Many years ago I wrote, while living in Marlborough, CT, of the loss of Jim Hobin, my son Buddy’s basketball coach. Jim usually worked out of our little central Connecticut town, but on that day he had left early in the morning to get to the main office of the company he worked for in New York. In the World Trade Center.
It was a loss that everyone in Marlborough felt… this was a town united by the sporting programs for its children, by congregation for morning coffee in the bakery, by well attended selectmen’s meetings. 9/11 would always mean Jim Hobin’s death to us.
- ‘This is a time to remember all those murdered by bin Laden’: Cameron pays tribute to victims of executed Al Qaeda kingpin (dailymail.co.uk)
- Osama Bin Laden Is Dead, United States Has Body (time.com)