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Stephen Siller run/walk of a HERO

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THE STORY:

Hello everyone. Me and my team will be running/walking to carry out the legacy and heroism of Stephen Siller. Stephen is a true American hero and his heroism deserves to be remembered not just on 9/11 but everyday. Stephen selflessly gave his life to save others. After hearing the first plane hit the tower on his scanner, he parked his truck at the entrance of the Brooklyn battery tunnel, strapped on 60lbs of gear and raced on foot to the towers where he gave up his life to save others. All money raised will go to the Stephen Siller foundation to help military and first responders who continue to give life and limb for our country.

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$255

MONEY RAISED
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  • Keith Scholl

    $25

  • Craig

    $50

  • Alvaro Valdivieso

    $10

  • Thomas Scholl

    $25

  • Thomas Scholl

    $25

  • Art & Lucille Walther

    $25

  • Elizabeth Gnolfo

    $25

  • Lauren Mike and autumn

     

  • Nicole and Gene

    $25

  • John Thomas & Ryan Thomas

    $20

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The Team: $255 TOTAL RAISED SO FAR

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Fundraiser Title

lois scholl

Amount Raised

$150

Fundraiser Title

Keith Scholl

Amount Raised

$105

Donor Comments

John Thomas & Ryan Thomas

John Thomas & Ryan Thomas

DONATION: $20

1 year ago

Nicole and Gene

Nicole and Gene

DONATION: $25

1 year ago

Lauren Mike and autumn

Lauren Mike and autumn

This is an awesome run .......:) 1 year ago

Elizabeth Gnolfo

Elizabeth Gnolfo

DONATION: $25

1 year ago

Art & Lucille Walther

Art & Lucille Walther

DONATION: $25

1 year ago

Thomas Scholl

Thomas Scholl

DONATION: $25

1 year ago

Thomas Scholl

Thomas Scholl

DONATION: $25

1 year ago

Alvaro Valdivieso

Alvaro Valdivieso

DONATION: $10

1 year ago

Craig

Craig

DONATION: $50

1 year ago

Keith Scholl

Keith Scholl

DONATION: $25

In memory of Stephen Siller 1 year ago