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  1. Hi, Mark,

    My wife and I moved from the City of Syracuse almost five years ago to Sweet Road in Pompey. It turns out that the house we purchased was constructed to replace the house that burned on March 7, 2002, in which the two firemen, Timothy Lynch and John Ginocchetti, lost their lives.
    Of course, the tragedy led us to the subsequent Tim Ginocchetti story and to your book, GOD’S NOBODIES.

    There is a wonderful Maple tree in the backyard that has been there for over one hundred years. When we moved in, it was surrounded by weeds and piles of trash and junk. We cleaned the area and created a special place in honor of the two firemen. We would like to share this story and pictures of the tree (and the plaque in honor of his Dad) with Tim. We are looking for guidance and hoping that you might provide a bit of insight as we are very sensitive to triggering anything that may upset him or cause trauma.

    We are looking to share this with him in a very private way as we approach the 15th anniversary of the fire.

    Jim Clark and Sharon Gordon

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