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Heres your chance.

Lisa King-Johnson -- Mother of 2 beautiful daughters. God bless her and her family she left behind. She is surely missed.
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Re: Remember the fallen

Deora Bodley, 20 year old college junior from California. Was on Flight 93. She was booked for a later flight, but was given a standby ticket for Flight 93.

Posting the names here means something. But I really like Taz's idea in another post commenting on how we can put these names in our Jeeps, making it very similar to a POW/MIA bracelet. Maybe we can all put the name on a peice of laminated paper and stick it on the top edge of the windshield frame. A place that is visible on all Jeeps. At least that is what I will be doing. I am going to copy the pattern used on POW/MIA bracelets.

Deora Bodley
USA 09-11-01 NYC
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Flight 93

Jeremy Glick 31 years old, West Milford, New Jersey.

Flying on business for a sales and marketing company.

University of Rochester graduate was a national collegiate judo champion.

He is survived by his wife; a daughter, Emerson; his parents; three brothers, and two sisters.
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God bless the USA and help the family and friends of the victims...
All my prayers for them today.
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This is the one I was looking for. Watched her many times.

AA Flight 77

Barbara Olson, Age: 45, Great Falls, VA

Conservative commentator and attorney. Former federal prosecutor and served as Chief Investigative Counsel to the House Committee on Government Reform and Oversight during its probe into the Clinton Administration "Travelgate" scandal.

Wife of Solicitor General Ted Olson. Originally been booked on a flight Monday, but delayed her departure because Tuesday was his birthday and she wanted to be with him in the morning.
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I can't really be specific - I lost 343 brothers on that day[img]images/icons/frown.gif[/img]
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Re: Remember the fallen

See now this was a good idea , here are the Fireman , Firefighters ( there`s more than this actually ) who lost thier lives trying to save everyone else`s :

