Bear Island, Meredith, New HampshireHer son, Frederick John Cox, 27, an associate at the investment-banking firm Sandler O’Neill + Partners, died in the collapse of the World Trade Center’s Tower Two.Read Ann's story.
BaltimoreHer sister, Honor Elizabeth Wainio, 27, a retail district manager, was on United Flight 93, which crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.Read Sarah's story.
Suitland, MarylandHer uncle, Robert Russell, 52, worked as a military-budget supervisory analyst. He was on the first floor of the Pentagon when the building was struck.Read Akilah's story.
Garden City, New YorkHer husband, Stephen Tompsett, 39, a senior vice president at the brokerage firm Instinet, was attending the Risk Waters Group’s financial-technology conference at Windows on the World when the plane struck Tower One.Read Dorry's story.
Washington, D.C.Her brother, Kris Romeo Bishundat, 23, an information technician, second class, in the U.S. Navy, died in the attack on the Pentagon.Read Devita's story.
New York CityHis brother, Craig Lilore, a 30-year-old stock trader at Cantor Fitzgerald, died in the collapse of Tower One.Read Anthony's story.
Los AngelesHis brother, Charles Burlingame, 51, was the pilot of American Airlines Flight 77, which crashed into the Pentagon.Read Brad's story.
Danville, CaliforniaHer mother, Hilda Marcin, a 79-year-old retiree from Mount Olive, New Jersey, died in the crash of United Flight 93.Read Carole's story.
Maplewood, New JerseyHer friend, Douglas MacMillan Cherry, 38, a vice president for Aon Corporation, was in Tower Two when the plane struck.Read Jane's story.
New York CityHis best friend, Eric Bennett, 29, a vice president at Alliance Consulting Group, died when the plane struck Tower One.Read Tyrone's story.