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"frank siller" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

06:17 min | 10 months ago

"frank siller" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"The pile not everyone but most people that are on that pile and now dying of nine eleven related illnesses. They were looking for my brother. They were looking for their coworkers. They're looking for their friend zillow for their fathers. The mothers the brothers sisters and now they're dying sold foundation made a promise that we're gonna take care. Those families now As well very proud of that it's amazing. What kind of leader are you. I mean you seem like a guy that would be really fun to work for work with. How intentional are you on your leadership journey. How would you describe yourself as a leader. Lee are you. I coached for forty years. Yeah coach different sports for forty years. kids primarily but then i i did travel sports in infants stuff and i think that the the best way to lead by example avenue. Obviously you know. I'm parents grandparents so i can't say something and go do something else. Alameda means so i just finished a five hundred thirty seven mile journey. I walked from the pentagon to shanksville with twenty th anniversary right so once again i said it out loud right now i gotta go do it so i trained for almost a fifteen months. I trained before. I set out on that on that walk and so when people say commitment they'd wanna commit you know if i'm not working hard other people gonna work hard so i think anybody anybody who wants to lead. You have to lead by example and i'm not saying i do anything so special other than a. I work hard always worked hard and i think that's the number one number two straight stay true to to your course and don't ever give up. Don't ever give up so you get knocked down smackdown whatever it may be you get back up and you keep on plugging away. You can reach. You can reach your goal. You just never stopped. Just keep your eye on on the ball and just keep on moving towards him before you know it. You're going to move the ball down the field more because you can change your goals because they're going to get bigger because you got to close your other goal and an and you keep keep on And you keep on doing that. But i think the most important thing is how we treat each other as human beings and we're very spiritual foundation we believe in you know. High powell believe in god. I'm a christian. I believe in jesus christ and And i think that we treat everybody that way inside the foundation of all my siblings They're the so beautiful on the least nicest at my other are just like a pedestal like they just Just so christian so christian the just they just you know beautiful people so we we all live a certain way and you know and you know. I don't get paid something still get paid. I think people appreciate that they know on that lining my pockets in for you know if i got paid. Would i be doing something wrong. No absolutely not. But i don't and So i i think all those little things. People know that we're dedicated. We're so dedicated into my brother's legacy and the legacy of all these great heroes That paid the ultimate sacrifice on the war on terror. Or uh serve or a first responders. Continue doing it every day. People see that commitment and they want to join us. They want join us because we're no snow b. s. it's real Widow in israel. The results are results driven person. That's why i wanna fifty houses today. I wanted to show that after my walk through six states. Five hundred thirty seven miles with a lot of people. Join us on a mission. We had other people make some people some people call us and want to pay off a mortgage. People do eleven dollars a month. Some people do something between whatever any person can do. Whatever means you know you you do what you what you can. People want to join us on this mission because we we really do deliver an a results driven type person so keep on doing it. Like somebody says what you've been putting on your million dollars on the side for you down later on and stuff. I said if we keep doing what we're doing the worry about that it'll take care of itself Let's take care of all the families first. let's just take. Don't get me wrong. I understand the importance of making sure. There's a rainy day fund to make sure that you can continue. If you have a little dass slide for a month. Two or three goes six months. Whatever it may be but which we've never experience but But nonetheless you wanted to show the results you want you wanna make sure that you take care of these families. That's the goal and the russell come right behind it all. Come behind it as long as you keep on staying true to commission. I love that as you look on the road. What what's the. What's the big dream was the dacians goal that you're trying to trying to achieve. It's very simple so simple. We're going to be here for the need. Is there for the needle. Napa change firefighters police officers die every year. Yeah to over two hundred this year be over two hundred the die this year so the need will always be there. They'll always be another conflict. Say yeah no always be another conflict. So gold saw families are going to be there and so catastrophically service memphis. I hope that there's not another conflict forever. I pray for that. Ray you and i you know you served your country you know that. That's the improbability. You know that somebody will definitely come after us another time there are people you know they're going to continue trying to kill us. Yeah is no doubt about it. Not in my mind whatsoever. Not a smart as you right you. How can people. I mean what's before asked that what is a story that really stands out to you. The i mean. I'm sure there's like thousands of thousands of stories as one that really stands out to you when that really impacted the most. Can you think of one. So the so many like you just said there's just so many families that That have been a remember genital. Who's goal.

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"frank siller" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

04:54 min | 10 months ago

"frank siller" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"And i think it should be a promise that we make all to all these service members into our first responders that that we're going to take care of their families that left behind. Hey agree you doing such great work. I i just. It's just amazing. It gives me chills thinking about it must be very. I mean you're driven. It's probably a dichotomy one hand. You're like god. There's so much more we could do. We need to do everything. And i'm sure that drives drives you internally it's got to give you a lot of satisfaction there's got to be so many amazing stories of of lives that you've impacted. That's gotta be very rewarding in a sense. And i know that it right i mean some of the stories are just gotta be amazing right. I mean the heroism is just incredible but he so rich all these families that we end up helping you will become part of our family right. It's incredible just had the annual tunnel to towers run here in new york city on september. Twenty sixth right we nearly thirty five thousand people run through that tunnel like my brother right. We hit a five. Fives is from all over the united states. Running full gear. We have police officers gear. We had a military. They've rocked in oregon so they they. It's just incredible. What they were doing. We had twenty five hundred west point Cadets that run cadence through that tunnel we have our egypt service members that we built houses for another one to join us ran through that tunnel in a. We had one a net issue. We have a todd nicely. The second quadruple amputate ever survive. Any wartime ran through that tunnel. Todd is run has run through that tunnel putting on his prosthetics thing about that. Yeah that's awesome minus full limbs. And i'm not just talking like i'm talking about way up there. Don't really lose. You know four limbs above the elbows by the knees so you so all these people are are are retracing these in my brother's footsteps by all these heroes at their goldstone families there for i respond to families of their hundreds upon hundreds Hundreds of them nine eleven family members of their hundreds of hundreds of them and they're all running for their loved one yet. they're all. It's it's like a thousand runs inside this. One run in my brothers run. Tunnels the towels. Run thousand great stories in there. And that's what i wanted to be. That's what i want the whole family foundation the big. It's not just about steven. Yeah it's personal for me you know. I started with my siblings this foundation. Because what my brother did. But there are thousands of stevens out. They make the ultimate sacrifice and the families of the left behind that we want. We want to honor them. And the and this is the way that all these families come together a part of the silla family and the relationships just just incredible but they all want to help the next one ahead of the next family going forward. They want to pay for it. That's the beautiful part of it. It's just amazing. I just gives me chills even thinking about just doing such great work internally. How do you even before this happened. I what did you do you own a business for you know entrepreneur before this or what did you do. Yeah so. I did a few the few different. Things always worked for myself. Been entrepreneur and mostly retail But i also was a builder. You still sold to build a house. It wasn't afraid to build a house. 'cause i certainly how to build a house i'm not going to say and i was a tremendous builder. Knew what it worked intimidated. Yeah so and then. I understood business on the business side that you just. Can't you know you turn the key. It's a lot of things that go along with. It and i understand understood about making sure that I didn't have a first employee until next seven years until the foundation while yet so we did everything ourselves all the siblings. We did you know in volunteers. We had thousands of you know of volunteers and we still died day. This this year's run think we had seven thousand. Volunteers somme seven thousand volunteers. That helped us this year at the top of the tower run in new york city. That's a small army itself to organize end to make sure everyone's doing their jobs. So that background it. My business background in my building background gave me the the knowledge to make sure that the foundation is run In the proper way once again never never I think we'd be doing this work with them. But there's such a need for it so now is no choice is absent choice right. We have to do it because it's the right thing to do. Look we base a lot of the foundation. On very simple principle. Saint francis said assistance while we have time. Let us do good now. This is good. This work is good and roll running out of time so you can't waste the day..

