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作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2008-9-8 15:07     标题: 【整理】2008-09-01&09-04 怀念我的祖父兼玩伴

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Sept. 11 Took Boy's Grandfather, Friend 怀念祖父


10 year-old Frankie DeVito remembers his grandfather, Bill Steckman, in an interview with his mother Diana. Bill Steckman was killed in the World Trade Center on September 11th. StoryCorps and the National September 11th Memorial and Museum at the World Trade Center have partnered to record stories for each of the lives lost in the terrorist attacks.


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I'm Neda Ulaby, each week we listen in as leading authors of fiction and nonfiction read from their most recent works and take questions at independent bookstores. Join us at npr.org/booktour.

 

StoryCorps is made possible through funding from State Farm, the Atlantic philanthropies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. And most importantly, through the support of participants and listeners like you nationwide.

 

Welcome to the StoryCorps podcast, in this episode we'll hear memories from September 11th, 2001. StoryCorps in the National September 11th from Memorial Museum at the World Trade Center are working together to collect an oral history of that day. We hope to record interviews for each of the lives lost in the attacks. That's how Diana DeVito and her 10-year-old son Frankie came to the Storycorps. Diana interviewed Frankie about losing his grandfather, Diana's dad, Bill Steckman. Steckman worked at nightshift atop one World Trade Center as an engineer for NBC's transmitter there.

 

"We used to play Peter Pan, we used to use the screwdriver as swords, and pretended I was like Peter Pan and he was Captain Hook. He always used to be in the garage, fixing up things with cousin Mikey and he also promised me take me to his work once, but that's not gonna happen."

 

"I know you were young when it happened, you were only in kindergarten,But is there a time that you were the most scared when all that was going on?"

 

"I didn't know that something happened until I came to the living room, I knew you were upset, you said there was something wrong with Papa, that made me sacred. And I remember that Mikey told me that planes crashed and he wasn't coming back. "

 

"So I think you did it to  make you feel better to go to sleep at night?"

 

"Going up to grandma or my parents, giving them a hug, resting on their shoulder. And sometimes when I am in my room, I pretended that grandpa was right there and nothing was wrong. And my Teddy was right there. So that helps me. "

 

"Do you think you are different, now than you were before, we lost papa? "

 

"Yeah, I think I'm different because being in certain places, when I'm at a happy time, just somewhere in my mind, he just won't get out of there, he just stuck in my mind and that makes me a little sadder, where I am. And I have dreams with him. I was imagining looks like seeing each other again. And being really happy as a family, without being sad or anything on September 11th. "

 

"If you could talk to him right now, what would you wanna say?"

 

"I love you and there is no other grandfather that I'd rather see than you. "

 

Frankie DeVito remembering his grandfather, Bill Steckman, Frankie was interviewed by his mum, Diana DeVito in New York City. To see photos of the participants, and to hear more stories, visit storycorps.net.

 

While you are there, you can make a reservation for your own interview, and learn more about the project.

 

Major support for StoryCorps is provided by State Farm and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Our podcasts are supported by the Fetzer Institute as part of its campaign for Love and Forgiveness. Learn more at loveandforgive.org.

 

All StoryCorps interviews are housed at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. And you can hear StoryCorps on the radio Fridays on NPR's Morning Edition. For the StoryCorps broadcast, I'm Katie Simon. Thanks for listening.

 

Support for NPR podcast comes from Vangard, offering investments designed to help individuals, institutions and advisers which has long term financial goals. 1888 Vangard.

[ 本帖最后由 sasha_lu 于 2009-3-8 18:55 编辑 ]
作者: cross3561    时间: 2008-9-8 16:00

Homework (这小孩的声音可真~~~

I’m Nato O//, each week we listen in as lead author’s fiction and nonfiction read from memories of their recent works and take questions in that independent bookstores. Join us at npr.org’booktour

 

StoryCorps is made possible through funding from State Farm, the Atlantic philanthropies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. And most importantly, through the support of participants and listeners like you nationwide.

 

Welcome to the StoryCorps Broadcast, in this episode we’ll here memories from September 11th, 2001. StoryCorps in the national September 11th memorial museum at the World Trade Center are working togehter to collect an /oil/ history of that day. We hope to record interviews for each of the lives lost in the attacks. That’s how Diana DeVito and her 10-year-old son Frankie came to the storycorps. Diana interviewed Frankie about losing his grandfather, Diana’s dad Bill Steckman.

