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Moving On, or Not: Five Years After Sept. 11

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Moving On, or Not: Five Years After Sept. 11

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Moving On, or Not: Five Years After Sept. 11

Moving On, or Not: Five Years After Sept. 11

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Five years ago this coming Monday, Marian Fontana's husband Dave, a firefighter, was killed while trying to rescue people at the World Trade Center site in lower Manhattan. Since that time, Fontana became the president of the 9/11 Family's Association, wrote a memoir — and tried to get on with her life. Fontana is the author of A Widow's Walk: A Memoir of 9/11.

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