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  • "We've rebuilt, and we're stronger now than we were then. It's just a good feeling to know they failed.
  • "A lot of our parents' bodies weren't found after 9/11, so that could be literally where our fathers' bodies lay to this day. It is a memorial, and it is our grave,"
  • "I put my hand on his name and talk to him," she says. "I just like to catch up and let him know how I'm doing, and let him see that what has happened to him hasn't held me back."
  • "It was just like him putting his hand on my shoulder and saying, 'I'm so proud of you.'"
  • "I just want to look at them and go, 'Then, where did my father go?'"
  • "With people who have gone through what you've been through, it's an unspoken thing. You're instantly friends."
  • "I was telling my mom I wanted to be in the same place my dad was -- just to be with him,"
  • "Obviously, looking back, it sounds kind of frightening."
  • "Just to follow his footsteps at the same company has been a big sense of accomplishment for me,"
  • "In his last moments, he was putting others before himself." The recording brings him back to her. "It's the last thing I have left of him." Kevin Parks' father, Robert Parks Jr., 47, was a bond broker at Cantor Fitzgerald in the north tower. "I've come to appreciate how important it is to have role models. I just look to them and think, 'What would they do in this situation?' There's no better role model than a strong woman. I grew up with an older sister and a mother and I'm a better man for it." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=8" target="_blank">Read his story</a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Kevin Parks' father, Robert Parks Jr., 47, was a bond broker at Cantor Fitzgerald in the north tower. "I've come to appreciate how important it is to have role models. I just look to them and think, 'What would they do in this situation?' There's no better role model than a strong woman. I grew up with an older sister and a mother and I'm a better man for it." Read his story Hide Caption 6 of 11 Kevin Hannaford Jr.'s father, Kevin J. Hannaford Sr., 32, worked as a commodities broker for Cantor Fitzgerald. Kevin was born four months after his father was killed. "I've never met my dad, but it sounds to me like he was a very giving person. He was very outgoing and very generous. He could turn something negative into something positive." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=3" target="_blank">Read his story</a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Kevin Hannaford Jr.'s father, Kevin J. Hannaford Sr., 32, worked as a commodities broker for Cantor Fitzgerald. Kevin was born four months after his father was killed. "I've never met my dad, but it sounds to me like he was a very giving person. He was very outgoing and very generous. He could turn something negative into something positive." Read his story Hide Caption 7 of 11 Juliette Scauso's father, Dennis Scauso, 46, a member of the FDNY Hazmat 1 unit in Queens, was assisting in the evacuation of people trapped in the south tower when it collapsed. "One thing I've struggled with is that people don't know how to react so they treat you differently or say stupid things. And it's not out of malice. You have to grow a thick skin to deal with it." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=20" target="_blank">Read her story</a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Juliette Scauso's father, Dennis Scauso, 46, a member of the FDNY Hazmat 1 unit in Queens, was assisting in the evacuation of people trapped in the south tower when it collapsed. "One thing I've struggled with is that people don't know how to react so they treat you differently or say stupid things. And it's not out of malice. You have to grow a thick skin to deal with it." Read her story Hide Caption 8 of 11 Jessica Waring's father, James Waring, 49, was director of security for Cantor Fitzgerald. "He was very outgoing. He was the life of the party. He loved sports. He was a big kid. He obviously wanted a son, but he didn't get one. But he made sure the four of us girls were active in sports growing up, and he was very involved in whatever that was. He was like everybody's cheerleader." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=26" target="_blank">Read her story</a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Jessica Waring's father, James Waring, 49, was director of security for Cantor Fitzgerald. "He was very outgoing. He was the life of the party. He loved sports. He was a big kid. He obviously wanted a son, but he didn't get one. But he made sure the four of us girls were active in sports growing up, and he was very involved in whatever that was. He was like everybody's cheerleader." Read her story Hide Caption 9 of 11 Caroline Tumulty-Ollemar's father, Lance R. Tumulty, 32, was a manager of distressed trading operations for Eurobrokers Inc. on the 84th floor of the south tower. "He's always somehow in the back of my mind. I think a lot of times, just like ... wow, he's really not here and I'm never actually going to see him again. I will have moments where I'll just break down." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=18" target="_blank">Read her story</a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Caroline Tumulty-Ollemar's father, Lance R. Tumulty, 32, was a manager of distressed trading operations for Eurobrokers Inc. on the 84th floor of the south tower. "He's always somehow in the back of my mind. I think a lot of times, just like ... wow, he's really not here and I'm never actually going to see him again. I will have moments where I'll just break down." Read her story Hide Caption 10 of 11 Alfred Vukosa's father, Alfred Vukosa, 37, worked as an information technology specialist at Cantor Fitzgerald in the north tower. "I miss seeing him. Probably the hardest time was high school, because you're starting to make that jump from kid to teenager. And I think that's when you miss your father the most." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=25" target="_blank">Read his story</a><br /> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Alfred Vukosa's father, Alfred Vukosa, 37, worked as an information technology specialist at Cantor Fitzgerald in the north tower. "I miss seeing him. Probably the hardest time was high school, because you're starting to make that jump from kid to teenager. And I think that's when you miss your father the most." Read his story Hide Caption 11 of 11 They lost their fathers but are "still here," resilient and successful. Ten 9/11 "children" -- now ages 14 to 29 -- join CNN's Brooke Baldwin in a Town Hall about coming of age in the age of terror. Click through the gallery to meet them, and follow the links to <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html" target="_blank">read their stories. </a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 They lost their fathers but are "still here," resilient and successful. Ten 9/11 "children" -- now ages 14 to 29 -- join CNN's Brooke Baldwin in a Town Hall about coming of age in the age of terror. Click through the gallery to meet them, and follow the links to read their stories. Hide Caption 1 of 11 Nicole Pila's father, James M. Gartenberg, 35, was a real estate broker with Julien J. Studley Inc. on the 86th floor of the north tower. "When the twin towers were hit, my dad called a news station and got his voice out to the families. He reminded everyone to stay calm. At that moment, he was thinking of everyone else and not himself. I do like to see that video because it reminds me of his voice. It's the last thing I have left of him." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=15" target="_blank">Read her story</a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Nicole Pila's father, James M. Gartenberg, 35, was a real estate broker with Julien J. Studley Inc. on the 86th floor of the north tower. "When the twin towers were hit, my dad called a news station and got his voice out to the families. He reminded everyone to stay calm. At that moment, he was thinking of everyone else and not himself. I do like to see that video because it reminds me of his voice. It's the last thing I have left of him." Read her story Hide Caption 2 of 11 Sal Pepe's father, Salvatore Pepe, 45, was an assistant vice president for technology at Marsh & McLennan and was killed on the 97th floor of the north tower. "If I could talk to him, I think I would ask him how he is, because I haven't had a real conversation with him ever. I'd ask him so I feel like I know how he interprets life. ... I'd like to know what his beliefs are, what his goals are." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=13" target="_blank">Read his story</a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Sal Pepe's father, Salvatore Pepe, 45, was an assistant vice president for technology at Marsh & McLennan and was killed on the 97th floor of the north tower. "If I could talk to him, I think I would ask him how he is, because I haven't had a real conversation with him ever. I'd ask him so I feel like I know how he interprets life. ... I'd like to know what his beliefs are, what his goals are." Read his story Hide Caption 3 of 11 Rodney Wotton's father, Rodney J. Wotton, 36, was senior vice president of website design for Fiduciary Trust Co. He was killed on the 97th floor of the south tower, eight days before his son was born. "I still have a stuffed animal my dad bought for me. It's a dog. I named it Scooter. I used to always sleep with it. I'm probably never going to get rid of it. I like it a lot. It's really special. He knew I wanted that even though he didn't meet me." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=27" target="_blank">Read his story</a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Rodney Wotton's father, Rodney J. Wotton, 36, was senior vice president of website design for Fiduciary Trust Co. He was killed on the 97th floor of the south tower, eight days before his son was born. "I still have a stuffed animal my dad bought for me. It's a dog. I named it Scooter. I used to always sleep with it. I'm probably never going to get rid of it. I like it a lot. It's really special. He knew I wanted that even though he didn't meet me." Read his story Hide Caption 4 of 11 Patrick Hannaford's father, Kevin J. Hannaford Sr., 32, worked as a commodities broker for Cantor Fitzgerald on the 105th floor of the north tower. "We've always tried our best in school to do well and get good grades. We were always told how he tried his hardest in everything, and we've always tried to live up to his example." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=10" target="_blank">Read his story</a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Patrick Hannaford's father, Kevin J. Hannaford Sr., 32, worked as a commodities broker for Cantor Fitzgerald on the 105th floor of the north tower. "We've always tried our best in school to do well and get good grades. We were always told how he tried his hardest in everything, and we've always tried to live up to his example." Read his story Hide Caption 5 of 11 Kevin Parks' father, Robert Parks Jr., 47, was a bond broker at Cantor Fitzgerald in the north tower. "I've come to appreciate how important it is to have role models. I just look to them and think, 'What would they do in this situation?' There's no better role model than a strong woman. I grew up with an older sister and a mother and I'm a better man for it." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=8" target="_blank">Read his story</a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Kevin Parks' father, Robert Parks Jr., 47, was a bond broker at Cantor Fitzgerald in the north tower. "I've come to appreciate how important it is to have role models. I just look to them and think, 'What would they do in this situation?' There's no better role model than a strong woman. I grew up with an older sister and a mother and I'm a better man for it." Read his story Hide Caption 6 of 11 Kevin Hannaford Jr.'s father, Kevin J. Hannaford Sr., 32, worked as a commodities broker for Cantor Fitzgerald. Kevin was born four months after his father was killed. "I've never met my dad, but it sounds to me like he was a very giving person. He was very outgoing and very generous. He could turn something negative into something positive." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=3" target="_blank">Read his story</a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Kevin Hannaford Jr.'s father, Kevin J. Hannaford Sr., 32, worked as a commodities broker for Cantor Fitzgerald. Kevin was born four months after his father was killed. "I've never met my dad, but it sounds to me like he was a very giving person. He was very outgoing and very generous. He could turn something negative into something positive." Read his story Hide Caption 7 of 11 Juliette Scauso's father, Dennis Scauso, 46, a member of the FDNY Hazmat 1 unit in Queens, was assisting in the evacuation of people trapped in the south tower when it collapsed. "One thing I've struggled with is that people don't know how to react so they treat you differently or say stupid things. And it's not out of malice. You have to grow a thick skin to deal with it." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=20" target="_blank">Read her story</a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Juliette Scauso's father, Dennis Scauso, 46, a member of the FDNY Hazmat 1 unit in Queens, was assisting in the evacuation of people trapped in the south tower when it collapsed. "One thing I've struggled with is that people don't know how to react so they treat you differently or say stupid things. And it's not out of malice. You have to grow a thick skin to deal with it." Read her story Hide Caption 8 of 11 Jessica Waring's father, James Waring, 49, was director of security for Cantor Fitzgerald. "He was very outgoing. He was the life of the party. He loved sports. He was a big kid. He obviously wanted a son, but he didn't get one. But he made sure the four of us girls were active in sports growing up, and he was very involved in whatever that was. He was like everybody's cheerleader." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=26" target="_blank">Read her story</a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Jessica Waring's father, James Waring, 49, was director of security for Cantor Fitzgerald. "He was very outgoing. He was the life of the party. He loved sports. He was a big kid. He obviously wanted a son, but he didn't get one. But he made sure the four of us girls were active in sports growing up, and he was very involved in whatever that was. He was like everybody's cheerleader." Read her story Hide Caption 9 of 11 Caroline Tumulty-Ollemar's father, Lance R. Tumulty, 32, was a manager of distressed trading operations for Eurobrokers Inc. on the 84th floor of the south tower. "He's always somehow in the back of my mind. I think a lot of times, just like ... wow, he's really not here and I'm never actually going to see him again. I will have moments where I'll just break down." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=18" target="_blank">Read her story</a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Caroline Tumulty-Ollemar's father, Lance R. Tumulty, 32, was a manager of distressed trading operations for Eurobrokers Inc. on the 84th floor of the south tower. "He's always somehow in the back of my mind. I think a lot of times, just like ... wow, he's really not here and I'm never actually going to see him again. I will have moments where I'll just break down." Read her story Hide Caption 10 of 11 Alfred Vukosa's father, Alfred Vukosa, 37, worked as an information technology specialist at Cantor Fitzgerald in the north tower. "I miss seeing him. Probably the hardest time was high school, because you're starting to make that jump from kid to teenager. And I think that's when you miss your father the most." