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Salvatore B. Calabro
World Trade Center, New York City, NY
Employer: New York Fire Department

New York, NY 
Age: 38
Firefighter

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Anna Tusa

I think about you all the time. Random signs surround me and I know you are watching over me. I love you more than anything and miss you everyday. So many years later and this still feels like yesterday. Our family could not have a better gaurdian angel.


DOMINICK MACRI

GOD BLESS YOUR SOUL SAL! YOUR SUBO BUDDY DOM


A.J. Calabro

I am a firefighter/paramedic for the Fort Walton Beach Fire Department in Fort Walton Bch, Fl. I was 1 of 3 firefighters from this area that flew up to the WTC to help out. I experienced first hand how courageous, courteous and loyal the brothers of FDNY are. When we were up there, we stayed at FDNY Briggs Ave in the Bronx. We were treated like family by everyone there. I was honored to have had the opportunity to work with those guys. I am not sure if I am related to Salvatore or not. I do know that My ancestors came from Calabria, Italy and settled in N.Y. My Father, Alfred James Calabro Sr was born to Angela Calabro who had a total of 5 children. My father was a fireman in Miami and I have been a fireman since 1989. I have 2 sons. Alexander James Calabro,12 and Brandon Michael Calabro,7. Maybe all of this is coincidence, I believe this cames from a higher calling. I don't think is was coincidence that I went to the WTC, I believe that God wanted me there. I hope this will bring you a little faith that God was working another miracle and that this will help you know that Salvatore will not be forgotten and that he is in Heaven loooking down on us. I wear a bracelet bearing the name FF Salvatore Calabro, Ladder 101. God Bless You.

Sincerely,
A.J. Calabro
IAFF local 2601


Lori V. Sapienza

Though I did not know Salvatore Calabro, I wish to offer some words of comfort and peace. May your family be inspired that we will never forget all who perished on that fateful day.