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The Breezy Point 9/11 Memorial.

For 32 consecutive weeks following the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, the Times Newsweekly published the Lost List column.

Maintained by then-reporter Rob MacKay, it was an alphabetical listing of victims who lived in or had ties to Queens who died at the World Trade Center or the Pentagon, or on United Airlines Flight 93 in Shanksville, Pa. The names included biographical information provided to the paper by the victims’ families.

 

As the city and nation mark the 15th anniversary of 9/11, QNS presents the Lost List as it was re-printed on Thursday, Sept. 8, in The Courier and the Ridgewood Times. The list appears largely as it did in its final publication in April 2002, with appropriate updates made. The revised list includes the name, age, neighborhood and employment information of each victim.

Additional information on the victims was obtained from the official website of the National September 11 Memorial.

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Shannon Adams, 25, lived in Long Island City and was a fixed income accountant at Cantor Fitzgerald.

Firefighter Joseph Agnello, 35, lived in Queens and was assigned to Ladder Co. 118 in Brooklyn.

Joanne Ahladiotis, 27, lived in Forest Hills and worked for eSpeed, a division of Cantor Fitzgerald.

Godwin Ajala, 33, lived in Jamaica and worked as a security guard for Summitt Security Services.

Probationary Firefighter Richard Allen, 31, lived in Belle Harbor and was in his second week with Ladder Co. 15 in Manhattan. His body was found on the six-month anniversary of the attacks by uncle Robert McGuire and brother-in-law Mark Aiken.

Antonio Alvarez, 23, lived in Jackson Heights and was a grill cook at Windows on the World.

Victoria Alvarez-Brito, 38, lived in Elmhurst and worked as an insurance salesperson for Marsh & McLennan.

Telmo Alvear, 25, lived in Jackson Heights and worked as a waiter at Windows on the World.

Joseph Amatuccio, 41, lived in Ozone Park and was chief maintenance supervisor for the Port Authority.

Michael Rourke Andrews, 34, lived in Queens and worked for Cantor Fitzgerald.

Doreen Angrisani, 44, lived in Ridgewood and worked as a finance supervisor at Marsh & McLennan.

Thomas Ashton, 21, was a resident of Woodside’s Big Six Towers and an electrician.

Ezra Aviles, 41, was a Rockaways native and a senior manager for the Port Authority.

Andrew J. Bailey, 29, lived in Jamaica and was an Advantage Security supervisor for Marsh & McLennan.

Guy Bar-Zvi, 30, lived in Forest Hills and worked as a computer specialist for Cantor Fitzgerald.

Firefighter Matthew Barnes, 37, grew up in Maspeth and worked out of Ladder Co. 25 in Manhattan.

Lieutenant Steven J. Bates, 42, lived in Glendale and worked out of Engine Co. 235 in Brooklyn.

Firefighter Carl John Bedigian, 35, was born in Jamaica and worked out of Brooklyn’s Engine Co. 214.

Firefighter Stephen Elliot Belson, 51, lived in Queens and was assigned to Ladder Co. 24 in Manhattan.

Paul Michael Benedetti, 32, grew up in Jackson Heights, lived in Astoria and worked as assistant director of client services for Aon Corporation.

Dominick J. Berardi, 25, lived in Whitestone and worked at Cantor Fitzgerald.

Darren Bohan, 34, lived in Kew Gardens and was an accounting temp for Aon Corporation.

Yvonne Bonomo, 30, lived in Jackson Heights and worked as a corporate travel broker for American Express, consulting for Marsh and McLennan.

Francisco Bourdier, 41, lived in Jackson Heights and worked as a security guard at Deutsche Bank next to 2 World Trade Center.

Gennady Boyarsky, 34, lived in Far Rockaway and was a travel agent for American Express.

Firefighter Michael Emmett Brennan, 27, lived in Woodside and worked in Manhattan’s Ladder Co. 4.

Firefighter Peter Brennan, 30, worked out of Squad Co. 288 in Maspeth and lived in Ronkonkoma.

Marion Ruth Britton, 53, grew up in South Ozone Park and was an assistant director for the New York region for the Census Bureau. She was a passenger on United Airlines Flight 93.

Richard George Bruehert, 38, a Ridgewood native and Westbury resident who worked for Marsh & McLennan.

Firefighter Andrew Brunn, 38, lived in Queens and was assigned to Ladder Co. 5 in Manhattan.

Nancy Bueche, 43, grew up in Richmond Hill and worked for Aon Corporation.

