Celebate Hispanic American Heritage Month! ¡Celebre el Mes de la Herencia Hispana!

I’m delighted to join in celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15).

Hispanic Americans are the largest minority group in both California and the United States, and generations of Hispanic Americans have helped make our country and our state strong and prosperous. The Hispanic American community continues to shape who we are, what we stand for, and where we’re going.

I’m grateful for the extraordinary contributions that Hispanic Americans make every day to our country, our state, and our county -– as scientists and business owners,  doctors and teachers, soldiers and veterans, artists and musicians, labor leaders and public servants, and as essential workers keeping us safe during this crisis.

The Hispanic American Heritage is a vibrant legacy of leadership, vision, creativity, kindness, resilience and commitment.  I’m proud to work together with my Hispanic American friends, colleagues, and neighbors to overcome the pandemic and save lives, make our economy stronger and fairer, ensure affordable housing and healthcare for all, fix our broken immigration system, fight climate change, restore our democracy, and make our world a better place for everyone.

¡Sí, se puede!

Democracy in Action: Public Outrage Leads Irvine City Council to Call on U.S. Postal Service to End and Rescind Actions that Impede Prompt Delivery of the Mail!

Following reports of postal boxes disappearing across Orange County, coupled with recent news stories that the Postmaster General of the United States was removing thousands of postal boxes and mail-sorting machines, eliminating overtime for mail carriers, and reducing post office hours, I joined with Irvine City Councilmember Farrah Khan in calling for the Irvine City Council to speak up on behalf of our residents to urge the Postmaster General to immediately end and rescind these changes.

Thanks to tremendous public support, we succeeded!

At the Irvine City Council meeting on September 8, 2020, the Council unanimously agreed to send an official letter to the U.S. Postmaster, on behalf of our residents, to cease and rescind any actions that undermine prompt delivery of the mail, including “expeditious action to re-store mail sorting equipment and remedy the recent changes to USPS polices and procedures that would result in reduced or delayed mail service levels.”

Here is the full text of the official letter sent to the U.S. Postmaster General:

Thank you to everyone who wrote to the Irvine City Council in support of the U.S. Postal Service! This letter is truly the result of democracy in action.

Now, we must keep the pressure on the federal government to ensure that the USPS “to provide prompt, reliable, and efficient services to patrons in all areas and render postal services to all communities, without interruption.”

We Remember.

The sky was falling and streaked with blood
I heard you calling me, then you disappeared into the dust
Up the stairs, into the fire . . . 
May your strength give us strength
May your faith give us faith
May your hope give us hope
May your love give us love

Today we remember all who lost their lives at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, on September 11, 2001, including 343 members of the New York City Fire Department, who raced up the stairs into the fire, in an attempt to save others.

The World Trade Center (New York, New York)

Gordon McCannel Aamoth, 32, New York, N.Y.

Maria Rose Abad, 49, Syosset, N.Y.

Edelmiro (Ed) Abad, 54, New York, N.Y.

Andrew Anthony Abate, 37, Melville, N.Y.

Vincent Abate, 40, New York, N.Y.

Laurence Christopher Abel, 37

William F. Abrahamson, 58, Cortland Manor, N.Y.

Richard Anthony Aceto, 42, Wantagh, N.Y.

Erica Van Acker, 62, New York, N.Y.

Heinrich B. Ackermann, 38, New York, N.Y.

Paul Andrew Acquaviva, 29, Glen Rock, N.J.

Donald L. Adams, 28, Chatham, N.J.

Shannon Lewis Adams, 25, New York, N.Y.

Stephen Adams, 51, New York, N.Y.

Patrick Adams, 60, New York, N.Y.

Ignatius Adanga, 62, New York, N.Y.

Christy A. Addamo, 28, New Hyde Park, N.Y.

Terence E. Adderley, 22, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.

Sophia B. Addo, 36, New York, N.Y.

Lee Adler, 48, Springfield, N.J.

Daniel Thomas Afflitto, 32, Manalapan, N.J.

Emmanuel Afuakwah, 37, New York, N.Y.

Alok Agarwal, 36, Jersey City, N.J.

Mukul Agarwala, 37, New York, N.Y.

Joseph Agnello, 35, New York, N.Y.

David Scott Agnes, 46, New York, N.Y.

Joao A. Aguiar Jr., 30, Red Bank, N.J.

Lt. Brian G. Ahearn, 43, Huntington, N.Y.

Jeremiah J. Ahern, 74, Cliffside Park, N.J.

Joanne Ahladiotis, 27, New York, N.Y.

Shabbir Ahmed, 47, New York, N.Y.

Terrance Andre Aiken, 30, New York, N.Y.

Godwin Ajala, 33, New York, N.Y.

Gertrude M. Alagero, 37, New York, N.Y.

Andrew Alameno, 37, Westfield, N.J.

Margaret Ann (Peggy) Jezycki Alario, 41, New York, N.Y.

Gary Albero, 39, Emerson, N.J.

Jon L. Albert, 46, Upper Nyack, N.Y.

Peter Craig Alderman, 25, New York, N.Y.

Jacquelyn Delaine Aldridge, 46, New York, N.Y.

Grace Alegre-Cua, 40, Glen Rock, N.J.

David D. Alger, 57, New York, N.Y.

Ernest Alikakos, 43, New York, N.Y.

Edward L. Allegretto, 51, Colonia, N.J.

Eric Allen, 44, New York, N.Y.

Joseph Ryan Allen, 39, New York, N.Y.

Richard Lanard Allen, 30, New York, N.Y.

Richard Dennis Allen, 31, New York, N.Y.

Christopher Edward Allingham, 36, River Edge, N.J.

Janet M. Alonso, 41, Stony Point, N.Y.

Anthony Alvarado, 31, New York, N.Y.

Antonio Javier Alvarez, 23, New York, N.Y.

Telmo Alvear, 25, New York, N.Y.

Cesar A. Alviar, 60, Bloomfield, N.J.

Tariq Amanullah, 40, Metuchen, N.J.

Angelo Amaranto, 60, New York, N.Y.

James Amato, 43, Ronkonkoma, N.Y.

Joseph Amatuccio, 41, New York, N.Y.

Christopher Charles Amoroso, 29, New York, N.Y.

Kazuhiro Anai, 42, Scarsdale, N.Y.

Calixto Anaya, 35, Suffern, N.Y.

Jorge Octavio Santos Anaya, 25, Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, Mexico

Joseph Peter Anchundia, 26, New York, N.Y.

Kermit Charles Anderson, 57, Green Brook, N.J.

Yvette Anderson, 53, New York, N.Y.

John Andreacchio, 52, New York, N.Y.

Michael Rourke Andrews, 34, Belle Harbor, N.Y.

Jean A. Andrucki, 42, Hoboken, N.J.

Siew-Nya Ang, 37, East Brunswick, N.J.

Joseph Angelini, 38, Lindenhurst, N.Y.

Joseph Angelini, 63, Lindenhurst, N.Y.

Laura Angilletta, 23, New York, N.Y.

Doreen J. Angrisani, 44, New York, N.Y.

Lorraine D. Antigua, 32, Middletown, N.J.

Peter Paul Apollo, 26, Hoboken, N.J.

Faustino Apostol, 55, New York, N.Y.

Frank Thomas Aquilino, 26, New York, N.Y.

Patrick Michael Aranyos, 26, New York, N.Y.

David Gregory Arce, 36, New York, N.Y.

Michael G. Arczynski, 45, Little Silver, N.J.

Louis Arena, 32, New York, N.Y.

Adam Arias, 37, Staten Island, N.Y.

Michael J. Armstrong, 34, New York, N.Y.

Jack Charles Aron, 52, Bergenfield, N.J.

Joshua Aron, 29, New York, N.Y.

Richard Avery Aronow, 48, Mahwah, N.J.

Japhet J. Aryee, 49, Spring Valley, N.Y.

Carl Asaro, 39, Middletown, N.Y.

Michael A. Asciak, 47, Ridgefield, N.J.

Michael Edward Asher, 53, Monroe, N.Y.

Janice Ashley, 25, Rockville Centre, N.Y.

Thomas J. Ashton, 21, New York, N.Y.

Manuel O. Asitimbay, 36, New York, N.Y.

Lt. Gregg Arthur Atlas, 45, Howells, N.Y.

Gerald Atwood, 38, New York, N.Y.

James Audiffred, 38, New York, N.Y.

Kenneth W. Van Auken, 47, East Brunswick, N.J.

Louis F. Aversano, Jr, 58, Manalapan, N.J.

Ezra Aviles, 41, Commack, N.Y.

Ayodeji Awe, 42, New York, N.Y

Samuel (Sandy) Ayala, 36, New York, N.Y.

Arlene T. Babakitis, 47, Secaucus, N.J.

Eustace (Rudy) Bacchus, 48, Metuchen, N.J.

John James Badagliacca, 35, New York, N.Y.

Jane Ellen Baeszler, 43, New York, N.Y.

Robert J. Baierwalter, 44, Albertson, N.Y.

Andrew J. Bailey, 29, New York, N.Y.

Brett T. Bailey, 28, Bricktown, N.J.

Tatyana Bakalinskaya, 43, New York, N.Y.

Michael S. Baksh, 36, Englewood, N.J.

Sharon Balkcom, 43, White Plains, N.Y.

Michael Andrew Bane, 33, Yardley, Pa.

Kathy Bantis, 44, Chicago, Ill.

Gerard Jean Baptiste, 35, New York, N.Y.

Walter Baran, 42, New York, N.Y.

Gerard A. Barbara, 53, New York, N.Y.

Paul V. Barbaro, 35, Holmdel, N.J.

James W. Barbella, 53, Oceanside, N.Y.

Ivan Kyrillos Fairbanks Barbosa, 30, Jersey City, N.J.

Victor Daniel Barbosa, 23, New York, N.Y.

Colleen Ann Barkow, 26, East Windsor, N.J.

David Michael Barkway, 34, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Matthew Barnes, 37, Monroe, N.Y.

Sheila Patricia Barnes, 55, Bay Shore, N.Y.

Evan J. Baron, 38, Bridgewater, N.J.

Renee Barrett-Arjune, 41, Irvington, N.J.

Arthur T. Barry, 35, New York, N.Y.

Diane G. Barry, 60, New York, N.Y.

Maurice Vincent Barry, 49, Rutherford, N.J.

Scott D. Bart, 28, Malverne, N.Y.

Carlton W. Bartels, 44, New York, N.Y.

Guy Barzvi, 29, New York, N.Y.

Inna Basina, 43, New York, N.Y.

Alysia Basmajian, 23, Bayonne, N.J.

Kenneth William Basnicki, 48, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada

Lt. Steven J. Bates, 42, New York, N.Y.

Paul James Battaglia, 22, New York, N.Y.

David Bauer, 45, Rumson, N.J.

Ivhan Luis Carpio Bautista, 24, New York, N.Y.

Marlyn C. Bautista, 46, Iselin, N.J.

Jasper Baxter, 45, Philadelphia, Pa.

Michele (Du Berry) Beale, 37, Essex, Britain

Paul F. Beatini, 40, Park Ridge, N.J.

Jane S. Beatty, 53, Belford, N.J.

Larry I. Beck, 38, Baldwin, N.Y.

Manette Marie Beckles, 43, Rahway, N.J.

Carl John Bedigian, 35, New York, N.Y.

Michael Beekman, 39, New York, N.Y.

Maria Behr, 41, Milford, N.J.

Yelena Belilovsky, 38, Mamaroneck, N.Y.

Nina Patrice Bell, 39, New York, N.Y.

Andrea Della Bella, 59, Jersey City, N.J.

Debbie S. Bellows, 30, East Windsor, N.J.

Stephen Elliot Belson, 51, New York, N.Y.

Paul Michael Benedetti, 32, New York, N.Y.

Denise Lenore Benedetto, 40, New York, N.Y.

Bryan Craig Bennett, 25, New York, N.Y.

Oliver Duncan Bennett, 29, London, England

Eric L. Bennett, 29, New York, N.Y.

Margaret L. Benson, 52, Rockaway, N.J.

Dominick J. Berardi, 25, New York, N.Y.

James Patrick Berger, 44, Lower Makefield, Pa.

Steven Howard Berger, 45, Manalapan, N.J.

John P. Bergin, 39, New York, N.Y.

Alvin Bergsohn, 48, Baldwin Harbor, N.Y.

Daniel D. Bergstein, 38, Teaneck, N.J.

Michael J. Berkeley, 38, New York, N.Y.

Donna Bernaerts-Kearns, 44, Hoboken, N.J.

David W. Bernard, 57, Chelmsford, Mass.

William Bernstein, 44, New York, N.Y.

David M. Berray, 39, New York, N.Y.

David S. Berry, 43, New York, N.Y.

Joseph J. Berry, 55, Saddle River, N.J.

William Reed Bethke, 36, Hamilton, N.J.

Timothy D. Betterly, 42, Little Silver, N.J.

Edward F. Beyea, 42, New York, N.Y.

Paul Michael Beyer, 37, New York, N.Y.

Anil T. Bharvaney, 41, East Windsor, N.J.

Bella Bhukhan, 24, Union, N.J.

Shimmy D. Biegeleisen, 42, New York, N.Y.

Peter Alexander Bielfeld, 44, New York, N.Y.

William Biggart, 54, New York, N.Y.

Brian Bilcher, 36, New York, N.Y.

Carl Vincent Bini, 44, New York, N.Y.

Gary Bird, 51, Tempe, Ariz.

Joshua David Birnbaum, 24, New York, N.Y.

George Bishop, 52, Granite Springs, N.Y.

Jeffrey D. Bittner, 27, New York, N.Y.

Balewa Albert Blackman, 26, New York, N.Y.

Christopher Joseph Blackwell, 42, Patterson, N.Y.

Susan L. Blair, 35, East Brunswick, N.J.

Harry Blanding, 38, Blakeslee, Pa.

Janice L. Blaney, 55, Williston Park, N.Y.

Craig Michael Blass, 27, Greenlawn, N.Y.

Rita Blau, 52, New York, N.Y.

Richard M. Blood, 38, Ridgewood, N.J.

Michael A. Boccardi, 30, Bronxville, N.Y.

John Paul Bocchi, 38, New Vernon, N.J.

Michael L. Bocchino, 45, New York, N.Y.

Susan Mary Bochino, 36, New York, N.Y.

Bruce Douglas (Chappy) Boehm, 49, West Hempstead, N.Y.

Mary Katherine Boffa, 45, New York, N.Y.

Nicholas A. Bogdan, 34, Browns Mills, N.J.

Darren C. Bohan, 34, New York, N.Y.

Lawrence Francis Boisseau, 36, Freehold, N.J.

Vincent M. Boland, 25, Ringwood, N.J.

Alan Bondarenko, 53, Flemington, N.J.

Andre Bonheur, 40, New York, N.Y.

Colin Arthur Bonnett, 39, New York, N.Y.

Frank Bonomo, 42, Port Jefferson, N.Y.

Yvonne L. Bonomo, 30, New York, N.Y.

Sean Booker, 35, Irvington, N.J.

Sherry Ann Bordeaux, 38, Jersey City, N.J.

