Stephen Gerard. Siller‚ 34‚ firefighter‚ FDNY‚ Squad 1. Siller was on his way to play golf with his three older brothers when he heard about the World Trade Center attack. He called his wife‚ turned around‚ and headed back to the firehouse to collect his gear. He loved playing sports‚ reading‚ talking‚ watching the Mets‚ and helping people. A devoted husband‚ Siller was the father of five beloved children.
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