Stephen Bruce Bunin, 44, lived in Queens and worked at Cantor Fitzgerald.

Irina Buslo, 32, was a native of Belarus and a Queens resident who worked at Fuji Bank.

Brian Joseph Cachia, 26, lived in Fresh Meadows and worked as a technical support specialist for Cantor Fitzgerald.

Steven Cafiero Jr., 31, lived in Whitestone and was a client specialist at Aon Corporation.

Liam Callahan, 46, was a Sunnyside native and Port Authority police officer.

Firefighter Dennis Carey, 51, worked out of Haz-Mat 1 in Maspeth and lived in Wantagh. He was off duty, but still responded.

Firefighter Thomas Anthony Casoria, 29, lived in Whitestone and worked out of Engine Co. 22 in Manhattan.

James Marcel Cartier, 26, was an electrician and an Astoria resident.

Firefighter Michael Cawley, 30, worked out of Ladder Co. 136 in Elmhurst. He was born in Flushing and lived in North Bellmore.

Juan Armando Ceballos, 47, lived in Woodhaven and worked as a mail carrier for SubContracting Concepts.

A firefighter lays a flower at the Glendale 9/11 memorial in 2012. (File photo/Ridgewood Times)

Pedro Francisco Checo, 35, lived in Bayside and was a vice president of Fiduciary Trust.

Firefighter Vernon Cherry, 49, grew up in the Woodside Houses and worked out of Ladder Co. 118 by the Brooklyn Bridge.

Luis Alfonso Chimbo, 39, was a native of Ecuador who lived in Queens and worked for Windows on the World.

Mohammad Chowdhury, 39, lived in Woodside and worked as a waiter at Windows on the World.

Edna Cintrón, 46, lived in East Elmhurst and was an administrative assistant for Marsh & McLennan.

Anthony Joseph Coladonato, 46, lived in Queens and worked for Cantor Fitzgerald.

Firefighter Tarel Coleman, 32, lived in Queens and was assigned to Squad Co. 252 in Maspeth.

Liam Joseph Colhoun, 34, lived in Queens and worked for Bank of America.

Fire Captain James Corrigan (ret.), 60, lived in Little Neck and had worked for the FDNY for 25 years before becoming the overseer of fire and safety operations at 7 World Trade Center.

Digna Costanza, 25, lived in Woodside and worked at Marsh & McLennan.

Martin John Coughlan, 53, was a native of Ireland and a Queens resident who worked as a contractor for Aon Corporation from the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America.

Lucy Crifasi, 51, was a travel agent and a Glendale resident and worked as a consultant from Marsh & McLennan for American Express.

Fire Lt. John Crisci was a 23-year FDNY veteran who worked out of Haz-Mat 1 in Maspeth.

Firefighter Thomas Patrick Cullen III, 31, grew up in Sunnyside and then the Rockaways and worked out of Squad Co. 41 in the Bronx.

Mary D’Antonio, 55, was a native of Armenia who lived in Queens and worked for Marsh & McLennan.

Annette Dataram, 25, lived in South Ozone Park and worked as an accountant for Windows on the World.

Port Authority P.O. Clinton Davis, 38, lived in Flushing and was assigned to the World Trade Center Command.

Calvin Dawson, 46, was a native of the British Virgin Islands, lived in Queens and worked for Euro Brokers.

Emerita “Emy” De La Peña, 32, is believed to have lived in Briarwood and worked for Fiduciary Trust Company International.

Paul DeCola, 39, lived in Ridgewood and was a systems engineer for Cantor Fitzgerald.

 David A. DeFeo, 37, lived in Fresh Meadows and was an employee of Sandler O’Neill & Partners.

 Palmina Delli Gatti, 33, lived in Long Island City and worked as a bookkeeper for Marsh & McLennan.

 Firefighter Martin Demeo, 47, lived in Farmingville and worked out of Haz-Mat 1 in Maspeth.

Firefighter Gerard P. Dewan, 35, was a native of Boston, lived in Queens and was assigned to Ladder Co. 3 in Manhattan.

 Anthony Dionisio Jr., 38, graduated from Richmond Hill High School and was vice president of eSpeed, a division of Cantor Fitzgerald.

James Domanico, 56, lived in Queens and worked for the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance.

 Fire Lt. Kevin Dowdell, 46, lived in Breezy Point and worked out of Woodside’s Rescue 4.

 Fire Deputy Chief Raymond Downey, 64, grew up in Sunnyside and was the commander the Special Operations Command, which includes rescue work, marine operations and the handling of hazardous materials.

