FBI names Atlanta office after Special Agent David LeValley, who died of 9/11 illness

David LeValley was an FBI agent in New York at the time of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. He worked on the bucket brigade for two weeks.

LeValley died of World Trade Center-related leukemia at the age of 53 last year.

Now the FBI has named their Atlanta office near Chamblee-Tucker Road after Agent LeValley, reports Joshua Sharpe for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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