Krystine C. Bordenabe, 33, Old Bridge, N.J.

Martin Boryczewski, 29, Parsippany, N.J.

Richard E. Bosco, 34, Suffern, N.Y.

John Howard Boulton, 29, New York, N.Y.

Francisco Bourdier, 41, New York, N.Y.

Thomas H. Bowden, 36, Wyckoff, N.J.

Kimberly S. Bowers, 31, Islip, N.Y.

Veronique (Bonnie) Nicole Bowers, 28, New York, N.Y.

Larry Bowman, 46, New York, N.Y.

Shawn Edward Bowman, 28, New York, N.Y.

Kevin L. Bowser, 45, Philadelphia, Pa.

Gary R. Box, 37, North Bellmore, N.Y.

Gennady Boyarsky, 34, New York, N.Y.

Pamela Boyce, 43, New York, N.Y.

Michael Boyle, 37, Westbury, N.Y.

Alfred Braca, 54, Leonardo, N.J.

Sandra Conaty Brace, 60, New York, N.Y.

Kevin H. Bracken, 37, New York, N.Y.

David Brian Brady, 41, Summit, N.J.

Alexander Braginsky, 38, Stamford, Conn.

Nicholas W. Brandemarti, 21, Mantua, N.J.

Michelle Renee Bratton, 23, Yonkers, N.Y.

Patrice Braut, 31, New York, N.Y.

Lydia Estelle Bravo, 50, Dunellen, N.J.

Ronald Michael Breitweiser, 39, Middletown Township, N.J.

Edward A. Brennan, 37, New York, N.Y.

Frank H. Brennan, 50, New York, N.Y.

Michael Emmett Brennan, 27, New York, N.Y.

Peter Brennan, 30, Ronkonkoma, N.Y.

Thomas M. Brennan, 32, Scarsdale, N.Y.

Capt. Daniel Brethel, 43, Farmingdale, N.Y.

Gary L. Bright, 36, Union City, N.J.

Jonathan Eric Briley, 43, Mount Vernon, N.Y.

Mark A. Brisman, 34, Armonk, N.Y.

Paul Gary Bristow, 27, New York, N.Y.

Victoria Alvarez Brito, 38, New York, N.Y.

Mark Francis Broderick, 42, Old Bridge, N.J.

Herman C. Broghammer, 58, North Merrick, N.Y.

Keith Broomfield, 49, New York, N.Y.

Janice J. Brown, 35, New York, N.Y.

Lloyd Brown, 28, Bronxville, N.Y.

Capt. Patrick J. Brown, 48, New York, N.Y.

Bettina Browne, 49, Atlantic Beach, N.Y.

Mark Bruce, 40, Summit, N.J.

Richard Bruehert, 38, Westbury, N.Y.

Andrew Brunn, 28,  Levittown, N.Y.

Capt. Vincent Brunton, 43, New York, N.Y.

Ronald Paul Bucca, 47, Tuckahoe, N.Y.

Brandon J. Buchanan, 24, New York, N.Y.

Greg Joseph Buck, 37, New York, N.Y.

Dennis Buckley, 38, Chatham, N.J.

Nancy Bueche, 43, Hicksville, N.Y.

Patrick Joseph Buhse, 36, Lincroft, N.J.

John E. Bulaga, 35, Paterson, N.J.

Stephen Bunin, 45, New York, N.Y.

Thomas Daniel Burke, 38, Bedford Hills, N.Y.

Capt. William F. Burke, 46, New York, N.Y.

Matthew J. Burke, 28, New York, N.Y.

Donald James Burns, 61, Nissequogue, N.Y.

Kathleen A. Burns, 49, New York, N.Y.

Keith James Burns, 39, East Rutherford, N.J.

John Patrick Burnside, 36, New York, N.Y.

Irina Buslo, 32, New York, N.Y.

Milton Bustillo, 37, New York, N.Y.

Thomas M. Butler, 37, Kings Park, N.Y.

Patrick Byrne, 39, New York, N.Y.

Timothy G. Byrne, 36, Manhattan, N.Y.

Jesus Cabezas, 66, New York, N.Y.

Lillian Caceres, 48, New York, N.Y.

Brian Joseph Cachia, 26, New York, N.Y.

Steven Cafiero, 31, New York, N.Y.

Richard M. Caggiano, 25, New York, N.Y.

Cecile M. Caguicla, 55, Boonton, N.J.

Michael John Cahill, 37, East Williston, N.Y.

Scott W. Cahill, 30, West Caldwell, N.J.

Thomas J. Cahill, 36, Franklin Lakes, N.J.

George Cain, 35, Massapequa, N.Y.

Salvatore B. Calabro, 38, New York, N.Y.

Joseph Calandrillo, 49, Hawley, Pa.

Philip V. Calcagno, 57, New York, N.Y.

Edward Calderon, 44, Jersey City, N.J.

Kenneth Marcus Caldwell, 30, New York, N.Y.

Dominick E. Calia, 40, Manalapan, N.J.

Felix (Bobby) Calixte, 38, New York, N.Y.

Capt. Frank Callahan, 51, New York, N.Y.

Liam Callahan, 44, Rockaway, N.J.

Luigi Calvi, 34, East Rutherford, N.J.

Roko Camaj, 60, Manhasset, N.Y.

Michael Cammarata, 22, Huguenot, N.Y.

David Otey Campbell, 51, Basking Ridge, N.J.

Geoffrey Thomas Campbell, 31, New York, N.Y.

Sandra Patricia Campbell, 45, New York, N.Y.

Jill Marie Campbell, 31, New York, N.Y.

Robert Arthur Campbell, 25, New York, N.Y.

Juan Ortega Campos, 32, New York, N.Y.

Sean Canavan, 39, New York, N.Y.

John A. Candela, 42, Glen Ridge, N.J.

Vincent Cangelosi, 30, New York, N.Y.

Stephen J. Cangialosi, 40, Middletown, N.J.

Lisa B. Cannava, 30, New York, N.Y.

Brian Cannizzaro, 30, New York, N.Y.

Michael R. Canty, 30, Schenectady, N.Y.

Louis A. Caporicci, 35, New York, N.Y.

Jonathan N. Cappello, 23, Garden City, N.Y.

James Christopher Cappers, 33, Wading River, N.Y.

Richard M. Caproni, 34, Lynbrook, N.Y.

Jose Cardona, 32, New York, N.Y.

Dennis M Carey, 51, Wantagh, N.Y.

Edward Carlino, 46, New York, N.Y.

Michael Scott Carlo, 34, New York, N.Y.

David G. Carlone, 46, Randolph, N.J.

Rosemarie C. Carlson, 40, New York, N.Y.

Mark Stephen Carney, 41, Rahway, N.J.

Joyce Ann Carpeneto, 40, New York, N.Y.

Alicia Acevedo Carranza, Teziutlan, Puebla, Mexico

Jeremy M. Carrington, 34, New York, N.Y.

Michael T. Carroll, 39, New York, N.Y.

Peter Carroll, 42, New York, N.Y.

James J. Carson, 32, Massapequa, N.Y.

James Marcel Cartier, 26, New York, N.Y.

Vivian Casalduc, 45, New York, N.Y.

John F. Casazza, 38, Colts Neck, N.J.

Paul Cascio, 23, Manhasset, N.Y.

Kathleen Hunt Casey, 43, Middletown, N.J.

Margarito Casillas, 54, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico

Thomas Anthony Casoria, 29, New York, N.Y.

William Otto Caspar, 57, Eatontown, N.J.

Alejandro Castano, 35, Englewood, N.J.

Arcelia Castillo, 49, Elizabeth, N.J.

Leonard M. Castrianno, 30, New York, N.Y.

Jose Ramon Castro, 37, New York, N.Y.

Richard G. Catarelli, 47, New York, N.Y.

Christopher Sean Caton, 34, New York, N.Y.

Robert J. Caufield, 48, Valley Stream, N.Y.

Mary Teresa Caulfield, 58, New York, N.Y.

Judson Cavalier, 26, Huntington, N.Y.

Michael Joseph Cawley, 32, Bellmore, N.Y.

Jason D. Cayne, 32, Morganville, N.J.

Juan Armando Ceballos, 47, New York, N.Y.

Marcia G. Cecil-Carter, 34, New York, N.Y.

Jason Cefalu, 30, West Hempstead, N.Y.

Thomas J. Celic, 43, New York, N.Y.

Ana M. Centeno, 38, Bayonne, N.J.

Joni Cesta, 37, Bellmore, N.Y.

Jeffrey M. Chairnoff, 35, West Windsor, N.J.

Swarna Chalasani, 33, Jersey City, N.J.

William Chalcoff, 41, Roslyn, N.Y.

Eli Chalouh, 23, New York, N.Y.

Charles Lawrence (Chip) Chan, 23, New York, N.Y.

Mandy Chang, 40, New York, N.Y.

Mark L. Charette, 38, Millburn, N.J.

Gregorio Manuel Chavez, 48, New York, N.Y.

Jayceryll M. de Chavez, 24, Carteret, N.J.

Pedro Francisco Checo, 35, New York, N.Y.

Douglas MacMillan Cherry, 38, Maplewood, N.J.

Stephen Patrick Cherry, 41, Stamford, Conn.

Vernon Paul Cherry, 49, New York, N.Y.

Nestor Chevalier, 30, New York, N.Y.

Swede Joseph Chevalier, 26, Locust, N.J.

Alexander H. Chiang, 51, New City, N.Y.

Dorothy J. Chiarchiaro, 61, Glenwood, N.J.

Luis Alfonso Chimbo, 39, New York, N.Y.

Robert Chin, 33, New York, N.Y.

Wing Wai (Eddie) Ching, 29, Union, N.J.

Nicholas P. Chiofalo, 39, Selden, N.Y.

John Chipura, 39, New York, N.Y.

Peter A. Chirchirillo, 47, Langhorne, Pa.

Catherine E. Chirls, 47, Princeton, N.J.

Kyung (Kaccy) Cho, 30, Clifton, N.J.

Abul K. Chowdhury, 30, New York, N.Y.

Mohammed Salahuddin Chowdhury, 38, New York, N.Y.

Kirsten L. Christophe, 39, Maplewood, N.J.

Pamela Chu, 31, New York, N.Y.

Steven Paul Chucknick, 44, Cliffwood Beach, N.J.

Wai-ching Chung, 36, New York, N.Y.

Christopher Ciafardini, 30, New York, N.Y.

Alex F. Ciccone, 38, New Rochelle, N.Y.

Frances Ann Cilente, 26, New York, N.Y.

Elaine Cillo, 40, New York, N.Y.

Edna Cintron, 46, New York, N.Y.

Nestor Andre Cintron, 26, New York, N.Y.

Lt. Robert Dominick Cirri, 39, Nutley, N.J.

Juan Pablo Alvarez Cisneros, 23, Weehawken, N.J.

Gregory Alan Clark, 40, Teaneck, N.J.

Mannie Leroy Clark, 54, New York, N.Y.

Thomas R. Clark, 37, Summit, N.J.

Eugene Clark, 47, New York, N.Y.

Benjamin Keefe Clark, 39, New York, N.Y.

Christopher Robert Clarke, 34, Philadelphia, Pa.

Donna Clarke, 39, New York, N.Y.

Michael Clarke, 27, Prince’s Bay, N.Y.

Suria R.E. Clarke, 30, New York, N.Y.

Kevin Francis Cleary, 38, New York, N.Y.

James D. Cleere, 55, Newton, Iowa

Geoffrey W. Cloud, 36, Stamford, Conn.

Susan M. Clyne, 42, Lindenhurst, N.Y.

Steven Coakley, 36, Deer Park, N.Y.

Jeffrey Coale, 31, Souderton, Pa.

Patricia A. Cody, 46, Brigantine, N.J.

Daniel Michael Coffey, 54, Newburgh, N.Y.

Jason Matthew Coffey, 25, Newburgh, N.Y.

Florence Cohen, 62, New York, N.Y.

Kevin Sanford Cohen, 28, Edison, N.J.

Anthony Joseph Coladonato, 47, New York, N.Y.

Mark J. Colaio, 34, New York, N.Y.

Stephen J. Colaio, 32, Montauk, N.Y.

Christopher M. Colasanti, 33, Hoboken, N.J.

Michel Paris Colbert, 39, West New York, N.J.

Kevin Nathaniel Colbert, 25, New York, N.Y.

Keith Eugene Coleman, 34, Warren, N.J.

Scott Thomas Coleman, 31, New York, N.Y.

Tarel Coleman, 32, New York, N.Y.

Liam Joseph Colhoun, 34, Flushing,, N.Y.

Robert D. Colin, 49, West Babylon, N.Y.

Robert J. Coll, 35, Glen Ridge, N.J.

Jean Marie Collin, 42, New York, N.Y.

John Michael Collins, 42, New York, N.Y.

Michael L. Collins, 38, Montclair, N.J.

Thomas J. Collins, 36, New York, N.Y.

Joseph Collison, 50, New York, N.Y.

Patricia Malia Colodner, 39, New York, N.Y.

Linda M. Colon, 46, Perrineville, N.J.

Soledi Colon, 39, New York, N.Y.

Ronald Comer, 56, Northport, N.Y.

Jaime Concepcion, 46, New York, N.Y.

Albert Conde, 62, Englishtown, N.J.

Denease Conley, 44, New York, N.Y.

Susan Clancy Conlon, 41, New York, N.Y.

Margaret Mary Conner, 57, New York, N.Y.

John E. Connolly, 46, Allenwood, N.J.

Cynthia L. Connolly, 40, Metuchen, N.J.

James Lee Connor, 38, Summit, N.J.

Jonathan (J.C.) Connors, 55, Old Brookville, N.Y.

Kevin P. Connors, 55, Greenwich, Conn.

Kevin Francis Conroy, 47, New York, N.Y.

Brenda E. Conway, 40, New York, N.Y.

Dennis Michael Cook, 33, Colts Neck, N.J.

Helen D. Cook, 24, New York, N.Y.

John A. Cooper, 40, Bayonne, N.J.

Joseph J. Coppo, 47, New Canaan, Conn.

Gerard J. Coppola, 46, New Providence, N.J.

Joseph Albert Corbett, 28, Islip, N.Y.

Alejandro Cordero, 23, New York, N.Y.

Robert Cordice, 28, New York, N.Y.

Ruben D. Correa, 44, New York, N.Y.

Danny A. Correa-Gutierrez, 25, Fairview, N.J.

James Corrigan, 60, New York, N.Y.

Carlos Cortes, 57, New York, N.Y.

Kevin M. Cosgrove, 46, West Islip, N.Y.

Dolores Marie Costa, 53, Middletown, N.J.

Digna Alexandra Rivera Costanza, 25, New York, N.Y.

Charles Gregory Costello, 46, Old Bridge, N.J.

Michael S. Costello, 27, Hoboken, N.J.

Conrod K.H. Cottoy, 51, New York, N.Y.

Martin Coughlan, 54, New York, N.Y.

Sgt. John Gerard Coughlin, 43, Pomona, N.Y.

Timothy John Coughlin, 42, New York, N.Y.

James E. Cove, 48, Rockville Centre, N.Y.