 Mirna Duarte, 31, lived in Richmond Hill and was a consultant for Marsh & McLennan.

 Joseph Anthony Eacobacci, 26, lived in Flushing and was an energy trader for Cantor Fitzgerald.

 Firefighter Michael Elferis, 28, grew up in College Point and worked out of Engine Co. 22 in Manhattan.

 Doris Suk-Yuen Eng, 30, lived in Flushing and was a club manager for Windows on the World.

 Erwin Erker, 41, was a Ridgewood native who lived many years in Glendale. He worked for Marsh & McLennan.

 Sandra Fajardo-Smith, 37, lived in Elmhurst and worked as an accountant at Marsh & McLennan.

 Fire Batallion Chief John Joseph Fanning, 54, worked out of Haz-Mat 1 in Maspeth and lived in West Hempstead.

 Fire Capt. Thomas Farino, 37, was born in South Ozone Park and worked out of Engine Company 26.

 John Farrell, 32, grew up in Rockaway Beach and was a vice president and partner at Cantor Fitzgerald.

 Firefighter Terrence Farrell was a native of Queens who worked out of Rescue 4 in Woodside.

 Bernard Favuzza, 52, grew up in Ridgewood and lived many years in Glendale. He worked as an agency broker for Cantor Fitzgerald.

 Fire First Deputy Commissioner William Feehan, 61, lived in Flushing and was working at the emergency services command station at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.

 Henry Fernandez, 23, lived in Elmhurst and was a pastry chef at Windows on the World.

Julio Fernandez, 51, was a native of Peru and a Queens resident who worked for OneSource Hudson Shatz.

 Christina Donovan Flannery, 26, grew up in Ridgewood and lived in Middle Village. She was an associate broker at Sandler, O’Neil & Partners.

 Eileen Flecha, 33, lived in Kew Gardens and worked as a junior trader for Fiduciary Trust International.

 Firefighter John Florio, 33, grew up in Middle Village and worked in Brooklyn’s Engine Company 214.

 Clyde Frazier Jr., 41, lived in Jamaica and worked as a state tax investigator in the World Trade Center.

 Cono Gallo, 30, lived in Maspeth and was employed by Carr Futures.

 Giann Gamboa, 26, was a manager of the Top of the World Cafe who lived in Corona.

 Fire Chief of Department Peter Ganci, 54, was a Queens native who was assigned to the FDNY’s Brooklyn headquarters.

Jorge Luis Morron Garcia, 38, was a native of Colombia and Queens native who worked for Summit Security.

 Firefighter Thomas Gardner was a 16-year veteran working out of Haz-Mat 1 in Maspeth.

 Rocco Gargano, 28, lived in Bayside and worked for Cantor Fitzgerald.

 Firefighter Matthew Garvey, 37, lived in Woodside and worked out of Squad Co. 1 in Brooklyn.

 Fire Battalion Chief Edward F. Geraghty worked out of Battalion 9 in Manhattan. He graduated Holy Cross High School in Flushing in 1974.

 Firefighter Ronnie Gies, 43, lived in Merrick and worked out of Squad Co. 288 in Maspeth.

 Firefighter Paul John Gill, 34, lived in Astoria and worked in Manhattan’s Engine Co. 54/Ladder Co. 4.

 Firefighter John Giordano was a member of Haz-Mat 1 in Maspeth.

 Kum-Kum Girolamo, 41, lived in Kew Gardens and worked as an administrative assistant for Aon Corporation.

 Dianne Gladstone, 55, lived in Forest Hills and worked for the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance.

 Dennis J. Gomes, 40, lived in Richmond Hill and worked for Fiduciary Trust Company International.

 Kerene Gordon, 43, lived in Far Rockaway and was a food service handler with Forte Food Service.

 Denise Gregory, 39, lived in Rego Park and worked at Carr Futures.

Florence Moran Gregory, 38, lived in Queens and worked for Aon Corporation.

 Lisa Kearney-Griffin, 35, lived in Jamaica and worked as a travel agent for American Express Corporate Travel at Marsh & McLennan.

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A firefighter salutes the wall of remembrance at the Maspeth headquarters of Squad Company 288/Haz-Mat Unit 1. (File photo/Ridgewood Times)

Ramon B. Grijalvo, 58, was a native of the Philippines and a Queens resident who worked for Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield; he died on Sept. 15, 2001, from injuries he suffered in the attack.

