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    Please visit www.ffstevencoakley.com He was a Firefighter at Engine 217 in Brooklyn lost on that fateful day in September. I am on a committee that has been formed by the family to carry on his memory and dreams.


    Please take a look.

    Thanks
    Last edited by 2dresq; 06-02-2003, 09:40 AM.
    GOD BLESS THOSE WHO WENT BEFORE US

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    Tried the link; it's not going anywhere but some default webserver business's site. Can you check into it and repost?
    Member IACOJ

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    • #3
      it's because there is a period after the com try typing it without it
      Firefighter/ EMT-Basic
      Proud Soldier in the Iowa Army National Guard
      GLT 11/25/2005

      All Gave Some
      Some Gave All
      Never Forget the Sacrifices Made

      These are my opinions and not those of my dept.

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      • #4
        Aha...thanks, I should have noticed that. Great site.
        Member IACOJ

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        • #5
          Forgot to say it was a great site, it almst brought a tear to my eye
          Firefighter/ EMT-Basic
          Proud Soldier in the Iowa Army National Guard
          GLT 11/25/2005

          All Gave Some
          Some Gave All
          Never Forget the Sacrifices Made

          These are my opinions and not those of my dept.

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          • #6
            Very nice!

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            • #7
              We will never forget him!

              Hey, great site. My best wishes to the family and all of you who knew him. Will you be doing any fundraising in NYC?. I have been to events organized in memory of other firefighters who gave their life on 9/11 and these have had a great turnout.

              You might want to check out these two sites:

              http://www.tunneltotowersrun.org./

              http://www.adamsangels.org/links.html

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              • #8
                The graphic of the little kid wrapped in the flag is great.

                Another great way to create a positive legacy.
                Never argue with an Idiot. They drag you down to their level, and then beat you with experience!

                IACOJ

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                • #9
                  Nice web site. Keep up the good work. It is wonderful to see that friends and families are keeping our lost brothers alive in our memories. Hopefully we will NEVER forget!!!!

                  GOD BLESS THE FDNY

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                  • #10
                    www.politicsandprotest.com

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by PFD109NFD107
                      Nice web site. Keep up the good work. It is wonderful to see that friends and families are keeping our lost brothers alive in our memories. Hopefully we will NEVER forget!!!!

                      GOD BLESS THE FDNY

                      I couldn't agree more. It is great to see that there are outstanding people willing to step up to help remember the fallen. Great job with the site!!!

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                      • #12
                        FF Steven Coakley Web Site

                        The little girl is Steven's niece. That picture is on a shirt that is for sale on the web site.

                        Thanks for the input on the site. It was done by a friend of mine who is Retired FDNY. He has a site also. www.bravestmemorial.com

                        Take care and be safe out there.
                        GOD BLESS THOSE WHO WENT BEFORE US

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