Military/September 11 Family Support for the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA)

Dear Senator or Representative:

We write to you as family members of those murdered in the September 11 Attacks who have a special, personal connection to the United States armed forces. We include families of military personnel killed in the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon, members of the military who survived but were severely injured in the Pentagon attack, family members of veterans killed in the 9/11 attacks, veterans who lost loved ones in the attacks, and close relatives of men and women who are active duty or retired military. Our purpose for writing is to urge you to stand firm in support of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act and to protest the absurd suggestions that this law puts members of our armed forces in jeopardy.

This letter became necessary because the Saudi Government is spending more than $1.3 million monthly on a massive lobbying and public relations campaign to spread misinformation about JASTA so that Congress is fooled into gutting the law before it has a chance to work. These Saudi foreign agents have been engaged in many grotesque distortions of what JASTA does, but none of those lies has been more offensive than the claim that JASTA puts American troops at risk by limiting the sovereign immunity of foreign nations for terrorist acts. These false Saudi claims are inimical to the interests of the United States, and the Saudi campaign to promote them should be viewed as an act of aggression towards America.

The fact is that JASTA does absolutely nothing to put U.S. troops at risk, nor does it make any dramatic changes to sovereign immunity law. It provides a small exception to the limited sovereign immunity of foreign states where Americans are injured in the United States due to an act of international terrorism caused by the tortious act of a foreign state, and it expressly preserves foreign state immunity where the claim might be for an omission or act that constitutes mere negligence. In other words, JASTA is extremely narrow.

The Saudi-funded campaign would have you believe that other nations are going to enact “reciprocal” laws that target our troops, but the terms of JASTA are clear. JASTA has nothing to do with the immunity of individual foreign officials or employees, but instead is about foreign countries. It has nothing to do with foreign nations’ military actions, specifically excluding any “act of war” from its scope, and defining “international terrorism” narrowly. Neither the United States generally – and certainly not our armed forces – have anything to fear from other nations enacting JASTA laws.

Moreover, the Saudi lobbyists are surely aware that it is the official policy of the United States to negotiate Status of Forces Agreements applicable to U.S. military personnel stationed abroad that are carefully crafted to protect U.S. military personnel from being subject to claims in foreign court systems. These agreements are the tool the United States has employed since World War II to protect U.S. troops stationed abroad from the risk of suits in foreign courts – a risk the U.S. has been dealing with effectively for decades and that has nothing at all to do with JASTA. Nothing in JASTA will have any impact on their enforceability.

This outrageous Saudi claim is even more offensive given that the main threat our military men and women face is the spread of violent Islamist extremism around the globe. The Saudis have long supported the corrupt religious ideology that provided the fuel to the September 11 hijackers and continues to inspire terrorists worldwide, including ISIS. Our troops are not at risk because U.S. terrorism victims are holding foreign nations to account for supporting terrorists. They are at risk because they must fight to protect us against the Islamist fanaticism that has long found its home in Saudi Arabia and elsewhere. Our family members who died in the September 11 Attacks deserve better than to see Congress cowed by distortions from foreign agents of the very nation so heavily responsible for this phenomenon.

JASTA is good for America, including those serving in the armed forces. Congress was wise to ignore the Saudi distortion campaign earlier this year, and it will be even wiser to allow JASTA to work as intended.

Sincerely,

John B. Lynch
Bronx, NY
U.S. Army (ret.)
Father of Michael Frances Lynch, killed at WTC (FDNY).

Judi Reiss
Yardley, PA
Mother of Joshua Scott Reiss, killed at WTC (Cantor) and daughter of WWII veteran and granddaughter and great-niece of WWI veterans.

James S. Gray, Jr.
Manalapan, NJ
US Army (1966-68; First Lt. Military Police Corps)
Father of Christopher Gray, killed at WTC (Cantor).

Laurie Laychak
Manassas, VA
Wife of David William Laychak, civilian employee of U.S. Army killed at Pentagon and
daughter to career officer of U.S. Navy.

Edgar B. Wooley III
Rock Hill, NY
U.S. Navy (1961-1965)
Brother of David T Wooley, killed at WTC (NYFD and former U.S. Army).

David W. Carpenter, Jr.
Clayton, NC
9/11 Survivor (FDNY) and former U.S. Army.

