9/11 observances in Durango honor first responders, veterans

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9/11 observances in Durango honor first responders, veterans

Anniversary brings memories, tears
Roger Landgren, standing in back with flowers, was among first responders honored Sunday morning during a Christ the King Lutheran Church Worship in the Park service held at Rotary Park. Landgren was a police officer for 31 years in Minnesota. He retired to Durango about 25 years ago. Next to him is his wife, Cora.
Eric Johnson, who was a firefighter in Arkansas before moving to Durango several months ago, left his cap by a tree during communion Sunday at Christ the King Lutheran Church Worship in the Park. First responders were honored during the service at Rotary Park.
A participant looks on as a service gets underway Sunday in Rotary Park. First responders were honored at the The Christ the King Lutheran Church Worship in the Park, which fell on the 15th anniversary of 9/11.

9/11 observances in Durango honor first responders, veterans

Roger Landgren, standing in back with flowers, was among first responders honored Sunday morning during a Christ the King Lutheran Church Worship in the Park service held at Rotary Park. Landgren was a police officer for 31 years in Minnesota. He retired to Durango about 25 years ago. Next to him is his wife, Cora.
Eric Johnson, who was a firefighter in Arkansas before moving to Durango several months ago, left his cap by a tree during communion Sunday at Christ the King Lutheran Church Worship in the Park. First responders were honored during the service at Rotary Park.
A participant looks on as a service gets underway Sunday in Rotary Park. First responders were honored at the The Christ the King Lutheran Church Worship in the Park, which fell on the 15th anniversary of 9/11.
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