In New Jersey, Samantha Gill, a South Jersey Firefighter – EMT who responded to the World Trade Center following the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks died Friday at her home after a lengthy illness. She was 46. “She had the personality of an angel who would always compliment you on what you were doing, how you dressed,” Atlantic City Fire Chief Scott Evans said. “She was the kind of person that would make you feel good when you walked into a room. She would always be looking out for everyone in the room but her.”
A mother of two girls, Audrey, 12, and Addie, 9, Gill is remembered as a positive force in South Jersey, from her work as an emergency medical technician in Atlantic City, a Firefighter in Pleasantville and a dedicated mother and an advocate for her youngest daughter, who has special needs. Our condolences to all those affected by this loss. Rest In Peace.