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It's been 16 years since the world changed and almost as long since I've been back to New York City. The memories are overwhelming but in the aftermath our country was able to come together in a way that I'd never seen. Today I'm reminding myself that every moment matter and life is too short to be anything but happy. #groundzero #91101 #sistertrip

I prefer to remember the #TwinTowers this way. Hardly home but always reppin 💔🇺🇸🗽#neverforget #91101

Gone but never forgotten #worldtradecenter #nyc #91101 #ilovemycity #shecleansupnicely
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Today's a day I'm extra proud to back the blue. So lucky to still have these two around, a day us McGrath's will definitely never forget 💙❤ Love to all of those who lost loved ones on this day 16 years ago #91101

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It's been 16 years since the world changed and almost as long since I've been back to New York City. The memories are overwhelming but in the aftermath our country was able to come together in a way that I'd never seen. Today I'm reminding myself that every moment matter and life is too short to be anything but happy. #groundzero #91101 #sistertrip

✈ ▌▌NeverForget ✈ ▌▌the victims of 9/11
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PATRICK JOSEPH BUHSE
World Trade Center
LIVING LARGE, PLAYING HARD

The yelling, screaming, posturing and power plays of the trading floor were Patrick J. Buhse's idea of nirvana. A government bond trader for Cantor Fitzgerald, Mr. Buhse, 36, scrapped his way up from entry level in "the cage" at 18 and never worked anyplace else. "College or Cantor," was his take on higher education.

He lived large and played hard: Mr. Buhse was a Budweiser man. What he liked even better than amassing money was giving it away to relatives. A car here, a fur coat there, private school for the nieces and nephews. Sure, he drove a Honda, but it was brand-new. "He wasn't showy, but all his toys had to be new and clean," said his wife, Susan. "And his television had to be the biggest." Relentlessly social, Mr. Buhse looked for any excuse to entertain on the town or at home in Lincroft, N.J. He loved telling jokes, and was not above stealing other people's anecdotes and improving them. He doted on his two children and reserved Friday nights for family in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, where he was the loudest of six siblings. "The glass was always half full, not half empty," his wife said. "His motto was, 'Live for the moment.' "
Profile published in THE NEW YORK TIMES on September 28, 2001.

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✈ ▌▌NeverForget ✈ ▌▌the victims of 9/11
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NANCY BUECHE
World Trade Center
HER DAUGHTER'S INSPIRATION

Nancy Bueche had a 10-year-old daughter, Bridget, and a full-time job at Aon Corporation in the World Trade Center, and was within months of receiving a bachelor's degree in business administration. Bridget was a primary reason for Mrs. Bueche to push herself to attend night classes for three years, said Jim Bueche, her husband. "She wanted to show our daughter you can do it," he said. "Anything she did, she did for our daughter." On weekends, he said, Mrs. Bueche, 43, and Bridget were inseparable. "Starting Friday night all the way through Sunday," he said. In the summer, they would pick up Mrs. Bueche's mother, go to the beach and return to their home in Hicksville, on Long Island, for Mr. Bueche's barbecue.

In the winter, he said, they would shop. "As soon as it started to get cold," he said. "Clothes for Bridget. Christmas presents for her mother. They'd hit the mall or some big sale somewhere. When they got tired of that, they'd go to children's movies. Or the library." Now, he said: "I try to keep her busy with friends and her softball team. But it isn't the same." A few weeks ago, Mr. Bueche and Bridget went to Briarcliffe College, which was giving Mrs. Bueche a posthumous honorary degree. Despite her grief, Bridget has kept up grades, he said. "I tell her: `Mother got all A's. You can do it, too.' "
Profile published in THE NEW YORK TIMES on June 30, 2002.

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DENNIS BUCKLEY
World Trade Center
FROM LACROSSE TO POOL

Dennis Buckley of Chatham, N.J., was a big man, 6 feet, 210 pounds, with an athletic build. He had been a star lacrosse player at Lynbrook High School and graduated from the University of Maryland, which he attended on a full lacrosse scholarship. "He still walks like he's carrying a lacrosse stick," said his wife, Cathleen, speaking of him in the present tense, although she had just come from making funeral arrangements.

He was 38, a bond broker at Cantor Fitzgerald, the father of three girls ranging in age from 22 months to 6 years. A memory his wife holds dear is the massive Mr. Buckley taking his three girls, with their three pink Barbie doll towels, to the swim club. His eldest daughter, Mary Kate, had her sixth birthday 12 days after the attack, and Mrs. Buckley decided to go on with the party. "She's 6," Mrs. Buckley said. "Not having it would be like almost taking it away from her." She speaks of what has become a community of loss, the World Trade Center people who did not come home, and begins to weep. "As short as it was, I was really lucky to know him. Part of me looks at these younger widows. I at least have my family." Profile published in THE NEW YORK TIMES on September 29, 2001.

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