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Mrs Chana Rivka Greenfeld from NYC wrote on February 13, 2017:
We received the following e-mail recently Dear Mr. And Mrs. Morgenstern, I just came across the book about your amazing daughter Nancy AH. Like most people I'm sure I still clearly remember where I was standing and what I was doing when I got that fateful phone call from a friend telling me that a plane crashed into the Twin Towers. I just can't believe I hadn't known of Nancy till now. Though I am a Chassidish I count amongs my friends woman from across the board and reading about Nancy make me feel truly disappointed that I never had the Z'chus to meet her. I find myself thinking of her often. I will be giving the book to a Jewish inmate that I visit. This woman who unfortunately is serving a long sentence discovered Hashem and Torah during her incarceration. Amazingly she is now keeping Shabbos and Kashrus. She... Read more
We received the following e-mail recently

Dear Mr. And Mrs. Morgenstern,

I just came across the book about your amazing daughter Nancy AH. Like most people I'm sure I still clearly remember where I was standing and what I was doing when I got that fateful phone call from a friend telling me that a plane crashed into the Twin Towers. I just can't believe I hadn't known of Nancy till now. Though I am a Chassidish I count amongs my friends woman from across the board and reading about Nancy make me feel truly disappointed that I never had the Z'chus to meet her. I find myself thinking of her often.

I will be giving the book to a Jewish inmate that I visit. This woman who unfortunately is serving a long sentence discovered Hashem and Torah during her incarceration. Amazingly she is now keeping Shabbos and Kashrus. She is though very afraid of the "Orthodox" label. I am sure reading about Nancys life will give her much Chizuk and help her move on.

Just wanted you to know that Nancy never stopped making ripples. May Hashem be with you and may you find true Nechama.

Sincerely
Mrs Chana Rivka Greenfeld