The Wrecks of the Edmund Fitzgerald, Francisco Morazan & Michigan

UPDATE November 9, 2007: Well, that cool YouTube video I linked to below has been pulled. The good news is that I found an even cooler video of the Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald! (seriously, go watch this)

The Francisco Morazon

There’s a feature on Absolute Michigan today called The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald & more Michigan Shipwrecks that includes probably the coolest YouTube video I’ve seen. This Friday is the anniversary of the November 10, 1975 sinking of the Fitz. I can still remember the wind of that day tearing the roof off our barn.

There are also links to other shipwreck tales including the far more destructive Armistice Day Storm of November 11, 1940.

The Francisco Morazan (pictured right), is a freighter that ran aground during a December 1960 snowstorm. The wreck is a few hundred yards offshore from the south end of South Manitou Island and as it lies in just 15′ of water, it is the most accessible wreck in the Manitou Passage Underwater Preserve. It’s a testament to just how hazardous the Manitou Passage was as a shipping lane that just a few hundred yards to the south of the Morazan is the wreck of the Walter L Frost, a wooden steamer that ran aground in 1905. The Frost is broken up because the Morazan literally ran over the wreck during the disaster of 1960. (Sleeping Bear Dunes NL scuba diving page). If you have Google Earth, you can go to this page and scroll down to fly to the wreck of the Morazan!

Photo credit: The Wreck of the Francisco Morazon off South Manitou Island by Paul Masck

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  1. Edmund Fitzgerald
    Edmund Fitzgerald says:

    June 7th 2008
    Gibraltar Historical Museum
    Lake Erie Metropark
    11 am to 4pm
    Free History Event

    The Lake Erie Metropark will be hosting a Downriver Historical Event and Celebration featuring the 50th Anniversary of the SS Edmund Fitzgerald. This will also include workshops on shipbuilders, ships built in Gibraltar and downriver in the last 200 years. There will be a Salute to Excellence Award, Meet the Designers and Ship Builders Launch Commemoration and lots of Art and Artists. This historical event will be hosted at the Marshlands Museum and Nature Center and the Gibraltar Historical Museum will also be a part of this celebration day with Special Hours of 11am to 4pm Saturday.

    Please contact Roscoe Clark at (810)955-4305, Debbie Davenport at (734)692-8901 or check website http://www.ssEdmundFitzgerald.com for more information.

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  2. Roscoe Clark
    Roscoe Clark says:

    Launching Whistle 12:38 PM LIVE
    I also have the launching whistle I blew to clear my crew from under the ship prior to launching. I will bring it with me for the meeting and will blow it at 12:38 – believe that was the time the fitz was launched.
    See it LIVE click here – June 7, 2008

    By work worker that was there that day 50 years ago.

    Ernie Brewer.
    The first to receive the 2008 Official Certificate Of Excellence award. He was a welder from Great Lakes Engineering Works.
    Only at the 50 Year Anniversary. June 7, 2008

    Get yours too at the 50 Year Anniversary.

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  3. Roscoe Clark
    Roscoe Clark says:

    “Celebrating the launch of the S. S. Edmund Fitzgerald”

    It was a beautiful Saturday afternoon on June 7th, 1958, as more than 10,000 people lined the banks of the Detroit River. They had come to witness the launching of Hull 301 at the Great Lakes Engineering Works of River Rouge, Michigan.
    Mrs. Edmund Fitzgerald, wife of the president of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company for which the ship was named, christened the brand new ship and at 12:34 p.m. the 729 ft. “Edmund Fitzgerald” slid gracefully into the basin amid cheers, salutes, and well wishers.
    For many of those in attendance, it was a spectacle that they would never forget.
    The shipyard workers who constructed “Big Fitz” felt a deep sense of satisfaction as they anxiously watched the launch of this marvelous vessel. Being a prideful lot, they often endured long hours and harsh conditions. This was their “crowning achievement” and the beauty of their craftsmanship was truly evident to all those present.
    This year marks the 50th anniversary of that memorable event. It is an opportunity to reflect on and celebrate a joyous time in our lives. It is also a chance to recall the great pride and cherished memories experienced by the ship workers, the community, and all who had the opportunity to witness the launching of the Edmund Fitzgerald.
    On this historic occasion, let us joyously share our personal stories, renew old friendships, and fondly remember the day when the “Queen Of The Lakes” was born.

