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On Choosing a 9/11 Legacy: Which will we feed?


In 2001, I was given the opportunity to help lead a team of support workers to Ground Zero. We began at an Aid Station atop a girder that fell from the South Tower. My experience there contained many blessings. It came with a cost. I would do it again. Continue reading

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Memories of a 9/11 Responder – Ground Zero Remembered


Today is the 15th Anniversary of the terrorist attack on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon. I served at Ground Zero with The Salvation Army for several weeks in the immediate aftermath, arriving in New York City on September 14th. … Continue reading

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In the Ashes of My Brothers – a 9 11 Remembrance of my service at Ground Zero


American history is filled with iconic moments that live forever in everyone’s memory. They change the course of events and drive our collective lives as a people. Some of you could tell of December 7th and Pearl Harbor. I can … Continue reading

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