Fred Guttenberg, author of Find the Helpers, was featured on ABC News where the three year anniversary of the Parkland, FL massacre was discussed.
Parkland 3 years later: How survivors, parents are channeling trauma into change
On Feb. 14, 2018, 17 people were killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
By Emily Shapiro
“Fred Guttenberg, whose 14-year-old daughter, Jaime, a talented dancer, was killed, has become a staunch advocate for gun reform. He released a book last year about his experience.”
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Find The Helpers
What 9/11 and Parkland Taught Me About Recovery, Purpose, and Hope
Life changed forever on Valentine’s Day 2018. What was to be a family day celebrating love turned into a nightmare. Thirty-four people were shot at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Jaime Guttenberg, a fourteen-year-old with a huge heart, was the second to last victim. That she and so many of her fellow students were struck down in cold blood galvanized many to action, including Jaime’s father Fred who has become an activist dedicated to passing common sense gun safety legislation.
Fred was already struggling with deep personal loss. Four months earlier his brother Michael died of 9/11 induced pancreatic cancer. He had been exposed to so much dust and chemicals at Ground Zero, the damage caught up with him. Michael battled heroically for nearly five years and then died at age fifty.