Sue E. Okenyi Healing The Hero's Heart

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Healing The Hero's Heart

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Sometimes a listening ear or a shoulder to cry on is all someone needs to lift them up out of the depths of despair and bein the healing process. When the company of Pelco opened its heart and hand to New York's Bravest and Finest in their darkest hour, a chain reaction took place opening the door for healing in ways no one could have ever imagined or foreseen. One CEO did what he could, and his efforts allowed others to give in ways they otherwise could not. "Healing the Hero's Heart" is the author's personal account of this tragedy through the hearts and eyes of those who were saving lives and searching for remains at Ground Zero; the survivors, their families and friends.

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As the 9/11 tragedy began to unfold three thousand miles from her California home, little did Sue Okenyi know that her life would become intricately woven within the lives of so many of New York's Bravest and Finest - FDNY, NYPD and Port Authority officers. This is Sue Okenyi's personal account. She has worked for Pelco for 14 years. In July of 2005, she was named "Person of the Week" by KFSN-30, an ABC Affiliate.

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This book is a record of certain events that transpired on - and following - the 9/11 tragedy. We all know about and have images in our minds of the smoke, the fire, and rubble. But this book's author shares a glimpse of what went on in the hearts and minds of New York's fire fighters who were at Ground Zero, and the ripple effect that was felt by others as far away as 3,000 miles. This is like no other book I've read on the subject. I commend her efforts of bringing this to light. --Mayor Alan Autry, City of Fresno, CA

In this book, author Sue Okenyi has captured the spirit that is America through her words, the photos, and the actions of strangers who reached out to lend a helping hand of moral support to those who so courageously helped on that fateful day and every day - New York's Bravest and Finest and the Port Authority. This book shows the affinity, sincerity, and humanity from which this great country was formed and has never been alloyed, even from one of our darkest days in history. --Barry McGuire - Singer, Song Writer, Musician

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