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  4. Patrick B. Pointer
    Patrick B. Pointer says:

    LOCAL ARTIST AND PASTOR TO UNVEIL GREAT LAKES MARITIME ART

    Northern Michigan artist and Pastor of Manistee Assembly of God, Patrick B. Pointer, will be unveiling his most recent Great Lakes Maritime Art Carvings as the Official Carvings of the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Launching of the Edmund Fitzgerald being held at the Lake Erie Metro Park in Gibraltar, Michigan on Saturday, June 7, from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.

    “The first piece is entitled “Fare Thee Well,” to honor those who had anything to do with the ship, from the building to her final hours and to us today who remember those who have come before us,” said Pointer. You will see the “Fitz” passing the Great Lakes Engineering Works, where she was built and launched as Hull #301. The record breaking “Mighty Fitz” was the largest ship on the Great Lakes when she was launched and one of the most well known ships of the past fifty years. The second piece is entitled “Farewell,” an original carving of the Edmund Fitzgerald on that tragic night in November of 1975.

    “I am honored to have my artwork as the Official Carvings of the 50th Anniversary of the Launching of the Edmund Fitzgerald.” This event has been brought together to honor those who designed, engineered, and built the ship and launched it in 1958. There will be many of these men and their families on hand as well as family members of those who served on the “Fitz.”

    “This type of artwork is different from most,” Pointer explained. “It is like painting with wood… just as an oil or acrylic painter would paint in their medium yet instead of using brushes, paint, and canvas, I use chisels, knives and solid wood to create an almost photographic image.” “Like Thomas Kinkade, I use light as my source to emulate the entire piece, drawing the viewer into an experience for themselves.” From start to finish, light is important to these pieces. Unlike a painting however, these three dimensional carvings completely change from whatever angle you look at them.

    Pointer, an accomplished artist carved professionally in the 80’s and 90’s before becoming a full time pastor. His accomplished works have shown across the United States and Canada in waterfowl carving competitions and in automotive artwork in places such as the Ward Foundation World Competition in Ocean City, Maryland to the REO Oldsmobile Museum in Lansing Michigan.

    “Due to raising a family and pasturing in churches, I have been too busy to carve professionally until now, carving for me has always been a stress outlet and I am blessed to be able to start carving again and honored to be involved in these upcoming events and more.”

    Pointer, was himself inspired at a young age by artwork throughout our country’s museums, from Mystic Seaport in Massachusetts, to the Dossin Great Lakes Museum on Belle Isle in Detroit and the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum at Whitefish Point, to name just a few. “It is my desire to inspire those of all generations young and old to preserve our heritage and understand our history and where we have come from, lest we forget.” His art will draw you into the scene to experience a moment in time for yourself.

    For more information you may contact him at revpdog@hotmail.com or (231) 233-6621

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  5. 50 th anniversary
    50 th anniversary says:

