Monthly Archives: May 2012

Time capsule planned for USS Somerset

By Katie Walker Daily American A time capsule representing Somerset County will be included in the design of a Navy vessel being built in honor of the passengers and crew of Flight 93. County Commissioner John Vatavuk said Wednesday that Navy officials have confirmed July 28 as the date the USS Somerset will be christened […]

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John Sferazo, Iron Worker, 9/11 Volunteer Named ‘Hero of Conservation’

By Laura Bliss Morris John Sferazo, a retired Ironworkers Local 361 member and longtime member of the Union Sportsmen’s Alliance will be profiled for his extraordinary contributions to conservation in the June 2012 issue of Field & Stream — the world’s leading outdoor magazine. Since suffering physical and emotional trauma as a Ground Zero volunteer […]

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Exeter VFD to rededicate 9/11 memorial

By Dawn Wivell Journal Register Few of us will ever forget where we were on September 11, 2001. We watched in horror as first one, and then the other twin tower fell, killing thousands of people. Our lives were changed forever. Phil Ehrlich is a part-time resident of Exeter Township and a firefighter for the […]

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