And her unborn child

On September 12, 2011 the National September 11 Memorial & Museum will open in Lower Manhattan.  The names of those killed on September 11th and in the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center will be memorialized.  The names of eleven women will be followed by the words “and her unborn child” to acknowledge her pregnancy in accordance with her family’s wishes.

Monica Rodriguez Smith of Seaford, NY.  Age 35.  Died in 1993 World Trade Center bombing.
 
Deanna Lynn Galante of Staten Island, NY.  Age 32.  Died on 9/11 in the north tower, worked at Cantor Fitzgerald.
 
Lauren Catuzzi Grandcolas of San Rafael, CA. Age 38.  Died on 9/11 aboard United Airlines Flight 93, which crashed in Pennsylvania, passenger.
 
Jennifer L. Howley of New Hyde Park, NY. Age 34.  Died on 9/11 in the south tower, worked at Aon Corp.
 
Helen Crossin Kittle of Larchmont, NY.  Age 34.  Died on 9/11 in the north tower, worked at Cantor Fitzgerald.
 
Vanessa Lang Langer of Yonkers, NY.  Age 29.  Died on 9/11 in the south tower, worked at Regus Plc.
 
Patricia Ann Cimaroli Massari of Glendale, NY.  Age 25.  Died on 9/11 in the north tower, worked at Marsh & McLennan Cos., Inc.
 
Renée A. May of Baltimore, MD.  Age 39.  Died on 9/11 aboard American Airlines Flight 77, which crashed into the Pentagon, flight crew.
 
Sylvia San Pio Resta of Bayside, NY.  Age 26.  Died on 9/11 in the north tower, worked at Carr Futures, Inc.
 
Rahma Salie of Boston, MA.  Age 28.  Died on 9/11 aboard American Airlines Flight 11, which crashed into Tower One of the World Trade Center, passenger.
 
Dianne T. Signer of Middle Village, NY.  Age 32.  Died on 9/11 in the north tower, worked at Fred Alger Management, Inc.

List courtesy of Newsday.