Today is 14th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center in New York we will never forget this.
I remember being at work in Lake Sherwood and watching the TV broadcast with Linda my dispatcher ,who is now deceased, and Mary the Office Manager who’s husband was a fireman and she was crying when she saw the destroyed Fire Trucks. I later found out one of the guys I was stationed with in HC-2 in the Navy , Jim Cherry, lost a brother, Vernon Cherry when his entire company of NYFD Ladder Company 118 was killed and their truck destroyed in the collapse of the WTC.
Firefighter Vernon Cherry 10-10-51,to 09-11-01,
Please never forget the sacrifices these men made for their country we will never give in to terrorism of any kind.
Donna and I are doing fine she s feeling better, no more dizziness. Sam went to the doctors for his 3 month physical that turned into a 6 month physical because we were gone all summer, all turned fine and I am good for another 3 months or 3000 miles. I can only hope I can talk Donna into another trip this winter so we don’t have to worry about any snow or another Mo winter. Hope all is well with all our friends out there. Be safe. Sam & Donna….