Wisconsin woman to be remembered at 9/11 Museum
NEW YORK - A young woman from West Bend, killed in the Sept. 11th attacks, will be forever remembered at the 9/11 Memorial Museum.
Andrea Haberman, 25, was in New York City for business when hijacked planes hit the World Trade Center towers. Years later, crews at Ground Zero recovered the personal items she had with her that fateful day. Haberman's parents donated the items to the museum.
"Andrea's artifacts will be in an exhibit," Andrea's father, Gordon Haberman, told me. "I know (the items) will be cared for."
The Habermans will head to New York on Friday to visit the museum.
"I'm facing the trip with a bit of trepidation," Haberman admitted.