Roll of Honor

Thomas Patrick Cullen III

Thomas Patrick Cullen III

  • Firefighter
  • Fire Department City of New York
  • New York
  • Age: 31
  • Year of Death: 2001

Thomas Patrick Cullen III‚ 31‚ firefighter‚ FDNY‚ Squad 41. A Staten Island resident‚ he enjoyed scuba diving and playing football. Married to his wife for five years‚ Cullen also loved to play with model trains with his young son. He had already decided to go to law school if he didn’t get into the FDNY.

Memorial Wall

  1. I climbed the Colorado 9/11 Red Rocks Stair Climb in honor and remembrance of Thomas Patrick Cullen III. In your honor, we will never forget! God bless you and your family

    – Kristi
  2. I’m a firefighter in Oceanside, CA. I climbed to remember Thomas Patrick Cullen III last year at the 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb in San Diego. I will climb for him again this year. I will never forget the sacrifice you and your family have made for this country. God Bless.

    – Eric Nicol
  3. Today I had the opportunity to do a stair climb in honor of this hero. I carried a tag with me of him as I climbed the 110 stories. I’m a fire fighter in Dekalb County, Georgia.

    Memory Stair Climb 9/10/2016

    May God Bless the Heros

    – Kevin Fleming
  4. I am a firefighter for Bastrop County ESD #2 today I climb the tower of the Americas in San Antonio in honor of Thomas Cullen III. RIP brother

    – Erick Johns
  5. I was honored to participate in the 9/11 Red Rocks Stair Climb on 9/11/16. It was a privilege to do so in honor of Thomas. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

    – Mike MacDonnell
  6. Yesterday I participated in the Memorial Stair Climb at FDIC in Indianapolis, and I was honored to climb in memory of Thomas. We will never forget the sacrifice made by Thomas and his family. God bless

    – Dave Heckert
  7. Dear Thomas,

    I know and love your Papa. He raised a good man, a fine and honorable man who was taken before we were ready.

    God’s richest blessings on your memory, your family, and this great country.

    – Kathy Leicester
  8. This was my first year doing this event and the first time I heard about it. It was a challenge for sure but, unfortunately I didn’t make it all the way. It was an honor to carry him with me. Even after the event I wore his badge most of the day. I did the event @ Lambeau Field on Sat. Sept. 16th. Next year I plan on doing it again with a better success rate. I want to carry him with me to the top. That is my goal. I really thought about him and his family as an individual basis. I’ll always carry him in my heart and have his family in my prayers and thoughts for the remander of my life. I will make it to the top and he’ll be with me!!

    – Dale A Buettner Jr
  9. It was on my heart to connect with a NYC FF to demonstrate we will never forget. I will volunteer for the Charlotte NC 9/11 2018 stair climb for in honor of Thomas.

    – Elisa Cullen
  10. I participated in the Madison Square Garden 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb in honor and remembrance of Thomas Patrick Cullen III on 4/7/2018. In your honor, we will never forget! God bless!

    – Dana Huntley
  11. I had the honor of climbing in the FDIC 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb this year in honor of Thomas Patrick Cullen III. I will always carry the card with his picture with me as a firefighter/EMT/RN that I carried throughout the climb. Thank you to Thomas’s family. I would love to get into contact with them.

    – Amy Landon
  12. I was a member of a National Organization called Exchange Club in Greele Colorado. In 2004 we provided a Field of Flags, one for every person lost on 9/11/2001. The flags were flown on a field at our local college for several days. I purchased a flag with Thomas Cullen’s name attached. I taught in a maximum security Juvenile center for 13 years and displayed the flag in my classroom. I made sure every student knew the sacrifice of Fireman Thomas Cullen. I have always wondered if his family would want this flag now that I am retired. God Bless Thomas Cullen.

    – Jill Andre
  13. I ran the NFFF 5k in tribute and remembrance to Firefighter Cullen during the 2017 Volunteer and Combination Officer Symposium in the Sun, in Clearwater. I keep the identification tag on the shelf in my office and look at it regularly to never forget the sacrifice made that day.

    – Al Yancey, Jr.
  14. I climbed in your honor, Thomas, at the 9/11 memorial climb at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, WI on Sept 22, 2018. We will never forget your sacrifice. Thank you for serving in Squad 41 and for your bravery on 9/11. May God be with you and wrap your family in healing love.

    – Kristy Hutchinson
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