 

Steckman worked at a nightshift at top of World Trade Center. As an engineer for NBC’s transmitter there. “We still play Peter Pan, we used to use this scrooge I was the s//, and pretend I was like Peter Pan that used captained hook, he then // shows to be on the grudge, fixing up things with cousin Mikey and he also praised me take me to his work //, that’s how could happen ”

 

I know you are young when it happened, you are only in kindergarten, is there time that you were the most scared when what has gone.

 

I didn’t know that something happened, in //’s living room, and you were upset, you’ve said there was something wrong with Papa, and maybe sacred. And// that Mikey told me that please //, and he was never coming back..

 

So I think you did make you feel butter to go to sleep at night.

 

Going up to grandma, up to parents, give them a hug, rest on their shoulder, and so it’s time to run into my room, I pretend that grandpa was right there, there nothing was wrong. And my teddy was right there,/ slow/, that helps me.

 

Do you think you are different, now than you were before, we lost papa?

 

Yeah, I think I am different, because being inserting places, where I might have happy time, to somewhere my mind // he just stocked my mind and that makes me a litter sad where I am. And I have a dream with him, I was imagining it seemed like seeing each other again. And meanwhile, we // a family, it was a bit sad on September 11th.

 

If you could talk to him right now, what would you want to say?   

 

I love you and there is no other grandfather, I am glad to see you.

 

Thank you DeVito remembering his grandfather, Bill Steckman, Frankie as interviewed by his mum, Diana DeVito in New York city, to see photos of the participants, and to hear more stories, visit storycorps.net, while you are there, you can make a reservation for your own interview, and learn more about the project.

 

Major support for StoryCorps is provided by State Farm and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Our podcasts are supported by the Fetcher Institute as part of its campaign for love and forgiveness. Learn more at loveandforgive.org.


Our StoryCecorps interviews are housed at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress.And Griot interviews are also archived at the Smithsonian National Museum of African-American history and culture. Listening for storycorp on the radio Fridays on NPR's morning edition.I'm Michael Garofalo ,for the storycrop podcast, thanks for listening.

 

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作者: yuci    时间: 2008-9-8 19:36     标题: HOMEWORK

I am Nado Woolebie. Each week we listen in as leading authors of fiction and not-fiction. Read from their most recent works and take questions at independent bookstores. Join us at NPR.org/booktour.

StoryCorp is made possible through funding from state farm, the Atlantic philanthropies and corporation for public broadcasting, and most importantly, through the supportive participants and listeners like you nationwide.

Welcome to the StoryCorp podcast. In this episode, we’ll hear memories from September 11th, 2001. StoryCorp and the national September 11th memorial museum at the World Trade Center are working together to collect oral history of that day. We hope to record interviews for each of the lives lost in the attacks. That’s how Diana Devido and her 10-year-old son Frankie came to StoryCorp. Dianna interviewed Frankie about losing his grandfather, Dianna’s dad, Bill Stekman.

 

Stekman works the night shift atop one World Trade Center as an engineer for NBC’s transmitter there.

We used to play Peter Pan and we used to use this screw driver as swords, and pretend I was like Peter Pan and he was Captain Hook. He always used to be in the garage fixing up things with cousin Mikey. And he also promised me take me to his work once but that’s not gonna happen.

I know you were young when it happened. You are only kindergarten. But is there a time that you were the most scared when all that was gone?

I didn’t know that something happened until I came to the living room and you were upset. You said, there was something wrong with papa and made me scared. I remembered that Mikey told me that planes crashed and he wasn’t coming back.

So I think you did make you feel better to go to sleep at that night?

Going up to grandma, her my parents, gave them a hug, rest on their shoulder, and some time went into my room, I pretended that grandpa was right there, nothing was wrong and my Teddy was right there. So that helps me.

Do you think you’re different now than you were before, umm, we lost papa?

Yeah, I think I’m different because being insuring places, one that made happy time, just somewhere in my mind, he just won’t get out of there, he just stuck in my mind and that makes me look sadder where I am. And I have changed them. I was imagining us like seeing each other again, and being really happy as a family without being sad or anything on September 11th.

If you could talk to him right now, what would you wanna say?

I love you and there’s no other grandfather, I’d rather see you.

Frankie Davido remembering his grandfather, Bill Stekman. Frankie was interviewed by his mom Diana Davido in New York City.

