted by John Mandato on 2010-08-30 ***

Just thinking about you today. I miss you and wish you could have met my twin daughters. You were such a great person, and I will always love you. One day we will meet in heaven.

*** Posted by Theresa on 2010-08-04 ***

HEY, pal,

I just was thinking of you and your family. Actually, there isn't a day that goes by that I don't think about you and the rest of the brothers from the FDNY/NYPD.

Paul R

*** Posted by PAUL ROGERS on 2010-07-21 ***

Wish I could have fully met you. From what my dad tells me, you were an extraordinary person. I hope to meet you in heaven, and may god bless you.

Your little nephew,

*** Posted by Nick Haskell on 2010-05-24 ***

Listening to my music that reminds me of you. Always in my heart.


*** Posted by Buddy on 2010-04-25 ***

After 911 a special-needs woman that was receiving services in the building where I work was giving away homemade memorials in the parking lot. As I was walking into work, she gave me one with Timothy Haskell. This little memorial (with picture and American Flag) has been sitting in my curio cabinet for the last 8 years. Every day I look at it and say a prayer for this guy I never met or knew. God bless him and his family, and I wish them much peace. There is someone in Minnesota who thinks of him every day....

*** Posted by Amy Ruegemer on 2010-04-01 ***

I am a Captain with the West Sacramento Fire Department, in West Sacramento, California. On 9/11/09, the Sacramento Area Firefighters participated in a 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb in downtown Sacramento. The event was a memorial for the 343 FDNY Firefighters who lost their lives on 9/11. Each of us wore on our jackets the name of an FDNY Firefighter that was lost on 9/11. Upon reaching the top of the climb (110 stories, equivalent to the height of the Trade Center), we placed the name of our Fallen Firefighter on a replica of the Twin Towers. I had the distinct honor of representing Timothy Haskell and carrying his name to the top of the stair climb. It is with sincere pride, enormous gratitude, and deep respect that I want to honor Timothy Haskell. Thank you, Brother, for your ultimate sacrifice, and may we never forget!

*** Posted by Josh Hurley on 2009-09-24 ***

You will live in my heart forever.

Love always,
Your buddy

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2009-09-15 ***

God bless you! You're in my thoughts and prayers always!

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2009-09-14 ***


Remembering my good friend today and always. Thanks for being a great friend. Hope to see you one day in heaven.

*** Posted by M on 2009-09-11 ***

To the family and friends of Timothy Haskell, FDNY:

I never knew Tim personally, but I proudly wear a remembrance bracelet that bears his name. He was a hero to us all, and he will not be forgotten.

Love and Prayers,

*** Posted by Carol on 2009-09-11 ***

I read the government wants to change the emphasis of 9/11 from a Day of Remembrance to a Day of National Service. I oppose this change. I am keeping the memory of both the firefighters who share my family name, Tim and Tom Haskell as my personal "remembrance" for their selfless sacrifice in service to others.

*** Posted by Richard Haskell on 2009-09-11 ***


I only knew you a short time, but it was a pleasure knowing you! You were a kind and gentle soul with a brave heart. God bless you and your family! Thanks for the fun times on your boat and the FDNY parties! You will always be remembered! God bless your family!


*** Posted by gmw on 2009-08-31 ***

Thank you, Tim. We really appreciate it! You are a hero up in heaven.

*** Posted by Chris on 2009-04-27 ***

Hello. I'm from Townsend Harris High School, and we're doing a project about the 343 firefighters who were lost during the 9-11 tragedy. It turned out that one of the heroic firefighters that I received was Mr. Timothy Haskell. Although I do not know him, all I know is that he was a hero and helped the city of New York for the greater good. Regards to his family.


*** Posted by Katrina on 2009-04-15 ***

Missing you always....


*** Posted by Buddy on 2008-12-27 ***

I just wanted to let you know that I always think about you. I am so glad that you were in my life. You were such a great friend; you helped me get through a lot. I miss you so much.

*** Posted by Theresa on 2008-09-14 ***

Hello. I am a Firefighter/Paramedic for the Union Colony Fire/Rescue Authority in Greeley, CO. On Sept. 11, 2008 I joined a group of 343 Firefighters to climb in the Denver Metro Firefighters 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb. We honor the memory of the FDNY Firefighters lost on Sept. 11, 2001 by climbing 110 flights in the Quest building in downtown Denver. The Quest building is 55 stories tall, so the climb in done twice. The first 55 flights are done in full bunker gear and carrying a tool without being on air, and the second 55 flights are done on air.

Each firefighter was given a picture of a FDNY Firefighter to be worn around our neck as we climbed the stairs. We were challenged by a Denver Lieutenant to try to contact the family of the Firefighter whose picture we wore during the climb. This is my first effort to reach out to Tim's family to let them know what is being done to remember the ultimate sacrifice which was given by the 343 Firefighters who answered the call on Sept. 11, 2001. God bless you all.

*** Posted by Randy Sparkman on 2008-09-14 ***

A picture of Timothy Haskell can be found at


*** Posted by Terence Ward on 2008-09-12 ***

I didn't know Tim well, but he was my Den Chief when I was in Cub Scouts with his brother Ken.
Tim was doing a job that few people have the nerve to do... seven years later and I still don't know what to say.

*** Posted by Terence on 2008-09-11 ***

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