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"frank siller" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

06:51 min | 10 months ago

"frank siller" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"Quarters of a mile and up for about a mile quarter and It occasion imagine what was going through his mind that somebody runs through the tunnel comes out the other side and what. Ccc's hell on earth. He looks up in all. There's no doubt. I mean. I say he looks up was with them but one was looking up those buildings and you saw a like i said hell on in a people faced with such a horrible decision people above the filing. Think about those poor souls kid you know that were could you know they weren't gonna get out so they had burn will jump in many jumps and so there goes up west street and what we believe. He went into the south tower. Because that's where the rest of his firefighter. Buddies were recovered Stephen was never recovered and gave up his life. While saving other is siblings he was. The youngest of seventy is a little baby brother. He was a lot younger than all of us. A lot younger i. My oldest brother was twenty five years older than ulsan agent. I was fourteen years older than guys. All the ones in between like i said youngest of seven so So when we found out what he did you know. Obviously we didn't know what he did. You know On that day on day but you soon thereafter. We put all the pieces together. His truck was found right at the mouth of the brooklyn battery tunnel and witnesses soaring through the tunnel so it was Was unbelievable and we just wanted to on on what he did. So that's where we com tunnel to towers. He ran through the tunnel to the towers of that. And that's what we saw at the foundation We will up running by december two thousand one out that seung fishing and the whole idea behind. It was what at the time the genesis was like. You know what all these Widows and all these people have lost. Their parents are disrupted and the idea was from the geico was to take the mortgage What was the what was. What was the genesis beginning. it was. we didn't even. We did work with nine. Eleven families you know and the kids left behind but we primarily would just with kids that went lost a parent right Because my brother was often by the time he was ten we knew what he went through right. His whole story is incredible how he overcame such tragedy in his own life. Any new that everyday was so precious in this way he lived it that way. and So we're in the very in the beginning we wanted to do is really just honor the sacrifice. We didn't go out to to do the work with doing. We've built the first smart home in two thousand eleven. Okay and i to say when we built the smart home for the country's most catastrophically Servicemember the first quadruple amputee to ever survive. Any war said we built a smart home. But it's not. Because i was so smart it was because somebody showed up every day. As we're building this house and said we should put it in the smart technology into this house so so in other words god put us on a certain path that we had no idea the on and we were doing good things important things so the first ten years or so you know nine ten years but it all changed for the foundation once we built at first smart home for our country's most catastrophic lesion servicemember ajayi brendan morocco. Who was from all hometown. Steve was born where i was born. We're family grew up and went down to visit him at walter reed army medical And while i was brendan can we build you a home and after we built that hong it was like okay now the so many guys survive in this battle feel that would have died in other conflicts but was surviving because of the advances in medicine that we were such a need so we saw buildings houses. We've built over a hundred houses all over the united states today But there's still more that that that has to be done so that's a change two thousand eleven the foundation the mission of always doing good was always there but now became a we gotta raise a lot of money now because each one of these homes are at over a half a million dollars each. You know we can't just raise a million dollars which is good in its own way. Don't get me wrong but now we have to do a lot more. I love it. I love what you doing. And i didn't know that and it's amazing for ten years in an you kind of got a light bulb like spark kinda hit your something right and it's always interesting to me when i want to talk to people. You know five hundred conversation on this show. It's always fun to hear how well we started doing this. And we ended up here and we had no idea we were going to be here. And i love how you kind of. I dunno pivoted or changed. Listened to the nudging. I don't know i mean. is that what. what's what. Listen to nudging from upstairs. Yes a brother go us. you know. it's nice what you're doing but there's a great need out there and you know first quadruple amputee survive. Any war was from hometown. You know what i mean. So yeah wasn't that. I it it it like we had to do was listen and then if you recall in two thousand. Fourteen december twentieth in new york city. There was two. Police officers actually Detective liu and ramos were assassinated. They would just sitting in their strike. Honor that's crazy. Person for maryland. Came up door to be okay to kill options because they will cops and And we went to visit him. I went with actually former mayor. Rudy giuliani on on christmas eve to these families we heard that they were worried about their mortgages. If you can stay in their homes right. We heard that i went there. We visited my told missile. We're gonna we're gonna pay off you we're going to pay off your mortgages and that's when we start the doleful fallen first responders paying off the mortgage mortgages. Now you know we did fifty of them today fitting out so fifty today today today so so it changed everything again. It changed everything again and said oh my god now we have to raise so much woman is a tremendous need out there so we had to work harder and to get the message out of the good work that we're doing and of course if we're doing full for fallen first responders catastrophic lynch's servicemembers. Could you not do for gold star. Families went to war because what happened on september eleventh. All these families are given the lies off a country. We if we don't for first responders at died in the line. Do you better do for gold star families the light-duty leave young kids behind so so the same year. Two thousand fourteen. We added on a gold star families..

