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UA175- Passagierliste 04 Oct 2009 17:58 #363

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Die umstrittene Passagierliste sowie teile der Boardingliste sind hier als PDF zu finden: Datum: 27. Juni 2002

www.scribd.com/doc/13950225/United-175-M...Alshehhi-and-Alsheri

Bilder der Fax-Passagierliste:

Ein ernüchternder Gedanke, daß man zur Strafverfolgung eines Ladendiebs bessere Beweise braucht als dazu, einen Weltkrieg anzufangen. Anthony Scrivener
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United Airlines Flight 175 (without Hijackers):

A Boeing 767 bound from Boston to Los Angeles. The plane was carrying 56
passengers, two pilots and seven flight attendants. It crashed into the
other tower of the World Trade Center shortly after 9 a.m.

Crew:
ROBERT FANGMAN, 33, of Claymont, Del. was a flight attendant on United
Flight 175, which crashed into the World Trade Center's south tower. Debbie
Fangman said her brother was a fun-loving man who enjoyed dancing, gourmet
meals, red wine, pinball and dyeing his close-cropped hair. Fangman had
worked for Verizon Wireless before taking a job with United Airlines in
January. "He really found his calling when he joined the airline," said his
mother, Ruth.
MICHAEL HORROCKS, first officer, and a native of Hershey, Pa.
AMY JARRET, 28, North Smithfield, R.I., flight attendant.
AMY KING, 29, Stafford Springs, Conn., flight attendant
KATHRYN LABORIE, flight attendant
AL MARCHAND, 44, Alamogordo, N.M., flight attendant.
VICTOR SARACINI, 51, Lower Makefield Township, Pa., pilot of Flight 175.
MICHAEL TARROU, 28, Stafford Springs, Conn., flight attendant
ALICIA TITUS, 28, San Francisco, flight attendant
Passengers:
ALONA AVRAHAM, 30, Ashdot, Israel
GARNET "ACE" BAILEY, 53, Lynnfield, Mass., of Lynnfield, Mass., was director
of pro scouting for the Los Angeles Kings ice hockey team. Bailey was
entering his 32nd season as a player or scout in the NHL and his eighth as
the director of pro scouting for the Kings. He spent the previous 13 years
as a scout with the Edmonton Oilers, who won five Stanley Cups during that
time.
MARK BAVIS, 31, of West Newton, Mass., a scout for the Los Angeles Kings
professional hockey team, was aboard United Flight 175. Bavis attended
Boston University, where his twin brother, Michael, is an assistant coach
for the school's hockey team. Bavis is survived by his mother and two
brothers.
GRAHAM BERKELEY, 37, Wellesley, mass., Xerox Corp.
TOURI BOLOURCHI, 69, of Beverly Hills, Calif., a retired nurse born in
Tehran, was a passenger on United Flight 175. She moved to the United States
with her daughters in 1979 following the Islamic revolution. Her husband,
Akbar Bolourchi, joined them two years later by moving his medical practice
to Beverly Hills. Touri Bolourchi, who was fluent in six languages, had
spent two weeks with her daughter and two grandsons in Boston. Her husband
said his wife had not been to Boston for two years because she was afraid of
airplanes.
KLAUS BOTHE, 31, chief of development, BCT Technology AG, Germany
DANIEL BRANDHORST, 42, Los Angeles, Pricewaterhouse lawyer
DAVID BRANDHORST, 3, Los Angeles
JOHN CAHILL, Wellesley, Mass.
CHRISTOFFER CARSTANJEN, 33, Turner Falls, Mass., computer research
specialist at University of Massachusetts
JOHN "Jay" CORCORAN, 44, Norwell, Mass., merchant marine
DOROTHY DEARAUJO, 82, Long Beach, Calif.
GLORIA DE BARRERA, 49, El Salvador, exporter
LISA FROST, 22, Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., sales and marketing
associate, recent Boston University graduate
RONALD GAMBOA, 33, his partner Daniel Brandhorst, 42, and their son David
Brandhorst, 3, all of Los Angeles, were aboard United Flight 175 on one of
many family trips. "They did a lot of traveling, they were both
family-oriented," said Gamboa's sister, Jeannie Merwin. Gamboa managed Gap
stores in Los Angeles and Brandhorst was a lawyer.
LYNN GOODCHILD, 25, Attleboro, Mass., Putnam Investments
PETER GOODRICH, 33, Sudbury Mass. Products Manager MKS software
FRANCIS GROGAN, 76, Easton, Mass., priest at Holy Cross Church
CARL HAMMOND, 37, Boston
PETER HANSON, 32, Groton, Mass., software salesman
SUSAN HANSON, 35, Groton, Mass., student
CHRISTINE HANSON, 3, Groton, Mass.
GERALD HARDACRE, a 62-year-old Carlsbad resident, had been visiting his
daughter in Boston. "I have lost my best friend and the city has lost a man
who is productive," Hardacre's brother Larry said. "There's a big hole in a
lot of us and we don't know why this had to happen," he added. Hardacre was
an environmental engineer who helped make San Diego a cleaner, better place
to live. Though his life was taken by a despicable act, his family remains
united. "They have broken our hearts, but they are not going to break our
spirits," promised Hardacre's sister-in-law, Gretchen.
ERIC HARTONO, 20, Portland, OR high school student. He was moving from
Boston to Los Angeles.
JAMES E. HAYDEN, Westford, Mass., chief financial officer of Netegrity Inc.
HERBERT HOMER, Milford, Mass.
ROBERT JALBERT, 61, Swampscott, Mass., salesman
RALPH KERSHAW, 52, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass., marine surveyor
HEINRICH KIMMIG, 43, chairman of BCT Technology AG, Germany.
BRIAN KINNEY, 29, Lowell, Mass., PriceWaterhouse Cooper auditor
ROBERT LEBLANC, 70, Lee, N.H., professor emeritus of geography, University
of New Hampshire.
MACLOVIO "JOE" LOPEZ JR., 41, Norwalk, Calif.
MARIANNE MacFARLANE
LOUIS NELL MARIANI, 59, Derry, N.H.
JULIANA VALENTINE McCOURT, 4, New London, Conn.
RUTH McCOURT, 45, New London, Conn.
WOLFGANG MENZEL, 60, personnel manager, BCT Technology AG, Germany
SHAWN NASSANEY, 25, Pawtucket, R.I., American Power Conversion
PATRICK QUIGLEY, 40, Wellesley, Mass., partner at PriceWaterhouse Cooper
MARIE PAPPALARDO
FREDERICK RIMMELE, Marblehead, Mass., physician.
JAMES M. ROUX, 42, Portland, Maine
JESUS SANCHEZ, 45, Hudson, Mass., off-duty flight attendant.
KATHLEEN SHEARER, Dover, N.H.
ROBERT SHEARER, Dover, N.H.
JANE SIMPKIN, 35, Wayland, Mass.
BRIAN D. SWEENEY, 38, of Barnstable, Mass. Business consultant. Played
football at Boston University.
TIMOTHY WARD, 38, of San Diego; was an information technology project
manager with Rubio's Baja Grill restaurants. His mother, Susane Ward Baker,
lives in La Mesa, California. Baker told 10News in San Diego that her son
had gone to Boston to accompany his girlfriend on a business trip. He
reportedly decided to come home a little early and boarded United Airlines
Flight 175.
WILLIAM WEEMS, Marblehead, Mass., commercial producer.

Quelle:
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Ein ernüchternder Gedanke, daß man zur Strafverfolgung eines Ladendiebs bessere Beweise braucht als dazu, einen Weltkrieg anzufangen. Anthony Scrivener
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