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Her name is Erin Finnegan.
The place is the Michael B. Finnegan Learning Center.

Erin's letter to Mike
Michael Bradley Finnegan was born on March 14, 1964, in Syracuse, New York, to Frank and Beverly Finnegan, and was the brother of Katherine. Mike married Erin in 1992 and had three children, Bridget, Bradley and Jack. He earned a BA in Economics from the University of Richmond. Mike’s passions were his family, friends and golf. On September 11, Mike was working for Cantor Fitzgerald on the 104th floor of the North Tower. He was thirty-seven years old.

 About The First Tee of the Palm Beaches

The First Tee of The Palm Beaches has quickly evolved into a major youth development program in Palm Beach County. One major opportunity we provide that no other program can claim is that we offer a place to continue the skill improvement and personal development of a child as long as he or she desires. We have an enormous geographic opportunity to reach many more children throughout Palm Beach and Martin Counties.

 
 

Los Angeles Times interviews Erin Finnegan
Ten years after 9/11, sports remain a healing force. For some, the rituals associated with playing or watching sports trigger fond memories of loved ones lost in the terrorist attacks, and can act as a salve for emotional wounds.

September 09, 2011|By David Wharton