Cheryl O’Brien
Lexington, MA
Daughter of Thelma Cuccinello, killed on Flight 11 and daughter of Albert Cuccinello, former U.S. Marine.

Douglas Connors
Quincy, MA
Brother Kevin P. Connors at WTC (EuroBrokers), who was a graduate of U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis (1969) and son of a WWII twice Purple Heart recipient in the Battle of the Bulge.

Harold Meyers
Hilton Head Island, SC

William Sergio
Lake Grove, NY
9/11 Survivor (FDNY) and Father of Active Duty US Coast Guard, William Sergio Jr.

Sylvia Carver
White Plains, MD
Sister of Sharon Ann Carver, civilian employee of U.S. Army, killed at Pentagon and sister of retired U.S. Air Force TSgt Sergeant.

Veronica Carver
White Plains, MD
Sister of Sharon Ann Carver, civilian employee of U.S. Army, killed at Pentagon and sister of retired U.S. Air Force TSgt Sergeant.

Reginald Carver
Spotsylvania, VA
Brother of Sharon Ann Carver, civilian employee of U.S. Army, killed at Pentagon and brother of retired U.S. Air Force TSgt Sergeant.

Janet Carver
Oxon Hill, MD
Sister of Sharon Ann Carver, civilian employee of U.S. Army, killed at Pentagon and sister of retired U.S. Air Force TSgt Sergeant.

Tangela Wilkes
Arlington, VA
Daughter of Sharon Ann Carver, civilian employee of U.S. Army, killed at Pentagon and sister of retired U.S. Air Force TSgt Sergeant.

Albert P. Petrocelli
Staten Island, NY
US Army (1967-1968, VietNam)
Father of Mark James Petrocelli, killed at WTC (Carr Futures).

Sarah Carrington
Devon, UK
Sister of Jeremy Carrington, killed at WTC (Cantor) and daughter of retired British Army Officer.

Devora (Pontell) Kirschner
Woodstock, MD
Wife of Lieutenant Darin H. Pontel, US Navy, killed in the Pentagon.

Rosaleen Shea
Bellerose Village, NY
Sister of Mary Yolanda Dowling, killed at WTC (AON) and niece of former U.S. Navy.

David Sedacca
Brewster, NY
9/11 Survivor (FDNY) and former U.S. Marine.

Rev. Craig W. Sincock, PhD
U.S. Army (Retired) and
Husband of Cheryle D. Sincock, killed in the Pentagon.

Joseph Ianelli
Monroe, NJ
U.S. Navy (Ret.)
Father of Joseph A. Ianelli, killed at WTC (Marsh & McLennan).

Maureen Roma
Sister to Keith Roma, killed at WTC (NY Fire Patrolman) and former wife of U.S. Air Force Major.

Theresa M Frakes
Palmyra,VA
Sister of Robert Fangman, killed on Flight 175 and daughter of WWII veteran, sister of U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force veterans, and sister-in-law to two U.S. Army veterans.

Hector L. Hernandez
U.S. Air Force (ret.) and civilian contractor
Brother of Norberto Hernandez and brother-in-law of Claribel Hernandez, both killed at WTC.

Ralph Pepe
Staten Island, NY
9/11 Survivor (FDNY)
Former USMC and father of USAF.

Jim D. Richards
East Meadow. NY
Brother of Det. Claude Daniel Richards, killed at WTC (NYPD), who was also U.S. Army Airborne Ranger, and brother of U.S. Army Vietnam veteran and U.S. Navy veteran.

Bill McGinly
Vienna, VA
Father of Mark Ryan McGinly, killed at WTC (Carr Futures) and father of Andrew M. McGinley, U.S. Navy.

Renato C. Olaes
The Villages, FL
Husband of 9/11 Survivor, Dalisay S. Olaes, U.S. Army (ret.).

Holly Miller
Bigfork, Montana
Widow of Master Special Officer Craig J Miller, killed at Pentagon (U.S. Secret Service, and honorably served in the U.S. Army).

Martin Toyen
Boynton Beach, FL
U.S. Army (ret.)
Father of Amy E. Toyen, killed at WTC.

