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I lost mine in March. The first thing I did when I saw what was happening, before even understanding it or processing, I sent an email to my family in Italy. I didn't want them to worry, because we did a lot of business in NYC at the time. In fact, I began to like being in Manhattan even more after that day.

The consulting firm I used to work at was acquired by one of the firms in the WTC. I had lost my job when the merger went through. Which means there were people I knew personally in the towers...

I called my Grandma that morning . . . I recently lost her this February but she is forever in my heart. Remembering those who lost their lives and those who will remember them forever with reverence, compassion and love.

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