September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows has 200 members in 31 states and seven foreign countries, each of them directly affected by losing a family member in the 9/11 attacks. Over the coming year, meet our members and learn about their work here.
son Timothy, a firefighter, was lost in the line of duty at the World Trade Center. More.
is one of the founding members of Peaceful Tomorrows. He lost his oldest brother, Jim at the World Trade Center. More.
is one of the founding members of Peaceful Tomorrows. Her brother, Abe Zelmanowitz died at the World Trade Center. More.
lost his son-in-law, Ted Hennessy, Jr. on 9/11. More.
lost her brother, Donald Freeman Greene on Flight 93. More.
lost her sister-in-law, Lauren Catuzzi Grandcolas, on Flight 93. Lauren was the wife of Nancy's brother Jack. More.
lost his father Louis at the World Trade Center. More.
lost her husband, Alexander Filipov, on Flight 11. More.
lost her sister Laura who was killed in the attacks on the World Trade Center. More.
lost her mother, Roberta Bernstein Heber at the World Trade Center. More.
lost his nephew, New York State Supreme Court Officer Mitch Wallace on 9/11. More.
Andrea LeBlanc lost her husband, Robert G. LeBlanc, Professor Emeritus of Geography, on UA#175 when it was flown into the second WTC tower. More.
lost his son Karleton D.B.Fyfe on Flight 11 More.
lost her son, Karleton D. B. Fyfe on Flight 11 More.
lost her son, Salman at the North Tower of the World Trade Center More.
Phyllis and Orlando Rodriguez
lost their son, Greg, at the World Trade Center More.
Lost her brother, Bill Kelly, Jr. at the North Tower of the World Trade Center More.
Lost her husband, Sean Rooney at the World Trade Center. More.
lost his daughter Alicia on United Flight 175. More.
lost his cousin Kathy Mazza at the World Trade Center. More.
Lost his daughter, Deora, on Flight 93. More.