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=25" target="_blank">Read his story</a><br /> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Alfred Vukosa's father, Alfred Vukosa, 37, worked as an information technology specialist at Cantor Fitzgerald in the north tower. "I miss seeing him. Probably the hardest time was high school, because you're starting to make that jump from kid to teenager. And I think that's when you miss your father the most." Read his story Hide Caption 11 of 11 They lost their fathers but are "still here," resilient and successful. Ten 9/11 "children" -- now ages 14 to 29 -- join CNN's Brooke Baldwin in a Town Hall about coming of age in the age of terror. Click through the gallery to meet them, and follow the links to <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html" target="_blank">read their stories. </a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 They lost their fathers but are "still here," resilient and successful. Ten 9/11 "children" -- now ages 14 to 29 -- join CNN's Brooke Baldwin in a Town Hall about coming of age in the age of terror. Click through the gallery to meet them, and follow the links to read their stories. Hide Caption 1 of 11 Nicole Pila's father, James M. Gartenberg, 35, was a real estate broker with Julien J. Studley Inc. on the 86th floor of the north tower. "When the twin towers were hit, my dad called a news station and got his voice out to the families. He reminded everyone to stay calm. At that moment, he was thinking of everyone else and not himself. I do like to see that video because it reminds me of his voice. It's the last thing I have left of him." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=15" target="_blank">Read her story</a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Nicole Pila's father, James M. Gartenberg, 35, was a real estate broker with Julien J. Studley Inc. on the 86th floor of the north tower. "When the twin towers were hit, my dad called a news station and got his voice out to the families. He reminded everyone to stay calm. At that moment, he was thinking of everyone else and not himself. I do like to see that video because it reminds me of his voice. It's the last thing I have left of him." Read her story Hide Caption 2 of 11 Sal Pepe's father, Salvatore Pepe, 45, was an assistant vice president for technology at Marsh & McLennan and was killed on the 97th floor of the north tower. "If I could talk to him, I think I would ask him how he is, because I haven't had a real conversation with him ever. I'd ask him so I feel like I know how he interprets life. ... I'd like to know what his beliefs are, what his goals are." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=13" target="_blank">Read his story</a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Sal Pepe's father, Salvatore Pepe, 45, was an assistant vice president for technology at Marsh & McLennan and was killed on the 97th floor of the north tower. "If I could talk to him, I think I would ask him how he is, because I haven't had a real conversation with him ever. I'd ask him so I feel like I know how he interprets life. ... I'd like to know what his beliefs are, what his goals are." Read his story Hide Caption 3 of 11 Rodney Wotton's father, Rodney J. Wotton, 36, was senior vice president of website design for Fiduciary Trust Co. He was killed on the 97th floor of the south tower, eight days before his son was born. "I still have a stuffed animal my dad bought for me. It's a dog. I named it Scooter. I used to always sleep with it. I'm probably never going to get rid of it. I like it a lot. It's really special. He knew I wanted that even though he didn't meet me." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=27" target="_blank">Read his story</a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Rodney Wotton's father, Rodney J. Wotton, 36, was senior vice president of website design for Fiduciary Trust Co. He was killed on the 97th floor of the south tower, eight days before his son was born. "I still have a stuffed animal my dad bought for me. It's a dog. I named it Scooter. I used to always sleep with it. I'm probably never going to get rid of it. I like it a lot. It's really special. He knew I wanted that even though he didn't meet me." Read his story Hide Caption 4 of 11 Patrick Hannaford's father, Kevin J. Hannaford Sr., 32, worked as a commodities broker for Cantor Fitzgerald on the 105th floor of the north tower. "We've always tried our best in school to do well and get good grades. We were always told how he tried his hardest in everything, and we've always tried to live up to his example." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=10" target="_blank">Read his story</a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Patrick Hannaford's father, Kevin J. Hannaford Sr., 32, worked as a commodities broker for Cantor Fitzgerald on the 105th floor of the north tower. "We've always tried our best in school to do well and get good grades. We were always told how he tried his hardest in everything, and we've always tried to live up to his example." Read his story Hide Caption 5 of 11 Kevin Parks' father, Robert Parks Jr., 47, was a bond broker at Cantor Fitzgerald in the north tower. "I've come to appreciate how important it is to have role models. I just look to them and think, 'What would they do in this situation?' There's no better role model than a strong woman. I grew up with an older sister and a mother and I'm a better man for it." <a xlink:href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html?active=8" target="_blank">Read his story</a> Photos: 10 children of 9/11 Kevin Parks' father, Robert Parks Jr., 47, was a bond broker at Cantor Fitzgerald in the north tower. "I've come to appreciate how important it is to have role models. I just look to them and think, 'What would they do in this situation?' There's no better role model than a strong woman. I grew up with an older sister and a mother and I'm a better man for it." 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