Siller Walk 2017


Tunnel To Towers 5K Run & Walk New York City

Watch The Story Behind The Run And Meet Those Touched By The Foundation’s Work

 

Tunnel To Towers Flag World Financial CenterOn September 11th, 2001, firefighter Stephen Siller had just gotten off the late shift at Squad 1, Park Slope, Brooklyn. He was on his way to play golf with his brothers on that bright clear day when his scanner told of the first plane hitting the Twin Towers. When he heard the news, he called his wife Sally to tell her he would be late because he had to help those in need.

He returned to Squad 1 to get his gear, then took his final heroic steps to the World Trade Center. When Stephen drove his truck to the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel, it was already closed to traffic . With sixty pounds of gear strapped to his back, he ran through the Tunnel, hoping to meet up with his own company. Stephen laid down his life on 9/11.

Ever since, the Siller Family has honored his legacy with the Tunnel to Towers Run. The event supports children who have lost a parent, firefighters and military who have been seriously injured and sacrificed their quality of life in the line of duty.

Support our first-responders and military who make extraordinary sacrifices in the line of duty.


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Tunnel To Towers 2018

 

Tunnel To Towers: The Stephen Siller Story

Wounded Warriors Retrace Famous Steps In Emotional Run

What It Looks Like To Run Tunnel To Towers

Smart Homes Give Injured Soldiers Their Lives Back

Annual Tower Climb Honors New York’s Bravest

Building Homes For Gold Star Families

Slain Officer’s Family Gets A New Home For Christmas

Taste Of The Jets Helps The Cause

The Growing History Of The Stephen Siller Foundation

Tunnel To Towers 2018

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