Category Archives: Families in the News

Dunedin man honors nephew Gary Albero with walk to NYC

Bobby Lewis, WTSP   Tampa, Florida — If you have cheered for one team for 60 years, you’ve earned a road trip to watch them play. Usually that road trip includes a car but Richard Albero has opted to make the journey on foot. “I’m crazy,” he said with a chuckle Monday morning. The 65-year-old die-hard Yankees […]

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Families of September 11 Victims Watch Guantanamo Hearings with Mixed Feelings

David Welna, NPR Thad Rasmussen, 36, lost his mother, Rhonda, in the September 11 attacks; she died at the Pentagon. This month, he sat in a courtroom at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and looked at five men accused of planning those attacks. “It was very difficult to see them as humans,” he says. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and […]

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9/11 documentary shows struggle of Bronx family

Bronx News 12 A Bronx professor and his wife shared their struggle of coping with the loss of their son in a documentary that was screened at Fordham University today. Orlando Rodriguez and his wife Phyllis lost their son Greg in the attacks on the World Trade Center back in 2001. They say coping with […]

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