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Sept 11 2001: Chronology of Terror
September 11: Chronology of Terror From CNN
8:45 a.m. (all times are EDT): A hijacked passenger jet, American Airlines Flight 11 out of Boston, Massachusetts, crashes into the north tower of the World Trade Center, tearing a gaping hole in the building and setting it afire. 9:03 a.m.: A second hijacked airliner, United Airlines Flight 175 from Boston, crashes into the south tower of the World Trade Center and explodes. Both buildings are burning. 9:17 a.m.: The Federal Aviation Administration shuts down all New York City area airports. 9:21 a.m.: The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey orders all bridges and tunnels in the New York area closed. 9:30 a.m.: President Bush, speaking in Sarasota, Florida, says the country has suffered an "apparent terrorist attack." 9:40 a.m.: The FAA halts all flight operations at U.S. airports, the first time in U.S. history that air traffic nationwide has been halted. 9:43 a.m.: American Airlines Flight 77 crashes into the Pentagon, sending up a huge plume of smoke. Evacuation begins immediately. 9:45 a.m.: The White House evacuates. 9:57 a.m.: Bush departs from Florida. 10:05 a.m.: The south tower of the World Trade Center collapses, plummeting into the streets below. A massive cloud of dust and debris forms and slowly drifts away from the building. 10:08 a.m.: Secret Service agents armed with automatic rifles are deployed into Lafayette Park across from the White House. 10:10 a.m.: A portion of the Pentagon collapses. 10:10 a.m.: United Airlines Flight 93, also hijacked, crashes in Somerset County, Pennsylvania, southeast of Pittsburgh. 10:13 a.m.: The United Nations building evacuates, including 4,700 people from the headquarters building and 7,000 total from UNICEF and U.N. development programs. 10:22 a.m.: In Washington, the State and Justice departments are evacuated, along with the World Bank. 10:24 a.m.: The FAA reports that all inbound transatlantic aircraft flying into the United States are being diverted to Canada. 10:28 a.m.: The World Trade Center's north tower collapses from the top down as if it were being peeled apart, releasing a tremendous cloud of debris and smoke. 10:45 a.m.: All federal office buildings in Washington are evacuated. 10.46 a.m.: U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell cuts short his trip to Latin America to return to the United States. 10.48 a.m.: Police confirm the plane crash in Pennsylvania. 10:53 a.m.: New York's primary elections, scheduled for Tuesday, are postponed. 10:54 a.m.: Israel evacuates all diplomatic missions. 10:57 a.m.: New York Gov. George Pataki says all state government offices are closed. 11:02 a.m.: New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani urges New Yorkers to stay at home and orders an evacuation of the area south of Canal Street.
11:16 a.m.: CNN reports that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is preparing emergency-response teams in a precautionary move. 11:18 a.m.: American Airlines reports it has lost two aircraft. American Flight 11, a Boeing 767 flying from Boston to Los Angeles, had 81 passengers and 11 crew aboard. Flight 77, a Boeing 757 en route from Washington's Dulles International Airport to Los Angeles, had 58 passengers and six crew members aboard. Flight 11 slammed into the north tower of the World Trade Center. Flight 77 hit the Pentagon. September 11 2001 Chronology of Terror Continues on Page 4
Sept 11 2001: Chronology of Terror
2:49 p.m.: At a news conference, Giuliani says that subway and bus service are partially restored in New York City. Asked about the number of people killed, Giuliani says, "I don't think we want to speculate about that -- more than any of us can bear." 3:55 p.m.: Karen Hughes, a White House counselor, says the president is at an undisclosed location, later revealed to be Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska, and is conducting a National Security Council meeting by phone. Vice President Dick Cheney and National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice are in a secure facility at the White House. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld is at the Pentagon. 3:55 p.m.: Giuliani now says the number of critically injured in New York City is up to 200 with 2,100 total injuries reported. 4 p.m: CNN National Security Correspondent David Ensor reports that U.S. officials say there are "good indications" that Saudi militant Osama bin Laden, suspected of coordinating the to return to Washington. 5:15 p.m.: CNN Military Affairs Correspondent Jamie McIntyre reports fires are still burning in part of the Pentagon. No death figures have been released yet. 5:20 p.m.: The 47-story Building 7 of the World Trade Center complex collapses. The evacuated building is damaged when the twin towers across the street collapse earlier in the day. Other nearby buildings in the area remain ablaze. 5:30 p.m.: CNN Senior White House Correspondent John King reports that U.S. officials say the plane that crashed in Pennsylvania could have been headed for one of three possible targets: Camp David, the White House or the U.S. Capitol building. 6 p.m.: Explosions are heard in Kabul, Afghanistan, hours after terrorist attacks targeted financial and military centers in the United States. The attacks occurred at 2:30 a.m. local time. Afghanistan is believed to be where bin Laden, who U.S. officials say is possibly behind Tuesday's deadly attacks, is located. U.S. officials say later that the United States had no involvement in the incident whatsoever. The attack is credited to the Northern Alliance, a group fighting the Taliban in the country's ongoing civil war. 6:10 p.m.:Giuliani urges New Yorkers to stay home Wednesday if they can. 6:40 p.m.: Rumsfeld, the U.S. defense secretary, holds a news conference in the Pentagon, noting the building is operational. "It will be in business tomorrow," he says. 6:54 p.m.: Bush arrives back at the White House aboard Marine One and is scheduled to address the nation at 8:30 p.m. The president earlier landed at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland with a three-fighter jet escort. CNN's John King reports Laura Bush arrived earlier by motorcade from a "secure location." 7:17 p.m.: U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft says the FBI is setting up a Web site for tips on the attacks: www.ifccfbi.gov. He also says family and friends of possible victims can leave contact information at 800-331-0075. 7:02 p.m.: CNN's Paula Zahn reports the Marriott Hotel near the World Trade Center is on the verge of collapse and says some New York bridges are now open to outbound traffic. 7:45 p.m.: The New York Police Department says that at least 78 officers are missing. The city also says that as many as half of the first 400 firefighters on the scene were killed. contained but not under control. September 11 2001 Chronology of Terror Continues on Page 5
September 11: Chronology of Terror - From CNN
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11:26 a.m.: United Airlines reports that United Flight 93, en route from Newark, New Jersey, to San Francisco, California, has crashed in Pennsylvania. The airline also says that it is "deeply concerned" about United Flight 175. 11:59 a.m.: United Airlines confirms that Flight 175, from Boston to Los Angeles, has crashed with 56 passengers and nine crew members aboard. It hit the World Trade Center's south tower. 12:04 p.m.: Los Angeles International Airport, the destination of three of the crashed airplanes, is evacuated. 12:15 p.m: San Francisco International Airport is evacuated and shut down. The airport was the destination of United Airlines Flight 93, which crashed in Pennsylvania. 12:15 p.m.: The Immigration and Naturalization Service says U.S. borders with Canada and Mexico are on the highest state of alert, but no decision has been made about closing borders. 12:30 p.m.: The FAA says 50 flights are in U.S. airspace, but none are reporting any problems. 1:04 p.m.: Bush, speaking from Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana, says that all appropriate security measures are being taken, including putting the U.S. military on high alert worldwide. He asks for prayers for those killed or wounded in the attacks and says, "Make no mistake, the United States will hunt down and punish those responsible for these cowardly acts." 1:27 p.m.: A state of emergency is declared by the city of Washington. 1:44 p.m.: The Pentagon says five warships and two aircraft carriers will leave the U.S. Naval Station in Norfolk, Virginia, to protect the East Coast from further attack and to reduce the number of ships in port. The two carriers, the USS George Washington and the USS John F. Kennedy, are headed for the New York coast. The other ships headed to sea are frigates and guided missile destroyers capable of shooting down aircraft. 1:48 p.m.: Bush leaves Barksdale Air Force Base aboard Air Force One and flies to an Air Force base in Nebraska. 2 p.m.: Senior FBI sources tell CNN they are working on the assumption that the four airplanes that crashed were hijacked as part of a terrorist attack. 2:30 p.m.: The FAA announces there will be no U.S. commercial air traffic until noon EDT Wednesday at the earliest.
bombings of two U.S. embassies in 1998, is involved in the attacks, based on "new and specific" information developed since the attacks. 4:06 p.m.: California Gov. Gray Davis dispatches urban search-and-rescue teams to New York. 4:10 p.m.: Building 7 of the World Trade Center complex is reported on fire. 4:20 p.m.: U.S. Sen. Bob Graham, D-Florida, chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, says he was "not surprised there was an attack (but) was surprised at the specificity." He says he was "shocked at what actually happened -the extent of it." 4:25 p.m.: The American Stock Exchange, the Nasdaq and the New York Stock Exchange say they will remain closed Wednesday. 4:30 p.m.: The president leaves Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska aboard Air Force One
The Numbers of 9/11
September 11: Chronology of Terror - From CNN
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8:30 p.m.: President Bush addresses the nation, saying "thousands of lives were suddenly ended by evil" and asks for prayers for the families and friends of Tuesday's victims. "These acts shattered steel, but they cannot dent the steel of American resolve," he says. The president says the U.S. government will make no distinction between the terrorists who committed the acts and those who harbor them. He adds that government offices in Washington are reopening for essential personnel Tuesday night and for all workers Wednesday. 9:22 p.m.: CNN's McIntyre reports the fire at the Pentagon is still burning and is considered contained but not under control. 9:57 p.m.: Giuliani says New York City schools will be closed Wednesday and no more volunteers are needed for Tuesday evening's rescue efforts. He says there is hope that there are still people alive in rubble. He also says that power is out on the westside of Manhattan and that health department tests show there are no airborne chemical agents about which to worry. 10:49 p.m.: CNN Congressional Correspondent Jonathan Karl reports that Attorney General Ashcroft told members of Congress that there were three to five hijackers on each plane armed only with knives. 10:56 p.m: CNN's Zahn reports that New York City police believe there are people alive in buildings near the World Trade Center. 11:54 p.m.: CNN Washington Bureau Chief Frank Sesno reports that a government official told him there was an open microphone on one of the hijacked planes and that sounds of discussion and "duress" were heard. Sesno also reports a source says law enforcement has "credible" information and leads and is confident about the investigation. 
The Numbers of 9/11
911 is the Number for Help in many countries 9 + 1 + 1 = 11. Mohammed's birth is celebrated on the 11th day of the 9th month September 11th is the 254th day of the year: 2 + 5 + 4 = 11. After September 11th there are 111 days left to the end of the year. 119 is the area code to Iraq/Iran. 1 + 1 + 9 = 11. Twin Towers - standing side by side, looks like the number 11. The number of stories is 110 (2x) 110 - 110 Remember that the zero "0" is not a number, so we have 11:11 The number of Tower windows = 21,800 2+1+8+0+0 = 11 The third building #7 to fall had 47 stories = 4+7=11 The first plane to hit the towers was Flight 11 American Airlines number1-800-245-0999 1+8+0+0+2+4+5+0+9+9+9=47 = 11 State of New York - The 11th State added to the Union New York City - 11 Letters Afghanistan - 11 Letters The Pentagon - 11 Letters Ramzi Yousef - 11 Letters (convicted of orchestrating the bombing attack on the WTC in 1993. He is a blind man. He was a Muslim teacher in a mosque) Flight 11 - 92 on board - 9 + 2 = 11 Flight 11 had 11 crew members Flight 77 - 65 on board - 6 + 5 = 11 The Flight 11 call letters were AA11: A=1, A=1, AA=11. Four of the hijackers on flight AA11 have the initials A. A. for their names: AA=11. The fifth AA11 hijacker was the pilot, Mohamed Atta, 11 letters, and AA in last name. Flight AA11 had 92 people on board - 9 + 2 = 11. Flight AA11 had 11 crew members - 2 pilots and 9 flight attendants. The target of Flight AA11 was in New York City -11 letters. The State of New York was the 11th State added
to the Union. Manhattan Island was discovered on Sept. 11, 1609 by Henry Hudson -11 letters. Trade Center is 11 letters, and Skyscrapers is 11 letters. World Trade Center Towers is 22 letters - 2 x 11 =22. The WTC Twin Towers - standing side by side, look like the number 11. The first WTC tower hit (North Tower) collapses at 10:28 A.M. -1+2+8=11. The 1st Fire Unit to arrive to the WTC towers was FDNY Unit 1. Unit 1 lost 11 firemen. The WTC towers collapsed to a height of 11 stories. After 99 days of burning, NYC declares the WTC fires are extinguished - 9 x 11 = 99. The World Trade Center fires burn continuously for 99 days, between September 11, 2001 and December 19, 2001. The World Trade Center fire is the longest burning commercial fire in U.S. history. On September 7, 2002, NYC Medical Examiners announced the revised official death toll from the World Trade Center attacks was 2,801 - (2+8+0+1 = 11). On the morning of September 11, 2002 the names of 2,801 victims were read at a Ground Zero Ceremony. It took 2 ½ hours to read all the names. According to the FBI, earlier terrorists originally planned to hijack 11 planes. Thirty days after the attack, the FBI releases a Most Wanted Terrorist List with 22 names. Mohammed, the prophet of the Muslim faith, died in 632 A.D. - 6+3+2=11. The Taliban's Manual of Afghan Jihad (Holy War) is 11 volumes. 119 is the area code to Iraq/Iran - 1 + 1 + 9 = 11. The League of Arab States is comprised of 22 Arab nations - 2 x 11 = 22. The suspected base of the terrorists is Afghanistan - 11 Letters. Osama bin Laden's birthplace is Saudi Arabia 11 letters. Ramzi Yousef - convicted of orchestrating the 1993 WTC attack - 11 Letters. The Prime Minister of Israel - Ariel Sharon - 11 Letters. Deputy PM, & Minister of Foreign Affairs for Israel - Shimon Peres - 11 Letters. 
Timeline of Sept 11 2001
Timeline for the day of the September 11 attacks From Wikipedia
6:00 Hours 6:02: Mohamed Atta flies Colgan Air from Portland International Jetport, Portland, Maine to Logan International Airport, Boston, Massachusetts, along with Abdulaziz al-Omari. 6:45: Atta and al-Omari arrive at Boston's Logan Airport. 6:52: Marwan al-Shehhi, the hijacker of United Airlines Flight 175, calls Atta from another terminal at Logan to confirm that the plans for the attack are intact. 7:00 Hours 7:35: Atta and al-Omari board American Airlines Flight 11. 7:40: The rest of the American Airlines Flight 11 hijackers board the plane. 7:59: American Airlines Flight 11, a Boeing 767, departs 14 minutes late from Logan International Airport, bound for Los Angeles, California. Five hijackers are aboard 8:00 Hours 8:13: Flight 11 has its last routine communication with the FAA's air traffic control center in Boston. 8:14: Flight 11 fails to heed air traffic controller's instruction to climb to 35,000 feet. 8:14: United Airlines Flight 175, another fullyfueled Boeing 767, carrying 56 passengers and nine crew members, departs from Boston Logan airport, also bound for Los Angeles. Five hijackers are aboard. 8:19: Betty Ong, a flight attendant on Flight 11  alerts American Airlines via an airphone, “The cockpit is not answering, somebody’s stabbed in business class—and I think there’s Mace—that we can’t breathe—I don’t know, I think we’re getting hijacked.” She then tells of the stabbings of two flight attendants. 8:20: The Federal Aviation Administration's Boston Center flight controllers decide that Flight 11 has probably been hijacked. 8:20: American Airlines Flight 77, a Boeing 757 with 58 passengers and six crew members, departs from Washington Dulles International Airport in Fairfax and Loudoun Counties, Virginia, for Los Angeles. Five hijackers are aboard. 8:21 Flight 11's transponder signal is turned off, but the plane remains on radar screens as a blip without additional information. (Prior to the 9/11 Commission's report, news organizations reported this time as 8:13 or immediately 8:34: A third transmission from Flight 11: "nobody move please. We are going back to the airport. Don't try to make any stupid moves." Boston Center contacts Otis Air National Guard Base at Cape Cod through the FAA's Cape Cod facility, on the hijacking of Flight 11. 8:37: Flight 175 confirms sighting of hijacked Flight 11 to flight controllers, 10 miles (16 km) to its south. 8:37:52: Boston Center control notifies NEADS (Northeast Air Defense Sector), the northeast sector of NORAD, of the hijacking of Flight 11, the first notification received by the military at any level that American 11 had been hijacked. The controller requests military help to intercept the jetliner. 8:41: The FAA's New York Center requests information about Flight 11 over the radio. Flight 175 responds: "[...]ah we heard a suspicious transmission on our departure out of Boston ah with someone ah, ah sound like someone sound like someone keyed the mike and said ah 'everyone ah stay in your seats'" New York Center acknowledges and says it will pass the information on. 8:42: United Airlines Flight 93, a Boeing 757, takes off with 37 passengers and seven crew members from Newark International Airport (now Newark Liberty International Airport), bound for San Francisco International Airport, following a 40-minute delay due to congested runways. Four hijackers are aboard. Its flight path initially takes it close to the World Trade Center before moving away westwards. thereafter.) 8:24 Flight 11 makes a 100-degree turn to the south heading toward New York City. A radio transmission comes from Flight 11: "We have some planes. Just stay quiet, and you'll be okay. We are returning to the airport." It is believed Atta mistakenly held a button directing his voice to radio rather than to the plane's cabin as he intended. A few seconds later, Atta's voice says, "nobody move. Everything will be OK. If you try to make any moves, you'll endanger yourself and the airplane. Just stay quiet." Air traffic controllers hear the transmission. 8:25: Boston Center flight controllers alert other flight control centers regarding Flight 11. However, NORAD is not yet alerted. 8:42 to 8:46 (approx.): Flight 175 is hijacked. 8:44: Flight attendant Amy Sweeney, aboard Flight 11, reports by telephone to Michael Woodward at the American Airlines Flight Services Office in Boston, "Something is wrong. We are in a rapid descent... we are all over the place." A minute later, Woodward asks her to describe what she sees out the window. She responds, "I see the water. I see the buildings. I see buildings..." After a short pause, she reports, "We are flying low. We are flying very, very low. We are flying way too low." Seconds later she says, "Oh my God, we are way too low.” The call ends with a burst of very loud, sustained static. 8:46: Two F-15 fighter jets are scrambled from Otis Air Force Base in Massachusetts, intended to intercept Flight 11. Because Flight 11's transponder is off, United States Air Force pilots do not know the direction they should fly to meet the jetliner. NEADS spends the next several minutes watching their radar screens in anticipation of Flight 11 returning a radar contact. 8:46:40: Flight 11 crashes at roughly 490 mph (790km/h or 219m/s or 425 knots) into the north face of the North Tower (1 WTC) of the World Trade Center, between floors 93 and 99. (Many early accounts gave times between 8:45 and 8:50). The aircraft enters the tower mostly intact. It plows to the building core, severing all three gypsum-encased stairwells, dragging combustibles with it. A massive shock wave travels down to the ground and up again. The combustibles and the remnants of the aircraft are ignited by the burning fuel. As the building lacks a traditional full cage frame and depends almost entirely on the strength of a narrow structural core running up the center, fire at the center of the impact zone is in a position to compromise the integrity of all internal columns. People below the severed stairwells start to evacuate—no one above the impact zone is able to do so. French filmmaker Jules Naudet and Czech immigrant Pavel Hlava videotape the crash of Flight 11 with their video cameras from different locations. A WNYW TV camera records the sound, but not the image, of the crash. Timeline of Sept 11 2001 From Wikipedia is Continued on Page 7
Timeline of Sept 11 2001
Timeline of Sept 11 2001 From Wikipedia is
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8:46 to 10:28: At least 100 people (some accounts say as many as 250), primarily in the North Tower, trapped by fire and smoke in the upper floors, jump to their deaths. One person at street level, firefighter Daniel Suhr, is hit by a jumper and dies. No form of airborne evacuation is attempted as smoke is too dense for a successful landing on the roof of either tower, New York City lacks helicopters equipped for horizontal rescue and the roof tarmac would have been too hot to land a helicopter. 8:48:08: The very first television report of an incident at the World Trade Center is broadcast locally in New York by WNYW less than two minutes after the plane crash into the North Tower. WNYW breaks into a Paramount Pictures movie trailer for Zoolander with the first live TV pictures of black smoke coming from the North Tower, relayed by a WNYW cameraman at ground level. One of the station's camera crews already had been out on the street that morning for New York's mayoral primary election. As WNYW broadcasts the first live pictures of smoke, the voice of reporter Dick Oliver is heard from the scene: "Jim, just a few moments ago, something believed to be a plane crashed into the South Tower of the World Trade Center." WNYW reporting would eventually correct the location of the first plane crash from the South Tower to the North Tower. Oliver was referring to WNYW anchor Jim Ryan, who was not seen or heard in the initial seconds of WNYW's first report of the disaster. Around the same time the first radio report of the incident is heard on WCBS-AM through traffic reporter Tom Kaminski, who was flying in the station's traffic helicopter and was set to deliver his 8:48 traffic report when the incident took place. The report is led into as normal with anchor Pat Carroll throwing to Kaminski in the chopper for the report, and Kaminski then relaying what he's seeing. 8:49:34: The first network television and radio reports of an explosion or incident at the World Trade Center. CNN breaks into a Ditech commercial at 8:49. The CNN screen subtitle first reads "World Trade Center disaster." Carol Lin, the first TV network anchor to break the news of the attacks, says: "Yeah ... This just in. You are looking at obviously a very disturbing live shot there. That is the World Trade Center, and we have unconfirmed reports this morning that a plane has crashed into one of the towers of the World Trade Center. CNN Center right now is just beginning to work on this story, obviously calling our sources and trying to figure out exactly what happened, but clearly something relatively devastating happening this morning there on the south end of the island of Manhattan. That is once again, a picture of one of the towers of the World Trade Center." Later, Sean Murtagh, CNN vice-president of finance, in an on-air phone call, says from his office in the CNN New York bureau that a large passenger commercial jet was seen to hit the World Trade Center. Murtagh is the first network employee on the air. The first email bulletins of breaking news from CNN and MSNBC report "fire at tower of World Trade Center". Both CNN and MSNBC's websites receive such heavy traffic that many servers collapse. BBC News' website is active and shows a picture of the North Tower on fire. Minutes later, email news bulletins revise the reports of fire to a plane crash. 8:50: NEADS is notified that a plane has struck the World Trade Center as they continue to locate the flight on radar. 8:50 to 8:54 (approx.): Hijacking begins on Flight 77. 8:51: A flight controller at the FAA's New York Center notices that Flight 175 had changed its transponder code twice four minutes earlier; he tries to contact the flight. 8:52: A flight attendant aboard Flight 175 calls a United Airlines office in San Francisco, reporting that the flight had been hijacked, both pilots had been killed, a flight attendant had been stabbed, and the hijackers were probably flying the plane. 8:53: The F-15s at Otis Air Force Base are airborne. Still lacking an intercept vector to Flight 11 (and not aware that it has already crashed), they are sent to military controlled airspace off Long Island and ordered to remain in a holding pattern until between 9:09 and 9:13. 8:54: Flight 77 deviates from its assigned course, turning south over Ohio. 8:55 (approx.): Announcements are made over the building-wide PA system by officials in the still-undamaged South Tower of the World Trade Center, reporting that the building is "secure" and that people should return to their offices. Some do not hear it; others ignore it and evacuate anyway; others congregate in common areas like the 78th floor sky lobby. 8:55: President George W. Bush is at Emma E. Booker Elementary School in Sarasota, Florida as part of a scheduled visit to promote education and the Bush administration education policies when presidential advisor Karl Rove, who is with Bush, informs him that a small twin-engine plane has crashed into the World Trade Center. Before entering the classroom, the President speaks to National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice, who is at the White House. She first tells him it was a twin-engine aircraft—and then a commercial aircraft—that had struck the World Trade Center, adding “that’s all we know right now, Mr. President.” 8:56: The transponder on Flight 77 is turned off and even primary radar contact with the aircraft is lost. During radar blackout Flight 77 turns east, unnoticed by flight controllers. When primary radar information is restored at 9:05, controllers look futilely for Flight 77 west of its previous position. Flight 77 travels undetected
for 36 minutes on a course heading due east toward Washington, D.C. 8:58: Flight 175 takes a heading toward New York City. 9:00 HOURS 9:00: Lee Hanson in Miami receives a second call from his son Peter, aboard Flight 175: "It's getting bad, Dad. A stewardess was stabbed. They seem to have knives and Mace. They said they have a bomb. It's getting very bad on the plane. Passengers are throwing up and getting sick. The plane is making jerky movements. I don't think the pilot is flying the plane. I think we are going down. I think they intend to go to Chicago or someplace and fly into a building. Don't worry, Dad. If it happens, it'll be very fast. My God, my God." The call ends abruptly, as Lee Hanson hears a woman scream. 9:01 to 9:02: A manager from the FAA's New York Center tells the Air Traffic Control System Command Center in Herndon, Virginia, "We have several situations going on here. It's escalating big, big time. We need to get the military involved with us. . . We're, we're involved with something else, we have other aircraft that may have a similar situation going on here." 9:01: FAA's New York Center contacts New York terminal approach control and asks for help in locating Flight 175. 9:02: Evacuation is ordered by Battalion Chief Joseph Pfeifer (North Tower). An announcement is made over the PA system to evacuate the buildings. 9:03: Flight 175 crashes at about 590 mph (950 km/h) into the south face of the South Tower (2 WTC) of the World Trade Center, banked between floors 78 and 85. By this time, several media organizations are covering the first plane crash—millions see the impact live. Parts of the plane leave the building from its east and north sides, falling to the ground six blocks away. Some mistakenly believe that a second explosion has occurred in the North Tower due to the North Tower's obstruction of the South Tower from certain camera angles. They are unaware that a second plane has struck the South Tower. A massive evacuation begins in the South Tower below its impact zone. One of the stairwells in the South Tower remains unblocked from the top to the bottom of the tower, but is filled with smoke. This leads many people to mistakenly go upwards towards the roof for a rooftop rescue that never comes. The impact severs communication with several television and radio broadcast towers at the WTC; local station WPIX's feed freezes on an image of the second impact which is all the station broadcasts until alternate transmitters are set up hours later. CNN's headline now reads "Second plane crashes into World Trade Center." The three major broadcast networks have interrupted their morning shows and are speculating on whether they are witnessing a terrorist attack or some sort of very rare accident. (Continued on Page 9)
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9:03: President Bush enters a classroom as part of his school visit. 9:03: FAA's New York Center notifies NORAD (NEADS) of the hijacking of Flight 175. 9:04 (approximately): The FAA's Boston Air Route Traffic Control Center stops all departures from airports in its jurisdiction (New England and eastern New York State). 9:05: After brief introductions to the Booker elementary students, President Bush is about to begin reading The Pet Goat with the students when Chief of Staff Andrew Card interrupts to whisper to the president, "A second plane hit the second tower. America is under attack." The president stated later that he decided to continue the lesson rather than alarm the students. 9:06: The FAA bans takeoffs of all flights bound to or through the airspace of New York Center from airports in that Center and the three adjacent Centers — Boston, Cleveland, and Washington. This is referred to as a First Tier groundstop and covers the Northeast from North Carolina north and as far west as eastern Michigan. 9:08: The FAA bans all takeoffs nationwide for flights going to or through New York Center airspace. ABC reports later that the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the agency that runs the New York-area airports, asked the FAA for permission to close down the New York Center airspace. 9:13: The F-15 fighters from Otis Air Force base leave military airspace near Long Island, bound for Manhattan. 9:15 (approximately): President Bush leaves the classroom in which he has been reading with students, and enters another, commandeered by the Secret Service. It contains a telephone, a television showing the news coverage, and several senior staff members. The president speaks to Vice President Dick Cheney, Condoleezza Rice, New York Governor George Pataki, and FBI Director Robert Mueller, and prepares brief remarks. 9:15: NBC's Today program reports unconfirmed statements from employees at United Airlines that an American Airlines aircraft had been hijacked previous to its destruction. 9:17: CBS News correspondent Jim Stewart in Washington mentions Osama bin Laden as a probable suspect in the intelligence community. 9:18: CNN makes reference to foul play for the first time, stating the FBI was investigating a report of plane hijacking. CNN headline: "AP: Plane was hijacked before crashes". 9:23: Flight 93 receives warning message text from United Airlines flight dispatcher: "Beware any cockpit intrusion- Two a/c [aircraft] hit World Trade Center." 9:24: The FAA notifies NORAD's Northeast Air Defense Sector about the suspected hijacking of Flight 77. The FAA and NORAD establish an open line to discuss Flight 77, and shortly thereafter Flight 93. 9:25: The Otis-based F-15s establish an air patrol over Manhattan. 9:25: A video teleconference begins to be set up in the White House Situation Room, led by Richard A. Clarke, a special assistant to the president, that eventually includes the CIA, the FBI, the departments of State, Justice, and Defense, and the FAA. 9:26: The FAA bans takeoffs of all civilian aircraft regardless of destination—a national groundstop. All military bases in the United States are ordered to increase threat conditions to Delta status. 9:28: Hijackers storm the cockpit on Flight 93 and take over the flight. The entry of the hijackers is overheard by flight controllers at Cleveland. 9:29: President Bush makes his first public statements about the attacks, in front of an audience of about 200 teachers and students at the elementary school. He states that he will be going back to Washington, that "we've had a national tragedy", and leads a moment of silence. No one in the President's traveling party has any information during this time that other aircraft were hijacked or missing. 9:32: A radio transmission from Flight 93 is overheard by flight controllers at Cleveland: "Keep remaining sitting. We have a bomb on board." 9:32: Controllers at the Dulles Terminal Radar Approach Control in Virginia observe "a primary radar target tracking eastbound at a high rate of speed", referring to Flight 77. 9:33 to 9:34: Tower supervisor at Reagan National Airport tells Secret Service operations center at the White House that "an aircraft [is] coming at you and not talking with us," referring to Flight 77. The White House is about to be evacuated when the tower reports that Flight 77 has turned and is approaching Reagan International Airport. 9:34: The FAA's Command Center relays information concerning Flight 93 to FAA headquarters. 9:35: The President's motorcade departs from the elementary school, bound for SarasotaBradenton International Airport and Air Force One. 9:35: Flight 93 reverses direction over Ohio and starts flying eastwards. 9:35: Based on a report that Flight 77 had turned again and was circling back toward the District of Columbia, the Secret Service orders
the immediate evacuation of the Vice President from the White House. 9:36: Cleveland advises the FAA Command Center that it is still tracking Flight 93 and inquires whether someone had requested the military to launch fighter aircraft to intercept the aircraft. 9:37: Vice President Cheney enters an underground tunnel leading to a security bunker. 9:37:46: Flight 77 crashes into the western side of the Pentagon and starts a violent fire. The section of the Pentagon hit consists mainly of newly renovated, unoccupied offices. All 64 people on board are killed, as are 125 Pentagon personnel. 9:39: Another radio transmission is heard from Ziad Jarrah aboard Flight 93: "Uh, this is the captain. Would like you all to remain seated. There is a bomb on board and are going back to the airport, and to have our demands [unintelligible]. Please remain quiet." 9:39: NBC and MSNBC report an explosion at the Pentagon. 9:40: Video teleconference in White House Situation Room begins with the physical security of the President, the White House, and federal agencies. They are not yet aware of the Pentagon crash. 9:40:49: CNN's Breaking News bulletin reads "Reports of fire at Pentagon." 9:43: The White House and the Capitol are evacuated and closed. 9:45: United States airspace is shut down. No civilian aircraft are allowed to take off, and all aircraft in flight are ordered to land at the nearest airport as soon as possible. All international flights headed for the U.S. are redirected to Canada. Transport Canada, the Canadian transportation agency, also closes down its airspace. The FAA announces that civilian flights are suspended until at least noon September 12, while Transport Canada gives similar orders, but until further notice, to take in diverted U.S.-bound international flights, launching the agency's "Operation Yellow Ribbon". The groundings last until September 14. Military and medical flights as well as Con Air flights continue. This is the fourth time all commercial flights in the U.S. have been stopped, and the first time a suspension was unplanned. All previous suspensions were military-related (Sky Shield I-III), from 1960 to 1962. Many newspapers (including The New York Times) mistakenly print that this is the first time flights have been suspended. This was also the first time commercial flights in Canada have been stopped. 9:49: The FAA Command Center at Herndon suggests that someone at FAA headquarters should decide whether to request military assistance with Flight 93. Ultimately, the FAA makes no request before it crashes. (Continued on Page 11)
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9:50 (approximately): The Associated Press reports that Flight 11 was apparently hijacked after departure from Boston's Logan Airport. Within an hour this is confirmed for both Flight 11 and Flight 175. 9:52: The National Security Agency intercepts a phone call between a known associate of Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan and someone in the Republic of Georgia, announcing that he had heard "good news", and that another target was still to be hit. 9:53: CNN confirms a plane crash at the Pentagon. 9:55: A CNN correspondent mentions Osama bin Laden as someone determined to strike the US. 9:55: Air Force One leaves Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport. 9:57: Passenger revolt begins on Flight 93. 9:57: President Bush leaves Sarasota, Florida, on Air Force One. The plane reaches cruising altitude and circles for approximately 40 minutes while the destination of the plane is discussed. 9:59:04: The South Tower of the World Trade Center collapses, 55 minutes 53 seconds after the impact of Flight 175. Its destruction is viewed and heard by a vast television and radio audience. As the roar of the collapse goes silent, tremendous gray-white clouds of pulverized concrete and gypsum rush through the streets. Most observers think a new explosion or impact has produced smoke and debris that now obscures the South Tower. When the wind finally clears the immediate space, it is plain to see that the tower is gone. 10:00 HOURS At 10 a.m., moments after the south tower fell, Chief J. Pfeifer (inside of north tower) said on the radio the order to all firemen, at least twice, "Evacuate the building". 10:01: The FAA Command Center advises FAA headquarters that an aircraft had seen Flight 93 "waving his wings," the hijackers' efforts to defeat the passengers' counterattack. 10:02: Communicators with the Vice President in the security bunker begin receiving reports from the Secret Service of an inbound aircraft — presumably hijacked — heading toward Washington. This is Flight 93. 10:03:11: United Airlines Flight 93 is crashed by its hijackers 80 miles (129 km) southeast of Pittsburgh in Somerset County, Pennsylvania. Later reports indicate that passengers had learned about the World Trade Center and Pentagon crashes on cell phones and at least three were planning on resisting the hijackers; the resistance was confirmed by Flight 93's cockpit voice recording, on which the hijackers are heard making their decision to down the plane before the passengers succeed in breaching the cockpit door. The 9/11 Commission believed that Flight 93's target was either the United States Capitol building or the White House in Washington, D.C. Reports stated an eyewitness saw a white plane resembling a fighter jet circling the site minutes after the crash. This is partially true, but it may in fact, have been a private plane that was asked by air-traffic control to check and describe Flight 93's crash site. 10:03 (approximately): The National Military Command Center learns from the White House of Flight 93's hijacking.
tells Vice President Cheney that he has authorized a shootdown of aircraft if necessary. 10:23: The Associated Press reports a car bomb has exploded outside the State Department in Washington, D.C. This and several other reports of terrorist acts in the capital are quickly found to be false 10:24: Two men who were being evacuated through the underground shopping mall below the South Tower when it collapsed on them are able to climb up through thirty feet of debris to safety. 10:28:25: The North Tower of the World Trade Center collapses. Due to the destruction of the gypsum-encased stairwells on the impact floors (most skyscraper stairwells are encased in reinforced concrete), no one who was above the impact zone in the North Tower survives the collapse. The Marriott Hotel, located at the base of the two towers, is also destroyed. The second collapse is also viewed live on television and heard on radio. The North Tower collapses 1 hour 41 minutes 45 seconds after the impact of Flight 11. 10:31: NORAD first communicates the Vice President's shootdown authority to its NEADS. 10:35: Air Force One, carrying the president, turns for Barksdale Air Force Base in Shreveport, Louisiana. 10:37: Associated Press reports that officials at the Somerset County airport confirm that a large plane has crashed in western Pennsylvania. CNN's Aaron Brown passes along reports that a 747 is "down" in Pennsylvania. He stresses these reports are unconfirmed. At 10:50, this report is updated: A 767 has "crashed this morning, north of the Somerset County Airport". 10:39: Another hijacked jumbo jet is claimed to be headed for Washington, D.C. F-15s are scrambled and patrol the airspace above Washington, D.C. while other fighter jets sweep the airspace above New York City. They have orders, first issued by Vice President Cheney and later confirmed by President Bush, to shoot down any potentially dangerous planes that do not comply with orders given to them via radio. Eventually, the aircraft is revealed to be a medevac helicopter on its way to the Pentagon. 10:41: NBC News confirms that a plane has "gone down" in Somerset County. The earlier unconfirmed statements about an incident at the State Department in Washington, D.C. are reported as false. 10:43: CNN reports that a mass evacuation of Washington, D.C. and New York has been started. A few minutes later, New York mayor Rudy Giuliani orders an evacuation of Lower Manhattan.
