South Brunswick remembers its residents lost on Sept. 11, 2001

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Kenneth Charles Ledee, 38, of Monmouth Junction, was an email coordinator for Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. in the World Trade Center.
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Toyena C. Skinner, 27, of Kingston, worked for Wachovia Corp. in the World Trade Center.
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Mukul Agarwala, 37, a graduate of South Brunswick High School, was living in New York at the time of the attacks.
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South Brunswick's Sept. 11 Memorial
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Kenneth Charles Ledee, 38, of Monmouth Junction, was an email coordinator for Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. in the World Trade Center.
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Toyena C. Skinner, 27, of Kingston, worked for Wachovia Corp. in the World Trade Center.
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Mukul Agarwala, 37, a graduate of South Brunswick High School, was living in New York at the time of the attacks.
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South Brunswick's Sept. 11 Memorial

SOUTH BRUNSWICK – On Sept. 11, 2001, three South Brunswick residents left the township to work in New York City. They, along with a South Brunswick High School graduate who was living in New York at the time, never returned home because of the terrorist attacks.

The South Brunswick Police Department provided residents with a somber remembrance of the four to mark Sept. 11 this year.

Kenneth Charles Ledee, 38, of Monmouth Junction, was an email coordinator for Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. in the World Trade Center.

Toyena C. Skinner, 27, of Kingston, worked for Wachovia Corp. in the World Trade Center.

Jeffrey Robinson, 38, of Monmouth Junction, was a systems analyst for Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. in the World Trade Center.

Mukul Agarwala, 37, a graduate of South Brunswick High School, was living in New York at the time of the attacks.