Those who lost their lives on American Flight 77 are listed below.

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Bryan Jack
Bryan Jack, 48, of Alexandria, Virginia, budget analyst/director of the programming and fiscal economics division with the Defense Department.
Steven D. "Jake" Jacoby
Steven "Jake" Jacoby was a vice president and chief operating officer of the second largest wireless communications company in the United States. He didn't act ...

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Ann Judge
Ann Judge, 49, of Great Falls, Virginia, a travel officer manager with the National Geographic Society.
Chandler Raymond "Chad" Keller
Keller, Chandler "Chad" Raymond Chad was born in Manhattan Beach, California on October 8, 1971 and died September 11, 2001, on board the hijacked American ...

Paid Notice published in THE LOS ANGELES TIMES on September, 21, 2001.
Yvonne Kennedy
Yvonne Kennedy, 62, of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, an employee of the Australian Red Cross before her retirement.
Norma Khan
Norma Khan, 45, of Reston, Virginia, manager of member services with Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors-National Association.
Karen A. Kincaid
Karen A. Kincaid, a 40-year-old partner in a Washington, D.C., law firm, was traveling to a conference in Los Angeles where she was doing pro ...

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Dong Lee
Dong Lee, 48, of Leesburg, Virginia, an engineer with Boeing Co.
Jennifer Lewis
Friends thought flight attendants Jennifer and Kenneth Lewis were such a good match that they collectively referred to them as "Kennifer." Though the husband and ...

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Kenneth Lewis
Friends thought flight attendants Jennifer and Kenneth Lewis were such a good match that they collectively referred to them as "Kennifer." Though the husband and ...

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Renee Ann May
On September 11, 2001, RENEE ANN MAY, victim of American Airlines Flight 77. She was a graduate of San Diego State University and worked for ...

Paid Notice published in THE BALTIMORE SUN on September 24, 2001.
Dora Menchaca
Dora Menchaca, 45, of Santa Monica, California, an associate director of clinical research at Amgen Inc.
Christopher Newton
Christopher Newton, 38, of Ashburn, Virginia, an executive at WorkLife Benefits.
Barbara Olson
September 13, 2001
Barbara Olson, Advocate and Conservative Commentator, Dies at 45
By NEIL A. LEWIS
WASHINGTON, Sept. 12 — Barbara K. ...

Editorial Obituary published in THE NEW YORK TIMES on September 13, 2001
Ruben Ornedo
Ruben Ornedo, 39, of Los Angeles, a propulsion engineer with Boeing Co.
Robert Penninger
Robert Penninger, 63, of Poway, California, an electrical engineer with BAE Systems.
Robert R. Ploger III
Robert R. Ploger III, 59, of Annandale, Virginia, a software architect with Lockheed Martin Corp.
Zandra Ploger
Zandra Ploger of Annandale, Virginia.
Lisa J. Raines
September 13, 2001
Lisa J. Raines, a Lobbyist for Biotechnology, Is Dead at 42
By ANDREW POLLACK
Lisa J. Raines, one of ...

Editorial Obituary published in THE NEW YORK TIMES on September 13, 2001.
Todd Reuben
Todd Reuben, 40, of Potomac, Maryland, a tax and business lawyer.
John Sammartino
John Sammartino, 37, of Annandale, Virginia, a technical manager for XonTech Inc.
Diane Simmons
DIANE SIMMONS and her husband GEORGE, of Great Falls, Va., were on the first leg of a journey to Hawaii to spread her father's ashes ...

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George Simmons
DIANE SIMMONS and her husband GEORGE, of Great Falls, Va., were on the first leg of a journey to Hawaii to spread her father's ashes ...

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Mari-Rae Sopper
Mari-Rae Sopper wasn't scared of tall odds.
As a student at Palatine's Fremd High School in the 1980s, she led the girls gymnastics team from doormat ...

Profile courtesy of THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE.
Robert Speisman
September 15, 2001
Robert Speisman, Executive, Dies at 48
Robert Speisman, executive vice president at Lazare Kaplan
International in New York, a worldwide diamond ...

Editorial Obituary published in THE NEW YORK TIMES on September 15, 2001.
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