September AultCare FastBreak Breakfast
GEORGE SLEIGH, World Trade Center attack Survivor
Join us for the September AultCare Fast Break Breakfast when 911 World Trade Center attack survivor, George Sleigh shares his stories of survival of two attacks on the World Trade Center.
On September 11, 2001, Sleigh and eleven co-workers were in the only occupied office on the 91st floor of the North Tower. He noticed a low flying plane passing the Empire State Building and headed his way. That plane would hit just a few floors above his office.
Eight years earlier, Sleigh was in his office on the 101st floor when it was attacked with a truck bomb. He and his co-workers would go up to the observation deck before climbing down 106 stories to safety.
You won't want to miss this enthralling speaker's stories of survival and faith. This event will be a sell-out, so register early.
About the Breakfast:
Fast Break attendees have the opportunity to obtain business leads through enjoyable networking activities at an event that has built a reputation as one of the most energetic lead producing sessions in Stark County. You’ll hear compelling speakers, meet new business contacts and enjoy a delicious breakfast. And, if you bring a door prize valued at $15 or more, you’ll even star in your very own 30 second commercial to promote your business!
Registration begins at 7 a.m. | Event starts promptly at 7:30 a.m.
*Make your reservation below. Please Note: Pay on-line or at the door.
George Sleigh was born in Gateshead, England. Graduated from Rutherford College of Technology in Newcastle, England with a degree in Naval Architecture and spent his career in ship design and shipbuilding related organizations. Moved from England to Canada in 1961 and subsequently moved to Cleveland and then to New York where he worked for 20 years (including 10 years in the World Trade Center, where he was on 9/11/2001).
Worked for the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) for 35 years, where his final responsibility was Manager of the Technical Consistency Department. ABS is an organization that acts in maritime matters that relate directly to the safety of life and property at sea.
Retired in 2003, moved back to Ohio, lives in Hudson with his wife, Elaine, of 52 years. They have 3 children and 11 grandchildren.