9/11 Remembered is a traveling memorial

Sharing the 9/11 Memorial from coast to coast of this great nation.

Our memorial is a large specialized truck called the 9/11 Remembered Traveling Memorial. Our memorial is dedicated to traveling across the country to share the history and artifacts pertaining to the events of September 11, 2001.

9/11 Remembered rendition of our upcoming traveling memorial provided by S1G (Select1Group).

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REWARD: $10,500.00



Monica Iken was one of thousands of people who lost someone they love dearly on September 11, 2001. While the memories will never be forgotten and wounds may never fully heal, she was able to find love again when she married FDNY firefighter Robert Murphy in 2006. However, salt’s been applied to her old wounds, when August 13, 2019 her new ring which was was made with the stones from her previous marriage was stolen off her nightstand while she was staying at a co-workers rented house in Westhampton.

if you or someone you know has in possession of the ring or has information about the location of Monica’s stolen wedding ring…

please: Contact Ray at (347) 742-0431

LEARN MORE ABOUT MONICA IKEN’S MISSING WEDDING RING: “9/11 widow pleads for return of stolen wedding ring” - NEW YORK POST

Video by Guideposts. A wife reflects on the tenth anniversary of losing her husband during 9/11, and the messages she receives from him in the hereafter.

Who is Monica Iken?

“Monica Iken is the founder of September's Mission, a nationally recognized nonprofit organization devoted to building a positive and meaningful legacy out of the events surrounding 9/11. Ms. Iken lost her husband Michael, a bond broker on the 84th floor of Tower Two, in the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.

Ms. Iken channeled her grief into establishing September's Mission soon after September 11, 2001. In January 2002, New York Governor George Pataki appointed Ms. Iken to the family advisory committee of the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation (LMDC). In this capacity, Ms. Iken met regularly with civic, business, political and family leaders to help establish a proper process for honoring the lives that were lost on September 11, 2001. In addition, Ms. Iken has sought out the advice and support of families and groups around the world, including Oklahoma City and Hiroshima, that have undergone a similar memorial process. As a leading voice for the relatives of the victims killed on September 11, 2001, Ms. Iken is a frequent speaker at civic alliance meetings, regional planning gatherings and other symposiums dedicated to the memorial process.

In addition, Ms. Iken has been featured in prominent news media outlets including CNN, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Reuters, The New York Observer, The San Jose Mercury News, The New York Post, The New York Daily News and Newsday.

Ms. Iken was awarded the 2003 Pace Setter Award by the City Council of New York and was nominated for the New York Public Library's 2004 Brooke Russell Astor Award. She is also a member of the chairperson selection committee for the World Trade Center Site Memorial and the draft memorial program committee for the design competition for the WTC Site Memorial.

Ms. Iken was born, raised and currently resides in Manhattan. She graduated with a degree in education from Hunter College in 1995 and was a schoolteacher for several years in the New York Public School system prior to founding September's Mission.” - National 9/11 Memorial & Museum

9/11 Did Not End In 2001…

9/11 Remembered Traveling Memorial

Sharing the 9/11 Memorial with America

9/11 Remembered is a non profit 501c3 corporation.

We operate and travel through sponsorship and donations. Help us make it to the next city so that we may continue our mission to NEVER FORGET.

With your donation or sponsorship 9/11 Remembered can continue to travel across the United States of America…


Help 9/11 Remembered with the…

CHARLIE Daniels Fiddle fundraiser!

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To win a signed Fiddle from Charlie Daniels!

The fiddle was specifically donated as his way to support the 9/11 Remembered - Traveling Memorial. We’re so grateful for Charlie Daniels’ love and support.


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For each $25 entry up to 4 you get a 5th for free.

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Your Support of 9/11 Remembered Is Paramount

We travel across the country to specifically share the History of 9/11 with cities across America that have established their own memorials.

9/11 Remembered visits all of these memorials to not only honor them but to also continue their legacy that we NEVER FORGET the day that changed the world forever.