This year marks the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks that took the lives of almost 3,000 people, including 14 Princetonians.
The 9/11 Service of Remembrance, to be held Saturday, September 11 at 10 a.m. at the 9/11 Memorial Garden between Nassau and Chancellor Green Halls, will honor and remember those Princetonians who tragically lost their lives that day.
In order of their class and graduate year, the fallen alumni include:
Robert L. Cruikshank ’58, A.B. Economics
Charles A. McCrann ’68, A.B. History
Philip Guza *72, Ph.D. Mathematics
William E. Caswell *75, Ph.D. Physics
Martin P. Wohlforth ’76, A.B. Politics
Robert J. Deraney ’80, A.B. Near Eastern Studies
Joshua A. Rosenthal *81, MPA, School of Public and International Affairs
Karen Klitzman ’84, A.B. Sociology
Jeffrey D. Wiener ’90, BSE Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
John Schroeder ’92, A.B. History
Christopher Ingrassia ’95, A.B. Economics
Robert G. McIlvaine ’97, A.B. English
Christopher Mello ’98, A.B. Psychology
Catherine MacRae ’00, A.B. Economics
The ceremony will include remarks by President Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83 and Rev. Alison Boden, dean of Religious Life and the Chapel, with prayers or reflections from the University’s Jewish, Islamic, Christian, Buddhist and Hindu clergy.
During the ceremony, the 14 names will be read aloud by Mary Newburn ’97, president of the Alumni Association, followed by University Trustee Kim Goodwin ’81, who will ring the bronze “Remembrance” bell after each name is read.
All are welcome to attend the ceremony, and the event will be live-streamed on both the @Princetonalumni and @Princeton social media channels and on mediacentral.princeton.edu. A recording of the service will be available on September 13 at mediacentral.princeton.edu.
Read reflections about the alumni in a PAW article published November 7, 2001.