However, there are far graver and more portentous issues with this United document (voice drops an octave.) It releases the names of five individuals who still haven't appeared in the public record as of the OCTOBER 7, 2001, snapshot at 06:15:44 hours. Included, along with the names Louis J. Nacke, Hilda Marcin, and Kristin Gould (or Gould White, White Gould, or Olga Osterholm ) is a sole and solitary Donald Peterson---sans spouse---as well as Jane C. Folger, whom we have on record in the Sept. 30, 2001, San Francisco Chronicle, article as being a member of one of the "families [which] at first sought to grieve in private," so that "their names are not on any official accounting of the doomed flight's passengers or on public lists," at least through the end of September. It is this matter of "family privacy" which United claims as its motivation, and herein they carelessly disclose an identity, which subsequently declared itself as having previously been sensitive and reluctant, desirous of privacy. Thank God, the main stream media was able to hold its tongue!
September 12, 2001, United Airlines Press Release, 01:03PM, EST, [updated with additional information on September 13, 14, 15, 17 and 18] [first web crawl Nov. 28, 2003]
United Airlines Releases Names of Passengers and Crew Members Onboard United Flights 93 and 175
With deep sadness, United Airlines now is confirming a partial list of the names of passengers and a full list of crew members onboard UA Flights 93 and 175. Both aircraft were confirmed to have crashed in yesterday's unprecedented acts of terrorism. At the request of the victims' families, a number of names have been withheld from release. Out of respect for the families and in line with sentiments expressed to the airline by the families, United yesterday decided not to release this partial list until this morning...
The passenger and crew member names for each flight are as follows:
NOTE: The list of our passengers' and crew members' names has been updated with additional information on September 13, 14, 15, 17 and 18, in accordance with the requests of the families...
With deep sadness, United Airlines now is confirming a partial list of the names of passengers and a full list of crew members onboard UA Flights 93 and 175. Both aircraft were confirmed to have crashed in yesterday's unprecedented acts of terrorism. At the request of the victims' families, a number of names have been withheld from release. Out of respect for the families and in line with sentiments expressed to the airline by the families, United yesterday decided not to release this partial list until this morning. United Chairman and CEO James E. Goodwin said, "The thoughts and prayers of all of us at United are with the families and friends of the victims. United is committed to helping the families and friends of these victims and has mobilized family assistance teams around the nation to help. In addition, we will make every resource available at this company to assist the authorities with every aspect of the investigation. Yesterday's unprecedented chain of events has been devastating for all of us at United, to our nation, and to people around the world."
There were two pilots, five flight attendants and 37 passengers onboard flight UA 93. NOTE: The number of passengers onboard United Flight 93 was corrected to 37 after United learned that one passenger had purchased two tickets. This led the airline initially to report that there were 38 passengers onboard the flight, when there were, in fact, 37 passengers onboard.
There were two pilots, seven flight attendants and 56 passengers onboard flight UA 175. The passenger and crew member names for each flight are as follows:
NOTE: The list of our passengers' and crew members' names has been updated with additional information on September 13, 14, 15, 17 and 18, in accordance with the requests of the families.
UNITED FLIGHT 93
CAPTAIN JASON DAHL
FIRST OFFICER LEROY HOMER
FLIGHT ATTENDANT WANDA A. GREEN
FLIGHT ATTENDANT LORRAINE G. BAY
FLIGHT ATTENDANT CEECEE LYLES
FLIGHT ATTENDANT SANDRA W. BRADSHAW
FLIGHT ATTENDANT DEBORAH A. WELSH
Passengers: [29 out of 37 named as of 9/18]
CHRISTIAN ADAMS -- KRISTIN GOULD*
TODD BEAMER -- LAUREN GRANDCOLAS
ALAN BEAVEN -- DONALD GREENE
MARK BINGHAM -- LINDA GRONLUND
DEORA BODLEY -- RICHARD GUADAGNO
THOMAS BURNETT -- TOSHIYA KUGE
WILLIAM CASHMAN -- HILDA MARCIN*
GEORGINE CORRIGAN -- WALESKA MARTINEZ
JOSEPH DELUCA -- NICOLE MILLER
PATRICK DRISCOLL -- LOUIS J. NACKE*
EDWARD FELT -- DONALD PETERSON*
JANE C. FOLGER* -- MARK ROTHENBERG
COLLEEN FRASER -- JOHN TALIGNANI
ANDREW GARCIA -- HONOR WAINIO
Compare with below with the Sept. 14, AP list, and the Oct. 7, list.
