Now she is pleading for the return of her ring and two diamond ribbons, which disappeared last month after leaving her at the bedside table in a house owned by a staff member hired in West Hampton, New York. Iken-Murphy said she has reported the missing rings to the Southampton police, which she has investigated as being stolen.
"I just need my rings," Iken-Murphy said Wednesday to Lynn Smith of HLN. "It's not about money, it's about how important they are and what they mean."
Iken-Murphy met her deceased husband Michael Iken on September 11, 1999. They were married eleven months when Iken, who worked as a bond trader at Euro Brokers on the 84th floor of the World Trade Center South tower, died in the terrorist attack. He was 37 years old.
He called her on the day of the attacks to tell her that everything was alright.
Years later, she fell in love with Bob Murphy, a New York firefighter, who married in 2006.
Iken-Murphy said, she designed the new wedding ring with the diamonds ring that Michael Iken gave her to make sure he would always be part of her life.
Her new husband lost other firefighters on Sept. 11 and understood her wish, Ikens
"I did not choose the tragedy to happen in my life," she told CNN in an interview. "I did not move on. I was drawn into the life given to me. "
The Pope even blessed the rings at a ceremony at Ground Zero in 2015, in which Iken-Murphy and her two young daughters took part.
Iken-Murphy celebrated her deceased husband's birthday on Sunday at Ground Zero with his favorite Merlot – he was 55.
"I do everything in his honor, wear his spirit and heritage, so that my girls … do that She said about her daughters, 13-year-old Madison and 11-year-old Megan.
She said the ring was "a symbol of the love I had for Michael and the love I had for mine Husband, "she said.
Iken-Murphy had hoped to be able to pass the ring on to her daughters, so love continues, she said.
" They will always make this ring from the union of two souls have, "she said.
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