Andre Cox, 29, New York, N.Y.

Frederick John Cox, 27, New York, N.Y.

James Raymond Coyle, 26, New York, N.Y.

Michelle Coyle-Eulau, 38, Garden City, N.Y.

Anne M. Cramer, 47, New York, N.Y.

Christopher Seton Cramer, 34, Manahawkin, N.J.

Denise Crant, 46, Hackensack, N.J.

Robert James Crawford, 62, New York, N.Y.

James L. Crawford, 33, Madison, N.J.

Joanne Mary Cregan, 32, New York, N.Y.

Lucia Crifasi, 51, Glendale, N.Y.

Lt. John Crisci, 48, Holbrook, N.Y.

Daniel Hal Crisman, 25, New York, N.Y.

Dennis A. Cross, 60, Islip Terrace, N.Y.

Helen Crossin-Kittle, 34, Larchmont, N.Y.

Kevin Raymond Crotty, 43, Summit, N.J.

Thomas G. Crotty, 42, Rockville Centre, N.Y.

John Crowe, 57, Rutherford, N.J.

Welles Remy Crowther, 24, Upper Nyack, N.Y.

Robert L. Cruikshank, 64, New York, N.Y.

Francisco Cruz, 47, New York, N.Y.

John Robert Cruz, 32, Jersey City, N.J.

Kenneth John Cubas, 48, Woodstock, N.Y.

Richard Joseph Cudina, 46, Glen Gardner, N.J.

Neil James Cudmore, 38, Port Washington, N.Y.

Thomas Patrick Cullen, 31, New York, N.Y.

Joan McConnell Cullinan, 47, Scarsdale, N.Y.

Joyce Cummings, 65, Trinidad

Brian Thomas Cummins, 38, Manasquan, N.J.

Nilton Albuquerque Fernao Cunha, 41

Michael Joseph Cunningham, 39, Princeton Junction, N.J.

Robert Curatolo, 31, New York, N.Y.

Laurence Curia, 41, Garden City, N.Y.

Paul Dario Curioli, 53, Norwalk, Conn.

Beverly Curry, 41, New York, N.Y.

Sgt. Michael Curtin, 45, Medford, N.Y.

Gavin Cushny, 47, Hoboken, N.J.

Caleb Arron Dack, 39, Montclair, N.J.

Carlos S. DaCosta, 41, Elizabeth, N.J.

John D’Allara, 47, Pearl River, N.Y.

Vincent D’Amadeo, 36, East Patchoque, N.Y.

Thomas A. Damaskinos, 33, Matawan, N.J.

Jack L. D’Ambrosi, 45, Woodcliff Lake, N.J.

Jeannine Marie Damiani-Jones, 28, New York, N.Y.

Patrick W. Danahy, 35, Yorktown Heights, N.Y.

Nana Kwuku Danso, 47, New York, N.Y.

Mary D’Antonio, 55, New York, N.Y.

Vincent G. Danz, 38, Farmingdale, N.Y.

Dwight Donald Darcy, 55, Bronxville, N.Y.

Elizabeth Ann Darling, 28, Newark, N.J.

Annette Andrea Dataram, 25, New York, N.Y.

Lt. Edward Alexander D’Atri, 38, New York, N.Y.

Michael D. D’Auria, 25, New York, N.Y.

Lawrence Davidson, 51, New York, N.Y.

Michael Allen Davidson, 27, Westfield, N.J.

Scott Matthew Davidson, 33, New York, N.Y.

Titus Davidson, 55, New York, N.Y.

Niurka Davila, 47, New York, N.Y.

Clinton Davis, 38, New York, N.Y.

Wayne Terrial Davis, 29, Fort Meade, Md.

Calvin Dawson, 46, New York, N.Y.

Anthony Richard Dawson, 32, Southampton, Hampshire, England

Edward James Day, 45, New York, N.Y.

Emerita (Emy) De La Pena, 32, New York, N.Y.

Melanie Louise De Vere, 30, London, England

William T. Dean, 35, Floral Park, N.Y.

Robert J. DeAngelis, 48, West Hempstead, N.Y.

Thomas P. Deangelis, 51, Westbury, N.Y.

Tara Debek, 35, Babylon, N.Y.

Anna Debin, 30, East Farmingdale, N.Y.

James V. DeBlase, 45, Manalapan, N.J.

Paul DeCola, 39, Ridgewood, N.Y.

Simon Dedvukaj, 26, Mohegan Lake, N.Y.

Jason Christopher DeFazio, 29, New York, N.Y.

David A. Defeo, 37, New York, N.Y.

Jennifer DeJesus, 23, New York, N.Y.

Monique E. DeJesus, 28, New York, N.Y.

Nereida DeJesus, 30, New York, N.Y.

Donald A. Delapenha, 37, Allendale, N.J.

Vito Joseph Deleo, 41, New York, N.Y.

Danielle Delie, 47, New York, N.Y.

Colleen Ann Deloughery, 41, Bayonne, N.J.

Francis (Frank) Albert DeMartini, 49, New York, N.Y.

Anthony Demas, 61, New York, N.Y.

Martin DeMeo, 47, Farmingville, N.Y.

Francis X. Deming, 47, Franklin Lakes, N.J.

Carol K. Demitz, 49, New York, N.Y.

Kevin Dennis, 43, Peapack, N.J.

Thomas F. Dennis, 43, Setauket, N.Y.

Jean C. DePalma, 42, Newfoundland, N.J.

Jose Nicolas Depena, 42, New York, N.Y.

Robert J. Deraney, 43, New York, N.Y.

Michael DeRienzo, 37, Hoboken, N.J.

David Paul Derubbio, 38, New York, N.Y.

Jemal Legesse DeSantis, 28, Jersey City, N.J.

Christian L. DeSimone, 23, Ringwood, N.J.

Edward DeSimone, 36, Atlantic Highlands, N.J.

Lt. Andrew Desperito, 44, Patchogue, N.Y.

Michael Jude D’Esposito, 32, Morganville, N.J.

Cindy Ann Deuel, 28, New York, N.Y.

Jerry DeVito, 66, New York, N.Y.

Robert P. Devitt, 36, Plainsboro, N.J.

Dennis Lawrence Devlin, 51, Washingtonville, N.Y.

Gerard Dewan, 35, New York, N.Y.

Simon Suleman Ali Kassamali Dhanani, 62, Hartsdale, N.Y.

Michael L. DiAgostino, 41, Garden City, N.Y.

Matthew Diaz, 33, New York, N.Y.

Nancy Diaz, 28, New York, N.Y.

Obdulio Ruiz Diaz, 44, New York, N.Y.

Lourdes Galletti Diaz, 32, New York, N.Y.

Michael Diaz-Piedra III, 49, New York, N.Y.

Judith Belguese Diaz-Sierra, 32, Bay Shore, N.Y.

Patricia F. DiChiaro, 63, New York, N.Y.

Joseph Dermot Dickey, 50, Manhasset, N.Y.

Lawrence Patrick Dickinson, 35, Morganville, N.J.

Michael David Diehl, 48, Brick, N.J.

John DiFato, 39, New York, N.Y.

Vincent F. DiFazio, 43, Hampton, N.J.

Carl DiFranco, 27, New York, N.Y.

Donald J. DiFranco, 43, New York, N.Y.

Debra Ann DiMartino, 36, New York, N.Y.

Stephen P. Dimino, 48, Basking Ridge, N.J.

William J. Dimmling, 47, Garden City, N.Y.

Christopher Dincuff, 31, Jersey City, N.J.

Jeffrey M. Dingle, 32, New York, N.Y.

Anthony DiOnisio, 38, Glen Rock, N.J.

George DiPasquale, 33, New York, N.Y.

Joseph DiPilato, 57, New York, N.Y.

Douglas Frank DiStefano, 24, Hoboken, N.J.

Ramzi A. Doany, 35, Bayonne, N.J., Jordanian

John J. Doherty, 58, Hartsdale, N.Y.

Melissa C. Doi, 32, New York, N.Y.

Brendan Dolan, 37, Glen Rock, N.J.

Neil Dollard, 28, Hoboken, N.J.

James Joseph Domanico, 56, New York, N.Y.

Benilda Pascua Domingo, 37, New York, N.Y.

Charles (Carlos) Dominguez, 34, East Meadow, N.Y.

Geronimo (Jerome) Mark Patrick Dominguez, 37, Holtsville, N.Y.

Lt. Kevin W. Donnelly, 43, New York, N.Y.

Jacqueline Donovan, 34, New York, N.Y.

Stephen Dorf, 39, New Milford, N.J.

Thomas Dowd, 37, Monroe, N.Y.

Lt. Kevin Christopher Dowdell, 46, New York, N.Y.

Mary Yolanda Dowling, 46, New York, N.Y.

Raymond M. Downey, 63, Deer Park, N.Y.

Joseph M. Doyle, 25, New York, N.Y.

Frank Joseph Doyle, 39, Englewood, N.J.

Randy Drake, 37, Lee’s Summit, Mo.

Stephen Patrick Driscoll, 38, Lake Carmel, N.Y.

Mirna A. Duarte, 31, New York, N.Y.

Luke A. Dudek, 50, Livingston, N.J.

Christopher Michael Duffy, 23, New York, N.Y.

Gerard Duffy, 53, Manorville, N.Y.

Michael Joseph Duffy, 29, Northport, N.Y.

Thomas W. Duffy, 52, Pittsford, N.Y.

Antoinette Duger, 44, Belleville, N.J.

Jackie Sayegh Duggan, 34

Sareve Dukat, 53, New York, N.Y.

Christopher Joseph Dunne, 28, Mineola, N.Y.

Richard A. Dunstan, 54, New Providence, N.J.

Patrick Thomas Dwyer, 37, Nissequogue, N.Y.

Joseph Anthony Eacobacci, 26, New York, N.Y.

John Bruce Eagleson, 53, Middlefield, Conn.

Robert D. Eaton, 37, Manhasset, N.Y.

Dean P. Eberling, 44, Cranford, N.J.

Margaret Ruth Echtermann, 33, Hoboken, N.J.

Paul Robert Eckna, 28, West New York, N.J.

Constantine (Gus) Economos, 41, New York, N.Y.

Dennis Michael Edwards, 35, Huntington, N.Y.

Michael Hardy Edwards, 33, New York, N.Y.

Lisa Egan, 31, Cliffside Park, N.J.

Capt. Martin Egan, 36, New York, N.Y.

Michael Egan, 51, Middletown, N.J.

Christine Egan, 55, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Samantha Egan, 24, Jersey City, N.J.

Carole Eggert, 60, New York, N.Y.

Lisa Caren Weinstein Ehrlich, 36, New York, N.Y.

John Ernst (Jack) Eichler, 69, Cedar Grove, N.J.

Eric Adam Eisenberg, 32, Commack, N.Y.

Daphne F. Elder, 36, Newark, N.J.

Michael J. Elferis, 27, College Point, N.Y.

Mark J. Ellis, 26, South Huntington, N.Y.

Valerie Silver Ellis, 46, New York, N.Y.

Albert Alfy William Elmarry, 30, North Brunswick, N.J.

Edgar H. Emery, 45, Clifton, N.J.

Doris Suk-Yuen Eng, 30, New York, N.Y.

Christopher S. Epps, 29, New York, N.Y.

Ulf Ramm Ericson, 79, Greenwich, Conn.

Erwin L. Erker, 41, Farmingdale, N.Y.

William J. Erwin, 30, Verona, N.J.

Sarah (Ali) Escarcega, 35, New York, N.Y.

Jose Espinal, 31, Dominican Republic

Fanny M. Espinoza, 29, Teaneck, N.J.

Francis Esposito, 32, New York, N.Y.

Lt. Michael Esposito, 41, New York, N.Y.

William Esposito, 51, Bellmore, N.Y.

Brigette Ann Esposito, 34, New York, N.Y.

Ruben Esquilin, 35, New York, N.Y.

Sadie Ette, 36, New York, N.Y.

Barbara G. Etzold, 43, Jersey City, N.J.

Eric Brian Evans, 31, Weehawken, N.J.

Robert Edward Evans, 36, Franklin Square, N.Y.

Meredith Emily June Ewart, 29, Hoboken, N.J.

Catherine K. Fagan, 58, New York, N.Y.

Patricia M. Fagan, 55, Toms River, N.J.

Keith G. Fairben, 24, Floral Park, N.Y.

William Fallon, 38, Coram, N.Y.

William F. Fallon, 53, Rocky Hill, N.J.

Anthony J. Fallone, 39, New York, N.Y.

Dolores B. Fanelli, 38, Farmingville, N.Y.

John Joseph Fanning, 54, West Hempstead, N.Y.

Kathleen (Kit) Faragher, 33, Denver, Colo.

Capt. Thomas Farino, 37, Bohemia, N.Y.

Nancy Carole Farley, 45, Jersey City, N.J.

Elizabeth Ann (Betty) Farmer, 62, New York, N.Y.

Douglas Farnum, 33, New York, N.Y.

John W. Farrell, 41, Basking Ridge, N.J.

Terrence Patrick Farrell, 45, Huntington, N.Y.

John G. Farrell, 32, New York, N.Y.

Capt. Joseph Farrelly, 47, New York, N.Y.

Thomas P. Farrelly, 54, East Northport, N.Y.

Syed Abdul Fatha, 54, Newark, N.J.

Christopher Faughnan, 37, South Orange, N.J.

Wendy R. Faulkner, 47, Mason, Ohio

Shannon M. Fava, 30, New York, N.Y.

Bernard D. Favuzza, 52, Suffern, N.Y.

Robert Fazio, 41, Freeport, N.Y.

Ronald C. Fazio, 57, Closter, N.J.

William Feehan, 72, New York, N.Y.

Francis J. (Frank) Feely, 41, Middletown, N.Y.

Garth E. Feeney, 28, New York, N.Y.

Sean B. Fegan, 34, New York, N.Y.

Lee S. Fehling, 28, Wantagh, N.Y.

Peter Feidelberg, 34, Hoboken, N.J.

Alan D. Feinberg, 48, New York, N.Y.

Rosa Maria Feliciano, 30, New York, N.Y.

Edward T. Fergus, 40, Wilton, Conn.

George Ferguson, 54, Teaneck, N.J.

Henry Fernandez, 23, New York, N.Y.

Judy H. Fernandez, 27, Parlin, N.J.

Jose Manuel Contreras Fernandez, El Aguacate, Jalisco, Mexico

Elisa Giselle Ferraina, 27, London, England

Anne Marie Sallerin Ferreira, 29, Jersey City, N.J.

Robert John Ferris, 63, Garden City, N.Y.

David Francis Ferrugio, 46, Middletown, N.J.

Louis V. Fersini, 38, Basking Ridge, N.J.

Michael David Ferugio, 37, New York, N.Y.

Bradley James Fetchet, 24, New York, N.Y.

Jennifer Louise Fialko, 29, Teaneck, N.J.

Kristen Fiedel, 27, New York, N.Y.

Samuel Fields, 36, New York, N.Y.

Michael Bradley Finnegan, 37, Basking Ridge, N.J.

Timothy J. Finnerty, 33, Glen Rock, N.J.

