Never Forget

Frank Callahan

[Capt. Frank Callahan]
Name: Capt. Frank Callahan

Residence: United States

Occupation: Captain, Fire Department New York
Ladder 35

Location: World Trade Center

About: Frank Callahan checked to make sure his daughter Nora was OK before he headed down to the World Trade Center from his midtown firehouse on Sept. 11. She was safe, his son Harry told him. She wasn't working at her part-time job in the WTC that day. The family thought their father, a tough, 28-year veteran of the department, would be safe as well, but Callahan was lost in the terrorist attack that destroyed the Twin Towers. He is survived by his wife, Angela, and their four children, Harry, 22; Nora, 20; Peter, 16; and Rosie, 13. He was 51.

Related Website: Fallen Brothers Foundation

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Kevin Bracken

[Kevin H. Bracken]
Name: Kevin H. Bracken

Age: 37

Residence: New York, NY, United States

Occupation: Firefighter, Fire Department New York
Engine 40

Location: World Trade Center, Tower 1, 1st floor .

Related Website: Fallen Brothers Foundation

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Life Changes

Firefighter Kevin Shea -wedding News
A Firefighter Asks Why He, Alone, Survived . . . and Why He Remembers So Little
By TINA KELLEY
Shortly after the first tower fell, Kevin Shea, an off-duty firefighter, was found on West Street, with a broken neck, severed thumb, internal injuries, and very little memory of what he had done as the buildings burned. His amnesia caused him anguish, especially because the 12 other firefighters who raced to the World Trade Center from his fire company that morning never came back. Had he gone into the building with them? Why was he alone spared?

Read more: Life Changes

911 Film Project

911filmprojectTrailer for upcoming film (www.911FilmProject.com) about the families of 9/11 FDNY firefighters lost in WTC, showing the Foundations that have been setup in these heroes' names, building a legacy 10 years Out of the Rubble of the World Trade Center.

Donations requested to help finish this film and fund the foundations.

Read more: 911 Film Project