Sunday Service July 7: Don’t Let the Memory Die
|9/11 Memorial Plaza|
The 9-11 attack not only killed more than 2,000 people, it robbed the soul of this Nation! I do not want the memory of the fallen and losses of the 9-11 to disappear. I want to share the story of the physical and spiritual pain in connection with my Ground Zero experiences and how I finally ended up here in Sierra Vista. It is a story of love, compassion, and caring of people in the immediate aftermath of this unspeakable event.
Message: Loring Miller
Bio: Loring Miller has been involved with law enforcement since 1981 in both Nassau and Suffolk Counties in Long Island, NY. He has served in five different law enforcement and support agencies; of which many were involved with the activities on 9-11 at Ground Zero of the World Trade Center. Loring volunteered to serve in the rescue efforts. As the Chief Executive Officer of the Nassau and Suffolk Counties Police Reserves he was very involved and he has a powerful story to share.