Ellen Bakalian: How that Colonial Williamsburg ad felt to me

Ellen Bakalian, whose husband, Jeffrey R. Smith, was 36 years old when he was murdered by terrorists while working at Sandler O’Neill & Partners on September 11, 2001, writes in the February 8, 2016 edition of the New York Daily News¬†tells how seeing the footage of the Towers collapsing in the Colonial Williamsburg Super Bowl ad made her feel.

Her sentiments are undoubtedly shared by the many thousands of people impacted by the attacks.

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