Barry Amundson

Antonio Aversano

At the time of writing these words, as we approach 9/11/10, the bending of time is palpable. There is a paradoxical feeling that since 9/11/01 we’ve both come so far… Read more »

Myrna Bethke

Ten years later… These are the moments I miss my little brother.  I am about to delete the video driver software from my computer so that a new video card… Read more »

Derrill Bodley

Derrill Bodley, a founding member of September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, was killed in a motorcycle accident on his 60th birthday, September 21, 2005. We remember Derrill’s boundless energy,… Read more »

Kelly Campbell

Shortly after September 11, a group of Hibakusha (A-bomb survivors) from Hiroshima and Nagasaki came to meet with members of 9/11 Families for Peaceful Tomorrows and encouraged us to continue… Read more »

Donald Charlebois

My brother David was the First Officer on American Airlines 77 which was diverted into the Pentagon. David shared the cockpit with Captain Burlingame. On that day we all became… Read more »

Sandra DeBella Bodley

I joined the Sonoma State University (SSU) nursing faculty in 1975; my clinical areas are community health nursing with special interests in rural health, cultural diversity and service learning. I… Read more »

Robyn B Donati

September 11th, 2001 began just like any other day. It was a sunny summer morning as I prepared my daughter for school and myself for work. In the middle of… Read more »

Beverly Eckert

Beverly Eckert at a gathering of Peaceful Tomorrows members at the UN Church Center in New York City prior to the World Says No to War rally against the invasion… Read more »

Loretta Filipov

My husband, Alexander Filipov was on flight 11, the first airplane to hit the North Tower of the World Trade Center at 8:46 am on 9/11/01.  Al had wanted me… Read more »

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