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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 »

Andrea LeBlanc

On Sept. 11, 2001 my husband, Robert LeBlanc, was killed on the second plane that was flown into the World Trade Center. Added to the numbing reality of shattering loss… Read more »

Eric Leinung

Eric Leinung first joined PT during the organizing retreat in 2004, on which he accompanied member, John Leinung, his dad. Eric lost his older brother, John’s step-son, Paul Battaglia in… Read more »

Valerie Lucznikowska

Valerie Lucznikowska is a native of Manhattan who is retired from many years in international public relations and non-profit management. She has been an active member of September 11th Families… Read more »