Remembering 9/11 and the World Trade Center is unique for each of us as we recall exactly where we were and have unforgettable images that pass through our minds as we recall that dark day and the days, weeks, and months that followed.
Some of those memories involve the horrors of the impact of deliberate, hate-filled action, yet other memories are of the many who stepped up to fill the many needs that arose from that horrific day.
Our own Walt Lietz was one of those special citizens whose skills were needed.  He worked for months to help identify remains of over 1800 of the 3000 who lost their lives that horrible morning. 
Our July 6 program highlighted his work which personified his personal philosophy - "The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the one."