10:05: Andrea Mitchell, reporting on NBC from outside the Pentagon, reports that Osama bin Laden may have been involved in the attacks. 10:07: NBC reports for the first time that the South Tower of the World Trade Center has collapsed. Prior to this time they have only said that a section of the building has fallen away. 10:07: NEADS, controlling the only set of fighters over Washington, first learns of the hijacking of Flight 93. 10:08: Air Traffic Control System Command Center in Herndon reports to FAA headquarters that Flight 93 may be down near Johnstown, Pennsylvania; at 10:17 the Command Center concludes it is so. 10:10: Part of the west side of the Pentagon collapses. 10:10: NEADS emphatically tells fighter pilots over Washington, "Negative clearance to shoot." 10:10 to 10:15 (approximately): Vice President Cheney, unaware that Flight 93 has crashed, authorizes fighter aircraft to engage the inbound plane, reported to be 80 miles (129 km) from Washington, based not on radar (from which it has disappeared) but speed and trajectory projections. 10:13: Thousands are involved in an evacuation of the United Nations complex in New York. 10:13 to 10:22: The 9/11 Commission's estimated arrival of Flight 93 over Washington had it not crashed in Pennsylvania. 10:14 to 10:19: A lieutenant colonel at the White House repeatedly relays to the NMCC that the Vice President has confirmed that fighters are cleared to engage inbound aircraft if they can verify that the aircraft was hijacked. 10:15 (approximately): The Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine is reported to take responsibility for the crashes, but this is denied by a senior officer of the group soon after. 10:20: President Bush, aboard Air Force One,
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10:49: Fox News Channel is the first of the United States news networks to implement a news ticker at the bottom of its screen for supplementary information about the attacks. CNN adds one at 11:11, and MSNBC adds one at approximately 2:00 PM. All three cable networks have used a news ticker continuously in the years since (and many local TV stations have followed suit). 10:50: Five stories of part of the Pentagon collapse due to the fire. 10:53: New York's primary elections are canceled. 11:00 HOURS 11:00: Transport Canada halts all aircraft departures until further notice, except for police, military, and humanitarian flights, as part of Operation Yellow Ribbon. The operation was well underway as international flights headed for the U.S. had already started to land at Canadian airports, beginning at CFB Goose Bay. Fourteen other airports follow, including Halifax, Lester B. Pearson in Toronto, Montréal-Dorval, and Vancouver. 11:05: The FAA confirms that several planes have been hijacked in addition to American Airlines Flight 11. 11:16: American Airlines confirms the loss of its two aircraft. 11:26: United Airlines confirms the loss of Flight 93 and states that it is "deeply concerned" about Flight 175. 11:53: United Airlines confirms the loss of its two aircraft. 11:55: The border between the U.S. and Mexico is on highest alert, but is not closed. 12:00 HOURS 12:01 (approx.): Fourteen people, including twelve firefighters, who were in a section of a stairwell in the North Tower that held together during the collapse, climb the stairs to the top of the Ground Zero rubble field. 12:04: Los Angeles International Airport, the intended destination of Flights 11, 77 and 175, is shut down. 12:15: San Francisco International Airport, the intended destination of Flight 93, is shut down. 12:15 (approximately): The airspace over the 48 contiguous United States is clear of all commercial and private flights. 12:30 (approximately): Secretary of State Colin Powell boards a plane in Lima, Peru, for Washington, D.C. 12:39: On CNN, Senator John McCain characterizes attack as an "act of war." 12:41: Senator Orrin Hatch tells CNN, "Both the FBI and our intelligence community believe that this is Bin Laden's signature." 13:00 HOURS 13:00 (approximately): At the Pentagon, fire crews are still fighting fires. The early response to the attack had been coordinated from the National Military Command Center, but that had to be evacuated when it began to fill with smoke. 13:04: President Bush puts the U.S. military on high alert worldwide (known as Threat Condition Delta). Taped remarks from the President were aired from Barksdale Air Force Base, stating that "freedom itself was attacked this morning by a faceless coward and freedom will be defended." He also said that the "United States will hunt down and punish those responsible for these cowardly acts." He then leaves for a U.S. Strategic Command bunker located at Offutt Air Force Base in Bellevue, Nebraska. Later in the day several commentators and journalists, most notably ABC's Peter Jennings, express frustration with Bush's seemingly random movements. After the arrival in Nebraska, Jennings asks Ann Compton, the ABC correspondent on the scene, exactly where the President is. She answers, "He has disappeared down the rabbit hole, Peter." 13:27: Mayor Anthony A. Williams of Washington, D.C., declares a state of emergency; the District of Columbia National Guard arrives on site. 14:00 HOURS 14:39: At a press conference New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani is asked to estimate the number of casualties at the World Trade Center. He replies, "More than any of us can bear." 14:50: President Bush arrives at Offutt Air Force Base, Bellevue, Nebraska to convene a National Security Council teleconference via the U.S. Statcom bunker. 15:00 HOURS 15:00 (approx.): Pasquale Buzzelli, who lost consciousness in a North Tower stairway during the collapse, awakens to find himself lying atop the debris with only a fractured foot. 16:00 HOURS 16:00: National news outlets report that high officials in the federal intelligence community are stating that Osama bin Laden is suspect number one. 16:25: The New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, and the American Stock Exchange report that they will remain closed Wednesday September 12. 16:36: President Bush departs Offutt Air Force 17:00 HOURS
Base on Air Force One to return to Washington, D.C.
17:20: 7 World Trade Center also known as the Salomon Bros. Building, a 47-story building that had sustained damage from falling debris and widespread fires, collapses. The building contained New York's emergency operations center, operated by the NYC Office of Emergency Management, originally intended to respond to disasters such as the September 11 terrorist attacks. 18:00 HOURS 18:00: Explosions and tracer fire are reported in Kabul, Afghanistan, by CNN and the BBC. The Northern Alliance, involved in a civil war with the Taliban government, is later reported to have attacked Kabul's airport with helicopter gunships. 18:00: Members of Congress join on the steps of the U.S. Capitol and sing "God Bless America." 18:00: Iraq announces the attacks are the fruit of "U.S. crimes against humanity" in an official announcement on state television. 18:00: The last of the aircraft headed for the U.S. to land at a Canadian airport lands at Vancouver International, since it was over the Pacific. 18:54: President Bush arrives at the White House 19:00 HOURS 19:00: Efforts to locate survivors in the rubble that had been the twin towers continue. Fleets of ambulances are lined up to transport the injured to nearby hospitals, but they stand empty. 'Ground Zero' is the exclusive domain of New York City's Fire Department and Police Department, despite volunteer steel and construction workers who stand ready to move large quantities of debris quickly. Relatives and friends of victims or likely victims, many displaying enlarged photographs of the missing printed on home computer printers, have appeared around New York. The New York Armory at Lexington Avenue and 26th Street and Union Square Park at 14th Street and Broadway become centers of vigil. 19:30: U.S. Government denies any responsibility for the reported explosions in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan. 20:00 HOURS 20:00 (approx.): Port Authority Police Officer Will Jimeno, who was in an underground corridor between the two towers, is found alive in the rubble, and eventually freed at approximately 11:00 p.m. Timeline of Sept 11 2001 From Wikipedia is Continues on Page 14
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Terrorists Hijack 4 Airliners, Destroy World Trade Center, Hit Pentagon; Hundreds Dead
Bush Promises Retribution; Military Put on Highest Alert
As Reported in the Washington Post - September 12 2001 By Michael Grunwald Washington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, September 12, 2001
Terrorists unleashed an astonishing air assault on America's military and financial power centers yesterday morning, hijacking four commercial jets and then crashing them into the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon and the Pennsylvania countryside. There were no reliable estimates last night of how many people were killed in the most devastating terrorist operation in American history. The number was certainly in the hundreds and could be in the thousands. It was the most dramatic attack on American soil since Pearl Harbor, and it created indelible scenes of carnage and chaos. The commandeered jets obliterated the World Trade Center's twin 110-story towers from their familiar perch above Manhattan's skyline and ripped a blazing swath through the Defense Department's imposing five-sided fortress, grounding the domestic air traffic system for the first time and plunging the entire nation into an unparalleled state of anxiety. U.S. military forces at home and abroad were placed on their highest state of alert, and a loose network of Navy warships was deployed along both coasts for air defense. The terrorists hijacked four Californiabound planes from three airports on the Eastern Seaboard; the airliners were loaded with the maximum amount of fuel, suggesting a wellfinanced, well-coordinated plot. First, two planes slammed into the World Trade Center. Then an American Airlines plane out of Dulles International Airport ripped through the newly renovated walls of the Pentagon, perhaps the world's most secure office building. A fourth jet crashed 80 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, shortly after it was hijacked and turned in the direction of Washington. None of the 266 people aboard the four planes survived. There were even more horrific but still untallied casualties in the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, which together provided office space for more than 70,000 people. At just one of the firms with offices in the World Trade Center, the Marsh & McLennan insurance brokerage, 1,200 of its 1,700 employees were unaccounted for last night. The spectacular collapse of the Trade Center's historic twin towers and another less recognizable skyscraper during the rescue operations caused even more bloodshed. At least 300 New York firefighters and 85 police officers are presumed dead. The preliminary list of victims included the conservative commentator Barbara K. Olson, "Frasier" executive producer David Angell and two hockey scouts from the Los Angeles Kings. No one claimed responsibility for the attacks, but federal officials said they suspect the involvement of Islamic extremists with links to fugitive terrorist Osama bin Laden, who has been implicated in the 1998 bombings of two U.S. embassies in Africa and several other attacks. Law enforcement sources said there is already evidence implicating bin Laden's militant network in the attack, and politicians from both parties predicted a major and immediate escalation in America's worldwide war against terrorism. In a grim address to the nation last night, President Bush denounced the attacks as a failed attempt to frighten the United States, and promised to hunt down those responsible. "We will make no distinction," he said, "between the terrorists who committed these acts and those who harbor them." Bush vowed that America would continue to function "without interruption," and federal offices and Congress are scheduled to be open today. But the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market will remain closed, along with most businesses in lower Manhattan. And yesterday was a day of extraordinary interruptions -- for the president, for federal Washington and for the country. Bush was in a classroom in Florida yesterday morning when the attacks began and spent the day on the move for security reasons, flying to military bases in Louisiana and then Nebraska before returning to Washington in the evening. At one point at Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana, the president rode in a camouflaged, armored Humvee, guarded by machine gun-toting soldiers in fatigues. Vice President Cheney and first lady Laura Bush were whisked away to undisclosed locations in the morning, and congressional leaders were temporarily moved to a secure facility 75 miles west of Washington. The White House, the Capitol, the Supreme Court, the State Department and the Treasury Department were evacuated, along with federal buildings nationwide and the United Nations in New York. Bush was in a classroom in Florida yesterday morning when the attacks began and spent the day on the move for security reasons, flying to military bases in Louisiana and then Nebraska before returning to Washington in the evening. At one point at Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana, the president rode in a camouflaged, armored Humvee, guarded by machine gun-toting soldiers in fatigues. Vice President Cheney and first lady Laura Bush were whisked away to undisclosed locations in the morning, and congressional leaders were temporarily moved to a secure facility 75 miles west of Washington. The White House, the Capitol, the Supreme Court, the State Department and the Treasury Department were evacuated, along with federal buildings nationwide and the United Nations in New York. Continued on Page 15
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20:30: President Bush addresses the nation from the White House. Among his statements: "Today, our fellow citizens, our way of life, our very freedom came under attack in a series of deliberate and deadly terrorist acts," "Terrorist attacks can shake the foundations of our biggest buildings, but they cannot touch the foundation of America. These acts shatter steel, but they cannot dent the steel of American resolve," and "The search is underway for those who are behind these evil acts...we will make no distinction between the terrorists who committed these acts and those who harbor them." As Bush speaks, members of Congress tell CNN that during private briefings with senior administration officials, they were told that the administration had enough evidence that it was "confident" the attacks are the work of Osama bin Laden and his al-Qaeda terrorist network. 21:00 HOURS 21:00: President Bush meets his full National Security Council, followed roughly half an hour later by a meeting with a smaller group of key advisers. Bush and his advisers have evidence that Osama bin Laden is behind the attacks. CIA Director Tenet says that al-Qaeda and the Taliban in Afghanistan are essentially one and the same. Bush says, "Tell the Taliban we're finished with them." 22:00 HOURS 22:00: There are reports (later proved incorrect) of many survivors buried in rubble in New York making cell phone calls. Only two more survivors will be pulled from the rubble on September 12 and neither of them had made cell phone calls. 23:00 HOURS 23:30: Before sleeping, Bush enters into his journal: "The Pearl Harbor of the 21st century took place today...We think it's Osama bin Laden." 
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Wireless networks buckled under the barrage of cell phone calls. The besieged Internet search engine Google told Web surfers to try radio or TV instead. Amtrak train and Greyhound bus operations were also halted in the Northeast. Last night, fires were still burning amid the rubble of the World Trade Center, and pools of highly flammable jet fuel continued to hinder rescue teams searching through waist-deep rubble. The Federal Emergency Management Agency dispatched eight search-and-rescue teams to New York and four teams to the Pentagon. The Department of Health and Human Services sent medical teams and mortuary teams, and activated a national medical emergency cadre of 7,000 volunteers for the first time. The Empire State Building went dark as a symbol of national mourning. In Washington, Republicans and Democrats presented a united front in condemning the attacks; members of Congress delivered a spontaneous rendition of "God Bless America" after a news conference on the Capitol steps. "We are outraged at this cowardly attack on the people of the United States," the leaders of Congress said in a bipartisan statement. "Our heartfelt prayers are with the victims and their families, and we stand strongly united behind the President as our commander-in-chief." The impact of the attacks reverberated not just in the United States but in every major capital. European and Asian airlines canceled all flights to the United States and recalled or diverted those already in the air. Flights over London, Paris and other capitals were re-routed over less populous areas. London's financial district was largely evacuated; security was bolstered around U.S. schools and embassies in many countries. Panic buying caused oil and gold prices to soar while stock investors in all major foreign markets dumped shares in the most frenzied wave of selling since the 1987 crash. In the Middle East, China and the Yugoslav republic of Serbia, some people welcomed the attacks, but an array of international leaders pledged support for the victims. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon condemned the attack in blistering terms, and described it as a "turning point" in the global war against terrorism. Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat condemned the attack as well, although some Palestinians in Israeli-occupied territories and Lebanon celebrated with glee. But amid all the sadness and all the outrage, there were questions about lax security and inadequate intelligence, as Americans tried to fathom how such a catastrophe could happen with no apparent warning. On at least two of the airliners, according to federal officials, the hijackers were armed with nothing but knives. How did they get away with it? In fact, counterterrorism experts have talked in recent years about cyber-attacks and biological attacks. Security officials issued warnings just last month about bin Laden's threats to American installations abroad. But yesterday's attacks caught a vast security apparatus off guard. The military command center in Colorado's Cheyenne Mountain, responsible for U.S. air defenses, received word just 10 minutes before the first aircraft struck the World Trade Center that a American plane had been hijacked. The notification came too late for fighter jets to take action, a senior Air Force officer said. But amid all the sadness and all the outrage, there were questions about lax security and inadequate intelligence, as Americans tried to fathom how such a catastrophe could happen with no apparent warning. On at least two of the airliners, according to federal officials, the hijackers were armed with nothing but knives. How did they get away with it? In fact, counterterrorism experts have talked in recent years about cyber-attacks and biological attacks. Security officials issued warnings just last month about bin Laden's threats to American installations abroad. But yesterday's attacks caught a vast security apparatus off guard. The military command center in Colorado's Cheyenne Mountain, responsible for U.S. air defenses, received word just 10 minutes before the first aircraft struck the World Trade Center that a American plane had been hijacked. The notification came too late for fighter jets to take action, a senior Air Force officer said. The Federal Aviation Administration promptly banned takeoffs nationwide, ordered domestic flights to land at the nearest airport and diverted international flights to Canada. But officials soon confirmed that a fourth plane, United Airlines Flight 93, carrying 45 people from Newark to San Francisco, had crashed in Shanksville, Pa. It had been hijacked as well -one passenger called 911 from a cell phone -and had been heading toward Washington when it went down. Then it was back to the World Trade Center. Shortly before 10 a.m., the South Tower collapsed with an earthshaking roar. Smoke replaced steel as if the building had suddenly imploded. A half-hour later, the North Tower collapsed. Mayor Rudolph Giuliani publicly urged New Yorkers to stay calm and stay put -unless they were below Canal Street in lower Manhattan. "If you're south of Canal Street, get out," he warned. "Just walk north." America's battle against terrorism, it seemed clear last night, will never be the same. The nation's airports are expected to reopen at noon today, but with beefed-up security measures: no more curbside check-in, and a possible return of armed "air marshals" to prevent future hijackings. Many members of both parties declared that for all practical purposes, the nation is at war. At a briefing last night in the battered Pentagon, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld warned that America's enemies should not rest easy. For now, those enemies have not been publicly identified. But government officials said they have strong evidence from multiple sources linking the attacks to bin Laden and his
terrorist web, known as al Qaeda. Journalists with access to bin Laden said his followers have been boasting about preparations for major attacks against the United States in retaliation for American support of Israel. Bin Laden has already been linked to the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center, the 1998 embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania, and last year's attack on the USS Cole in Yemen. Yesterday, government officials said they intercepted messages from bin Laden associates gloating about hitting their targets. Before the mayhem, though, U.S. intelligence all pointed to an attack overseas. The State Department had warned travelers in an advisory Friday, and U.S. military and diplomatic posts abroad have been on alert as well. Terrorism experts have repeatedly warned that U.S. airport security is extremely lax, warnings that have been backed up by a stack of studies. When Department of Transportation investigators tried to breach security at eight airports three years ago, they succeeded 68 percent of the time. "The security of airports is pathetic," said Harvey W. Kushner, a Long Island University professor and terrorism consultant to several federal agencies. "It's very easy to have someone get on a plane and wreak havoc." Today, at least, the debates over education, health care, Social Security and the budget surplus that have consumed Washington in recent months have been put on hold; perhaps for the first time since the Gulf War, national security is at the top of the agenda. Rep. Curt Weldon (R-Pa.) was preparing to call for more military spending at a news conference at the time of the attacks. "This is a failure of the U.S. intelligence system, caused by a lack of resources and by complacency," he said. "Today, our government failed the American public." But that was a discordant note yesterday in Washington, where solidarity was the watchword of the day. In his speech last night, Bush emphasized the nation's harmony, noting that "a great people have been moved to defend a great nation." After reading from the 23rd Psalm, he proclaimed that even amid suffering and death, Americans will remain committed to their freedom-loving way of life. "This is a day when all Americans from every walk of life unite in our resolve for justice and peace," he said. "America has stood down enemies before, and we will do so this time." 
Kara Bentley - The Ivory Owl
CALL OF ADHARA : For most people, leaving home is a tremendous undertaking but for Holly Kenzington
it was all about returning to a life that she had left behind. A cryptic presence appears and begins tugging at Holly's precious memories as she is unknowingly drawn from her home in England to a small town in southern Ontario. Ultimately, unknowingly, she is answering a call.Shortly after her arrival in Canada, Holly discovers that a mysterious old house and town with hidden secrets are slowly eating away at her desire for a normal life. Painful memories resurface around the property as Holly and her friend Valerie find themselves in the middle of a treacherous historical event.Holly soon learns the importance of compassion and acceptance and finds that through time, helping others in need can truly be a source of healing.
THE UNEARTHLINGS : Canadian Paleontologist Dr. Emma Sullivan has come to Nebraska to do fieldwork
for the summer. In the hopes of finding a dig site worthy of discovery, she instead finds the fossils of a lifetime. Unaware of such similar finds around the world, she and her team of graduate students believe that there is something very unearthly about this discovery. Unbeknownst to Emma and her team, these newly found fossils not only have a mind of their own, but also a long awaited score to settle. An unidentified threat soon presents itself, preying on a defenseless and unsuspecting world. As death and devastation begin to escalate to levels unforeseen, Emma Sullivan becomes alarmingly close to the menace itself. Emma is soon thrust into a world of danger, as she becomes part of a small rescue team that must travel to the source of the threat in a perilous attempt to stop it. Along the way she learns the truth of betrayal, trust and survival and how the most dangerous predator of all was closer than she ever imagined.
THE SIAMESE MUMMY : Celebrated Vertebrate Palaeontologist Jenna Matthews is at the top of her field.
Her colleagues respect her for her groundbreaking work on fossil cats and her strong work ethic.Back from a conference presentation in Niagara Falls, ON, Jenna settles back into life at home in Wichita, Kansas, where she is a much-loved professor at the state university, only to find that her past is coming to hunt her down-like prey.Jenna relives her experience as a 16 year old to save those in her community and to re-write history. Through bewitching intoxication, Jenna has to fight between legend and reality to find the answers to a multi-layered tale of power and suspense into which she has, initially, been inexplicably been drawn.
has a B.Sc. from Brock University, and a post-graduate certificate in Geographic Information Systems from Niagara College. In 2005, she graduated from the Geology department at the University at Buffalo with a M.S. in Vertebrate Palaeontology. As a graduate student, she traveled to Oberlin, Kansas where she and her professor Dr. William Korth began excavating a small fossil quarry. What started out as an ordinary dig, turned into an interesting and unusual discovery. Excavations revealed two rhinoceros (Teleoceras fossiger) calves and a single claw of a horned rodent. 2004, she presented her research at the Geological Society of America conference in St. Louis, Missouri. In 2005 she presented her research at the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology and Geological Society of America conferences in Denver, Colorado. Her research peaked the interest of the Senior Editor, Sciences, Office of News Services at the University at Buffalo where Kara and her professors were interviewed. The story first ran in the Wichita Eagle and then went on to The Associated Press national news wire where it was later picked up and shown on CNN's news scroll. - w ww.theivoryowl.com
The Story of Flight 93
Passengers on Flight 93 May Have Struggled with Hijackers
September 12 2001
SHANKSVILLE, Pa. (Reuters) Passengers on United Airlines Flight 93 may have struggled with hijackers aboard the only one of four hijacked airliners not to hit a U.S. landmark during Tuesday's deadly assault on New York and Washington, a victim's relative said on Wednesday. Alice Hoglan of San Francisco said her 31-year-old son, Mark Bingham, called her by air-phone 15 minutes before the Boeing 757 crashed and said the plane had been taken over by three men claiming to have a bomb. "We have it from other people, another man on the aircraft who called his wife, who said he and some other passengers were hoping to get at these guys somehow,'' Hoglan, a United Airlines flight attendant who has been questioned by the FBI, told NBC's ''Today'' show. "This was the only flight of the four that did not reach its target, which they believed to be Camp David, and that gives us reason to believe that perhaps Mark was able to help save the lives of people on the ground.'' Hoglan said her conversation with her son took place soon after three other jetliners plowed into the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon near Washington. "The FBI asked us if we heard Mark mention anything besides a bomb. He made no mention of knives or box cutters or guns or any other weapons,'' Hoglan said. "He was forward in the aircraft, could probably be in full view of everything that was going on, probably saw what happened in the cockpit.'' United's Flight 93, bound for San Francisco from Newark, New Jersey, crashed near a strip mine at 10:06 a.m. Tuesday in a wooded section of Somerset County, about 80 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, apparently killing all 45 people on board. Eight minutes earlier, emergency officials in neighboring Westmoreland County said they received a cell phone call from another passenger who said the plane had been hijacked. The impact was so powerful that police investigators who cordoned off the site as a crime scene on Tuesday reported finding no pieces of debris larger than a phone book, and no bodies. ALL-OUT SEARCH FOR FLIGHT DATA RECORDERS Emergency officials said 150 FBI agents and a team from the National Transportation Safety Board were due on Wednesday to mount an all-out search for the aircraft's voice and flight data recorders that may have recorded what happened on board the plane. The so-called black boxes could include the voices of the alleged hijackers and provide evidence of who was flying the plane. The Washington Post reported on Wednesday that leaders of Congress were told at a briefing by the Capitol Police that the hijacked plane might have been bound for the Capitol or Camp David, the presidential retreat in Thurmont, Maryland, 85 miles southeast of the crash site. The newspaper said participants discussed a possible shoot- down of the aircraft. But the congressional leaders soon learned that the plane had already crashed. United Airlines said in a release posted on its Web site that it would advance an initial sum of $25,000 to the families of victims on board two flights involved in Tuesday's tragedy. 
FBI Does Not Rule Out Shootdown of Pennsylvania Plane
September 13 2001
SHANKSVILLE, Pa. (Reuters) Federal investigators said on Thursday they could not rule out the possibility that a United Airlines jetliner that crashed in rural western Pennsylvania during this week's attacks on New York and the Pentagon was shot down. "We have not ruled out that,'' FBI agent Bill Crowley told a news conference when asked about reports that a U.S. fighter jet may have fired on the hijacked Boeing 757. "We haven't ruled out anything yet.'' "It's kind of a loaded question. We're basically at the infancy (of the investigation),'' Crowley added. "We haven't certainly come to that conclusion either.'' The Defense Department on Tuesday vigorously denied reports suggesting the U.S. military could have downed the hijacked flight in an effort to prevent it from reaching a target, perhaps in Washington. United Airlines Flight 93, which crashed with 45 people on board, had been en route to San Francisco fromNewark, New Jersey, when it veered off course over northeastern Ohio and headed back southeast toward Pittsburgh. It crashed 80 miles southeast of that city. Pennsylvania state police officials said on Thursday debris from the plane had been found up to 8 miles away in a residential community where local media have quoted residents as speaking of a second plane in the area and burning debris falling from the sky. Crowley said authorities have not yet found the plane's crucial voice and flight data recorders, but that teams were still searching. "We've not located the black box,'' he said. ''We're confident and we will keep working on it.'' The wooded crash scene was likely to provide investigators of Tuesday's deadly airliner attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon with their best chance of recovering working data recorders. The data recorders could provide an invaluable account of what occurred in the plane's cockpit after the flight turned southeast on Tuesday morning. Flight 93, which crashed near a strip mine, was the only one of four hijacked aircraft not to hit a U.S. landmark. Federal officials believe hijackers planned to crash the plane into the Camp David presidential retreat in Maryland or a target in
Washington. But passengers who managed to call out on cellular phones and on-board airphones suggested they were about to thwart any such plan. "I know we're all going to die -- there's three of us who are going to do something about it,'' passenger Thomas Burnett told his wife Deena just before the crash, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. He then said, 'I love you, honey,' and that was the end of conversation,'' the Burnett family's priest, Rev. Frank Colacicco, told the newspaper. The National Transportation Safety Board was expected to conduct a flyover of the scene to verify the full extent of the debris field, which was sealed off to outsiders and the media by an army of Pennsylvania state troopers. 
Flight Data Recorder Found at Pennsylvania Crash Site
September 13 2001
SHANKSVILLE, Pa. (Reuters) - A search crew found the flight data recorder on Thursday from the hijacked United Airlines plane that crashed in Pennsylvania after the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, raising hopes of important new clues to what happened aboard the Boeing 757. The so-called black box, which was quickly transported to the National Transportation Safety Board in Washington for analysis, could shed light on what happened aboard San Francisco-bound Flight 93 before it crashed on Tuesday near a wooded area 80 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. All 45 people on board the flight lost their lives. FBI agent Bill Crowley could not say whether the data recorder was in working order. The device, discovered in the crash-impact crater at about 4:20 p.m., is designed to monitor and record the operations of in-flight systems. The voice recorder, which investigators hope will reveal conversations and events that occurred in the plane's cockpit, was still missing. We're trying to determine what happened, and this development that just occurred is going to help a lot. I think it will answer a lot of questions,'' Crowley said. Meanwhile, search crews began moving human remains from the debris field to a makeshift morgue set up in a nearby armory. Every piece of tissue that's there will be given a unique number and put into the computer,'' said Dennis Dirkmaat, a forensic anthropologist from Mercyhurst College in Erie, Pennsylvania. He was reluctant to say whether DNA analysis, dental records and fingerprints would identify everyone on board the flight, and noted that identifying the remains of the hijackers would depend on the availability of usable records. Families of the victims were expected to begin arriving soon in western Pennsylvania. Flight 93, which crashed soon after three other jetliners slammed into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, was the only hijacked plane not to hit a U.S. landmark. That fact has brought intense speculation (Con’t Page 18)
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it began a journey that would end not in San Francisco, as planned, or smashing into some Washington target, but in an aching glory. Since Sept. 11, the story of the passengers who fought their hijackers on Flight 93 has become an icon of good thwarting evil, a story of sacrifice and courage that a nation has embraced in a time of fear and uncertainty. No one will ever know exactly what happened on that plane. But new interviews with the family, friends and co-workers of passengers who made last-minute calls give a more complete account of their desperate struggle. At the same time, questions emerge about the role of the fourth hijacker and raise the possibility that instead of a single plot to overcome the terrorists, passengers and flight attendants in different parts of the plane may have hatched separate plans. While most attention has focused on a group of tall, athletic men who apparently planned to rush the hijackers, at least one flight attendant told her husband she was boiling water to use as a weapon. The clues from the wreckage are small: a knife concealed inside a cigarette lighter, a manual of prayers and instructions written in Arabic, a cockpit-voice recorder, still under analysis, that reportedly holds a garble of American and Arabic voices. But the key to whatever took place on Flight 93 may be the 41 minutes it sat on the ground. It gave the passengers enough time to hear about the three other hijacked planes that smashed into the World Trade Center and Pentagon that morning. The delay took the plane off the precise schedule the terrorists had likely relied upon and put it on one that gave the passengers and crew knowledge, knowledge that incited them to fight back and to say goodbye to loved ones before the jet plunged into a reclaimed strip mine in Pennsylvania, taking with it everyone aboard. It was 5 a.m. Tuesday and still dark when Deborah Welsh's husband carried her bag down the stairs of their second-floor walkup in Hell's Kitchen in New York. Welsh, who had been a flight attendant for more than 25 years, usually avoided earlymorning flights, but she had agreed to trade shifts with another worker. Her husband, Patrick, wasn't even sure where she was going when she set off for the bus, wearing her uniform and the navy cap that he jokingly said made her look like the sailor on the Cracker Jack box. At a friend's home in New Jersey, public-relations executive Mark Bingham, scrambling to pack his old college rugby duffel bag after oversleeping the 6 a.m. alarm, forgot his belt. Nicole Miller, carrying a purple backpack stuffed with her textbooks, set off with her boyfriend, Ryan Brown, hoping to switch their separate flights back to California, so they could fly together. And so it began, people making their way to Newark International Airport, Terminal A, Gate 17. There was the Japanese college student and the German wine expert. The refuge manager for the Fish and Wildlife Service, flying home from his grandmother's 100thbirthday party. The Good Housekeeping magazine marketer, on her way back from her grandmother's funeral. There was the advocate for the disabled, who stood less than 4 feet tall and carried herself like a giant. The retired restaurant worker, flying to San Francisco to claim the body of his son, killed in a car crash on his honeymoon. The toy-company executive who sported a Superman tattoo on his shoulder. Almost one-third of the people on Flight 93 were there by the slimmest of chances: cancellations, bad weather and simple changes of plan. The pilot, Jason Dahl, who had learned to fly before he could drive, rescheduled to get home to Colorado early so he and his wife could fly to London for their anniversary. Among the passengers and crew, authorities say, were four young men who had trained for months and perhaps years for this moment, learning how to fight in small spaces and fly jets, lifting weights and reciting prayers. They all sat on the plane, delayed by the airport's heavy morning traffic, as American Airlines Flight 11 and United Airlines Flight 175 left Boston. They sat there as American Airlines flight 77 left Washington. At 8:42 a.m., Flight 93 took off, light with passengers, heavy with 11,000 gallons of jet fuel for its cross-country flight. Nicole Miller's boyfriend watched it leave from his own plane, as it sat on the tarmac. Six minutes later, the north tower of the World Trade Center erupted in flames. For the next 30 minutes, it appears, Flight 93 soared west across Pennsylvania as havoc erupted behind it. Flight attendants, passenger accounts suggest, poured coffee and served breakfast. One of the attendants, CeeCee Ross Lyles, was at the beginning of her career. She had dreamed of being a flight attendant since she took her first plane trip at age 6 but had just realized her dream a year ago, leaving after six years of work as a police officer. Another, Sandra Bradshaw, was thinking about leaving her job so she could stay home with her children. At some point, before the plane reached Cleveland, the hijackers took over the plane, armed with knives and the threat of a bomb. Around 9:30 a.m., air traffic controllers in Cleveland heard someone in the cockpit say, "Hey, get out of here!" a source said. Then a voice, in what was described as a thick Arabic accent, was heard that appeared to be addressing passengers, even though it was radioed to air traffic control. "This is your captain," the man said. "There is a bomb on board. Remain in your seats. We are returning to the airport." How the hijackers overpowered the pilots remains unclear.One passenger would report in a telephone call that two people lay on the floor in the first-class cabin, either injured or dead.
Flight Data Recorder Found at Pennsylvania Crash Site
about what brought the plane down. Earlier this week, Pentagon officials vigorously denied initial reports that a military fighter had shot down the United Airlines jet. At a news conference on Thursday morning, Crowley told reporters that FBI investigators had not ruled out the possibility. But he later retracted the statement, saying unequivocally ``there was no military involvement in what happened here.'' Several passengers managed to telephone people on the ground to report the hijacking. Accounts described three hijackers claiming to have a bomb and a plan by passengers to overpower them. There were also reports that one man heard an explosion. If they are going to take the plane down, then we are going to have to do something,'' Deena Burnett of San Ramon, California, quoted her husband as saying during a cellular phone conversation moments before the crash. The Pennsylvania state police said debris from the crash had shown up about 8 miles away near a residential area where local media quoted some residents as seeing flaming debris from the sky. But investigators were unwilling to say whether the presence of debris in separate places evinced an explosion. State Police Major Lyle Szupinka said debris found in the residential area was small enough to have been carried by air currents after impact. In fact, much of the debris recorded at the crash site so far was said to be in pieces no larger than a briefcase. A team of archeologists were at work digging for evidence in the huge crater left by the crash, using their skills to uncover pieces of evidence from mounds of dirt.
