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Cantor Fitzgerald And The Library

Though it’s been more than 10 years since 9/11, the wounds are still fresh for many Westporters.

Out of the ashes of that tragedy came some inspiring stories. One of the most noted is the story of Cantor Fitzgerald’s rebirth. But the tale has been told, so far, only in bits and pieces.

Edie Lutnick, co-founder and executive director of the Cantor Fitzgerald relief fund, has written a book, An Unbroken Bond: The Untold Story of How the 658 Cantor Fitzgerald Families Faced the Tragedy of 9/11 and Beyond.

This coming Monday (May 21, 7:30 p.m.), she’ll talk about that day — and those that followed — at the Westport Public Library.

A number of Westporters worked for Cantor Fitzgerald. Many others know men and women who did.

Library speakers are always interesting. This time, though, the talk strikes closer to home than usual.

Edie Lutnick

Edie Lutnick