Desiree E. Bernstein
Brooklyn, New York
Former U.S. Navy
Sister-in-law of William Bernstein, killed at WTC (Cantor)

Christopher Whitford
Rock Tavern, NY
U.S. Army Reserves (Command Sergeant Major) and Brother of Mark P. Whitford, killed at WTC (FDNY)

Roger Fernandez
Manasquan, NJ
9/11 Survivor (WTC) and father of U.S. Marine.

Cheryl Desmarais
Short Hills, NJ
Wife of Mark Charette, killed at WTC (Marsh & McLennan), who was U.S. Navy veteran.

Sharon Schultz
Great Neck, NY
Wife of Karamo Trerra, killed at WTC and daughter of U.S. Army veteran.

Michael A. Conner
Boca Raton, FL
U.S. Air Force (1967-1970)
Husband of Margaret M. Conner, killed at WTC (Cantor).

Diana Winuk
Salem, SC
Former U.S. Marine
Sister-in-law of Glenn Winuk, killed at WTC (Holland & Knight).

Lisa Inzerillo
Kings Park, NY
Wife of William Krukowski, killed at WTC (FDNY) and former U.S. Marine.

Julie Chapa Field
Whispering Pines, NC
Daughter of RoseMary Chapa, DIA, killed at Pentagon.

Richard R. Field
Whispering Pines, NC
Son-in-Law of RoseMary Chapa, DIA, killed at Pentagon.

Joseph McAuley
Smithtown, NY
9/11 survivor (WTC) and Father of US Army veteran.

Natalie C. Conners
Woodbridge, VA
Daughter of Retired LTC Robert J. Hymel, USAF, killed in Pentagon.

Ed Russin
Morganville, NJ
U.S. Army National Guard
Father of Steven Russin, killed at WTC (Cantor).

Martha Carden Gilchrist
Sevierville, TN
9/11 Survivor, Pentagon
Department of Army Civilian, 35 yrs.

Robert Kobus
Morristown, NJ
U.S. Coast Guard Reserve (2000 -2012) and
Brother of Deborah Kobus, killed at WTC (Chuo Mitsui).

Joaquim T. Dearaujo
Watertown, MA
Former US Naval Reserve and
Son of Dorothy A deAraujo, killed on flight 175.

David M Yancey
Alexandria, VA
Former U.S. Navy and Husband of Vicki L Yancey, former U.S. Navy and a U.S. Navy contractor killed on Flight 77.

Joseph Shontere
La Plata, MD
Father to Angela Houtz, civilian employee of Navy, killed in Pentagon.

Patrick J. Keane
Quincy, MA
Son of Richard Michael Keane, killed at WTC (Marsh & McLennan), who was U.S. Marine (Captain).

Alice Bertorelli
Oceanside, NY
Sister to John Talignani, U.S. Army (ret.), killed on Flight 93.

Michael J. Wholey
Stony Point, NY
Father of Officer Michael T. Wholey (NY Port Authority), who was former U.S. Navy.

Paul Kirwin
New Rochelle, NY
Former U.S. Marine (Captain)
Father of Glenn Davis Kirwin, killed at WTC (Cantor).

Anthony Scolavino
Brooklyn, NY
9/11 Survivor (FDNY) U.S. Army (1979-1982) and father of Christopher Scolavino, Cadet (United States Military Academy -West Point).

Julia Shontere
La Plata, MD
Mother of Angela Houtz, Civilian employee of the Navy, killed at Pentagon.

Frank V. Racaniello
Little Neck, NY
Former U.S. Army (Active and Reserve in Vietnam era, assigned to JAG) and Father of Christopher Racaniello, killed at WTC (Cantor).

Sandra L. Racaniello
Little Neck, NY
Wife of Frank Racaniello, former U.S. Army (Active and Reserve in Vietnam era, assigned to JAG) and Mother of Christopher Racaniello, killed at WTC (Cantor).

Anne Wodenshek
Ridgefield, NJ
Daughter of Robert K Gerne USN(Ret).

Anthony Morabito
Omaha, Nebraska
Navy Submarine retired (lost his brother-in-law in WTC).

Barbara Jackman
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
Husband USAR (Ret).

Charles Clyne
Lindenhurst NY
USN (Ret).