Michael Curtis Fiore, 46, New York, N.Y.

Stephen J. Fiorelli, 43, Aberdeen, N.J.

Paul M. Fiori, 31, Yorktown Heights, N.Y.

John Fiorito, 40, Stamford, Conn.

Lt. John R. Fischer, 46, New York, N.Y.

Andrew Fisher, 42, New York, N.Y.

Thomas J. Fisher, 36, Union, N.J.

Bennett Lawson Fisher, 58, Stamford, Conn.

John Roger Fisher, 46, Bayonne, N.J.

Lucy Fishman, 37, New York, N.Y.

Ryan D. Fitzgerald, 26, New York, N.Y.

Thomas Fitzpatrick, 35, Tuckahoe, N.Y.

Richard P. Fitzsimons, 57, Lynbrook, N.Y.

Salvatore A. Fiumefreddo, 47, Manalapan, N.J.

Christina Donovan Flannery, 26, New York, N.Y.

Eileen Flecha, 33, New York, N.Y.

Andre G. Fletcher, 37, North Babylon, N.Y.

Carl Flickinger, 38, Conyers, N.Y.

John Joseph Florio, 33, Oceanside, N.Y.

Joseph W. Flounders, 46, East Stroudsburg, Pa.

David Fodor, 38, Garrison, N.Y.

Lt. Michael N. Fodor, 53, Warwick, N.Y.

Steven Mark Fogel, 40, Westfield, N.Y.

Thomas Foley, 32, West Nyack, N.Y.

David Fontana, 37, New York, N.Y.

Chih Min (Dennis) Foo, 40, Holmdel, N.J.

Del Rose Forbes-Cheatham, 48, New York, N.Y.

Godwin Forde, 39, New York, N.Y.

Donald A. Foreman, 53, New York, N.Y.

Christopher Hugh Forsythe, 44, Basking Ridge, N.J.

Claudia Alicia Martinez Foster, 26, New York, N.Y.

Noel J. Foster, 40, Bridgewater, N.J.

Ana Fosteris, 58, Coram, N.Y.

Robert J. Foti, 42, Albertson, N.Y.

Jeffrey L. Fox, 40, Cranbury, N.J.

Virginia Fox, 58, New York, N.Y.

Virgin (Lucy) Francis, 62, New York, N.Y.

Pauline Francis, 57, New York, N.Y.

Joan Francis, age unknown, Trinidad-Tobago

Gary J. Frank, 35, South Amboy, N.J.

Morton Frank, 31, New York, N.Y.

Peter Christopher Frank, 29, New York, N.Y.

Richard K. Fraser, 32, New York, N.Y.

Kevin Joseph Frawley, 34, Bronxville, N.Y.

Clyde Frazier, 41, New York, N.Y.

Lillian I. Frederick, 46, Teaneck, N.J.

Andrew Fredericks, 40, Suffern, N.Y.

Tamitha Freemen, 35, New York, N.Y.

Brett O. Freiman, 29, Roslyn, N.Y.

Lt. Peter L. Freund, 45, Westtown, N.Y.

Arlene E. Fried, 49, Roslyn Heights, N.Y.

Alan Wayne Friedlander, 52, Yorktown Heights, N.Y.

Andrew K. Friedman, 44, Woodbury, N.Y.

Gregg J. Froehner, 46, Chester, N.J.

Peter Christian Fry, 36, Wilton, Conn.

Clement Fumando, 59, New York, N.Y.

Steven Elliot Furman, 40, Wesley Hills, N.Y.

Paul James Furmato, 37, Colts Neck, N.J.

Fredric Gabler, 30, New York, N.Y.

Richard S. Gabrielle, 50, West Haven, Conn.

James Andrew Gadiel, 23, New York, N.Y.

Pamela Gaff, 51, Robinsville, N.J.

Ervin Vincent Gailliard, 42, New York, N.Y.

Deanna L. Galante, 32, New York, N.Y.

Grace Galante, 29, New York, N.Y.

Anthony Edward Gallagher, 41, New York, N.Y.

Daniel James Gallagher, 23, Red Bank, N.J.

John Patrick Gallagher, 31, Yonkers, N.Y.

Cono E. Gallo, 30, New York, N.Y.

Vincenzo Gallucci, 36, Monroe Township, N.J.

Thomas Edward Galvin, 32, New York, N.Y.

Giovanna (Genni) Gambale, 27, New York, N.Y.

Thomas Gambino, 48, Babylon, N.Y.

Giann F. Gamboa, 26, New York, N.Y.

Peter J. Ganci, 55, North Massapequa, N.Y.

Claude Michael Gann, 41, Roswell, Ga.

Lt. Charles William Garbarini, 44, Pleasantville, N.Y.

Cesar Garcia, 36, New York, N.Y.

David Garcia, 40, Freeport, N.Y.

Jorge Luis Morron Garcia, 38, New York, N.Y.

Juan Garcia, 50, New York, N.Y.

Marlyn C. Garcia, 21, New York, N.Y.

Christopher Gardner, 36, Darien, Conn.

Douglas B. Gardner, 39, New York, N.Y.

Harvey J. Gardner, 35, Lakewood, N.J.

Thomas A. Gardner, 39, Oceanside, N.Y.

Jeffrey B. Gardner, 36, Hoboken, N.J.

William Arthur Gardner, 45, Lynbrook, N.Y.

Francesco Garfi, 29, New York, N.Y.

Rocco Gargano, 28, Bayside, N.Y.

James M. Gartenberg, 36, New York, N.Y.

Matthew David Garvey, 37

Bruce Gary, 51, Bellmore, N.Y.

Palmina Delli Gatti, 33, New York, N.Y.

Boyd A. Gatton, 38, Jersey City, N.J.

Donald Richard Gavagan, 35, New York, N.Y.

Terence D. Gazzani, 24, New York, N.Y.

Gary Geidel, 44, New York, N.Y.

Paul Hamilton Geier, 36, Farmingdale, N.Y.

Julie M. Geis, 44, Lees Summit, Mo.

Peter Gelinas, 34, New York, N.Y.

Steven Paul Geller, 52, New York, N.Y.

Howard G. Gelling, 28, New York, N.Y.

Peter Victor Genco, 36, Rockville Centre, N.Y.

Steven Gregory Genovese, 37, Basking Ridge, N.J.

Alayne F. Gentul, 44, Mountain Lakes, N.J.

Edward F. Geraghty, 45, Rockville Centre, N.Y.

Suzanne Geraty, 30, New York, N.Y.

Ralph Gerhardt, 33, New York, N.Y.

Robert J. Gerlich, 56, Monroe, Conn.

Denis P. Germain, 33, Tuxedo Park, N.Y.

Marina R. Gertsberg, 25, New York, N.Y.

Susan M. Getzendanner, 57, New York, N.Y.

James Gerard Geyer, 41, Rockville Centre, N.Y.

Joseph M. Giaccone, 43, Monroe, N.J.

Lt. Vincent Francis Giammona, 40, Valley Stream, N.Y.

Debra L. Gibbon, 43, Hackettstown, N.J.

James A. Giberson, 43, New York, N.Y.

Craig Neil Gibson, 37, New York, N.Y.

Ronnie Gies, 43, Merrick, N.Y.

Laura A. Giglio, 35, Oceanside, N.Y.

Andrew Clive Gilbert, 39, Califon, N.J.

Timothy Paul Gilbert, 35, Lebanon, N.J.

Paul Stuart Gilbey, 39, Chatham, N.J.

Paul John Gill, 34, New York, N.Y.

Mark Y. Gilles, 33, New York, N.Y.

Evan H. Gillette, 40, New York, N.Y.

Ronald Gilligan, 43, Norwalk, Conn.

Sgt. Rodney C. Gillis, 34, New York, N.Y.

Laura Gilly, 32, New York, N.Y.

Lt. John F. Ginley, 37, Warwick, N.Y.

Jeffrey Giordano, 46, New York, N.Y.

John Giordano, 46, Newburgh, N.Y.

Donna Marie Giordano, 44, Parlin, N.J.

Steven A. Giorgetti, 43, Manhasset, N.Y.

Martin Giovinazzo, 34, New York, N.Y.

Kum-Kum Girolamo, 41, New York, N.Y.

Salvatore Gitto, 44, Manalapan, N.J.

Cynthia Giugliano, 46, Nesconset, N.Y.

Mon Gjonbalaj, 65, New York, N.Y.

Dianne Gladstone, 55, New York, N.Y.

Keith Alexander Glascoe, 38, New York, N.Y.

Thomas I. Glasser, 40, Summit, N.J.

Harry Glenn, 38, Piscataway, N.J.

Barry H. Glick, 55, Wayne, N.J.

Steven Lawrence Glick, 42, Greenwich, Conn.

John T. Gnazzo, 32, New York, N.Y.

William (Bill) Robert Godshalk, 35, New York, N.Y.

Michael Gogliormella, 43, New Providence, N.J.

Brian Fredric Goldberg, 26, Union, N.J.

Jeffrey Grant Goldflam, 48, Melville, N.Y.

Michelle Herman Goldstein, 31, New York, N.Y.

Monica Goldstein, 25, New York, N.Y.

Steven Goldstein, 35, Princeton, N.J.

Andrew H. Golkin, 30, New York, N.Y.

Dennis James Gomes, 40, New York, N.Y.

Enrique Antonio Gomez, 42, New York, N.Y.

Jose Bienvenido Gomez, 45, New York, N.Y.

Manuel Gomez, 42, New York, N.Y.

Wilder Gomez, 38, New York, N.Y.

Jenine Gonzalez, 27, New York, N.Y.

Joel Guevara Gonzalez, 23, Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, Mexico

Rosa J. Gonzalez, 32, Jersey City, N.J.

Mauricio Gonzalez, 27, New York, N.Y.

Calvin J. Gooding, 38, Riverside, N.Y.

Harry Goody, 50, New York, N.Y.

Kiran Reddy Gopu, 24, Bridgeport, Conn.

Catherine Carmen Gorayeb, 41, New York, N.Y.

Kerene Gordon, 43, New York, N.Y.

Sebastian Gorki, 27, New York, N.Y.

Thomas E. Gorman, 41, Middlesex, N.J.

Kieran Gorman, 35, Yonkers, N.Y.

Michael Edward Gould, 29, Hoboken, N.J.

Yugi Goya, 42, Rye, N.Y.

Jon Richard Grabowski, 33, New York, N.Y.

Christopher Michael Grady, 39, Cranford, N.J.

Edwin John Graf, 48, Rowayton, Conn.

David M. Graifman, 40, New York, N.Y.

Gilbert Granados, 51, Hicksville, N.Y.

Elvira Granitto, 43, New York, N.Y.

Winston Arthur Grant, 59, West Hempstead, N.Y.

Christopher Stewart Gray, 32, Weehawken, N.J.

James Michael Gray, 34, New York, N.Y.

Linda Mair Grayling, 44, New York, N.Y.

John Michael Grazioso, 41, Middletown, N.J.

Timothy Grazioso, 42, Gulf Stream, Fla.

Derrick Arthur Green, 44, New York, N.Y.

Wade Brian Green, 42, Westbury, N.Y.

Elaine Myra Greenberg, 56, New York, N.Y.

Gayle R. Greene, 51, Montville, N.J.

James Arthur Greenleaf, 32, New York, N.Y.

Eileen Marsha Greenstein, 52, Morris Plains, N.J.

Elizabeth (Lisa) Martin Gregg, 52, New York, N.Y.

Donald H. Gregory, 62, Ramsey, N.J.

Florence M. Gregory, 38, New York, N.Y.

Denise Gregory, 39, New York, N.Y.

Pedro (David) Grehan, 35, Hoboken, N.J.

John M. Griffin, 38, Waldwick, N.J.

Tawanna Griffin, 30, New York, N.Y.

Joan D. Griffith, 39, Willingboro, N.J.

Warren Grifka, 54, New York, N.Y.

Ramon Grijalvo, 58

Joseph F. Grillo, 46, New York, N.Y.

David Grimner, 51, Merrick, N.Y.

Kenneth Grouzalis, 56, Lyndhurst, N.J.

Joseph Grzelak, 52, New York, N.Y.

Matthew J. Grzymalski, 34, New Hyde Park, N.Y.

Robert Joseph Gschaar, 55, Spring Valley, N.Y.

Liming (Michael) Gu, 34, Piscataway, N.J.

Jose A. Guadalupe, 37, New York, N.Y.

Yan Zhu (Cindy) Guan, 25, New York, N.Y.

Geoffrey E. Guja, 47, Lindenhurst, N.Y.

Lt. Joseph Gullickson, 37, New York, N.Y.

Babita Guman, 33, New York, N.Y.

Douglas B. Gurian, 38, Tenafly, N.J.

Philip T. Guza, 54, Sea Bright, N.J.

Barbara Guzzardo, 49, Glendale, N.Y.

Peter Gyulavary, 44, Warwick, N.Y.

Gary Robert Haag, 36, Ossining, N.Y.

Andrea Lyn Haberman, 25, Chicago, Ill.

Barbara M. Habib, 49, New York, N.Y.

Philip Haentzler, 49, New York, N.Y.

Nizam A. Hafiz, 32, New York, N.Y.

Karen Hagerty, 34, New York, N.Y.

Steven Hagis, 31, New York, N.Y.

Mary Lou Hague, 26, New York, N.Y.

David Halderman, 40, New York, N.Y.

Maile Rachel Hale, 26, Cambridge, Mass.

Richard Hall, 49, Purchase, N.Y.

Vaswald George Hall, 50, New York, N.Y.

Robert John Halligan, 59, Basking Ridge, N.J.

Lt. Vincent Gerard Halloran, 43, North Salem, N.Y.

James D. Halvorson, 56, Greenwich, Conn.

Mohammad Salman Hamdani, 23, New York, N.Y.

Felicia Hamilton, 62, New York, N.Y.

Robert Hamilton, 43, Washingtonville, N.Y.

Frederic Kim Han, 45, Marlboro, N.J.

Christopher James Hanley, 34, New York, N.Y.

Sean Hanley, 35, New York, N.Y.

Valerie Joan Hanna, 57, Freeville, N.Y.

Thomas Hannafin, 36, New York, N.Y.

Kevin James Hannaford, 32, Basking Ridge, N.J.

Michael L. Hannan, 34, Lynbrook, N.Y.

Dana Hannon, 29, Suffern, N.Y.

Vassilios G. Haramis, 56, New York, N.Y.

James A. Haran, 41, Malverne, N.Y.

Jeffrey P. Hardy, 46, New York, N.Y.

Timothy John Hargrave, 38, Readington, N.J.

Daniel Harlin, 41, Kent, N.Y.

Frances Haros, 76, New York, N.Y.

Lt. Harvey L. Harrell, 49, New York, N.Y.

Lt. Stephen Gary Harrell, 44, Warwick, N.Y.

Stewart D. Harris, 52, Marlboro, N.J.

Aisha Harris, 22, New York, N.Y.

John Patrick Hart, 38, Danville, Calif.

John Clinton Hartz, 64, Basking Ridge, N.J.

Emeric J. Harvey, 56, Montclair, N.J.

Capt. Thomas Theodore Haskell, 37, Massapequa, N.Y.

