Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Moira Ann Reddy-Smith

New York City Police Department, New York

End of Watch Tuesday, September 11, 2001

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Reflections for Police Officer Moira Ann Reddy-Smith

I remember seeing P.O. Smith on the news as the attacks were happening. I later learned that she died in the attacks. I saw her shield at the first 9/11 memorial and then again at the permanent memorial. She served as an inspiration for me. I have done two tours overseas and have been a Boston policeman for over ten years now. I pray for her and her family, and I will always remember her sacrifice.

P.O. M. Haslett
Boston P.D.

September 12, 2021

I remember seeing P.O. Smith on the news as the attacks were happening. I later learned that she died in the attacks. I saw her shield at the first 9/11 memorial and then again at the permanent memorial. She served as an inspiration for me. I have done two tours overseas and have been a Boston policeman for over ten years now. I pray for her and her family, and I will always remember her sacrifice.

P.O. M. Haslett
Boston P.D.

September 12, 2021

Officer Reddy-Smith,
On today, the 20th anniversary of your death I would just like to say thank you for your service and sacrifice for the citizens of New York City and our Country as well. And to your Family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.

R.I.P.
USBP

Anonymous
United States Border Patrol

September 11, 2021

I was 10 years old when my father told me of the attacks that occurred while I was at recess, on the morning of 9/11/2001. Though I did not learn of the attacks until well over 7 hours after they happened, all I could think about was the victims and their families as I watched the news coverage. I knew many would be killed and that countless children would never see their parents again.

Nearly 20 years later, I still hold my Dad and siblings a little tighter. I thank you for your service and am in awe of your sacrifice.

Jessica Barbosa

April 26, 2021

I’m ashamed of myself that it took me 19 years to hear your story. Thank you, Officer Smith, for your sacrifice. We will take it from here.

Officer Nick Boisvert
Sunapee, NH

September 11, 2020

Love you and miss you everyday. This world needs heroes like you now more than ever. God bless you and Rest In Peace Moira.

Harry Hampson
Cousin

September 11, 2020

Love you and miss you everyday. This world needs heroes like you now more than ever. Rest In Peace Moira.

Harry the hat
Cousin

September 11, 2020

I cannot say enough or offer enough tears or emotions for the numerous, numerous amazing men and women who gave so selflessly and heroically that day and for still many, the numerous days that followed over the numerous years to come. On this 19th anniversary of one of the deadliest days for American law enforcement I'd like to say to you all thank you, God Bless you and rest in peace always knowing that your service and sacrifice will never, ever be forgotten by your law enforcement brethren.

Detective Cpl/3 Steven Rizzo
Delaware State Police (Retired)

September 11, 2020

I just miss you Moira.

Police Officer Curnyn retired
New York City Police Department

November 18, 2019

Rest In Peace Sister in Blue. Thank you Hero and your family for your sacrifice and service. Never forgotten. Thoughts and prayers for all officers and firefighters and their loved ones that were lost this day 18 years ago.

Officer Mike Robinson (Ret.)
Upland Police Dept. CA

September 11, 2019

Never ever forget...Rip my Sister in Blue.

Raul Rivera
Chicago Police Department (Retired).

July 16, 2019

Not a name I knew, but now not one I’d forget.
Rest easy

Officer A. Duran

July 12, 2019

Your bravery has not only saved thousands of lives but also changed thousands of lives. My family will never be the same because of you. GOD bless you dear HERO!

From California. Mother and sister of
Salinas

April 30, 2019

Rest in peace, Officer Smith. You will be remembered.

Zach Alexander
New York Citizen

September 11, 2018

17 years on from your death and its a day I still remember all the way from Edinburgh Scotland.

Its this sacrifice along with the others that I will never forget.

I now have 15 years service of my own. And this day in history has had a major impact on me personally and why I do what I do.

John
Police Scotland

September 11, 2018

From one tough mama in blue to another - thank you for your service and your sacrifice Moira. May your memory live on forever and ever.

Anne Levinstein
Kenosha Police Department

March 9, 2018

I wear a dog tag with name inscribed on it. I will never forget you or your family in my prayers

Chaplain Kathy Corbett Welch
MdTAP

September 11, 2017

I visit your page often to pay my respects and say a little prayer for your family! Your courage and strength still amazes me! I've done some research on you over the years, not only were you the first officer to call in the attacks of 9/11, 1 of 2 female officer's to be killed that morning, but you also stopped a domestic terrorist attack in New York City in the early 90's as well while on duty. Last year your daughter read a beautiful reflection of you! Although I have never net your family I pray for them often!

Jeremy Rasler
Critical Care Technician & Rescue Diver

September 11, 2017

Danie there was also one other female police officer who served in the rescue attempts of the 911 attacks and died that morning. Her name was Capt. Kathy Mazza of the New York Harbor Police.

Jeremy Rasler
Civiian

September 3, 2017

I am actually a 13 year old male, I am doing a hero project for school and I was searching around and heroes of 911 popped into my head so I searched that up and all that showed up was men. I remembered that it was International Women's Day so I changed heroes of 911 to Female Heroes of 911. I came upon this page and saw that a woman named Moira Smith was the only female officer to give her life on 911. I read this page and saw what she had done and it brought a tear to my eye so I just want to thank her for her service and every other officer out there in America and the world.

Danie Stulce - Civilian

March 10, 2017

Be at peace, daughter of the United States. Thank you for your heroic service to our nation. Many people are alive today because of you.

John Haseltine - Civilian

March 1, 2017

Rest in eternal Peace my sister and God bless you for your sacrifice.

Lt. Ray Flores
N.Y.P.D.(ret)

September 11, 2016

I will be walking with your picture around my neck this Sunday, 9/11/16 in your memory and your honor at the 15 year anniversary remembrance 3rd annual silent 9/11 walk in Charleston S. Carolina. May you never be forgotten. I have read your story and was amazed at the hero you are. I hope you bless me as one of my guardian angels as I continue throughout my own law enforcement career. I am almost to my 17 year mark in my career as a Deputy Sheriff and through the rest of my career, your picture will remain with me at all times. I hope to represent you well. ThinBlueLine

Sgt. Joli Gabrielli Tumbleston
Dorchester County Sheriff's Office

September 9, 2016

Will not be forgotten.

Dmytro Goloborodko

August 19, 2016

Will never forget. Will NEVER forget.

Dawn Wilkie
New Yorker

March 31, 2016

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