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"frank siller" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:50 min | 11 months ago

"frank siller" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The number two T dot org. ABC at the tunnel to Towers five K Walk, Run N Y. C. Maybe Greg Kelly's Your guy. Or maybe you're a Big Bernie and sit in the morning fan. Donate by supporting your favorite W. ABC team. Help us Remember those Lost on 9 11 as we retrace f d N Y Firefighter Stephen Sylar's final footsteps together Sunday, September 26th at 9:30 A.m. Walk with US help tunnel to towers at WNBC radio. Com slash walk. Hit the registration button. And we'll see you there. Traffic and transit BQ. He is backed up, but we had an accident. Westbound at Atlantic Avenue. We just got a report. It's been cleared. But bumper to bumper traffic on the BQE from the L I e down towards Atlantic Avenue in Banda Juarez is jam for 39th Street through Atlantic cavity. Brooklyn Bridge also jammed. Add a Manhattan into Brooklyn. The outbound side of the Holland Tunnel. Not too bad about 5 to 10. Minutes late, Same for the Lincoln West Side Highway moving well up to the G W I'm Jake release W. ABC traffic This is Rudy Giuliani, one from the tragedy of 9 11. The tunnel to Towers Foundation has been honoring America's heroes. Ever since this year, the foundation is bringing 200 mortgage free homes to Gold star and fallen first respond to families with young Children and to our nation's most catastrophically injured veterans and first responders. Frank Siller connected where America was attacked on foot from the Pentagon to Shanksville to downtown Manhattan,.

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"frank siller" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"frank siller" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

"Our first responders. It's a. it's a really sweet way to feel empowered to make a difference and is a great way to get your family to as kids that don't even know about what happened on nine eleven beautiful thing. Everything and look. Kids are magnificent. You give them an opportunity to do something good. They're going to do it. But the only take the lead from the parents as parents. We better make sure in grandparents that we set a good example that we take care of people that gave us this country as you said earlier. Delilah right we live in. This country is because we are beautiful. People that protect us gives us this way of life than it comes a price with that and the price in some cases a pave by the ultimate sacrifice when we better take care of these families. It's that simple key. The number two t. dot org go there now as soon as you finish listening to this. Podcast t the number two t. Dot org and be a blessing. An impact someone's lives. Thank you thank you. Thank you frank. Thank you for being here with us. Iq was beautiful. You do this again one. They're all right. Thank you on or call twenty years ago. Seems like a long time but for those who were there for those who lost their loved ones. Their friends. Their coworkers. Their neighbors or their brother. That day is vivid. And ron for america and for the world our trust in our fellow man was shaken frank and those who work tirelessly to support not only not only the first responders families from nine eleven but our military and our first responders today are doing their part to revive our trust in goodness and hope because while we will never forget the tragedies of nine eleven we also must never stopped believing. That love wins. Frank sat down with me just before he embarked upon his commemorative. never forget. walk a five hundred mile journey. That will see him trekking through six states in six weeks time he kicked it off on august first at the pentagon in washington. Dc and is now twenty four days into his mission that will also take him through shanksville pennsylvania and will end up at ground zero in new york city on september eleventh. He'll be joined gold star and fallen first responder family members. Nine eleven family members firefighters law enforcement veterans dignitaries and others along the route in the final segment on nine eleven. Twenty twenty one. Frank will retrace his brother's footsteps as he raced towards the towers twenty years ago. I am so grateful to frank and those like him who take it upon themselves to do good when we first started the conversation. He said he wants to do good. You can to learn more about tunnel to towers foundation t the number to t t to t dot org follow tunnel to towers on facebook twitter instagram at tunnel to towers. Thank you for taking the time to be with us today as we told stephen story. Join me here on. Love someone next time on the air each and every night you know. I'm on the air every night. Right where i do my best to shine a light of love into dark corners to soothe some aching hearts. And ask you to remind you to reach.

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"frank siller" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"frank siller" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

"More. Moss hasn't been five quad. You blame pitches. But there's thirty eight triple amputees. I was visiting saizen on the anniversary. The tenth anniversary of nine eleven. We had a small concerts. We told stories on nine eleven. We told some stories of different families. We didn't even tell my brothers saw. He told other people search and i was on the stage giving a few words and i said look. We're building these houses for quadruple. Amputees is thirty. Triple amputees assume. Now we're going to build these thirty houses out of your mouth. Came that commitment. And then you're like wait a minute. I said it out loud. And i do that all the time delilah. That's what i learned in mice. Say it out loud and you have to completed. Set it out loud. That my sister's what all by god what she's doing up this You know 'cause to fathom that is millions of dollars. But i know god takes care of us because we're so purely what we're doing is so pure. I know they would attract people to us to help us build these houses. I had the utmost confidence and we have both so many of these smart homes all over the country. But that's how we started with smart homes. But i'm gonna tell you how we saw with pain off the mortgages for police officers and first response december twenty two thousand fourteen new york city. There was two police officers sitting in a car. And somebody come up of baltimore and they thought it was all right to kill adopters foreseeable uniform and it came out and assassinated sitting in cup just boom detectors lower detectors ramos. You probably remember it. Yeah so i went. Visited the family on christmas eve. We went there and we heard that they were concerned about their mortgages. And how they're going to seeing the houses. These were the red winners of the family. And we said we're gonna pay off your mortgage. We raised enough money ten days. Not only pay komo's but we've remodeled their homes. So i saw the difference that make. And i said you know what we gotta do this now for all police officers and first responders so we took on that commitment and you know what because more and more people join us once again the number two t. Dot org says tunnel to towers t the number two t. dot org. They donate eleven dollars a month. We're able to take care of these families. But i need a lot wash. My hope is an eye precious that we had a million people. Join us on this mission. We could take care of every police officer every firefighter. Every i respond to every piece military personnel. The dice online at duty and leave young kids behind every year. Forever forever thank frank on. My show is never been and never will be political. I will never take a political stand because my show. I want my show to be inclusive. And i don't want anyone to ever feel nor do we that they don't belong the and that was just the point. I was gonna make the beautiful thing about what you're doing is if you if you have an ounce of gratitude in your heart for the country that we live in the lifestyles. We've been blessed with the freedoms we enjoy saying. Thank you in a tangible way. It's one thing you know. I always walk up whenever. I see anybody in uniform. Anybody firefighter police officer military person. I always try to walk over and say thank you. I appreciate the sacrifices you make and that might hopefully touch their heart for a minute but if you truly want to put your love in action and you truly want to say thank you. What a beautiful way to do it two cups of coffee a month. I you know. I drink dirty kyla as about once a week. I don't drink coffee and tea drinker. But about once a week i might treat myself and go through a coffee stand and if i decided not to do that that would be about twenty bucks a month. Twenty five bucks a month bet i could easily and never even miss. Never you never miss it and people watch when we deliver these house. They could say i was part of that. That's the beauty of it. I helped give this military guys family. Who died for our country. Moishe rehome or i helped as firefighter. Who ran up a building and fill through flaw and died less kids behind. I help pay their mortgage speaking of kids. How are stevens kids. You said he had five thereof the great kids great individual so would would bless. Napa listening fortunate. They was surrounded by love. On my sister-in-law's family is phenomenal. Aid stepped up. They just been terrific in you know. As far as the offense is concerned such pain in the ass as you could get rid of macedon if ya i mean. That's so you know we Said to say we knew the routine because we know that You know would. Stephen went through when he was a little boy now now as kids have to go through that. But how many lives has your brother's life the sacrifice he made impact it. I i agree with you. It's incredible in one day. He'll he will be joined with a lot of special people. There's no question about in the meantime. We got a whole lot. Eleven to do and a whole lot of houses to build exactly so t the number two t tunnel he towers dot net the number two dot walks cheek and number two t. dot org all right. Well hopefully many many people will say you know what. I don't need that coffee. I'm gonna donate eleven dollars a month. Or maybe they'll say. I lost my brother. I lost my sister. I lost my mom and in their their memory. I'm gonna donate my coffee every week. But i'm going to also step up and donate one for mom or dad. Think how many houses we could build in we in. I'm already a part of it. We live life. The you're saying that an pedestrian. Exactly what i want. I want everyone to take ownership and say we deliver. This house is what i want. It is not about just my brother. It's about the people we help and everybody comes together. We we as a conscience. We take care of the greatest of all americans here. Here's the thing i think. A lot of people feel helpless right now watching things go on around us. That are just mind. Boggling and a lot of us feel frustrated because we are powerless to do anything but by doing this by joining your efforts by making a donation by getting involved by doing the runs by sponsoring a run. How many people listening to my voice could say you know what i could do that. I could organize twenty my best friends and we could do a nine eleven run and we could raise money. We could ask for pledges. We could get our kids involved. We could have our kids do an obstacle course at the farm and we could raise money with they could get pledges and we could donate that to tunnel to towers and impact the lives of.