Timothy Haskell, 34, Seaford, N.Y.

Joseph John Hasson, 34, New York, N.Y.

Capt. Terence S. Hatton, 41, New York, N.Y.

Leonard William Hatton, 45, Ridgefield Park, N.J.

Michael Helmut Haub, 34, Roslyn Heights, N.Y.

Timothy Aaron Haviland, 41, Oceanside, N.Y.

Donald G. Havlish, 53, Yardley, Pa.

Anthony Hawkins, 30, New York, N.Y.

Nobuhiro Hayatsu, 36, Scarsdale, N.Y.

Philip Hayes, 67, Northport, N.Y.

William Ward Haynes, 35, Rye, N.Y.

Scott Hazelcorn, 29, Hoboken, N.J.

Lt. Michael K. Healey, 42, East Patchogue, N.Y.

Roberta Bernstein Heber, 60, New York, N.Y.

Charles Francis Xavier Heeran, 23, Belle Harbor, N.Y.

John Heffernan, 37, New York, N.Y.

Howard Joseph Heller, 37, Ridgefield, Conn.

JoAnn L. Heltibridle, 46, Springfield, N.J.

Mark F. Hemschoot, 45, Red Bank, N.J.

Ronnie Lee Henderson, 52, Newburgh, N.Y.

Janet Hendricks, 48, New York, N.Y.

Brian Hennessey, 35, Ringoes, N.J.

Michelle Marie Henrique, 27, New York, N.Y.

Joseph P. Henry, 25, New York, N.Y.

William Henry, 49, New York, N.Y.

John Henwood, 35, New York, N.Y.

Robert Allan Hepburn, 39, Union, N.J.

Mary (Molly) Herencia, 47, New York, N.Y.

Lindsay Coates Herkness, 58, New York, N.Y.

Harvey Robert Hermer, 59, New York, N.Y.

Claribel Hernandez, 31, New York, N.Y.

Norberto Hernandez, 42, New York, N.Y.

Raul Hernandez, 51, New York, N.Y.

Gary Herold, 44, Farmingdale, N.Y.

Jeffrey A. Hersch, 53, New York, N.Y.

Thomas Hetzel, 33, Elmont, N.Y.

Capt. Brian Hickey, 47, New York, N.Y.

Ysidro Hidalgo-Tejada, 47, New York, N.Y., Dominican Republic

Lt. Timothy Higgins, 43, Farmingville, N.Y.

Robert D. Higley, 29, New Fairfield, Conn.

Todd Russell Hill, 34, Boston, Mass.

Clara Victorine Hinds, 52, New York, N.Y.

Neal Hinds, 28, New York, N.Y.

Mark D. Hindy, 28, New York, N.Y.

Richard Bruce Van Hine, 48, Greenwood Lake, N.Y.

Katsuyuki Hirai, 32, Hartsdale, N.Y.

Heather Malia Ho, 32, New York, N.Y.

Tara Yvette Hobbs, 31, New York, N.Y.

Thomas A. Hobbs, 41, Baldwin, N.Y.

James L. Hobin, 47, Marlborough, Conn.

Robert Wayne Hobson, 36, New Providence, N.J.

DaJuan Hodges, 29, New York, N.Y.

Ronald George Hoerner, 58, Massapequa Park, N.Y.

Patrick Aloysius Hoey, 53, Middletown, N.J.

Stephen G. Hoffman, 36, Long Beach, N.Y.

Marcia Hoffman, 52, New York, N.Y.

Frederick J. Hoffmann, 53, Freehold, N.J.

Michele L. Hoffmann, 27, Freehold, N.J.

Judith Florence Hofmiller, 53, Brookfield, Conn.

Thomas Warren Hohlweck, 57, Harrison, N.Y.

Jonathan R. Hohmann, 48, New York, N.Y.

Joseph Francis Holland, 32, Glen Rock, N.J.

John Holland, 30, New York, N.Y.

Elizabeth Holmes, 42, New York, N.Y.

Thomas P. Holohan, 36, Chester, N.Y.

Bradley Hoorn, 22, New York, N.Y.

James P. Hopper, 51, Farmingdale, N.Y.

Montgomery McCullough Hord, 46, Pelham, N.Y.

Michael Horn, 27, Lynbrook, N.Y.

Matthew D. Horning, 26, Hoboken, N.J.

Robert L. Horohoe, 31, New York, N.Y.

Aaron Horwitz, 24, New York, N.Y.

Charles J. Houston, 42, New York, N.Y.

Uhuru G. Houston, 32, Englewood, N.J.

George Howard, 45, Hicksville, N.Y.

Steven L. Howell, 36, New York, N.Y.

Michael C. Howell, 60, New York, N.Y.

Jennifer L. Howley, 34, New Hyde Park, N.Y.

Milagros “Millie” Hromada, 35, New York, N.Y.

Marian Hrycak, 56, New York, N.Y.

Stephen Huczko, 44, Bethlehem, N.J.

Kris R. Hughes, 30, Nesconset, N.Y.

Melissa Harrington Hughes, 31, San Francisco, Calif.

Thomas F. Hughes, 46, Spring Lake Heights, N.J.

Timothy Robert Hughes, 43, Madison, N.J.

Paul R. Hughes, 38, Stamford, Conn.

Robert T. “Bobby” Hughes, 23, Sayreville, N.J.

Susan Huie, 43, Fair Lawn, N.J.

Mychal Lamar Hulse, 30, New York, N.Y.

William C. Hunt, 32, Norwalk, Conn.

Joseph G. Hunter, 31, South Hempstead, N.Y.

Robert Hussa, 51, Roslyn, N.Y.

Capt. Walter Hynes, 46, Belle Harbor, N.Y.

Thomas E. Hynes, 28, Norwalk, Conn.

Joseph Anthony Ianelli, 28, Hoboken, N.J.

Zuhtu Ibis, 25, Clifton, N.J.

Jonathan Lee Ielpi, 29, Great Neck, N.Y.

Michael Patrick Iken, 37, New York, N.Y.

Daniel Ilkanayev, 36, New York, N.Y.

Capt. Frederick Ill, 49, Pearl River, N.Y.

Abraham Nethanel Ilowitz, 51, New York, N.Y.

Anthony P. Infante, 47, Chatham, N.J.

Louis S. Inghilterra, 45, New Castle, N.Y.

Christopher N. Ingrassia, 28, Watchung, N.J.

Paul Innella, 33, East Brunswick, N.J.

Stephanie V. Irby, 38, New York, N.Y.

Douglas Irgang, 32, New York, N.Y.

Todd A. Isaac, 29, New York, N.Y.

Erik Hans Isbrandtsen, 30, New York, N.Y.

Taizo Ishikawa, 50, Japan

Aram Iskenderian, 41, Merrick, N.Y.

John Iskyan, 41, Wilton, Conn.

Kazushige Ito, 35, New York, N.Y.

Aleksandr Valeryerich Ivantsov, 23, New York, N.Y.

Virginia Jablonski, 49, Matawan, N.J.

Brooke Alexandra Jackman, 23, New York, N.Y.

Aaron Jacobs, 27, New York, N.Y.

Jason Kyle Jacobs, 32, Mendham, N.J.

Michael Grady Jacobs, 54, Danbury, Conn.

Ariel Louis Jacobs, 29, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.

Steven A. Jacobson, 53, New York, N.Y.

Ricknauth Jaggernauth, 58, New York, N.Y.

Jake Denis Jagoda, 24, Huntington, N.Y.

Yudh V.S. Jain, 54, New City, N.Y.

Maria Jakubiak, 41, Ridgewood, N.Y.

Gricelda E. James, 44, Willingboro, N.J.

Ernest James, 40, New York, N.Y.

Mark Jardim, 39, New York, N.Y.

Mohammed Jawara, 30, New York, N.Y.

Francois Jean-Pierre, 58, New York, N.Y.

Maxima Jean-Pierre, 40, Bellport, N.Y.

Paul E. Jeffers, 39, New York, N.Y.

Joseph Jenkins, 47, New York, N.Y.

Alan K. Jensen, 49, Wyckoff, N.J.

Prem N. Jerath, 57, Edison, N.J.

Farah Jeudy, 32, Spring Valley, N.Y.

Hweidar Jian, 42, East Brunswick, N.J.

Eliezer Jimenez, 38, New York, N.Y.

Luis Jimenez, 25, New York, N.Y.

Charles Gregory John, 44, New York, N.Y.

Nicholas John, 42, New York, N.Y.

Scott M. Johnson, 26, New York, N.Y.

LaShawana Johnson, 27, New York, N.Y.

William Johnston, 31, North Babylon, N.Y.

Arthur Joseph Jones, 37, Ossining, N.Y.

Allison Horstmann Jones, 31, New York, N.Y.

Brian L. Jones, 44, New York, N.Y.

Christopher D. Jones, 53, Huntington, N.Y.

Donald T. Jones, 39, Livingston, N.J.

Donald W. Jones, 43, Fairless Hills, Pa.

Linda Jones, 50, New York, N.Y.

Mary S. Jones, 72, New York, N.Y.

Andrew Jordan, 35, Remsenburg, N.Y.

Robert Thomas Jordan, 34, Williston, N.Y.

Ingeborg Joseph, 60, Germany

Karl Henri Joseph, 25, New York, N.Y.

Stephen Joseph, 39, Franklin Park, N.J.

Albert Joseph, 79, New York, N.Y.

Jane Eileen Josiah, 47, Bellmore, N.Y.

Lt. Anthony Jovic, 39, Massapequa, N.Y.

Angel Luis Juarbe, 35, New York, N.Y.

Karen Susan Juday, 52, New York, N.Y.

The Rev. Mychal Judge, 68, New York, N.Y.

Paul W. Jurgens, 47, Levittown, N.Y.

Thomas Edward Jurgens, 26, Lawrence, N.Y.

Kacinga Kabeya, 63, McKinney, Texas

Shashi Kiran Lakshmikantha Kadaba, 25, Hackensack, N.J.

Gavkharoy Mukhometovna Kamardinova, 26, New York, N.Y.

Shari Kandell, 27, Wyckoff, N.J.

Howard Lee Kane, 40, Hazlet, N.J.

Jennifer Lynn Kane, 26, Fair Lawn, N.J.

Vincent D. Kane, 37, New York, N.Y.

Joon Koo Kang, 34, Riverdale, N.J.

Sheldon R. Kanter, 53, Edison, N.J.

Deborah H. Kaplan, 45, Paramus, N.J.

Alvin Peter Kappelmann, 57, Green Brook, N.J.

Charles Karczewski, 34, Union, N.J.

William A. Karnes, 37, New York, N.Y.

Douglas G. Karpiloff, 53, Mamaroneck, N.Y.

Charles L. Kasper, 54, New York, N.Y.

Andrew Kates, 37, New York, N.Y.

John Katsimatides, 31, East Marion, N.Y.

Sgt. Robert Kaulfers, 49, Kenilworth, N.J.

Don Jerome Kauth, 51, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

Hideya Kawauchi, 36, Fort Lee, N.J.

Edward T. Keane, 66, West Caldwell, N.J.

Richard M. Keane, 54, Wethersfield, Conn.

Lisa Kearney-Griffin, 35, Jamaica, N.Y.

Karol Ann Keasler, 42, New York, N.Y.

Paul Hanlon Keating, 38, New York, N.Y.

Leo Russell Keene, 33, Westfield, N.J.

Joseph J. Keller, 31, Park Ridge, N.J.

Peter Rodney Kellerman, 35, New York, N.Y.

Joseph P. Kellett, 37, Riverdale, N.Y.

Frederick H. Kelley, 57, Huntington, N.Y.

James Joseph Kelly, 39, Oceanside, N.Y.

Joseph A. Kelly, 40, Oyster Bay, N.Y.

Maurice Patrick Kelly, 41, New York, N.Y.

Richard John Kelly, 50, New York, N.Y.

Thomas Michael Kelly, 41, Wyckoff, N.J.

Thomas Richard Kelly, 38, Riverhead, N.Y.

Thomas W. Kelly, 51, New York, N.Y.

Timothy C. Kelly, 37, Port Washington, N.Y.

William Hill Kelly, 30, New York, N.Y.

Robert C. Kennedy, 55, Toms River, N.J.

Thomas J. Kennedy, 36, Islip Terrace, N.Y.

John Keohane, 41, Jersey City, N.J.

Lt. Ronald T. Kerwin, 42, Levittown, N.Y.

Howard L. Kestenbaum, 56, Montclair, N.J.

Douglas D. Ketcham, 27, New York, N.Y.

Ruth E. Ketler, 42, New York, N.Y.

Boris Khalif, 30, New York, N.Y.

Sarah Khan, 32, New York, N.Y.

Taimour Firaz Khan, 29, New York, N.Y.

Rajesh Khandelwal, 33, South Plainfield, N.J.

SeiLai Khoo, 38, Jersey City, N.J.

Michael Kiefer, 25, Hempstead, N.Y.

Satoshi Kikuchihara, 43, Scarsdale, N.Y.

Andrew Jay-Hoon Kim, 26, Leonia, N.J.

Lawrence Don Kim, 31, Blue Bell, Pa.

Mary Jo Kimelman, 34, New York, N.Y.

Andrew Marshall King, 42, Princeton, N.J.

Lucille T. King, 59, Ridgewood, N.J.

Robert King, 36, Bellerose Terrace, N.Y.

Lisa M. King-Johnson, 34, New York, N.Y.

Takashi Kinoshita, 46, Rye, N.Y.

Chris Michael Kirby, 21, New York, N.Y.

Howard (Barry) Kirschbaum, 53, New York, N.Y.

Glenn Davis Kirwin, 40, Scarsdale, N.Y.

Richard J. Klares, 59, Somers, N.Y.

Peter A. Klein, 35, Weehawken, N.J.

Alan D. Kleinberg, 39, East Brunswick, N.J.

Karen J. Klitzman, 38, New York, N.Y.

Ronald Philip Kloepfer, 39, Franklin Square, N.Y.

Yevgeny Kniazev, 46, New York, N.Y.

Thomas Patrick Knox, 31, Hoboken, N.J.

Andrew Knox, 30, Adelaide, Australia

Rebecca Lee Koborie, 48, Guttenberg, N.J.

Deborah Kobus, 36, New York, N.Y.

Gary Edward Koecheler, 57, Harrison, N.Y.

Frank J. Koestner, 48, New York, N.Y.

Ryan Kohart, 26, New York, N.Y.

Vanessa Lynn Kolpak, 21, New York, N.Y.

Irina Kolpakova, 37, New York, N.Y.

Suzanne Kondratenko, 27, Chicago, Ill.

Abdoulaye Kone, 37, New York, N.Y.

Bon-seok Koo, 42, River Edge, N.J.

Dorota Kopiczko, 26, Nutley, N.J.

Scott Kopytko, 32, New York, N.Y.

Bojan Kostic, 34, New York, N.Y.

Danielle Kousoulis, 29, New York, N.Y.

John J. Kren, 52, New York, N.Y.

William Krukowski, 36, New York, N.Y.

Lyudmila Ksido, 46, New York, N.Y.

Shekhar Kumar, 30, New York, N.Y.

