Remembering our fallen


Mike O’Donnell of Covington keeps a vigil outside the Piqua Masonic Temple on Wednesday, the 18th anniversary of the terrorists attacks against the U.S. in 2001. O’Donnell, a 42 year Mason and 36 year retired Covington firefighter began his vigil at 7 a.m. and intends to remain until 7 p.m.

Mike O’Donnell of Covington keeps a vigil outside the Piqua Masonic Temple on Wednesday, the 18th anniversary of the terrorists attacks against the U.S. in 2001. O’Donnell, a 42 year Mason and 36 year retired Covington firefighter began his vigil at 7 a.m. and intends to remain until 7 p.m.


Mike Ullery | Miami Valley Today

Mike O'Donnell of Covington keeps a vigil outside the Piqua Masonic Temple on Wednesday, the 18th anniversary of the terrorists attacks against the U.S. in 2001. O'Donnell, a 42 year Mason and 36 year retired Covington firefighter began his vigial at 7 a.m. and intends to remain until 7 p.m.


Mike Ullery | Miami Valley Today

Mike O’Donnell of Covington keeps a vigil outside the Piqua Masonic Temple on Wednesday, the 18th anniversary of the terrorists attacks against the U.S. in 2001. O’Donnell, a 42 year Mason and 36 year retired Covington firefighter began his vigil at 7 a.m. and intends to remain until 7 p.m.

Mike O’Donnell of Covington keeps a vigil outside the Piqua Masonic Temple on Wednesday, the 18th anniversary of the terrorists attacks against the U.S. in 2001. O’Donnell, a 42 year Mason and 36 year retired Covington firefighter began his vigil at 7 a.m. and intends to remain until 7 p.m.
https://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2019/09/web1_091119mju_9.11_vigil1.jpgMike O’Donnell of Covington keeps a vigil outside the Piqua Masonic Temple on Wednesday, the 18th anniversary of the terrorists attacks against the U.S. in 2001. O’Donnell, a 42 year Mason and 36 year retired Covington firefighter began his vigil at 7 a.m. and intends to remain until 7 p.m. Mike Ullery | Miami Valley Today

Mike O’Donnell of Covington keeps a vigil outside the Piqua Masonic Temple on Wednesday, the 18th anniversary of the terrorists attacks against the U.S. in 2001. O’Donnell, a 42 year Mason and 36 year retired Covington firefighter began his vigial at 7 a.m. and intends to remain until 7 p.m.
https://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2019/09/web1_091119_9.11_vigil2.jpgMike O’Donnell of Covington keeps a vigil outside the Piqua Masonic Temple on Wednesday, the 18th anniversary of the terrorists attacks against the U.S. in 2001. O’Donnell, a 42 year Mason and 36 year retired Covington firefighter began his vigial at 7 a.m. and intends to remain until 7 p.m.Mike Ullery | Miami Valley Today