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Remembering the Victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks

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AMERICAN AIRLINES FLIGHT 77
Paul W. Ambrose • Yeneneh Betru • Mary Jane (MJ) Booth • Bernard Curtis Brown • Charles F. Burlingame • Suzanne M. Calley • William E. Caswell • David M. Charlebois • Sara M. Clark • Asia S. Cottom • James Daniel Debeuneure • Rodney Dickens • Eddie A. Dillard • Charles A. Droz • Barbara G. Edwards • Charles S. Falkenberg • Dana Falkenberg • Zoe Falkenberg • James Joseph Ferguson • Darlene E. Flagg • Wilson F. Flagg • Richard P. Gabriel • Ian J. Gray • Stanley R. Hall • Michele M. Heidenberger • Bryan C. Jack • Steven D. Jacoby • Ann C. Judge • Chandler R. Keller • Yvonne E. Kennedy • Norma Cruz Khan • Karen Ann Kincaid • Dong Chul Lee • Jennifer Lewis • Kenneth E. Lewis • Renee A. May • Dora Marie Menchaca • Christopher C. Newton • Barbara K. Olson • Ruben S. Ornedo • Robert Penninger • Robert R. Ploger • Zandra F. Ploger • Lisa J. Raines • Todd H. Reuben • John P. Sammartino • Diane M. Simmons • George W. Simmons • Mari-Rae Sopper • Robert Speisman • Norma Lang Steuerle • Hilda E. Taylor • Leonard E. Taylor • Sandra D. Teague • Leslie A. Whittington • John D. Yamnicky • Vicki C. Yancey • Shuyin Yang • Yuguang Zheng

5 Responses to Remembering the Victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks

  1. Edward Linehan

    I’m not sure if there’s a relation to the man with the same last name as mine,but it really took me by surprise! I broke down and cried. All
    of those people destroyed for no reason other than religious zeal.September eleventh will always be in my mind and in my heart.My deepest
    sympathy to all the family,friends and loved ones of the unduly departed.

  2. Mike

    Vicki C. Yancey (from this flight) was the sister of one of my colleagues at work. She didn’t like to fly, but she had to go on this trip.
    And to think that some insufferable twits argue that this plane didn’t crash at all. That the whole thing was made up by the government. Tell that to Mrs. Yancey’s two daughters, who terribly miss their mother. Tell that to her husband. Tell that to her sister.
    May they all rest in peace.

  3. Mallory Cason (13 years)

    We were soulmates of friendship since the first day we met. I will never forget the beautiful memories and summer days we spent together. I will never forget the call I got saying you were in the plane that hit the Pentagon. I couldn’t believe I felt like I hade gotten hit by a truck and still to this day I feel that same way even now as I write this. You were such a beautiful person and didn’t relize until you were gone and now regret it. It is amazing to see all of these posts from people who didn’t even know you. To all of you you didn’t know her you were seriously missing out. I love and miss you very much…

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