Roll of Honor

Christian Michael Otto Regenhard

Christian Michael Otto Regenhard

  • Firefighter
  • Fire Department City of New York
  • New York
  • Age: 28
  • Year of Death: 2001

Firefighter Christian M.O. Regenhard was a probationary firefighter and had graduated from the Fire Academy just six weeks before September 11. He was also a Marine Corps veteran‚ a mountain climber‚ an artist and writer‚ a world traveler‚ a loving friend to many‚ and a brother and a son deeply loved by his sister and parents. He loved to travel to South America and this enabled him to help other probies in his class with a Spanish session during their final days of training. His firehouse nickname was ‘Braveheart.’

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Memorial Wall

  1. I ran 78 flights of stairs in remembrance of you- Never Forget

    – Carter
  2. I ran flights of stairs in remembrance for all that you did-Never Forget

    – Mitchell
  3. I climbed stairs for you today so you will never be forgotten thank your for everything you did for use

    – Ian williams
  4. I climbed stairs in your remembrance today at Bay View Middle School – 2016

    – Allysa
  5. I climbed in remembrance of you today at Bay View Middle. – Never Forget

    – Emma
  6. I carried your photo and walked at a remembrance memorial for you today. My husband and father are both firefighters. I will remember you

    – Jaime richardson
  7. I climbed 110 stories in honor of Christian Regenhard, Lad.131

    – Michael Rutkowski
  8. I honor you my brother by never forgetting and always sharing your story.
    “Semper Fi”

    – Michel Bergren U.S.M.C.
  9. I carried your photo and hiked to the top of Snow King Mountain in Jackson, Wyoming – the equivalent of 110 flights of stairs. You will not be forgotten. 9/11/2018

    – Trisa DiPaola
  10. I climbed in your honor today and carried you with my in Phoenix. 9/8/3019 ❤️

    – Jen Goetzke
  11. I carried your photo today during Shoshone Fire district 1’s memorial stair climb.
    It was a great honor.

    – Tyler Rotchford
  12. on Sept 12th. 2020 in Oklahoma City I will climb 110 flights of stairs for you. Full gear and pack. Gone but never forgotten. We’ll take the watch from here brother

    – Glen Wallis
  13. Tomorrow I will be climbing 1980 stairs in your honor. Thank you for your service.

    – Elizabeth
  14. Hey Christian. Your name and picture are clipped on my locker at my firehouse. I climbed to remember you for the last 3 years. My biggest regret from this year was not being able to say your name at the end of my climb. I just want you to know, as long as I breathe, your name will not be forgotten.

    – Stephen