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Topic - Robert Ostrofsky
"I do feel I have an obligation to the guys we lost," he said. "I think they would understand if I moved on. At this point in my life, I need to take care of myself."
"A lot of the guys we lost were guys who enabled us to move in the right direction, and a lot of that was taken away that day," said Mr. Ostrofsky, 44.