Joseph Agnello
Lt. Brian Ahearn, New York, NY
Eric Allen, Squad 18
Richard Allen
Calixto Anaya
Joseph Angelini, 63, Lindenhurst, NY
Joseph Angello
Faustino Apostol
David Arce
Louis Arena, Ladder 5, 32, New York, NY
Carl Asaro
Lt. Gregg Atlas, New York, NY
Gerald Atwood
Gerard Baptiste
Gerard Barbara
Matthew Barnes
Arthur Barry
Lt. Steven J. Bates, 42, Glendale, NY
Carl Bedigian
Stephen Belson
John Bergin
Paul Beyer
Peter Bielfeld
Brian Bilcher
Carl Bini
Christopher Blackwell
Michael Bocchino
Frank Bonomo
Gary Box
Michael Boyle
Kevin Bracken
Michael Brennan
Peter Brennan, 30, Ronkonkoma, NY
Captain Daniel Brethel, Ladder 24, 43, Farmingdale, NY
Captain Patrick Brown
Andrew Brunn, 28, Ladder 5
Captain Vincent Brunton
Ronald Bucca
Greg Buck
Captain William Burke
Donald Burns
John Burnside
Thomas Butler
Patrick Byrne
George Cain
Salvatore Calabro
Captain Frank Callahan, New York, NY
Michael Cammarata, 22, Huguenot, NY
Brian Cannizzaro
Dennis Carey
Michael Carlo
Michael Carroll
Peter Carroll, Squad 1
Thomas Casoria
Michael Cawley
Vernon Cherry
Nicholas Chiofalo
John Chipura
Michael Clarke
Steven Coakley
Tarel Coleman
John Collins, 42, New York, NY
Robert Cordice
Ruben Correa, New York, NY
James Coyle
Robert Crawford
Dennis Cross, 60, Islip Terrace, NY
Thomas P. Cullen, 31, New York, NY
Robert Curatolo, Ladder 16, 31, New York, NY
Lt. Edward Datri
Michael Dauria
Scott Davidson
Edward Day
Thomas Deangelis, Battalion Commander
Manuel Delvalle
Martin Demeo
David Derubbio
Lt. Andrew Desperito, 30, Patchogue, NY, Engine 1
Dennis Delvin, Battalion Commander, 51, Washingtonville, NY
Gerard Dewan
George Dipasquale
Lt. Kevin Donnelly
Lt. Kevin Dowdell
Ray Downey, Chief of Special Operations Command
Gerard Duffy
Captain Martin Egan, Jr., Division 15
Michael Elferis
Francis Esposito
Lt. Michael Esposito
Robert Evans
John Fanning, Battalion Commander
Capt. Thomas Farino
Terrence Farrell
Capt. Joseph Farrelly
William Feehan, First Deputy Commissioner of Fire Department
Lee Fehling
Alan Feinberg, 48, Marlboro, NJ
Michael Fiore
Lt. John Fischer
Andre Fletcher
John Florio
Lt. Michael Fodor
David Fontana
Robert Foti
Andrew Fredericks
Lt. Peter Freund
Thomas Gambino
Peter J. Ganci, Jr., Fire Department Chief
Lt. Charles Garbarini
Thomas Gardner
Matthew Garvey
Bruce Gary
Gary Geidel
Edward Geraghty
Denis Germain, 33, Tuxedo Park, NY
Lt. Vincent Giammona, 40, Valley Stream, NY
James Giberson, 43, Huguenot, NY
Ronnie E. Gies, 43, Merrick, NY
Paul Gill
John Ginley
Jeffrey Giordano
John Giordano
Keith Glascoe
James Gray, 34, New York, NY
Joseph Grzelak
Jose Guadalupe
Geoffrey E. Guja, 47, Lindenhurst, NY
Lt. Joseph Gullickson, 37, New York, NY
David Halderman, 40, New York, NY
Lt. Vincent Halloran
Robert Hamilton, 43, Washingtonville, NY
Sean Hanley, Ladder 20, 35, New York, NY
Thomas Hannafin, Ladder 5, 36, New York, NY
Dana Hanno
Daniel Harlin
Lt. Harvey Harrell, 49, New York, NY
Lt. Stephen Harrell, 48, New York, NY
Captain Thomas Haskell, 37, Massapequa, NY
Timothy S. Haskell, Squad 18, 34, Seaford, NY
Terence S. Hatton, 41, New York, NY
Michael H. Haub, 34, Roslyn Heights, NY
Lt. Michael Healey, Patchogue, NY
John Heffernan
Ronnie Henderson
Joseph P. Henry, 25, New York, NY
William Henry, Rescue 1, 49, Springfield Gardens, NY
Thomas Hetzel, 33, Elmont, NY
Captain Brian Hickey, Bethpage, NY
Lt. Timothy Higgins, 43, Farmingville, NY
Jonathan Hohmann, 48, Annadale, NY
Thomas P. Holohan, 36, Chester, NY
Joseph Hunter, 32, New York, NY
Captain Walter Hynes, Ladder 13, 46, Belle Harbor, NY
Jonathan Ielpi
William Johnston
Andrew Jordan
Karl Joseph
Lt. Anthony Jovic
Angel Juarbe
Rev. Mychal Judge, New York Fire Department Chaplain
Vincent Kane
Charles L. Kasper, Battalion Commander
Paul Keating
Richard Kelly
Thomas R. Kelly
Thomas W. Kelly
Thomas Kennedy
Lt. Ronald Kerwin
Michael Kiefer
Robert King
Scott Kopytko
William Krukowski
Kenneth Kumpel
Thomas Kuveikis
David Laforge
William Lake
Peter Langone
Scott Larsen
Lt. Joseph Leavey
Daniel Libretti
Carlos Lillo
Robert Linnane
Michael Lyons
Patrick Lyons
Joseph Maffeo
William Mahoney
Joseph E. Maloney, 46, Farmingville, NY
Joseph Marchbanks, Battalion Commander
Lt. Charles Margiotta
Kenneth Marino, 40, Oceanside, NY
John Marshall
Lt. Peter Martin
Lt. Paul Martini
Joseph Mascali
Keithroy Maynard
Brian McAleese
John McAvoy
Thomas McCann
Lt. William McGinn
William J. McGovern, 49, Smithtown, NY
Dennis P. McHugh
Robert Mcmahon
Robert McPadden
Terence McShane
Timothy McSweeney
Martin McWilliams, 35, Engine 22
Raymond Meisenheimer
Charles Mendez
Steve Mercado
Douglas Miller
Henry Miller
Robert Minara
Thomas Mingione
Lt. Paul Mitchell
Capt. Louis Modafferi
Lt. Dennis Mojica, Rescue 1
Manuel Mojica, Squad 18
Carl Molinaro, 32, New York, NY
Michael Montesi, 39, Highland Mills, NY
Capt. Thomas Moody
John Moran, Battalion Commander
Vincent Morello
Christopher Mozzillo
Richard Muldowney
Michael Mullan
Dennis Mulligan
Lt. Raymond Murphy
Lt. Robert Nagel
John Napolitano
Peter Nelson
Gerard Nevins
Lt. Daniel O Callaghan
Lt. Thomas O Hagan
Patrick O Keefe, 44, Oakdale, NY
Capt. William O Keefe, 49
Kevin O Rourke, 44
Dennis O Berg
Douglas Oelschlager
Joseph Ogren
Samuel Oitice
Eric Olsen
Jeffrey Olsen
Steven Olson
Michael Otten
Jeffrey Palazzo
Orio Palmer, Battalion Commander
Frank Palombo
Paul Pansini
John Paolillo, Battalion Commander
James Pappageorge
Robert Parro
Durrell Pearsall
Lt. Glenn Perry
Lt. Philip Petti
Lt. Kevin Pfeifer
Lt. Kenneth Phelan
Christopher Pickford, 32, New York, NY
Shawn Powell
Vincent Princiotta
Kevin Prior
Battalion Commander Richard Prunty, Battalion 2
Lincoln Quappe
Lt. Michael Quilty
Ricardo Quinn, 40, New York, NY, Paramedic
Leonard Ragaglia
Michael Ragusa
Edward Rall
Adam Rand
Donald Regan
Lt. Robert Regan
Christian Regenhard
Kevin Reilly
Lt. Vernon Richard
James Riches
Joseph Rivelli
Michael Roberts
Anthony Rodriguez
Matthew Rogan
Keith Roma, 27, New York, NY
Nicholas Rossomando
Paul Ruback
Stephen Russell
Lt. Michael Russo
Matthew Ryan, Battalion Commander
Thomas Sabella
Christopher Santora
John Santore, Ladder 5
Gregory Saucedo
Dennis Scauso
John Schardt
Fred Scheffold, Battalion Commander
Thomas Schoales
Gregory Sikorsky
Stephen Siller
Stanley Smagala
Kevin Smith
Leon Smith
Robert Spear
Joseph Spor
Lawrence Stack, Battalion Commander
Captain Timothy Stackpole, 42
Gregory Stajk
Jeffrey Stark
Benjamin Suarez
Daniel Suhr, 37, Neponsit, NY, Engine 216
Lt. Christopher Sullivan
Brian Edward Sweeney, 29, Merrick, NY
Sean Tallon
Allan Tarasiewicz
Paul Tegtmeier
John Tierney
John Tipping
Hector Tirado
Richard Vanhine
Peter Vega
Lawrence Veling
John Vigiano
Sergio Villanueva
Lawrence Virgilio, Squad 18
Lt. Robert Wallace
Jeffrey Walz
Lt. Michael Warchola, Ladder 5
Capt. Patrick Waters
Kenneth Watson
Michael Weinberg, 30, Engine 1
David M. Weiss
Timothy Welty
Eugene Whelan
Edward White
Mark Whitford
Lt. Glenn Wilkinson, Engine 238
Battalion Chief John Williamson, Battalion 6
Capt. David Wooley
Raymond York, 45, Engine 285

