New Jersey State Trooper Dies from Disease Contracted During 9-11 Rescue Efforts
It is with extreme sadness that Colonel Patrick Callahan announces today the tragic loss of a retired New Jersey State Trooper who died as a result of an illness contracted while serving in the line of duty in response to the World Trade Center terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.
On Monday, November 26, retired Trooper I Robert Nagle #5493 passed away at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital in New Brunswick, N.J. Trooper Nagle had kidney cancer, which metastasized to his lungs. He was participating in the World Trade Center Health Program, which provides medical monitoring and treatment for responders at the World Trade Center, Pentagon, Shanksville, P.A., and survivors who were in the New York City disaster area. Doctors determined that Trooper Nagle’s cancer was related to his response to New York City.
Trooper Nagle was a member of the New Jersey Marine Police and a graduating member of the 116A New Jersey State Police Class, serving New Jersey citizens for 34 years before retiring in November of 2006. His last assignment with the State Police was with the Commercial Carrier Safety Inspections Central Unit. Trooper Nagle also served his country for six years in the Air National Guard.
Trooper Nagle is survived by his wife Regina, sons, Robert Nagle and his wife Gina and Gregory Nagle and his fiancé Michele, grandchildren, Joseph, Rosie and Robert III, brother John Nagle and his wife Diane, brother-in-law Peter Rullo and his wife Cindy, sister-in-law Victoria Rios and beloved dogs, Honey and Millie.
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