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In Tribute to David Marc Sullins
30 years old.   Residence: New York, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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I learned this year that you lost your life being a hero. I still remember the 1st day we met when we were 5 years old. You were just adopted I think and I was probably one of the 1st people you met. We started kindergarten soon after. Throughout the years, I have wondered how you were and was so sad to find out you were gone. The last time we had seen each other, maybe when we were 16 or so, you had so much going on in your life and I was so sad for you, but it looks as though you found your way and were happy and that made me so happy for you. May God bless your wife and children and all those who loved you as we remember today. We will never forget.

*** Posted by Theresa (Porter) Zaharko on 2012-09-11 ***

Thinking of you today, Marc. I only got to meet you once when your grandfather in Missouri passed away, but I have been lifelong friends of your grandparents, parents and sisters. I know that those remaining are still grieving your death, as I know your wife and sons are. Please know that you are not forgotten and that you are a hero to so many people. Love and best wishes to your loved ones this day.

*** Posted by Sharon Ousley on 2011-09-11 ***

On the tenth anniversary of this great tragedy, my husband and I met a lady who was desperatly seeking a flag with a label that contained information about her brother, David Marc Sullins. While searching for your brothers, I found the flag of my cousin who also parished in the Twin Towers. I want to thank you for allowing us the opportunity to help you in finding this flag. It was a feeling of walking amongst the angels while we searched for this flag. If she would please email me, I found that flag, and have photos to share with you. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. God Bless.

*** Posted by Ms. Shickert on 2011-09-11 ***

Earlier today (May 1, 2011) you popped into my head and I came to this site for the 1st time in a while. May you be resting even more peacefully now. Always in our hearts bro. God bless you and your family.

*** Posted by Orlando Aviles, NY on 2011-05-02 ***

Marc is now gone for 9 years. We are a lesser world for that. I hope that his wife, Evelyn, and his sons have moved on to live their lives, but have not forgotten his spark. I am saddened that Cabrini Medical Center is closed and that the memorials that we had built in his honor may be lost, but he will be forever in my heart. Peace, Mickey

*** Posted by Mickey Kranz on 2010-09-11 ***

He was a cousin a few times removed, but no family member is really "distant." I was fortunate to have talked with him once during a visit to New York City and a chance encounter on the street. It made my heart sink at first when I saw his name on the casualty list, but time has turned that sinking feeling into pride. Those who knew him loved him greatly, and I am proud to be named with a genuine hero who personified the American spirit when he ran toward danger while others ran away. Blessings and peace, cousin, and may God grant your wife and family the knowledge that you are at peace today in a place where we will meet again.

*** Posted by Richard Sullins on 2009-08-03 ***

I grew up with Marc in Potomac, MD, hiking, biking, and searching around the neighborhood looking for adventures. The fact that he died fearlessly rushing into the World Trade Center buildings is absolutely heartbreaking and chilling; however, this spirit was what we all loved about this special human being. It is an honor for me to call him a friend, and I hope that I can live with the dignity that he always displayed. May God bless his soul and his survivors.

*** Posted by Stephen Smith on 2009-07-30 ***

I had the privilege to know Marc as a friend and colleague at Metrocare and then at Jamaica Hospital. He was the kind of person you'd want your child to be. We will all be forever thankful for the courage and heroism he displayed not only on Sept.11, but everyday he went to work. His voice will always be etched in my mind. May you be resting in peace. We love and miss you. God bless your family.

*** Posted by Orlando Aviles: friend/co-worker on 2006-09-11 ***

I always think of Marc as an obedient and hard-working son. He was a gifted musican who can play the piano by ear with my favorite song "right here waiting" by Richard Marx. He would do his chores around the house without complaining. He would make us laugh with his good sense of humor especially everytime he impersonate actor Jim Carrey.I can still remember how happy he was when I bought him his first car and I named it "yellow boat" coz the color was yellow. We travelled to his homeland (Philippines) together. Although I am not his biological mother, Marc recognized me as his own mother and never fail to call me on mother's day and my birthday (June 12). His birthday is a day after mine, June 13. Now, I missed those calls. I found his biological father in Sioux Falls, SD and also his biological mother in the Philippines. Although it was a bittersweet reunion, he was happy to finally met both of them. I can never forget his face when he hug me and thank me for finding his biological parents and sister because he knew that I worked so hard in finding them because at that time adoption papers were sealed in Washington, DC.

I always think of Marc and still cry everytime I look at his picture. I will always miss him and will never forget and cherished our conversations together (the promises he made to me, his goals, and the happy times we share together as a family.

*** Posted by His adoptive mother on 2006-09-07 ***


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