AS TOLD TO BOB ANDELMAN For Gary Pearson, director of meetings and conventions for Aon Corporation, there was no time for disbelief, no time to grieve. Eleven hundred of his colleagues were working in their World Trade Center offices in New York when the towers were hit on the morning of September 11. Some 200 never made it out. From that day until the final heartfelt words at memorial services two weeks later, Pearson and his associates Harriet Washburn, vice president-travel, and Mary Ann ...

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