Kenneth Kumpel, 42, Cornwall, N.Y.

Frederick Kuo, 53, Great Neck, N.Y.

Patricia Kuras, 42, New York, N.Y.

Nauka Kushitani, 44, New York, N.Y.

Thomas Joseph Kuveikis, 48, Carmel, N.Y.

Victor Kwarkye, 35, New York, N.Y.

Kui Fai Kwok, 31, New York, N.Y.

Angela R. Kyte, 49, Boonton, N.J.

Amarnauth Lachhman, 42, Valley Stream, N.Y.

Andrew LaCorte, 61, Jersey City, N.J.

Ganesh Ladkat, 27, Somerset, N.J.

James P. Ladley, 41, Colts Neck, N.J.

Daniel M. Van Laere, 46, Glen Rock, N.J.

Joseph A. Lafalce, 54, New York, N.Y.

Jeanette LaFond-Menichino, 49, New York, N.Y.

David LaForge, 50, Port Richmond, N.Y.

Michael Patrick LaForte, 39, Holmdel, N.J.

Alan Lafrance, 43, New York, N.Y.

Juan Lafuente, 61, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

Neil K. Lai, 59, East Windsor, N.J.

Vincent A. Laieta, 31, Edison, N.J.

William David Lake, 44, New York, N.Y.

Franco Lalama, 45, Nutley, N.J.

Chow Kwan Lam, 48, Maywood, N.J.

Stephen LaMantia, 38, Darien, Conn.

Amy Hope Lamonsoff, 29, New York, N.Y.

Robert T. Lane, 28, New York, N.Y.

Brendan M. Lang, 30, Red Bank, N.J.

Rosanne P. Lang, 42, Middletown, N.J.

Vanessa Langer, 29, Yonkers, N.Y.

Mary Lou Langley, 53, New York, N.Y.

Peter J. Langone, 41, Roslyn Heights, N.Y.

Thomas Langone, 39, Williston Park, N.Y.

Michele B. Lanza, 36, New York, N.Y.

Ruth Sheila Lapin, 53, East Windsor, N.J.

Carol Ann LaPlante, 59, New York, N.Y.

Ingeborg Astrid Desiree Lariby, 42, New York, N.Y.

Robin Larkey, 48, Chatham, N.J.

Christopher Randall Larrabee, 26, New York, N.Y.

Hamidou S. Larry, 37, New York, N.Y.

Scott Larsen, 35, New York, N.Y.

John Adam Larson, 37, Colonia, N.J.

Gary E. Lasko, 49, Memphis, Tenn.

Nicholas C. Lassman, 28, Cliffside Park, N.J.

Paul Laszczynski, 49, Paramus, N.J.

Jeffrey Latouche, 49, New York, N.Y.

Cristina de Laura, age unknown, Columbia

Oscar de Laura, age unknown, Columbia

Charles Laurencin, 61, New York, N.Y.

Stephen James Lauria, 39, New York, N.Y.

Maria Lavache, 60, New York, N.Y.

Denis F. Lavelle, 42, Yonkers, N.Y.

Jeannine M. LaVerde, 36, New York, N.Y.

Anna A. Laverty, 52, Middletown, N.J.

Steven Lawn, 28, West Windsor, N.J.

Robert A. Lawrence, 41, Summit, N.J.

Nathaniel Lawson, 61, New York, N.Y.

Eugen Lazar, 27, New York, N.Y.

James Patrick Leahy, 38, New York, N.Y.

Lt. Joseph Gerard Leavey, 45, Pelham, N.Y.

Neil Leavy, 34, New York, N.Y.

Leon Lebor, 51, Jersey City, N.J.

Kenneth Charles Ledee, 38, Monmouth, N.J.

Alan J. Lederman, 43, New York, N.Y.

Elena Ledesma, 36, New York, N.Y.

Alexis Leduc, 45, New York, N.Y.

Myung-woo Lee, 41, Lyndhurst, N.J.

David S. Lee, 37, West Orange, N.J.

Gary H. Lee, 62, Lindenhurst, N.Y.

Hyun-joon (Paul) Lee, 32, New York, N.Y.

Jong-min Lee, 24, New York, N.Y.

Juanita Lee, 44, New York, N.Y.

Lorraine Lee, 37, New York, N.Y.

Richard Y.C. Lee, 34, Great Neck, N.Y.

Yang Der Lee, 63, New York, N.Y.

Kathryn Blair Lee, 55, New York, N.Y.

Stuart (Soo-Jin) Lee, 30, New York, N.Y.

Linda C. Lee, 34, New York, N.Y.

Stephen Lefkowitz, 50, Belle Harbor, N.Y.

Adriana Legro, 32, New York, N.Y.

Edward J. Lehman, 41, Glen Cove, N.Y.

Eric Andrew Lehrfeld, 32, New York, N.Y.

David Ralph Leistman, 43, Garden City, N.Y.

David Prudencio LeMagne, 27, North Bergen, N.J.

Joseph A. Lenihan, 41, Greenwich, Conn.

John J. Lennon, 44, Howell, N.J.

John Robinson Lenoir, 38, Locust Valley, N.Y.

Jorge Luis Leon, 43, Union City, N.J.

Matthew Gerard Leonard, 38, New York, N.Y.

Michael Lepore, 39, New York, N.Y.

Charles Antoine Lesperance, 55

Jeffrey Earle LeVeen, 55, Manhasset, N.Y.

John D. Levi, 50, New York, N.Y.

Alisha Caren Levin, 33, New York, N.Y.

Neil D. Levin, 47, New York, N.Y.

Robert Levine, 56, West Babylon, N.Y.

Robert M. Levine, 66, Edgewater, N.J.

Shai Levinhar, 29, New York, N.Y.

Adam J. Lewis, 36, Fairfield, Conn.

Margaret Susan Lewis, 49, Elizabeth, N.J.

Ye Wei Liang, 27, New York, N.Y.

Orasri Liangthanasarn, 26, Bayonne, N.J.

Daniel F. Libretti, 43, New York, N.Y.

Ralph M. Licciardi, 30, West Hempstead, N.Y.

Edward Lichtschein, 35, New York, N.Y.

Steven B. Lillianthal, 38, Millburn, N.J.

Carlos R. Lillo, 37, Babylon, N.Y.

Craig Damian Lilore, 30, Lyndhurst, N.J.

Arnold A. Lim, 28, New York, N.Y.

Darya Lin, 32, Chicago, Ill.

Wei Rong Lin, 31, Jersey City, N.J.

Nickie L. Lindo, 31, New York, N.Y.

Thomas V. Linehan, 39, Montville, N.J.

Robert Thomas Linnane, 33, West Hempstead, N.Y.

Alan Linton, 26, Jersey City, N.J.

Diane Theresa Lipari, 42, New York, N.Y.

Kenneth P. Lira, 28, Paterson, N.J.

Francisco Alberto Liriano, 33, New York, N.Y.

Lorraine Lisi, 44, New York, N.Y.

Paul Lisson, 45, New York, N.Y.

Vincent Litto, 52, New York, N.Y.

Ming-Hao Liu, 41, Livingston, N.J.

Nancy Liz, 39, New York, N.Y.

Harold Lizcano, 31, East Elmhurst, N.Y.

Martin Lizzul, 31, New York, N.Y.

George A. Llanes, 33, New York, N.Y.

Elizabeth Claire Logler, 31, Rockville Centre, N.Y.

Catherine Lisa Loguidice, 30, New York, N.Y.

Jerome Robert Lohez, 30, Jersey City, N.J.

Michael W. Lomax, 37, New York, N.Y.

Laura M. Longing, 35, Pearl River, N.Y.

Salvatore P. Lopes, 40, Franklin Square, N.Y.

Daniel Lopez, 39, New York, N.Y.

Luis Lopez, 38, New York, N.Y.

Manuel L. Lopez, 54, Jersey City, N.J.

George Lopez, 40, Stroudsburg, Pa.

Joseph Lostrangio, 48, Langhorne, Pa.

Chet Louie, 45, New York, N.Y.

Stuart Seid Louis, 43, East Brunswick, N.J.

Joseph Lovero, 60, Jersey City, N.J.

Michael W. Lowe, 48, New York, N.Y.

Garry Lozier, 47, Darien, Conn.

John Peter Lozowsky, 45, New York, N.Y.

Charles Peter Lucania, 34, East Atlantic Beach, N.Y.

Edward (Ted) H. Luckett, 40, Fair Haven, N.J.

Mark G. Ludvigsen, 32, New York, N.Y.

Lee Charles Ludwig, 49, New York, N.Y.

Sean Thomas Lugano, 28, New York, N.Y.

Daniel Lugo, 45, New York, N.Y.

Marie Lukas, 32, New York, N.Y.

William Lum, 45, New York, N.Y.

Michael P. Lunden, 37, New York, N.Y.

Christopher Lunder, 34, Wall, N.J.

Anthony Luparello, 62, New York, N.Y.

Gary Lutnick, 36, New York, N.Y.

Linda Luzzicone, 33, New York, N.Y.

Alexander Lygin, 28, New York, N.Y.

Farrell Peter Lynch, 39, Centerport, N.Y.

James Francis Lynch, 47, Woodbridge, N.J.

Louise A. Lynch, 58, Amityville, N.Y.

Michael Lynch, 34, New York, N.Y.

Michael F. Lynch, 33, New Hyde Park, N.Y.

Michael Francis Lynch, 30, New York, N.Y.

Richard Dennis Lynch, 30, Bedford Hills, N.Y.

Robert H. Lynch, 44, Cranford, N.J.

Sean Patrick Lynch, 36, Morristown, N.J.

Sean Lynch, 34, New York, N.Y.

Michael J. Lyons, 32, Hawthorne, N.Y.

Patrick Lyons, 34, South Setauket, N.Y.

Monica Lyons, 53, New York, N.Y.

Robert Francis Mace, 43, New York, N.Y.

Jan Maciejewski, 37, New York, N.Y.

Catherine Fairfax MacRae, 23, New York, N.Y.

Richard B. Madden, 35, Westfield, N.J.

Simon Maddison, 40, Florham Park, N.J.

Noell Maerz, 29, Long Beach, N.Y.

Jeannieann Maffeo, 40, New York, N.Y.

Joseph Maffeo, 30, New York, N.Y.

Jay Robert Magazine, 48, New York, N.Y.

Charles Wilson Magee, 51, Wantagh, N.Y.

Brian Magee, 52, Floral Park, N.Y.

Joseph Maggitti, 47, Abingdon, Md.

Ronald E. Magnuson, 57, Park Ridge, N.J.

Daniel L. Maher, 50, Hamilton, N.J.

Thomas Anthony Mahon, 37, East Norwich, N.Y.

William Mahoney, 38, Bohemia, N.Y.

Joseph Maio, 32, Roslyn Harbor, N.Y.

Takashi Makimoto, 49, New York, N.Y.

Abdu Malahi, 37, New York, N.Y.

Debora Maldonado, 47, New York, N.Y.

Myrna T. Maldonado-Agosto, 49, New York, N.Y.

Alfred R. Maler, 39, Convent Station, N.J.

Gregory James Malone, 42, Hoboken, N.J.

Edward Francis (Teddy) Maloney, 32, Darien, Conn.

Joseph E. Maloney, 46, Farmingville, N.Y.

Gene E. Maloy, 41, New York, N.Y.

Christian Maltby, 37, Chatham, N.J.

Francisco Miguel (Frank) Mancini, 26, New York, N.Y.

Joseph Mangano, 53, Jackson, N.J.

Sara Elizabeth Manley, 31, New York, N.Y.

Debra M. Mannetta, 31, Islip, N.Y.

Terence J. Manning, 36, Rockville Centre, N.Y.

Marion Victoria (vickie) Manning, 27, Rochdale, N.Y.

James Maounis, 42, New York, N.Y.

Joseph Ross Marchbanks, 47, Nanuet, N.Y.

Peter Edward Mardikian, 29, New York, N.Y.

Edward Joseph Mardovich, 42, Lloyd Harbor, N.Y.

Lt. Charles Joseph Margiotta, 44, New York, N.Y.

Kenneth Joseph Marino, 40, Monroe, N.Y.

Lester Vincent Marino, 57, Massapequa, N.Y.

Vita Marino, 49, New York, N.Y.

Kevin D. Marlo, 28, New York, N.Y.

Jose J. Marrero, 32, Old Bridge, N.J.

John Marshall, 35, Congers, N.Y.

James Martello, 41, Rumson, N.J.

Michael A. Marti, 26, Glendale, N.Y.

Lt. Peter Martin, 43, Miller Place, N.Y.

William J. Martin, 35, Rockaway, N.J.

Brian E. Martineau, 37, Edison, N.J.

Betsy Martinez, 33, New York, N.Y.

Edward J. Martinez, 60, New York, N.Y.

Jose Angel Martinez, 49, Hauppauge, N.Y.

Robert Gabriel Martinez, 24, New York, N.Y.

Lizie Martinez-Calderon, 32, New York, N.Y.

Lt. Paul Richard Martini, 37, New York, N.Y.

Joseph A. Mascali, 44, New York, N.Y.

Bernard Mascarenhas, 54, Newmarket, Ontario, Canada

Stephen F. Masi, 55, New York, N.Y.

Nicholas G. Massa, 65, New York, N.Y.

Patricia A. Massari, 25, Glendale, N.Y.

Michael Massaroli, 38, New York, N.Y.

Philip W. Mastrandrea, 42, Chatham, N.J.

Rudolph Mastrocinque, 43, Kings Park, N.Y.

Joseph Mathai, 49, Arlington, Mass.

Charles William Mathers, 61, Sea Girt, N.J.

William A. Mathesen, 40, Morristown, N.J.

Marcello Matricciano, 31, New York, N.Y.

Margaret Elaine Mattic, 51, New York, N.Y.

Robert D. Mattson, 54, Green Pond, N.J.

Walter Matuza, 39, New York, N.Y.

Charles A. (Chuck) Mauro, 65, New York, N.Y.

Charles J. Mauro, 38, New York, N.Y.

Dorothy Mauro, 55, New York, N.Y.

Nancy T. Mauro, 51, New York, N.Y.

Tyrone May, 44, Rahway, N.J.

Keithroy Maynard, 30, New York, N.Y.

Robert J. Mayo, 46, Morganville, N.J.

Kathy Nancy Mazza-Delosh, 46, Farmingdale, N.Y.

Edward Mazzella, 62, Monroe, N.Y.

Jennifer Mazzotta, 23, New York, N.Y.

Kaaria Mbaya, 39, Edison, N.J.

James J. McAlary, 42, Spring Lake Heights, N.J.

Brian McAleese, 36, Baldwin, N.Y.

Patricia A. McAneney, 50, Pomona, N.Y.

Colin Richard McArthur, 52, Howell, N.J.

John McAvoy, 47, New York, N.Y.

Kenneth M. McBrayer, 49, New York, N.Y.

Brendan McCabe, 40, Sayville, N.Y.

Michael J. McCabe, 42, Rumson, N.J.

Thomas McCann, 46, Manalapan, N.J.

Justin McCarthy, 30, Port Washington, N.Y.

Kevin M. McCarthy, 42, Fairfield, Conn.

