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Anonymous (not verified)

February 18, 2020

I know I don't know you (Daniel) or any of your family but I felt like I just needed to say something. I still don't understand (and don't think I ever will) the acts of terrorism on that day. To take the lives of innocent people without one bit of grief how or why they did it is beyond me. I feel for you and your family. And I can only hope that after ten years your family can deal with your death more easily. Its crazy to think that there are so many people that were lost on 9/11. 9/11 is always thought of as a huge act of terrorism with a huge mass of dead people. But a lot of the times we never stop to think about the individuals and families that are effected by this crazy act of violence. So that's why I stopped by this page to let you know know that i'm thinking about the individual and that includes you.

Posted by Samantha Mikelson

Anonymous (not verified)

February 18, 2020

Dear Stacey and the Afflitto Family,
I looked at the beautiful pictures of Dan and his family and I appreciate you posting them. I always think of him and you on this day. I remember him in high school always walking in the hallways with his mom at the end of the day if she worked as a substitute.I always knew he loved his family. Please know that everyone who knew Dan think and pray for him and his lovely family. His boys are beautiful and look like him..what a gift. God bless you all and know that you are forever in our prayers.
Sincerely,
Christine

Anonymous (not verified)

February 18, 2020

Dear Joe & Eleanor

My thoughts are with you this day....my deepest feelings accompany those thoughts.

Bert

Posted by Dr. Bert Rotman

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