On 9/11 I watched the plane bank over the harbor and fly into Tower II. I saw plenty of fear, panic and compassion. Squad 1 our local fire dept. lost many firefighters. A parent of a boy in my son's school died. My son was a young boy, but on that day he chose his career. What I remember most is Shelly. I worked with him at a number of companies and for those who know him he was always the most calm and gracious person I have ever met. A person of great faith his son was in Israel during the Intifada. I tried to convince him to have him come home as a parent should never lose a son. His other boy worked for a brokerage firm in the Trade Center. His son came safely home from Israel. No one wants to lose a child nor see them injured. Unfortunately, a number of soldiers who have come home have returned emotionally and physically scarred. Steven Siller was a fire fighter who ran through the tunnel to the Towers and never came back. The Tunnel to Towers Foundation tries to give vets a home that they can build a life in when they return. My goal is modest, so I hope you can contribute.