As night fell on Veterans Day, his name shone along with all the other backlit names ringing the memorial pool that marks the footprint of the World Trade Center’s fallen South Tower. “Scott Matthew Davidson” Surrounding his name are those of five fellow members of Ladder 118 who died with him. The surviving members of the company remember Davidson as being at at once golden-hearted and brutally honest, saying whatever was on his mind. “Scotty was able to insult you, but made you feel good about it,” says Firefighter John Sorrentino, now retired. And nobody could be more fearlessly funny, as Davidson demonstrated at the end of a scheduled 7 to 8 p.m. drill in the firehouse overseen by a visiting deputy chief whom Sorrentino notes “wasn’t the most liked chief on the job.” Davidson began by announcing the time. “Chief, 8 o’clock, time for you to go,” Davidson told him. Davidson then went up and put his arm around him. “Chief, I don’t know why nobody likes you,” Davidson said. “I think you’re a nice guy.” Davidson had joined the fire department around the time his son, Pete, was born, and the future Saturday Night Live star was a… Read full this story
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