Firefighter Jose A. Guadalupe, 37, lived in Queens and was assigned to Engine Co. 54 in Manhattan.

 Rev. Francis “Frank” E. Grogan, CSC, 76, was a religion teacher and chaplain at Holy Cross High School from 1965–1968. The priest was among the hijack victims on United Airlines Flight 175 that struck the second (south) WTC tower.

 Barbara Guzzardo, 49, lived in Glendale and worked for Aon Corporation.

 Nezam Hafiz, 32, lived in South Ozone Park and worked as an analyst for Marsh & McLennan.

Vaswald George Hall, 50, was a native of the nation of Jamaica who lived in Queens and was visiting the Port Authority office at the World Trade Center when the attack occurred.

 Mohammad Hamdani, 23, lived in Bayside and was a research assistant at Rockefeller University.

 Felicia Hamilton, 62, lived in Long Island City and worked for Fiduciary Trust Company International.

 Firefighter Robert Hamilton, 43, grew up in Ridgewood and worked out of Squad Co. 41 in the Bronx.

 Charles Francis Xavier Heeran, 23, grew up in Rockaway Beach and worked as a bond trader at Cantor Fitzgerald.

 Firefighter John Heffernan lived in Middle Village and was based at Ladder Co. 11 in Manhattan.

Firefighter William L. Henry Jr., 49, lived in Queens and was assigned to Rescue 1 in Manhattan, one of the first units to respond to the attack on the World Trade Center.

 Claribel Hernández, 31, was an administrative assistant as Sybase and a Woodside resident.

 Norberto Hernández, 42, lived in Elmhurst and was a pastry chef at Windows on the World.

 Fire Capt. Brian Hickey worked out of Rescue 4 in Woodside. He was born in Jackson Heights and lived in Bethpage.

 Clara Victorine Hinds, 52, lived in Far Rockaway and worked as a seamstress at the Rainbow Room and Windows on the World.

Neil O. Hinds was a native of the nation of Jamaica who lived in Queens and worked at Bank of New York. He died two days before his 29th birthday.

 Firefighter Jonathan Hohmann, 48, worked out of Haz-Mat 1 in Maspeth. He lived on Staten Island.

 Michael C. Howell, 60, lived in Bayside and was director of management information systems for Fred Alger Management.

 Marian Hrycak, 56, was a Ridgewood resident who worked for the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance.

 Firefighter Joseph Hunter, 32, worked out of Squad Co. 288 in Maspeth. He was a Brooklyn native who lived in South Hempstead.

 Fire Capt. Walter G. Hynes, 46, lived in Belle Harbor and headed Ladder Company 13 in Manhattan.

 Firefighter Jonathan Lee Ielpi, 29, worked out of Squad Co. 288 in Maspeth.

 Stephanie Irby, 38, lived with her sister and niece in Jamaica and worked as an accountant for Marsh & McLennan.

 Maria Jakubiak, 40, lived in Ridgewood and worked at Marsh & McLennan.

 Luis Jiménez, 25, was an accountant from Corona who worked for Marsh & McLennan.

 Brian Jones, 44, lived in Kew Gardens and worked as a systems administrator for Fiduciary Trust.

 Fire Lt. Anthony Jovic, 39, used to live in Elmhurst and worked out of Engine Co. 279 in Brooklyn.

Senior Court Officer Thomas Edward Jurgens, 24, lived in Queens and was assigned to the New York State Supreme Criminal Court Division in Manhattan.

 John Katsimatides, 31, was a bonds broker for Cantor Fitzgerald and an Astoria resident.

 Fire Lt. Ronald Kerwin worked out of Squad Co. 288 in Maspeth and lived in Levittown.

 Sarah Khan, 32, of South Ozone Park was a cashier at a Tower One cafeteria.

 John Kren, 52, of Howard Beach was an employee of Euro Brokers.

 Lucille King, 69, lived in Ridgewood and worked for Aon Corporation.

 Firefighter Robert King, 36, lived in Bellerose Terrace and worked out of Engine Co. 33 in Manhattan.

Lisa King-Johnson, 34, lived in Queens and worked for Keefe, Bruyette & Woods.

 Frank Koestner, 48, lived in Ridgewood and was a stock trader for Cantor Fitzgerald.

Firefighter Scott Michael Kopytko, 32, lived in Queens and was assigned to Ladder Co. 15 in Manhattan.

John J. Kren, 52, lived in Queens and worked for Euro Brokers.

