Roll of Honor

Karl H. Joseph

Karl H. Joseph

  • Firefighter
  • Fire Department City of New York
  • New York
  • Age: 25
  • Year of Death: 2001

Karl H. Joseph‚ 25‚ firefighter‚ FDNY‚ Engine 207. A probationary firefighter‚ Joseph was described by fellow firefighters as ‘having the right stuff.’ He is survived by his parents.

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Memorial Wall

  1. You were the fallen firefighter I walked in memory of today. You are not forgotten

    – Kim H.
  2. You where the fire fighter that i climbed for today. Im glad i climbed for today love you brother

    – Lauren Busher
  3. I rang the bell in honor of you Karl!! at Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI!!

    – Jenny B
  4. Walking in your honor today for the 9/11 silent walk (we had to reschedule due to Irma). -FF Ebony Jenkins
    North Charleston Fire Dept

    – Ebony Jenkins
  5. You were so young when you passed and it seems not fair that just 2 weeks had passed before you joined the fire department. But as I’ve learned. through the years, God makes no mistakes . But what a destiny ! You died a hero

    – ANGELA V. Frink
  6. I completed the 911 tower challenge in your honor Karl Joseph!

    – David Danielson
  7. Kalamazoo Mi 2018 9/11 stair climb. I walked in your memory. RIP. Never forgotten

    – Jessica
  8. I climbed the stairs today in Baltimore in your honor.

    – Natalie Burrowes
  9. I climbed “110 stories” today in Belmont Park, NY in your memory. Never forget.
    John 15:13 King James Version (KJV) 13
    Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

    – Bill Pollard
  10. Today I climb in your memory, Clayton,Mo 2019. Gone but never forget

    – Ellen M Lamar
  11. I am honored to have climbed the stairs in Richmond today, wearing your photo pinned close to my heart.

    – Wanda Blackwell
  12. Karl you were a brave young firefighter and you died a hero.

    – Rachel Ford
  13. I bought this bracelet September , 2001.
    I wear it in your honor Karl.
    I will meet you one fine day.
    My heart is always with your family.
    God Bless them all🙏

    – Linda Weldon
  14. My Dad and I climbed the steps today in State College, PA. I wore your badge in your honor. I’m only 14, so I had to learn about 9/11 and cannot imagine what you and your family have gone through. God Bless!

    – David Chong
  15. Ran in your honor today. Thank you

    – Heather Caldwell
  16. I watched a documentary today on 9/11/2020, as I have done every year since 9/11/01. You were mentioned and it took my breath away, as my little 2 year old son, Karl, was sitting next to me. He is named after my father, Karl Henry. Thank you for your sacrifice. The next time Karl and I are in NY, we will come to the memorial to honor you.

    – Krista K.
  17. I walked today in your memory. You will never be forgotten.

    – leann way
  18. I climbed in your honor today, Karl Joseph, never forgotten. I will keep your family in my prayers. Their loved one died a hero.

    – Aurella Clinkscale
  19. 20 years. I’ll never forget. I climbed 110 stories at the Denver Stair Climb in your honor. I’m sorry you were taken too soon.

    – Ingrid
  20. I climbed today carrying you par tag. Rest easy brother you are not forgotten.

    – justin davis
  21. I climbed in the T2T Charlotte climb in your honor yesterday. Carried you up and out. Your sacrifice and your name lives on in my heart. Thank you for your courage, your service and your life. Your memory lives. Sending love to your Mom and Dad for creating you.

    – Mia Lovens