Good Idea Richocet !!

Peace !

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Thanks for posting that Jeff. I started tearing up when I got to around the 25th or 30th name. My uncle is a Firefighter in Cumberland, WI as well as a very close racing friend who is a Firefighter in Waukesha, WI. Niether of them were there, but they watched in horror as their brothers fell a year ago today.

I can't imagine loosing my wife in this horrible a way, or ANY way for that matter

Here's another face with a name.

Sandy Bradshaw, 38, of Greensboro, N.C., was part of the crew
on United Airlines Flight 93 headed from Newark, N.J., to San
Francisco. Bradshaw grew up in the rural community of Climax,
N.C., south of Greensboro.

Her husband of 11 years, Phil Bradshaw, is a pilot for U.S.
Airways. At approximately 9:30am that morning, Phil received a
call from Sandra. "Have you seen what's happening? Have you
heard?" She asked in a calm voice. "We've been hijacked."

Sandra told her husband that she and other flight attendants
were boiling water to toss on the hijackers. Her last words to me
were “Phil: Everyone is running to first class I’ve got to go; Bye.”

The Bradshaw family has three children: sixteen year-old
Shenan; two-year-old Alexandria; and one-year-old Nathan. "She
lived every moment for them," said Phil Bradshaw. "I want them
to know how much good their mother always did and how much
of a hero I really think she is."
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I'll just post this (I think it was here before). I'm sorry ..but after I view this I'm not capable of much more then crying.

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I'll never get over that day.
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Words alone are not enough,
actions solely would not suffice,
tears could not douse the flames,
prayers will never bring them back,

live your lives to honor them,
the one's who died to help those who did not know.
you dont have to be a hero to the world,
only to one.

the best way to honor the fallen is to carry on their work in your own actions, help one person, inspire one soul, bring a smile to the heart of one who cannot. that is what you can do.

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