9/11

Remembering 9/11: A Buddy’s Story

By Ella Thompson, Kate’s Club Buddy and surviving daughter of a 9/11 victim On a bright and sunny Tuesday in the early fall of 2001, my father went off to work on the 84th floor of the South Tower (2 World Trade Center) and didn’t come back. He was essentially in the impact zone, and very…

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In Celebration of Their Children

When a child loses a parent they become an orphan. When a spouse loses their partner, they become a widow/widower. There is not a word to describe a parent who loses a child. A mother simply known as Sofia’s mom says it is because there is not a word to describe the pain. A year…

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How will you remember September 11, 2001?

The tenth anniversary of the tragic 9/11 attacks is upon us. Where were you? It was a Tuesday morning and suprisingly I was not auditing at a client’s headquarters in south Georgia, but in Midtown Atlanta. Word was a plane crashed onto the interstate – ummmm, no. I soon learned the events of the morning,…

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