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September 11, 2020
Wilk - We continue to remember you and all the fallen heroes on another anniversary of 9/11. Just checking in again to let all those know they are not forgotten. Hoping all is well with your wife and children. Thanks for continuing to be our guardian to do the right thing in our lives, as you lived yours. Miss you my friend.
September 11, 2020
Lt. Wilkinson,

Remembering your ultimate sacrifice you made today when you unselfishly answered the call to serve your fellow man. You, your family, and fellow heroes will always be in my payers. You will never be forgotten.

CWO3 Jason Frisch, USMC (Ret.)
September 11, 2019
Lt. Wilkinson,

Remembering the ultimate sacrifice you and your fellow brothers made that day. I wear your name with pride around my wrist and will always continue to do so. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family not only today but everyday. Let your bravery and sense of duty continue to be a shining example to others who may follow in your footsteps.

CWO3 Jason A. Frisch, USMC

September 11, 2019
The years pass, another anniversary of a dreadful day is recognized, and those memories still continue to haunt us all. The heroic acts from you and all of New York's bravest and finest are not forgotten my friend.
I know I have said this many times but it truly was an honor and a privilege to have you as a teammate, classmate and friend. You always stood up for the underdog and know you would continue to champion the charge to eliminate bullying from our society. You hated that type of behavior, I remember those deeds well, especially at an age when that type of peer pressure was at its pinnacle, but you always knew it was not right. You were bigger and better than that kind of meanness to another person. Another lesson learned from "The Wilk". Thank you for continuing to give us all the moral compass to do the right thing and honor your legacy.

Gary Flynn
LMHS 73'
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