As the 5th year since the September 11th attacks begins to pass us by, it is important that we stop and take the time to remember those people who lost their lives that day. This is my tribute.
On the morning of September 11th, 2001, Louis Inghilterra, 45, woke up in an apartment in
Louis was a Senior Vice President and Treasurer of the Fiduciary Trust International, which was located on the 95th floor of Tower Two of the
“Louis was a wonderful father,” Diane said in interviews. She said that he played guitar, and listened to jazz and old rock music, and approached life with a sense of wonder.
Louis was originally from the town of
Here is a photograph of Sam, placing flowers at the steel fragments that were supposed to be placed into the memorial. http://www.lohud.com/dailygallery/012206/pages/10.htm
I never met Louis, or any of his family, but his story has touched my life. I hope his memorial is built, and I hope I have done his story justice. If any of his family of friends happens to read this tribute, I want you to know that I’m so sorry for your loss, and I hope that by celebrating Louis’ life, I have honored him. He deserves no less.