In honor of the 11th Anniversary of September 11th, we thought that it would be great to celebrate the lives of the victims of September 11th via pictures and tibutes to their lives and the legacies that they have left behind. http://project2996.wordpress.com/ If you'd like to join our pinning efforts please leave a comment and we'll be glad to invite you. You can also contact us at the contact page on the Project 2996 website or leave a comment on our Facebook page.
Kathryn Anne Shatzoff- 37, Consultant's assistant, Marsh & McLennan @ WTC. She was not a collector, but her husband, who owned a comic book store got her started collecting by giving her a Barbie doll. This was all it took for the Barbie interest that she has since childhood to kick in. #911 #project2996
Gregory James Malone- 42, worked for Maxcor/Euro Brokers @ WTC. This long term bacthelor found love in hs fiancee, Fionia prior to September 11th. Grizzly Mama wrote a nice tribute for him as part of Project 2996, you can find it here... grizzlymama.blogs... #911 #project2996
Bojan Kostica- 34, Sales Trader at Cantor Fitzgerald. Originally from Belgrade, he fell in love with New York when he visited while going to college. His fiancee said "He loved it -- the energy, the excitement, everything about the city." #911 #project2996
Irina Buslo- 32, Administrative Assitant at Fuji Bank @ WTC. Once a teacher in Belrus before moving to New York, she started life in New York as a baby sitter, then a job at Banana Republic, before landing her job at Fuji. This job allowed her to send more money back home to her mother. She was the mother of a 13 year old daughter. #911 #project2996.
Peter J. Ganci, Jr., Chief of the FDNY. Died in line of duty, 9/11, one of 343 FDNY members killed that day. He was in the first tower when it collapsed, & made it out alive to enter the 2nd one where he perished. "What then is our duty? What the day demands.." Goethe
Donald James McIntyre, 39, a Port Authority police officer for 15 years; multitasker before the term became trendy; he was the sort of husband even the neighbors couldn't seem to get enough of: he shoveled driveways, ran errands, played Mr. Fix-it; @ the #WTC; #911 #september11th #project2996 www.legacy.com publish in THE NEW YORK TIMES