Firefighter William Edward Krukowski, 36, lived in Queens and was assigned to Ladder Co. 21 in Manhattan.

Jeffrey G. La Touche, 49, was a native of Grenada and a Queens resident who worked at Windows on the World.

Joseph A. Lafalce, 54, was a Queens resident who worked for Cantor Fitzgerald.

 P.O. Thomas Langone, 39, worked out of ESU Truck 10 on Queens Boulevard in Flushing. His brother, Firefighter Peter Langone, 41, of Squad Co. 252 in Bushwick also died responding to the attack.

 Firefighter Scott Larsen lived in Glendale and was assigned to Ladder Co. 15 in Manhattan.

 Eugen G. Lazar, 27, was a computer programmer for Cantor Fitzgerald and a Glendale resident.

 Kenneth Ledee, 38, lived in Middle Village and worked for Marsh & McLennan.

Hyun Joon Lee, 32, was a native of South Korea and a Queens resident who worked for the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance.

 Yang Der “Robert” Lee, 64, was an inventory manager for Windows on the World and a Richmond Hill resident.

 Stephen Paul Lefkowitz, 50, lived in Belle Harbor and was a mediator with the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance.

 Adriana Legro, 32, lived in Elmhurst and worked as a stockbroker for Carr Futures.

 Ye Wei Liang, 27, lived in Woodside and was a technical information specialist.

 Paramedic Carlos Lillo, 38, was a member of EMS Battalion 49 in Astoria.

 Francisco Alberto Liriano, 33, of Rego Park worked for Citibank and was visiting Cantor Fitzgerald at the time of the attack.

 Harold Lizcano, 31, of East Elmhurst worked for Carr Futures.

John P. Lozowsky, 45, was a native of Alexandria, Virginia and a Queens resident who was a Marsh & McLennan consultant from the Allegiance Group.

 Anthony Luparello, 62, was a maintenance worker and a Corona resident.

 Monica Lyons, 53, lived in Kew Gardens Hills and worked at Marsh & McLennan.

 Jan Maciejewski, 37, lived in Astoria and was an information technology consultant at the Julien J. Studley brokerage.

 Firefighter William Mahoney, 38, lived in Bohemia worked out of Rescue 4 in Woodside.

 Debora Maldonado, 47, lived in South Ozone Park and was a secretary with Marsh & McLennan.

 Francisco Mancini, 26, lived in Astoria and was a laborer for Local 79 working at Windows on the World.

Marion Victoria Manning, 27, lived in Queens and worked for Marsh & McLennan.

 Michael Marti, 26, lived in Glendale and was a bond trader for Cantor Fitzgerald.

 Edward Martinez, 60, was a computer supervisor at Cantor Fitzgerald who lived in Elmhurst.

This quotation from the poet Virgil at the National September 11 Museum (photo: Shutterstock)

 Robert Gabriel Martinez, 23, lived in Astoria and patrolled the WTC lobby as a security officer for Summit Security Services.

 Marcello Matricciano lived in Jackson Heights and worked for Cantor Fitzgerald.

 Patricia Cimaroli Massari, 25, and her unborn child lived in Glendale and was a working capital analyst at Marsh & McLennan.

 Jill Maurer-Campbell, 31, lived in Middle Village and was an administrative assistant for Baseline.

 Nancy Mauro, 51, lived in Forest Hills and was project manager in technical information services for Marsh & McLennan.

 Jennifer Mazzotta, 23, was an employee of Cantor Fitzgerald and a resident of Maspeth.

 Firefighter Thomas Joseph Mc-Cann, 46, grew up in Woodside and worked out of Division 3 Battalion 8 in Midtown Manhattan.

 P.O. Brian McDonnell worked out of ESU Truck 10 in Flushing.

 Firefighter Robert Dismas McMahon, 35, grew up in Woodside and worked out of Ladder Co. 20 in Manhattan.

Eskedar Melaku, 31, was a native of Ethiopia and a Queens native who worked for Marsh & McLennan.

 George C. Merino, 39, lived in Bayside and was a securities analyst for Fiduciary Trust.

 Lukasz Milewski, 21, lived in Kew Gardens and worked in food service for Cantor Fitzgerald.

Corey Peter Miller, 34, lived in Queens and worked for Cantor Fitzgerald.

 Ronald Keith Milstein, 54, lived in Whitestone and was a temporary administrative worker at Fiduciary Trust.

 Fire Capt. Thomas Moody, 45, worked out of Haz-Mat 1 in Maspeth. Born in Queens, he lived in Stony Brook.