Colleen Amato
Maspeth, NY
Granddaughter of U. S. Air Force WW II veteran
Niece of U. S. Navy Officer (retired)
Niece of U. S. Army Vietnam veteran.

Curtis F. Brewer
New York, NY
Spouse of Carol Keyes Demitz (South Tower) Proud Daughter/Grandaughter of West Point Graduates; Colonel Robert S. Demitz and General Jeffrey Keyes.

Donald E. Paris
Irvine, CA 92614
Captain, USMC(Ret)
Son-in-Law of James A. Trentini, Major USAR(Ret) and Passenger on American Airlines Flight 11.

Eileen Tallon
Yonkers, NY
Mother of Sean Patrick Tallon USMC(Res) and FDNY (WTC).

Jacob D. Adams
Delphi, Indiana
USMC (2005-2014).

Jasmine Victoria
Austin, TX
Cousin (Deceased’s Nephew), US Army(Ret)
Grandfather (Deceased’s Father-in-law), US Army(Ret).

John Ashton
Woodside, NY
Son of U. S. Air Force WW II veteran
Brother of U. S. Navy Officer (retired)
Brother-in-law of U. S. Army Vietnam veteran.

Lt Col. John F. Shull, US Army (Retired)
Annapolis, MD
Brother-in-Law to Captain John Fischer, killed in NYC Trade Center rescue effort.

John V. Quigley
Fredericksburg, VA
U.S. Navy Commander (retired) Brother to Patrick J. Quigley, killed on UA75 on 9/11
Son of Patrick J. Quigley Sr (retired U.S. Army).

Kathleen Ashton
Woodside, NY
Daughter-in-law of U. S. Air Force WW II veteran
Sister-in-law of U. S. Navy Officer (retired)
Niece of U. S. Army WW II veteran
Sister-in-law of U. S. Army Vietnam veteran.

Lowell Bell
Colorado Springs, CO.
Colonel, USAF Retired.

Mary Buckley
Woodside, NY
Granddaughter of U. S. Air Force WW II veteran
Niece of U. S. Navy Officer (retired)
Niece of U. S. Army Vietnam veteran.

Manuela Nita-Vazquez
Whitestone NY
Wife of USMC(ret).

Pamela B. Trentini
Danvers, MA 01923
Daughter of James A. Trentini, Major USAR(Ret) and Passenger on American Airlines Flight 11.

Patti J. Trentini
Irvine, CA 92614
Daughter of James A. Trentini, Major USAR(Ret) and Passenger on American Airlines Flight 11.

Rosaleen DaRos
Yonkers, NY
Sister of Sean Patrick Tallon USMC(Res) and FDNY First Responder WTC.

Susan Hutchins
East Meadow NY
Aunt of active duty Marine stationed in Persian Gulf.

Thomas Gitto USMC
West Palm Beach, Florida
(lost my brother in WTC).

William Deverson
Margate, Florida
US Army (lost his Brother-in-law in WTC).

An Open Letter to Congress from the 9/11 Children for Justice Against Terrorism

ALL 9/11 CHILDREN:  Please read and sign below:

Dear Speaker Ryan, Leader McCarthy, and Whip Scalise,

We, 9/11 children whose parents were brutally murdered in the worst terrorist attack on American soil, respectfully ask you to put S. 2040, the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (“JASTA”) on the calendar for a vote when Congress returns on September 6, 2016 from the August district work break without further delay.

On September 11, 2001, when the smoke cleared and the fires were extinguished, more than 3,000 children were left behind without a parent.  While our nation mourned the 2,996 innocent men, women and children horrifically murdered in the worst terrorist attack humankind has ever witnessed, our worlds crumbled and we were left to navigate our lives in a post 9/11 culture with single parents devastated and heartbroken like us.

We are the children of 9/11, and now, fifteen years later, we want justice for the murderous attacks carried out by 19 radical Islamist terrorists that came to our shores and stole our parents from us.   No child should have to endure their beloved parent’s merciless killing with their remains returned in pieces, sometimes only fragments, over the course of several years and in many cases not at all.

Some of us were very young, spanning from just days old, to toddlers, preschoolers, grade school, middle school, high school, and college age.  Some were adults – some married with children and some just beginning our grown-up lives.  Sadly, some of us were not even born and we never even had the opportunity to meet our fathers and they never had the opportunity to meet us.

