And the New Yorker says her group will try to emulate the bond between the 40 passengers and crew on the flight that day, whose common action succeeded in averting greater loss of life, and use it as the inspiration for their own efforts.
"When I'm out there running on Sunday, I know there are going to be moments when I won't want to continue but I'll think about my team-mates and the 40 passengers on board."
"Very," said Huntington native Kristen Schwartz Glick, who in 2001 was a James Madison University student with no direct connection to Flight 93. But in 2008, she married Jed Glick, younger brother of Jeremy Glick, one of the Flight 93 passengers whose last words to his wife were, "We're going to rush the hijackers."
She [Kristen] never met her husband's brother, who "is kind of a higher figure to me."
Kristen Glick never met her brother-in-law, a powerful judo wrestler who was apparently one of the passengers who resisted the hijackers. On the 10th anniversary visit, the two women found themselves somewhat shocked that the memorial project is $1 million short for the plaques and trees and pavement to commemorate that plane.
Brutal Metal wrote:I know I should be responsible for this research BUT are any of these actors near me (Tampa Florida), I'd love to strike up a correspondence with them, maybe meet in the near future, hell I'll invite them to the Resturant, dinner on me for some heart wrenching stories of survival without a cherished love one! Hell I'll let them dine in the private banquet room make em feel special!
upstream wrote:Some photos I haven't seen before...
whatsgoingon wrote:enantiodromie wrote:
Look at this Brad Fetchet picture: same datastamp. Same color, same typeface...
Of course, the bigger question is why little Brad from 1987 has such a fat nose. Did he get a nose job?
whatsgoingon wrote:Maat wrote:Hmm, this is the largest one on the Fetchet memorial site:
@ http://www.bradfetchet.com/2005Birthday ... n5_jpg.htm
Yes, we need to know when and by whom a pic has been altered, enlarged or otherwise.
Another fun thing to notice. These photos deliberately have edges on them to indicate that they were scanned by a photo scanner. Of course, anyone that is halfway sensible about this trims and trues the image to remove these edges. I guess the non-trimming approach is common with both the Wainio and the Fetchet families. Just a coincidence. Right
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