On Saturday, 343 firefighters climbed 110 flights of stairs to remember the firefighters who died helping get people out of the World Trade Center in the second annual 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb. Each of them carried a picture and a name of one of the lost firefighters to take to the top of the tower. On their way inside, the firefighters touched a piece of Ground Zero. I was able to hold in the tears until looking for a place to give a donation, expecting to donate to the Dallas fire station or something along those lines. Instead, I found a table with silver bracelets with victim’s names engraved. As the woman next to me started asking people to search for a family member’s name, I couldn’t stop crying. I didn’t lose anyone, but I got Alicia N. Titus’s name. She was a crew member on the UA #175 flight. When I asked the man with the bracelets where I could make a donation, he said he was taking donations for the Twin Tower Orphan Fund. I was only able to donate $5, but that’s something. I don’t know if Alicia had kids, but getting the bracelet suddenly made the whole thing more personal. I will never forget where I was when the planes hit, watching the second one hit. Now, there’s one more person who will never forget Alicia Titus. R.I.P. Alicia. -Eliabeth “The greatest tribute we can raise to honor those lost is their children.” -Twin Tower Orphan Fund.