While September is quickly approaching, the carefree days of summer will soon end and families will begin to fall into their routines of school, sports, and after-school activities.

For us, the fifteenth anniversary of the murder of our parents is fast approaching and we will once again be reminded of the horrific details of their deaths.   We will be reminded of all that is lost and all that will never be.  We know all too well the pain and suffering terrorism inflicts on the family members left behind and for the injured survivors.

The depravity of terrorism is unfathomable, and the people, entities and/or nations that support these hate-filled organizations should not go unpunished.  They must be held accountable to better protect our nation, our families and help ensure no other child suffers the agonizing loss of a parent to terrorism on American soil.

We understand many families, survivors and Members of Congress have invested several years of hard work in JASTA’s success and its fate is now in your hands.

Some of the undersigned attended the July 14, 2016 Subcommittee on the Constitution and Civil Justice hearing on JASTA.  It was with great pride we experienced our government officials working together and we thank Chairman Franks. Rep. Goodlatte and the Committee for their strong support.

We respectfully ask you, our trusted Leaders to please think of us, and help prevent further carnage like the world witnessed on 9/11, and the pain we personally will have to live with for the rest of our lives, by placing this bipartisan legislation on the calendar for a vote as soon as possible.

Sincerely,

9/11 Children for Justice Against Terrorism
(Age of child on September 11, 2001)

