Quackenbush Family Perseveres After Tragedy Of 9/11


Some time had passed since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks when Gail Quackenbush found herself standing behind home plate at Shea Stadium, where her brother, Chris, had held season tickets. Mets manager Bobby Valentine approached and she handed him a small vial. Then Valentine quietly scattered Chris Quackenbush’s (UNC '79) ashes behind home plate. (MLB.com)

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Quackenbush Family Perseveres After Tragedy Of 9/11


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