A Sister's Undying Love
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A Sister's Undying Love

Although Kathy Dillaber dedicates countless hours to fundraising for the Pentagon Memorial and vows to never let people forget, she wishes the 2-acre park had no reason to exist. A 9/11 survivor, Dillaber feels fortunate she was able to keep her own life - but she lost a part of herself that day - her younger sister, Patty Mickley.Video by Whitney Shefte/washingtonpost.comWatch: 'Where They Were on 9/11'

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