  • Kaitlyn Strada – 4
  • Justin Strada – 4 days old
  • Alex Salamone – 6
  • Aidan Salamone – 4
  • Anna Salamone – 2
  • Matthew Bocchi – 9
  • Nicholas Bocchi – 7
  • Michael Bocchi – 3
  • Paul Bocchi – 2 months
  • Michael Friedman – 11
  • Daniel Friedman – 11
  • Timothy Soulas – 11
  • Andrew Soulas – 9
  • Chris Soulas – 7
  • Matthew Soulas – 5
  • Nicole Soulas – 1
  • Danny Soulas – unborn
  • William Dietrich – 3
  • Sarah Dietrich – 3
  • Brett Eagleson – 15
  • Timothy Eagleson – 19
  • Kyle Eagleson – 22
  • Bridget Finnegan – 6
  • Bradley Finnegan – 4
  • Jack Finnegan – 3 months
  • Patrick J. Hannaford – 2
  • Kevin J. Hannaford – unborn
  • James Selwyn – 19
  • Josh Goldflam – 21
  • Ashley Bisman – 16
  • Christopher Fersini – 8
  • Brian Fersini – 4
  • Tommy Fersini – 2
  • Katie Fersini – 2
  • Kaitlyn Farrell – 11
  • Patrick Farrell – 9
  • Molly Farrell – 5
  • Colin Farrell – 3
  • Mike Robertson – 9
  • Matt Robertson – 8
  • Madison Robertson – 4
  • Kevin Robertson – 1
  • Payton Wall – 4
  • Avery Wall – 2
  • Neva Coleman – 4 months
  • Victoria Jones – 2
  • Gaffney Tucker – 7
  • Doreen Latter – 29
  • Ashley Latter – 3
  • Alexa Latter – 8 months
  • James Martello – 7
  • Thomas Martello – 5
  • Michael Gardner – 4
  • Regan McCabe – 8
  • Rhiannon O’Connor – 2
  • Eva Gurian – 4
  • Brennan Basnicki – 16
  • Noah Talhami – 3
  • Addison Spencer – 4
  • Kathryn Spencer – 2
  • Robert Spencer – 3 weeks
  • Marie Clyne – 11
  • Christopher Hayden – 5
  • Stephen Hayden – 5
  • Liam McCabe – 6
  • Juliette-Craig Staub – unborn
  • Samantha Fraser – 10
  • John O’Neil – 29
  • Marjorie Kane – 29
  • Morgan Tucker – 4
  • Robert Stabile – 20
  • Neda Bolourchi – 30
  • Elizabeth McGuinn – 10
  • Kiefer Puma – 10
  • BriAnna Puma – 5
  • Dylan Puma – 16 mos.
  • Carolyn McGuinn – 8
  • James Sherry – 4
  • John Sherry – 2
  • Birther Laurencin – 29
  • Peter Negron – 11
  • Austin Negron – 2
  • Kevin McDonnell – 4
  • Brian McDonnell – 2
  • Matthew Damaskimos – 19 months
  • Shelby Williams – 17
  • Tom Guza – 24
  • Charles Laurencin – 32
  • Devon Rodak – 5
  • Camille Martin – 10
  • Anonymous – 7
  • Jercienne Laurencin – 30
  • Chelsea Rodak (Primavera) – 10
  • John Wallace III – 8
  • Eddie DAntonio – unborn
  • Emma DAntonio – unborn
  • Samantha DAntonio – unborn
  • Anne Nelson – 11
  • N. Lanza – 7
  • Emma Hunt – 1
  • Haomin Jlan – 20
  • Sydney Timmes – 13 months
  • Jacqueline Steed – 35
  • Michael Flagg – 37
  • Caroline Breitweiser – 2
  • Nicole Williams – 27
  • Olivia Hynes – unborn
  • Marcella Porter – 21
  • Amanda Golinski – 20
  • Sara Golinski – 19
  • Jack Sweeney – 4
  • Robert Pyclor – 8
  • Eugene Belilovsky – 20
  • Nicole Spinelli – 17
  • Sarah Van Auken – 12
  • Sam Kleinberg – 2
  • Lisa Debarbie – 21
  • Gabrielle Scauso – 6
  • Jacqueline Hernandez – 21
  • Catherine Hernandez – 19
  • Tatiana Hernandez – 14
  • Nicholas Chris – 16
  • Kelly Arrillaga – 30
  • An Nguyen – 4
  • Lauren Kleinberg – 7
  • Courtney McCann – 16
  • Sean McCann – 13
  • Sydney Chris – 10
  • Donald Gavagan – 2
  • Lara Gavagan – 2
  • Connor Gavagan – unborn
  • Timothy DeBin – 2
  • Rebecca Chang – 7
  • Anthony Flumefreddo – 11
  • Sarah Robbins – 35
  • Jonathan Egan – 18
  • Matthew Egan – 16
  • Juliette Scauso – 4
  • Chris Strickland – 19
  • Amanda Higley – 4
  • Sara Rodrigues – 7
  • Amanda Ogliby – 13
  • Alana Tartaro – 6
  • Danielle Tartaro – 5
  • Andrew Tartaro – 2
  • Salvatore Agnello – 3
  • Vincent Agnello – 1