Franklyn Monahan, 45, lived in Queens and worked for Cantor Fitzgerald.

 Sharon Moore, 37, lived in Jamaica and was a vice president at Sandler O’Neill and Partners.

 Abner Morales, 37, lived in Ozone Park and was a Lotus software programmer for Fiduciary Trust International.

 Paula Morales, 42, was a financial services specialist for Aon Corporation and Richmond Hill resident.

 Fire Battalion Chief John Moran, 42, lived in the Rockaways and worked in the Special Operations Battalion.

 Firefighter Vincent Morello, 35, lived in Middle Village and worked out of Ladder Co. 35 in Manhattan.

 Nancy Muñiz, 45, lived in Ridgewood and worked as an administrative assistant.

Francisco Heladio Munoz, 29, lived in Queens and worked for Marsh & McLennan.

 Carlos Mario Múñoz, 43, was an employee of the buying department at Windows on the World and a Woodside resident.

Theresa Munson, 54, lived in Queens and worked for Aon Corporation.

Robert Eddie Murphy Jr., 56, lived in Queens and was a security worker for Fuji Bank.

 Valerie Victoria Murray, 65, lived in Flushing and was a secretary with Ohrenstein & Brown.

 Fire Lt. Robert Nagel, 55, lived in Richmond Hill and worked out of Engine Co. 58 in Manhattan.

 Karen Navarro, 30, lived in Bayside and was an assistant on the foreign exchange trading desk of Carr Futures.

Glenroy I. Neblett was a native of Trinidad & Tobago and a Queens resident who worked for Reinsurance Solutions. He died four days before his 43rd birthday.

 Firefighter Peter Nelson, 42, was a 15-year FDNY veteran who lived in Forest Hills and worked at Rescue 4 in Woodside.

 Gloria Nieves, 48, lived in Jackson Heights and worked for Fiduciary Trust Company International.

 Petty Officer Second Class Michael Allen Noeth, 30, was a Navy member who lived in Jackson Heights, but died at the Pentagon.

 Alexander Ortiz, 36, was a contract security guard for Empire Blue Cross who lived in Ridgewood.

 Elsy Carolina Osorio-Oliva, 27, was a junior translation engineer with General Telecom and a Flushing resident.

 Emilio Ortiz, 38, was known by friends as “Pete” and lived in Corona. He worked at Carr Futures as a stockbroker with his best friend, Daniel Lopez, a Brooklyn resident who also died in the attack.

Sonia Ortiz, 58, was a native of Colombia and Queens resident who worked for ABM Industries in the North Tower.

 Isidro Ottenwalder, 35, lived in Corona and worked as a food handler.

 Probationary Firefighter James Pappageorge, 29, lived in Jackson Heights/Corona and worked out of Engine Co. 23 in Manhattan.

 Vijayashanker Paramsothy, 23, lived in Astoria and worked for Aon Corporation.

 Port Authority P.O. James Parham, 33, lived in Jackson Heights; he had just been promoted to academy instructor.

 Gye-Hyong Park, 28, lived in Flushing and worked for Metropolitan Life Insurance Company.

 Victor Hugo Paz, 43, lived in Long Island City and was a pastry chef at Windows on the World.

 Richard Allen Pearlman, 18, lived in Howard Beach and was a paramedic with the Forest Hills Volunteer Ambulance Corps.

 Firefighter Durrell V. Pearsall Jr. worked out of Rescue 4 in Woodside and lived in Hempstead.

 Thomas Pedicini, 30, lived in Woodside and worked as a trader at Cantor Fitzgerald.

 Salvatore Pepe, 45, lived in Elmhurst and was an assistant vice president in the global technology service with Marsh & McLennan.

 William Russell Peterson, 46, lived in Breezy Point and worked as a claims examiner for Marsh & McLennan.

 Fire Lt. Kevin Pfeifer, 42, lived in Middle Village and worked out of Engine Co. 33 in Manhattan.

 Fire Lt. Kenneth Phelan, 41, lived in Ridgewood and Maspeth and worked out of Bushwick’s Engine Co. 217, of which his father, Dan, had been a member.

 Firefighter Christopher Pickford, 32, born in Kew Gardens, lived in Glendale and worked out of Brooklyn’s Engine Co. 201.

 Joshua Poptean, 37, lived in Flushing and worked with Bronx Builders.

 Giovanna Porras, 24, lived in South Ozone Park and worked as an accountant for General Telecomm.