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"frank siller" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"frank siller" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

"I. s. p. dot com. How many people do think participate in the runs. That happen every year. Well with three hundred people in them and some runs out six seven thousand but run has forty thousand show you know so hundreds of thousands of people we have staerk lines. We have doff outings. We have events that people put off for us all over america because they want to join us. Because you know what here's the thing we're foresaw rating that sizing gets where a hundred percent transparency. Unless you in twenty twenty just tax return win ninety five cents of every dollar. those are programs. I don't get paid my siblings. Don't get paid. Tens of thousands of volunteers we deliver. We don't just say we've delivered some people to see with their money boss so you see this year. It's with a forty eight metal of honor recipients forty eight of the cement beautiful picture of my me in my wife and my six grandchildren awesome awesome. What show and portrait of people. That have sacrificed. It's all about family for us but it's also about a country. We're gonna take a break right now. We're talking with the gentleman who started the tunnels to tower organization charity project. And we will come right back and talk a little bit more about your heart about your passion about ways that people can get involved. this podcast. episode is all about an organization that provides help and hope to some very deserving recipients not unlike today's sponsor mercy ships mercy ships since floating hospitals to some of the poorest countries in the world with the crew of medical professionals provide free life changing surgeries to some very grateful patients. They are sustained entirely by the generosity of volunteers. And donors just like you. You can help in three ways you can give you can go and you can pray. Learn more about the organization volunteer opportunities and how to make a donation by visiting mercyships dot org slash love. That's mercyships dot org slash love. We are back on. I'm kinda quiet today. I'm kinda subdued because when we open this podcast you were describing what steven did on nine eleven running through the tunnel and my podcast producer. Sip me all the information beforehand. So i knew that i get that all the time till very genuine tonight and i appreciate it and it is off breaking but is so inspiring will. My brother did in that season. Spite us to be better not bitter at amazing because if that minds little brother. I don't know that i wouldn't be a little better. No i was bitter. I can't tell you. How was that being said. I know that he doesn't want us to be said. We want to do good in this world and then mo certainly for our country so that that's what we hope is what a gift of peace that must be for thousands of people and it is thousands and yes i am i call almost every single widow myself and i talked to them over the last twenty years. I've learned how to speak to so many ways grieving and such unbelievable loss and i. I almost every one of them. I say on. Do you believe in life after death. Owen said no to me quite frank issue and they say yes. I do an i innocent innocent. I'm not talking about your husband. I'm talking about for you. Is life after desk for you. And you have to realize that the best way to honor somebody and tell anybody had agreed and outta get through things not doing that. I think the best way to honor somebody is to have a full good likes live a good life and they have to realize night in the beginning of course sh you just can't even get out of bed almost in the beginning but then when they realized that people care. That's what and. I think that that's a message that we bring to these widows or widowers that people care they don't know me i were somebody these they didn't even know. And here we are saying we're gonna pay off your mortgage and you will stay in the house that you will make an all the memories with your husband and your kids. You stated there and that's tremendous bird lift family tremendous financial because we all know the biggest expense we will have ride is on mortgage and it's done so what does that do that enables some of these families with a mother. A father can stay home and will work part-time set a fulltime job or whatever to pay mortgage and to and to fiji kits. Yeah it's hard enough to lose one parent and like you said if the apparent left behind then has to assume that financial obligation you lose two parents. Yes you lose the parent who passed on and you lose the parent. Who's now gone. You know eighteen hours a day trying to provide so you're right year. You're giving those kids mom or dad. Whoever is left behind you're giving them them more fully yielded. And how did i mean. How did this come to you. Like you're grieving. You lost your baby brother. He was ever recovered. So now you've got grief on top of grief. I lost a brother in an airplane accident. We didn't have the body we didn't have the remains. We didn't know what happened for years. So i know that compounded grief of not having that closure how long after you lost. Stephen frank did you go. You know what i could do this. I could help. i could help. Impact the lives of families like stevens. Walk me through that process. How god imparted that upon your heart. It the truth is we've been guided the hallway albeit. We did decide very early on. I remember talking to my sister lar and this is only weeks after my brother was gone. I said i think we should start a foundation to honor. Would stephen did and help kiss. Why not help. These kids left behind when they die in the line of duty. So that's when we first started. I'm gonna tell you we were doing a lot but in two thousand ten. The first ever quadruple amputee that emphasized any war was from west. Steam was born where i was born in. Staten island new york. And i went down to visit him. Walter reed army. Medical centers named sergeant brendan morocco. I'd always down there. I was talking to him. And i said brandon the tunnels the towers foundation build you a mortgage free homes and he accepted. And we've delimited. June eleventh two thousand eleven so it was almost on a tenth anniversary three months short the tenth anniversary of nine eleven so we were doing a lot. You know raising a million dollars a year. Seven hundred thousand dollars a year. Whatever up to that point but now we built this house. I raised the cost of seven hundred thousand dollars to build this house in new york area on us to tell you that and We put all the smart technology in it and then there was two more questionably abilities right away there survives and we said well we built for brendon. We have to bill for these guys. Some down walter reed all the time we need.