    New up date of a ship yard worker’s memories .
    Loge here

    Almost fifty year’s worth of memories are stored up in my mind since June 1958
    the date the Edmund Fitzgerald launching . This is a few word’s first of all to say
    that Iam so sorry that 29 sailor’s lost their lives on that beautiful ship that I had a part of helping build and to the families of those sailor’s I would like to say I share
    the sadness with you for your loss , I too lost a son but– not on the Fitzgerald .
    SO I pray god will give you strength and heal your sadness and give you peace .
    The thing I want to say is that I hope that you believe me when I say that the day in 1975 when I read about the Fitzgerald my heart was sad for each of you .
    but I also would like to say that I never welded on the Edmund Fitzgerald ! I WAS A WELDER HELPER and I saw as much or more of the welder’s workmanship on her
    and quality, pride, and love that the welder’s and other’s put into their job’s as the the foremen did . I myself felt pride in my part of helping build such a magnificent
    ship as the big Fitz . I heard everyone at Great Lakes ENGINEERING Works SAYING what
    a great and beautiful ship it would be, it was as if everyone felt that this was going to be the most famous ship ever to sail on the great lakes and everyone seemed to take great pride in building it as good and safe as could be possible . I never saw any bad workmanship but– pride in doing the our best on the ship . I over heard men talking about the beauty of the ship as a whole . like the galley ( all stainless
    steel ) and as the work progressed I saw for myself how right they were !
    7 hundred 29 foot long designed to not only be safe but– to be beautiful.
    I marveled at such a grand ship that I was privileged to be a part of helping in building her .
    I know that the ship yard took great lengths to insure that the welding was done
    right, ( example ) they X-rayed not only the hull weld’s but the deck weld’s . Now
    imagine the strength or power of such ray’s as it took to X-ray through thick steel !!! There was so much radiation that we were told that we weren’t able to
    work near the X-rayed sites for hour’s !
    I WOULD LIKE TO SAY THAT the gathering’s that have been at River Rouge
    the last few year’s has ment a lot to me in remembrance of keeping the memories
    alive of not only the time I helped build this ship -but it also meant a lot to be reminded of my co workers and there are many men iam sure that although a lot of us sacrificed our time and our health in the working on the ship’s . My father died at 69 year’s of age with bad lung’s , myself iam 68 years old now with bad lungs
    and I have talked to other’s about our exposure to the asbestos ,the exposure to the cold in winter and the extreme heat in the inner bottom’s of the Fitz and other ship’s was almost unbearable . I wish I had taken a thermometer and read the actual temperature ! still– I feel a pride in the time I worked there ( I do feel a sadness that the ship sank but no ship is in UN sinkable , even though they said the titanic was ) it proved to not be so ! what iam trying to say is the tragic end of the
    ship ( in my honest opinion was not due to faulty workmen ship at Great Lakes Engineering Works.) Also I want to say that I hope there will be another gathering this year so worker’s such as myself may be able to meet after 50 years if possible in June . also I feel the families who are survivor’s need this event to attend to listen
    with an open mind as theories as to the cause of the Fitzgerald sinking ( and that is what it amounts to is theories for now ) I do hope in my lifetime that they determine the exact cause of the sinking because as of now , only god knows .

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  6. Roscoe Clark
    Roscoe Clark says:

    Press Release for Ten November – Pinconning Area Schools Drama Department Fall 2008 Production

    In honor of the 50th anniversary year of the launching of Michigan’s most famous ship, Edmund Fitzgerald, Pinconning Area Schools Drama Department will proudly present Ten November as its fall production. The drama, by playwright Steven Dietz, lyrics by Eric Peltoniemi, is a serious work that explores the legendary freighter from her birth in the shipyards of Detroit, to her death on the seas of Lake Superior, and ultimately, to her place in history as a maritime legend. Performances will take place in the Pinconning Area High School gym on November 10, 14, 15, and 16. Curtain time on Friday and Saturday (10/14 & 10/15) is at 7:00PM. Sunday, 10/16 is a matinee performance at 2:00PM.
    On the 33rd anniversary of the tragic sinking, Monday, November 10, 2008, a special memorial performance will be preceded by a panel discussion of noted Edmund Fitzgerald researchers, explorers, historians, former crew members, and family members of those who perished with the Fitzgerald. At this unique presentation, audience members will have the opportunity to ask questions of individuals who have explored the wreck, men who have conducted extensive research into the sinking, as well as men who took part in building the ill-fated vessel some fifty years ago. In addition, through live phone interviews, audience members will hear first hand accounts from a captain who was on Lake Superior that fateful night, as well as commentary from the naval architect who designed the Edmund Fitzgerald.
    Audience members attending the memorial performance on November 10th will each receive a memorial postcard and official memorial launch ticket – commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Fitzgerald’s launch. At the close of the performance, a bell similar to a ship’s bell, will be rung 29 times in remembrance of the men who died when the Edmund Fitzgerald foundered 33 years ago. Honored guests partaking in this special performance, as well as members of the community will be invited to ring the memorial bell as the crew roster from the Edmund Fitzgerald’s final journey is read. Plans are underway to have a small party of Edmund Fitzgerald dignitaries place a wreath in nearby Lake Huron earlier in the day.
    Many people only know of the legend of the Edmund Fitzgerald through singer Gordon Lightfoot’s haunting ballad, The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald. The play Ten November, through the voices of the actors, as well as eerily evocative folksongs, puts a human face on this infamous tragedy. The reason for the ship’s sinking still remains a mystery and several theories abound.

