9/11 widower Charlie Clyne upset over decrease in scholarship given in wife's name at Touro Law School

Clyne learned in March that the school had

Clyne learned in March that the school had reduced those scholarships to $7,500 each. (August 26, 2014 6:40 PM)

A widower who lost his wife on 9/11 says the scholarship fund he started in her memory was lowered without his knowledge.

Charlie Clyne lost his wife Susan in the north tower of the World Trade Center. When News 12 first met the Clyne family in 2002, they were raising money in her memory for the Lindenhurst School District.

The donations eventually blossomed into a scholarship fund at...

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