To see photos of the participants and to hear more stories, visit StoryCorp.net. while you’re there, you can a reservation for your own interview and learn more about the project.

Major support for StoryCorp is provided by state farm and by the corporation for public broadcasting. Our padcasts are supported by the Fetcher Institute as part of its campaign for love and forgiveness. Learn more at loveandforgive.org.

All StoryCorp interviews are housed at the American Folk Life Center at the Library of Congress. And you can hear StoryCorp on the radio Fridays on NPR’s morning edition.

For the StoryCorp podcast, I’m Kiddy Simon. Thanks for listening.

Support for NPR podcasts comes from Vanguard, offering investments designed to help individuals, institutions and adviors reach their long term financial goals. 1888 Vanguard.


作者: Superman.    时间: 2008-9-9 03:04

on cross3561

I’m Neda Ulaby, each week we listen in as leading author’s fiction and nonfiction read from their recent works and take questions in that independent bookstores. Join us at npr.org/booktour

 

StoryCorps is made possible through funding from State Farm, the Atlantic philanthropies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. And most importantly, through the support of participants and listeners like you nationwide.

 

Welcome to the StoryCorps podcast, in this episode we’ll here memories from September 11th, 2001. StoryCorps in the national September 11th memorial museum at the World Trade Center are working togehter to collect an oral history of that day. We hope to record interviews for each of the lives lost in the attacks. That’s how Diana DeVito and her 10-year-old son Frankie came to the Storycorps. Diana interviewed Frankie about losing his grandfather, Diana’s dad Bill Steckman.

 

Steckman worked at a nightshift at top of World Trade Center. As an engineer for NBC’s transmitter there. “We used to play Peter Pan, we used to use this scrooge drivers as sough, and pretend I was like Peter Pan that used captained hook. He always used to be in the garage, fixing up things with cousin Mikey and he also promised me take me to his work once,but that’s not gonna happen ”

 

I know you were young when it happened, you were only in kindergarten, is there time that you were the most scared when all that was gone.

 

I didn’t know that something happened until you came to the living room, and you were upset, you’ve said there was something wrong with Papa, and made me sacred. And I remember that Mikey told me that planes crashed and he wasn’t coming back..

 

So I think you did make you feel better to go to sleep at night.

 

Going up to grandma and my parents, give them a hug, rest on their shoulder, and sometimes I went to my bedroom, I pretended that grandpa was right there, \ nothing was wrong. And my teddy was right there so, that helps me.

 

Do you think you are different, now than you were before, when lost papa?

 

Yeah, I think I am different, because being in a certain places, when I’m at a happy time, just somewhere in my mind, he just won’t get out of there, he just stuck in my mind and that makes me a litter sadder, where I am. And I have a dream with him. I was imagining looks like seeing each other again. And being very happy as a family, without being sad at least on September 11th.

 

If you could talk to him right now, what would you want to say?   

 

I love you and there is no other grandfather I’d rather see you.

 

DeVito remembering his grandfather, Bill Steckman, Frankie as interviewed by his mum, Diana DeVito in New York city, to see photos of the participants, and to hear more stories, visit storycorps.net, while you are there, you can make a reservation for your own interview, and learn more about the project.



作者: lylyconnie    时间: 2008-9-9 14:23

Homework

 

好可怜啊 。。。。。

 

I’m Nadol Woolebie. Each week we listen in as leading authors of fiction and nonfiction read from their most recent works and take questions in that independent bookstores.

Join in us at npr. org/book tour.

 

Story Quarry is made possible through funding from state farm, the Atlantic philanthropies, and the cooperation for public broadcasting, and most importantly, through the support of participants and listeners like you nationwide.

 

Welcome to the Story Quarry Pat cast. In this episode, we’ll hear the memories from September 11th 2001. Story Quarry and national September 11th memorial museum and world trade center are working together to collect world history of that day. We hope to record interviews for each of the life lost in the attacks. That’s how Diana Divido and her ten years old son Frankie came to Story Quarry.  Diana interviewed Frankie about losing his grandfather, Diana’s dad, Bill Stackman.  

 

Stackman watched the Nightshift, a top one world trade center, as an engineer for NBC’s transmitter there. 

 

We used to play Peter Pan and we used to use this scrooge average swords, and pretend I was like Peter Pan and he is Captain Hook. He always should be the garage fixing up things with cousin Miky and he also promised me take me to his work once but that’s not gonna to happen.

