HONORED FDNY RESCUE MEMBER JOINS REMEMBRANCE RESCUE PROJECT 9/11 CHARITY

HONORED FDNY RESCUE MEMBER JOINS REMEMBRANCE RESCUE PROJECT 9/11 CHARITY
The Remembrance Rescue Project recently announced the addition of its newest Project Board Member, Lt. Paul Geidel(FDNY Rescue 1-ret). Lt. Geidel first met with Project members earlier in the year during a stop in Arizona for the Coast To Coast Remembrance Tour with Former FDNY Rescue 5 from 9/11. Lt. Geidel and his wife, Barbara, made the trip to Southern California to join the Remembrance Rescue Project as the keynote speaker for multiple City of Los Angeles 9/11 ceremonies last week.

Paul Geidel, Age 81, is a USAF Korean War combat veteran flying 43 combat missions over North Korea as a gunner on a Douglas B-26 Invader. Following his military service, Paul joined FDNY in 1957. Paul worked throughout FDNY and spent his last 11 years with Manhattan’s Rescue Co. 1. FDNY became a Geidel family tradition with all three of Paul’s sons serving as FDNY firefighters. Paul’s son, Gary, was assigned to Rescue 5 for 5 years before transferring to his Father’s former Rescue Co. 1. Gary Geidel was killed on 9/11 on Rescue Co. 1. Paul’s youngest son, Michael, is currently a senior member of FDNY Rescue Co. 1. Paul worked at Ground Zero for 8 1/2 months with his two sons, Michael and Ralph, searching for their son/brother, Gary, who was never found.
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