Michael Desmond McCarthy, 33, Huntington, N.Y.

Robert Garvin McCarthy, 33, Stony Point, N.Y.

Stanley McCaskill, 47, New York, N.Y.

Katie Marie McCloskey, 25, Mount Vernon, N.Y.

Tara McCloud-Gray, 30, New York, N.Y.

Charles Austin McCrann, 55, New York, N.Y.

Tonyell McDay, 25, Colonia, N.J.

Matthew T. McDermott, 34, Basking Ridge, N.J.

Joseph P. McDonald, 43, Livingston, N.J.

Brian G. McDonnell, 38, Wantagh, N.Y.

Michael McDonnell, 34, Red Bank, N.J.

John F. McDowell, 33, New York, N.Y.

Eamon J. McEneaney, 46, New Canaan, Conn.

John Thomas McErlean, 39, Larchmont, N.Y.

Daniel F. McGinley, 40, Ridgewood, N.J.

Mark Ryan McGinly, 26, New York, N.Y.

Lt. William E. McGinn, 43, New York, N.Y.

Thomas H. McGinnis, 41, Oakland, N.J.

Michael Gregory McGinty, 42, Foxboro, Mass.

Ann McGovern, 68, East Meadow, N.Y.

Scott Martin McGovern, 35, Wyckoff, N.J.

William J. McGovern, 49, Smithtown, N.Y.

Stacey S. McGowan, 38, Basking Ridge, N.J.

Francis Noel McGuinn, 48, Rye, N.Y.

Patrick J. McGuire, 40, Madison, N.J.

Thomas M. McHale, 33, Huntington, N.Y.

Keith McHeffey, 31, Monmouth Beach, N.J.

Denis J. McHugh, 36, New York, N.Y.

Dennis P. McHugh, 34, Sparkill, N.Y.

Michael Edward McHugh, 35, Tuckahoe, N.Y.

Ann M. McHugh, 35, New York, N.Y.

Robert G. McIlvaine, 26, New York, N.Y.

Donald James McIntyre, 38, New City, N.Y.

Stephanie McKenna, 45, New York, N.Y.

Barry J. McKeon, 47, Yorktown Heights, N.Y.

Evelyn C. McKinnedy, 60, New York, N.Y.

Darryl Leron McKinney, 26, New York, N.Y.

Robert C. McLaughlin, 29, Westchester, N.Y.

George Patrick McLaughlin, 36, Hoboken, N.J.

Gavin McMahon, 35, Bayonne, N.J.

Robert Dismas McMahon, 35, New York, N.Y.

Edmund M. McNally, 41, Fair Haven, N.J.

Daniel McNeal, 29, Towson, Md.

Walter Arthur McNeil, 53, Stroudsburg, Pa.

Sean Peter McNulty, 30, New York, N.Y.

Christine Sheila McNulty, 42, Peterborough, England

Robert William McPadden, 30, Pearl River, N.Y.

Terence A. McShane, 37, West Islip, N.Y.

Timothy Patrick McSweeney, 37, New York, N.Y.

Martin E. McWilliams, 35, Kings Park, N.Y.

Rocco A. Medaglia, 49, Melville, N.Y.

Abigail Cales Medina, 46, New York, N.Y.

Ana Iris Medina, 39, New York, N.Y.

Deborah Medwig, 46, Dedham, Mass.

William J. Meehan, 49, Darien, Conn.

Damian Meehan, 32, Glen Rock, N.J.

Alok Kumar Mehta, 23, Hempstead, N.Y.

Raymond Meisenheimer, 46, West Babylon, N.Y.

Manuel Emilio Mejia, 54, New York, N.Y.

Eskedar Melaku, 31, New York, N.Y.

Antonio Melendez, 30, New York, N.Y.

Mary Melendez, 44, Stroudsburg, Pa.

Yelena Melnichenko, 28, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Stuart Todd Meltzer, 32, Syosset, N.Y.

Diarelia Jovannah Mena, 30, New York, N.Y.

Charles Mendez, 38, Floral Park, N.Y.

Lizette Mendoza, 33, North Bergen, N.J.

Shevonne Mentis, 25, New York, N.Y.

Steve Mercado, 38, New York, N.Y.

Wesley Mercer, 70, New York, N.Y.

Ralph Joseph Mercurio, 47, Rockville Centre, N.Y.

Alan H. Merdinger, 47, Allentown, Pa.

George C. Merino, 39, New York, N.Y.

Yamel Merino, 24, Yonkers, N.Y.

George Merkouris, 35, Levittown, N.Y.

Deborah Merrick, 45, residence unknown

Raymond J. Metz, 37, Trumbull, Conn.

Jill A. Metzler, 32, Franklin Square, N.Y.

David Robert Meyer, 57, Glen Rock, N.J.

Nurul Huq Miah, 35, New York, N.Y.

William Edward Micciulli, 30, Matawan, N.J.

Martin Paul Michelstein, 57, Morristown, N.J.

Luis Clodoaldo Revilla Mier, 54

Peter T. Milano, 43, Middletown, N.J.

Gregory Milanowycz, 25, Cranford, N.J.

Lukasz T. Milewski, 21, New York, N.Y.

Sgt. Craig James Miller, 29, VA

Corey Peter Miller, 34, New York, N.Y.

Douglas C. Miller, 34, Port Jervis, N.Y.

Henry Miller, 52, Massapequa, N.Y.

Michael Matthew Miller, 39, Englewood, N.J.

Phillip D. Miller, 53, New York, N.Y.

Robert C. Miller, 55, Hasbrouck Heights, N.J.

Robert Alan Miller, 46, Matawan, N.J.

Joel Miller, 55, Baldwin, N.Y.

Benjamin Millman, 40, New York, N.Y.

Charles M. Mills, 61, Brentwood, N.Y.

Ronald Keith Milstein, 54, New York, N.Y.

Robert Minara, 54, Carmel, N.Y.

William G. Minardi, 46, Bedford, N.Y.

Louis Joseph Minervino, 54, Middletown, N.J.

Thomas Mingione, 34, West Islip, N.Y.

Wilbert Miraille, 29, New York, N.Y.

Domenick Mircovich, 40, Closter, N.J.

Rajesh A. Mirpuri, 30, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.

Joseph Mistrulli, 47, Wantagh, N.Y.

Susan Miszkowicz, 37, New York, N.Y.

Lt. Paul Thomas Mitchell, 46, New York, N.Y.

Richard Miuccio, 55, New York, N.Y.

Frank V. Moccia, 57, Hauppauge, N.Y.

Capt. Louis Joseph Modafferi, 45, New York, N.Y.

Boyie Mohammed, 50, New York, N.Y.

Lt. Dennis Mojica, 50, New York, N.Y.

Manuel Mojica, 37, Bellmore, N.Y.

Manuel Dejesus Molina, 31, New York, N.Y.

Kleber Rolando Molina, 44, New York, N.Y.

Fernando Jimenez Molinar, 21, Oaxaca, Mexico

Carl Molinaro, 32, New York, N.Y.

Justin J. Molisani, 42, Middletown Township, N.J.

Brian Patrick Monaghan, 21, New York, N.Y.

Franklin Monahan, 45, Roxbury, N.Y.

John Gerard Monahan, 47, Wanamassa, N.J.

Kristen Montanaro, 34, New York, N.Y.

Craig D. Montano, 38, Glen Ridge, N.J.

Michael Montesi, 39, Highland Mills, N.Y.

Cheryl Ann Monyak, 43, Greenwich, Conn.

Capt. Thomas Moody, 45, Stony Brook, N.Y.

Sharon Moore, 37, New York, N.Y.

Krishna Moorthy, 59, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.

Abner Morales, 37, New York, N.Y.

Carlos Morales, 29, New York, N.Y.

Paula Morales, 42, New York, N.Y.

Luis Morales, 46, New York, N.Y.

John Moran, 43, Rockaway, N.Y.

John Christopher Moran, 38, Haslemere, Surrey, England

Kathleen Moran, 42, New York, N.Y.

Lindsay S. Morehouse, 24, New York, N.Y.

George Morell, 47, Mount. Kisco, N.Y.

Steven P. Morello, 52, Bayonne, N.J.

Vincent S. Morello, 34, New York, N.Y.

Arturo Alva Moreno, 47, Mexico City, Mexico

Yvette Nicole Moreno, 25, New York, N.Y.

Dorothy Morgan, 47, Hempstead, N.Y.

Richard Morgan, 66, Glen Rock, N.J.

Nancy Morgenstern, 32, New York, N.Y.

Sanae Mori, 27, Tokyo, Japan

Blanca Morocho, 26, New York, N.Y.

Leonel Morocho, 36, New York, N.Y.

Dennis G. Moroney, 39, Eastchester, N.Y.

Lynne Irene Morris, 22, Monroe, N.Y.

Seth A. Morris, 35, Kinnelon, N.J.

Stephen Philip Morris, 31, Ormond Beach, Fla.

Christopher M. Morrison, 34, Charlestown, Mass.

Ferdinand V. Morrone, 63, Lakewood, N.J.

William David Moskal, 50, Brecksville, Ohio

Manuel Da Mota, 43, Valley Stream, N.Y.

Marco Motroni, 57, Fort Lee, N.J.

Iouri A. Mouchinski, 55, New York, N.Y.

Jude J. Moussa, 35, New York, N.Y.

Peter C. Moutos, 44, Chatham, N.J.

Damion Mowatt, 21, New York, N.Y.

Christopher Mozzillo, 27, New York, N.Y.

Stephen V. Mulderry, 33, New York, N.Y.

Richard Muldowney, 40, Babylon, N.Y.

Michael D. Mullan, 34, New York, N.Y.

Dennis Michael Mulligan, 32, New York, N.Y.

Peter James Mulligan, 28, New York, N.Y.

Michael Joseph Mullin, 27, Hoboken, N.J.

James Donald Munhall, 45, Ridgewood, N.J.

Nancy Muniz, 45, New York, N.Y.

Carlos Mario Munoz, 43, New York, N.Y.

Francisco Munoz, 29, New York, N.Y.

Theresa (Terry) Munson, 54, New York, N.Y.

Robert M. Murach, 45, Montclair, N.J.

Cesar Augusto Murillo, 32, New York, N.Y.

Marc A. Murolo, 28, Maywood, N.J.

Robert Eddie Murphy, 56, New York, N.Y.

Brian Joseph Murphy, 41, New York, N.Y.

Christopher W. Murphy, 35, Easton, Md.

Edward C. Murphy, 42, Clifton, N.J.

James F. Murphy, 30, Garden City, N.Y.

James Thomas Murphy, 35, Middletown, N.J.

Kevin James Murphy, 40, Northport, N.Y.

Patrick Sean Murphy, 36, Millburn, N.J.

Lt. Raymond E. Murphy, 46, New York, N.Y.

Charles Murphy, 38, New York, N.Y.

John Joseph Murray, 32, Hoboken, N.J.

John Joseph Murray, 52, Colts Neck, N.J.

Susan D. Murray, 54, Summit, N.J.

Valerie Victoria Murray, 65, New York, N.Y.

Richard Todd Myhre, 37, New York, N.Y.

Lt. Robert B. Nagel, 55, New York, N.Y.

Takuya Nakamura, 30, Tuckahoe, N.Y.

Alexander J.R. Napier, 38, Morris Township, N.J.

Frank Joseph Naples, 29, Cliffside Park, N.J.

John Napolitano, 33, Ronkonkoma, N.Y.

Catherine A. Nardella, 40, Bloomfield, N.J.

Mario Nardone, 32, New York, N.Y.

Manika Narula, 22, Kings Park, N.Y.

Narender Nath, 33, Colonia, N.J.

Karen S. Navarro, 30, New York, N.Y.

Joseph M. Navas, 44, Paramus, N.J.

Francis J. Nazario, 28, Jersey City, N.J.

Glenroy Neblett, 42, New York, N.Y.

Marcus R. Neblett, 31, Roslyn Heights, N.Y.

Jerome O. Nedd, 39, New York, N.Y.

Laurence Nedell, 51, Lindenhurst, N.Y.

Luke G. Nee, 44, Stony Point, N.Y.

Pete Negron, 34, Bergenfield, N.J.

Ann Nicole Nelson, 30, New York, N.Y.

David William Nelson, 50, New York, N.Y.

James Nelson, 40, Clark, N.J.

Michele Ann Nelson, 27, Valley Stream, N.Y.

Peter Allen Nelson, 42, Huntington Station, N.Y.

Oscar Nesbitt, 58, New York, N.Y.

Gerard Terence Nevins, 46, Campbell Hall, N.Y.

Christopher Newton-Carter, 51, Middletown, N.J.

Kapinga Ngalula, 58, McKinney, Texas

Nancy Yuen Ngo, 36, Harrington Park, N.J.

Jody Tepedino Nichilo, 39, New York, N.Y.

Martin Niederer, 23, Hoboken, N.J.

Alfonse J. Niedermeyer, 40, Manasquan, N.J.

Frank John Niestadt, 55, Ronkonkoma, N.Y.

Gloria Nieves, 48, New York, N.Y.

Juan Nieves, 56, New York, N.Y.

Troy Edward Nilsen, 33, New York, N.Y.

Paul R. Nimbley, 42, Middletown, N.J.

John Ballantine Niven, 44, Oyster Bay, N.Y.

Katherine (Katie) McGarry Noack, 30, Hoboken, N.J.

Curtis Terrence Noel, 22, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

Daniel R. Nolan, 44, Hopatcong, N.J.

Robert Walter Noonan, 36, Norwalk, Conn.

Daniela R. Notaro, 25, New York, N.Y.

Brian Novotny, 33, Hoboken, N.J.

Soichi Numata, 45, Irvington, N.Y.

Brian Felix Nunez, 29, New York, N.Y.

Jose R. Nunez, 42, New York, N.Y.

Jeffrey Nussbaum, 37, Oceanside, N.Y.

James A. Oakley, 52, Cortlandt Manor, N.Y.

Dennis O’Berg, 28, Babylon, N.Y.

James P. O’Brien, 33, New York, N.Y.

Scott J. O’Brien, 40, New York, N.Y.

Timothy Michael O’Brien, 40, Brookville, N.Y.

Michael O’Brien, 42, Cedar Knolls, N.J.

Captain Daniel O’Callaghan, 42, Smithtown, N.Y.

Richard J. O’Connor, 49, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

Dennis J. O’Connor, 34, New York, N.Y.

Diana J. O’Connor, 38, Eastchester, N.Y.

Keith K. O’Connor, 28, Hoboken, N.J.

Amy O’Doherty, 23, New York, N.Y.

Marni Pont O’Doherty, 31, Armonk, N.Y.

Douglas Oelschlager, 36, New York, N.Y.

Takashi Ogawa, 37, Tokyo, Japan

Albert Ogletree, 49, New York, N.Y.

Philip Paul Ognibene, 39, New York, N.Y.

James Andrew O’Grady, 32, Harrington Park, N.J.

Joseph J. Ogren, 30, New York, N.Y.

Lt. Thomas O’Hagan, 43, New York, N.Y.

Samuel Oitice, 45, Peekskill, N.Y.

