Mother Awaits Son's Call
Football, wrestling, snowboarding, baseball. There is not a sport that Michael Mullin, 27, would not eagerly throw himself into. The same goes for spectator sports, and Mr. Mullin was thrilled to have finally secured season tickets to the Giants after years of trying. "My boy just loves sports," said his mother, Lynn. "He loves to have fun, and he loves to make everyone laugh."
A trader with Cantor Fitzgerald, Mr. Mullin worked on the 104th floor of Tower 1 and lived in Hoboken, N.J., with one of his brothers. There were five children in the Mullin family, and all of Mr. Mullin's siblings have been spending recent days in Manhattan; father and son volunteering to remove rubble, the other three children canvassing the city for information about their brother. Mrs. Mullin has been staying home in Holbrook, N.Y., awaiting what she believes will be a call from her son. "He used to call me every day just to check in," she said through tears. "I'm just waiting for the phone to ring, to hear his voice."
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