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Tunnels to Towers
Never Forget Mobile 9/11 Exhibit
Thirteen years ago 9/11 changed the world as we know it forever.... Stephen Siller, a New York Firefighter, was there
on 9/11. He gave his life helping others. In return his family established the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers
Foundation - in his honor and in his memory.
Last September the Foundation dedicated the 9/11 Never Forget Mobile Exhibit. Welcomed around the country, from
communities in Phoenix, Arizona to Tampa, Florida, the mobile exhibit-a high-tech, 53-foot tractor-trailer, which
unfolds into a 1,100 square foot exhibit-serves as a poignant reminder of that infamous day.
From big cities to small towns...
Book our mobile exhibit for your fair/festival.
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The exhibit is intended to serve as an educational tool. Through the presentation of artifacts, including actual
steel beams from the towers, documentary video, recordings of first-responder radio transmissions, as well as guided
tours by FDNY firefighters, people will learn what took place and the ultimate sacrifice so many made on that day.
Entrance into the exhibit is free of charge. The goal is to provide an enlightening experience that will help
communities to "Never Forget".
Firefighter Stephen Gerard Siller was the youngest of seven children born to Mae and George Siller. At the age of eight,
Stephen's father died and a year and a half later he also lost his mother, which left him an orphan to be raised by his
older siblings. For a while Stephen went through a period of struggle, but because of the love of his siblings and the
values instilled in him by his parents, he grew up to be an extraordinary individual and dedicated firefighter. More than
most, he knew that time was precious and accomplished much in his 34 years.
On September 11, 2001, Stephen had just gotten off the late shift at Squad 1, Park Slope, Brooklyn. He was on his way to
play golf with his brothers when his scanner told of the first plane hitting the Twin Towers. When he heard the news,
Stephen called his wife Sally and asked her to tell his brothers he would catch up with them later, and then returned
to Squad 1 to get his gear.
Stephen drove his truck to the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel, but it was already closed. So he strapped 60 lbs. of gear to his
back, rushed on foot through gridlocked traffic and ran from the Tunnel to the Towers where he gave up his life while
Stephen had everything to live for, a great wife, five wonderful children, devoted extended family and friends.
Stephen's parents were lay Franciscans and he grew up under the guiding philosophy of St. Francis of Assisi,
"While we have time, let us do good." Stephen's life and heroic death serve as reminder to us all to live life to
the fullest and to spend our time here on earth doing good - this is his legacy.