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Meg Gieszinger said:   September 19, 2011 7:30 pm PST
Dear Paddy Brown Memorial, Thank you for honoring such a wonderful life. I wish I could have known him. Meg

Alan Dearden said:   September 19, 2011 6:25 pm PST

Tanja from Germany said:   September 17, 2011 10:14 am PST
I sat on my couch that day and saw live on TV how the second airplane crashed in the Tower. I sat on my couch that day and saw the Towers collaps. I was crying and praying that this is just a nightmare. I am so sorry for the victims and their families and friends. I saw the documentary in German TV too and it was the first time for me, to see a face and a story behind the tragic day. Paddy Brown is a hero. People like Paddy Brown are rare and many of them died on 9/11. We have to think of them, because they teached us to be courage and never give up to help others! If anyone of us would be just a little bit like Paddy Brown and the other firefighters, the world would be so much better and peaceful. Rest in Peace dear Paddy Brown. The World will never forget!

Ted Weeks said:   September 13, 2011 1:56 pm PST
Just stopping by to get some background info on Paddy. I walked in the memorial stair climb in Wausau Wisconsin, and carried Patrick Brown's Name badge. It was an honor to be able to honor our fallen brothers. Ted Weeks Assistant Chief #34 Caspian-Gaastra Fire Department

Kathrin from Germany said:   September 13, 2011 11:01 am PST
I saw Paddys story in german TV, too. I cried...what a story, what a man, what a hero.... respect. Rest in peace, dear paddy..

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