 Paramedic Ricardo Quinn, 40, lived in Bayside and was assigned to Battalion 57 in Brooklyn.

Christopher Peter Anthony Racaniello, 30, lived in Queens and worked for Cantor Fitzgerald.

 Vishnoo Ramsaroop, 44, lived in Jackson Heights and worked as an elevator operator for ABM Industries.

 Firefighter Adam David Rand, 30, worked out of Squad Co. 288 in Maspeth and lived in Bellmore.

 Amenia Rasool, 33, lived in South Richmond Hill and worked as an accountant for Marsh & McLennan LLC.

 Gerard Rauzi, 42, lived in Floral Park and worked for the state Department of Taxation and Finance. He was in the Class of 1976 at Christ the King High School in Middle Village.

 Howard Reich, 59, lived in Forest Hills and was a mail deliverer for Pitney Bowes.

 John Thomas Resta was 40; Sylvia San Pio Resta was 26. The married couple lived in Bayside and both were traders with Carr Futures. Sylvia was seven months pregnant on Sept. 11.

 Eduvigis “Eddie” Reyes, 37, lived in Richmond Hill and worked as a freight forwarder in the shipping industry for Rohde & Liesenfeld.

Ann Marie Riccoboni died on her 58th birthday during the attacks; she lived in Queens and worked for Ohrenstein & Brown.

 Michael Richards, 38, lived in Jamaica and was a sculptor with a studio in Tower One.

Rose Mary Riso, 55, lived in Queens and worked for the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance.

The National September 11 Memorial on the footprint of the former Twin Towers. (photo: Shutterstock)

 Linda Ivelisse Rivera, 26, lived in Brooklyn and was a human resources employee for the insurance brokerage firm Marsh & McLennan.

Firefighter Michael E. Roberts, 31, lived in Queens and was assigned to Engine Co. 214 in Brooklyn.

 Firefighter Anthony Rodriguez was assigned to Engine Co. 279 in Brooklyn and in training when he responded to the Sept. 11 attacks. He lived in Staten Island and received a certificate of graduation posthumously on Nov. 1.

 Obdulio Ruiz-Diaz, 44, lived in Kew Gardens and was a home improvement worker. He had gone to Windows on the World to discuss a renovation.

 Firefighter Stephen Russell, 40, lived in Rockaway Beach and worked out of Engine House 55 in Little Italy.

 Carlos Samaniego, 29, was a broker with Cantor Fitzgerald and a Flushing resident.

 Firefighter Christopher Santora, 23, grew up in Long Island City and was a rookie at Engine Co. 54 in Manhattan.

Rafael Humberto Santos, 42, was a native of Colombia who lived in Queens and worked for Cantor Fitzgerald.

 Chapelle Renee Stewart Sarker, 37, was a Brooklyn native and a Forest Hills resident who worked for Marsh McLellan.

 Anthony Savas, 72, lived in Astoria and worked as a construction inspector for the Port Authority.

Anthony Segarra, 52, lived in Queens and worked for Proven Electric Contracting. He died on November 28, 2001, from injuries he sustained in the attacks.

 Firefighter Dennis Scauso, 46, worked out of Haz-Mat 1 in Maspeth; he lived in Dix Hills.

 Arthur Warren Scullin, 57, grew up in Woodside and lived in Flushing and worked as a senior vice president and director of taxes at Marsh & McLennan LLC.

 Jason Sekzer, 31, lived in Forest Hills and worked for Cantor Fitzgerald.

 Earl Richard Shanahan, 50, lived in Flushing and worked for Marsh and McLennan.

 Thomas Joseph Shubert, 43, was a native of Flushing and worked for Cantor Fitzgerald.

 Dianne Signer, 30, lived in Middle Village and worked at Fred Alger Management Inc. She was engaged to be married just days before the attack.

 Khamladai and Roshan Singh were close siblings who lived in Woodhaven. Khamladai, 25, was an assistant banquet manager at Windows on the World. Roshan, 21, was in the Army National Guard and was brought in to arrange the audio-visual presentation for a 600-person event at the WTC.

 Vincent Slavin, 41, lived in Belle Harbor and was an equity trader and vice president/partner at Cantor Fitzgerald.

 Firefighter Kevin Smith, 47, worked out of Haz-Mat 1 in Maspeth and lived in Mastic.

Joyce Patricia Smith, 55, was a native of the country of Jamaica, lived in Queens and worked for Forte Food Services at Cantor Fitzgerald.

