2003-03-29 / Community

Name Street For Firefighter Belson

Name Street For Firefighter Belson


City Councilman Joe Addabbo reads about Belson in “Braving The Waves,” by Kevin Boyle. Belson died On September 11th at the World Trade Center.City Councilman Joe Addabbo reads about Belson in “Braving The Waves,” by Kevin Boyle. Belson died On September 11th at the World Trade Center.
Belson’s brother, Bruce, thanks the crowd.Belson’s brother, Bruce, thanks the crowd.Beach 92 Street and Holland Avenue, where he lived for many years, has been named for Steve Belson.Beach 92 Street and Holland Avenue, where he lived for many years, has been named for Steve Belson.

Belson’s friend, Fire Lieutenant Kevin Callaghan.Belson’s friend, Fire Lieutenant Kevin Callaghan.Belson’s mother, Madelyn, with Councilam Addabbo and Assemblywoman Audrey Pheffer.Belson’s mother, Madelyn, with Councilam Addabbo and Assemblywoman Audrey Pheffer.

Three of Belson’s former bosses spoke about him.Three of Belson’s former bosses spoke about him.Madelyn Belson and Addabbo unviel the sign.Madelyn Belson and Addabbo unviel the sign.

Addabbo, 100 Precinct Commander Charles Talamo and Pheffer took part in the ceremony.Addabbo, 100 Precinct Commander Charles Talamo and Pheffer took part in the ceremony.The American Legon color guard leads off.The American Legon color guard leads off.

Talamo speaks with with precinct community affairs officer Pete Rahaniotis.Talamo speaks with with precinct community affairs officer Pete Rahaniotis.A large crowd showed up for the street naming in honor of Firefighter Steve Belson.A large crowd showed up for the street naming in honor of Firefighter Steve Belson.

A large contingent of firefighters joined the ceremony.A large contingent of firefighters joined the ceremony.

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