  • Jessica Waring – 14
  • Sean Kelley – 32
  • Nicole Gabrielle Ogborn – 23
  • Jacques Debeuneure – 32
  • Gretchen Christophe – 11 months
  • Mark Williamson – 14
  • Kimberly Rex -19
  • Katie Gann – 5
  • David Gann – 13
  • Emily Gann – 11
  • Sarah Rollinson – 7
  • Paige Rollinson – 10
  • Stephanie Waring – 11
  • Maria Waring – 9
  • Jamie Waring – 4
  • James Alario – 13
  • Dante Alario – 9
  • Marc Williamson – 14
  • Jessica Williamson – 16
  • Kristen Serra – 20
  • Michael Fodor – 23
  • Maria Galea – 43
  • Patrick Hughes – 10
  • Katherine Van Kirk – 26
  • Sara Hart – 20 months
  • Alyson Hart – 11 days
  • Laura Spordone-Bustillo – 8 months
  • Corbin Mayo – 11
  • Kristen Ryan – 14
  • Brendan Erwin – 2 months
  • Jason Kane – 11
  • Kristina Anaya – 8
  • Brandon Anaya – 6
  • Rebecca Anaya – 18 months
  • Collin McHale – unborn
  • Hayley Frederick – 4
  • Andrew Frederick – 9
  • Kathleen Serra – 46
  • William Cunningham – 13 days
  • Sierra Schlag – 5
  • Michael Crisci – 15
  • Gregory Gitto – 10
  • Rebecca Asaro – 9
  • Jack Napier – 9
  • Brian Crowe – 25
  • Daniella Giammona – 2
  • Scott Edwards – 28
  • Carl Asaro, Jr. – 13
  • Caitlyn Nelson – 5
  • Megan Foster – 8
  • Nicole Foster – 5
  • Peter Davidson – 7
  • Casey Davidson – 3
  • Erik Abrahamson – 10
  • Marie Micklay – 5
  • Kimberly Phelan – 17
  • Erin Phelan – 14
  • Daniel Phelan – 11
  • Kenneth Phelan – 7
  • Carol ONeil – 17
  • Andy Boone – 21
  • Hayley Morris – 5
  • Madilynn Morris – 10
  • Julie Beatini – 5
  • Sasha Tanner – 13
  • Gianna Tanner – 3
  • Cassidy McCabe – 12
  • Angela Mistrulli – 17
  • Holly Cronin – 19
  • James Cronin – 18
  • Juliette Candela – 6
  • John Candela – 4
  • Sabrina Moliarno – 2
  • Carl Moliarno – 21 days
  • Olivia Perez – 10
  • Sean Cahill – 15
  • Derrick Hobin – 17
  • Alexa Giorgetti – 6
  • Paul Girogetta – 10
  • Desiree DiDonna – 19
  • Stefanni Parish – 16
  • Stephen Simone – 32
  • Mark Benard – 30
  • Jason Diehl – 19
  • Jeannette Diehl – 15
  • Santi Yambem – 5
  • Lisa Cardinali – 32
  • Harris Bergsohn – 10
  • Richard Gary – 20
  • Jill Bernard-Ludmar – 26
  • Michael Grimmer – 19
  • Jennifer Jenkins – 25
  • Kyle Allingham – 4
  • Joseph McHugh – 10 months
  • Sophia McHugh – 10 months
  • Matthew McMahon – 19 months
  • Patrick McMahon – unborn
  • Emma Scandole – 4
  • Patrick O’Hagen – 18 months
  • Pierce O’Hagen – 18 months
  • Larissa Gay – 8
  • Raquel Cayne – 20 months
  • Monica DiDonna – 30
  • Anthony Martino – 27
  • Matthew Martino – 17
  • Sara Williams – 5 months
  • Robert Cirri, Jr. 16
  • Jessica Cirri – 12
  • Sophia Amoroso – 18 months
  • Gregory Todisco – 19
  • Lisa Todisco – 21
  • Christina Ianotti – 18 months
  • Joseph Maher – 20
  • Brendan Corrigan – 26
  • Danielle Bruehart – 2
  • Dominick Calia – 7
  • George Gadiel – 20
  • Chris Allingham – 6
  • Danielle Green – 4
  • Dorothea Wotton – 2
  • Rodney Wotton – unborn
  • Holly O’Neil – unborn
  • Dakota Schlag – 10
  • Leslee Houston – unborn
  • Katie Bergin – 11
  • John Bergin – 9
  • Shannon Bergin – 6
  • Roberta Chin – unborn
  • Samantha Eisenberg – 16
  • Lorraine Reilly – 13
  • Sheryl Magnuson – 20
  • Rebecca Chang – 7
  • Alan Zukelman – 3
  • Lisa Kennedy – 29
  • Chris Maldonado – 9
  • Jenna Calia – 12
  • Jeff Magnuson – 23
  • Erin Coughlin – 16
  • Mark Filipkowski – 38
  • Dina Marie – 21
  • Tristan Joseph – 2
  • Constantine Economos – 13
  • Katherine Economos – 11
  • Tanya Davis – 36
  • Anthony Picerno – 13
