Category Archives: 9/11 Memorials

9/11 memorials keep windows to past open 15 years later

The September 11th memorials all over the world, large and small, offer a place to remember and to ponder. Carol Polsky of Newsday writes about some of them here.

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Sister of 9/11 hero, FF Michael Kiefer, doing triathlon in his honor

Michael Kiefer was an FDNY firefighter, a lifeguard, and an accomplished athlete. He was only 25 when he was killed responding to the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, reports Fox 5 News. His sister, Kerri Kiefer-Viverito said of him. “Every job he had involves saving other people.” To honor him, she will do the […]

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Daily remembrance: White roses honor birthdays of 9/11 victims

The story of the white roses placed daily on the National 9/11 Memorial to mark victims’ birthdays is told by Kara Yorio in the North Jersey Record.

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