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Hudson remembers local victim of attacks
Cutulo, who assisted in search and rescue at Ground Zero following 9/11 and was also involved in investigations of the terrorist attacks, moved to New Hampshire in 2008.
Pausing for a moment to remember two close friends who passed away “as a result of the terrorist attacks,” Cutolo said she preferred to focus on the inherent goodness of mankind that was demonstrated in the days to follow.
That close sense of community was also demonstrated following 9/11 and during the unveiling of the local memorial.
Reverend David Howe, who led the audience in a moment of reflection, urged all to keep their memories constant in their consciousness.
“For most of us, this is an event that stands out in our lifetime,” he added. “Lord, would you please bless America once again?”firstname.lastname@example.org
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