The heroes of Flight 93: Interviews with family and friends detail the courage of everyday people.
By Kim Barker, Louise Kiernan, and Steve Mills © Chicago Tribune
October 2 2001
They waited, the way people wait on a plane. You can picture them spreading out inside this mostly empty flight to San Francisco, the smokestacks and cranes of the Newark skyline looming outside their windows. You can hear them working their cell phones, calling their friends, their offices. For 41 minutes they waited on the tarmac to take off. Two pilots, five flight attendants and 37 passengers. Among them, four men knew they were all waiting to die. When United Flight 93 finally took off,
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They appeared to be the pilot and copilot, he said, relating information from a flight attendant. Another told a friend that two people's throats were slit but didn't identify them. A third saw only one injured. At least five passengers and flight attendants described the hijackers in their calls in similar terms: three men, wearing red bandannas, one with some sort of box strapped around his waist that he claimed was a bomb. One passenger reported that two of the hijackers were in the cockpit and a third guarded passengers in first class from behind a curtain. None of the callers mentioned a fourth hijacker, although the FBI has identified four men in connection with the hijacking. Those men are Saeed Alghamdi, Ahmed Ibrahim A. Al Haznawi, Ahmed Alnami and Ziad Jarrah. It may be that the people who made calls were unable to see the fourth hijacker. Some news reports have suggested one may have already gained access to the cockpit, as an uniformed guest pilot sitting in the spare jumpseat. Or, some terrorism experts suggest, he may have played a role as a backup, perhaps remaining unidentified among the other passengers or hiding in the bathroom until he was needed. A Justice Department spokeswoman said Friday that their "best information" shows that four were involved. By 9:36 a.m., United Flight 93 had suddenly changed course, according to flightpath information provided by Flight Explorer, a firm that supplies real-time radar tracking data. The plane had made a U-turn and headed back toward Washington. In the cabin, passengers frantically began making calls, 23 from the seat-back phones alone from 9:31 to 9:53 a.m. Others passed cell phones to people who had been strangers just minutes before. Why so many people were able to make calls while apparently under guard by hijackers could be that, as one passenger reported, there was no hijacker among the passengers in coach. Some of the telephone calls were short — no more than a few rushed words of fear or love. Lauren Grandcolas, flying home to San Rafael, Calif., from her grandmother's funeral, left a message for her husband saying her flight had been hijacked but she was "comfortable, for now." Linda Gronlund and Joe Deluca, on their way to San Francisco for a vacation together, took turns. She called her sister to say she would miss her. He called his father. "The plane's been hijacked," he said. "I love you." Andrew Garcia, an Air National Guard air traffic controller and plane buff, only managed to get out his wife's name, "Dorothy," before his phone went dead. Other passengers, though, managed to conduct fairly lengthy, even repeated conversations during the plane's final minutes, constructing a jumbled puzzle of what was happening inside the Boeing 757. Deena Burnett was feeding her three daughters breakfast and watching the news in horror when the telephone rang in her home in San Ramon, Calif. "Are you OK?" she asked her husband, Tom, 38. "No," he said. "I'm on the airplane and it's been hijacked." He told his wife the hijackers had stabbed someone. He told her to call the authorities, and he hung up. When he called back, she was on the line to the FBI. She told him about the World Trade Center, the first he knew of the attack. He paused. "Were they commercial airplanes?" he asked. Deena Burnett didn't think so. Cargo or private planes, she said. "Do you know anything else about the planes?" No, she said. "Do you know who was involved?" Again, she said no. He told her the man who was stabbed had died. The hijackers are talking about running the plane into the ground, he said. Then he said he had to go. His third call came about 9:41 a.m., shortly after a plane had hit the Pentagon. "OK," he said. "We're going to do something." In his fourth and final call, just before 10 a.m., Burnett said he was sure the hijackers didn't have a bomb, that he thought they had only knives. "There's a group of us who are going to do something," he repeated. Deena Burnett thought about her years of training as a flight attendant. She was taught to appease hijackers, to meet their demands, to stay in the background. She told her husband to sit down. "Don't draw attention to yourself," she said. She told him she loved him. She felt he thought he was coming home that night. This was simply a problem that he was going to solve, as he had solved many others. As Burnett talked with his wife, three other men who may have joined him in whatever plans were being hatched made calls of their own. Across the aisle in Seat 4D, Mark Bingham, 31, called his mother. He was so rattled that when Alice Hoglan got on the line, her son told her, "This is Mark Bingham." His message was brief: The plane had been hijacked by three men and he loved her. In the rear of the plane, Jeremy Glick, also 31, a sales manager for a Web site firm and former judo champion, called his wife from a seat-back phone. He described three Middle Eastern men brandishing knives and a red box. His wife told him about the attacks at the World Trade Center. He tried to grasp the hijackers' plans — to blow up the plane or fly it into a target? The passengers had taken a vote among themselves, he said. They had decided to try to take back the plane. "I told him to go ahead and do it,"
Lyzbeth Glick said on "Good Morning America. "I trusted his instincts, and I said, 'Do what you have to do.' I knew that I thought he could do it." Beamer, 32, an account manager for Oracle, called a stranger. He picked up a seatback phone and hit "0," and at 9:45 a.m., he was connected first to a dispatcher for GTE Airfone, and then to Lisa Jefferson, the operator's supervisor. For 13 minutes, Beamer told Jefferson everything he could, passing along information he gleaned himself and from a flight attendant. The passengers remained in their seats, she said he told her, and the flight attendants were forced to sit in the back of the plane. He told her how much he loved his pregnant wife and two sons, and he asked her to call them. He asked her to recite the Lord's Prayer and 23rd Psalm with him. Moments later, Beamer told Jefferson about the plan, that the passengers were going to run up the long, narrow aisle to the first-class cabin and attack the hijacker there. "I'm going to have to go out on faith," Beamer said. He turned to someone else, and he said, "Are you ready?" Then, in the last words Jefferson would hear from him, "OK. Let's roll." Sandra Bradshaw, the flight attendant, also identified three hijackers when she called her husband in Greensboro, N.C. She had been moved to the back of the plane, she said, but she and other passengers had a plan. They were going to rush their captors; she was boiling water to throw on them. Another passenger, Elizabeth Wainio, also apparently talked of a plan to rush the hijackers. In a call she made to her stepmother in Baltimore, using the cell phone lent to her by Lauren Grandcolas, she said, "I've got to go now, Mom, they're breaking into the cockpit," according to the mother of another passenger, who said she spoke with family members about the call. Wainio's parents declined comment. The accounts of these calls — if accurate — would indicate that at least four people were somehow plotting to attack the hijackers. If Beamer's report is accurate, they were seated in different sections of the plane, with Bingham and Burnett up front, while the others were in the back. It may be there were separate plans to take the plane or that somehow, amid all the telephone calls, chaos and fear, the passengers were able to communicate with each other. If they did, they may have known they had another pilot among them, Donald Greene, chief executive officer of Safe Flight Instrument in New York. Greene, according to his family, knew anything and everything about airplanes. At about 9:54 a.m., the plane started flying erratically. In Oak Brook, Ill., Jefferson heard screams in the background. Two minutes later, the plane's flight plan changed. The destination airport was changed from San Francisco International to Ronald Reagan National Airport. Estimated time of arrival: 10:28 a.m.
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At nearly the same moment, from the plane's bathroom, someone called 911, repeating that Flight 93 had been hijacked, that this was not a hoax. Then, Marion Britton called a longtime friend, Fred Fiumano, at his New York City auto shop. Britton, crying, told him the plane was turning around. It was going to go down. "Don't worry about it," Fiumano said, trying desperately to reassure her. "They're only taking you for a ride." He heard yelling and screaming in the background, and then the phone went dead. He tried to call the cellular-phone number back, but no one answered. A few of the passengers expected they would win the battle. Before Lyzbeth Glick turned over the phone to her father because she couldn't bear to listen anymore, her husband told her, "Hang on the line. I'll be back." At 10:03 a.m., a black crater bloomed in the soft earth of a field 80 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. The wife in California, the father-in-law in New York, the operator in suburban Chicago still held onto their phones. They held on, waiting and hoping in the silence. 
The Anatomy of Evil
The ANATOMY of
The crimes of Charles Manson, Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, John Wayne Gacy, Dennis Rader, and other highprofile killers are so breathtakingly awful that most people would not hesitate to label them “evil.” In this groundbreaking book, renowned psychiatrist Michael H. Stone—host of Discovery Channel’s former series Most Evil—uses this common emotional reaction to horrifying acts as his starting point to explore the concept and reality of evil from a new perspective. In an in-depth discussion of the personality traits and behavior that constitute evil across a wide spectrum, Dr. Stone takes a clarifying scientific approach to a topic that for centuries has been inadequately explained by religious doctrines. Basing his analysis on the detailed biographies of more than 600 violent criminals, Stone has created a 22level hierarchy of evil behavior, which loosely reflects the structure of Dante’s Inferno. He traces two salient personality traits that run the gamut from those who commit crimes of passion to perpetrators of the worst crimes— sadistic torture and murder. One trait is narcissism, as exhibited in people who are so self-centered that they have little or no ability to care about their victims. The other is aggression, the use of power over another person to inflict humiliation, suffering, and death. Stone then turns to the various factors that, singly or intertwined, contribute to pushing certain people over the edge into committing heinous crimes. They include heredity, adverse environments, violence-prone cultures, mental illness or brain injury, and abuse of mind-altering drugs. All are considered in the search for the root causes of evil behavior. What do psychology, psychiatry, and neuroscience tell us about the minds of those whose actions could be described as evil? And what will that mean for the rest of us? Stone discusses how an increased understanding of the causes of evil will affect the justice system. He predicts a day when certain persons can safely be declared salvageable and restored to society and when early signs of violence in children may be corrected before potentially dangerous patterns become entrenched.
"The fluid, articulate style of this studious yet accessible volume attests to the impressive breadth and depth of Dr. Stone's knowledge about the people who've committed the world's most evil acts. Using psychology, religion, philosophy and neuroscience, he dissects this complex concept in the form of case study and presents a concise and profound analysis. A great read for scholars and lay people alike. You won't forget these stories! It's everything you ever wanted to know about evil but were too afraid to ask." DR. KATHERINE RAMSLAND Professor of Forensic Psychology and Chair of Social Sciences at DeSales University Author of Inside the Minds of Serial Killers and The Human Predator
“Dr. Michael Stone told the ‘X’ Zone Nation about a side of Evil that very few people ever get to see, as well his first had accounts of his interviews with the most Evil criminals of modern criminal history. It was a great hour!” Rob McConnell, Host of the Internationally Syndicated Radio Show, The ‘X’ Zone
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Rosemary Ellen Guiley - The Encyclopedia of Demons & Demmonology
THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF DEMONS & DEMONOLOGY — NEW!
$24.95 trade paperback By Rosemary Ellen Guiley Facts On File, 2009 Foreword by John Zaffis Illustrated with black and white images. The conflict between good and evil can be found in every culture, mythical tradition, and religion throughout history. In many cases, the source of evil has been personified as demons or devils, and in many belief systems, both are considered to be real entities operating outside the boundaries of the physical world to torment people or lead them astray. In some traditions demons are believed to be the direct opposite of angels, working against the forces of good and challenging them. Real or not, demons are at the heart of many fascinating beliefs and traditions, several of which are widely held today. The Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology explores this dark aspect of folklore and religion and the role that demons play in the modern world. This comprehensive resource presents more than 400 entries and more than 80 black-and-white photographs documenting beliefs about demons and demonology from ancient history to the present.
Rosemary Ellen Guiley - The Encyclopedia of Ghosts and Spirits
ENCYCLOPEDIA GHOSTS & SPIRITS 3RD EDITION
$24.95 by Rosemary Ellen Guiley Foreword by Troy Taylor Facts On File, 2007, paperback, 8.5 x 11 inches, 430 pgs. The Encyclopedia of Ghosts and Spirits, Third Edition" includes more than 600 entries about ghosts, hauntings, related paranormal phenomenon, the people who investigate them, and the key theories about what causes them. Widely regarded as the definitive reference in the field, this encyclopedia provides comprehensive coverage written in an engaging style. Paranormal expert Rosemary Ellen Guiley has compiled extensive research on the most current theories about what causes ghosts and the many new haunting cases documented since publication of the second edition. The third edition has been updated substantially with the addition of more than 130 new entries, more than 20 new black-and-white photographs, and an updated foreword by Troy Taylor, founder of the American Ghost Society. Many entries include biographical listings for further reading. New and revised entries include: Amityville case; Apparition; Black Aggie; Demon; Eastern State Penitentiary; Electronic Voice Phenomena; Haunting; Lizzie Borden House; Myrtles Plantation; Possession; and, Shadow people.
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How Integrity Intelligence, Serves You, Your Relationships, and Our World
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From the White House, to the board room, to the privacy of our own bedrooms, and virtually everywhere in between, the missing key to solving today's biggest issues is a restoration of integrity. To succeed, integrity must be transformed from a fuzzy and impersonal philosophical concept to a practical, action-oriented and deeply rewarding way of life. That transformation begins with understanding that integrity includes self-integrity, relationship integrity and societal integrity. And understanding that these three forms of integrity reflect the three innate motivations we have that form the real recipe for life fulfillment: authenticity (being who we truly are), connection (bonding with others) and impact (positively influencing the world around us). Practical integrity is a very specific set of seven life skills. They are required not only for creating sustainable solutions to our current crises but for life fulfillment, great relationships, career success, and leadership that serves us all. This is what makes integrity intelligence arguably the most important form of intelligence we need in today's world: integrity intelligence is the new IQ that millions of people are searching for. What makes The New IQ truly revolutionary is that it is the world's first complete road-tested guide to integrity-centered living, working, loving, and serving! Dealing with today's vast array of major challenges calls upon us, as individuals and as a society, to take a fresh look at what creates life fulfillment. It requires that we as citizens develop a new vision of what to look for and require from our leaders in government, business, advocacy groups, community organizations and the media. Hailed as a "once-in-a-generation book," The New IQ provides the first step-by-step road map for restoring the vanishing virtue of integrity... for the sake of our loved ones, our communities, our businesses, our society, and our own personal wellbeing. Going far beyond being a self-help book, this critically acclaimed, five-award-winning action plan provides a socially responsible road map for attaining personal, relationship, and career fulfillment during difficult times without sacrificing ethics and integrity.
Dr. David S. Gruder, PhD, DCEP, is perhaps the world's only clinical-organizational psychologist whose primary specialty is integrity development and education. As Integrity Revolution's Executive Director, he passionately embodies its mission statement (described above) through writing, keynotes, training, mentoring, and media interviews on various aspects of integrity-centered living, working, loving and serving. He is a frequent guest on many radio talk shows throughout North America. Dr. Gruder's doctorate is in clinical psychology with a secondary emphasis in organizational development and conflict resolution. For three decades, Dr. Gruder has provided organizational analyses, staff training, team development and executive mentoring, for executives, administrators, leaders, businesses, health care organizations, and educational institutions. He concurrently maintained a waiting-list private psychotherapy practice from 1980 until 2000.
HIGH: Confessions of an International Drug Smuggler
HIGH: Confessions of an International Drug Smuggler
Having successfully completed a ten-year sentence, incident free, for importing 75 tons of marijuana into the United States, I am now seeking a legal and legitimate means to support myself and my family. Business experience: Owned and operated a successful fishing business -- multi-vessel, one airplane, one island and processing facility. Simultaneously owned and operated a fleet of tractor-trailer trucks conducting business in the western United States. During this time I also participated in the executive level management of 120 people worldwide in a successful pot-smuggling venture with revenues in excess of $100-million US annually... Among the advertiser’s references was the US district attorney who was responsible for his arrest in 1990 and who had reminded the trial judge that the offence could carry the death penalty. The ad made news around the world and also captured the resilient spirit of Brian O’Dea, a remarkable man who, even in his darkest hours of addiction and criminality, never lost the love of family and friends. The O’Dea family is well known in government and legal circles in Newfoundland. But the family’s prominence could not protect their middle son from sexual abuse at the hands of priests. Brian became the black sheep, and turned to drugs in his late teens for the money, for the excitement, and for an escape from himself. Twenty-five years later, when the cops finally knocked on his door at the end of a massive DEA investigation, he had given up the trade and was a recovered cocaine addict working as a drug addiction counsellor in Santa Barbara. He had finally begun to understand how he had ended up in the drug world. He was tried and sentenced to ten years to be served at Terminal Island federal prison in Los Angeles Harbor. High interweaves extracts of his prison diary – perceptive, funny and alarming all at once – with the vivid recounting of his outlaw years and the dawning recognition of those things in his life that were worth living for.
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SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL
SEPTEMBER 11 MEMORIAL Name - Age - Employer Location Where They Died All First Responders Are In Red -AGordon McCannel Aamoth Jr., 32, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Edelmiro (Ed) Abad, 54, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Maria Rose Abad, 49 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Andrew Anthony Abate, 37, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Vincent Abate, 40, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Laurence Abel, Age Not Known, Cantor Fitzgerald , WTC William F. Abrahamson, 58, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Richard Anthony Aceto, 42, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Heinrich B. Ackermann, 38, Aon Corp, WTC. Paul Andrew Acquaviva, 29, Cantor, WTC Fitzgerald Christian Adams, 37, German Wine Fund, UA Flight 93 Donald L. Adams, 28, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Patrick Adams, 60, Fuji Bank, WTC Shannon Lewis Adams, 25, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Stephen Adams, 51, Windows on the World, WTC Ignatius Adanga, 62, New York State Department of Transportation, WTC Christy A. Addamo, 28, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Terence E. Adderley Jr,. 22, Fred Alger Management, WTC Sophia B. Addo, 36, Windows on the World, WTC Lee Adler, 48, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Daniel Thomas Afflitto, 32, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Emmanuel Afuakwah, 37, Windows on the World, WTC Mukul Agarwala, 37, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Joseph Agnello, 35, New York Fire Department, WTC David Agnes, 46, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Joao A.D. Aguiar, 30 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Lt. Brian G. Ahearn, 43, New York Fire Department, WTC Jeremiah J. Ahern, 74, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Joanne Ahladiotis, 27, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Shabbir Ahmed, 47, Windows on the World, WTC Terrance Andre Aiken, 30, Vital Computer Services, WTC Godwin Ajala, 33, Summit Security Services, WTC Gertrude M. Alagero, 37, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc,. WTC Andrew Alameno, 37, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Margaret (Peggy) Jezycki Alario, 41, Zurich American Insurance, WTC Gary Albero, 39, Aon Corp., WTC Jon L. Albert, 46, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc, WTC Peter Alderman, 25, Bloomberg Tradebook, WTC Jacquelyn Delaine Aldridge, 46, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Grace Alegre-Cua, 40, Mitsui Bank, WTC David D. Alger, 57, Fred Alger Alger Management, WTC Ernest Alikakos, 43, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Edward L. Allegretto, 51, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Eric Allen, 44, New York Fire Department, WTC Joseph Ryan Allen, 39, Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Richard Dennis Allen, 31, New York Fire Department, WTC Richard L. Allen, 30, New York Fire Department, WTC Christopher Edward Allingham, 36, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Anna Williams Allison, 48, A2 Software Solutions, AA Flight 11 Janet M. Alonso, 41, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc,. WTC Anthony Alvarado, 31, Forte Food Alvarado Service, WTC Antonio Javier Alvarez, Windows on the World, WTC Telmo Alvear, 25, Windows on the World, WTC Cesar A. Alviar, 60, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc,. WTC Tariq Amanullah, 40, Fiduciary Trust Internationa,l WTC Angelo Amaranto, 60, ABM Industries, WTC James Amato, 43, New York Fire Department, WTC Joseph Amatuccio 41 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Paul W. Ambrose, 32, Office of the Surgeon General, AA Flight 77 Christopher Charles Amoroso, 29, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Spc. Craig Amundson, 28, U.S. Army, Pentagon Kazuhiro Anai, 42, Nishi-Nippon Bank, WTC Calixto Anaya Jr., 35, New York Fire Department, WTC Joseph Peter Anchundia, 26, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Kermit Charles Anderson, 57, Marsh Inc., WTC Yvette Anderson, 53, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC John Andreacchio, 52, Fuji Bank, WTC Michael Rourke Andrews, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Jean A. Andrucki, 42, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Siew-Nya Ang, 37, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Joseph Angelini Jr,. 38, New York Fire Department, WTC Joseph Angelini Sr., 63, New York Fire Department, WTC David Lawrence Angell, 54, NBC, AA Flight 11 Lynn Edwards Angell, 52, AA Flight 11 Laura Angilletta, 23, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Doreen J. Angrisani, 44, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Lorraine D. Antigua, 32, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Seima Aoyama, 48, AA Flight 11 Peter Paul Apollo, 26, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Faustino Apostol Jr., 55, New York Fire Department, WTC Frank Thomas Aquilino, 26, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Patrick Michael Aranyos, 26, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC David Arce, 36, New York Fire Department, WTC Michael G. Arczynski, 45, Aon Corp., WTC Louis Arena, 32, New York Fire Department, WTC Barbara Jean (Bobbi) Arestegui, 38, American Airlines, AAFlight 11 Adam Arias, 37, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Michael J. Armstrong, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Jack Charles Aron, 52, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Joshua Aron, 29, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Richard Avery Aronow, 48, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Myra Joy Aronson, 50, Compuware Corp., WTC Japhet J. Aryee, 49, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Carl Asaro, 39, New York Fire Department, WTC Michael A. Asciak, 47, Carr Futures, WTC Michael Edward Asher, 53, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Janice Ashley, 25, Fred Alger Management, WTC Thomas J. Ashton, 21, Denino Electric, WTC Manuel O. Asitimbay, 36, Windows on the World, WTC Lt. Gregg Arthur Atlas, 45, New York Fire Department, WTC Gerald Atwood, 38, New York Fire Department, WTC James Audiffred, 38, ABM Industries, WTC Louis Aversano Jr., 58, Aon Corp., WTC Ezra Aviles, 41, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Alona Avraham, 30, Applied Materials, WTC Ayodeji Awe, 42, WTC Samuel (Sandy) Ayala, 36, Windows on the World, WTC
-BArlene T. Babakitis, 47, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Eustace (Rudy) Bacchus, 48, American Stock Exchange, WTC John James Badagliacca, 35, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Jane Ellen Baeszler, 43, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Robert J. Baierwalter, 44, F.M. Global, WTC Andrew J. Bailey, 29, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Brett T. Bailey, 28, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Garnet Edward (Ace) Bailey, 54, Los Angeles Kings, UA Flight 174 Tatyana Bakalinskaya, 43, WTC Michael S. Baksh, 36, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Sharon Balkcom, 43, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Michael Andrew Bane, 33, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC
SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL
Kathy Bantis, 44, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Gerard Jean Baptiste, 35, New York Fire Department, WTC Walter Baran, 42, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Gerard A. Barbara, 53, New York Fire Department, WTC Paul V. Barbaro, 35, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC James W. Barbella, 53, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Ivan Kyrillos Fairbanks Barbosa, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Victor Daniel Barbosa, 23, Windows on the World, WTC Christine Barbuto, 3,2 TJX Co,. AA Flight 11 Colleen Ann Barkow, 26, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC David Michael Barkway, 34, BMO Nesbitt Burns, WTC Matthew Barnes, New York Fire Department, WTC Melissa Rose Barnes, 27, U.S. Navy, Pentagon Sheila Barnes, 55, Aon Corp., WTC Evan J. Baron, 38, Carr Futures, WTC Renee Barrett-Arjune, 4,1 Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Arthur T. Barry, 35, New York Fire Department, WTC Diane Barry, 60, Aon Corp., WTC Maurice Vincent Barry, 49, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Scott D. Bart, 28, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Carlton W. Bartels, 44, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Guy Barzvi, 29, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Inna Basina, 43, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Alysia Basmajian, 23, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Basnicki, 48, BEA Systems, WTC Lt. Steven J. Bates, 42, New York Fire Department, WTC Paul James Battaglia, 22, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC W. David Bauer, 45, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Marlyn C. Bautista, 46, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Mark Lawrence Bavis ,31, Los Angeles Kings, UA Flight 175 Jasper Baxter, 45, Lee Hecht Harrison, WTC Lorraine G. Bay, 58, United Airlines, UA Flight 93 Michele (Du Berry) Beale, 37, Risk Waters Group, WTC Todd Morgan Beamer, 32, Oracle Corp, UA Flight 93 Paul F. Beatini, 40, Allendale Insurance, WTC Jane S. Beatty, 53, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Alan Beaven, 48, UA Flight 93 Larry I. Beck, 38, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Manette Marie Beckles, 43, WTC Carl John Bedigian, 35, New York Fire Department ,WTC Michael Beekman, 39, LaBranche, WTC Maria Behr, 41, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC (Retired) Master Sgt. Max Beilke, 69, U.S. Army, Pentagon Yelena Belilovsky, 38, Fred Alger Management, WTC Nina Patrice Bell, 39, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Andrea Della Bella, 59, WTC Debbie S. Bellows, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Stephen Elliot Belson, 51, New York Fire Department, WTC Paul Michael Benedetti, 32, Aon Corp., WTC Denise Lenore Benedetto, 40, Aon Corp., WTC Bryan Craig Bennett, 2,5 Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Eric L. Bennett, 29, Alliance Consulting, WTC Oliver Bennett, 29, Risk Waters Group, WTC Margaret L. Benson, 52, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Dominick J. Berardi, 25, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC James Patrick Berger, 44, Aon Corp., WTC Steven Howard Berger, 45, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC John P. Bergin, 39, New York Fire Department, WTC Alvin Bergsohn, 48, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Daniel D. Bergstein, 38, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Graham Andrew Berkeley, 37, Compuware Corp. WTC Michael J. Berkeley, 38, WTC Donna Bernaerts-Kearns, 44, Accenture, WTC Dave Bernard, 57, Internal Revenue Service, WTC William Bernstein, 44, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC David M. Berray, 39, MoneyLine, WTC David S. Berry, 43, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Joseph J. Berry, 55, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC William Reed Bethke ,36, Marsh USA, WTC Yeneneh Betru, 35, IPC, AA Flight 77 Timothy D. Betterly, 42, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Carolyn Mayer Beug, 48, WTC Edward F. Beyea, 42, Empire Blue Cross and Blue Shield, WTC Paul Beyer, New York Fire Department, WTC Anil T. Bharvaney, 41, Instinet (Reuters), WTC Bella Bhukhan, 24, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Shimmy D. Biegeleisen, 42, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Peter Bielfeld, 44, New York Fire Department, WTC William Biggart, 54, WTC Brian Bilcher, 36, New York Fire Department, WTC Mark K. Bingham, 31, The Bingham Group, UA Flight 83 Carl Vincent Bini, 44, New York Fire Department, WTC Gary Bird, 51, Marsh USA, WTC Joshua David Birnbaum, 24, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC George Bishop, 52, Aon Corp., WTC Kris Romeo Bishundat, 23, U.S. Navy, Pentagon Jeffrey D. Bittner, 27, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Balewa Albert Blackman, 26, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Christopher Joseph Blackwell, 42, New York Fire Department, WTC Carrie R. Blagburn, 48, U.S. Army, Pentagon Susan L. Blair, 35, Aon Corp., WTC Harry Blanding Jr., 38 Aon Corp., WTC Janice L. Blaney, 55, WTC Craig Michael Blass, 27, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Rita Blau, 52, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Richard M. Blood Jr., 38, Aon Corp., WTC Michael A. Boccardi, 30, Fred Alger Management, WTC John Paul Bocchi, 38, Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Michael L. Bocchino, 45, New York Fire Department, WTC Susan M. Bochino, 36, Aon Corp., WTC Deora Frances Bodley, 20 Santa Clara (Calif.) University, UA Flight 93 Bruce Douglas (Chappy) Boehm, 49, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Mary Katherine Boffa, 45, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Nicholas A. Bogdan, 34, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Darren C. Bohan, 34, Aon Corp., WTC Lawrence Francis Boisseau, 36, OCS Security ,WTC Vincent M. Boland Jr, 25, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc,. WTC Touri Bolourchi, 69, UA Flight 175 Andre Bonheur Jr., 40, Citibank, WTC Colin Arthur Bonnett, 39, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Frank Bonomo, 42, New York Fire Department, WTC Yvonne L. Bonomo, 30, American Express, WTC Sean Booker, 35, Xerox Corp., WTC Kelly Ann Booms, 24 PricewaterhouseCoopers, AA Flight 11 Lt. Col. Canfield D. Boone, 54, U.S. Army, Pentagon Mary Jane (MJ) Booth, 64, American Airlines, AA Flight 77 Sherry Ann Bordeaux, 38, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Krystine C. Bordenabe, 33, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Diana Borrero de Padro, 55, U.S. Army Pentagon Martin Boryczewsk,i 29, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Richard E. Bosco, 34, Citibank, WTC Klaus Bothe, 31, BCT Technology AG (Germany), UA Flight 175 Carol Marie Bouchard, 43, Kent County Hospital, AA Flight 11 John Howard Boulton Jr., 29, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Francisco Bourdier, 41, Deutsche Bank, WTC Thomas H. Bowden Jr., 36, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Donna Bowen, 42, Verizon, Pentagon Kimberly S. Bowers, 31, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Veronique (Bonnie) Nicole Bowers, 28, Windows on the World, WTC Larry Bowman, 46, Summit Security Services, WTC Shawn Edward Bowman Jr., 28, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Kevin L. Bowser, 45, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Gary R. Box, 37, New York Fire Department, WTC Gennady Boyarsky, 34, American Express, WTC Pamela Boyce, 43, Carr Futures, WTC Allen P. Boyle, 30, U.S. Defense Department, Pentagon Michael Boyle, 37, New York Fire Department, WTC
SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL
Alfred Braca, 54, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Sandra Conaty Brace, 60, Risk Insurance Solutions, WTC Kevin H. Bracken, 37, New York Fire Department, WTC Sandra W. Bradshaw, 38, United Airlines, UA Flight 93 David Brian Brady, 41, Merrill Lynch, WTC Alexander Braginsky, 38, Reuters, WTC Nicholas Brandemarti, 21, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Daniel R. Brandhorst, 41 PricewaterhouseCoopers, UA Flight 175 David Reed Gamboa Brandhorst, 3, UA Flight 175 Michelle Renee Bratton, 23, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Patrice Braut, 31, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Lydia Estelle Bravo, 50, Marsh & Bravo McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Ronald Michael Breitweiser, 39, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Edward A. Brennan III, 37, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Frank H. Brennan, 50, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Michael Emmett Brennan, 27, New York Fire Department, WTC Peter Brennan, 30, New York Fire Department, WTC Thomas M. Brennan, 32, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Capt. Daniel Brethel, 43, New York Fire Department, WTC Gary L. Bright, 36, Aon Corp., WTC Jonathan Briley, 43, Windows on the World, WTC Mark A. Brisman, 34, Harris Beach, LLP, WTC Paul Bristow, 27, Risk Waters Group, WTC Victoria Alvarez Brito, 38, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Marion Britton, 53, U.S. Census Bureau, UA Flight 93 Mark Francis Broderick, 40, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Herman C. Broghammer, 58, Aon Corp., WTC Keith Broomfield, 49, Advent Corp., WTC Bernard Curtis Brown II, 11, Leckie Elementary School (Washington), AA Flight 77 Janice J. Brown, 35, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Lloyd Brown, 28, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Capt. Patrick J. Brown, 48, New York Fire Department, WTC Bettina Browne, 49, WTC Mark Bruce, 40, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Richard Bruehert, 38, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Andrew Brunn, 28, New York Fire Department, WTC Capt. Vincent Brunton, New York Fire Department, WTC Ronald Paul Bucca, 47, New York Fire Department, WTC Brandon J. Buchanan, 24, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Greg Joseph Buck, 37, New York Fire Department, WTC Dennis Buckley, 38, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Nancy Bueche, 43, Aon Corp., WTC Patrick Joseph Buhse, 36, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC John E. Bulaga Jr., 35, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Stephen Bunin, 45, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Christopher Lee Burford, 23, U.S. Navy, Penttagon Matthew J. Burke, 28, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Thomas Daniel Burke, 38, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Capt. William F. Burke Jr., 46, New York Fire Department, WTC Charles Burlingame, 51, American Airlines, AA Flight 77 Thomas E. Burnett Jr., 38, Thoratec Corp., UA Flight 93 Donald James Burns, 61, New York Fire Department, WTC Kathleen A. Burns, 49, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Keith James Burns, 39, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC John Patrick Burnside, 36, New York Fire Department, WTC Irina Buslo, 32, Fuji Bank, WTC Milton Bustillo, 37, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Thomas M. Butler, 37, New York Fire Department, WTC Patrick Byrne, New York Fire Department, WTC Timothy G. Byrne, 36, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Michael Cammarata, 22, New York Fire Department, WTC David Otey Campbell, 5,1 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Geoffrey Thomas Campbell, 31, Reuters, WTC Jill Marie Campbell, 31, Baseline Financial Services, WTC Robert Arthur Campbell, 25, Fine Painting and Decorating, WTC Sandra Patricia Campbell, 45, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Juan Ortega Campos, 32, WTC Sean Canavan, 39, WTC John A. Candela, 42, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Vincent Cangelosi, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Stephen J. Cangialosi, 40, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Lisa B. Cannava, 30, Carr Futures, WTC Brian Cannizzaro, 30, New York Fire Department ,WTC Michael R. Canty, 30, Carr Futures, WTC Louis A. Caporicci, 35, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Jonathan N. Cappello, 23, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC James Christopher Cappers, 33, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Richard M. Caproni, 34, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Jose Cardona, 32, Carr Futures, WTC Dennis M Carey, 51, New York Fire Department, WTC Edward Carlino, 46, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Michael Scott Carlo, 34, New York Fire Department, WTC David G. Carlone, 46, FM Global, WTC Rosemarie C. Carlson, 40, WTC Mark Stephen Carney, 41, Association of Independent Recruiters, WTC Joyce Ann Carpeneto, 40, General Telecom, WTC Jeremy M. Carrington, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Michael T. Carroll, 39, New York Fire Department, WTC Peter Carroll, 35, New York Fire Department, WTC James J. Carson Jr., 32, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Christoffer Mikael Carstanjen, 33, University of Massachusetts, UA Flight 175 Angelene C. Carter, 51, U.S. Army, Pentagon Christopher Newton Carter, 52, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC James Cartier, 26, P.E. Electric Stone, WTC Sharon A. Carver, 38, U.S. Army, Pentagon Vivian Casalduc, 45, Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield, WTC John F. Casazza, 38, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Paul Cascio, 23, Euro Brokers Inc, WTC Neilie Anne Heffernan Casey, 32, TJX Co., AA Flight 11 William Joseph Cashman, 57, WTC Thomas Anthony Casoria, 29, New York Fire Department, WTC William Otto Caspar, 57, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Alejandro Castano, 35, Empire Distribution, WTC Arcelia Castillo, 49, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Leonard M. Castrianno, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC