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"frank siller" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"frank siller" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

"We put a face to a number and it's very what these great americans are armed forgotten so sweet deal you come next. But at the end. I called a miracle the lows we feed all these thirty forty thousand people and we have a music festival where we're on them in a beautiful family way and it's just most patriotic day innovate. You could possibly yet lesbian at least on the twenty five hundred west points to debt that running james smith tunnel they chanted and run with live the catastrophically served as members that we've dull specially adopted mortgage free smart homes for and they're going through an occasion that the cadets are in cadence with the wounded warriors with the boss catastrophically injured servicemen. Was that we build for the most catastrophically ages servicemembers. Donald triple quadruple amputees collegiate paraplegics. And they're going through the tunnel to the absolutely todd nicely. Second quadruple amputee ever survive in. The battlefield is on saint louis. He puts on his first six by the way it takes about an hour to get ready in the morning. Just to get out of bed but he puts on wolford's for sex. He does the run. He runs through that tunnel. And it's it's just incredible out of whom have to be wheelchairs. A people have helped push through on the wheelchairs. Whatever on the news and by whatever it may be we have so many catastrophic Service members that do it yes was appointed. Debts are guarding an honor. God they run side of them and they're chanting in this. It's just so uplifting it's incredible. Have you made a movie or a documentary just about that. Yes we have just that picture. You just painted alone of these. Young fresh-faced cadets yes in uniform. I'm guessing or in fatigues their detainees. Yes credible i mean just just that mental image right now is breaking my heart and such a good way now then they go down the west point of death dan. Ground zero and commandant was superintendent. They go there in the nato ground zero right there and they talk about the importance of why they're serving their country and they say hey. Look at those guys in us. Ram with no shocker. Made in your willing to sign up indeed acas all on of military. We were blessed in this country that we have americans are willing to stand up and protect us is incredible so is just a whole days very emotional but it so beautiful so obviously too because like i said my brother rancher that tung would he came out the other side naked out the side out so as a family we chose that we go through tunnel our sadness on despair the loss of a little braga and so many others imus allowed friends that they besides and we have to come through that tongue. Come out the other side. We have to help foundation. Does we wanna make sure we take care of these families with somebody serves and could be our military. It could be. Glacial could be a firefighter. Law enforcement unit when so many serves the whole family. Sir yes amen to that. My my oldest son is a police officer and his whole family. He has four kids and a wife. That's been by his side through thick and thin through the tunnels of life for you know almost two decades now and they all pay the price they all serve they all. It's not a job. It's a life is calling so charles towels foundation new people listening to go to t the number two t. Dot org t the number two and t. Dot org tunnels two towers is what it stands for her bright and we people donate his lose. Eleven dollars a month but listen mississau- promise in contract waiting. We want people to join us on a mission when these great american heroes will serve the community or the country right now give kiss kiss goodbye and they don't come home we want to deliver them a mortgage free home so they have a mortgage three hundred thousand dollar mortgage whatever it is four hundred two fifty whatever it is. We wanna pay that mortgage off because that should be the promise that we have as americans to these families that if they're willing to protect some wilted die for us and when that happens does happen that we're gonna take care of their families and that's all promise as a foundation that we're gonna take every every i you find there in america the thyssen line of duty that leaves a young family by. And we've been doing that but we only do because people go and join us on a mission donate as little eleven dollars a month. You know many hands make slight work ness why we count on many people to join us. When's the last time you ate something that truly stopped you in your tracks if it's been too long since food is blown you away. It's time to try jenny's ice cream. Every pint of jenny's is an unforgettable crave worthy flavor. That makes you feel good. Try- brown butter almond brittle with a buttercream base and golden pockets of karen melon crunch. 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"frank siller" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"frank siller" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

"It's his whole life mission. It supports america's heroes in their families and helps our nation to keep its commitment to never forget this is going to be a powerful and moving episode of love. Someone i suggest you settle in. Grab some tissue. Prepare yourself for some strong emotional responses. I am honored to hear frank story and to help him. Share it with all of you. We will be speaking with frank. Ciller founder of tunnel to towers. Next right now. I wanna give some well. Deserved credit to one of my amazing podcast sponsors. Who make this very conversation possible. This podcast is sponsored by better. Help a company set up to help people. It's not a crisis line or self help group but a group of professionals who provide counseling that's done securely online. They make it possible for you to talk with them from the comfort of your own home or office. You don't have to limit yourself to counselors near you. And it's much more affordable than traditional counseling with financial aid available better help matches you with licensed professionals that specialize in everything from depression distress family conflict trauma grief to self esteem and much more. Everything is confidential. And it's easy to make appointments via video or phone. They can help you start living a happier life today. Receive ten percents off your first month by visiting better help dot com slash love someone. That's b. e. t. t. e. r. h. e. l. p. dot com slash. Love someone over one million people have taken charge of their mental health with better help. So welcome frank to love someone. We chose the name of this. Podcast love someone. Because that's my daily mission is to share real love in a dark world and boy. Have you been doing that in. Honor of your brother for twenty years now your tunnels two towers is the name of your organization to honor stephen. Your brother who paid the ultimate price. No greater love. Is there than this that you would lay down your life for a friend. And he laid down his for complete strangers. So tell me about your brother and how that inspired you to birth this organization. Well you know i we. I have to go axel. When i was a little boy. Really people to understand the unbelievable lost. We had as a family on september. Eleven two thousand one. So stephen was the youngest seven kids. My mother was forty forty five and she gave birth migrelief lesean did. She thinks she was done like had she like put. All the toddler toys away giving them out garage sales and was moving on teen years earlier. Because i was closest in age when i'm thirty years older than statements. So he really was a surprise. Know he was a miracle he was all little angel was all miracle and was just like the core of the family is very closed. My mother had six kids by the time. She's thirty she had at forty five and then so when he was eight and a half. My father died and a year and a half later. My mom dot ten years old. He was really often although he was blessed that he had much older siblings. My brother russ was twenty five years than stephen. And like i said. I was the closest in asia. Fourteen years old so i was in my twenties. My brother rush was in his thirty s when my parents side so we raised him primarily my brother rush out michael centrum and long island Deceiving was born and raised on staten island until he was saying years old and was out. Rockville centre saw. He and very realized that every day was precious life was very precious and then he grows up comes back to stand. I elizabeth me for short period time guest reintroduced to girl used to walk to school with that when he was in like second third fourth grade. You know they fall in love again married. I mean it's just it's fairytale and they get married. They have five beautiful kids. Oh my word. He's on top of the world is on top of the world. It comes firefighter at age. Twenty seven he's got everything to live for and then he's finished his night tour on september eleventh. Two thousand and one is on his way hall to play goff. My brother russified rather george myself in hand. The four brothers who've been playoff. He is on the radio scanner. That the towers were head goes back to his firehouse. Gets his gear. Goes to the math of the brooklyn battery. Tunnel were closed for security reasons that tunnels almost two miles long. You strapped sixty pounds of five year on his back runs through. That tongue comes out. The other side west street goes into what we believe the south tower because he was never recovered but we lost levin firefighter brothers that he worked with that day. They were all in the south tower and goes off the asimov saving people. He gives up his life so we which is overcome with emotion obviously on the day itself but then finding out what he did. We know that we had to do song as a family to honor and respect. Not only what steven did that they would. So many heroes did that they and that's where he started the tunnel to towers foundation in honor of all those who perished almost certainly my battle. I can tell you shared this story many times because you do it without hesitation all sort of share for twenty years and look on mission is pretty clear is very simple. We wanna make sure we never forget. That's the number one mission and we do lot of beautiful things. We'll get to that but the first mission is to never forget once you get not just see them but all two thousand nine hundred seventy seven souls defied that second is to honor the and then by doing good and doing good is something that we've been living by. My parents were franciscans. Saint francis said brothers and sisters. While you have time let us through good. That is very simple model that we let ooh good solid foundation wants to do good and we do good by taking care of the greatest of all americans. Those lilo who willing to die for you and for me. And that's what we did. We take care of the families that left behind and then we celebrate their lives. We have to celebrate their lives because they don't want us to be say they want us to enjoy life. The best that you can. You'll have bad days but we want enjoy life the best you. Can you want to celebrate what they did and their lives and you can only do that in joyous way and we do that all the time. We have been run. Every year in september we emulate. What steven did is final heroic foot. Such forty thousand people run through that tunnel. Thousands of firefighters thousands of police officers from yet turn out hits thousands of military rocky in other put the backpacks on solid rocks. You name it. They fill it. They want that weight. They want that challenge. They want respect. What was done. That day is just so moving. You come out of the brooklyn battery tunnel and when you run through. It's like a central must two miles long. When you come out. We have pictures of every five police officer. That died that day when you come out of town unless what you say.