 

I know you are young when it happened, you were only in kindergarten. Is there a time that you were the most scared when all that was going on?

I didn’t know that something happened until I came to the living room and you were upset. You said there is something wrong with Papa, that made me scared.  You murmured that Miky told me that planes crashed, and he wasn’t coming back.  

So I think you did make you feel better and go to sleep that night.

 

Going up to grandma and my parents give them a hug, rest on their shoulder, and sometimes in the bedroom. I pretended that grandpa was right there and nothing was wrong and my teddy was right there, so that helps me.

Do you think you’re different now than you were before when lost Papa?

Yeah, I think I am different, because being in a certain place is one of my happy time, just somewhere in my mind, he just won’t get out of there. He just stuck my mind and that makes me a little sadder where I am. And I have a dream with him. I was imagining looks like seeing each other again, and being really happy as a family without being sad at least on September 11th.

If you can talk to him right now, what would you want to say?

I love you and there’s no other grandfather I’d rather see than you.

Frankie Devido remembering his grandfather Bill Stackman. Frankie was interviewed by his Mam, Diana Devido in New York City.

To see photos of the participants and hear more stories, visit Story Quarry. net. While you are there, you can make a reservation for your own interview and learn more about the project.

Major support for Story Quarry is provided by the state farm and by the corporation of public broadcasting.  Our Pat casts are supported by the Feather Institute as part of its campaign for love and forgiveness. Learn more at love and forgive. org.

Our Story Quarry interviews are housed at American folklife center at the Library of Congress. And you can hear Story Quarry on radio Friday’s on NPR’s morning edition.

From the story pad cast, I am kitty Simon. Thanks for listening.

Supports for NPR pad casts comes from Vanguard offering investment designed to help individuals, institutions and advisors reach their long term financial goals.

188 Vanguard.

 

 


作者: lordwithme    时间: 2008-9-9 15:28

on Superman.

I’m Neda Ulaby, each week we listen in as leading author’s fiction and nonfiction read from their recent works and take questions in that independent bookstores. Join us at npr.org/booktour

 

StoryCorps is made possible through funding from State Farm, the Atlantic philanthropies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. And most importantly, through the support of participants and listeners like you nationwide.

 

Welcome to the StoryCorps podcast, in this episode we’ll hear memories from September 11th, 2001. StoryCorps in the national September 11th memorial museum at the World Trade Center are working together to collect an oral history of that day. We hope to record interviews for each of the lives lost in the attacks. That’s how Diana DeVito and her 10-year-old son Frankie came to the Storycorps. Diana interviewed Frankie about losing his grandfather, Diana’s dad, Bill Steckman.

 

Steckman worked at nightshift atop one World Trade Center. As an engineer for NBC’s transmitter there. “We used to play Peter Pan, we used to use the screwdriver as swords, and pretend I was like Peter Pan that used captained hook. He always used to be in the garage, fixing up things with cousin Mikey and he also promised me take me to his work once, but  that’s not gonna happen ”

 

I know you were young when it happened, you were only in kindergarten, is there time that you were the most scared when all that was gone.

 

I didn’t know that something happened until I came to the living room, and you were upset, you’ve said there was something wrong with Papa, that made me sacred. And I remember that Mikey told me that planes crashed and he wasn’t coming back..

 

So I think you did make you feel better to go to sleep at night.

 

Going up to grandma or my parents, giving them a hug, rest on their shoulder, and sometimes I went to my bedroom, I pretended that grandpa was right there, \ nothing was wrong. And my teddy was right there so, that helps me.

 

Do you think you are different, now than you were before, when lost papa?

 

Yeah, I think I am different, because being in certain places, when I’m at a happy time, just somewhere in my mind, he just won’t get out of there, he just stuck in my mind and that makes me a litter sadder, where I am. And I have a dream with him. I was imagining looks like seeing each other again. And being really happy as a family, without being sad at least on September 11th.

 

If you could talk to him right now, what would you want to say?   

 

I love you and there is no other grandfather I’d rather see than you.

 

DeVito remembering his grandfather, Bill Steckman, Frankie was interviewed by his mum, Diana DeVito in New York City, to see photos of the participants, and to hear more stories, visit storycorps.net, while you are there, you can make a reservation for your own interview, and learn more about the project.