Partial list of people missing or killed
Posted: Friday, September 14, 2001 [33 named - 26 passengers out of 33]
By The Associated Press
United Airlines Flight 93, Newark, N.J., to San Francisco, crashed in rural southwest Pennsylvania
Jason Dahl, 43, Denver, captain
Leroy Homer, Marlton, N.J., first officer
Lorraine Bay, flight attendant
Sandra Bradshaw, 38, Greensboro, N.C., flight attendant
Wanda Green, flight attendant
CeeCee Lyles, Fort Myers, Fla., flight attendant
Deborah Welsh, flight attendant
PASSENGERS: [26 names out of 33]
Todd Beamer, 32, of Cranbury, N.J., account manager, Oracle Corp.
Alan Beaven, 48, Oakland, Calif., environmental lawyer
Mark Bingham, 31, San Francisco, public relations firm owner
Deora Bodley, 20, Santa Clara, Calif., university student
Thomas E. Burnett Jr., 38, San Ramon, Calif., senior executive of medical research company
Edward Felt, 41, Matawan, N.J.
Andrew Garcia, 62, Portola Valley, Calif.
Jeremy Glick, 31, West Milford, N.J.
Lauren Grandcolas, 36, San Rafael, Calif., sales worker at Good Housekeeping magazine
Donald F. Greene, 52, Greenwich, Conn.
Richard Guadagno, 38, Eureka, Calif., Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge manager, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Nicole Miller, 21, San Jose, student, West Valley College
Christine Snyder, 32, Kailua, Hawaii
OCTOBER 7, 2001 1 snapshot 06:15:44 [33 names]
Thomas E. Burnett Jr.
Donald F. Green
Rejoining our regularly scheduled United press release:
UNITED FLIGHT 175
CAPTAIN VICTOR SARACINI
FIRST OFFICER MICHAEL HORROCKS
FLIGHT ATTENDANT KATHRYN L. YANCEY LABORIE (spelled "LaBorie")
FLIGHT ATTENDANT ROBERT J. FANGMAN
FLIGHT ATTENDANT ALFRED G. MARCHAND
FLIGHT ATTENDANT AMY N. JARRET
FLIGHT ATTENDANT MICHAEL C. TARROU
FLIGHT ATTENDANT AMY R. KING
FLIGHT ATTENDANT ALICIA N. TITUS
Passengers: [43 of 57 named as of 9/18]
ALONA AVRAHAM -- HERBERT HOMER
GARNET BAILEY --ROBERT A. JALBERT
MARK BAVIS -- RALPH KERSHAW
GRAHAM BERKELEY -- HEINRICH KIMMIG
TOURI BOLOURCHI -- BRIAN KINNEY
KLAUS BOTHE -- ROBERT LEBLANC (spelled "LeBlanc")
DANIEL BRANDHORST -- MACLOVIO LOPEZ
DAVID BRANDHORST -- MARIANNE MACFARLANE
JOHN CAHILL -- JULIANA MCCOURT
CHRISTOFFER CARSTANJEN -- RUTH MCCOURT
JOHN CORCORAN -- WOLFGANG MENZEL
DOROTHY DEARAUJO -- SHAWN NASSANEY
GLORIA DEBARRERA -- MARIE PAPPALARDO
LISA FROST -- PATRICK QUIGLEY
LYNN GOODCHILD -- JESUS SANCHEZ
FRANCIS GROGAN -- KATHLEEN SHEARER
C. MAX HAMMOND -- ROBERT SHEARER
CHRISTINE HANSON -- JANE SIMPKIN
PETER HANSON -- BRIAN SWEENEY
SUE KIM HANSON -- TIM WARD
GERALD HARDACRE -- WILLIAM WEEMS
Friends or family members who want more information on United Flights 93 or 175 should contact 1-800-932-8555 in the US. United also will post all available information it has on this website.
United also has established international toll-free numbers for friends or family members who want more information.
Those numbers are:
- Belgium: 027133646
- China: 10800110008
- France: 0169199659
- Germany: 06966985407
- Italy: 024829813
- The Netherlands: 0202013708
- United Kingdom: 08458444777 or 02088227766