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"frank siller" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"frank siller" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

"Twenty years ago twenty two decades ago. This september eleventh. Nearly three thousand lives were lost in the coordinated attacks upon the world trade center new york city the pentagon in washington dc and in shanksville pennsylvania where hijacked united airlines flight ninety three crashed after passengers sacrificed their own lives to prevent the terrorists from carrying out their larger mission on this day. New york city firefighter. Stephen siller ran with other first responders through the brooklyn battery tunnel to the twin towers where he gave his life saving others since that day. Stevens brother frank ciller has made it his mission to provide mortgage free homes to gold star and fallen first responder families with young children and to build custom designed smart homes for catastrophically injured veterans and first responders as a way of honoring his little brother's sacrifice and all who gave their lives for us on september eleventh two thousand and one frank founded the tunnel to towers foundation tunnel. Because his brother. Stephen ran through the tunnel to the towers. He founded the organization in two thousand and one and he has served as chairman which is an unpaid volunteer position since its inception..

"frank siller" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"frank siller" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Watch out for an accident on the shoulder heading through that area as well. If you're heading to the Hudson River crossing, still moving, Okay, the George Lincoln and at the Holland the East River crossings moving, Okay. Alternate side parking rules are in effect. Cloudy today. High of 80 Partly cloudy tomorrow high of 83 You now know where not to go? I'm Debbie Do him with Joe Piscopo. Am 9 70 the answer. Hey, show on the radio thing. Thank you. Leafless. It's one day bottom of your email. One day we're going to have like, uh, there's like this Piscopo City thing we're putting together and then we'll just roll cameras all attack. But I don't even know if we could talk about after the soon as they cut off the air. We go to Debbie and me to get too low. Go back and forth and Sibilia jumping in its the nuttiest conversation. I'm embarrassed to even tell you about and he goes right from. You know the news to that, you know, so maybe we'll reveal it one day. Yeah. Yeah, that would be well worth the price of admission along. Hey, Joe on the radio. It's your right. But you guys are life over there. Hello, Al you with us? Uh, we're all right. There's my guys. It's at the end of the week. I understand. Born from the tragedy of 9 11, the tunnel to Towers Foundation carries forward a legacy of courage and heroism. You know that for the Mark 20 years tunnel to towers is a gifting America's heroes and their families with 200 mortgage free homes. Think about that, please. This is huge. And I remember I was at the beginning days of tunnels of towers with Frank Siller. And Georgie Sylar in the Siller family, and I see how far channels the towers has come. Thanks to you, by the way for those donations, tt dot org. Just $11. A month is all we're asking, you can give more, though. And to honor the fallen chairman and CEO Frank Siller walks more than 500 miles through six states of 42 days from the Pentagon to Shanksville, culminating at ground zero.

