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Michael Samuel Kaplan
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Michael S. Kaplan Michael “Mike” Samuel Kaplan, 46, of Frederick County, Virginia, died Thursday, December 23, 2010, in Winchester Medical Center, as a result of complications that developed from his 9 months of rescue and recovery service at ground zero after 9/11. Mr. Kaplan was born in Freeport, Long Island, New York, the son of …
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Cheryl left a message on January 30, 2013:
Dear Bonnie So sorry to read about Mike. -Thinking of you. God bless, Cheryl
Team left a message on January 30, 2013:
Mr. Kaplan, mighty warrior, I didn’t know you personally but, from one firefighter to another, I Thank you for your service as a firefighter, I Thank you for going the extra mile at 911. We thank God for you, our fellow American, who will not let a world decide, what is right or wrong. You are the one of many who gave your heart and life to bring freedom to a needy nation. I call you a “True Warrior“, warriors dressed in red suits, navy blue or yellow, called in all the recruits to rescue…to help someone you didn’t know, now that’s a true warrior. It is important to remember that 9/11 was not an isolated day in history, and that its affects continue to claim our heroes. As the sun sets here on earth, a new warrior rises in heaven. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, but love leaves a memory no one can steal. To our mighty warrior Thank you Mr. Kaplan, our thoughts and prayers are with you, constantly. May God Bless and Keep You our Mighty Warrior……………. Team Jason……..
Robert Venable left a message on December 26, 2010:
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Cheryl Burton left a message on December 27, 2010:
Dear Bonnie So sorry to read about Mike. -Thinking of you. God bless, Cheryl
Team Jason left a message on December 29, 2010:
Mr. Kaplan, mighty warrior, I didn’t know you personally but, from one firefighter to another, I Thank you for your service as a firefighter, I Thank you for going the extra mile at 911. We thank God for you, our fellow American, who will not let a world decide, what is right or wrong. You are the one of many who gave your heart and life to bring freedom to a needy nation. I call you a “True Warrior“, warriors dressed in red suits, navy blue or yellow, called in all the recruits to rescue…to help someone you didn’t know, now that’s a true warrior. It is important to remember that 9/11 was not an isolated day in history, and that its affects continue to claim our heroes. As the sun sets here on earth, a new warrior rises in heaven. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, but love leaves a memory no one can steal. To our mighty warrior Thank you Mr. Kaplan, our thoughts and prayers are with you, constantly. May God Bless and Keep You our Mighty Warrior……………. Team Jason……..
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