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To the Wildman Family:

I did not know Alison, but she has been a part of my life. I have had a long connection to New York City and lived there for 5-1/2 years. On the first anniversary of the attacks I found out about memorial bracelets and after searching the 9/11 names I chose Alison because we share a first name. I wore "our" bracelet faithfully for the next four years and continue to do so for each year s anniversary. During the rest of the year, I keep it on my bureau where I "see" her frequently. I have thought about the family she left behind many times and can t imagine the pain of these past ten years. Alison may not be at the front of most people's minds, but I wanted you to know that she IS remembered. God Bless.

Posted by Allison Britting

Brian was the best, the most human man that we have ever known. The world lost a huge, positive contributor to life when it lost Brian. We knew him when he was young and just starting out on his work adventures. Always loving and kind and knowledgeable and human. We still are saddened from his death on the first plane to hit the twin towers.

Posted by Sue and Larry Rumbaugh

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