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20 years since 9/11, Tunnel to Towers CEO Frank Siller completes 537-mile 'Never Forget Walk'


Frank Siller, the philanthropic brother of a fallen 9/11 first responder, finished his 537-mile journey on Saturday from Washington D.C. to New York Cityin honor of the thousands who lost their lives in the attacks 20 years ago. 


Siller walked through six states in six weeks, beginning at the Pentagon, the scene of one of the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, then making his way into Shanksville, Pennsylvania. He book-ended the "Never Forget Walk" on Saturday morning "retracing his brother’s final footsteps," according to a press release from the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, which Siller and his siblings founded in honor of the fallen. 

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