Upload Photo
Timothy Alan Roy, 36, of Massapequa Park, was
Caption / Share

Timothy Alan Roy, 36, of Massapequa Park, was a sergeant in the NYPD's Surface Transit Enforcement Division. Though he usually worked in Queens, he was at Brooklyn traffic court the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. When he learned about the attacks he called his wife and said he was heading to the World Trade Center, where he was last seen helping burn victims. His remains were found months later. This is one in a series of profiles of LI families who lost loved ones on 9/11, and how they're coping 10 years later. Go to www.newsday.com/911anniversary for the full profile, or to send in memories, photos or video. You can also use the iReport tool in the newsday.com iPhone application (click on iReporter in the top navigation).(Credit: Handout)

1 of 150

Share this photo

Remembering LI victims of 9/11

Newsday's ongoing, interactive series profiling Long Island victims and their families 10 years after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.


Newsday.com now uses Facebook for our comment boards. Please read our guidelines and connect your Facebook account to comment.