Tag Archives: Jessica Locke
A few years ago, a man from Lexington, SC wrote a comment on one of my blog posts about 9-11, in which he pointed out that “Never Forget” makes use of two negative terms. He suggested the use of two … Continue reading
Nothing new to add to what has already been said…but it is worth saying again. Always Remember! Today Born Sixty Years Ago Today And if you do not want to take the time to read the articles to find this, … Continue reading
I received this video in an e-mail from my friend, Jessica Locke. Jessica is a hero to me because of all her efforts to assist firefighters who survived the 9/11 attacks in New York. If Jessica sends me something, I … Continue reading
Another year….another anniversary. Not much new to say, aside from this….Always Remember I encourage you to click on the various links in the story to learn a few things about some heroes you probably did not know. If you are … Continue reading
A good decision by the FDNY Black Sunday Survivor Added to Wall of Honor The story started here: A Father’s Plea The FDNY has historically been slow to deal with these types issues, as illustrated here.
I received a note this morning from a friend who is seeking my help as she continues her work to assist the members of the New York City Fire Department impacted from the attacks of 9/11, (FDNY). I have became … Continue reading
I recently had a column published in Aiken Family Magazine entitled “Always Remember” Below is the text and photographs from the column. It is a subject that I could write about on and on, but I was limited to 1,000 … Continue reading