Jim Fyfe

One of my fellow workers came in late to our meeting and said that someone had flown into a building in New York. Later, we were interrupted by a phone… Read more »

Barb Fyfe

Moments from my diary. Sunday, September 9, 11 a.m. Our son called with a contagious excitement in his voice. “Mom, Dad, we are expecting another baby!!!!”  All three of us… Read more »

Emily Grandcolas

I found out about Peaceful Tomorrows through my Aunt Nancy, who is also a member of the group. Throughout my schooling and professional career I’ve been taught that when things… Read more »

Terry Greene

My brother, Donald Freeman Greene, was among the passengers aboard United Flight 93 that crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania after passengers retook control of the flight. Don was a licensed pilot… Read more »

Patricio Grehan

  Pedro, the sixth of nine siblings (I am the oldest), was filled with happiness.  Three weeks before 9/11, his wife Victoria and his young children (Camila, Paddy and Sofia),… Read more »

Talat Hamdani

I came to New York in February, 1979 with my 13 month-old son, Salman Hamdani, whom I lost 22 years later in the 9/11 Al-Qaida terrorists attacks at the North… Read more »

Dianne Hudder

On the morning of 9-11 I was preaching ( I’m an ordained Minister, United Church of Christ) at a chapel service for patients/ families/staff at JMH, a county and teaching… Read more »

Colleen Kelly

I was at a conference at Fordham University last week entitled ‘Moral Outrage and Moral Repair – Reflections on 9-11 and its Afterlife’.  The title interested me, as it seemed… Read more »

Diqui LaPenta

People have asked me what got me through that period. Well, I had two of the best dogs on Earth, including Rich’s dog Raven, who depended on me for everything…. Read more »

Rita Lasar

It was such a beautiful morning. The sun streamed into my kitchen window as I sat drinking my first cup of coffee. I listened to the radio, looked at the… Read more »

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