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  • WTC/DC Support Messages

    The following messages, poems and words of support and condolences have been sent over the past few days via e-mail to Firehouse.com.

  • #2
    To whom it may concern.

    I am Terry Evans - Chairman of the National Association of Fire Chaplains in the United Kingdom and I would like to pass my sincere condolensces to the family of Mychal Judge in particular but to all the firefighters families in general.

    Our hearts and prayers go out to you at this time.

    God Bless

    Terry Evans

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    • #3
      I can't thank you enough for the excellent slide show of photos that you've been maintaining. I live outside the Wash, DC area and first-hand saw the billowing black smoke from the Pentagon - a sight I'll never forget. Your capturing of the people, FFs, EMS personnel and scenes remind us how precious life is and how it will forever be changed.

      As a member of a firefighting family, we are with you in this search mission, if not onsight, in our thoughts and prayers. We pray you'll be able to move forward once this disaster is behind us, if that will ever be.

      We love you, God loves you. Be careful, stay safe, get rest, hug your spouse and kids, stay focused on the task at hand.

      The Nyers Family
      Bel Alton, Maryland

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      • #4
        OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH OUR AMERICAN FIRE FIGHTER COMRADES AT THIS TERRIBLE TIME.

        SOUTH LOCHS FIREFIGHTERS
        WESTERN ISLES
        SCOTLAND

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        • #5
          Dear Firefighters,

          I have two sons. One is a police officer and the other a
          paramedic/firefighter. Both (especially the firefighter) would have been
          one of the first in the buildings had they lived in the area. My
          firefighter son (Brian) was ready to come to NY as quickly as possible but
          is needed at this time at his own "house" in Cocoa Beach, Florida. He was
          in tears at the loss of "brothers" he never knew. We all feel that way....
          May God bless you.

          Linda Suydam
          Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

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          • #6
            To all the New York Firefighters and their families.
            Our thoughts are with you.

            From;
            Blue Watch
            Timaru
            New Zealand Fire Service

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            • #7
              Dear gentlemen,

              I just wanted to say Thank you. The fearlessness in which you do you job,
              allows the the rest of our country to feel safe. You gentlemen are a rare and
              seperate breed and our nation, as a whole, grieves with you.

              I live in South Florida and feel empty that I, as a citizen of this great
              country, cannot help in some way.


              Again, I really just wanted to say thank you for being the men/women you are.

              Love, Support and Saddness,
              Mark A. Belcastro

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              • #8
                Please pass on my heart felt condolences to my fellow firefighters in New York. It has been said that when you become a firefighter you don't just join a fire service you become part of a very large "family". We have lost family.

                Mark Dean
                Volunteer Firefighter
                Werribee Fire Brigade
                Victoria, Australia

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                • #9
                  To all the brave men and women who fought and to those who still are
                  fighting, God bless you! You are in my heart and in my prayers. I
                  admire you for your courage and bravery!

                  Keep faith in God - "Stop telling your God how big your mountains are, start
                  telling your mountains how BIG your God is!"

                  > Melinda Swanepoel
                  >
                  > Project Synergy
                  > South Africa

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                  • #10
                    The children from Rotherfield Primary School, East Sussex England are having a collection for the New York Firefighters 9-11 Relief Fund to help all the children who have lost their Mummys and Daddys. Our prayers are said for you every day.

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                    • #11
                      >From Rochester, Kent, UK:

                      Everyone I know is stunned and profoundly moved at the horror, yet heartened
                      by the courage and self-sacrifice of the NY crews.
                      Best wishes to everyone involved in the operation.

                      Our thoughts are with you.

                      David

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                      • #12
                        As a serving firefighter in Liverpool,U.K,i am watching events constantly on TV.I can only say that i amfull of admiration and respect for whatmust be a very difficult time for youall.My heartfelt sympathy to all thoselost in this tragic event.

                        TONY

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                        • #13
                          To All New York Firefighters.
                          Please accept my sincere condolences at the loss of your fellow firefighters in the World Trade Centre Disaster.I have visited some of your pages on your website www.nyfd.com and I am very impressed with the number of units that you have. And the level of commarardie that exists in your fire department, you face a huge task , but I am sure that your members will stick together and complete the task ,as all firefighters do, no matter what dangers exist.

                          I am a firefighter in a small country town called Huntly in Victoria, Australia, our brigade is part of the Country Fire Authority of Victoria. The CFA Has A website at www.cfa.vic.gov.au should you wish to see what happens in Australia

                          Yours Sincerely
                          Clive B Davis

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                          • #14
                            I'd like to pass this on to everyone around the world.....

                            THE VALUE OF A SMILE. (Author Unknown)
                            A smile is nature's best anti-dote for discouragement.

                            It brings rest to the weary, sunshine to those who are sad, and hope to those who are hopeless and defeated.

                            A smile is so valuable that it can't be bought, begged, borrowed, or taken away against your will. You have to be willing to give a smile away before it can do anyone else any good.

                            So if someone is too tired or grumpy to flash you a smile, let him have one of yours anyway.

                            Nobody needs a smile as much as the person who has none to give....

                            As I sit here and write this with a tear in my eye, I'm forcing a smile onto my face for all the fallen "heroes", the friends, families of lost ones, and those who still don't know where they may be- here catch mine.....

                            Together, we will overcome this tragedy.

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                            • #15
                              god bless all of you, americas thoughts and prayers are with you.

                              the mcclaskey family

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