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  7. Edmund Fitzgerald Service
    Edmund Fitzgerald Service says:

    Contact info: krzisnikd@pasd.org or http://www.ssedmundfitzgerald.com for further information.

    In honor of the 50th anniversary year of the launching of Michigan’s most famous ship, Edmund Fitzgerald, Pinconning Area Schools Drama Department will proudly present Ten November as its fall production. The drama, by playwright Steven Dietz, lyrics by Eric Peltoniemi, is a serious work that explores the legendary freighter from her birth in the shipyards of Detroit, to her death on the seas of Lake Superior, and ultimately, to her place in history as a maritime legend. Performances will take place in the Pinconning Area High School gym on November 10, 14, 15, and 16. Curtain time on Friday and Saturday (11/14 & 11/15) is at 7:00PM. Sunday, 11/16 is a matinee performance at 2:00PM.
    On the 33rd anniversary of the tragic sinking, Monday, November 10, 2008, a special memorial performance will be preceded by a panel discussion of noted Edmund Fitzgerald researchers, explorers, historians, former crew members, and family members of those who perished with the Fitzgerald. At this unique presentation, audience members will have the opportunity to ask questions of individuals who have explored the wreck, men who have conducted extensive research into the sinking, as well as men who took part in building the ill-fated vessel some fifty years ago. In addition, through live phone interviews, audience members will hear first hand accounts from a captain who was on Lake Superior that fateful night, as well as commentary from the naval architect who designed the Edmund Fitzgerald.
    Audience members attending the memorial performance on November 10th will each receive a memorial postcard and official memorial launch ticket – commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Fitzgerald’s launch. At the close of the performance, a bell similar to a ship’s bell, will be rung 29 times in remembrance of the men who died when the Edmund Fitzgerald foundered 33 years ago. Honored guests partaking in this special performance, as well as members of the community will be invited to ring the memorial bell as the crew roster from the Edmund Fitzgerald’s final journey is read. Plans are underway to have a small party of Edmund Fitzgerald dignitaries place a wreath in nearby Lake Huron earlier in the day.
    Many people only know of the legend of the Edmund Fitzgerald through singer Gordon Lightfoot’s haunting ballad, The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald. The play Ten November, through the voices of the actors, as well as eerily evocative folksongs, puts a human face on this infamous tragedy. The reason for the ship’s sinking still remains a mystery and several theories abound.

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  8. Edmund Fitzgerald Service
    Edmund Fitzgerald Service says:

    I am honored and excited to be invited to attend the upcoming service held this
    November 10th in River Rouge.I will be coming from Kansas to honor my dad and the other
    28 crewmen.My father was the ” Old Cook” referred to in the Gordon Lightfoot song.
    There will be so many events having to do with the FITZ I hope to be able to fit it all in.
    I think it’s great to include the school kids learning about the Great Lakes and the ships
    that have sailed on them.
    I grew up in Toledo Ohio and watched from many ports my dads ship sail off with a load
    of iron ore or coal. Those good memories never go away. Hope to see you there.
    All are welcome to honor and remember that fateful night.

    Pam Johnson
    Daughter of ROBERT C. RAFFERTY

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  9. Edmund Fitzgerald Service
    Edmund Fitzgerald Service says:

    November 10 – Edmund Fitzgerald Memorial Service
    . A memorial service for the men lost on the Edmund Fitzgerald will be held on November 10 at Dr. Henri Belanger Park in River Rouge, Mi. The service will be held near the Mariners Memorial Lighthouse beginning at 6:00 p.m. The tug boat will be on hand to take out a wreath to be placed on the river. The service will feature a plaque presentation, bell ringing, lantern lighting, and refreshments will be served. For more information call Roscoe Clark at 810-519-2148 or Dolores Swekel 313-842-7822.

    The service will be at River Rouge Michigan on the Detroit River next to where the ship was built at the slips and on the other side is where Zug Island is located. MAP

    A special Edmund Fitzgerald open house
    will be open to the pubic from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm at the River Rouge Historical Museum

    River Rouge Historical Museum
    10750 W. Jefferson Ave.
    River Rouge, Michigan 48218
    (Formerly Gallagher Funeral Home)
    MAP

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  10. Edmund Fitzgerald Service
    Edmund Fitzgerald Service says:

    Meet Author, Raymond Ramsay M. Sc.

