About a dozen people gathered Friday in Murray-Dodge Hall to remember the events of Sept. 11, 2001, and the 13 Princeton alumni who died in the terrorist attacks that day.
Normally held in the memorial garden between Chancellor Green and Nassau Hall, the short ceremony was forced inside Murray-Dodge by stormy weather. The names of the alumni who died were recited, and a small bell was rung for each.
PAW remembers these undergraduate and graduate alumni:
Robert L. Cruikshank ’58 was a vice president at Carr Futures.
Charles A. McCrann ’68 was a senior vice president for Marsh and McLennan.
William E. Caswell *75, a Navy physicist, was aboard American Flight 77.
Martin P. “Buff” Wohlforth ’76 was a managing director for Sandler, O’Neill, & Partners.
Robert J. Deraney ’80, a consultant, was attending a breakfast meeting at Windows on the World.
Joshua A. Rosenthal *81 was a senior vice president for Fiduciary Trust.
Karen J. Klitzman ’84 worked for e-Speed, a division of Cantor Fitzgerald.
Jeffrey D. Wiener ’90 worked for Marsh USA.
John T. Schroeder ’92 recently had joined Fred Alger Management as a Nasdaq trader.
Christopher N. Ingrassia ’95 was a partner with Cantor Fitzgerald.
Robert G. McIlvaine ’97 who worked for Merrill Lynch, was attending a conference on the 106th floor of Tower One.
Christopher D. Mello ’98 worked for Alta Communications and was aboard American Airlines Flight 11.
Catherine F. MacRae ’00, was a research analyst for Fred Alger Management.
Remembrances of these alumni, written by family members and friends, were published in the Nov. 7, 2001, issue of PAW and are available here. By Marilyn H. Marks *86