Bermuda Remembers Lives Lost On This Day In History September 11 2001.

Today, the Cabinet Office paused to remember all who lost their lives on September 11th, in the Twin Towers in New York City and at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.

And a Cabinet Office spokesperson encouraged the community to remember in particular the Bermudians and Bermuda residents – Rhondelle Tankard, Boyd Gatton and Robert Higley – who tragically died on that day.

The spokesperson said, “Twenty-one years ago 3,000 lives were lost on that fateful day. We pause to remember those Bermudians who died on that day. We encourage all of Bermuda to please keep the family and friends of Rhondelle, Boyd and Robert in their thoughts. They will never be forgotten.”

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