-CDaniel Martin Caballero, 21, U.S. Navy, Pentagon Jesus Cabezas, 66, Windows on the World, WTC Lillian Caceres, 48, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Brian Joseph Cachia, 26, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Steven Cafiero Jr., 31, Aon Corp., WTC Richard M. Caggiano, 25, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Cecile M. Caguicla, 55, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC John Brett Cahill, 56, Xerox Corp., UA Flight 175 Michael John Cahill, 37, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Scott W. Cahill, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Thomas J. Cahill, 36, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC George Cain, 35, New York Fire Department, WTC Salvatore B. Calabro, 38, New York Fire Department, WTC Joseph Calandrillo, 49, Risk Solutions International, WTC Philip V. Calcagno, 57, WTC Edward Calderon, 44, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Sgt. 1st Class Jose Orlando CalderonOlmedo, 44, U.S. Army, Pentagon Kenneth Marcus Caldwell, 30, Alliance Consulting, WTC Dominick E. Calia, 40, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Felix (Bobby) Calixte, 38, BP Air Conditioning, WTC Capt. Frank Callahan, New York Fire Department, WTC Liam Callahan, 44, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Suzanne M. Calley, 42, Cisco Systems Inc., AA Flight 77 Luigi Calvi, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Roko Camaj, 60, ABM Industries, WTC
SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL
Jose Ramon Castro, 37, Forte Food Service, WTC William E. Caswell, 54, U.S. Navy, AA Flight 77 Richard G. Catarelli, 47, WTC Christopher Sean Caton, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Robert J. Caufield, 48, Denino Electric, WTC Mary Teresa Caulfield, 58, WTC Judson Cavalier, 26, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Michael Joseph Cawley, 32, New York Fire Department, WTC Jason D. Cayne, 32, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Juan Armando Ceballos, 47, WTC Marcia G. Cecil-Carter, 34, Carr Futures, WTC Jason Cefalu, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Thomas J. Celic, 43, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Ana M. Centeno, 38, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc,. WTC Joni Cesta, 37, WTC John J. Chada, 55, U.S. Army, Pentagon Jeffrey M. Chairnoff, 35, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Swarna Chalasini, 33, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC William Chalcoff, 41, WTC Eli Chalouh, 23, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Charles Lawrence (Chip) Chan, 23, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Mandy Chang, 40, WTC Rosa Maria (Rosemary) Chapa, 64, Defense Intelligence Agency, Pentagon Mark L. Charette, 38, Marsh Inc., WTC David M. Charlebois, 39, American Airlines, AA Flight 77 Gregorio Manuel Chavez, 48, Windows on the World, WTC Pedro Francisco Checo, 35, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Douglas MacMillan Cherry, 38, Aon Corp. WTC Stephen Patrick Cherry, 41, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Vernon Paul Cherry, 49, New York Fire Department, WTC Nestor Chevalier, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Swede Joseph Chevalier, 26, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Alexander H. Chiang, 51, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Dorothy J. Chiarchiaro, 61, Fred Alger Management, WTC Luis Alfonso Chimbo, 39, Windows on the World, WTC Robert Chin, 33, Xerox Corp., WTC Wing Wai Ching, 29, UmeVoice, WTC Nicholas P. Chiofalo Jr., 39, New York Fire Department, WTC John Chipura, 39, New York Fire Department, WTC Peter A. Chirchirillo, 47, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Catherine E. Chirls, 47, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Kyung (Kaccy) Cho, 30, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Abul K. Chowdhury, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Mohammed Salahuddin Chowdhury, 38 Windows on the World, WTC Kirsten L. Christophe, 39 ,Aon Corp., WTC Pamela Chu, 31, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Steven Paul Chucknick, 44, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Wai-ching Chung, 36, UBS PaineWebber, WTC Christopher Ciafardini, 30, Fred Alger Management, WTC Alex F. Ciccone, 38, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Frances Ann Cilente, 26, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Elaine Cillo, 40, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Edna Cintron, 46, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Nestor Andre Cintron, 26, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Lt. Robert D. Cirri, 39, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Juan Pablo Alvarez Cisneros, 24, Cantor Fitzgerald,WTC Benjamin Keefe Clark, 39, Sodexho, WTC Eugene Clark, 47, Aon Corp., WTC Gregory A. Clark, 40, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Mannie Leroy Clark, 54, WTC Sarah M. Clark, 65, Backus Middle School (Washington), AA Flight 77 Thomas R. Clark, 37, Sandler O'Neill & Partners ,WTC Christopher Robert Clarke, 34, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Donna Clarke, 39, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Michael Clarke, 27, New York Fire Department, WTC Suria R.E. Clarke, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Kevin Francis Cleary, 38, Euro Brokers Inc,. WTC Jim Cleere, 55, Seabury & Smith Co., WTC Geoffrey W. Cloud, 36, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Susan M. Clyne, 42, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc,. WTC Steven Coakley, 36, New York Fire Department, WTC Jeffrey Coale, 31, Windows on the World, WTC Patricia A. Cody, 46, WTC Daniel Michael Coffey, 54, Guy Carpenter, WTC Jason Matthew Coffey, 25, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Florence Cohen, 62, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Kevin Sanford Cohen, 28, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Anthony Joseph Coladonato, 47, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Mark J. Colaio, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Stephen J. Colaio, 32, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Christopher M. Colasanti, 33, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Kevin Nathanie Colbert, 25, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods ,WTC Michel Paris Colbert, 39, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Keith Eugene Coleman, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Scott Thomas Coleman, 31, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Tarel Coleman, New York Fire Department, WTC Liam Joseph Colhoun, 34, Bank of America, WTC Robert D. Colin, 49, Aon Corp., WTC Robert J. Coll Jr., 35, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Jean Marie Collin, 42, Pfizer Inc., WTC John Michael Collins, 42, New York Fire Department, WTC Michael L. Collins, 38, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Thomas J. Collins, 36, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Joseph Collison, Kidder Peabody-Paine Webber, WTC Jeffrey Dwayne Collman, 41, American Airlines, AA Flight 11 Patricia Malia Colodner, 39, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Linda M. Colon, 46, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Soledi Colon, 39, Aon Corp., WTC Ronald Comer, 56, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Jaime Concepcion, 46, Windows on the World, WTC Albert Conde, 62, AIG, WTC Denease Conley, 44, Summit Security Services, WTC Susan Clancy Conlon, 41, Bank of America, WTC Margaret Mary Conner, 57, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Cynthia L. Connolly, 40, WTC John E. Connolly, 46, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC James Lee Connor, 38, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Jonathan (J.C.) Connors, 55, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Kevin P. Connors, 55, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Kevin Francis Conroy, 47, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Brenda E. Conway, 40, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc,. WTC Dennis Michael Cook, 33, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Helen D. Cook, 24, General Telecom, WTC Jeffrey W. Coombs, 42, Compaq, AA Flight 11 John A. Cooper, 40, SunGard Trading Systems/BRASS, WTC Julian T. Cooper, 39, WTC Joseph J. Coppo Jr,. 47, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Gerard J. Coppola, 46, WNET-TV, WTC Joseph A. Corbett, 28, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC John (Jay) J. Corcoran III, 43, Marine Engineers Beneficial Association District 1, UA Flight 175 Alejandro Cordero, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Robert Cordice, 2,8 New York Fire Department, WTC Ruben D. Correa, 44, New York Fire Department, WTC Danny A. Correa-Gutierrez, 25, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Georgine Rose Corrigan ,56, UA Flight 93 James Corrigan, 60, World Trade Center, WTC Carlos Cortes, 57, Washington Group International, WTC Kevin M. Cosgrove, 46, Aon Corp, WTC Dolores Marie Costa, 53, Fred Alger Management, WTC Digna Alexandra Costanza, 25, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Charles Gregory Costello Jr,. 46, Thyssen Kropp, WTC Michael S. Costello, 27, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Asia S. Cottom, 11, Backus Middle School (Washington), AA Flight 77
SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL
Conrod K.H. Cottoy Sr., 51, Carr Futures, WTC Martin Coughlan, 54, WTC Sgt. John Gerard Coughlin, 4,3 New York Police Department, WTC Timothy John Coughlin, 42, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC James E. Cove, 48, Aon Corp., WTC Andre Cox, 29, Forte Food Service, WTC Frederick John Cox Jr., 27, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC James Raymond Coyle, 26, New York Fire Department, WTC Michelle Coyle-Eulau, 38, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc, WTC Anne M. Cramer, 47, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Christopher S. Cramer, 34, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Lt. Cmdr. Eric Allen Cranford, 32, U.S. Navy, Pentagon Denise Crant, 46, Marsh USA, WTC James L. Crawford Jr., 33, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Robert James Crawford, 62, New York Fire Department, WTC Tara Kathleen Creamer, 30, TJX Co, AA Flight 11 Joanne Cregan, 32, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Lucia Crifasi, 51, American Express, WTC Lt. John Crisci, 48, New York Fire Department, WTC Daniel Hal Crisman, 25, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Dennis A. Cross, 60, New York Fire Department, WTC Helen Crossin-Kittle, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Kevin Raymond Crotty, 43, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Thomas G. Crotty, 42, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC John Crowe, 57, Aon Corp., WTC Welles Remy Crowther, 24, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Robert L. Cruikshank, 64, Carr Futures, WTC Francisco Cruz Sr., 47, Summit Security Services, WTC John Robert Cruz, 32, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Kenneth John Cubas, 48, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Thelma Cuccinello, 71, AA Flight 11 Richard Joseph Cudina, 46, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Neil James Cudmore, 38, Risk Waters Group, WTC Thomas Patrick Cullen III, 31, New York Fire Department, WTC Joan McConnell Cullinan, 47, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Joyce Cummings, 65, WTC Brian Thomas Cummins, 3,8 Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Michael J. Cunningham, 39, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Robert Curatolo, 31, New York, Fire Department, WTC Laurence Curia, 41, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Paul Dario Curioli, 53, FM Global, WTC Patrick Currivan, 52, AtosEuronext, AA Flight 11 Beverly Curry, 41, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Sgt. Michael Curtin, 45, New York Police Department, WTC Patricia Cushing, 69, UA Flight 93 Gavin Cushny, 47, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC James V. DeBlase, 45, Cantor Fitzgerald,
-DJohn D' Allara, 47, New York Police Department, WTC Vincent D'Amadeo, 36, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Jack L. D'Ambrosi Jr., 45, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Mary D'Antonio, 55, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Lt. Edward Alexander D'Atri, 38, New York Fire Department, WTC Michael D'Auria, 25, New York Fire Department, WTC Michael Jude D'Esposito, 32, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Manuel Da Mota, 43, Bronx Builders, WTC Caleb Arron Dack, 39, Encompys, WTC Carlos S. DaCosta, 41, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Jason Dahl, 43, United Airlines, UA Flight 93 Brian P. Dale, 43, Blue Capital Management, AA Flight 11 Thomas A. Damaskinos, 33, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Jeannine Marie Damiani-Jones, 28, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Patrick W. Danahy, 35, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Vincent G. Danz, 38, New York Police Department, WTC Dwight Donald Darcy, 55, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Elizabeth Ann Darling, 28, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Annette Andrea Dataram, 25, Windows on the World, WTC Lawrence Davidson, 51, Aon Corp., WTC Michael Allen Davidson, 27, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Scott Matthew Davidson, 33, New York Fire Department, WTC Titus Davidson, 55, Morgan Stanley, WTC Niurka Davila, 47, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Ada M. Davis, 57, U.S. Army, Pentagon Clinton Davis Sr., 38, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Wayne Terrial Davis, 29, Callixa WTC Anthony Richard Dawson, 32, WTC Calvin Dawson, 46, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Edward James Day, 45, New York Fire Department, WTC Ana Gloria Pocasangre de Barrera, 49, UA Flight 175 Jayceryll M. de Chavez, 24, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Emerita (Emy) De La Pena, 32, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Azucena de la Torre, 50, Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Frank A. De Martini, 49, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC William T. Dean, 35, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Robert J. DeAngelis Jr., 48, Washington Group International, WTC Thomas P. Deangelis, 51, New York Fire Department, WTC Dorothy Alma DeAraujo, 80, UA Flight 175 Tara Debek, 35, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC James Daniel Debeuneure, 58, Ketcham Elementary School (Washington), AA Flight 77 Anna Debin, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC
WTC Paul DeCola, 39, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Capt. Gerald Francis Deconto, 44, U.S. Navy, Pentagon Simon Dedvukaj, 26, ABM Industries, WTC Jason DeFazio, 29, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC David A. Defeo, 37, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Jennifer DeJesus, 23, Morgan Stanley, WTC Monique E. DeJesus, 28, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Nereida DeJesus, 30, Aon Corp., WTC Manuel Del Valle Jr., 32, New York Fire Department, WTC Donald A. Delapenha, 37, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Vito Joseph Deleo, 41, ABM Industries, WTC Danielle Delie, 47, WTC Joseph A. Della Pietra, 24, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Palmina Delli Gatti, 33, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Colleen Ann Deloughery, 41, Aon Corp., WTC Joseph Deluca, 52, Pfizer Inc., WTC Anthony Demas, 61, Aon Corp., WTC Martin DeMeo, 47, New York Fire Department, WTC Francis X. Deming, 47, Oracle Corp., WTC Carol K. Demitz, 49, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Kevin Dennis, 43, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Thomas F. Dennis, 43, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Jean C. DePalma, 42, Marsh USA, WTC Jose Nicholas DePena, 42, Windows on the World, WTC Robert Deraney, 43, WTC Michael DeRienzo, 37, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC David Paul DeRubbio, 38, New York Fire Department, WTC Jemal Legesse DeSantis, 28, WTC Christian D. DeSimone, 23, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Edward DeSimone III, 36, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Lt. Andrew Desperito, 44, New York Fire Department, WTC Cindy Ann Deuel, 28, Carr Futures, WTC Melanie Louise DeVere, 30, Risk Waters Group, WTC Jerry DeVito, 66, Fred Alger Management, WTC Robert P. Devitt Jr., 36, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Dennis Lawrence Devlin, 51, New York Fire Department, WTC Gerard Dewan, 35, New York Fire Department, WTC Simon Suleman Ali Kassamali Dhanani, 63, Aon Corp., WTC Michael L. DiAgostino, 41, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Lourdes Galletti Diaz, 32, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Matthew Diaz, 33, WTC Nancy Diaz, 28, Windows on the World, WTC Obdulio Ruiz Diaz, 44, Bronx Builders, WTC Michael Diaz-Piedra III, 49, Bank of New York, WTC Judith Berquis Diaz-Sierra, 32, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Patricia F. DiChiaro, 63, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC
SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL
Rodney Dickens, 11, Ketcham Elementary School (Washington), AA Flight 77 Lt. Col. Jerry Don Dickerson Jr,. 41, U.S. Army, Pentagon Joseph D. Dickey Jr., 50, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Lawrence Patrick Dickinson, 35, Harvey Young Yurman Inc., WTC John DiFato, 39, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Vincent F. DiFazio, 43, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Carl DiFranco, 27, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Donald J. DiFranco, 43, WABC-TV, WTC Eddie A. Dillard, Philip Morris, AA Flight 77 Debra Ann DiMartino, 36, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC David DiMeglio, 22, AA Flight 11 Stephen P. Dimino, 48, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC William J. Dimmling, 47, Marsh Inc., WTC Christopher Dincuff, 31, Carr Futures, WTC Jeffrey M. Dingle, 32, Encompys, WTC Anthony DiOnisio Jr., 38, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC George DiPasquale, 33, New York Fire Department, WTC Joseph DiPilato, 57, Petrocelli Electric, WTC Douglas Frank DiStefano, 24, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Donald Americo DiTullio, 49, Smith & Nephew Inc., AA Flight 11 Ramzi A. Doany, 35, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Johnnie Doctor Jr., 32, U.S. Navy, Pentagon Ramzi A. Doany, 35, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Johnnie Doctor Jr., 32, U.S. Navy, Pentagon John J. Doherty, 58, Aon Corp., WTC Melissa C. Doi, 32, IQ Financial Systems, WTC Brendan Dolan, 37, Carr Futures, WTC Capt. Robert Edward Dolan, 43, U.S. Navy, Pentagon Neil Dollard, 28, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC James Domanico, 56, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Benilda Pascua Domingo, 38, ABM Industries, WTC Alberto Dominguez, 66, Qantas Airways, AA Flight 11 Charles (Carlos) Dominguez, 34, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc,. WTC Geronimo (Jerome) Mark Patrick Dominguez, 37, New York Police Department, WTC Jacqueline Donovan, 34, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Lt. Kevin Donnelly, 43, New York Fire Department, WTC Cmdr. William Howard Donovan Jr., 37, U.S. Navy, Pentagon Stephen Dorf, 39, Euro Brokers Inc,. WTC Thomas Dowd, 37, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Lt. Kevin Dowdell, New York Fire Department, WTC Mary Yolanda Dowling, 46, Aon Corp, WTC Raymond M. Downey, 63, New York Fire Department, WTC Frank Joseph Doyle, 39, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Joseph M. Doyle, 25, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Randy Drake, 37, Siemens, WTC Patrick Joseph Driscoll, 70, Bell Communications, UA Flight 93 Stephen Patrick Driscoll, 38, New York Police Department, WTC Charles A. Droz III, 52 EM Solutions Inc., AA Flight 77 Mirna A. Duarte, 31, WTC Luke A. Dudek, 50, Windows on the World, WTC Christopher Michael Duffy, 23, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Gerard Duffy, 53, New York Fire Department, WTC Michael Joseph Duffy, 29, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Thomas W. Duffy, 52, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Antoinette Duger, 44, Wachovia Corp., WTC Sareve Dukat, 53, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Cmdr. Patrick S. Dunn, 39, U.S. Navy, Pentagon Christopher Joseph Dunne, 28, WTC Richard A. Dunstan, 54, Aon Corp,. WTC Patrick Thomas Dwyer, 37, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC World, WTC Christopher S. Epps, 29, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Ulf Ramm Ericson, 79, Washington Group International, WTC Erwin L. Erker, 41, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC William J. Erwin, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Sarah (Ali) Escarcega, 35, Risk Waters Group, WTC Jose Espinal, 31, WTC Fanny M. Espinoza, 29, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Brigette Ann Esposito, 34, WTC Francis Esposito, 32, New York Fire Department, WTC Lt. Michael Esposito, 43, New York Fire Department, WTC William Esposito, 51, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Ruben Esquilin Jr., 35, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Sadie Ette, 36, Windows on the World, WTC Barbara G. Etzold, 43, Fred Alger Management, WTC Eric Brian Evans, 31, Aon Corp., WTC Robert Evans, 36, New York Fire Department, WTC Meredith Emily June Ewart, 29, Aon Corp., WTC
-EJoseph Anthony Eacobacci, 26, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC John Bruce Eagleson, 53, The Westfield Group, WTC Edward Thomas Earhart, 26, U.S. Navy, Pentagon Robert D. Eaton, 37, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Dean P. Eberling, 44, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Margaret Ruth Echtermann, 33, Regus, WTC Paul Robert Eckna, 28, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Constantine (Gus) Economos, 41, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Barbara G. Edwards, 58, Palo Verde High School, AA Flight 77 Dennis Michael Edwards, 35, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Michael Hardy Edwards, 33, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Christine Egan, 55, Health Canada, WTC Lisa Egan, 31, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Capt. Martin Egan Jr., 36, New York Fire Department, WTC Michael Egan, 51, Aon Corp.,WTC Samantha Egan, 24, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Carole Eggert, 60, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Lisa Caren Weinstein Ehrlich, 36, Aon Corp., WTC John Ernst (Jack) Eichler, 69, Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft, WTC Eric Adam Eisenberg, 32, Aon Corp,. WTC Peter el-Hachem, 40, Teradyne, WTC Daphne F. Elder, 36, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Michael J. Elferis, 27, New York Fire Department, WTC Mark J. Ellis, 26, New York Police Department, WTC Valerie Silver Ellis, 46, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Albert Alfy William Elmarry, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Lt. Cmdr. Robert Randolph Elseth, 37, U.S. Navy, Pentagon Edgar H. Emery Jr,. 45, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Doris Suk-Yuen Eng, 30, Windows on the
-FCatherine K. Fagan, 58, WTC Patricia M. Fagan, 55, Aon Corp., WTC Keith G. Fairben, 2,4 New York Presbyterian Hospital, WTC Charles S. Falkenberg, 45, ECOlogic Corp., AA Flight 77 Dana Falkenberg, 3, AA Flight 77 Zoe Falkenberg, 8, AA Flight 77 Jamie Lynn Fallon, 23, U.S. Navy, Pentagon William Fallon, 38, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC William F. Fallon Jr., 53, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Anthony J. Fallone Jr., 39, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Dolores B. Fanelli, 38, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Robert John Fangman, 33, United Airlines, UA Flight 175 John Joseph Fanning, 54, New York Fire Department, WTC Kathleen (Kit) Faragher, 33, Janus Capital Corp, WTC Capt. Thomas Farino, 37, New York Fire Department, WTC Nancy Carole Farley, 45, Reinsurance Solutions Inc., WTC Paige Farley-Hackel, 46, AA Flight 11 Elizabeth Ann (Betty) Farmer, 62, WTC Douglas Farnum, 33, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC John G. Farrell, 32, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC John W. Farrell, 41, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Terrence Patrick Farrell, 45, New York Fire Department, WTC Capt. Joseph Farrelly, 47, New York Fire Department, WTC Thomas P. Farrelly, 54, Accenture, WTC Syed Abdul Fatha, 54, Pitney Bowes, WTC Christopher Faughnan, 37, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC
SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL
Wendy R. Faulkner, 47, Aon Corp., WTC Shannon M. Fava, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Bernard D. Favuzza, 52, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Robert Fazio Jr., 41, New York Police Department, WTC Ronald C. Fazio, 57, Aon Corp., WTC William Feehan, 72, New York Fire Department, WTC Francis J. (Frank) Feely, 41, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Garth E. Feeney, 28, Data Synapse, WTC Sean B. Fegan, 34, Fred Alger Management, WTC Lee S. Fehling, 28, New York Fire Department, WTC Peter Feidelberg, 34, Aon Corp., WTC Alan D. Feinberg, 48, New York Fire Department, WTC Rosa Maria Feliciano, 30, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Edward P. Felt, 41, BEA Systems, WTC Edward T. Fergus Jr., 40, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC George Ferguson, 54, Westfalia Investments, Inc., WTC James Joseph Ferguson, 39, National Geographic Society, AA Flight 77 Henry Fernandez, Windows on the World, WTC Judy H. Fernandez, 27, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Elisa Giselle Ferraina, 27, Risk Waters Group, WTC Anne Marie Sallerin Ferreira, 29, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Robert John Ferris, 63, Aon Corp., WTC David Francis Ferrugio, 46, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Louis V. Fersini Jr., 38, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Mike Ferugio, Aon Corp, WTC Bradley James Fetchet, 24, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Jennifer Louise Fialko, 29, Aon Corp., WTC Kristen Fiedel, 27, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Amelia V. Fields, 36, U.S. Army, Pentagon Samuel Fields, 36, Summit Security Services, WTC Alexander Milan Filipov, 70, AA Flight 11 Michael Bradley Finnegan, 37, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Timothy J. Finnerty, 33, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Michael Curtis Fiore, 46, New York Fire Department, WTC Stephen J. Fiorelli, 43, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Paul M. Fiori, 31, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC John Fiorito, 40, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Lt. John R. Fischer, 46, New York Fire Department, WTC Andrew Fisher, 42, Imagine Software Inc., WTC Bennett Lawson Fisher, 58, Fiduciary Trust Internationa,l WTC Gerald P. Fisher, 57, Booz-Allen & Hamilton Inc., Pentagon John Roger Fisher, 46, NanoTek, WTC Thomas J. Fisher, 36, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Lucy Fishman, 37, Aon Corp., WTC Ryan D. Fitzgerald, 26, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Thomas Fitzpatrick, 35, Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Richard P. Fitzsimons, 57, OCS Security, WTC Salvatore A. Fiumefreddo, 47, IPC Kleinknect Electric Co., WTC Darlene E. Flagg, 63, AA Flight 77 Wilson F. Flagg, 6,3 American Airlines, AA Flight 77 (Donovan) Christina Flannery, 26, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Eileen Flecha, 33, Fiduciary Trust, International WTC Andre G. Fletcher, 37, New York Fire Department, WTC Carl Flickinger, 38, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Matthew Michael Flocco, 21, U.S. Navy, Pentagon John Joseph Florio, 33, New York Fire Department, WTC Joseph W. Flounders, 46, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Carol Flyzik, 40, Meditech, AA Flight 11 David Fodor, 38, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Lt. Michael N. Fodor, 53, New York Fire Department ,WTC Steven Mark Fogel, 40, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Thomas Foley, 32, New York Fire Department, WTC Jane C. Folger, 73, UA Flight 93 David Fontana, 37, New York Fire Department, WTC Chih Min (Dennis) Foo, 40, WTC Del Rose Forbes-Cheatham, 48, Cantor, WTC Godwin Forde, 39, WTC Donald A. Foreman, 53, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Christopher Hugh Forsythe, 44, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Claudia Alicia Martinez Foster, 26, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Noel J. Foster, 40, Aon Corp., WTC Sandra N. Foster, 41, Defense Department, Pentagon Ana Fosteris, 58, WTC Robert J. Foti, 42, New York Fire Department , WTC Jeffrey L. Fox, 40, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Virginia Fox, 58, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Pauline Francis, 57, Forte Food Service, WTC Virgin (Lucy) Francis, 62, Windows on the World, WTC Gary J. Frank, 35, Aon Corp., WTC Morton Frank, 31, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Peter Christopher Frank, 29, Fred Alger Management, WTC Colleen Laura Fraser, 51, New Jersey Developmental Disabilities Council, UA Flight 93 Richard K. Fraser, 32, Aon Corp., WTC Kevin Joseph Frawley, 34, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Clyde Frazier Jr,. 41, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Lillian I. Frederick, 46, WTC Andrew Fredericks, 40, New York Fire Department, WTC Tamitha Freeman, 35, Aon Corp., WTC Brett O. Freiman, 29, WTC Lt. Peter L. Freund, 45, New York Fire Department, WTC Arlene E. Fried, 49, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Alan Wayne Friedlander, 52, Aon Corp., WTC Andrew K. Friedman, 44, Carr Futures, WTC Paul Friedman, 45, Emergence Consulting, AA Flight 11 Gregg J. Froehner, 46, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Lisa A. Frost, 22, UA Flight 175 Peter Christian Fry, 36, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Clement Fumando, 59, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Steven Elliot Furman, 40, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Paul James Furmato, 37, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Karleton D.B. Fyfe, 31, John Hancock, AA Flight 11
-GFredric Gabler, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC 1st Lt. (Ret.) Richard P. Gabriel Sr., 54, Stratin Consulting, AA Flight 77 Richard S. Gabrielle, 50, Aon Corp., WTC James Andrew Gadiel, 23, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Pamela Gaff, 51, Aon Corp., WTC Ervin Vincent Gailliard, 42, Summit Security Services, WTC Deanna L. Galante, 32, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Grace Galante, 29, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Anthony Edward Gallagher, 41, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Daniel James Gallagher, 23, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC John Patrick Gallagher, 31, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Cono E. Gallo, 30, Carr Futures, WTC Vincenzo Gallucci, 36, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Thomas Edward Galvin, 32, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Giovanna (Genni) Gambale, 27, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Thomas Gambino Jr., 48, New York Fire Department, WTC Giann F. Gamboa, 26, Top of the World Cafe, WTC Ronald Gamboa, 33, The Gap, UA Flight 175 Peter J. Ganci Jr., 55, New York Fire Department, WTC Claude Michael Gann, 41, Algorithmics, WTC Lt. Charles William Garbarini, 44, New York Fire Department, WTC Andrew Garcia, 62, UA Flight 93 Cesar Garcia, 36, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC David Garcia, 40, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Jorge Luis Morron Garcia, 38, Summit Security Services, WTC Juan Garcia, 50, Forte Food Service, WTC Marlyn C. Garcia, 21, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Christopher Gardner, 36, Aon Corp., WTC Douglas B. Gardner, 39, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Harvey J. Gardner III, 35, General Telecom, WTC Jeffrey B. Gardner, 36, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc, WTC Thomas Gardner, 39, New York Fire Department, WTC William Arthur Gardner, 45, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Francesco Garfi, 29, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC
SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL
Rocco Gargano, 28, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC James M. Gartenberg, 36, Julien J. Studley Inc., WTC Matthew David Garvey, 37, New York Fire Department, WTC Bruce Gary, 51, New York Fire Department, WTC Boyd A. Gatton, 38, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Donald Richard Gavagan Jr., 35, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Peter Alan Gay, 54, Raytheon Co., AA Flight 11 Terence D. Gazzani, 24, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Gary Geidel, New York Fire Department, WTC Paul Hamilton Geier, 36, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Julie M. Geis, 44, Aon Corp., WTC Peter Gelinas, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Steven Paul Geller, 52, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Howard G. Gelling Jr., 28, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Peter Victor Genco, 36, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Steven Gregory Genovese, 37, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Alayne F. Gentul, 44, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Linda M. George, 27, TJX Co., WTC Edward F. Geraghty, 45, New York Fire Department, WTC Suzanne Geraty, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Ralph Gerhardt, 33, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Robert J. Gerlich, 56, Reinsurance Solutions Inc., WTC Denis Germain, 33, New York Fire Department, WTC Marina R. Gertsberg, 25, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Susan M. Getzendanner, 57, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Capt. Lawrence Daniel Getzfred, 57, U.S. Navy, Pentagon James Gerard Geyer, 41, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Cortez Ghee, 54, U.S. Army, Pentagon Joseph M. Giaccone, 43, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Lt. Vincent Francis Giammona, 40, New York Fire Department, WTC Debra L. Gibbon, 43, Aon Corp., WTC James Giberson, 43, New York Fire Department, WTC Brenda C. Gibson, 59, U.S. Army, Pentagon Craig Neil Gibson, 37, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Ronnie Gies, 43, New York Fire Department, WTC Laura A. Giglio, 35, Alliance Consulting, WTC Andrew Clive Gilbert, 39, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Timothy Paul Gilbert, 35, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Paul Stuart Gilbey, 39, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Paul John Gill, 34, New York Fire Department, WTC Mark Y. Gilles, 33, WTC Evan H. Gillette, 40, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Ronald Gilligan, 43, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Sgt. Rodney Gillis, 33, New York Police Department WTC Laura Gilly, 32, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Lt. John F. Ginley, 37, New York Fire Department, WTC Donna Marie Giordano, 44, Aon Corp. WTC Jeffrey Giordano, 46, New York Fire Department, WTC John Giordano, New York Fire Department WTC Steven A. Giorgetti, 43, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc, WTC Martin Giovinazzo, 34, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc, WTC Kum-Kum Girolamo, 41, Aon Corp., WTC Salvatore Gitto, 44, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Cynthia Giugliano, 46, Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield, WTC Mon Gjonbalaj, 65, ABM Industries, WTC Dianne Gladstone, 55, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Keith Glascoe, 39, New York Fire Department, WTC Thomas I. Glasser, 40, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Edmund Glazer, 41, MRV Communications, AA Flight 11 Harry Glenn, 38, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Barry H. Glick, 55, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Jeremy Glick, 31, UA Flight 93 Steven Lawrence Glick, 42, Credit Suisse First Boston, WTC John T. Gnazzo, 32, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC William (Bill) Robert Godshalk, 35, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Michael Gogliormella, 43, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Brian Fredric Goldberg, 26, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Jeffrey Grant Goldflam, 48, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Michelle Herman Goldstein, 31, Aon Corp., WTC Monica Goldstein, 25, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Steven Goldstein, 35, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Ron F. Golinski, 60, U.S. Army, Pentagon Andrew H. Golkin, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Dennis James Gomes, 40, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Enrique Antonio Gomez, 42, Windows on the World, WTC Jose Bienvenido Gomez, 45, Windows on the World, WTC Manuel Gomez Jr., 42, Fuji Bank, WTC Wilder Gomez, 38, Windows on the World, WTC Jenine Gonzalez, 27, Aon Corp., WTC Mauricio Gonzalez, 27, WTC Rosa J. Gonzalez, 32, McKeon-Grano, WTC Lynn Catherine Goodchild, 25, Putnam Investments, UA Flight 175 Calvin J. Gooding, 38, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Peter Morgan Goodrich, 33, MKS, Inc., UA Flight 175 Harry Goody, 50, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Kiran Reddy Gopu, 24, University of Bridgeport (Conn.) and Marsh USA, WTC Catherine Carmen Gorayeb, 41, Random Walk Computing, WTC Lisa Reinhart Fenn Gordenstein, 41, TJX Co., AA Flight 11 Kerene Gordon, 43, Forte Food Service, WTC Sebastian Gorki, 27, Deutsche Bank, WTC Kieran Gorman, 35, Structure Tone, WTC Thomas E. Gorman, 41, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Michael Edward Gould, 29, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Douglas A. Gowell, 52, Avid Technologies, WTC Yuji Goya, 42, Mizuho Capital Markets, Corp., WTC Jon Grabowski, 33, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Christopher Michael Grady, 39, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Edwin John Graf III, 48, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC David M. Graifman, 40, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Gilbert Granados, 51, Aon Corp., WTC Lauren Grandcolas, 38, Good Housekeeping Magazine, UA Flight 93 Elvira Granitto, 43, Empire Blue Cross, WTC Winston Arthur Grant, 59, Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield, WTC Christopher Stewart Gray, 32, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Ian J. Gray, 55, McBee Associates, WTC James Michael Gray, 34, New York Fire Department, WTC Linda Mair Grayling, 44, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc,. WTC John Michael Grazioso, 41, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Timothy Grazioso, 42, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Andrew Peter Charles Curry Green, 34, eLogic, AA Flight 11 Derrick Arthur Green, 44, WTC Wade Brian Green, 42, Thomson Financial Services, WTC Wanda Anita Green, 49, United Airlines, UA Flight 93 Elaine Myra Greenberg, 56, Compaq, WTC Donald F. Greene, 52, Safe Flight Instrument Corp., UA Flight 93 Gayle R. Greene, 51, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc, WTC James Arthur Greenleaf Jr., 32, Carr Futures, WTC Eileen Marsha Greenstein, 52, Aon Corp, WTC Elizabeth (Lisa) Martin Gregg, 52, Fred Alger Management, WTC Denise Gregory, 39, Carr Futures, WTC Donald H. Gregory, 62, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Florence M. Gregory, 38, Aon Corp, WTC Pedro Grehan, 35, WTC John M. Griffin, 38, Silverstein Properties, WTC Tawanna Griffin, 30, Forte Food Service, WTC Joan D. Griffith, 39, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Warren Grifka, 54, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc, WTC Ramon Grijalvo, 58, Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield, WTC Joseph F. Grillo, 46, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC David Grimner, 51, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC The Rev. Francis E. Grogan, 76, Holy Cross Church, UA Flight 175 Linda Gronlund, 46, BMW, UA Flight 93
SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL
Kenneth Grouzalis, 56, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Joseph Grzelak, 52, New York Fire Department, WTC Matthew J. Grzymalski, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Robert Joseph Gschaar, 55, Aon Corp., WTC Liming Gu, 34, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Richard Jerry Guadagno, 38, Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge, UA Flight 93 Jose Guadalupe, 37, New York Fire Department, WTC Yan Zhu (Cindy) Guan, 25, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Geoffrey E. Guja, 47, New York Fire Department, WTC Lt. Joseph Gullickson, 37, New York Fire Department, WTC Babita Guman, 33, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Douglas B. Gurian, 38, Radianz WTC Philip T. Guza, 54, Aon Corp., WTC Barbara Guzzardo, 49, Aon Corp., WTC Peter Gyulavary, 44, Washington Group International, WTC Department, WTC Kevin James Hannaford, 32, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Michael L. Hannan, 34, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Dana Hannon, 29, New York Fire Department, WTC Christine Lee Hanson, 2, UA Flight 175 Peter Hanson, 32, TimeTrade, UA Flight 175 Sue Kim Hanson, 35, Boston University, UA Flight 175 Vassilios G. Haramis, 56, Washington Group International, WTC James A. Haran, 41, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Gerald F. Hardacre, 61, UA Flight 175 Jeffrey P. Hardy, 46, Forte Food Service, WTC Timothy John Hargrave, 38, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Daniel Harlin, 41, New York Fire Department, WTC Frances Haros, 76, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Lt. Harvey L. Harrell, 49, New York Fire Department, WTC Lt. Stephen Gary Harrell, 44, New York Fire Department, WTC Aisha Harris, 22, General Telecom, WTC Stewart D. Harris, 52, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC John Patrick Hart, 38, Franklin Templeton Investments, WTC Eric Samadikan Hartono, 20, UA Flight 175 John Clinton Hartz, 64, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Emeric J. Harvey, 56, Harvey Young Yurman Inc., WTC Capt. Thomas Theodore Haskell Jr., 37 New York Fire Department, WTC Timothy Haskell, 34, New York Fire Department, WTC Joseph John Hasson III, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Leonard William Hatton Jr., 45, Federal Bureau of Investigation, WTC Capt. Terence S. Hatton, 41, New York Fire Department, WTC Michael H. Haub, 34, New York Fire Department, WTC Timothy Aaron Haviland, 41, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Donald G. Havlish Jr., 53, Aon Corp., WTC Anthony Hawkins, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Nobuhiro Hayatsu, 36, Chuo Mitsui Trust and Banking Co,. WTC James E. Hayden, 47, Netegrity Inc., WTC Philip Hayes, 67, OCS Security, WTC Robert Jay Hayes, 38, Netstal, AA Flight 11 William Ward Haynes, 35, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Scott Hazelcorn, 29, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Lt. Michael K. Healey, 42, New York Fire Department, WTC Roberta Bernstein Heber, 60, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc,. WTC Charles Francis Xavier Heeran, 23, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC John Heffernan, 37, New York Fire Department, WTC Michele M. Heidenberger, 57, American Airlines, AA Flight 77 Sheila M.S. Hein, 51, U.S. Army, Pentagon Howard Joseph Heller Jr., 37, Carr Futures, WTC JoAnn L. Heltibridle, 46, Marsh & McLennan, Cos. Inc., WTC Ronald John Hemenway, 37, U.S. Navy, Pentagon Mark F. Hemschoot, 45, Aon Corp., WTC Ronnie Lee Henderson, 52, New York Fire Department, WTC Janet Hendricks, Aon Corp., WTC Brian Hennessey, 35, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Edward (Ted) R. Hennessy Jr., 35 Emergence Consulting, AA Flight 11 Michelle M. Henrique, 27, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Joseph P. Henry, 25, New York Fire Department, WTC William Henry, 49, New York Fire Department, WTC John Henwood, 35, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Robert Allan Hepburn, 39, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Mary (Molly) Herencia ,47, Aon Corp., WTC Lindsay Coates Herkness III, 58, Morgan Stanley, WTC Harvey Hermer, 59, Forest Electric Corp., WTC Claribel Hernandez, 31, Sybase, WTC Norberto Hernandez, 42, Windows on the World, WTC Raul Hernandez, 51, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Gary Herold, 44, Aon Corp., WTC Jeffrey A. Hersch, 53, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Thomas Hetzel, 33, New York Fire Department, WTC Lt. Timothy Higgins, 43, New York Fire Department, WTC Robert D. Higley II, 29, Aon Corp, WTC Todd Russell Hill, 34, QRS Corp., WTC Clara Victorine Hinds, 52, Windows on the World, WTC Neal Hinds, 28, Bank of New York, WTC Mark D. Hindy, 28, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Katsuyuki Hirai, 32, WTC Heather Malia Ho, 32, Windows on the World, WTC Tara Yvette Hobbs, 31, Aon Corp., WTC Thomas A. Hobbs, 41, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC James L. Hobin, 47, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Robert Wayne Hobson III, 36, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC DaJuan Hodges, 29, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Ronald George Hoerner, 58, Summit Security Services, WTC Patrick Aloysius Hoey, 53, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC John A. Hofer, 45, John's Sharpening Center, WTC Marcia Hoffman, 52, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Michele L. Hoffman, 27, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Stephen G. Hoffman, 36, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Frederick J. Hoffmann, 53, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Judith Florence Hofmiller, 53, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Maj. Wallace Cole Hogan Jr,. 40, U.S. Army, Pentagon Thomas Warren Hohlweck Jr,. 57, Aon Corp., WTC Jonathan R. Hohmann, 48, New York Fire Department, WTC
-HGary Robert Haag, 36, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Andrea Lyn Haberman, 25, Carr Futures, WTC Barbara M. Habib, 49, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Philip Haentzler, 49, Kidder PeabodyPaine Webber, WTC Nizam A. Hafiz, 32, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Karen Hagerty, 34, Aon Corp., WTC Steven Hagis, 31, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Mary Lou Hague, 26, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC David Halderman Jr., 40, New York Fire Department, WTC Maile Rachel Hale, 26, Boston Investor Services, WTC Diane M. Hale-McKinzy, 38, U.S. Army, Pentagon Richard Hall, 49, Aon Corp., WTC Stanley R. Hall, 68, Raytheon Co., AA Flight 77 Vaswald George Hall, 50, WTC Robert John Halligan, 59, Aon Corp., WTC Lt. Vincent Gerard Halloran, 43, New York Fire Department, WTC Carolyn B. Halmon, 49, U.S. Army, Pentagon James D. Halvorson, 56, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Mohammed Salman Hamdani, 23, Howard Hughes Medical Institute at Rockefeller University, WTC Felicia Hamilton, 62, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Robert Hamilton, 43, New York Fire Department, WTC Carl Max Hammond Jr., 37, MITRE corporation, UA Flight 175 Frederic Kim Han, 45, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Christopher James Hanley, 34, Radianz, WTC Sean Hanley, 35, New York Fire Department, WTC Valerie Joan Hanna, 57, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Thomas Hannafin, 36, New York Fire
SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL
Cora Hidalgo Holland, 52, Sudbury Food Pantry at Our Lady of Fatima Church, AA Flight 11 John Holland, 30, Windows on the World, WTC Joseph Francis Holland III, 32, Carr Futures, WTC Jimmie Ira Holley, 54, U.S. Army, Pentagon Elizabeth Holmes, 42, Euro Brokers Inc,. WTC Thomas P. Holohan Jr., 36, New York Fire Department, WTC Herbert W. Homer, 48, Defense Contract Management Agency, UA Flight 175 LeRoy Wilton Homer Jr., 36, United Airlines, UA Flight 93 Bradley Hoorn, 22, Fred Alger Management, WTC James P. Hopper, 52, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Montgomery McCullough Hord, 46, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Michael Horn, 27, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Matthew D. Horning, 26, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc,. WTC Robert L. Horohoe Jr,. 31, Cantor Fitzgerald,WTC Michael R. Horrocks, 38, United Airlines, UA Flight 175 Aaron Horwitz, 24, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Charles J. Houston, 42, Euro Brokers Inc, WTC Uhuru G. Houston, 32, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Angela M. Houtz, 27, U.S. Navy, Pentagon George Howard, 45, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Brady K. Howell, 26, U.S. Navy, Pentagon Michael C. Howell, 60, Fred Alger Management, WTC Steven L. Howell, 36, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Jennifer L. Howley, 34, Aon Corp, WTC Milagros Hromada, 35, Aon Corp, WTC Marian Hrycak, 56, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Steve Huczko, 44, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Kris R. Hughes, 30, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Melissa Harrington Hughes, 31, Slam Dunk Networks, WTC Paul R. Hughes, 38, Marsh USA, WTC Robert T. "Bobby" Hughes Jr., 23, Bank of America, WTC Thomas F. Hughes, 46, Colonial Art Decorators, WTC Timothy Robert Hughes, 43, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Susan Huie, 43, Compaq, WTC Mychal Lamar Hulse, 30, WTC John Nicholas Humber Jr., 60, Brae Burn Management, AA Flight 11 Kathleen (Casey) Hunt, 43, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC William C. Hunt, 32, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Joseph Hunter, 32, New York Fire Department ,WTC Peggie M. Hurt, 36, U.S. Army, Pentagon Robert Hussa, 51, Carr Futures, WTC Lt. Col. Stephen Neil Hyland Jr,. 45 U.S. Army, Pentagon Robert J. Hymel, 55, Pentagon, Pentagon Thomas E. Hynes, 28, Vestek division of Thomson Financial, WTC Capt. Walter Hynes ,46, New York Fire Department, WTC
-IJoseph Anthony Ianelli, 28, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Zuhtu Ibis, 25, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Jonathan Lee Ielpi, 29, New York Fire Department, WTC Michael Patrick Iken, 37, Euro Brokers Inc, WTC Daniel Ilkanayev, 36, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Capt. Frederick Ill Jr., 49, New York Fire Department ,WTC Abraham Nethanel Ilowitz, 51, Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., WTC Anthony P. Infante Jr., 47, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Louis S. Inghilterra, 45, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Christopher N. Ingrassia, 28, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Paul Innella, 33, Cantor Fitzgerald ,WTC Stephanie V. Irby, 38, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Douglas Irgang, 32, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Kristin A. Irvine-Ryan, 30, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Todd A. Isaac, 29, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Erik Hans Isbrandtsen, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Taizo Ishikawa, 50, Fuji Bank, WTC Waleed Iskandar, 34, Monitor Group, AA Flight 11 Aram Iskenderian Jr,. 41, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC John Iskyan, 41, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Kazushige Ito, 35, Fuji Bank, WTC Aleksandr Valeryerich Ivantsov, 23, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Sgt. Maj. Lacey B. Ivory, 43, U.S. Army, Pentagon
-JVirginia Jablonski, 49, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Bryan C. Jack, 48, Defense Department, AA Flight 77 Brooke Alexandra Jackman, 23, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Aaron Jacobs, 27, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Ariel Louis Jacobs, 29, Caplin Systems, WTC Jason Kyle Jacobs, 32, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Michael Grady Jacobs, 54, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Steven A. Jacobson, 53, WPIX-TV, WTC Steven D. Jacoby, 43, Metrocall Inc,. AA Flight 77 Ricknauth Jaggernauth, 58, NTX Interiors, WTC Jake Jagoda, 24, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Yudh V.S. Jain, 54, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Maria Jakubiak, 41, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc,. WTC Robert Adrien Jalbert, 61, Rogers Foam, UA Flight 175 Ernest James, 40, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Gricelda E. James, 44, WTC Mark Jardim, 39, WTC Amy N. Jarret, 28, United Airlines, UA Flight 175 Mohammed Jawara, 30, MAS Security, WTC Francois Jean-Pierre, 58, Windows on the World, WTC Maxima Jean-Pierre, 40, Forte Food
Service WTC Paul E. Jeffers, 39, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC John Charles Jenkins, 45, Charles River Associates, AA Flight 11 Joseph Jenkins Jr., 47, WTC Alan K. Jensen, 49, WTC Prem N. Jerath, 57, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Farah Jeudy, 32, Aon Corp., WTC Hweidar Jian, 42, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Eliezer Jimenez Jr., 38, Windows on the World ,WTC Luis Jimenez Jr., 25, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Charles Gregory John, 44, Royston and Zamani, WTC Nicholas John, 42, WTC Lt. Col. Dennis M. Johnson, 48, U.S. Army, Pentagon LaShawana Johnson, 27, General Telecom, WTC Scott M. Johnson, 26, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC William Johnston, 31, New York Fire Department, WTC Allison Horstmann Jones, 31, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Arthur Joseph Jones III, 37, Carr Futures, WTC Brian L. Jones, 44, IBM Global, WTC Charles E. Jones, 48, BAE Systems, AA Flight 11 Christopher D. Jones, 53, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Donald T. Jones, 39, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Donald W. Jones, 43, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Judith L. Jones, 53, U.S. Navy, Pentagon Linda Jones, 50, Aon Corp., WTC Mary S. Jones, 72, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Andrew Jordan, 35, New York Fire Department, WTC Robert Thomas Jordan, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Albert Joseph, 79, Morgan Stanley, WTC Ingeborg Joseph, 60, Rohde & Liesenfeld Shipping Agency, WTC Karl Henri Joseph, 25, New York Fire Department, WTC Jane Eileen Josiah, 47, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Lt. Anthony Jovic, 39, New York Fire Department, WTC Angel Luis Juarbe Jr., 35, New York Fire Department, WTC Karen Sue Juday, 52, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Ann Judge, 49, National Geographic Society, AA Flight 77 The Rev. Mychal Judge, 68, New York Fire Department, WTC Paul W. Jurgens, 47, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Thomas Edward Jurgens, 26, New York State Supreme Court, WTC
-KShashi Kiran L. Kadaba, 26, Wipro Technologies, WTC Gavkharoy Mukhometovna Kamardinova, 26, WTC Shari Kandell, 27, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Howard Lee Kane, 40, Windows on the World, WTC Jennifer Lynn Kane, 26, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Vincent D. Kane,
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37, New York Fire Department, WTC Joon Koo Kang, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Sheldon R. Kanter, 53, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Deborah H. Kaplan, 45, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Robin Kaplan, 33, TJX Co., AA Flight 11 Alvin Peter Kappelmann Jr., 57, Royal & SunAlliance ,WTC Charles Karczewski, 34, Aon Corp, WTC William A. Karnes, 37, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Douglas G. Karpiloff, 53, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Charles L. Kasper, 54, New York Fire Department, WTC Andrew Kates, 37, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC John Katsimatides, 31, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Sgt. Robert Kaulfers, 49, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Don Jerome Kauth Jr., 51, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Hideya Kawauchi, 36, Fuji Bank, WTC Edward T. Keane, 66, Hill International, WTC Richard M. Keane, 54, Marsh Inc. Wethersfield, WTC Lisa Kearney-Griffin, 35, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Karol Ann Keasler, 42, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Barbara Keating, 72, St. Theresa Catholic Church, AA Flight 11 Paul H. Keating, 38, New York Fire Department, WTC Leo Russell Keene III, 34, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Brenda Kegler, 49, U.S. Army, Pentagon Chandler R. Keller, 29, Boeing Co., AA Flight 77 Joseph J. Keller, 31, Marriott World Trade Center Hotel, WTC Peter Rodney Kellerman, 35, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Joseph P. Kellett, 37, Carr Futures, WTC Frederick H. Kelley, 57, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC James Joseph Kelly, 39, Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Joseph A. Kelly, 40, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Maurice Patrick Kelly, 41, National Acoustics Inc., WTC Richard John Kelly Jr., 50, New York Fire Department, WTC Thomas Michael Kelly, 41, Euro Brokers Inc, WTC Thomas Richard Kelly, 38, New York Fire Department, WTC Thomas W. Kelly, 51, New York Fire Department, WTC Timothy C. Kelly, 37, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC William Hill Kelly Jr., 30, Bloomberg L.P., WTC Robert C. (Bob) Kennedy, 55, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Thomas J. Kennedy, 36, New York Fire Department, WTC Yvonne E. Kennedy, 62, Australian Red Cross, AA Flight 77 John Keohane, 41, Zurich American Insurance, WTC Ralph Francis Kershaw, 52, UA Flight 175 Lt. Ronald T. Kerwin, 42, New York Fire Department, WTC Howard L. Kestenbaum, 56, Aon Corp, WTC Douglas D. Ketcham, 27, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Ruth E. Ketler, 42, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Boris Khalif, 30, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Norma Cruz Khan, 45, Plumbing-HeatingCooling Contractors-National Association, AA Flight 77 Sarah Khan, 32, Forte Food Service, WTC Taimour Firaz Khan, 29, Carr Futures, WTC Rajesh Khandelwal, 33, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC SeiLai Khoo, 38, Fred Alger Management, WTC Michael Kiefer, 26, New York Fire Department, WTC Satoshi Kikuchihara, 43, WTC Andrew Jay-Hoon Kim, 26, Fred Alger Management, WTC Lawrence Don Kim, 31, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Mary Jo Kimelman, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Heinrich Kimmig, 43, BCT Technology AG (Germany), UA Flight 175 Karen Ann Kincaid, 40, Wiley Rein & Fielding (Washington), AA Flight 77 Amy R. King, 29, United Airlines, UA Flight 175 Andrew Marshall King, 42, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Lucille T. King, 59, Aon Corp., WTC Robert King Jr., 36, New York Fire Department, WTC Lisa M. King-Johnson, 34, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Brian Kinney, 29, PricewaterhouseCoopers, UA Flight 175 Takashi Kinoshita, 46, Mizuho Capital Markets Corp,WTC Chris Michael Kirby, 21, WTC Howard (Barry) Kirschbaum, 53, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc, WTC Glenn Davis Kirwin 40 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Richard J. Klares, 59, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Peter A. Klein, 35, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Alan D. Kleinberg, 39, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Karen J. Klitzman, 38, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Ronald Philip Kloepfer, 39, New York Police Department, WTC Andrew Knox, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Thomas Patrick Knox, 31, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Yevgeny Knyazev, 46, Windows on the World, WTC Rebecca Lee Koborie, 48, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Deborah Kobus, 36, Chuo Mitsui Trust and Banking Company, WTC Gary Edward Koecheler, 57, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Frank J. Koestner, 48, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Ryan Kohart, 26, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Vanessa Lynn Kolpak, 21, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Irina Kolpakova,37, Harris Beach LLP, WTC Suzanne Kondratenko, 27, Keane Consulting Group, WTC Abdoulaye Kone, 37, Windows on the World, WTC Bon-seok Koo, 32, LG Insurance Co., WTC Dorota Kopiczko, 26, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Scott Kopytko, 32, New York Fire Department, WTC Bojan Kostic, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Danielle Kousoulis, 29, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC David Kovalcin, 42, Raytheon Co., AA Flight 11 John J. Kren, 52, WTC William Krukowski, 36, New York Fire Department, WTC Lyudmila Ksido, 46, Accenture, WTC Toshiya Kuge, 20, UA Flight 93 Shekhar Kumar, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald ,WTC Kenneth Kumpel, 42, New York Fire Department, WTC Frederick Kuo Jr., 53, Washington Group International, WTC Patricia Kuras, 42, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Nauka Kushitani, 44, FiduciaryTrust International, WTC Thomas Kuveikis, New York, Fire Department, WTC Victor Kwarkye, 35, Windows on the World WTC Kui Fai Kwok, 31, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Angela R. Kyte, 49, Marsh USA, WTC
-LKathryn L. LaBorie, 44, United Airlines, UA Flight 175 Amarnauth Lachhman, 42, PM Contracting, WTC Andrew LaCorte, 61, Carr Futures, WTC Ganesh K. Ladkat, 27, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC James P. Ladley, 41, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Joseph A. Lafalce, 54, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Jeanette LaFond-Menichino, 49, WTC David LaForge, 50, New York Fire Department, WTC Michael Patrick LaForte, 39, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Alan Lafranco, 43, Windows on the World, WTC Juan Lafuente, 61, Citibank, WTC Neil K. Lai, 59, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Vincent A. Laieta, 31, Aon Corp, WTC William David Lake, 44, New York Fire Department, WTC Franco Lalama, 45, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Chow Kwan Lam, 48, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Lt. Michael Scott Lamana, 31, U.S. Navy, Pentagon Stephen LaMantia, 38, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Amy Hope Lamonsoff, 29, Risk Waters Group, WTC Robert T. Lane, 28, New York Fire Department, WTC Brendan M. Lang, 30, Structure Tone, WTC Rosanne P. Lang, 42, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Venessa Langer, 29, Regus, WTC Mary Lou Langley, 53, Aon Corp, WTC Peter J. Langone, 41, New York Fire Department, WTC
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Thomas Langone 39 New York Police Department WTC Michele B. Lanza, 36, Fiduciary Trust Internationa,l WTC Ruth Sheila Lapin, 53, Baseline Financial Services WTC Carol Ann LaPlante, 59, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc,. WTC Ingeborg Astrid Desiree Lariby, 42, Regus, WTC Robin Larkey, 48, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Judy Larocque, 50, Market Perspectives, AA Flight 11 Christopher Randall Larrabee, 26, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Hamidou S. Larry, 37, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Scott Larsen, New York Fire Department, WTC John Adam Larson, 37, Aon Corp, WTC Natalie Janis Lasden, 46, General Electric, AA Flight 11 Gary E. Lasko 49 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Nicholas C. Lassman, 28, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Paul Laszczynski, 49, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Jeffrey Latouche, 49, Windows on the World, WTC Charles Laurencin, 61, Morgan Stanley, WTC Stephen James Lauria, 39, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Maria Lavache, 60, WTC Denis F. Lavelle, 42, Syncorp, WTC Jeannine M. LaVerde, 36, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Anna A. Laverty, 52, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Steven Lawn, 28, WTC Robert A. Lawrence, 41, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Nathaniel Lawson, 61, Forte Food Service, WTC David W. Laychak, 40, U.S. Army, Pentagon Eugen Lazar, 27, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC James Patrick Leahy, 38, New York Police Department, WTC Lt. Joseph Gerard Leavey, 45, New York Fire Department, WTC Neil Leavy, 34, New York Fire Department, WTC Robert George LeBlanc, 70, University of New Hampshire, WTC Leon Lebor, 51, ABM Industries, WTC Kenneth Charles Ledee, 38, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Alan J. Lederman, 43, Aon Corp., WTC Elena Ledesma, 36, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Alexis Leduc, 45, WTC Daniel John Lee, 34, Backstreet Boys, AA Flight 11 David S. Lee, 37, Fiduciary Trust ,International, WTC Dong Chul Lee, 48, Boeing Co., AA Flight 77 Gary H. Lee, 62, Cantor Fitzgerald, WYV Hyun-joon (Paul) Lee, 32, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Juanita Lee 44, Aon Corp., WTC Kathryn Blair Lee, 55, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Linda C. Lee ,34, Jennison Associates, WTC Lorraine Lee, 37, Aon Corp, WTC Myung-woo Lee, 41, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Richard Y.C. Lee, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Stuart (Soo-Jin) Lee, 30, Data Synapse, WTC Yang Der Lee, 63, Windows on the World, WTC Stephen Lefkowitz, 50, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Adriana Legro, 32, Carr Futures, WTC Edward J. Lehman, 41, Aon Corp., WTC Eric Andrew Lehrfeld, 32, Random Walk Computing, WTC David Ralph Leistman, 43, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC David P. LeMagne, 27, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Joseph A. Lenihan, 41, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC John J. Lennon Jr,. 44, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC John Robinson Lenoir, 38, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Jorge Luis Leon, 43, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Matthew Gerard Leonard, 38, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Michael Lepore, 39, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Charles Antoine Lesperance, 55, New York State Department of Transportation, WTC Jeffrey Earle LeVeen, 55, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC John D. Levi, 50, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Alisha Caren Levin, 33, Fuji Bank, WTC Neil D. Levin, 47, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Robert Levine, 56, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Robert M. Levine, 66, Baseline Financial Services, WTC Shai Levinhar, 29, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Daniel C. Lewin, 31, Akamai Technologies, WTC Adam J. Lewis, 36, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Jennifer Lewis, 38, American Airlines, AA Flight 77 Kenneth E. Lewis, 49, American Airlines, AA Flight 77 Margaret Susan Lewis, 49, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Ye Wei Liang, 27, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Orasri Liangthanasarn 26 Windows on the World WTC Daniel F. Libretti, 43, New York Fire Department, WTC Ralph M. Licciardi, 30, P.E. Stone Inc., WTC Edward Lichtschein, 35, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Samantha Lightbourn-Allen, 36, U.S. Army ,Pentagon Steven B. Lillianthal 38 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Carlos R. Lillo, 37, New York Fire Department ,WTC Craig Damian Lilore, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Arnold A. Lim, 28, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Darya Lin 32, Keane Consulting Group, WTC Weirong Lin, 31, Frank W.Lin & Co., WTC Nickie L. Lindo, 31, WTC Thomas V. Linehan Jr,. 39, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc, WTC Robert Thomas Linnane, 33, New York Fire Department, WTC Alan Linton, 26, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Diane Theresa Lipari, 42, Carr Futures, WTC Kenneth P. Lira, 28, Genuity, WTC Francisco Alberto Liriano, 33, WTC Lorraine Lisi, 44, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Paul Lisson, 45, Pitney Bowes, WTC Vincent Litto, 52, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Ming-Hao Liu, 41, Washington Group International, WTC Nancy Liz, 39, Aon Corp,. WTC Harold Lizcano, 31, Carr Futures, WTC Martin Lizzul, 31, Krestrel Technologies, WTC George A. Llanes, 33, Carr Futures, WTC Elizabeth Claire Logler, 31, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Catherine Lisa Loguidice, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Jerome Robert Lohez, 30, Empire Blue Cross and Blue Shield, WTC Michael W. Lomax, 37, Aon Corp., WTC Maj. Stephen V. Long, 39, U.S. Army, Pentagon Laura M. Longing, 35, Marsh USA, WTC Salvatore Lopes, 40, Sandler O'Neil & Partners, WTC Daniel Lopez, 39, Carr Futures, WTC George Lopez, 40, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Luis Lopez, 38, WTC Maclovio Lopez Jr., 41, Spiniello Co., WTC Manuel L. Lopez, 54, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc,. WTC Joseph Lostrangio, 48, WTC Chet Louie, 45, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Stuart Seid Louis, 43, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Joseph Lovero, 60, Jersey City Fire Department, WTC Sara Elizabeth Low, 28, American Airlines, AA Flight 11 Michael W. Lowe, 48, Liberty Electrical Supply Inc., WTC Garry Lozier, 47, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC John Peter Lozowsky, 45, Marsh & McLennan, WTC Charles Peter Lucania, 34, P.E. Stone Inc., WTC Edward (Ted) H. Luckett II, 40, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Mark G. Ludvigsen, 32, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Lee Charles Ludwig, 49, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Sean Thomas Lugano, 28, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Daniel Lugo, 45, Summit Security Services, WTC Marie Lukas, 32, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC William Lum Jr., 45, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Michael P. Lunden, 37, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Christopher Lunder, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Anthony Luparello, 62, ABM Industries, WTC Gary Lutnick, 36, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Linda Luzzicone, 33, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Alexander Lygin, 28, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC CeeCee Lyles, 33, United Airlines ,UA Flight 93
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Farrell Peter Lynch, 39, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC James Francis Lynch, 47, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC James T. Lynch, 55, U.S. Navy, Pentagon Louise A. Lynch, 58, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Michael Lynch ,34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Michael F. Lynch, New York Fire Department, WTC Richard Dennis Lynch Jr, 30, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Robert H. Lynch, 44, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Sean Lynch, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Sean P. Lynch, 36, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Terence M. Lynch, 49, Booz-Allen & Hamilton Inc,. WTC Monica Lyons, 53, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc,. WTC Nehamon Lyons IV, 30, U.S. Navy, Pentagon Patrick Lyons, New York Fire Department, WTC Cos. Inc., WTC Sara Elizabeth Manley, 31, Fred Alger Management Debra M. Mannetta, 31, Carr Futures, WTC Marion Victoria (vickie) Manning, 27, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Terence J. Manning, 36, ARC Partners, WTC James Maounis, 42, WTC Alfred Gilles Padre Joseph Marchand, 44, United Airlines, UA Flight 175 Joseph Marchbanks Jr., 47, New York Fire Department, WTC Hilda Marcin, 79, UA Flight 93 Peter Edward Mardikian, 29, Imagine Software Inc., WTC Edward Joseph Mardovich, 42, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Lt. Charles Joseph Margiotta, 44, New York Fire Department, WTC Louis Neil Mariani, 59, UA Flight 175 Kenneth Joseph Marino, 40, New York Fire Department, WTC Lester Vincent Marino, 57, Forest Electric Corp., WTC Vita Marino, 49, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Kevin D. Marlo, 28, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Jose J. Marrero, 32, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC John Marshall, 35, New York Fire Department, WTC Shelley A. Marshall, 37, Defense Intelligence Agency, Pentagon James Martello, 41, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Michael A. Marti, 26, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Karen A. Martin, 40, American Airlines, AA Flight 11 Lt. Peter Martin, 43, New York Fire Department, WTC Teresa M. Martin, 45, U.S. Army, Pentagon William J. Martin Jr., 35, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Brian E. Martineau, 37, Aon Corp., WTC Betsy Martinez, 33, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Edward J. Martinez, 60, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Jose Martinez, 49, Forest Electric Corp., WTC Robert Gabriel Martinez, 24, Summit Security Services, WTC Waleska Martinez Rivera ,38, U.S. Census Bureau, UA Flight 93 Lizie Martinez-Calderon, 32, Aon Corp., WTC Lt. Paul Richard Martini, 37, New York Fire Department, WTC Joseph A. Mascali, 44, New York Fire Department, WTC Bernard Mascarenhas, 54, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Stephen F. Masi, 55, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Ada L. Mason-Acker, 50, U.S. Army, Pentagon Nicholas G. Massa, 65, Aon Corp., WTC Patricia A. Massari, 25, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc,. WTC Michael Massaroli, 38, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Philip W. Mastrandrea Jr., 42, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Rudolph Mastrocinque, 43, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Joseph Mathai, 49, Cambridge Technology Partners, WTC Charles William Mathers, 61, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC William A. Mathesen, 40, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Marcello Matricciano, 31, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Margaret Elaine Mattic, 51, General Telecom, WTC Lt. Col. Dean E. Mattson, 57, U.S. Army, Pentagon Robert D. Mattson, 54, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Walter Matuza, 39, Carr Futures, WTC Lt. Gen. Timothy J. Maude, 53, U.S. Army, Pentagon Charles A. (Chuck) Mauro Jr., 65, Aon Corp, WTC Charles J. Mauro, 38, Windows on the World, WTC Dorothy Mauro, 55, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Nancy T. Mauro, 51, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Nancy T. Mauro, 51, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., Pentagon Robert J. Maxwell, 53, U.S. Army, AA Flight 77 Tyrone May, 44, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Keithroy Maynard, 30, New York Fire Department, WTC Robert J. Mayo, 46, OCS Security, WTC Kathy Nancy, Mazza-Delosh, 46, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Edward Mazzella Jr., 62, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Jennifer Mazzotta, 23, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Kaaria Mbaya, 39, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC James J. McAlary Jr., 42, Carr Futures, WTC Brian McAleese, 36 New York Fire Department WTC Patricia A. McAneney, 50, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Colin Richard McArthur, 52, Aon Corp., WTC John McAvoy, 47, New York Fire Department, WTC Kenneth M. McBrayer, 49, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Brendan McCabe, 40, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Michael J. McCabe, 42, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Thomas McCann, 46, New York Fire Department, WTC Justin McCarthy, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Kevin M. McCarthy, 42, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Michael Desmond McCarthy, 33, Carr Futures, WTC Robert Garvin McCarthy, 33, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Stanley McCaskill, 47, Advantage Security, WTC Katie Marie McCloskey, 25, Marsh Inc., WTC Tara McCloud-Gray, 30, General Telecom, WTC Juliana Valentine McCourt, 4, UA Flight 175 Ruth Magdaline McCourt, 45, Clifford Classique, UA Flight 175 Charles Austin McCrann, 55, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Tonyell McDay, 25, Marsh Inc., WTC
-MRobert Francis Mace, 43, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Marianne MacFarlane, 34, United Airlines, UA Flight 175 Jan Maciejewski, 37, Windows on the World/Julien J. Studley Inc,. WTC Susan A. MacKay, 44, TJX Co., AA Flight 11 Catherine Fairfax MacRae, 23, Fred Alger Management, WTC Richard B. Madden, 35, Aon Corp., WTC Simon Maddison, 40, WTC Noell Maerz, 29, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Jeannieann Maffeo, 40, UBS PaineWebber, WTC Joseph Maffeo, 30, New York Fire Department, WTC Jay Robert Magazine, 48, Windows on the World, WTC Brian Magee, 52, Compaq, WTC Charles Wilson Magee, 51, Silverstein Properties, WTC Joseph Maggitti, 47, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc,. WTC Ronald E. Magnuson, 57, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Daniel L. Maher, 50, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Thomas Anthony Mahon, 37, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC William Mahoney, 38, New York Fire Department, WTC Joseph Maio, 32, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Takashi Makimoto, 49, Fuji Bank, WTC Abdu Malahi, 37, WTC, Marriott, WTC Debora Maldonado, 47, WTC Myrna T. Maldonado-Agosto, 49, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Alfred R. Maler, 39, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Gregory James Malone, 42, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Edward Francis (Teddy) Maloney III, 32, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Joseph E. Maloney, 46, New York Fire Department, WTC Gene E. Maloy, 41, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Christian Maltby, 37, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Francisco Miguel (Frank) Mancini, 26, Bronx Builders, WTC Joseph Mangano, 53, Marsh & McLennan
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Matthew T. McDermott, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Joseph P. McDonald, 43, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Brian G. McDonnell, 38, New York Police Department, WTC Michael McDonnell, 34, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC John F. McDowell Jr., 33, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Eamon J. McEneaney, 46, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC John Thomas McErlean, 39, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Katherine (Katie) McGarry-Noack, 30, Telekurs USA, WTC Daniel F. McGinley, 40, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, WTC Mark McGinly, 26, Carr Futures, WTC Lt. William E. McGinn, 43, New York Fire Department, WTC Thomas H. McGinnis, 41, Carr Futures, WTC Michael Gregory McGinty, 42, Marsh Inc, WTC Ann McGovern, 68, Aon Corp., WTC Scott Martin McGovern, 35, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC William J. McGovern, 49, New York Fire Department, WTC Stacey S. McGowan, 38, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Francis Noel McGuinn, 48, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Thomas F. McGuinness Jr., 42, American Airlines, AA Flight 11 Patrick J. McGuire, 40, Euro Brokers Inc, WTC Thomas McHale, 33, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Keith McHeffey, 31, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Ann M. McHugh, 35, Euro Brokers Inc,. WTC Denis J. McHugh III, 36, Euro Brokers Inc.,WTC Dennis P. McHugh, 34, New York Fire Department, WTC Michael Edward McHugh Jr,. 35, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Robert G. McIlvaine, 26, Merrill Lynch, WTC Donald James McIntyre, 38, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Stephanie McKenna, 45, Reinsurance Solutions Inc., WTC Molly L. McKenzie, 38, U.S. Army, Pentagon Barry J. McKeon, 47, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Evelyn C. McKinnedy, 60, WTC Darryl Leron McKinney, 26, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC George Patrick McLaughlin Jr. 36 Carr Futures WTC Robert C. McLaughlin Jr,. 29, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Gavin McMahon, 35, Aon Corp., WTC Robert Dismas McMahon, 35, New York Fire Department, WTC Edmund M. McNally, 41, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Daniel McNeal, 29, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Walter Arthur McNeil, 53, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, WTC Jaselliny McNish, 37, WTC Christine Sheila McNulty, 42, Accenture, WTC Sean Peter McNulty, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Robert William McPadden, 30, New York Fire Department, WTC Terence A. McShane, 37, New York Fire Department, WTC Timothy Patrick McSweene,y 37, New York Fire Department, WTC Martin E. McWilliams, 35, New York Fire Department, WTC Rocco A. Medaglia, 49, G.M.P. Inc., WTC Abigail Medina, 46, WTC Anna Medina, 39, WTC Deborah Medwig, 46, NSTar, WTC Damian Meehan, 32, Carr Futures, WTC Alok Kumar Mehta, 23, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Raymond Meisenheimer, 46, New York Fire Department, WTC Manuel Emilio Mejia, 54, Windows on the World, WTC Eskedar Melaku, 31, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Antonio Melendez, 30, Windows on the World, WTC Mary Melendez, 44, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Christopher D. Mello, 25, Alta Communications, WTC Yelena Melnichenko 28 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Stuart Todd Meltzer, 32, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Diarelia Jovannah Mena, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Dora Marie Menchaca, 45, Amgen Inc., WTC Charles Mendez, 38, New York Fire Department, WTC Lizette Mendoza, 33, Aon Corp., WTC Shevonne Mentis, 25, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Wolfgang Menzel, 60, BCT Technology AG (Germany), UA Flight 175 Steve Mercado, 38, New York Fire Department, WTC Wesley Mercer, 70, Morgan Stanley, WTC Ralph Joseph Mercurio, 47, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Alan H. Merdinger, 47, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC George C. Merino, 39, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Yamel Merino, 24, Metrocare, WTC George Merkouris, 35, Carr Futures, WTC Deborah Merrick, 45, WTC Raymond J. Metz III, 37, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Jill A. Metzler, 32, Aon Corp., WTC David R. Meyer, 57, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Nurul Huq Miah, 35, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC William Edward Micciulli, 30, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Martin Paul Michelstein, 57, WTC Patricia E. (Patti) Mickley, 41, Defense Department, Pentagon Luis Clodoaldo Revilla Mier, 54 Washington Group International, WTC Maj. Ronald D. Milam, 33, U.S. Army, Pentagon Peter T. Milano, 43, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Gregory Milanowycz, 25, Aon Corp., WTC Lukasz T. Milewski, 21, Forte Food Service, WTC Corey Peter Miller, 34, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Craig James Miller, 29, WTC Douglas C. Miller, 34, New York Fire Department, WTC Henry Miller Jr,. 52, New York Fire Department, WTC Joel Miller, 55, WTC Michael Matthew Miller, 39, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Nicole Miller, 21, West Valley College, UA Flight 93 Phillip D. Miller, 53, Aon Corp., WTC Robert Alan Miller, 46, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Robert C. Miller Jr., 55, Aon Corp., WTC Benjamin Millman, 40, WTC Charles M. Mills Jr., 61, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Ronald Keith Milstein, 54, WTC Robert Minara, 54, New York Fire Department, WTC William G. Minardi, 46, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Louis Joseph Minervino, 54, Marsh USA, WTC Wilbert Miraille, 29, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Domenick Mircovich, 40, Euro Brokers, Inc. WTC Rajesh A. Mirpuri, 30, Data Synapse, WTC Joseph Mistrulli, 47, Bronx Builders, WTC Susan Miszkowicz, 37, WTC Lt. Paul Thomas Mitchell, 46, New York Fire Department, WTC Richard Miuccio, 55, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, WTC Jeffrey Peter Mladenik, 43, eLogic, WTC Frank V. Moccia Sr., 57, Washington Group International, WTC Capt. Louis Joseph Modafferi, 45, New York Fire Department, WTC Boyie Mohammed, 50, Carr Futures, WTC Lt. Dennis Mojica, 50, New York Fire Department, WTC Manuel Mojica, 37, New York Fire Department, WTC Kleber Rolando Molina, 44, Fiduciary Trust, WTC Manuel Dejesus Molina, 31, ABM Industries, WTC Carl Molinaro, 32, New York Fire Department, WTC Justin J. Molisani Jr., 42, Euro Brokers Inc., WTC Brian Patrick Monaghan, 21, WTC Franklin Monahan, 45, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC John G. Monahan, 47, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Kristen Montanaro, 34, Marsh & McLennan, Cos. Inc., WTC Craig D. Montano, 38, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC Michael Montesi, 39, New York Fire Department, WTC Carlos Alberto Montoya, 36, AA Flight 11 Antonio Jesus Montoya Valdes, 46, Boston Harbor Hotel, AA Flight 11 Cheryl A. Monyak, 43, Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., WTC Capt. Thomas Moody, 45, New York Fire Department, WTC Sharon Moore, 37, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, WTC Krishna Moorthy 59 Fiduciary Trust International WTC Laura Lee Morabito, 34, Qantas Airways, AA Flight 11 Abner Morales, 37, Fiduciary Trust International, WTC Carlos Morales 29, Cantor Fitzgerald, WTC
SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL
Paula Morales, 42, Aon Corp. ,WTC Gerard (Jerry) P. Moran, 39, U.S. Navy Pentagon John Moran, 43, New York Fire Department, WTC John Christopher Moran 38 Accenture WTC Kathleen Moran 42 Zurich American Insurance WTC Lindsay S. Morehouse 24 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC George Morell 47 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Steven P. Morello 52 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Vincent S. Morello 34 New York Fire Department WTC Yvette Nicole Moreno 25 Carr Futures WTC Dorothy Morgan 47 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Richard Morgan 63 WTC Nancy Morgenstern 32 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Sanae Mori 27 Nomura Research Institute Ltd. WTC Blanca Morocho 26 Windows on the World WTC Leonel Morocho 36 Windows on the World WTC Dennis G. Moroney 39 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Lynne Irene Morris 22 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Odessa V. Morris 54 U.S. Army Pentagon Seth A. Morris 35 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Stephen Philip Morris 31 WTC Christopher M. Morrison 34 Zurich Scudder Investments WTC Ferdinand V. Morrone 63 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC William David Moskal 50 Marsh USA WTC Brian Anthony Moss 34 U.S. Navy Pentagon Marco Motroni Sr. 57 Carr Futures WTC Iouri A. Mouchinski 55 self-employed WTC Jude J. Moussa 35 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Peter C. Moutos 44 Marsh USA WTC Damion Mowatt 21 Forte Food Service WTC Teddington H. Moy 48 U.S. Army Pentagon Christopher Mozzillo 27 New York Fire Department WTC Stephen V. Mulderry 33 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Richard Muldowney Jr. 40 New York Fire Department WTC Michael D. Mullan 34 New York Fire Department WTC Dennis Michael Mulligan 32 New York Fire Department WTC Peter James Mulligan 28 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Michael Joseph Mullin 27 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC James Donald Munhall 45 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Nancy Muniz 45 WTD Carlos Mario Munoz 43 Windows on the World WTC Theresa (Terry) Munson 54 Aon Corp. WTC Robert M. Murach 45 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Cesar Augusto Murillo 32 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Marc A. Murolo 28 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Brian Joseph Murphy 41 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Charles Murphy 38 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Christopher W. Murphy 35 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Edward C. Murphy 42 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC James F. Murphy IV 30 Thomson Financial Services WTC James Thomas Murphy 35 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Kevin James Murphy 40 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Lt. Cmdr. Patrick Jude Murphy 38 U.S. Navy Pentagon Patrick Sean Murphy 36 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Lt. Raymond E. Murphy 46 New York Fire Department WTC Robert Eddie Murphy Jr. 56 WTC John J. Murray 32 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC John Joseph Murray 52 Industrial Bank of Japan WTC Susan D. Murray 54 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Valerie Victoria Murray 65 Ohrenstein & Brown WTC Richard Todd Myhre 37 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Airlines AA Flight 11 Christopher C. Newton 38 WorkLife Benefits WTC Nancy Yuen Ngo 36 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Khang Ngoc Nguyen 41 WTC Jody Tepedino Nichilo 39 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Kathleen Ann Nicosia 54 American Airlines AA Flight 11 Martin Niederer 23 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Alfonse J. Niedermeyer III 40 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Frank John Niestadt Jr. 55 Aon Corp. WTC Gloria Nieves 48 Fiduciary Trust International WTC Juan Nieves Jr. 56 Windows on the World WTC Troy Edward Nilsen 33 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Paul R. Nimbley 42 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC John Ballantine Niven 44 Aon Corp. WTC Curtis Terrence Noel 22 General Telecom WTC Michael Allen Noeth 30 U.S. Navy Pentagon Daniel R. Nolan 44 Johnson & Higgins/March McLennan WTC Robert Walter Noonan 36 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Jacqueline J. Norton 61 AA Flight 11 Robert Grant Norton 85 AA Flight 11 Daniela R. Notaro 25 Carr Futures WTC Brian Novotny 33 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Soichi Numata 45 Fuji Bank WTC Brian Felix Nunez 29 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Jose R. Nunez 42 Windows on the World WTC Jeffrey Nussbaum 37 Carr Futures WTC
-NLouis J. Nacke 42 Kay-Bee Toys WTC Lt. Robert B. Nagel 55 New York Fire Department WTC Mildred Naiman 81 Western Electric Co AA Flight 11 Takuya Nakamura 30 Nishi-Nippon Bank WTC Alexander J.R. Napier 38 Aon Corp. WTC Frank Naples 29 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Lt. John Napolitano 33 New York Fire Department WTC Catherine A. Nardella 40 Aon Corp. WTC Mario Nardone Jr. 32 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC Manika Narula 22 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Shawn M. Nassaney 25 American Power Conversion WTC Narender Nath 33 WTC Karen S. Navarro 30 Carr Futures WTC Joseph M. Navas 44 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Francis J. Nazario 28 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Glenroy Neblett 42 WTC Marcus R. Neblett 31 Aon Corp. WTC Jerome O. Nedd 39 Windows on the World WTC Laurence Nedell 51 Aon Corp. WTC Luke G. Nee 44 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Pete Negron 34 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Laurie Ann Neira 48 Your Office Genie WTC Ann Nicole Nelson 30 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC David William Nelson 50 Carr Futures WTC James Nelson 40 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Michele Ann Nelson 27 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Peter Allen Nelson 42 New York Fire Department WTC Oscar Nesbitt 58 New York State Department of Taxation and Finance WTC Gerard Terence Nevins 46 New York Fire Department WTC Renee Lucille Newell 37 American
-ODennis O'Berg 28 New York Fire Department WTC James P. O'Brien Jr. 33 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Michael O'Brien 42 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Scott J. O'Brien 40 Slam Dunk Networks WTC Timothy Michael O'Brien 40 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Lt. Daniel O'Callaghan 42 New York Fire Department WTC Dennis J. O'Connor Jr. 34 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Diana J. O'Connor 38 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Keith K. O'Connor 28 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Richard J. O'Connor 49 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Amy O'Doherty 23 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Marni Pont O'Doherty 31 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC James Andrew O'Grady 32 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Lt. Thomas O'Hagan 43 New York Fire Department WTC Patrick O'Keefe 44 New York Fire Department WTC Capt. William O'Keefe 49 New York Fire Department WTC Gerald O'Leary 34 Forte Food Service WTC
SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL
Matthew Timothy O'Mahony 39 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Seamus L. O'Neal 52 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC John P. O'Neill Sr. 49 World Trade Center WTC Peter J. O'Neill Jr. 21 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Sean Gordon Corbett O'Neill 34 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Kevin O'Rourke 44 New York Fire Department WTC Patrick J. O'Shea 45 Carr Futures WTC Robert W. O'Shea 47 Carr Futures WTC Timothy O'Sullivan 68 Cultural Institution of Retirement Systems WTC James A. Oakley 52 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Douglas Oelschlager 36 New York Fire Department WTC Takashi Ogawa 37 WTC Albert Ogletree 49 Forte Food Service WTC Philip Paul Ognibene 39 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC John Ogonowski 52 American Airlines AA Flight 11 Joseph J. Ogren 30 New York Fire Department WTC Samuel Oitice 45 New York Fire Department WTC Gerald M. Olcott 55 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Christine Anne Olender 39 Windows on the World WTC Elsy Carolina Osorio Oliva 27 General Telecom WTC Linda Mary Oliva 44 Carr Futures WTC Edward K. Oliver 31 Carr Futures WTC Leah E. Oliver 24 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Eric T. Olsen 41 New York Fire Department WTC Jeffrey James Olsen 31 New York Fire Department WTC Barbara K. Olson 45 AA Flight 77 Maureen L. Olson 50 Marsh Inc. WTC Steven John Olson 38 New York Fire Department WTC Toshihiro Onda 39 Fuji Bank WTC Betty Ann Ong 45 American Airlines AA Flight 11 Michael C. Opperman 45 Aon Corp WTC Christopher Orgielewicz 35 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Margaret Orloske 50 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Virginia A. Ormiston-Kenworthy 42 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Ruben S. Ornedo 39 Boeing Co. AA Flight 77 Ronald Orsini 59 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Peter K. Ortale 37 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC Jane M. Orth 49 Lucent Technologies WTC Alexander Ortiz 36 WTC David Ortiz 37 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Emilio (Peter) Ortiz Jr. 38 Carr Futures WTC Pablo Ortiz 49 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Paul Ortiz Jr. 21 Bloomberg L.P. WTC Sonia Ortiz 58 ABM Industries WTC Masaru Ose 36 Mizuho Capital Markets Corp. WTC James Robert Ostrowski 37 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Jason Douglas Oswald 28 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Michael Otten 42 New York Fire Department WTC Isidro Ottenwalder 35 Windows on the World WTC Michael Chung Ou 53 New York State Department of Taxation and Finance WTC Todd Joseph Ouida 25 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Jesus Ovalles 60 Windows on the World WTC Peter J. Owens Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Adianes Oyola 23 Fuji Bank WTC Yurman Inc. WTC Jerrold H. Paskins 56 Devonshire Group WTC Horace Robert Passananti 55 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Suzanne H. Passaro 38 Aon Corp. WTC Avnish Ramanbhai Patel 28 Fred Alger Management WTC Dipti Patel 38 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Manish K. Patel 29 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC Steven B. Paterson 40 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC James Matthew Patrick 30 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Manuel Patrocino 34 Windows on the World WTC Bernard E. Patterson 46 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Maj. Clifford L. Patterson Jr. 33 U.S. Army Oentagon Cira Marie Patti 40 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Robert Edward Pattison 40 CBS-TV WTC James R. Paul 58 Carr Futures WTC Patrice Paz 52 Aon Corp. WTC Sharon Cristina Millan Paz 31 Harris Beach LLP WTC Victor Paz-Gutierrez 43 Windows on the World WTC Stacey L. Peak 36 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Richard Allen Pearlman 18 Forest Hills Ambulance Corps WTC Durrell Pearsall Jr. 34 New York Fire Department WTC Thomas Nicholas Pecorelli 30 Fox Sports and E! Entertainment Television AA Flight 11 Thomas E. Pedicini 30 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Todd D. Pelino 34 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Michel Adrian Pelletier 36 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Anthony Peluso 46 WTC Angel Ramon Pena 45 Aon Corp WTC Robert Penninger 63 BAE Systems WTC Richard A. Penny 53 World Trade Center Project Renewal WTC Salvatore F. Pepe 45 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Carl Allen Peralta 37 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Robert David Peraza 30 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Jon A. Perconti 32 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Alejo Perez 66 Windows on the World WTC Angel Perez Jr. 43 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Angela Susan Perez 35 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Anthony Perez 33 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Ivan Perez 37 Fiduciary Trust International WTC Nancy E. Perez 36 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Berinthia Berenson Perkins 53 AA Flight 11 Joseph John Perroncino 33 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Edward J. Perrotta 43 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Emelda Perry 52 Washington Group International WTC Lt. Glenn C. Perry 41 New York Fire Department WTC John William Perry 38 New York Police Department WTC Franklin Allan Pershep 59 Aon Corp. WTC Daniel Pesce 34 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC
-PAngel M. Pabon 54 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Israel Pabon 31 Forte Food Service WTC Roland Pacheco 25 Alliance Consulting WTC Michael Benjamin Packer 45 Merrill Lynch WTC Spc. Chin Sun Pak 25 U.S. Army Pentagon Deepa K. Pakkala 31 worked for Oracle WTC Jeffrey Matthew Palazzo 33 New York Fire Department WTC Thomas Anthony Palazzo 44 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Richard (Rico) Palazzolo 39 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Orio Joseph Palmer 45 New York Fire Department WTC Frank A. Palombo 46 New York Fire Department WTC Alan N. Palumbo 42 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Christopher M. Panatier 36 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Dominique Pandolfo 27 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Lt. Jonas Martin Panik 26 U.S. Navy Pentagon Paul Pansini 34 New York Fire Department WTC John M. Paolillo 51 New York Fire Department WTC Edward J. Papa 47 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Salvatore Papasso 34 New York State Department of Taxation and Finance WTC James N. Pappageorge New York Fire Department WTC Marie Pappalardo 53 ALA Foods WTC Vinod K. Parakat 34 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Vijayashanker Paramsothy 23 Aon Corp. WTC Nitin Parandkar 28 Oracle WTC Hardai (Casey) Parbhu 42 Aon Corp. WTC James W. Parham 32 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Debra (Debbie) Paris 48 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC George Paris 33 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Gye-Hyong Park 28 Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. WTC Philip L. Parker 53 Aon Corp. WTC Michael A. Parkes 27 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Robert Emmett Parks Jr. 47 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Hasmukhrai Chuckulal Parmar 48 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Robert Parro 35 New York Fire Department WTC Diane Parsons 58 New York State Department of Taxation and Finance WTC Leobardo Lopez Pascual 41 Windows on the World WTC Michael J. Pascuma Jr. 50 Harvey Young
SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL
Michael J. Pescherine 32 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Davin Peterson 25 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Donald Arthur Peterson 66 Continental Electric Co. UA Flight 93 Jean Hoadley Peterson 55 UA Flight 93 William Russel Peterson 46 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Mark Petrocelli 28 Carr Futures WTC Lt. Philip S. Petti 43 New York Fire Department WTC Glen K. Pettit 30 New York Police Department WTC Dominick Pezzulo 36 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Kaleen E. Pezzuti 28 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Lt. Kevin Pfeifer 42 New York Fire Department WTC Tu-Anh Pham 42 Fred Alger Management WTC Lt. Kenneth Phelan 41 New York Fire Department WTC Eugenia Piantieri 55 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Ludwig J. Picarro 44 Zurich American Insurance WTC Matthew Picerno 44 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Joseph O. Pick 40 Fiduciary Trust International WTC Christopher Pickford 32 New York Fire Department WTC Dennis J. Pierce 54 New York State Department of Taxation and Finance WTC Bernard T. Pietronico 39 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Nicholas P. Pietrunti 38 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Theodoros Pigis 60 One Source (Hudson Shatz) WTC Susan Elizabeth Ancona Pinto 44 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Joseph Piskadlo 48 ABM Industries WTC Christopher Todd Pitman 30 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Josh Piver 23 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Robert R. Ploger III 59 Lockheed Martin Corp AA Flight 77 Zandra F. Ploger AA Flight 77 Joseph Plumitallo 45 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC John M. Pocher 36 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC William H. Pohlmann 56 New York State Department of Taxation and Finance WTC Laurence M. Polatsch 32 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Thomas H. Polhemus 39 Accenture WTC Steve Pollicino 48 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Susan M. Pollio 45 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC Lt. j.g. Darin Howard Pontell 26 U.S. Navy Pentagon Joshua Poptean 37 Bronx Builders WTC Giovanna Porras 24 General Telecom WTC Anthony Portillo 48 Washington Group International WTC James Edward Potorti 52 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Daphne Pouletsos 47 Aon Corp. WTC Richard Poulos 55 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Stephen E. Poulos 45 Aon Corp. WTC Brandon J. Powell 26 Forte Food Service WTC Scott Powell 35 BTG Inc. Pentagon Shawn Edward Powell 32 New York Fire Department WTC Tony Pratt 43 Forte Food Service WTC Gregory M. Preziose 34 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Wanda Prince 30 Fiduciary Trust International WTC Vincent Princiotta 39 New York Fire Department WTC Kevin Prior 28 New York Fire Department WTC Everett Martin (Marty) Proctor III 44 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Carrie B. Progen 25 Aon Corp. WTC David Lee Pruim 53 Aon Corp. WTC Richard Prunty 57 New York Fire Department WTC John F. Puckett 47 Windows on the World WTC Robert D. Pugliese 47 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Edward F. Pullis 34 Aon Corp. WTC Patricia Ann Puma 33 Julien J. Studley Inc. WTC (Retired) Capt. Jack D. Punches 51 U.S. Navy Pentagon Sonia Morales Puopolo 61 AA Flight 11 Hemanth Puttur 26 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Joseph John Pycior Jr. 39 U.S. Navy Pentagon Edward R. Pykon 33 Fred Alger Management WTC WTC Thomas Barnes Reinig 48 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Frank B. Reisman 41 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Joshua Scott Reiss 23 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Karen Renda 52 American Express WTC John Armand Reo 28 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Richard Rescorla 62 Morgan Stanley WTC John Thomas Resta 40 Carr Futures WTC Martha M. Reszke 36 U.S. Army Pentagon David E. Retik 33 Alta Communications AA Flight 11 Todd H. Reuben 40 Venable, Baetjer, Howard & Civiletti AA Flight 77 Eduvigis (Eddie) Reyes 37 Rohde & Liesenfeld WTC Bruce A. Reynolds 41 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC John Frederick Rhodes 57 Aon Corp WTC Francis S. Riccardelli 40 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Rudolph N. Riccio 50 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC AnnMarie (Davi) Riccoboni 58 Ohrenstein & Brown David H. Rice 31 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Eileen Mary Rice 57 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc WTC Kenneth F. Rice III 34 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Cecelia E. Richard 41 U.S. Army Pentagon Lt. Vernon Allan Richard 53 New York Fire Department WTC Claude D. Richards 46 New York Police Department WTC Gregory Richards 30 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Michael Richards 38 WTC Venesha O. Richards 26 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC James Riches 29 New York Fire Department WTC Alan Jay Richman 44 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC John M. Rigo 48 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Frederick Rimmele 32 Family Practice Residence at Beverly and Hunt Hospitals in Beverly, Mass. WTC Theresa (Ginger) Risco 48 Fred Alger Management WTC Rose Mary Riso 55 New York State Department of Taxation and Finance WTC Moises N. Rivas 29 Windows on the World WTC Joseph Rivelli Jr. New York Fire Department WTC Carmen A. Rivera 33 Fiduciary Trust International WTC Isaias Rivera 51 CBS WTC Juan William Rivera 27 General Telecom WTC Linda Rivera 26 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC David E. Rivers 40 Risk Waters Group WTC Joseph R. Riverso 34 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Paul Rizza 34 Fiduciary Trust International WTC John Frank Rizzo 50 New York WTC Stephen Louis Roach 36 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Timothy E. Reilly 40 Marsh USA WTC Joseph Reina Jr. 32 Cantor Fitzgerald
-QChristopher Quackenbush 44 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Lars P. Qualben 49 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Lincoln Quappe 38 New York Fire Department WTC Beth Ann Quigley 25 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Patrick J. Quigley VI 40 PricewaterhouseCoopers WTC Lt. Michael Quilty 42 New York Fire Department WTC James Francis Quinn 23 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Ricardo Quinn 40 New York Fire Department WTC
-RMarsha Dianah Ratchford 34 U.S. Navy Pentagon David Alan James Rathkey 47 IQ Financial Systems WTC William Ralph Raub 38 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Gerard Rauzi 42 New York State Department of Taxation and Finance WTC Alexey Razuvaev 40 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC Gregory Reda 33 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Sarah (Prothero) Redheffer 35 Risk Waters Group WTC Michele Reed 26 Aon Corp WTC Judith A. Reese 56 WTC Donald J. Regan 47 New York Fire Department WTC Lt. Robert M. Regan 48 New York Fire Department WTC Thomas M. Regan 43 Aon Corp. WTC Christian Michael Otto Regenhard 28 New York Fire Department WTC Howard Reich 59 Pitney Bowes WTC Gregg Reidy 26 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC James B. Reilly 25 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Kevin O. Reilly 28 New York Fire Department WTC
SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL
Joseph Roberto 37 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Leo A. Roberts 44 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Michael Roberts 30 New York Fire Department WTC Michael Edward Roberts 31 New York Fire Department WTC Donald Walter Robertson Jr. 35 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Catherina Robinson 45 Wachovia Corp. WTC Jeffrey Robinson 38 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Michell Lee Robotham 32 Aon Corp. WTC Donald Robson 52 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Antonio Augusto Tome Rocha 34 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Raymond J. Rocha 29 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Laura Rockefeller 41 Risk Waters Group WTC John M. Rodak 39 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Antonio Jose Carrusca Rodrigues 35 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Anthony Rodriguez 36 New York Fire Department WTC Carmen Milagros Rodriguez 46 Aon Corp. WTC Gregory E. Rodriguez 31 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Marsha A. Rodriguez 41 WTC Richard Rodriguez 31 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC David B. Rodriguez-Vargas 44 Windows on the World WTC Matthew Rogan 37 New York Fire Department WTC Jean Destrehan Roger 24 American Airlines AA Flight 11 Karlie Barbara Rogers 25 Risk Waters Group WTC Scott Rohner 22 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Keith Roma 27 New York Fire Patrol WTC Joseph M. Romagnolo 37 IPC Kleinknect Electric Co. WTC Efrain Franco Romero Sr. 57 Fine Painting and Decorating WTC Elvin Santiago Romero 34 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC James A. Romito 51 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Sean Rooney 50 Aon Corp. WTC Eric Thomas Ropiteau 24 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Aida Rosario 42 Marsh Inc. WTC Angela Rosario 27 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Mark H. Rosen 45 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Brooke David Rosenbaum 31 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Linda Rosenbaum 41 Marsh & McLennan WTC Sheryl Lynn Rosenbaum 33 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Lloyd D. Rosenberg 31 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Mark Louis Rosenberg 26 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Andrew I. Rosenblum 45 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Joshua M. Rosenblum 28 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Joshua A. Rosenthal 44 Fiduciary Trust International WTC Richard David Rosenthal 50 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Philip M. Rosenzweig 47 Sun Microsystems AA Flight 11 Daniel Rosetti 32 Certified Installation Services WTC Richard Barry Ross 58 The Ross Group AA Flight 11 Norman Rossinow 39 Aon Corp. WTC Nicholas P. Rossomando 35 New York Fire Department WTC Michael Craig Rothberg 39 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Donna Marie Rothenberg 53 Aon Corp. WTC Mark Rothenberg 52 MDR Global Resources UA Flight 93 James M. Roux 43 Roux & Ghimire UA Flight 175C Nick Rowe 29 UME Voice WTC Edward V. Rowenhorst 32 U.S. Army Pentagon Judy Rowlett 44 U.S. Army Pentagon Timothy A. Roy Sr. 36 New York Police Department WTC Paul G. Ruback 50 New York Fire Department WTC Ronald J. Ruben 36 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Joanne Rubino 45 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC David Ruddle 31 Reliable WTC Bart Joseph Ruggiere 32 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Susan Ann Ruggiero 30 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc WTC Adam K. Ruhalter 40 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Gilbert Ruiz 45 Windows on the World WTC Robert E. Russell 52 U.S. Army Pentagon Stephen P. Russell 40 New York Fire Department WTC Steven Harris Russin 32 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Lt. Michael Thomas Russo Sr. 44 New York Fire Department WTC Wayne Alan Russo 37 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC William R. Ruth 57 U.S. Army Pentagon Edward Ryan 42 Carr Futures WTC John J. Ryan 45 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Jonathan Stephan Ryan 32 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC Matthew Lancelot Ryan 54 New York Fire Department WTC Tatiana Ryjova 36 Regus WTC Christina Sunga Ryook 25 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Pentagon Hernando R. Salas 71 Civilian Complaint Review Board WTC Juan Salas 35 Windows on the World WTC Esmerlin Salcedo 36 Summit Security Services WTC John Salvatore Salerno Jr. 31 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Rahma Salie 28 Cinoni AA Flight 11 Richard L. Salinardi 32 Aramark Corp. WTC Wayne Saloman 43 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Nolbert Salomon 33 Morgan Stanley WTC Catherine Patricia Salter 37 Aon Corp. WTC Frank Salvaterra 41 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Paul R. Salvio 27 Carr Futures WTC Samuel R. Salvo Jr. 59 Aon Corp. WTC Rena Sam-Dinnoo 28 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc WTC Carlos Samaniego 29 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC John P. Sammartino 37 XonTech Inc. AA Flight 77 James Kenneth Samuel Jr. 29 Carr Futures WTC Michael V. San Phillip 55 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Sylvia San Pio Resta 26 Carr Futures WTC Hugo Sanay-Perafiel 41 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC Alva J. Sanchez 41 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. Erick Sanchez 41 Soundtone WTC Jacquelyn P. Sanchez 23 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Jesus Sanchez 45 United Airlines UA Flight 175 Eric Sand 36 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Stacey Leigh Sanders 25 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Herman Sandler 57 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC James Sands Jr. 39 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Ayleen J. Santiago 40 Blue Cross Blue Shield WTC Kirsten Santiago 26 Insurance Overload Systems WTC Maria Theresa Santillan 27 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Susan G. Santo 24 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Christopher Santora 23 New York Fire Department WTC John Santore 49 New York Fire Department WTC Mario L. Santoro 28 New York Presbyterian Hospital WTC Rafael Humberto Santos 42 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Rufino Conrado F. (Roy) Santos III 37 Accenture WTC Victor J. Saracini 51 United Airlines UA Flight 175 Kalyan K. Sarkar 53 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Chapelle Sarker Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Paul F. Sarle 38 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Deepika Kumar Sattaluri 33 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Gregory Saucedo 31 New York Fire Department WTC Susan Sauer 48 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Anthony Savas 72 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC
-SThierry Saada 27 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Jason E. Sabbag 26 Fiduciary Trust International WTC Thomas E. Sabella 44 New York Fire Department WTC Scott Saber 38 UBS Warburg WTC Charles E. Sabin 54 Defense Department Pentagon Joseph Sacerdote 48 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Jessica Leigh Sachs 23 PricewaterhouseCoopers AA Flight 11 Francis J. Sadocha 41 Forte Food Service WTC Jude Elias Safi 24 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Brock Safronoff 26 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Edward Saiya 49 Genuity WTC John Patrick Salamone 37 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Marjorie C. Salamone 53 U.S. Army
SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL
Vladimir Savinkin 21 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Jackie Sayegh Duggan 34 Windows on the World WTC John Sbarbaro 45 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Lt. Col. David M. Scales 44 U.S. Army Pentagon Robert L. Scandole Jr. 36 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Michelle Scarpitta 26 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC Dennis Scauso 46 New York Fire Department WTC John A. Schardt 32 New York Fire Department WTC John G. Scharf 29 WTC Fred Claude Scheffold Jr. 57 New York Fire Department WTC Angela Susan Scheinberg 46 Blue Cross Blue Shield WTC Scott M. Schertzer 28 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Sean Schielke 27 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Steven Francis Schlag 41 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Cmdr. Robert Allan Schlegel 38 U.S. Navy Pentagon Jon S. Schlissel 51 New York State Department of Taxation and Finance WTC Karen Helene Schmidt 42 WTC Ian Schneider 45 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Thomas G. Schoales 27 New York Fire Department WTC Marisa Di Nardo Schorpp 38 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Frank G. Schott 39 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Gerard P. Schrang 45 New York Fire Department WTC Jeffrey Schreier 48 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC John T. Schroeder 31 Fred Alger Management WTC Susan Lee Kennedy Schuler 55 Singer Frumento LLP WTC Edward W. Schunk 54 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Mark E. Schurmeier 44 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. WTC Clarin Shellie Schwartz 51 Aon Corp WTC John Schwartz 49 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Mark Schwartz 50 WTC Adriane Victoria Scibetta 31 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Raphael Scorca 61 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Janice M. Scott 46 U.S. Army Pentagon Randolph Scott 48 Euro Brokers Inc WTC Christopher J. Scudder 34 EnPointe Technologies WTC Arthur Warren Scullin 57 Marsh Inc. WTC Michael Seaman 41 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Margaret Seeliger 34 Aon Corp. WTC Anthony Segarra 52 Proven Electrical Contracting Inc. WTC Carlos Segarra 54 Wachovia Corp WTC Jason Sekzer 31 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Matthew Carmen Sellitto 23 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Michael L. Selves 53 U.S. Army Pentagon Howard Selwyn 47 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC Larry John Senko 34 Alliance Consulting WTC Arturo Angelo Sereno 29 WTC Frankie Serrano 23 Genuity WTC Marian H. Serva 47 U.S. Army Pentagon Alena Sesinova 57 Marsh Inc. WTC Adele Sessa 36 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Sita Nermalla Sewnarine 37 Fiduciary Trust International WTC Karen Lynn Seymour-Dietrich 40 Garban Intercapital WTC Davis (Deeg) Sezna Jr. 22 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Thomas Joseph Sgroi 45 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Jayesh Shah 38 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Khalid M. Shahid 25 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Mohammed Shajahan 41 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Gary Shamay 23 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Earl Richard Shanahan 50 WTC Cmdr. Dan Frederic Shanower 40 U.S. Navy Pentagon Neil G. Shastri 25 Scient WTC Kathryn Anne Shatzoff 37 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Barbara A. Shaw 57 Compaq WTC Jeffrey J. Shaw 42 Forest Electric Corp. WTC Robert J. Shay Jr. 27 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Daniel James Shea 37 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Joseph Patrick Shea 47 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Mary Kathleen Shearer 61 UA Flight 175 Robert Michael Shearer 63 UA Flight 175 Linda Sheehan 40 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Hagay Shefi 34 GoldTier Technologies WTC Antoinette Sherman 35 U.S. Army Pentagon John Anthony Sherry 34 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC Atsushi Shiratori 36 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Thomas Shubert 43 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Mark Shulman 44 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC See-Wong Shum 44 New York State Department of Transportation WTC Allan Shwartzstein 37 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Johanna Sigmund 25 Fred Alger Management WTC Dianne T. Signer 32 Fred Alger Management WTC Gregory Sikorsky 34 New York Fire Department WTC Stephen Gerard Siller 34 New York Fire Department WTC David Silver 35 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Craig A. Silverstein 41 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Nasima H. Simjee 38 Fiduciary Trust International WTC Bruce Edward Simmons 41 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Diane M. Simmons AA Flight 77 Donald D. Simmons 58 U.S. Army Pentagon George W. Simmons Xerox AA Flight 77 Arthur Simon 57 Fred Alger Management WTC Kenneth Alan Simon 34 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Michael John Simon 40 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Paul Joseph Simon 54 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Marianne Simone 62 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Barry Simowitz 64 New York State Department of Taxation and Finance WTC Jane Louise Simpkin 36 American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers WTC Jeff Simpson 38 Oracle WTC Cheryle D. Sincock 53 U.S. Army Pentagon Khamladai K. (Khami) Singh 25 Windows on the World WTC Roshan R. (Sean) Singh 21 Windows on the World WTC Thomas Sinton III 44 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Peter A. Siracuse 29 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Muriel F. Siskopoulos 60 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Joseph M. Sisolak 35 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC John P. Skala 31 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Francis J. Skidmore Jr. 58 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC Toyena C. Skinner 27 Wachovia Corp. WTC Paul A. Skrzypek 37 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Christopher Paul Slattery 31 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Vincent R. Slavin 41 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Robert Sliwak 42 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Paul K. Sloan 26 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Stanley S. Smagala Jr. 36 New York Fire Department WTC Wendy L. Small 26 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Gregg Harold Smallwood 44 U.S. Navy Pentagon Catherine T. Smith 44 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Daniel Laurence Smith 47 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC (Retired) Lt. Col. Gary F. Smith 55 U.S. Army Pentagon George Eric Smith 38 SunGard Asset Management Systems/Global Plus WTC Heather Lee Smith 30 Beacon Capital Partners AA Flight 11 James G. Smith 43 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Jeffrey Randall Smith 36 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Joyce Smith 55 Forte Food Service WTC Karl Trumbull Smith 44 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Kevin Smith 47 New York Fire Department WTC Leon Smith Jr. 48 New York Fire Department WTC Moira Smith 38 New York Police Department WTC Rosemary A. Smith 61 Sidley Austin Brown & Wood WTC Sandra Fajardo Smith 37 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Bonnie S. Smithwick 54 Fred Alger Management WTC Rochelle Monique Snell 24 Regus WTC Christine Anne Snyder 32 Outdoor Circle UA Flight 93 Dianne Bulls Snyder 42 American Airlines AA Flight 11 Leonard J. Snyder Jr. 35 Aon Corp. WTC Astrid Elizabeth Sohan 32 Marsh Inc. WTC Sushil Solanki 35 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Ruben Solares 51 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Naomi Leah Solomon 52 Callixa WTC Daniel W. Song 34 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Mari-Rae Sopper 35 UC Santa Barbara WTC
SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL
