Category Archives: Families in the News

Religious Coalition names new facility to honor Alan P. Linton, Jr.’s memory

Pat and Sharon Linton opened the Alan P. Linton Jr. Family Resource Center in Frederick, Maryland, the third such facility honoring their son, Alan P. Linton, Jr., who was killed at the age of 26 when terrorists targeted the World Trade Center. Alan Linton had chosen a career in finance so that he could become a philanthropist […]

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Opinion – “My daughter died on 9/11. I should be able to sue Saudi Arabia”

Donna Marsh O’Connor writes in the Guardian “There is a bungee cord tied around my waist, and it tethers me to Ground Zero. The bungee lets me move away, to live a happy life, but it always, always, at any given moment in time (an anniversary, a birthday, a political figure making use of 9/11), […]

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Hundreds race up One World Trade Center stairs to raise money for Tunnels to Towers 9/11 charity 

Nearly 1,000 people climbed to the top of One World Trade Center in the second annual Tunnels to Towers Climb, in honor of those who were killed in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, reported Daniel Lewisreuven Blau in the New York Daily News. The Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation was founded by the family […]

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