    Author, Raymond Ramsay M. Sc. was a member of the original design team at Great Lakes Engineering Works during the design and construction of the largest and fastest ore carrier ever built on the Great Lakes.

    The author, together with a group of volunteers retired ship captains and maritime experts have uncovered secrets and unveiled evidence to prove why the ore carrier sank to the bottom of Lake Superior on November 10, 1975.

    Raymond Ramsay will have his books available at the November 10, 2009 program.

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  11. Edmund Fitzgerald
    Edmund Fitzgerald says:

    November 10 – Edmund Fitzgerald Memorial Service
    . A memorial service for the men lost on the Edmund Fitzgerald will be held on
    November 10 at Dr. Henri Belanger Park in River Rouge, Mi.
    The service will be held near the Mariners Memorial Lighthouse beginning at 6:00 p.m.
    The tug boat will be on hand to take out a wreath to be placed on the river.
    The service will feature a plaque presentation, bell ringing, lantern lighting,
    and refreshments will be served.

    The service will be at River Rouge Michigan on the Detroit River next to where the ship was
    built at the slips and on the other side is where Zug Island is located.
    MAP

    A Special
    Edmund Fitzgerald
    Open House

    Was open to the public from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm at the River Rouge Historical Museum

    River Rouge Historical Museum
    10750 W. Jefferson Ave.
    River Rouge, Michigan 48218
    (Formerly Gallagher Funeral Home)
    MAP
    River Rouge Bar & Grill
    The after hour dinner will have a big turn out
    Every one has a chance to and meet the speakers.
    This is where the ship yard workers would stop for lunch and dinner after work.
    It is just down the street from where the Fitz was built.
    Everyone is welcome to talk and eat – 8:30pm to 10:30pm
    150 East Great Lakes
    River Rouge, MI 48218
    (313) 849-5220
    November 10, 2010

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  12. Edmund Fitzgerald 2010
    Edmund Fitzgerald 2010 says:

    PRESS RELEASE
    35th Edmund Fitzgerald Memorial Service
    RIVER ROUGE, MICHIGAN — A memorial service is planned for Wednesday November 10, 2010 to remember the 29 men who died when the SS Edmund Fitzgerald sank in Lake Superior on Nov. 10, 1975.

    The ceremony is set for 6 to 8 p.m. near the Mariners Memorial Lighthouse at Belanger Park, off Belanger Park Drive and Marion.

    The event is held in River Rouge because that’s the city where the vessel was built in 1957 and ’58.

    Several speakers will give their memories of the ship, including people who helped construct it and relatives of some of the deceased crewmen.

    Artifacts and photographs also will be on display.

    At 7:10 p.m. — the time the ship sank — a wreath will be tossed into the Detroit River. A bell will be rung 29 times in memory of each person who died.

    A plaque presentation and lantern lighting is planned. Refreshments will be provided at the end.

    Event organizer Roscoe Clark has a Web site devoted to the vessel, which contains several video clips, photos and new information about the ship, at http://www.ssEdmundFitzgerald.com

    Earlier in the day, an Edmund Fitzgerald open house will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. at the River Rouge Historical Museum, 10750 W. Jefferson Ave.
    http://www.RiverRougeMuseum.com

    For more information on either event, visit the Web site or call Clark at 1-810-519-2148 or Dolores Swekel at 1-313-842-7822.