Michael C. Sorresse 34 Marsh Inc. WTC Fabian Soto 31 ABM Industries WTC Timothy P. Soulas 35 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Gregory T. Spagnoletti 32 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Donald F. Spampinato Jr. 39 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Thomas Sparacio 35 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC John Anthony Spataro 32 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Robert W. Spear Jr. 30 New York Fire Department WTC Robert Speisman 47 Lazar Kaplan International AA Flight 77 Maynard S. Spence Jr. 42 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC George E. Spencer III 50 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC Robert Andrew Spencer 35 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Mary Rubina Sperando 39 Encompys WTC Frank J. Spinelli 44 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC William E. Spitz 49 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Joseph P. Spor 35 New York Fire Department WTC Klaus Sprockamp 42 LION Bioscience AG WTC Saranya Srinuan 23 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Fitzroy St. Rose 40 General Telecom WTC Michael F. Stabile 50 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC Lawrence T. Stack 58 New York Fire Department WTC Capt. Timothy Stackpole 42 New York Fire Department WTC Richard James Stadelberger 55 Fiduciary Trust International WTC Eric A. Stahlman 43 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Gregory M. Stajk 46 New York Fire Department WTC Alexandru Liviu Stan 34 WTC Corina Stan 31 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Mary D. Stanley 53 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Anthony M. Starita 35 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Jeffrey Stark 30 New York Fire Department WTC Derek James Statkevicus 30 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Patricia J. Statz 41 U.S. Army Pentagon Craig William Staub 30 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC William V. Steckman 56 WNBC-TV WTC Eric Thomas Steen 32 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC William R. Steiner 56 WTC Alexander Robbins Steinman 32 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Edna L. Stephens 53 U.S. Army Pentagon Andrew Stergiopoulos 23 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Andrew Stern 45 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Norma Lang Steuerle 54 AA Flight 77 Martha Stevens Aon Corp WTC Michael James Stewart 42 Carr Futures WTC Richard H. Stewart Jr. 35 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Sanford M. Stoller 54 Accenture WTC Douglas J. Stone 54 Odyssey Press AA Flight 11 Lonny J. Stone 43 Carr Futures WTC Jimmy Nevill Storey 58 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Timothy Stout 42 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Thomas S. Strada 41 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC James J. Straine Jr. 36 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Edward W. Straub 48 Aon Corp. WTC George Strauch Jr. 53 Aon Corp. WTC Edward T. Strauss 44 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Steven R. Strauss 51 Petrocelli Electric WTC Sgt. Maj. Larry Strickland 52 U.S. Army Pentagon Steven F. Strobert 33 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Walwyn W. Stuart 28 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Benjamin Suarez 36 New York Fire Department WTC David S. Suarez 24 Deloitte Consulting WTC Ramon Suarez 45 New York Police Department WTC Xavier Suarez 41 AA Flight 11 Yoichi Sugiyama 34 Fuji Bank WTC William Christopher Sugra 30 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Daniel Suhr 37 New York Fire Department WTC David Marc Sullins 30 Cabrini Hospital WTC Lt. Christopher P. Sullivan 38 New York Fire Department WTC Patrick Sullivan 32 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Thomas Sullivan 38 Harvey Young Yurman Inc. WTC Larry Sumaya 42 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC James Joseph Suozzo 47 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Colleen Supinski 27 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Robert Sutcliffe 39 Harvey Young Yurman Inc. WTC Selina Sutter 58 First Liberty Investment Group WTC Claudia Suzette Sutton 34 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC John F. Swaine 36 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Kristine M. Swearson 34 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Brian D. Sweeney 38 Brandes Associates UA Flight 175 Brian Edward Sweeney 29 New York Fire Department WTC Madeline Sweeney 35 American Airlines AA Flight 11 Kenneth J. Swensen 40 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Thomas F. Swift 30 Morgan Stanley WTC Derek O. Sword 29 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Kevin T. Szocik 27 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Gina Sztejnberg 52 WTC Norbert P. Szurkowski 31 Signature Painting and Decorating WTC Keiichiro Takahashi 53 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC Keiji Takahashi 42 Mizuho Capital Markets Corp. WTC Phyllis Talbot 53 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Robert R. Talhami 40 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC John Talignani 72 UA Flight 93 Sean Patrick Tallon 26 New York Fire Department WTC Paul Talty 40 New York Police Department WTC Maurita Tam 22 Aon Corp. WTC Rachel Tamares 30 Aon Corp. WTC Hector Tamayo 51 Vanderbilt Group Inc. WTC Michael Andrew Tamuccio 37 Fred Alger Management WTC Kenichiro Tanaka 52 Fuji Bank WTC Rhondelle Cherie Tankard 31 Aon Corp. WTC Michael Anthony Tanner 44 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Dennis G. Taormina Jr. 36 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Kenneth Joseph Tarantino 39 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Allan Tarasiewicz 45 New York Fire Department WTC Michael C. Tarrou 38 United Airlines UA Flight 175 Ronald Tartaro 39 Fred Alger Management WTC Darryl Taylor 52 General Telecom WTC Donnie Brooks Taylor 40 Aon Corp. WTC Hilda E. Taylor 62 Leckie Elementary School (Washington) AA Flight 77 Lt. Col. Kip P. Taylor 38 U.S. Army Pentagon Leonard E. Taylor 44 XonTech Inc. AA Flight 77 Lorisa Ceylon Taylor 31 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Michael M. Taylor 42 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Sandra C. Taylor 50 U.S. Army Pentagon Sandra D. Teague 31 Georgetown University Hospital AA Flight 77 Karl W. Teepe 57 Defense Information Agency Pentagon Paul A. Tegtmeier 41 New York Fire Department WTC Yeshavant Moreshewar Tembe 59 New York State Department of Taxation and Finance WTC Anthony Tempesta 38 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Dorothy Temple 52 New York State Department of Taxation and Finance WTC Stanley L. Temple 77 WTC David Tengelin 25 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Brian J. Terrenzi 29 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Lisa Marie Terry 42 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Goumatie T. Thackurdeen 35 Fiduciary Trust International WTC Harshad Sham Thatte 30 WTC Michael Theodoridis 32 eXcelon Corporation AA Flight 11 Thomas F. Theurkauf Jr. 44 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Lesley Thomas-O'Keefe 40 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Brian T. Thompson 49 Fuji Bank WTC Clive Thompson 43 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC Glenn Thompson 44 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC
-THarry Taback 56 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Joann Tabeek 41 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Norma C. Taddei 64 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Michael Taddonio 39 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC
SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL
Nigel Bruce Thompson 33 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Perry Anthony Thompson 36 Aon Corp. WTC Vanavah Thompson 26 ABM Industries WTC Capt. William Harry Thompson 51 New York state courts WTC Eric Raymond Thorpe 35 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Nichola A. Thorpe 22 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Sgt. Tamara C. Thurman 25 U.S. Army Pentagon Sal Tieri Jr. 40 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC John Patrick Tierney 27 New York Fire Department WTC William R. Tieste 54 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Kenneth F. Tietjen 31 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Stephen Edward Tighe 41 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Scott C. Timmes 28 Carr Futures WTC Michael E. Tinley 56 Marsh Inc. WTC Jennifer M. Tino 29 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Robert Frank Tipaldi 25 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC John J. Tipping II 33 New York Fire Department WTC David Tirado 26 Rent-a-PC New York WTC Hector Tirado Jr. 30 New York Fire Department WTC Michelle Titolo 34 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Alicia Nicole Titus 28 United Airlines WTC John J. Tobin 47 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Richard J. Todisco 61 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Lt. Cmdr. Otis Vincent Tolbert 38 U.S. Navy Pentagon Vladimir Tomasevic 36 Optus WTC Stephen K. Tompsett 39 Instinet (Reuters) WTC Thomas Tong 31 WTC Doris Torres 32 WTC Luis Eduardo Torres 31 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Amy E. Toyen 24 Thomson Financial Services WTC Christopher M. Traina 25 Carr Futures WTC Daniel Patrick Trant 40 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Abdoul Karim Traore 41 Windows on the WTC Glenn J. Travers 53 Forest Electric Corp. WTC Walter (Wally) P. Travers Jr. 44 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Felicia Traylor-Bass 38 Alliance Consulting WTC James Anthony Trentini 65 AA Flight 11 Mary Barbara Trentini 67 AA Flight 11 Lisa L. Trerotola 36 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Karamo Trerra 40 ASAP NetSource WTC Michael Trinidad 33 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Francis Joseph Trombino 68 Brinks WTC Gregory J. Trost 26 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Willie Q. Troy 51 U.S. Army Pentagon William Tselepis Jr. 33 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Zhanetta Tsoy 32 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Michael Patrick Tucker 40 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Lance Richard Tumulty 32 Euro Brokers Inc WTC Ching Ping Tung 43 WTC Simon James Turner 39 Risk Waters Group WTC Donald Joseph Tuzio 51 Bear Stearns WTC Robert T. Twomey 48 Harvey Young Yurman Inc. WTC Jennifer Tzemis 26 Fred Alger Management WTC International WTC David Vera 41 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC Loretta A, Vero 51 WYC Christopher Vialonga 30 Carr Futures WTC Matthew Gilbert Vianna 23 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Robert A. Vicario 40 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Celeste Torres Victoria 41 Risk Waters Group WTC Joanna Vidal 26 Risk Waters Group WTC John T. Vigiano II 36 New York Fire Department WTC Joseph Vincent Vigiano 34 New York Police Department WTC Frank J. Vignola Jr. 44 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Joseph B. Vilardo 44 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Sergio Villanueva New York Fire Department WTC Chantal Vincelli 38 Data Synapse WTC Melissa Vincent 28 Alliance Consulting WTC Francine A. Virgilio 48 Aon Corp WTC Lawrence Virgilio 38 New York Fire Department WTC Joseph G. Visciano 22 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Joshua S. Vitale 28 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Maria Percoco Vola 37 Aon Corp WTC Lynette D. Vosges 48 Aon Corp. WTC Garo H. Voskerijian 43 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Alfred Vukuosa 32 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC
-UJohn G. Ueltzhoeffer 36 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Tyler Ugolyn 23 Fred Alger Management WTC Michael A. Uliano 42 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Jonathan J. Uman 33 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Anil Shivhari Umarkar 34 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Allen V. Upton 44 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Diane Maria Urban 50 New York State Department of Taxation and Finance WTC
-VJohn Damien Vaccacio 30 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Bradley H. Vadas 37 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC William Valcarcel 54 New York State Department of Taxation and Finance WTC Mayra Valdes-Rodriguez 39 Aon Corp. WTC Felix Antonio Vale 29 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Ivan Vale 27 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Benito Valentin 33 American Express WTC Santos Valentin Jr. 39 New York Police Department WTC Carlton Francis Valvo II 38 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Pendyala Vamsikrishna 30 DTI WTC Erica Van Acker 62 Aon Corp. Kenneth W. Van Auken 47 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Richard Bruce Van Hine 48 New York Fire Department WTC Daniel M. Van Laere 46 Aon Corp. WTC Edward Raymond Vanacore 29 Fiduciary Trust International WTC Jon C. Vandevander 44 Carr Futures WTC Frederick T. Varacchi 35 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Gopalakrishnan Varadhan 32 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC David Vargas 46 Pitney Bowes WTC Scott C. Vasel 32 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Azael Ismael Vasquez 21 Forte Food Service WTC Santos Vasquez 55 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Lt. Cmdr. Ronald James Vauk 37 U.S. Navy Pentagon Arcangel Vazquez 47 WTC Peter A. Vega 36 New York Fire Department WTC Sankara S. Velamuri 63 New York State Department of Taxation and Finance WTC Jorge Velazquez 47 Morgan Stanley WTC Lawrence Veling 44 New York Fire Department WTC Anthony M. Ventura 41 Fiduciary Trust
-WGregory Wachtler 25 Fred Alger Management WTC Lt. Col. Karen Wagner 40 U.S. Army Pentagon Mary Alice Wahlstrom 75 AA Flight 11 Honor Elizabeth Wainio 27 Discovery Channel stores UA Flight 93 Gabriela Waisman 33 Sybase WTC Wendy Alice Rosario Wakeford 40 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Courtney Wainsworth Walcott 37 IQ Financial Systems WTC Victor Wald 49 Avalon Partners WTC Kenneth E. Waldie 46 AA Flight 11 Benjamin Walker 41 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Glen J. Wall 38 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Mitchel Scott Wallace 34 New York State Supreme Court WTC Peter G. Wallace 66 Marsh Inc. WTC Lt. Robert F. Wallace 43 New York Fire Department WTC Roy Wallace 42 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Jean Marie Wallendorf 23 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Matthew Blake Wallens 31 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Meta L. Waller 60 U.S. Army Pentagon John Wallice Jr. 43 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Barbara P. Walsh 59 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC James Walsh 37 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Jeffrey Patrick Walz 37 New York Fire Department WTC Ching H. Wang 59 First Commercial Bank WTC Weibin Wang 41 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Lt. Michael Warchola 51 New York Fire Department WTC
SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL
Stephen Gordon Ward 33 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Timothy Ray Ward 38 Rubio's Restaurants UA Flight 175 James A. Waring 49 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Brian G. Warner 32 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Derrick Washington 33 Verizon WTC Charles Waters 44 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC James Thomas (Muddy) Waters Jr. 39 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Capt. Patrick J. Waters 44 New York Fire Department WTC Kenneth Watson 39 New York Fire Department WTC Michael H. Waye 38 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Todd C. Weaver 30 Fiduciary Trust International WTC Walter E. Weaver 30 New York Police Department WTC Nathaniel Webb 56 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC William M. Weems 46 UA Flight 175 Joanne Flora Weil 39 Harris Beach LLP WTC Michael Weinberg 34 New York Fire Department WTC Steven Weinberg 41 Baseline (Thomson Financial) WTC Scott Jeffrey Weingard 29 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Steven Weinstein 50 WTC Simon Weiser 65 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC David M. Weiss 41 New York Fire Department WTC David T. Weiss 50 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Vincent Wells 22 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Deborah Welsh 49 United Airlines UA Flight 93 Timothy Welty New York Fire Department WTC Christian Hans Rudolf Wemmers 43 Callixa WTC Ssu-Hui (Vanessa) Wen 23 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC John Wenckus 46 AA Flight 11 Oleh D. Wengerchuk 56 Washington Group International WTC Peter M. West 54 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Whitfield West 41 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Meredith Lynn Whalen 23 Fred Alger Management WTC Eugene Whelan 31 New York Fire Department WTC Adam S. White 26 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Edward James White 30 New York Fire Department WTC James Patrick White 34 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC John S. White 48 ABM Industries WTC Kenneth W. White 50 IPC Kleinknect Electric Co WTC Leonard Anthony White 57 Verizon WTC Malissa White 37 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Staff Sgt. Maudlyn A. White 38 U.S. Army Pentagon Olga Kristin Gould White 65 UA Flight 93 Sandra L. White 44 U.S. Army Pentagon Wayne White 38 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Leanne Marie Whiteside 31 Aon Corp. WTC Mark Whitford 31 New York Fire Department WTC Leslie A. Whittington 45 Georgetown University Michael T. Wholey 34 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey WTC Mary Lenz Wieman 43 Aon Corp. WTC Jeffrey David Wiener 33 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC William J. Wik 44 Aon Corp. WTC Allison M. Wildman 30 Carr Futures WTC Lt. Glenn Wilkinson 46 New York Fire Department WTC Ernest M. Willcher 62 Booz-Allen & Hamilton Inc. WTC John C. Willett 29 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Brian Patrick Williams 29 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Candace Lee Williams 20 AA Flight 11 Crossley Williams Jr. 28 Fiduciary Trust International WTC David Williams 34 ABM Industries WTC Lt. Cmdr. David Lucian Williams 32 U.S. Navy Pentagon Deborah Lynn Williams 35 WTC Maj. Dwayne Williams 40 U.S. Army Pentagon Kevin Williams 24 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Louie Anthony Williams 44 WTC Louis Calvin Williams III 53 Vestek WTC Lt. John Williamson 46 New York Fire Department WTC Cynthia Wilson 52 International Office Centers WTC Donna Wilson 48 Aon Corp. WTC William E. Wilson 55 Aon Corp. WTC David H. Winton 29 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Glenn J. Winuk 40 Holland & Knight WTC Thomas Francis Wise 43 WTC Alan L. Wisniewski 47 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Frank T. Wisniewski 54 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC David Wiswall 54 Aon Corp. WTC Sigrid Charlotte Wiswe 41 WTC Michael R. Wittenstein 34 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Christopher W. Wodenshek 35 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Martin P. Wohlforth 47 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Katherine S. Wolf 40 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Jennifer Y. Wong 26 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Jenny Seu Kueng Low Wong 25 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Siu Cheung Wong 34 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Yin Ping (Steven) Wong 34 Aon Corp. WTC Yuk Ping Wong 47 New York State Department of Taxation and Finance WTC Brent James Woodall 31 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC James J. Woods 26 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Marvin R. Woods 57 U.S. Navy Pentagon Patrick Woods 36 WTC Richard Herron Woodwell 44 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Capt. David T. Wooley 53 New York Fire Department WTC John Bentley Works 36 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods WTC Martin M. Wortley 29 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Rodney James Wotton 36 Fiduciary Trust International WTC William Wren 61 OCS Security WTC John Wright 33 Sandler O'Neill & Partners WTC Neil R. Wright 30 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Sandra Wright 57 Aon Corp. WTC
-YJupiter Yambem 41 Windows on the World WTC John D. Yamnicky Sr. 71 Veridian Corp. AA Flight 77 Suresh Yanamadala 33 WTC Vicki C. Yancey 43 Vredenburg Co. AA Flight 77 Shuyin Yang 61 AA Flight 77 Matthew David Yarnell 26 Fiduciary Trust International WTC Myrna Yaskulka 59 Fred Alger Management WTC Shakila Yasmin 26 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Olabisi L. Yee 38 International Office Centers WTC Kevin Wayne Yokum 27 U.S. Navy Pentagon Edward P. York 45 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Kevin Patrick York 41 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC Raymond York 45 New York Fire Department WTC Suzanne Youmans 60 Aon Corp. WTC Barrington L. Young 35 Euro Brokers Inc. WTC Donald McArthur Young 41 U.S. Navy Pentagon Edmond Young 22 BTG Inc. WTC Jacqueline (Jakki) Young 37 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Lisa L. Young 36 U.S. Army Pentagon Elkin Yuen 32 Carr Futures WTC
-ZElkin Yuen 32 Carr Futures WTC Adel Agayby Zakhary 50 Carr Futures WTC Arkady Zaltsman 45 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill WTC Edwin J. Zambrana Jr. 24 WTC Robert Alan Zampieri 30 Carr Futures WTC Mark Zangrilli 36 Aon Corp. WTC Christopher Rudolph Zarba Jr. 47 Concord Communications WTC Ira Zaslow 55 Lehman Brothers WTC Kenneth Albert Zelman 37 Oracle Corp. WTC Abraham J. Zelmanowitz 55 Empire Blue Cross and Blue Shield WTC Martin Morales Zempoaltecatl 22 Windows on the World WTC Zhe (Zack) Zeng 28 Bank of New York WTC Marc Scott Zeplin 33 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Jie Yao Justin Zhao 27 Aon Corp. WTC Yuguang Zheng 65 AA Flight 77 Ivelin Ziminski 40 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Michael Joseph Zinzi 37 Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. WTC Charles A. Zion 54 Cantor Fitzgerald WTC Julie Lynne Zipper 44 SunGard Trading Systems/BRASS WTC Salvatore J. Zisa 45 Marsh USA WTC Prokopios Paul Zois 46 WTC Joseph J. Zuccala 54 WTC Andrew Steven Zucker 27 Harris Beach LLP WTC Igor Zukelman 29 WTC 
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The Raising of the American Flag
The Story of the Three Firefighters Who Raised the American Flag As Reported on September 14, 2001 by The Record (North Jersey). © 2001 North Jersey Media Group Inc. By JEANNINE CLEGG The Record Staff Writer World Trade Center Building Seven was about to collapse on Tuesday. Firefighters from Engine 255 and Ladder 157 in Brooklyn had been digging in the rubble for survivors for six grueling hours, when they got the call to immediately evacuate. Firefighter Dan McWilliams from Ladder 157 headed out with the rest of his crew. It was then that the 35-year-old firefighter spotted a flag flying from a yacht docked behind the World Financial Center. He made his way to the boat, rolled the flag up around its pole to be sure it didn't touch the ground, and carried the pole back to the evacuation area. As McWilliams passed his buddy and fellow 157 firefighter George Johnson, he slapped him on the shoulder. "Gimme a hand, will ya, George?" "I knew exactly what he was doing," Johnson, 36, said. Then Billy Eisengrein of Rescue 2, another Brooklyn fire company, and McWilliams' childhood friend from Staten Island, jumped in, "You need a hand?" The three firefighters quickly found a perfect spot -- a single flagpole anchored in the rubble about 20 feet off the ground on West Street. They climbed a makeshift ramp so they could easily raise the flag in its new home. It was at that moment that Record photographer Thomas E. Franklin spotted the three from a distance. Only two days had passed since that moment. The World Trade Center death and chaos were still fresh in the minds of McWilliams and Johnson as they sat in the noisy kitchen in the Flatbush firehouse recalling how the three firefighter friends -- Johnson from Rockaway Beach, McWilliams from Long Island, and Eisengrein from Staten Island -acted as one. "A big part of this is maintaining the unity of the whole team," McWilliams said. His eyes filled with tears as he remembered the hellish day New York's firefighters experienced right after the Twin Towers' collapse, and their lack of progress in finding survivors. "Everybody just needed a shot in the arm," he said, pausing to regain his composure. The photo was the shot seen round the world. It has run on many American newspaper front pages, including the New York Post, the Baltimore Sun, and Providence Journal, and has been shown on network television. McWilliams and Johnson said they didn't raise the flag to solicit personal attention. They didn't expect to get any phone calls or comments from friends and family. They were
unaware they were being photographed. It was a spur-of-the-moment decision that started with McWilliams. Though few firefighters remained in the evacuation area at that moment, Johnson said he recalls hearing comments after the flag went up. "A few guys yelled out 'good job' and 'way to go.' " And although he hadn't given the hoisting much thought, McWilliams remembered, "Every pair of eyes that saw that flag got a little brighter."
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9/11 by the Numbers
9/11 by the Numbers Death, destruction, charity, salvation, war, money, real estate, spouses, babies, and other September 11 statistics
The initial numbers are indelible: 8:46 a.m. and 9:02 a.m. Time the burning towers stood: 56 minutes and 102 minutes. Time they took to fall: 12 seconds. From there, they ripple out. Total number killed in attacks (official figure as of 9/5/02): 2,819 Number of firefighters and paramedics killed: 343 Number of NYPD officers: 23 Number of Port Authority police officers: 37 Number of WTC companies that lost people: 60 Number of employees who died in Tower One: 1,402 Number of employees who died in Tower Two: 614 Number of employees lost at Cantor Fitzgerald: 658 Number of U.S. troops killed in Operation Enduring Freedom: 22 Number of nations whose citizens were killed in attacks: 115 Ratio of men to women who died: 3:1 Age of the greatest number who died: between 35 and 39 Bodies found "intact": 289 Body parts found: 19,858 Number of families who got no remains: 1,717 Estimated units of blood donated to the New York Blood Center: 36,000 Total units of donated blood actually used: 258 Number of people who lost a spouse or partner in the attacks: 1,609 Estimated number of children who lost a parent: 3,051 Percentage of Americans who knew someone hurt or killed in the attacks: 20 FDNY retirements, January–July 2001: 274 Estimated amount of money raised for funds dedicated to NYPD and FDNY families: $500 million Percentage of total charity money raised going to FDNY and NYPD families: 25 Average benefit already received by each FDNY and NYPD widow: $1 million Percentage increase in law-school applications from 2001 to 2002: 17.9 Percentage increase in Peace Corps applications from 2001 to 2002: 40 Percentage increase in CIA applications from 2001 to 2002: 50 FDNY retirements, January–July 2002: 661 Number of firefighters on leave for respiratory problems by January 2002: 300 Number of funerals attended by Rudy Giuliani in 2001: 200 Number of FDNY vehicles destroyed: 98 Tons of debris removed from site: 1,506,124 Days fires continued to burn after the attack: 99 Jobs lost in New York owing to the attacks: 146,100 Days the New York Stock Exchange was closed: 6 Point drop in the Dow Jones industrial average when the NYSE reopened: 684.81 Days after 9/11 that the U.S. began bombing Afghanistan: 26 Total number of hate crimes reported to the Council on American-Islamic Relations nationwide since 9/11: 1,714 Economic loss to New York in month following the attacks: $105 billion Estimated cost of cleanup: $600 million FEMA money spent on the emergency: $970 million Estimated amount donated to 9/11 charities: $1.4 billion Estimated amount of insurance paid worldwide related to 9/11: $40.2 billion Estimated amount of money needed to overhaul lower-Manhattan subways: $7.5 billion Amount of money recently granted by U.S. government to overhaul lower-Manhattan subways: $4.55 billion
Number of songs Clear Channel Radio considered "inappropriate" to play after 9/11: 150 Number of mentions of 9/11 at the Oscars: 26 Apartments in lower Manhattan eligible for asbestos cleanup: 30,000 Number of apartments whose residents have requested cleanup and testing: 4,110 Number of Americans who changed their 2001 holiday-travel plans from plane to train or car: 1.4 million Estimated number of New Yorkers suffering from post-traumatic-stress disorder as a result of 9/11: 422,000 
Life After Religion
Life After Religion
Freedom from beliefs that cripple the mind and kill the spirit
Reviews for Dan Clark’s “Life After Religion”:
“The author is to be commended for coming forward with his tale of abuse, violence and insanity. This chilling and disquieting account should be read by anyone who has left a cult or knows of someone in a cult, as well as their families and loved ones.” —as seen in The New York Times Book Review “A page-turning glimpse into the lifestyle of a Jehovah’s Witness. In sharing his memoir, Clark seeks catharsis and closure. Clark’s portrayal of the life of a Jehovah’s Witness is grounded in a lifelong experience with this often-mysterious faith; anyone who has received a Witness at their door will find Clark’s perspective intriguing. The story is engrossing, and the writing solid. One man’s successful return from a spiritual hell.” -- Kirkus Discoveries “Sure to be controversial and shocking. Clark’s account of his personal experiences with Jehovah’s Witnesses is unnerving and oftentimes shattering. It’s an important book that will be sure to stir a lot of discussion.” -- Janette Owens, Author of Man With a Vengeance “Brilliantly written, the author’s experience with the Watchtower Society is both raw and riveting. Highly recommended.” -- Vivekanand Palavali, M.D., author of A Mindful Life “An important book for all those involved with cults, their members and the families whose lives they touch. Clark shows the strength and fortitude it takes to go against the current when it would be much easier to go with the flow.” -- Wanda Campbell, author of First Sunday in October “Too little information about cults has made its way into public awareness. From the perspective of one who has lived in a cult, this book sheds light on the issues and helps dispel prejudices.” -- Amber Ellis, author of Alta Fay’s Allegiance “This book is a moving account of one man’s journey toward freedom from religious repression” -- Maurice Borrows, author of Freedom After Life “A book that will be the guiding light for those who are looking for a way out from religious cults.” -- Rob McConnell, Host of the Internationally Syndicated Radio Show, The ‘X’ Zone
Reaction to 9-11
Reaction to 9-11
"Thousands of lives were suddenly ended by evil, despicable acts of terror. The pictures of airplanes flying into buildings, fires burning, huge structures collapsing, have filled us with disbelief, terrible sadness and a quiet, unyielding anger.” -- George W. Bush “What's the sense of sending $2 million missiles to hit a $10 tent that's empty?” -- George W. Bush, private Oval Office meeting, September 13, 2001 “War has been waged against us by stealth and deceit and murder. This nation is peaceful, but fierce when stirred to anger. This conflict was begun on the timing and terms of others. It will end in a way, and at an hour, of our choosing.” -- George W. Bush, Speech at National Cathedral, September 14, 2001 “How do I respond when I see that in some Islamic countries there is vitriolic hatred for America? I'll tell you how I respond: I'm amazed. I'm amazed that there is such misunderstanding of what our country is about, that people would hate us. I am, I am -- like most Americans, I just can't believe it. Because I know how good we are, and we've go to do a better job of making our case. We've got to do a better job of explaining to the people in the Middle East, for example, that we don't fight a war against Islam or Muslims. We don't hold any religion accountable. We're fighting evil. And these murderers have hijacked a great religion in order to justify their evil deeds. And we cannot let it stand.” --George W. Bush, press conference “It will not be quick and it will not be easy. Our adversaries are not one or two terrorist leaders, or even a single terrorist organization or network. It's a broad network of individuals and organizations that are determined to terrorize and, in so doing, to deny us the very essence of what we are: free people. They don't live in Antarctica. They work, they train and they plan in countries. They're benefiting from the support of governments. They're benefiting from the support of non-governmental organizations that are either actively supporting them with money, intelligence and weapons or allowing them to function on their territory and tolerating if not encouraging their activities. In either case, it has to stop. We'll have to deal with the networks. One of the ways to do that is to drain the swamp they live in. And that means dealing not only with the terrorists, but those who harbor terrorists. This will take a long, sustained effort. It will require the support of the American people as well as our friends and allies around the world.” -- Donald Rumsfeld, Press Briefing, September 18, 2001 “As the representatives of the people we are here to declare that our resolve has not been weakened by these horrific and cowardly acts.” -- Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle “We're going to find out who did this and we're going after the bastards.” -- Sen. Orrin Hatch "I fully support President Bush's decision to strike Al Qaeda's terrorist network. Now more than ever, we must stand united as a nation and support our President and our military. It is important to remember that this carefully targeted response is not an attack on a religion, nor a nation, but an attack on terrorism. In Congress, we will continue to work with the White House to do what's needed to bring justice to those who committed the heinous and evil attacks of September 11." -- Tom Harkin “You can be sure that the American spirit will prevail over this tragedy." -- Colin Powell “A few months ago, and again this week, bin Laden publicly vowed to publicly wage a terrorist war against America, saying, and I quote, "We do not differentiate between those dressed in military uniforms and civilians. They're all targets." Their mission is murder, and their history is bloody.” -- President Bill Clinton "All of a sudden there were people screaming. I saw people jumping out of the building. Their arms were flailing. I stopped taking pictures and started crying." -- Michael Walters, a free-lance photo journalist in Manhattan. "The city is going to survive, we are going to get through it, It's going to be very, very difficult time. I don't think we yet know the pain that we're going to feel when we find out who we lost, but the thing we have to focus on now is getting this city through this, and surviving and being stronger for it." -- Rudolph Giuliani “The full horror of what has happened in the United States earlier today is now becoming clearer. It is hard even to contemplate the utter carnage and terror which has engulfed so many innocent people. We've offered President Bush and the American people our solidarity, our profound sympathy, and our prayers. But it is plain that citizens of many countries round the world, including Britain, will have been caught up in this terror.” -- British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Interview, September 11, 2001. “Any action taken will be against the terrorist network of Bin Laden.... As for the Taleban, they can surrender the terrorists or face the consequences - and again in any action the aim will be to eliminate their military hardware, cut off their finances, disrupt their supplies, target their troops, not civilians.” -- British Prime Minister Tony Blair “It is with enormous distress that France has just learned of the monstrous attacks?there is no other word for it?that have just struck the United States of America. In these horrifying circumstances, the entire people of France, and I want to emphasize this, stand by the people of
America. They express their friendship and solidarity in this tragedy. Naturally, I want to assure President Bush of my total support. France, as you know, has always condemned and unreservedly condemns terrorism, and considers that terrorism must be combated by all possible means.” -- French President Jacques Chirac, September 11, 2001. “It was with horror that I learned of the abominable terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Washington in which so many innocent people have lost their lives. My government staunchly condemns these acts of terrorism. The German people are at the side of the United States of America in this difficult hour. I wish to express my deep-felt condolences and complete solidarity to you and the American people. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and their families.” -- German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, September 11, 2001. “I was stricken by news and television pictures coming from the United States this morning. It is impossible to fully comprehend the evil that would have conjured up such a cowardly and depraved assault upon thousands of innocent people. There can be no cause or grievance that could ever justify such unspeakable violence. Indeed, such an attack is an assault not only on the targets but an offense against the freedom and rights of all civilized nations.” -- Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien , September 11, 2001. “This morning we were notified about the horrible news of the series of terrorist attacks in the United States, that have left a great trail of destruction. Mexico expresses its condolences to the Government and the American people for the irreparable human losses. We also express our energetic condemnation to these attacks. I have informed President George Bush of our feelings of sorrow and our solidarity in such difficult moments.” -- Mexican President Vicente Fox, , September 11, 2001. “Shocked to learn of the serious attacks against certain areas in New York City and Washington D.C. on September 11, which caused horrendous casualty, I wish to express, on behalf of the Chinese Government and people, our deepest sympathy and solicitude to you and, through you, to the Government and people of the United States. I wish also to extend our condolences to the families of the victims. The Chinese Government has consistently condemned and rejected all forms of terrorist violence.” --Chinese President Jiang Zemin, September 11, 2001.
We take it so close to heart because we all know what it is. Points of contention between the United States and Russia seem like minor disputes between neighbors that fade in the face of such great sorrow, which unites people. -- Valentina Nikitina, Russian economist
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The Resonance Key
Marie D Jones & Larry Flaxman
What if the true nature of reality were like an onion, made up of layer upon layer that, when peeled back, would reveal a creative, selfregenerating, weblike core? A center that could contain the whole of all that is, was, and will be? As physicists search for a Theory of Everything, those who dare explore the paranormal are similarly searching for a unifying theory to explain the vast unknown, from UFOs, ghosts, and cryptoids to clairvoyance, remote viewing, and teleportation.How do these things occur? Where do they come from? What triggers their manifestation in our simple, three-dimensional reality? Scientists and paranormal researchers alike are looking to resonance as the theory that could bridge the gap between science and the supernatural...and explain every facet of reality in between. The Resonance Key dives into the most amazing new ideas, theories, and research that link vibration, mind, and matter, including:
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Poems for 9/11
110 Stories By Sasha Taylor
110 stories fell on top of me today, I didn’t think the pain would ever go away. When it finally did I realized where I was at, Sitting at the gates of Heaven was exactly where I sat. I tried to remember; at last it finally came, Could this be a joke? Is this some sick twisted game? A loud explosion from upstairs, People panic and start to yell, A man in a wheel chair starts to cry, All I could think of was I was going to die. Step after Step we ran from our fears, I thought I would drown from the flow of our tears. People started panicking and going insane, I knew exactly what they were feeling for I felt their pain. Nobody knew what happened, All we knew was we didn’t have long, To get out of the building before it was collapsed and gone. All of a sudden I felt the ground start to shake, None of this was real it was totally fake. Then the floors started to fall, I froze from panic, and couldn’t believe what I saw. The smoke was so thick I couldn’t see, Why in the world was this happening to me? My life is now gone; on this earth I have no more time, Even though I'm innocent I never committed the crime. Then I pray for all my friends, as I watch their family's and our world come to an END! I'm nobody special. I'm just an American.