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"frank siller" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"frank siller" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"What a great chasing. He's in an old beat up many. And you know it takes the police through this this crazy chase in Paris. And It's It's a really cool since a great movie. I'm acting when I think very underrated in those wolves, especially the first one. The first one kind of snuck up on you. You know, it was based on the Robert Ludlum book that it was out in the seventies or whatever it was, you know. And they finally adapted and made a movie out of it and It's just a great great Tightly action packed movie with a really good story. Um, you know the other movies. The Sequels were were decent. They weren't fantastic, but they were good. And then he comes back and Jason Bourne Which I thought was really good. You know, years later and they, you know, flush about again, etcetera, etcetera. Good stuff. Real good stuff. I really enjoyed that a lot of coming up in 20 minutes. Jason Stein. He's the brewer, owner of timber Ales will join me. This guy is making fantastic beer that is being brewed, actually buy a Connecticut brewer. But he's based in New York. Does that make sense? Well will in about 20 minutes from now, I've had a number of his beers over the last month and a half and Every one of them is fantastic. Hiss stouts are un riel his pa's air spot on and this is a guy who is essentially was a home brewer. And now has this A brewery. But really, he's a Gypsy brewer. It's It's a really cool story, and you definitely have to check it out coming up in about 20 minutes from now, But let's dive in the news and notes. We got a lot to get to here in this first segment. It is crazy, so I don't know if you saw on Twitter and on my craft beer cast page and posted in a couple of different places, so On September 11th. Which is a horrific day for the country. During a dine out to remember fundraiser the State Liquor Authority of New York on inspector Checked up on Joyce is Tavern. Apparently, the Elton Eatery lost its license to sell booze. Now it's this is such a crazy story. So Councilman Joe Borelli Had a book signing their choices Tavern about his his new book about revolutionary Staten Island and about how the Revolutionary War affected standout right. She has the signing outdoors in the patio. Um Councilman Borelli, No fan of the mayor of the city of New York and no fan of the governor and his tweeted lots of different things about them. Choices. Tavern has a sign in front of their In front of the restaurant that says Cuomo was killing our business. Because people want restaurants to open sooner, and I get it from the science standpoint, all the other stuff, whatever. But now they're allowing restaurants to re open at the end of this month in New York, but a 25% capacity and the argument is well. The rest of the state is open. 50%. Why can't we open a 50%? We need to make money. Whatever I let people, you know, Hash that out. You know, in a different forum, right? Not here. So Joyce is Tavern host Councilman Borelli the next night on September 11th. They're holding a fundraiser. Dine out to remember that a number of restaurants going take the proceeds of the money that they make that night, which, by the way, they're not making a lot of money to begin with. They're barely keeping the lights on and paying employees. If that And they were donated to tunnel to Towers. A wonderful organization by Frank Siller that has done amazing things for people for years now. Amazing, right? They whacked Choices Tavern with a $25,000 fine because thie State liquor inspected, the liquor inspector said he noted 10 seated patrons who appeared to be consuming beverages. They weren't They may have been having water because they had been standing for hours and needed to get off their feet. Another person referred to as a patron. Saturday. Separate table also appeared to be consuming food and wine. I've heard from a number of people that didn't happen. The owner of Joyce is Joe Toole supposedly confirmed to the inspector that the 10 top had just finished eating. In the recording of the hearing. O'Toole reportedly maintain that a pregnant woman was in the party. So illegal dining, of course, is illegal until the end of this month. But here's the thing Choices Tavern. Has never Had a mark against them. Since 2015. That's five years. It is. It is absolutely ridiculous now that the owner Joe Toole, said he would not come in on the details of the situation to Staten Island events at Per his attorney, he did say, just want to say thank you to everyone for the thoughts come and support and as always, the community has our back as we always have theirs. They started. They were back out for takeout on delivery this past Monday, but couldn't serve any booze. But it is ridiculous that this is essentially political retaliation by Governor Cuomo distended to send the state liquor authority there because they don't like Governor Cuomo. That's essentially what it is. That's my opinion on it. I don't have any facts of that matter, but that's my opinion. So a woman created a go fund me page to help them to pay their debt. Well, within hours of putting this up, they had surpassed the $25,000 limit well on their way past 40,000 Azad a couple of days ago, So I mean, this is this is ridiculous. So now attorneys Lou Gellar, Domino and Mark Vontae. Who represent Joyce is having his part of IRA, which is the independent Restaurant Owners Association rescue. They have sued the city and the state to speed up indoor dining. And you know, the media has been all over it and the Saint George based lawyers told the the advance. Obviously, we were concerned that Joyce is might be targeted. They added in a statement. The O'Toole family operates the restaurant in a socially responsible manner has followed every one of governors executive orders. We intend to vigorously defend their restaurant, and, more importantly, the reputation we will be speaking the state liquor authority and hope to resolve this matter quickly. I am just beyond upset that something like this could happen. And to Congressman Max Roses credit he has tweeted after the governor and others saying that this needs to be reversed immediately. They're holding a fundraiser to tunnel to towers. You come in on September, 11th on a day that has affected New Yorkers so profoundly council and Joe Borelli livid as well when, after you know, both the governor in the state liquor authority and this, he told the advanced. This is a disgusting abuse of power by a sycophant governor hellbent on overcompensating for sending covert patients to nursing homes. Our neighborhood bar. The place that constantly has charity events. Sponsors our little League teams gives back in so many ways is the latest victim. When will common sense return? It is ridiculous. And.

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"frank siller" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"frank siller" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Big shoutout, Frank Siller and the tunnel to towers Because if they don't step up, I can say this is not from tunnel to towers. This is me. The tunnel. The Tower's foundation does not step up and say we're reading the names were lighting the light. Those politicians would not do it things they wouldn't do with things so God bless tunnel to towers. And I think, Sylar but a beautiful, beautiful moving, moving tribute reading the name and and we're good God Almighty, Debbie. We will never forget. Devon, you have been on the road that does things to anyone. And what did you what happened to you? Now? Princess can fires and leaving a parish. Did you say that? I see that? You know, that was over a Woodridge assumption. I guess they're goingto have diocesan priests over there, You know? Yeah, there aren't as many Franciscan priest now. You now? Yeah. So my world is the Atlantic. I might too old to go in. Did you think you know? I don't think you're too Although I don't think there's a limit I get out of here if you're considering it, you know every bless you. God bless you. It's a lot of studying from matter what your confession is. Mine is worse. Yeah, there we go. Got having fun is think what he'd do that he's out of the roads for you. Good morning, Joe. And Good morning, everybody. Let's take a ride out to the Guan is It's a really tough right here on the eastbound side of the Galanis as you get up and out for the area of 38th Street, an accident involving a truck and a motorcycle just being cleared. Still moving slowly on the eastbound side of the Golan is getting up toward the prospect of the disabled vehicle as well. So prepare for some stuff and go traffic on the GW honest this morning till he's going back out toward the Varro's ano bridge. Westbound bell. You're slowing down right by cross Bay Boulevard. That's a disabled vehicle to watch for over on the L I e westbound right past Bagatelle, Rhoda collision. They're a swell inbound G W B and minor delay. Lincoln five holiday about 10 minutes getting into town. You're slowing down. Corporate Wanna nine north and getting up toward Route seven. Getting up for the Holland and over on Route one South bound building by old post road in Edison. Partly cloudy today with a high of 74 You now know where not to go on, Debbie, do him with Joe Piscopo. Am 9 70 the answer. Hey, Jo on the radio, You know we got a big show Congressman King's on the show. Love P Peter was there by the way at the Sylar reading of the names that the the tunnel to Towers Foundation reading of the names is great Congressman King. What a great patriot doctor Darrin Porcher. We're going to talk about police. What's happening with the police with this very, very great young man, who.

