#FireHeroTuesday kicked off the holiday season of givingtogether we can make sure our Fire Hero Families know that we remember.
National Fallen Firefighters Foundation

Roll of Honor

Age: 28
Year of Death: 2001

Robert Cordice

My son Robert was proud to be a New York City Firefighter. He was my only child and my best friend.

My prayers are always with those that were lost on 9/11 and I know they will never be forgotten.

Memorial Posts


Memorial Wall

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  1. Today I climbed the height of the World Trade Center and rang the bell at the 78th floor in honor of Robert Cordice at Lambeau field in Green Bay, WI. Robert and the other fallen firefighters who lost their lives through the events ofSeptember 11th will never be forgotten.

    – Amanda Gebert
  2. Yesterday I climbed the 2200 steps of the 911 stair climb for Robert at Lucas oil stadium in Indianapolis .This was my second 911 stair climb.

    – Toby Harris EMT/FF
  3. Today I walked/ran in honor of Robert J. Cordice in Kronenwetter, WI.

    Never forgotten.

    – Jacquie Rauth
  4. I walked the 911 memorial stair climb at the 5th/3rd ball park in honor of Firefighter Robert J. Cordice and paramedic Mario Santoro. May you never be forgotten. God bless your family.

    – Shawn Holtrop
  5. Today I completed the 911 Tower Challenge in Phoenix, AZ in honor of Robert Cordice.

    – Tracy Schelle
  6. Thinking of you on this terrible day old bud.
    You are not forgotten. RIP and keep watch over us.

    – Shaun Lally
  7. I have his memorial bracelet. I know he rests in peace and hugs and prayers to you and his family and friends.

    – Cindi Berry
  8. I had the honor of carrying Robert J. Cordice’s name with me yesterday during our local 9-1-1 Stair Climb. Thankful to those who are willing to go in where others are running from to help. Never forgotten.

    – Marilyn Mann
  9. This morning I climbed 110 floors in honor of Robert Cordice and all the other fallen brothers and sisters in Bangor, PA. We will continue to carry on this legacy.

    9/11 Never Forgotten. We got the watch from here.

    – Zach Saltern Marine/FF
  10. This morning I ran a Tunnels to Towers Foundation 5K race in Bluffton, SC, and wore the picture of NYFD Fireman Robert Cordice’s picture on my chest. Robert and the other fallen heroes are in my prayers. May we never forget the sacrifices made on 9/11.

    – David Robertson
  11. Rest in peace. Never forget heros. Today i am visiting 9/11 memorial in NYC

    – Romain
  12. Completed the 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb for Robert in Columbus, Ohio. It was my first stair climb and it was an honor to do it in Roberts memory. Rest in peace!

    – Olivia Lauer
  13. Today I climbed 110 floors in honor of Robert Joseph Cordice at the Fritz-Walther-Stadium in Kaiserslautern, Germany.
    Never forgotten.

    – Claudia Banua
  14. Today, 9/11/2023 there was a 21 mile “March to the Arch” as a memorial to the lost lives on 9/11/2001. The organizers printed badges with name of fire fighters who ran into danger to save lives and lost their life.I randomly selected Robert J Condice to honor his memory. My heart breaks for the family and friends of Robert Candice. He is not forgotten. ❤️❤️❤️

    – Linda Cantrell (St.Louis, MO)
  15. I walked in honor of you today. Prayers to your family. May we never forget the sacrifices of those from 9/11.

    – Ruby Kozma