This high quality book is a written personal account from a volunteer Red Cross nurse who responded to the 9-11 tragedy and served at Pier 94. It is a daily account, filled with touching stories of many of whose lives were forever changed on that fateful day. It includes stunning behind the scene color pictures taken by an injured worker during the first weeks of the recovery effort along with letters and pictures created by children.
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This book is dedicated in honor of those who gave of themselves and their resources during the recovery effort.About the Author:
Mary, 53, resides in Redding, California with her husband of 35 years, Roy. After raising their two boys, she returned to college at the age of 38 and earned her R.N. degree in 1992. Feeling the need to "give back something to the community", she volunteered for the local chapter of The American Red Cross in 1996. She now serves as the Supervisor of Disaster Health Services in three counties and has been distinguished with the Clara Barton Award. In addition, she has received written commendations from the California State Senate and the Assembly. When asked for a favorite quote, she quickly replies with two Bible verses:" Do unto others as you would have them do unto you", and, "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for a friend." Mary is an accomplished public speaker and to date is seeking a greater role in women’s ministries.
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Book Description Longwood Communications, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1883928443