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September 11th – Remembrance Day

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My memories of September 11th 2001 are as vivid today as if it all happened just yesterday; yet several years have gone by already, since that dark day in the history of our free country.

My thoughts and prayers are with all the people left behind, and the souls of the ones who perished on that sad day of September 11th, 2001.


May God grant them Eternal Peace.

My heart is aching for my second cousin Danny Bart, and his family, as they lost their oldest son that day, Scott Daniel Bart, who was working on the 96th floor of the North Tower One.

Here are some links for you to explore, to get to know this intelligent, sincere, and life loving young man, whose life and dreams were taken away by a senseless act of selfish individuals.

Marsh & McLennan Companies Memorial – Tribute to Scott Bart (previous link is not active, here is a link to the copy)

Memorial Bench at SUNY,  Oswego, NY

Scholarship Fund – Valley Stream North High School

List of other links, as a tribute to Scott D. Bart


Thank you for reading this post, and please share your memories of September 11, 2001.

4 thoughts on “September 11th – Remembrance Day”

  1. Diana says:


    Im so sorry for your loss and your family’s loss. Scott sounds like an amazing, thoughtful, smart, and caring man. I love what he wrote about “Fate” and that he would write something every day on his dorm room door. GOD Bless him and your family.

  2. Suburban Grandma says:

    Thank you so much Diana. I really feel so bad for his family and his young wife.

  3. Sheila says:

    This makes me feel so sad. I never understand how people can do that to other people in the name of religion. It is beyond me. My prayers go out to everyone who lost someone on that day and may every soul rest in peace.

  4. Suburban Grandma says:

    I know what you mean, however people like those terrorists do not think logically, they are so brainwashed they do not make rational decisions, and act without thinking. At least that is my opinion. Unfortunately, thousands of innocent people who were at work to support their families, lost their lives that day. Many of the ones who survived are suffering from various diseases, and mental disorders, due to the trauma they suffered that day. Children are growing up without having both parents to guide them and teach them about life, love, and responsibilities. The scars are much deeper than one could imagine. Hopefully, this will never happen again, anywhere and to anyone. We have to have faith in God and his protection. Thank you for your comments.

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