WAR By Sasha Taylor
The countless hours pass me by, As the memories of lost Americans slowly die. Today is peaceful, tomorrow who knows? War is uncertain, that's how it goes. I can imagine the towers falling to the ground, Shrieks of panic circulate from all around. It can't be stopped now, Its useless to try. We can sit around amazed, While fellow Americans die. Right now during this time, Americans are referred to us a "team." When were not in this type of mess, that's not how things seem. But for us who are left, please sit down and pray, Not only for the victims and their families, but thank God for sparing your life that day. Although nothing like this has happened to us in years, Now America is being flooded with the flow of our tears. The U.S. won't stand for this, We're independent and strong. We need to get to the bottom of this, before more innocent people are gone.
Who Am I By Kimberly Dunne
I am no one special. I'm the little boy that gives up his favorite teddy bear so that a stranger might be comforted. I'm the single mother who has been trying to teach her child to sleep in their own bed, who holds them tight long into the night, thanking God it wasn't her child that died. I'm the old man, angry and resentful that his military doesn't want him because of his age. I'm the teenage girl that spends hours cutting ribbons for others to wear as a symbol of remembrance. I'm the young man who doesn't understand why his father was running up the stairs as the building fell, trying to save just one more person, instead of saving himself. I'm the old woman who will never see her grandchild again. I'm the little girl, playing with her doll, who can't understand when someone screams hateful things at her because of where her family is from. I'm the police officer, trying to keep idiotic reporters safe, when his wife is still among the missing. I'm the fire fighter that called in sick that day, only to discover that someone else died in his place. I'm the man who survived the falling building only to learn that his sister and baby niece were in the plane. I'm the secretary, angered by the seemingly callous response of those around her. I'm a spelunker, who is climbing down into the remains of a building, hoping to find someone still alive. I'm the dog handler, searching for bodies, that has to comfort my animal when only death remains. I'm the woman who stands in line for five hours in order to give blood, hoping to help strangers in need. I'm the man who gets up and goes to work every day, in spite of the tragedy, because he still has a family to feed. I'm the first passenger to get back on a plane, even though I'm terrified, because I know somebody has to be first. Who am I?
The Lost By Sasha Taylor
We mourn the lost, We sit and cry. We were the fortunate ones, We didn't die. They suffered, They went through pain. We watched it on T.V., While they went insane. Now we must fight; we must die, While they watch; while they stand by.
Remembering September 11th by Lisa Ponder
Bombs dropped on our town, and two beautiful buildings came down. All the people started to frown. You can hear them all through the night. I huddle in a corner frozen with fright. The lights have gone out; it's a power cut. I cover my ears, and my eyes are held shut. I hear the sirens; I hear a crash. I hear more people crying in a bash. I feel for mother; I cry her name. I feel a warm puddle, and the war is to blame. Oh, isn't that a shame? I sit and weep all through the night. Wondering how September 11th could have been such a fright. Holding my mother's body oh so tight.
Remember 9/11 Prayer
Compiled by a Navy Chaplain Almighty God, the past year will be indelibly inscribed in our memories. We looked with horror on the terrorist attacks of last September 11th. But we looked with honor on acts of courage by ordinary people who sacrificed themselves to prevent further death and destruction. We shed our tears in a common bond of grief for those we loved and lost. We journeyed through a dark valley, but your light has led us to a place of hope. You have turned our grief into determination. We are resolved to do what is good, and right, and just. Help us to remember what it means to be Americans— a people endowed with abundant blessings. Help us to cherish the freedoms we enjoy and inspire us to stand with courage, united as one Nation in the midst of any adversity. Lord, hear this prayer for our Nation. Amen.
Prayers for 9/11
Lastly, I pray for every peace lover in this world. May God break the cycle of violence to make a difference for His Peace and Grace in this sinful world. GOD BLESS AMERICA.
A Prayer for Unity
Reverend Wintley Phipps pray today that from the ashes will rise a new spirit of beauty and unity in America. Already, all across this nation our hearts have been knit together into a new tapestry of one America. Because of this tragedy, we have been bound together by a silver chord of hope and brotherhood and sisterhood. What was meant to drive us apart has really drawn us together. May we always remember. And so today we ask, God, that you would wipe the tears of all in need of comfort. That you would warm the heart of one who would grow cold from bitterness. That you would lift the head of that one who is bowed down in sadness. That you would touch the discouraged and remind them that love will always conquer hate. We thank you, God, for making us such a resilient people. We know that we are. And we pray now for the strength to rise again, to build again, and to live free from fear. We pray that you will help us rebuild our broken lives and mend our broken hearts. We pray that you will give us the courage to face evil and the faith to believe that good will never be defeated. Hold us close to your heart. And through our tears, and through our sorrow, may we all see a new vision of a new tomorrow.
From his address to a General Audience September 12, 2001 Pope John Paul II
Brothers and Sisters, in great dismay, before the horror of destructive violence, but strong in the faith that has always guided our fathers, we turn to the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, salvation of his people, and with the confidence of children, pray that He will come to our aid in these days of mourning and innocent suffering. 1. For the Churches of the East and the West, and in particular for the Church in the United States of America so that, though humbled by loss and mourning, yet inspired by the Mother of the Lord, strong woman beside the cross of her Son, they may foster the will for reconciliation, peace, and the building of the civilization of love. 2. For all those who bear the name of Christian, so that, in the midst of many persons who are tempted to hatred and doubt, they will be witnesses to the presence of God in history and the victory of Christ over death. 3. For the leaders of nations, so that they will not allow themselves to be guided by hatred and the spirit of retaliation, but may do everything possible to prevent new hatred and death, by bringing forth works of peace. 4. For those who are weeping in sorrow over the loss of relatives and friends, that in this hour of suffering they will not be overcome by sadness, despair and vengeance, but continue to have faith in the victory of good over evil, of life over death. 5. For those suffering and wounded by the terrorist acts, that they may return to stability and health and, appreciating the gift of life, may generously foster the will to contribute to the well being of every human being. 6. For our brothers and sisters who met death in the folly of violence, that they find sure joy and life everlasting in the peace of the Lord, that their death may not be in vain but become a leaven bringing forth a season of brotherhood and collaboration among peoples. O Almighty and merciful God, you cannot be understood by one who sows discord, you cannot be accepted by one who loves violence: look upon our painful human condition tried by cruel acts of terror and death, comfort your children and open our hearts to hope, so that our time may again know days of serenity and peace. Through Christ our Lord. Amen
Prayers - Specific for September 11,2001 A Prayer for USA
David Cohen I pray for the survivors of the attack on September 11, 2001. I pray for the families who have lost loved ones. I pray for the rescue workers and police on the scene. I pray for the doctors and nurses caring for the hurting. I pray for the reporters who work through intense emotion to bring us the pictures and news of the day. I pray for the President and other elected leaders who so desperately need wisdom from beyond themselves. I pray for the pastors in Washington and New York who care first-hand for the spiritual needs of those who have experienced this great tragedy. I pray for the military and intelligence agencies who seek to find out who would do this so they might be brought to justice. I pray for our nation -- that this event will bring us together and turn our thoughts toward helping each other to fight and VANISH the terrorism out of the world. I pray for all those who might be tempted to think that violence accomplishes anything of lasting value. We've seen too much of it in the recent years.
Prayer At Time Of Adversity
An Inuit Indian Prayer I think over again my small adventures. My fears, Those small ones that seemed so big, For all the vital things I had to get and reach. And yet there is only one great thing, The only thing, To live to see the great day that dawns And the light that fills the world. 
Asbestos causes a deadly cancer
Asbestos exposure at Ground Zero after 9-11
On September 11th, 2001, terrorists attacked the World Trade Center in New York City. Thousands of lives were lost as the towers collapsed rapidly, and our nation watched in horror as their friends and family members were claimed by one of the most devastating blows our nation has ever experienced. As the towers collapsed, they left nothing but debris and rubble, later to be known as "ground zero". Rescue teams were quickly formed of policemen, firefighters and volunteers, who worked to save as many lives as possible after the attacks. However, while the heroic efforts to rescue those trapped in the debris were of the bravest our nation has ever seen, few realized that deadly toxins, like asbestos, were released into the air after the towers collapsed. These poisonous air pollutants have been known to cause lung cancer and the deadly mesothelioma. Thousands of people were exposed to the airborne toxins after the attack on the World Trade Center, including those who survived the collapse, first responders, those who lived near the towers, and even the workers who were hired to help clean up the rubble left behind. Additionally, as the debris and damaged buildings found at ground zero burned for several months after the attacks, thousands of heavy metals and carcinogens such as barium, mercury and asbestos, were released into the atmosphere. Countless people exposed to the pollution are suffering from symptoms of respiratory illnesses today, years after the attacks, like difficulty breathing, coughing, asthma, and even lung cancer and mesothelioma. As the years pass, more and more it has become obvious that more and more of our citizens have been infected with cancer and respiratory disease. While still considered to be rare, instances of mesothelioma have undoubtedly increased in number. Asbestos, an organically occurring mineral, is the only known cause of mesothelioma. Once mined and used industrially because of its resistance to heat and flexibility, the health effects of the mineral were not fully understood until the later part of the twentieth century. Because of this, asbestos was used throughout the 1900's in building and construction materials, shipyards, and automobiles. Additionally, because asbestos is a mineral found on most continents worldwide, very small quantities exist in our atmosphere naturally. However, after the World Trade Center collapsed, the levels of airborne asbestos found in New York City were approximately 93,000 times higher than the typical amount of asbestos found it the air, making the risk of both exposure and illness extremely high. The New York State Department of Health released a study in the beginning of 2008, stating that in the seven years since the attacks on the World Trade Center, approximately 200 of those initially exposed to the pollutants at ground zero have passed away. The study also states that at least 55 of these workers were victims of lung cancer, and of all those exposed to the dust and debris after the attacks, at least 62% of people report trouble breathing and other respiratory complications. For more information on lung and asbestos cancer please see the resources at Asbestos.com. While the use of asbestos in buildings has been banned in most cases for many years, it can be difficult to understand why there were so many toxins released into the air after September 11th. When the New York Port Authority first began building the World Trade Center, the lower 40 floors of the building were originally supposed to be crafted using 5,000 tons of asbestos fireproofing to help support the buildings. However, as the health hazards associated with asbestos exposure became better known, builders decided to not to construct the building using the amount of asbestos they initially had planned to. Later on after the buildings were completely erected, more than half the asbestos originally used was replaced with safer materials. Today, it has been suggested that the twin towers may not have collapsed as rapidly as they did had there been a larger amount of asbestos used in their construction. However, using a greater quantity of asbestos would only release greater quantities of the asbestos fibers into the air, making illness and disease even more common. Though much of the asbestos initially used during building was removed from the World Trade Center, it was still one of the most common materials used in the erection of the towers. Because of this, the attack caused over 2,000 tons of microscopic asbestos fibers to be released into the air. Workers were advised that the fibers are invisible to the naked eye, and to wear protective equipment which would help keep them safe from exposure. However, many of those who were at ground zero, including volunteers, on lookers, first responders and rescue workers, were not wearing safety equipment and were exposed to asbestos fibers without their knowledge. When ingested or inhaled, asbestos fibers become lodged in the mesothelial tissue in the body, or the protective membranes that line the bodyâ€™s internal organs. While mesothelioma is most commonly found in the lining of the lungs (pleural mesothelioma), it can also affect the lining of the heart (pericardial mesothelioma), and the lining of the abdomen (peritoneal mesothelioma). When exposure to asbestos occurs, the fibers enter the body and act like splinters in the mesothelial membranes. Over time, as scarring and irritation occur, symptoms of respiratory illness will also become present. These symptoms include difficulty breathing, coughing, fever, and chest pain. However, mesothelioma has an extremely long latency period, meaning that the disease oftentimes has no symptoms whatsoever for 10-15 years after the initial exposure to asbestos occurred. Even worse, mesothelioma can be difficult to diagnose because of the vagueness of the symptoms, and because patients fail to inform their physicians of exposure to asbestos. For more information on pleural mesothelioma and mesothelioma treatment please see the resources at Asbestos.com. Every year, over 10,000 people in the United States die from complications related to asbestos exposure. If you or someone you know
was exposed to the dust and debris near ground zero, or if you were a first responder or worker at the site, it is extremely important that you visit your physician promptly for a health screening and testing. Inform your doctor that you may have been exposed to asbestos. When asbestos-related ailments are caught early, the possibility of treatment is much greater and your disease can be more easily managed. Today, both first responders and workers who helped to remove the debris from ground zero have the option of participating in the World Trade Center Medical Monitoring and Treatment Program. Completely confidential and free, this program has been created to help those who were exposed to the dust and rubble to be tested for health problems related to their exposure. Please visit The Asbestos and Mesothelioma Center for more information on mesothelioma and lung cancer. 
Last Generation To Die
Provocative New Fiction
The Last Generation to Die
by Marc L. Paulsen
Charlie Carr is a Pulitzer Prize winning reporter deeply devoted to his ten year old daughter who is dying of a fatal disease. During the investigation of the mysterious circumstances surrounding the crash of a luxury private airliner he uncovers a biotechnology company that has discovered the cure for many of the most serious of human diseases through the use of stem cell technology. The deeper he digs the more complex and risky things become. Soon he finds himself the subject of an investigation and then targeted for murder as he methodically uncovers a conspiracy between the super rich and the highest levels of government to keep humanity’s most sought after treasure exclusively for themselves. ISBN 978-0-9821047-5-0 Soft cover price $14.95 Also available as an eBook. $7.99 Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders and bookstores worldwide
The Day the Towers Fell
by Maureen Crethan Santora Illustrated by Patricia Santora Cardona It will be a day that will never be forgotten... A touching remembrance of 9/11, The Day The Towers Fell is a mother's poignant tribute to her firefighter son who, along with many heroic and brave comrades, died on that fateful day. Christopher Santora was a dutiful young man, and Maureen Santora's only son, who joined the New York Fire Academy and became a firefighter in January 2001. He would die a hero months later on September 11, 2001. So that the world would never forget, Maureen wrote a book - a colorfully illustrated picture book with artwork by her daughter Patricia - to recall the events of 9/11. First, it describes and shows the everyday scenes before the tragedy took place. It was the first day of school, after all, and some people were late for office - which may have helped save their lives. Then there are the not-so-ordinary scenes during and after the attacks, the planes crashing into the towers, and the panic and terror that were sown on the city's inhabitants. But it also recounts how regular citizens became heroes in their city's time of need, and highlights how goodness and decency will always be there to fight evil and hatred. More than just a book, The Day the Towers Fell is a memorial - to those who died and those who willingly gave up their lives to save as many as they could. And while they may be no longer with us, they are always with us in our hearts - forever remembered.
My Son Christopher
A 9/11 Mother’s Tale of Remembrance
by Maureen Crethan Santora Illustrated by Megan Elizabeth Santora Close to three thousand innocent people died on September 11, 2001. It was a day that shocked the nation and reminded all of us that hatred only brings devastation to everyone. That same day, author Maureen Crethan Santora got the shock of her life when she learned that her son Christopher, a fireman, died on the line of duty trying to save lives in New York City. With the release of her new book My Son Christopher: A 9/11 Mother's Tale of Remembrance, she invites readers on a journey filled with emotions and passion. My Son Christopher is a special tribute that symbolizes one mother's love and memory of her departed son. Readers will meet Christopher, who was born to a joyful couple who loved him unconditionally the rest of his life. Through the years, Christopher grew up with the many blessings of life like having lots of friends, playing lots of games, learning a lot at school and more. When he becomes an adult, he follows his dream to become a firefighter like his father. In February 2001, Christopher's dream was fulfilled. Since 9/11, he has long been a part of history. This book is dedicated to parents who have lost a son or a daughter. All of the proceeds of this book will be donated to the Christopher A. Santora Educational Scholarship Fund.
Charity Helps Heal Families of 9/11
or make a difference. She knew other 9/11 widows had started funds, several of them with the Community Foundation. She started the Lt. Gregg Atlas Foundation to support and promote recreational, vocational and wellness programs for adults with autism. It is, Atlas said, inspired by 9/11. "What they did that day — we saw evil. (The victims and heroes) were just ordinary people, and they just did what they had to do. We're just building on that," Atlas said. "It's hard to fathom. You'd give anything to go back, but you can't. You have to find a way to do something positive." The work in Washingtonville started soon after the towers fell. Volunteers formed a committee to build a memorial to five Washingtonville men, all FDNY — firefighters Mark Whitford, Gerard Nevins and Robert Hamilton, Lt. Glenn Perry and Battalion Chief Dennis Devlin — who died trying to rescue others at the World Trade Center. "They sold calendars and bricks, and all sorts of stuff" to raise money, said John Salka Jr., an FDNY battalion chief and a committee member. On Sept. 7, 2002, they finished their tribute, stunning black granite monuments with etchings of the towers and a firefighter shielded by an angel. A semicircle of black granite topped with brass replicas of the firefighters' helmets fronts the display. The monuments sit on a Maltese cross made of red bricks commemorating each firefighter, EMT and police officer killed in the attack. The committee also set up the Washingtonville 5 WTC Firefighters Memorial Fund. "Now, the scholarships are the primary purpose of the fund," Salka said. Each year, five Washingtonville High School seniors are awarded $500 each, based in part on essays about the meaning of 9/11. "It means different things to them now," he said. "The kids who are seniors now were little kids when this happened."  -Firefighter Michael Foundation (Staten Island) Cammarata -The Tommy Dowd Memorial Fund – Tom Dowd Scholarship and charitable donations -Firefighter Thomas J. Foley Memorial Scholarship Fund – scholarships for dependent children of active or retired FDNY firefighters or officers -Pete Freund Memorial Fields – to raise money to build a youth athletic complex, with Minisink schools -Lt. John Ginley Memorial Scholarship Fund – for graduating seniors at Warwick Valley High School who demonstrate commitment to volunteer work and community service -Stephen Harrell Memorial Fund -Edward Mazzella Jr. Foundation -The Gerry Nevins Foundation – helps recently widowed parents in Rockland and Orange counties, who have dependent children under 21, pay rent or mortgage for three months -The Glenn Perry Foundation -Rescue 3 Fallen Heroes 9/11 Scholarship Fund: in memory of FDNY firefighters Thomas Foley, Thomas Gambino, Ray Meisenheimer, Christopher Blackwell, Don Regan, Gerry Schrang and Joseph Spor. Funds a scholarship to children of any Rescue 3 firefighter who are survivors of a qualified disaster, with special consideration to children of firefighters assigned to Rescue 3 on Sept. 11, 2001 - Washingtonville 5 WTC Scholarship Fund – created by family, friends, neighbors and fellow firefighters to honor the memory of FDNY firefighters and Washingtonville residents Dennis Devlin, Glenn Perry, Mark Whitford, Gerry Nevins and Robert Hamilton. Scholarships given annually to five students graduating from Washingtonville High School. A separate memorial fund goes toward upkeep of the Washingtonville 5 WTC Firefighters Memorial in Washingtonville. 
Charity helps heal families of 9/11 Victims
Scholarship funds a way to remember the fallen
By Heather Yakin Times Herald-Record
MIDDLETOWN — Eight years have passed since the terror and the tragedy, but when the sky is clear, and that perfect shade of blue, it seems like eight days. Through these years, the families have mourned and remembered. Communities built monuments to honor the dead. And some of the families have found another way to honor those they lost to the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001: They have established scholarships and charitable funds. "I think sometimes, when they do this, they get to see positive things come out of it," said Karen VanHouten, executive director of the Community Foundation. Bill and Mary Bratton's daughter Michelle Bratton was among those killed on 9/11. A year out of college, she was pursuing a post-graduate degree in teaching at Mount Saint Mary College. In the meantime, she wanted to be a part of New York City, and she'd taken a job in August with Cantor Fitzgerald. She was thrilled to be working at the World Trade Center. After the attacks, donations poured in to her parents and to Pine Bush High School in her memory. The school suggested a scholarship fund, and the Brattons worked with a then-new organization called the Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan. The non-profit sets up and administers charitable funds. "There's something about going out every June to hand out that scholarship that makes you feel so good," Bill Bratton said. "Our vision is that Michelle's name will live in perpetuity." Bill Bratton is now on the Community Foundation's board of directors, and Mary Bratton volunteers for the group. "God's plan is what it is," Bill Bratton said. "The only choice you really have is what you do with it." In the years after her husband, FDNY Lt. Gregg Atlas, died in the towers, JoAnn Atlas threw herself into caring for her family — son Gregg, now in college; and daughter Sarah, now 20, who has autism. She has gone to 9/11 memorials and visited her husband's Station 10, next to the WTC site. But her focus was on keeping her family going. Then in January, she got a letter from the program where Sarah lives. When she turns 21, they may not be able to keep her enrolled, because there is little funding for adults. There were two choices, Atlas said: do nothing,
Funds and foundations set up in memory of those killed on 9/11
Lt. Gregg A. Atlas Memorial Foundation – raising money to foster programs for adults with autism -Richard Bosco Memorial Scholarship Fund – for Suffern High School students with financial need who share his personal attributes; graduating seniors who plan to attend SUNY Geneseo. -Michelle R. Bratton Memorial Scholarship Fund – annual scholarship for Pine Bush High School senior who, like Michelle, is a member of National Honor Society and is either an athlete on the women's swimming and diving team or a member of the chorus
Arthur Bernard, PhD - Dreams
Arthur Bernard, PhD
“"I have had many unique and original ideas that have come through my dreams."
Author of God Has No Edges, Dreams Have No Boundaries and the dream programming series, Dreams: The Wisdom in Sleep, Dr. Bernard is a pioneer in the field of dream work. He’s been a clinician, guest lecturer, seminar leader and media expert on the topic for twenty-five years. He has addressed audiences ranging from the Walt Disney Studios, and the Los Angeles Times to the Association of Humanistic Psychology and the National Organization of Women Business Owners. He also hosted his own radio talk show, “Dream Talk,” in Los Angeles. For the past several years Dr. Bernard was employed by a professional education service company that sponsored his Dream Workshops for mental health professionals. His lengthy clinical experience has provided a strong theoretical and practical foundation for discussing dreams in a lay format. Aside from his private practice in Sherman Oaks, Calif., Dr. Bernard founded and ran the Dream Center in The San Fernando Valley, Calif., where he taught people in both individual and group settings how to recall, use and understand their dreams to enrich their lives Dr. Bernard takes dreams from the mystical and incomprehensible realm and makes them practical and plausible. He is known for his ability to take the mystery out of dream work, has a delightful teaching style, keen sense of humor, and creates a supportive atmosphere where learning is playful as well as challenging. He also has a strong Jungian orientation in his dream work.
“Arthur Bernard is one of the best Dream Interpreters that I have had on The ’X’ Zone Radio Show” - Rob McConnell
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Some Faces of 9/11
Mitch Battros & Earth Changes Media
by Mitch Barrros
In most scientific journals a description of the Sun and a description of the Earth may go something like what you will see in the introduction chapter of the book. The Sun-Earth connection is not a new theory. It has long been known there is some method of relation between what happens on the Sun, and its slow methodical effect in the way of climate on Earth... What this book scientifically with empirical data lays out will turn current charts, graphs, and formulas on its head. The word that groups all scientific methodologies into one is "Paradigm". Webster’s Revised Dictionary definition: Paradigm – "A set of assumptions, concepts, values, and practices that constitutes a way of viewing reality for the community that shares them, especially in an intellectual discipline." Solar Rain brilliantly lays out chapter by chapter a Sun-Earth causal effect which occurs within hours of its initial event. It develops so rapidly, that what happens on the Sun, can effect what happens on the Earth before many of you will finish the first three chapters. In the famous venue of the slow awakening giant, the worlds solar scientists are playing ‘catch-up’ to a new (which is old) understanding of the symbiotic and closely knit relationship between what happens on the Sun, and what can cause almost immediate problems on Earth. Until now, and partly due to my ‘Equation’ published in 1997, scientists would measure causal events in "decades and centuries". My Equation suggest what occurs on the Sun is made manifest on Earth within "hours and days". This new concept shifts the current paradigm from what has traditionally been measured in the way of "climate" as it relates to cycles, to what is now being measured in the way of "weather". Weather indicates causal events which is measured in hours, days, and weeks.
Sunspots => Solar Flares => Magnetic Field Shift => Shifting Ocean and Jet Stream Currents => Extreme Weather and Human Disruption (mitch battros) Mitch Battros has taken intense precautions to carefully weave the threads of science (new), with ancient text (old), to deliver the most accurate and factual science based material bringing you to the window of change. Here you will see the making of a new paradigm which is rare and is unfolding in our lifetime.
ABOUT MITCH BATTROS:
Mitch Battros began production of his syndicated television show "Earth Changes TV" in 1995. In November 2002, he switched to radio broadcasting and presents a “live” one hour broadcast every Tuesday and Thursday from 9 PM to 10 PM (Pacific). This show can be reached from anywhere in the world via the internet. “A Moment of Clarity” : On January 3rd 1995 Mitch experienced his first ever earthquake, which measured at 5.3 magnitude near his home located in Seattle, Washington. It was almost immediately after this profound ‘shaking moment’ he knew his journey was to help people prepare for coming earth changing events. Within three months of his ‘moment of clarity’, Mitch signed up for training with the Red Cross Disaster Team, Mental Health Unit. Soon after, he also joined the Emergency Management Office and conducts field trainings. Mitch produces a multimedia presentation detailing the ongoing unfolding which evidence earth changing events are real and increasing. He also uses his seasoned background as a Certified Trauma Resolution Therapist and Emergency Management Trainer, to outline what people are likely to go through as events escalate. Mitch has become one of the leading researchers related to the Sun - Earth connection. He published his “Equation” in 1997 showing this simple to understand relationship. His unique contribution suggest for the first time, a 48 to 72 hour causal effect to “weather” measured in hours, days and weeks. This has caused the scientific community to re-calibrate their paradigm from the better known theory related to “climate”, which is measured in decades, centuries and millennia. His ongoing research in this area embraces the ancient study of Mayan and Hopi Prophecy as well as many other spiritual disciplines. “When it comes to hearing the facts, and only the facts from members of the ‘established’ scientific community, Mitch Battros and Earth Changes Media is one of this planet’s greatest resources.” - Rob McConnell, Host & Executive Producer, The ‘X’ Zone Radio
Navigating The Healthcare Maze
There is no “hotter” topic today than healthcare. The Presidential candidates talked about it in their stump speeches and in their ads. Health insurance is the most sought after benefit employees seek, as costs continue to skyrocket and the number of uninsured Americans keeps growing (47 million in 2006, according to a special report issued by the U.S. Census in August, 2007.) And while many of us feel loyal to our own doctors, we constantly complain about a healthcare experience we have – be it in a hospital, emergency room or being a new patient in a specialists’ practice. It all just seems so overwhelming…is there really anything we can do to change things? The answer is a resounding “yes”, and Navigating the Healthcare Maze-What You Need to Know tells you how. This book is a wake-up call to all of us. It is about being a better advocate when it comes to your own health. Take your health matters into your own hands; as Jeff likes to say, become the best “consumer-patient” possible. Be prepared. Ask questions. Don’t automatically accept the first treatment plan or even diagnosis – especially if it makes you feel uncomfortable. The author is not suggesting that you be combative toward your physician. Quite the contrary. However, he does want you to create a dialogue with your health care providers in which you ask educated questions. He advises you to come into their office completely prepared. The doctor-patient relationship works both ways!. Commitment to being well prepared and empowered is so vitally important in all our daily lives but no more important than today within our present economic crises. Jeff’s writing style is full of entertaining story telling and practical tips on how you can effectively navigate, and ultimately create a straight path to good health. This book is a call-to-action for you – the consumer-patient. You are in charge of your good health!
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“Jeff Knott has written a truly enlightening book. This is a must read for anyone contemplating a medical adventure and who isn’t! The insight and suggestions contained in the book are a valuable compendium for what to do, questions to ask and knowledge into the complex world of medicine for those in need of medical care”. Hugo A. Keim, MD Former Professor of Orthopaedics and Chief of Spinal Surgery Columbia University, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, New York City, N.Y.
was born in England and graduated from Loughborough University with a BSc degree. After immigrating to the United States, he received a Masters Degree at Western Kentucky University and an Executive MBA at the University of South Florida. He participated in the Harvard Business School’s Multinational Marketing Senior Executive Program in Vevey, Switzerland. He spent 20 years with Johnson and Johnson, in their Professional Products Division, identifying and developing international distributorships. For a time he was based in Brazil before becoming International Marketing Director, Professional Products Division. While at Johnson and Johnson, he conducted business in over 100 countries, growing familiar with the worldwide medical industry. In this capacity, Jeff was instrumental in the development of vital sign systems and catheters worldwide. His experience observing doctors in the Operating Room, whilst developing Johnson and Johnson global business helped pique his interest in helping consumers navigate complex healthcare systems. After leaving Johnson and Johnson, he became President of Jim Walter International Corporation, where he successfully managed the building materials company outside the United States. His career at Jim Walter was followed with his appointment as Vice President, International of Rooms To Go Corporation – currently a leading U.S. furniture retailer.Jeff’s unique combination of worldwide experience in both healthcare and retail has led him to exciting opportunities like lecturing as a visiting professor at a number of universities, appearing on a variety of TV programs, and speaking on international subjects to cross-cultural audiences. Jeff is involved in the community and has sat on a number of boards, including the University of Tampa’s Board of Trustees. He was selected to be a member of the Initiative for Global Development (IGD) co-founded by William Gates Snr– a national alliance of business leaders that champions effective solutions to global poverty.is overall passion for healthcare, which he has observed worldwide, along with his family’s major personal health experiences, has culminated in his personal commitment to make a difference. In his words, he wants all of us to “stay well.”
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Memories of 9/11
I will never forget where I was or what I was doing when I learned the tragic news that America was under attack. I remember the my tears as I watched the towers crumble, as the Pentagon was struck and when Flight 93 was confirmed down in Pennsylvania. I remember saying a silent prayer for those who had lost their lives and for strength for their families. I remember praying for all of the police officers, firefighters, medics and others who ran towards the attacks, doing their best to help their fellow humans. I remember praying for God to give the President of the United States the strength and the wisdom to deal with this senseless act of terror. I remember praying for the swift capture of those responsible for the attacks on the United States of America. I remember saying to myself, “My God, now is the moment when the meaning of Freedom and Democracy will have be changed forever. I remember 9/11. I remember the grief, the loss, the fear, the empty skies, the feeling emptiness, and the love and compassion for the victims and the families of 9/11. I remember 9/11 and I know that I will never forget. I always remember 9/11.
Rob McConnell - Publisher of The ‘X’ Chronicles Newspaper
Omar Rosales - Elemental Shaman
One Man’s Journey into the Heart of Humanity, Spirituality & Ecology
This fascinating true story chronicles one man's journey into the mysteries of spiritual consciousness and indigenous healing practices. In his travels around the globe, Omar W. Rosales witnesses the powerful channeled spirit NiÃ±o Fidencio, receives messages and healing from a Toltec shaman, and experiences a dramatic soul retrieval from a Cherokee spirit walker. Rosales travels to Guatemala, where he meets a Mayan high priestess, or Aj' k'ij, and the secret brotherhoods called Cofradias, whose mission is to guard Maximon, the last living Mayan god. Rosales' last journey is to Bhutan, the Land of the Thunder Dragon, where he spends time with a holy lama. Along the way, Rosales encounters danger, sacred rites, secret rituals, and the guidance of a mysterious dream woman whom he finally meets on the physical plane.
OMAR ROSALES : Author, adventurer, and explorer, Omar writes extensively on the topic of Archaeology,
Culture, and spiritual phenomena. He is best known for his work Elemental Shaman. Combining adventure travel with spirituality, he searches the world for Spiritual Masters to convey their messages for humanity.A student of William R. Fowler, Arthur Demarest, and Edward Fischer, Rosales graduated with an Honors degree in Anthropology and Economics from Vanderbilt University in the late 1990s. After college, he served as a Captain in the United States Marine Corps. His assignments included two overseas tours in Japan. While in law school at The University of Texas School of Law, he began his spiritual quests, first meeting a Toltec shaman who healed with herbs and plants. The next shaman Rosales met was a Cherokee SpiritWalker who practiced soul retrieval in the deserts of Arizona. Rosales then went on to Santiago Atitlan in Guatemala to meet a Maya A'j R'ij or healer-divination specialist. His last journey was to the Land of the Thunder Dragon, the Himalayan Mountain Kingdom of Bhutan to seek out a Holy Lama, a Manchen
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Sadly, the divorce rate in America stands at 45.8% as per The Americans for Divorce Reform. Many Americans treat marriage like gambling; you win some, you lose some, never taking stock of why that is. Well Dr. Alicia Stanton has a few ideas. Millions of Americans are walking around with hormone levels that are totally out of balance and don't even know it. Symptoms can include low sex drive, weight gain, mood swings, fatigue, stress, poor sleep, low energy and memory loss. All of these, contributing factors to our alarmingly high divorce rate. The good news is a treatment is now available, Bioidentical Hormone Therapy. You've got questions, Dr. Alicia Stanton has answers. Read all about it in her new book 'Hormone Harmony' or have her live on your show.
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Interview a woman that made millions during our last recession! Teri Hawkins has found the key to making a fortune, even in the midst of a recession. She discovered that the major obstacle between us and financial freedom is between our ears. Our beliefs about money are either attracting it or pushing it away. Our current financial collapse is evidence of this. Teri will crack the code and help your listeners to stop self-sabotaging and start a dialogue with money that will change their financial future forever. Teri's home study kit 'The Choice' is a nine session, multimedia, catalyst for change. "Teri was a fabulous guest on my radio show! She imparted unique and very insightful advice and down to earth tips on how to create prosperity in our lives. I particularly found her do's and don'ts regarding conversations with money to be very relevant."
Margaret McCraw, Ph.D., MBA - Host/Author of Tune Into Love/healthylife.net Stop being embarrassed by your bad memory!
Dave Farrow, Guinness Record Holder for Greatest Memory
From the special ed room to the pages of the Guinness Book of World Records, Dave's journey has been an inspiring one. Diagnosed with ADHD and dyslexia as a teen, Dave was all but written off. He was told he had a bad memory and limited options in life. He chose not to listen to the so-called experts and blaze his own path. Today Dave Farrow is the World's Foremost Memory Expert and Speed Reader Extraordinaire. Have Dave triple your listener's memory live on the air! All Dave's secrets can be found in 'Millionaire Memory', his six CD home study kit.
Dave Farrow is a terrific guest, he's funny, entertaining and his memory skills will blow your mind. He is up to any challenge, and he'll never disappoint. Dave can also help your listeners with different techniques on how to remember what's most important to you in life. Thanks to Dave I'll never forget my wedding anniversary again. Thanks Dave, I really mean that! Ryan Parker - Q107 Classic Rock with Derringer in the Mornings
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