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  13. Edmund fitzgerald 2011
    Edmund fitzgerald 2011 says:

    S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald 36 Year Anniversary
    November 10, 2011

    RIVER ROUGE — A memorial service is planned for Thursday November 10, 2011 to remember the 29 men who died when the SS Edmund Fitzgerald sank in Lake Superior on Nov. 10, 1975.
    The ceremony is set for 6 to 8 p.m. and the heated tent open at 4:30 p.m. for viewing Edmund Fitzgerald artifacts, near the Mariners Memorial Lighthouse at Belanger Park, off Belanger Park Drive and Marion.
    The event is held in River Rouge because that’s the city where the vessel was built in 1957 and ’58.
    Several speakers will give their memories of the ship, including people who helped construct it and relatives of some of the deceased crewmen.
    Artifacts, photographs and videos also will be on display and you can talk to the Fitz Ship Builders, past Crew Members and Fitz Family Members.
    At 7:10 p.m. — the time the ship sank — a wreath will be tossed into the Detroit River. A bell will be rung 29 times in memory of each person who died.
    A plaque presentation and lantern lighting is planned. Food and Refreshments will be provided free of charge.
    Event organizer Roscoe Clark has a Web site devoted to the vessel, which contains several video clips and photos of the ship, at http://www.ssedmundfitzgerald.com.
    Earlier in the day, an Edmund Fitzgerald open house will be held from 4 to 5 p.m. at the River Rouge Historical Museum, 10750 W. Jefferson Ave.
    This year, the service will be web cast free of charge for those viewers all across the US and Canada. Go to the official web site http://www.ssedmundfitzgerald.com.
    For more information and location call Roscoe Clark at (810) 519-2148.
    This is a special program held each year and is free of charge.

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  14. Edmund Fitzgerald
    Edmund Fitzgerald says:

    S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald 37 Year Anniversary
    November 10, 2012
    RIVER ROUGE — A memorial service is planned for Saturday November 10, 2012 to remember the 29 men who died when the SS Edmund Fitzgerald sank in Lake Superior on Nov. 10, 1975.
    The ceremony is set for 6 to 8 p.m. and the heated tent open at 4:30 p.m. for viewing Edmund Fitzgerald artifacts, near the Mariners Memorial Lighthouse at Belanger Park, off Belanger Park Drive and Marion.
    The event is held in River Rouge because that’s the city where the vessel was built in 1957 and ’58.
    Several speakers will give their memories of the ship, including people who helped construct it and relatives of some of the deceased crewmen.
    Artifacts, photographs and videos also will be on display and you can talk to the Fitz Ship Builders, past Crew Members and Fitz Family Members.
    At 7:10 p.m. — the time the ship sank — a wreath will be tossed into the Detroit River. A bell will be rung 29 times in memory of each person who died.
    A plaque presentation and lantern lighting is planned. Food and Refreshments will be provided free of charge.
    Event organizer Roscoe Clark has a Web site devoted to the vessel, which contains several video clips and photos of the ship.
    Earlier in the day, an Edmund Fitzgerald open house will be held from 4 to 5 p.m. at the River Rouge Historical Museum, 10750 W. Jefferson Ave.
    This year, the service will be web cast free of charge for those viewers all across the US and Canada.
    For more information and location call Roscoe Clark at (810) 519-2148.
    This is a special program held each year and is free of charge. All new this year

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  15. Service
    Service says:

    S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald 38 Year Anniversary
    November 10, 2013
    RIVER ROUGE — A memorial service is planned for Sunday November 10, 2013 to remember the 29 men who died when the SS Edmund Fitzgerald sank in Lake Superior on Nov. 10, 1975.
    The ceremony is set for 6 to 8 p.m. and the heated tent open at 4:30 p.m. for viewing Edmund Fitzgerald artifacts, near the Mariners Memorial Lighthouse at Belanger Park, off Belanger Park Drive and Marion.
    The event is held in River Rouge because that’s the city where the vessel was built in 1957 and ’58.
    Several speakers will give their memories of the ship, including people who helped construct it and relatives of some of the deceased crewmen.
    Artifacts, photographs and videos also will be on display and you can talk to the Fitz Ship Builders, past Crew Members and Fitz Family Members.
    At 7:10 p.m. — the time the ship sank — a wreath will be tossed into the Detroit River. A bell will be rung 29 times in memory of each person who died.
    A plaque presentation and lantern lighting is planned. Food and Refreshments will be provided free of charge.
    Event organizer Roscoe Clark has a Web site devoted to the vessel, which contains several video clips and photos of the ship.
    Earlier in the day, an Edmund Fitzgerald open house will be held from 4 to 5 p.m. at the River Rouge Historical Museum, 10750 W. Jefferson Ave.
    This year, the service will be web cast free of charge for those viewers all across the US and Canada.

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