Officer Gregg Froehner, forty-six, had specialized training in numerous rescue areas. He was on hand in 1993 during the World Trade Center bombing as well as once when an out-of-control elevator with a dozen passengers slammed into a tower’s ceiling. And he was at the World Trade Center on September 11th. Froehner started working for the Port Authority in 1979. He completed a counterterrorism course on toxic and biological agents in 1995. He was also a handyman who fixed equipment in the field. Port Authority Police Sergeant John Gilburn, who knew Froehner for more than two decades, said that he was one of the guys everyone wanted to work with. Froehner loved to play golf and spend time with his family – his wife, Mary and their children, Meghan, Heather, Matthew and Kathleen.