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(Christina Pizarro - Daily Press)

(Christina Pizarro – Daily Press)

(Christina Pizarro - Daily Press)

(Christina Pizarro – Daily Press)

At right from left, Michael McIntire, Teri Gilbert and David Houston of Terpening & Son Mortuary man the grill Friday at the Artesia Public Safety Complex. Terpening & Son showed their appreciation to local law enforcement, firemen and EMS crews and personnel, seen relaxing above, on the anniversary of 9/11 with a cookout lunch.