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"frank siller" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"frank siller" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Friday and 9 11 what we went through and how great it was, you know, And as I left the building On Friday, and I walked out and that right next door to the building they had the tunnel to towers set up which was spectacular. And they had They took the whole block in Zuccotti Park. They took the whole block right by Wall Street. You know, right, right down right there. Next to the station went down and walked around. Police officers, firefighters and I stopped and Mayor Giuliani was there. Andrew Giuliani was the injuries on the show. Today we're going to talk about it and you're running for mayor, possibly in the mayor. What we talk and they were reading the names. And even TM Z was there but a big shout out to Joe Civilian. Our producer at 26 o'clock, the kid intercepted me because it got crazy Suzu and at about that, so thank you for that were security you but you were great. And I appreciate that, and I know you and and we're going to talk to Debbie out. Good morning to you, my friend. I was going through a lot. He's staying with us. We appreciate that, Albert. But when I walked out of the building, I took that big heavy bag. I have a good morning. I had that big called my radio bag. That's about £20. You're so civilian takes that takes the the bag puts it on his shoulder. And we got a bone from one person. The next person to the firefighters to the police Officers proudly shook every single hand of every single police officer. Firefighter there at the tunnel. 2000, big shoutout, Frank Siller and the tunnel to towers Because if they don't step up, I can say this is not from tunnel to towers. This is me. The tunnel. The Tower's foundation does not step up and say we're reading the names were lighting the light. Those politicians would not do it things they wouldn't do with things so God bless tunnel.

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"frank siller" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"frank siller" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"As it deals with massive power outages from Tropical Storm Zaius. It hit us really hard. Almost half of all homes lost power. That's one of the worst in the history of this state power knocked out to some 400,000 people in New Jersey Electric company ever source says it will have most of the power restored by Tuesday, 9 11 museum and memorial officials in New York say for the first time since 2002 the names of the nearly 3000 people killed in the terrorist attack won't be read aloud at a memorial service because of the pandemic. The group will use a recorded reading from Years passed. Yet the tunnel to Towers Foundation plans to be there live on September 11th. There is a great calling for us three the names, the foundation's Frank Siller says. Participants will wear mask and social distance. And comedian Tom Dressen, who spent 13 years opening for Frank Sinatra is out with a book is called Still Standing. My Journey from Streets and saloons to the stage and Sinatra. Treason, says natural, Always Treated everyone. Well, for example, in addition to bringing famous and important people backstage, so people from my neighborhood of bartender who drove a bread truck and Frank was foot. He never refused him, I guess and he cheated everybody Good, but he treated if you will, the little guy a little more special. He was here, He'd have a bread truck. Now do you have the attain, But we're kind of he would make that little guy walk out of the seemingly he was on top of the world Reason says he was asked to open for Sinatra for just one week that week stretched into nearly 14 years. Gary Bomb Garden Fox News in New York. I'm Carmen Roberts. And this is Fox News..

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"frank siller" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"frank siller" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Out to some 400,000 people in New Jersey Electric company ever source says it will have most of the power restored by Tuesday, 9 11 museum and memorial officials in New York say for the first time since 2002 the names of the nearly 3000 people killed in the terrorist attack won't be read aloud at a memorial service because of the pandemic. The group will use a recorded reading from Years passed. Yet the tunnel to Towers Foundation plans to be there live on September 11th. There is a great calling for us three the names, the foundation's Frank Siller says. Participants will wear mask and social distance. And comedian Tom Dressen, who spent 13 years opening for Frank Sinatra is out with a book is called, Still Standing. My Journey from Streets and saloons to the stage and Sinatra Treason says for natural Always Treated everyone. Well, for example, in addition to bringing famous and important people backstage, so people from my neighborhood of bartender guy who drove a bread truck and Frank was foot. He never refused him, I guess and he cheated everybody Good, but he treated if you will, the little guy a little more special. He was here. You drive a bread for now. Did you have the attain? But what kind of work he would make that little guy walk out of the seemingly he was on top of the world. Treason, says he was asked to open for Sinatra for just one week that week stretched into nearly 14 years. Gary Bomb Garden Fox News in New York. I'm Carmen Roberts. And this is Fox News. From the Commission.

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"frank siller" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"frank siller" Discussed on WJR 760

"The South tower. And you wouldn't want to find out where you You know the people you work with every day where they are. You know where they've responded. So we believe he was in the South tower. And he wasn't in the lobby friendship with so many bodies recovered in the lobby, So we already know that he was in there going up the stairs, saving people for sure. And we don't know exactly what he did from that point on Other than gave up his life. And while saving others now he's Steven left behind a wife and five beautiful Children. Stephen was on top of the world. I think if there's one thing I have to express to your listen is is that my brother Steven was on top of the world. He is a little boy. That was often at age 10 grows up becomes a firefighter has very troubled adolescence You could imagine, you know, he had a flag through some demons, you know, and he lands on his feet to say the least. The nonsense is over before he's even 19 years old becomes this outrageous person falls in love with literally a young girl that he went to school with when he was in Grand grammar school. They get married. They start having kids. They buy a house to get the house with the white picket fence. They got everything. They have everything. He's the happiest she's ever been, and we know it As a family. We could see it his brother's assistance. We're so happy for him because hey, deserted, and he fought for it. And when we found out that he gave up his life and what he did way we had to do something to honor that bravery Love. He was 34 years old Sally, his wife. Had Katie 10 Olivier six, Genevieve for Jake to and Little Steven, eight months old. I watched that 55 minute video that you guys did this talk to us about Celie. Sylar, Frank. Well, Sally has done a remarkable job You can imagine. What? She must have felt that day, and she felt sense. Look, even though time has gone on. You can never replace the person that you lose, and she's done a terrific job. The kids are spectacular human beings. They are just just really. Stevie would be proud of her in so many different ways for sure. And you know for us when we see You know when every time I see it, Steven's kids, I see my brother, you know, every single time, which is a beautiful thing, and I'm always telling stories, and we're all telling stories about the you know about my brother to them, and they love it and they absolutely absolutely love it. So he was a character. He was everybody's best friend. Everyone thought He was friends, family people or during the services came up to me and said Steven was my best friend, Steve. He was my best friend. I loved your brother and he was just that type of person. He died the way he lived. Doing for others, and that's truly the way he lived every day. Frank Siller, How did this tragedy affect your faith in God? Well, I've got to tell you. I am I was shaken to the core. But because I had the background My mother, My father. My mother would say a no matter what happened. Offer it up to God and and I'm talking about small things. Nothing like this. You were allowed to complain at all ever in our family and my father. He was more like ST Peter. He was He was He was a character. He let you know how we felt on every on every issue, but he was He was so spiritually way were blessed that we had that you know that that foundation ofthe relying on God to get us through things. And that's what we did. And that is most certainly what I did on DH still do to get it to get through everything because you know, 9 11 was part of it. But then It's just, you know, life itself, throw so many things that you just got to be you just if you turn towards God, and you realize that things happen. You can get through it. You can get through it. We're talking to Frank Siller. When we come back, we're going to talk about tunnel, the Tower's foundation that he in his five siblings started. Frank. You're an angel. And the only thing that you got a problem with Frankie should talk funny, eh? Forget about it. Spoken like a true New York new joys, and I'm Jack Purcell. And this is anything is possible. A new stock, 7 60 W. J. R. Behind.

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