Father: Slain son belongs on 9/11 memorial

A Greenwich father says he's struggling to get his son's name on the official town Sept. 11, 2001 memorial.Ralph Sabbag says his son's name belongs

GREENWICH - A Greenwich father says he's struggling to get his son's name on the official town Sept. 11, 2001 memorial.

Ralph Sabbag says his son's name belongs on a memorial the town plans to dedicate in September to those killed on 9/11. Jason Sabbag, who worked for financial services firm Cantor Fitzgerald, was killed in the attacks on the World Trade Center.

But confusion between the first selectman's office, the town's Chamber of Commerce and the nonprofit group Return the Light has seemingly muddled the situation.

However, the town and Chamber of Commerce say they will work with everyone involved in the project to make sure Jason Sabaag's name is included in the memorial.

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