P.O. Moira Ann Smith, 38, lived in Queens and was assigned to the 13th Precinct.

Mary Rubina Sperando, 39, lived in Queens and was attending a conference at Risk Waters Group when the attack occurred.

Mary Domenica Stanley, 53, was a native of Croatia in the former Yugoslavia who lived in Queens and worked for Marsh & McLennan.

 Steven Strauss, 51, lived in Fresh Meadows and worked at Morgan Stanley Dean Witter as an electrical foreman for the Petrocelli Electric Company.

P.O. Ramon Suarez, 45, was a Ridgewood resident and police officer with Transit District 4.

Firefighter Daniel Thomas Suhr, 37, lived in Queens and worked out of Engine Co. 216 in Brooklyn.

David Marc Sullins, 30, was an emergency medical technician at Cabrini Medical Center and a Glendale resident.

Patrick Sullivan, 32, lived in Breezy Point and worked for Cantor Fitzgerald.

Firefighter Brian Edward Sweeney, 29, worked out of Squad Co. 288 in Maspeth. He previously worked out of Engine Co. 263 in Astoria.

Norma Taddei, 64, lived in Woodside and worked for Marsh & McLennan.

Hector Rogan Tamayo, 51, was a native of the Philippines who lived in Queens and was a Harris Beach contractor from the Vanderbilt Group.

P.O. Paul Talty Jr., 40, began his career on patrol in the 108th Precinct, but was working for the Emergency Services Unit 10 at the time of the attack.

Goumatie Thackurdeen, 35, lived in South Ozone Park and was a vice president at Fiduciary Trust.

Scott Timmes, 28, was a commodities customer service clerk for Carr Futures and a Ridgewood resident.

Michael A. Trinidad, 33, lived in Jamaica and was working in telecommunications accounting for Cantor Fitzgerald.

Ching Ping Tung, 44, was a Hong Kong native who lived in Queens and worked at First Commercial Bank.

P.O. Santos Valentin Jr., 39, lived in Richmond Hill and worked for Emergency Services Unit 7.

Ivan Vale, 27, worked for Cantor Fitzgerald and was a Ridgewood resident and native of Puerto Rico.

Firefighter Sergio Villanueva, 33, grew up in Bayside and worked out of Ladder Co. 132 in Brooklyn.

Firefighter Lawrence Virgilio, 38, lived in Sunnyside Gardens and was assigned to Squad Co. 18 in Manhattan.

Gabriela S. Waisman, 33, was an operations manager at Sybase and a Rego Park resident. She was attending a conference at Risk Waters Group.

Fire Lt. Robert Wallace, 43, lived in Woodhaven and worked out of Engine Co. 205/Ladder Co. 118 in Brooklyn.

Fire Lt. Michael Warchola, 51, lived in Middle Village and was assigned to Ladder Co. 5 in Manhattan.

Fire Capt. Patrick Waters, 44, lived in Glendale and worked out of Haz-Mat 1 in Maspeth.

James A. Waring, 49, lived in Bayside and was director of security for Cantor Fitzgerald.

Charles Waters, 44, graduated from Middle Village’s Christ the King in 1976 and was a vice president and partner at Cantor Fitzgerald.

Firefighter Michael Weinberg, 34, was born and raised in Maspeth and worked out of Engine Co. 1 in Manhattan.

Firefighter Timothy Welty worked out of Squad Co. 288 in Maspeth and lived in Yonkers.

Firefighter Eugene Michael Whelan, 31, lived in Queens and was assigned to Engine Co. 230 in Brooklyn.

Firefighter Edward J. White, 30, worked out of Engine Co. 230 in Brooklyn and lived in Woodside.

Donna Wilson, 48, grew up in Woodside and worked as a financial reporter for Aon Corporation.

Jennifer Wong, 26, lived in Whitestone and worked for Marsh & McLennan in the risk management division of client services.

Barrington Leroy Young Jr., 35, lived in Queens and worked for Euro Brokers.

Firefighter Raymond York, 45, grew up in Howard Beach and worked for Engine Co. 285 in Ozone Park.

Elkin Yuen, 32, lived in Flushing and was a broker at Carr Futures.

Martin Morales Zempoaltecatl, 22, was born in Mexico, lived in Queens and worked for Windows on the World.

Igor Zukelman, 29, was born in Ukraine, lived in the United States and worked for Fiduciary Trust Company International.

One World Trade Center, rising above the National September 11 Memorial and Museum. (photo: Shutterstock)

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