 


作者: 蜗牛牧师    时间: 2008-9-9 20:53     标题: on lordwithme

I’m Neda Ulaby, each week we listen in as leading authors of  fiction and nonfiction read from their most recent works and / questions at independent bookstores. Join us at npr.org/booktour

 

StoryCorps is made possible through funding from State Farm, the Atlantic philanthropies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. And most importantly, through the support of participants and listeners like you nationwide.

 

Welcome to the StoryCorps podcast, in this episode we’ll hear memories from September 11th, 2001. StoryCorps in the National September 11 Memorial Museum at the World Trade Center are working together to collect an oral history of that day. We hope to record interviews for each of the lives lost in the attacks. That’s how Diana DeVito and her 10-year-old son Frankie came to the Storycorps. Diana interviewed Frankie about losing his grandfather, Diana’s dad, Bill Steckman.

 

Steckman worked at nightshift atop one World Trade Center. As an engineer for NBC’s transmitter there. “We used to play Peter Pan, we used to use the screwdriver as swords, and pretended I was like Peter Pan that used captained hook. He always used to be in the garage, fixing up things with cousin Mikey and he also promised me take me to his work once, but  that’s not gonna happen ”

 

I know you were young when it happened, you were only in kindergarten, is there time that you were the most scared when all that was gone.

 

I didn’t know that something happened until I came to the living room, I knew you were upset, you’ve said there was something wrong with Papa, that made me sacred. And I remember that Mikey told me that planes crashed and he wasn’t coming back..

 

So I think you did make you feel better to go to sleep at night.

 

Going up to grandma or my parents, giving them a hug, rest on their shoulder, and sometimes I went to my bedroom, I pretended that grandpa was right there, nothing was wrong. And my teddy was right there so, that helps me.

 

Do you think you are different, now than you were before, when lost papa?

 

Yeah, I think I am different, thus being in certain places, when I’m at a happy time, just somewhere in my mind, he just won’t get out of there, he just stuck in my mind and that makes me a litter sadder, where I am. And I have a dream with him. I was imagining looks like seeing each other again. And being really happy as a family, without being sad or anything on September 11th.

 

If you could talk to him right now, what would you want to say?   

 

I love you and there is no other grandfather I’d rather see than you.

 

Frankie Devito remembering his grandfather, Bill Steckman, Frankie was interviewed by his mum, Diana Devito in New York City, to see photos of the participants, and to hear more stories, visit storycorps.net, while you are there, you can make a reservation for your own interview, and learn more about the project.

 

Major support for StoryCorps is provided by State Farm and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Our podcasts are supported by the Fetzer Institute as part of its campaign for Love and Forgiveness. Learn more at loveandforgive.org. All StoryCorps interviews are housed at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. And you can hear StoryCorps on the radio Fridays on NPR’s Morning Edition.

 

For the StoryCorps broadcast, I'm Katie Simon. Thanks for listening. 
 

 


作者: 萧小噜    时间: 2008-9-10 17:45

ON 蜗牛牧师

 

I m Neda Ulaby, each week we listen in as leading authors of fiction and nonfiction read from their most recent works and take questions at their independent bookstores. Join us at npr. org/booktour

 

StoryCorps is made possible through funding from State Farm, the Atlantic philanthropies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. And most importantly, through the support of participants and listeners like you nationwide.

 

Welcome to the StoryCorps podcast, in this episode we ll hear memories from September 11th, 2001. StoryCorps in the National September 11 from Memorial Musuem at the World Trade Center are working together to collect an oral history of that day. We hope to record interviews for each of the lives lost in the attacks. That s how Diana DeVito and her 10-year-old son Frankie came to the Storycorps. Diana interviewed Frankie about losing his grandfather, Diana s dad, Bill Steckman. Steckman worked at nightshift atop one World Trade Center as an engineer for NBC s transmitter there.

 

We used to play Peter Pan, we used to use the screwdriver as swords, and pretended I was like Peter Pan and he was Captain Hook. He always used to be in the garage, fixing up things with cousin Mikey and he also promised me take me to his work once, but that s not gonna happen

 

I know you were young when it happened, you were only in kindergarten, is there time that you were the most scared when all that was gone.

 

I didn t know that something happened until I came to the living room, I knew you were upset, you / said there was something wrong with Papa, that made me sacred. And I remember that Mikey told me that planes crashed and he wasn t coming back.

 

So I think you did make you feel better to go to sleep at night.

