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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 »

Donna Marsh O’Connor

In February of 2002 a group of family members of 9/11 victims formed September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows in order to challenge the ever inflating sentiment and hysteria that… Read more »

Nancy Meyer

On Tuesday, September 11th, 2001 I came home late in the day to find an unprecedented number of messages on my answering machine.  I thought of my older brother Jim,… Read more »

Elizabeth Miller

I was introduced to Peaceful Tomorrows in 2020 where I joined based off of my concerns about the human rights abuses and complexities of the pretrial hearings at the Guantanamo… Read more »

Anne Mulderry

Anne McGrath Mulderry was born in 1936 in Brooklyn NY; in 1945 her family moved upstate to Albany, where she was educated, married, and raised a family. In that time… Read more »

Jessica Murphy

I first discovered Peaceful Tomorrows after reading an op-ed titled “Guantánamo is Delaying Justice for 9/11 Families” written by Julia Rodriguez. Prior to reading that article, I had no idea… Read more »

Leila Murphy

January 2019 I learned about September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows after reading Julia Rodriguez’s article about Guantánamo in the NY Times in November 2018.I was excited to join a… Read more »

Jessica Murrow

September 11 took the life of her husband Stephen Adams who worked at Windows on World in the North Tower of the World Trade Center.

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