Alice Sheldon, 69, of Columbia, MD, holds two memorial bracelets for relatives who died in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Paul Jurgens was a Port Authority officer and Thomas Jurgens was a court officer. Paul was Alice's brother and Thomas was Alice's first cousin, once removed. (Daniel Salazar/McClatchy)
Alice Sheldon, 69, of Columbia, MD, holds two memorial bracelets for relatives who died in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Paul Jurgens was a Port Authority officer and Thomas Jurgens was a court officer. Paul was Alice's brother and Thomas was Alice's first cousin, once removed. (Daniel Salazar/McClatchy) McClatchy
Alice Sheldon, 69, of Columbia, MD, holds two memorial bracelets for relatives who died in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Paul Jurgens was a Port Authority officer and Thomas Jurgens was a court officer. Paul was Alice's brother and Thomas was Alice's first cousin, once removed. (Daniel Salazar/McClatchy) McClatchy

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