 

Going up to grandma or my parents, giving them a hug, rest on their shoulders. And sometimes when I am back to my room, I pretended that grandpa was right there and nothing was wrong. And my teddy was right there. So that helps me.

 

Do you think you are different, now than you were before, when lost papa?

 

Yeah, I think I'm different because being in certain places, when I m at a happy time, just somewhere in my mind, he just won t get out of there, he just stuck in my mind and that makes me a litter sadder, where I am. And I have a dream with him. I was imagining looks like seeing each other again. And being really happy as a family, without being sad or anything on September 11th.

 

If you could talk to him right now, what would you want to say?

 

I love you and there is no other grandfather I d rather see than you.

 

Frankie Devito remembering his grandfather, Bill Steckman, Frankie was interviewed by his mum, Diana Devito in New York City. To see photos of the participants, and to hear more stories, visit storycorps. net. While you are there, you can make a reservation for your own interview, and learn more about the project. Major support for StoryCorps is provided by State Farm and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Our podcasts are supported by the Fetzer Institute as part of its campaign for Love and Forgiveness. Learn more at loveandforgive. org. All StoryCorps interviews are housed at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. And you can hear StoryCorps on the radio Fridays on NPR s Morning Edition. For the StoryCorps broadcast, I'm Katie Simon. Thanks for listening.

 

Support for NPR popcast comes from Vengard, offering investments design to help individuals, institutions and advisers which has long turn from nation goals. 1AAA Vengard.

[ 本帖最后由 萧小噜 于 2008-9-10 17:48 编辑 ]
作者: Eleven^0^Elaine    时间: 2008-9-10 23:09

On 小噜

 

I m Neda Ulaby, each week we listen in as leading authors of fiction and nonfiction read from their most recent works and take questions at / independent bookstores. Join us at npr. org/booktour

 

StoryCorps is made possible through funding from State Farm, the Atlantic philanthropies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. And most importantly, through the support of participants and listeners like you nationwide.

 

Welcome to the StoryCorps podcast, in this episode we ll hear memories from September 11th, 2001. StoryCorps in the National September 11 from Memorial Musuem at the World Trade Center are working together to collect an oral history of that day. We hope to record interviews for each of the lives lost in the attacks. That's how Diana DeVito and her 10-year-old son Frankie came to the Storycorps. Diana interviewed Frankie about losing his grandfather, Diana's dad, Bill Steckman. Steckman worked at nightshift atop one World Trade Center as an engineer for NBC's transmitter there.

 

"We used to play Peter Pan, we used to use the screwdriver as swords, and pretended I was like Peter Pan and he was Captain Hook. He always used to be in the garage, fixing up things with cousin Mikey and he also promised me take me to his work once, but that's not gonna happen."

 

"I know you were young when it happened, you were only in kindergarten, is there time that you were the most scared when all that was gone?"

 

"I didn't know that something happened until I came to the living room, I knew you were upset, you / said there was something wrong with Papa, that made me sacred. And I remember that Mikey told me that planes crashed and he wasn't coming back. "

 

"So I think you did make you feel better to go to sleep at night."

 

"Going up to grandma or my parents, giving them a hug, rest on their shoulders. And sometimes when I am back to my room, I pretended that grandpa was right there and nothing was wrong. And my teddy was right there. So that helps me. "

 

"Do you think you are different, now than you were before, when lost papa? "

 

"Yeah, I think I'm different because being in certain places, when I m at a happy time, just somewhere in my mind, he just won't get out of there, he just stuck in my mind and that makes me a litter sadder, where I am. And I have a dream with him. I was imagining looks like seeing each other again. And being really happy as a family, without being sad or anything on September 11th. "

 

"If you could talk to him right now, what would you wanna say?"

 

"I love you and there is no other grandfather I'd rather see than you. "

 

Frankie DeVito remembering his grandfather, Bill Steckman, Frankie was interviewed by his mum, Diana DeVito in New York City. To see photos of the participants, and to hear more stories, visit storycorps. net. While you are there, you can make a reservation for your own interview, and learn more about the project. Major support for StoryCorps is provided by State Farm and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Our podcasts are supported by the Fetzer Institute as part of its campaign for Love and Forgiveness. Learn more at loveandforgive. org. All StoryCorps interviews are housed at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. And you can hear StoryCorps on the radio Fridays on NPR's Morning Edition. For the StoryCorps broadcast, I'm Katie Simon. Thanks for listening.

 

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