  • Kaylee Rosenberg – 2
  • Vardna Jain – 17
  • Sara McWilliams – 5 months
  • Nikita Shah – 9
  • Matthew Ferguson – 16
  • Samantha Rosenberg – 5
  • Kathryn Grazioso – 7
  • Kristen Grazioso – 4
  • Michael Grazioso – 10 months
  • Kaylee Rosenberg – 2
  • Daniel Maher – 24
  • Elizabeth Haynes – 4
  • William Haynes – 4
  • T.J. Smith, Jr. 13
  • Pam Boganoff – 18
  • Jennifer Thompson – 25
  • Bridget Bueche – 10
  • Brandon Huggins – 6
  • Jake Halloran – 15
  • Conor Halloran – 13
  • Aidan Halloran – 12
  • Kieran Halloran – 8
  • Declan Halloran – 2
  • Phelan Halloran – unborn
  • Michael Lynch – 2 1/2
  • Jack Lynch – 6 months
  • Charlie Straine – 6
  • Finn Straine – 2 1/2
  • Dean Zinzi – 2 months
  • Maxwell Simpson – 6
  • Leeann Simpson – 6
  • Elania Simpson – 6
  • Adam Vukosa – 2
  • Austin Vukosa 0 7
  • Jospeh Hasson, IV – 3 months
  • Anna Sweeny – 5
  • Elana Rosealbert – 11
  • Lynette Rivera – 27
  • Loren Faulkner – 18
  • Ashley Faulkner – 13
  • Timothy Aron – 11
  • Jenna Griffin – 11
  • Julie Griffen – 9
  • Franseca Giammonan – 8
  • William Krukowski – 9
  • Colin Ryan – 14
  • Iryna Ushakova – 24
  • Olena Pavlova – 27
  • Kristin Galush-Wild – 31
  • Liam Stewart – 2 1/2
  • Joseph DallaValla – 13
  • Christie Horrocks – 9
  • Amanda Stuart – 11 months
  • Alessandra Spordone-Bustillo – 9 months
  • Dayna Martinez-Bustillo – 7
  • Allison Vadhan – 40
  • Jacques Debeuneure – 32
  • Rebecca Chang – 7
  • Mark Whitford – 10
  • Chloe McHugh – 5
  • Vanessa Bernjamin – Wilson – 40
  • David Beamer – 3
  • Andrew Beamer – 1
  • Morgan Beamer – unborn
  • Tara Healy – 4
  • Patrick Healy – 2
  • Erin Healy – unborn
  • Matthew Healy – unborn
  • Melina Bartels – 7
  • Eva Bartels – 4
  • Jacob Kleinberg – 9
  • Kyle Morris – 7
  • Jill Regan – 22
  • Timothy Fischer – 14
  • Kayla Oelschlager – 8
  • Carly Gordenstern – 3
  • Jaclyn Schrang – 22
  • Erin McNally – 13
  • Maria Lipari – 40
  • Brienne McNally – 11
  • John Fischer – 9
  • Laura Fischer – 12
  • Jona Raub – 3 months
  • Kayla Coughlin – 6
  • Suzann Cayne – 7
  • Dylan Garbani – 5
  • Philip Garbani – 3
  • Sarah Wodenshek – 9
  • Haley Wodenshek – 8
  • Mollie Wodenshek – 6
  • William Wodenshek – 4
  • Zachary Wodenthek – 2
  • Kathleen Coppo – 22
  • Isabelle Crawford – unborn
  • Caroline Tumulty-Ollemar – 4 months
  • Alexandria Catalano – 5
  • Christopher Catalano – unborn
  • Jasmine Victoria – 19
  • Colin Shea – 4
  • Abigail Shea – 2
  • Margaret Shea – 7 months
  • Gilbert Ruiz, Jr. – 30
  • Michael Modafferi – 16
  • Jessica Fiore – 16
  • Jameer Hinds – 2
  • Cristen Fiore – 13
  • Jennifer Mascali – 21
  • George Burke- 11 months
  • Joseph Modafferi – 12
  • Jaclyn Calia – 9
  • Jeanna Calia – 12
  • Christian Espinoza – 11
  • Stephanie Espinoza – 9
  • Christine Baione – 18
  • James Gallagher – 2 months
  • Christopher Maggeti – 21
  • Katelyn Mascali – 8
  • Tyler Manning – 10 months
  • Francisca Wester – 29
  • Christopher Neira – 20
  • Julie Kellet – 5
  • Cameron Kellet – 4
  • Robert Tuomey – 16
  • Tamia Merino – 11
  • Joseph Crisci – 13
  • Michael Fiore – 11
  • Nicole Palazzo – 4
  • Elyse Harell – 15
  • Marissa Harell – 13
  • Alejandro Munoz – 5
  • Claudia Munoz – 2
  • Yennake Hall – 24
  • Salvatore Pepe – 18 months
  • Santi Yamben – 5
  • Francine Roman – 35
  • Robert Bruno – 5
  • Jason Bruno – 10
  • Richard Friedman – 7 months

If you would like to add your name to the letter, please submit your name and the age you were on Sept. 11, 2001 below.