Patrick O’Keefe, 44, Oakdale, N.Y.

Capt. William O’Keefe, 49, New York, N.Y.

Gerald Michael Olcott, 55, New Hyde Park, N.Y.

Gerald O’Leary, 34, Stony Point, N.Y.

Christine Anne Olender, 39, New York, N.Y.

Elsy Carolina Osorio Oliva, 27, New York, N.Y.

Linda Mary Oliva, 44, New York, N.Y.

Edward K. Oliver, 31, Jackson, N.J.

Leah E. Oliver, 24, New York, N.Y.

Eric T. Olsen, 41, New York, N.Y.

Jeffrey James Olsen, 31, New York, N.Y.

Maureen L. Olson, 50, Rockville Centre, N.Y.

Steven John Olson, 38, New York, N.Y.

Matthew Timothy O’Mahony, 39, New York, N.Y.

Toshihiro Onda, 39, New York, N.Y.

Seamus L. Oneal, 52, New York, N.Y.

John P. O’Neill, 49, New York, N.Y.

Sean Gordon Corbett O’Neill, 34, Rye, N.Y.

Peter J. O’Neill, 21, Amityville, N.Y.

Michael C. Opperman, 45, Selden, N.Y.

Christopher Orgielewicz, 35, Larchmont, N.Y.

Margaret Orloske, 50, Windsor, Conn.

Virginia A. Ormiston, 42, New York, N.Y.

Kevin O’Rourke, 44, Hewlett, N.Y.

Juan Romero Orozco, Acatlan de Osorio, Puebla, Mexico

Ronald Orsini, 59, Hillsdale, N.J.

Peter K. Ortale, 37, New York, N.Y.

Emilio (Peter) Ortiz, 38, New York, N.Y.

David Ortiz, 37, Nanuet, N.Y.

Paul Ortiz, 21, New York, N.Y.

Sonia Ortiz, 58, New York, N.Y.

Alexander Ortiz, 36, Ridgewood, N.Y.

Pablo Ortiz, 49, New York, N.Y.

Masaru Ose, 36, Fort Lee, N.J.

Robert W. O’Shea, 47, Wall, N.J.

Patrick J. O’Shea, 45, Farmingdale, N.Y.

James Robert Ostrowski, 37, Garden City, N.Y.

Timothy O’Sullivan, 68, Albrightsville, Pa.

Jason Douglas Oswald, 28, New York, N.Y.

Michael Otten, 42, East Islip, N.Y.

Isidro Ottenwalder, 35, New York, N.Y.

Michael Chung Ou, 53, New York, N.Y.

Todd Joseph Ouida, 25, River Edge, N.J.

Jesus Ovalles, 60, New York, N.Y.

Peter J. Owens, 42, Williston Park, N.Y.

Adianes Oyola, 23, New York, N.Y.

Angel M. Pabon, 54, New York, N.Y.

Israel Pabon, 31, New York, N.Y.

Roland Pacheco, 25, New York, N.Y.

Michael Benjamin Packer, 45, New York, N.Y.

Deepa K. Pakkala, 31, Stewartsville, N.J.

Jeffrey Matthew Palazzo, 33, New York, N.Y.

Thomas Anthony Palazzo, 44, Armonk, N.Y.

Richard (Rico) Palazzolo, 39, New York, N.Y.

Orio Joseph Palmer, 45, Valley Stream, N.Y.

Frank A. Palombo, 46, New York, N.Y.

Alan N. Palumbo, 42, New York, N.Y.

Christopher M. Panatier, 36, Rockville Centre, N.Y.

Dominique Pandolfo, 27, Hoboken, N.J.

Paul Pansini, 34, New York, N.Y.

John M. Paolillo, 51, Glen Head, N.Y.

Edward J. Papa, 47, Oyster Bay, N.Y.

Salvatore Papasso, 34, New York, N.Y.

James N. Pappageorge, 29, Yonkers, N.Y.

Vinod K. Parakat, 34, Sayreville, N.J.

Vijayashanker Paramsothy, 23, New York, N.Y.

Nitin Ramesh Parandkar, 28, Waltham, Mass.

Hardai (Casey) Parbhu, 42, New York, N.Y.

James Wendell Parham, 32, New York, N.Y.

Debra (Debbie) Paris, 48, New York, N.Y.

George Paris, 33, New York, N.Y.

Gye-Hyong Park, 28, New York, N.Y.

Philip L. Parker, 53, Skillman, N.J.

Michael A. Parkes, 27, New York, N.Y.

Robert Emmett Parks, 47, Middletown, N.J.

Hasmukhrai Chuckulal Parmar, 48, Warren, N.J.

Robert Parro, 35, Levittown, N.Y.

Diane Marie Moore Parsons, 58, Malta, N.Y.

Leobardo Lopez Pascual, 41, New York, N.Y.

Michael J. Pascuma, 50, Massapequa Park, N.Y.

Jerrold H. Paskins, 56, Anaheim Hills, Calif.

Horace Robert Passananti, 55, New York, N.Y.

Suzanne H. Passaro, 38, East Brunswick, N.J.

Victor Antonio Martinez Pastrana, 38, Tlachichuca, Puebla, Mexico

Manish K. Patel, 29, Edison, N.J.

Avnish Ramanbhai Patel, 28, New York, N.Y.

Dipti Patel, 38, New Hyde Park, N.Y.

Steven B. Paterson, 40, Ridgewood, N.J.

James Matthew Patrick, 30, Norwalk, Conn.

Manuel Patrocino, 34, New York, N.Y.

Bernard E. Patterson, 46, Upper Brookville, N.Y.

Cira Marie Patti, 40, New York, N.Y.

Robert Edward Pattison, 40, New York, N.Y.

James R. Paul, 58, New York, N.Y.

Sharon Cristina Millan Paz, 31, New York, N.Y.

Patrice Paz, 52, New York, N.Y.

Victor Paz-Gutierrez, 43, New York, N.Y.

Stacey L. Peak, 36, New York, N.Y.

Richard Allen Pearlman, 18, New York, N.Y.

Durrell Pearsall, 34, Hempstead, N.Y.

Thomas E. Pedicini, 30, Hicksville, N.Y.

Todd D. Pelino, 34, Fair Haven, N.J.

Michel Adrian Pelletier, 36, Greenwich, Conn.

Anthony Peluso, 46, New York, N.Y.

Angel Ramon Pena, 45, River Vale, N.J.

Richard Al Penny, 53, New York, N.Y.

Salvatore F. Pepe, 45, New York, N.Y.

Carl Allen Peralta, 37, New York, N.Y.

Robert David Peraza, 30, New York, N.Y.

Jon A. Perconti, 32, Brick, N.J.

Alejo Perez, 66, Union City, N.J.

Angel Perez, 43, Jersey City, N.J.

Angela Susan Perez, 35, New York, N.Y.

Ivan Perez, 37, New York, N.Y.

Nancy E. Perez, 36, Secaucus, N.J.

Anthony Perez, 33, Locust Valley, N.Y.

Joseph John Perroncino, 33, Smithtown, N.Y.

Edward J. Perrotta, 43, Mount Sinai, N.Y.

Lt. Glenn C. Perry, 41, Monroe, N.Y.

Emelda Perry, 52, Elmont, N.Y.

John William Perry, 38, New York, N.Y.

Franklin Allan Pershep, 59, New York, N.Y.

Daniel Pesce, 34, New York, N.Y.

Michael J. Pescherine, 32, New York, N.Y.

Davin Peterson, 25, New York, N.Y.

William Russel Peterson, 46, New York, N.Y.

Mark Petrocelli, 28, New York, N.Y.

Lt. Philip S. Petti, 43, New York, N.Y.

Glen Kerrin Pettit, 30, Oakdale, N.Y.

Dominick Pezzulo, 36, New York, N.Y.

Kaleen E. Pezzuti, 28, Fair Haven, N.J.

Lt. Kevin Pfeifer, 42, New York, N.Y.

Tu-Anh Pham, 42, Princeton, N.J.

Lt. Kenneth John Phelan, 41, New York, N.Y.

Michael V. San Phillip, 55, Ridgewood, N.J.

Eugenia Piantieri, 55, New York, N.Y.

Ludwig John Picarro, 44, Basking Ridge, N.J.

Matthew Picerno, 44, Holmdel, N.J.

Joseph O. Pick, 40, Hoboken, N.J.

Christopher Pickford, 32, New York, N.Y.

Dennis J. Pierce, 54, New York, N.Y.

Joseph A. Della Pietra, 24, New York, N.Y.

Bernard T. Pietronico, 39, Matawan, N.J.

Nicholas P. Pietrunti, 38, Belford, N.J.

Theodoros Pigis, 60, New York, N.Y.

Susan Elizabeth Ancona Pinto, 44, New York, N.Y.

Joseph Piskadlo, 48, North Arlington, N.J.

Christopher Todd Pitman, 30, New York, N.Y.

Josh Michael Piver, 23, New York, N.Y.

Joseph Plumitallo, 45, Manalapan, N.J.

John M. Pocher, 36, Middletown, N.J.

William Howard Pohlmann, 56, Ardsley, N.Y.

Laurence M. Polatsch, 32, New York, N.Y.

Thomas H. Polhemus, 39, Morris Plains, N.J.

Steve Pollicino, 48, Plainview, N.Y.

Susan M. Pollio, 45, Long Beach Township, N.J.

Joshua Poptean, 37, New York, N.Y.

Giovanna Porras, 24, New York, N.Y.

Anthony Portillo, 48, New York, N.Y.

James Edward Potorti, 52, Princeton, N.J.

Daphne Pouletsos, 47, Westwood, N.J.

Richard Poulos, 55, Levittown, N.Y.

Stephen E. Poulos, 45, Basking Ridge, N.J.

Brandon Jerome Powell, 26, New York, N.Y.

Shawn Edward Powell, 32, New York, N.Y.

Tony Pratt, 43, New York, N.Y.

Gregory M. Preziose, 34, Holmdel, N.J.

Wanda Ivelisse Prince, 30, New York, N.Y.

Vincent Princiotta, 39, Orangeburg, N.Y.

Kevin Prior, 28, Bellmore, N.Y.

Everett Martin (Marty) Proctor, 44, New York, N.Y.

Carrie B. Progen, 25, New York, N.Y.

David Lee Pruim, 53, Upper Montclair, N.J.

Richard Prunty, 57, Sayville, N.Y.

John F. Puckett, 47, Glen Cove, N.Y.

Robert D. Pugliese, 47, East Fishkill, N.Y.

Edward F. Pullis, 34, Hazlet, N.J.

Patricia Ann Puma, 33, New York, N.Y.

Hemanth Kumar Puttur, 26, White Plains, N.Y.

Edward R. Pykon, 33, Princeton, N.J.

Christopher Quackenbush, 44, Manhasset, N.Y.

Lars Peter Qualben, 49, New York, N.Y.

Lincoln Quappe, 38, Sayville, N.Y.

Beth Ann Quigley, 25, New York, N.Y.

Lt. Michael Quilty, 42, New York, N.Y.

Ricardo Quinn, 40, New York, N.Y.

James Francis Quinn, 23, New York, N.Y.

Carol Rabalais, 38, New York, N.Y.

Christopher Peter A. Racaniello, 30, New York, N.Y.

Leonard Ragaglia, 36, New York, N.Y.

Eugene J. Raggio, 55, New York, N.Y.

Laura Marie Ragonese-Snik, 41, Bangor, Pa.

Michael Ragusa, 29, New York, N.Y.

Peter F. Raimondi, 46, New York, N.Y.

Harry A. Raines, 37, New York, N.Y.

Ehtesham U. Raja, 28, Clifton, N.J.

Valsa Raju, 39, Yonkers, N.Y.

Edward Rall, 44, Holbrook, N.Y.

Lukas (Luke) Rambousek, 27, New York, N.Y.

Julio Fernandez Ramirez, 51, New York, N.Y.

Maria Isabel Ramirez, 25, New York, N.Y.

Harry Ramos, 41, Newark, N.J.

Vishnoo Ramsaroop, 44, New York, N.Y.

Lorenzo Ramzey, 48, East Northport, N.Y.

  1. Todd Rancke, 42, Summit, N.J.

Adam David Rand, 30, Bellmore, N.Y.

Jonathan C. Randall, 42, New York, N.Y.

Srinivasa Shreyas Ranganath, 26, Hackensack, N.J.

Anne Rose T. Ransom, 45, Edgewater, N.J.

Faina Rapoport, 45, New York, N.Y.

Robert Arthur Rasmussen, 42, Hinsdale, Ill.

Amenia Rasool, 33, New York, N.Y.

Roger Mark Rasweiler, 53, Flemington, N.J.

David Alan James Rathkey, 47, Mountain Lakes, N.J.

William Ralph Raub, 38, Saddle River, N.J.

Gerard Rauzi, 42, New York, N.Y.

Alexey Razuvaev, 40, New York, N.Y.

Gregory Reda, 33, New Hyde Park, N.Y.

Sarah Prothero Redheffer, 35, London, England

Michele Reed, 26, Ringoes, N.J.

Judith A. Reese, 56, Kearny, N.J.

Donald J. Regan, 47, Wallkill, N.Y.

Lt. Robert M. Regan, 48, Floral Park, N.Y.

Thomas M. Regan, 43, Cranford, N.J.

Christian Michael Otto Regenhard, 28, New York, N.Y.

Howard Reich, 59, New York, N.Y.

Gregg Reidy, 26, Holmdel, N.J.

Kevin O. Reilly, 28, New York, N.Y.

James Brian Reilly, 25, New York, N.Y.

Timothy E. Reilly, 40, New York, N.Y.

Joseph Reina, 32, New York, N.Y.

Thomas Barnes Reinig, 48, Bernardsville, N.J.

Frank B. Reisman, 41, Princeton, N.J.

Joshua Scott Reiss, 23, New York, N.Y.

Karen Renda, 52, New York, N.Y.

John Armand Reo, 28, Larchmont, N.Y.

Richard Rescorla, 62, Morristown, N.J.

John Thomas Resta, 40, New York, N.Y.

Sylvia San Pio Resta, 26, New York, N.Y.

Eduvigis (Eddie) Reyes, 37, New York, N.Y.

Bruce A. Reynolds, 41, Columbia, N.J.

John Frederick Rhodes, 57, Howell, N.J.

Francis S. Riccardelli, 40, Westwood, N.J.

Rudolph N. Riccio, 50, New York, N.Y.

AnnMarie (Davi) Riccoboni, 58, New York, N.Y.

Eileen Mary Rice, 57, New York, N.Y.

David Rice, 31, New York, N.Y.

Kenneth F. Rice, 34, Hicksville, N.Y.

Lt. Vernon Allan Richard, 53, Nanuet, N.Y.

Claude D. Richards, 46, New York, N.Y.

Gregory Richards, 30, New York, N.Y.

Michael Richards, 38, New York, N.Y.

Venesha O. Richards, 26, North Brunswick, N.J.

James C. Riches, 29, New York, N.Y.

Alan Jay Richman, 44, New York, N.Y.

John M. Rigo, 48, New York, N.Y.

Theresa (Ginger) Risco, 48, New York, N.Y.

Rose Mary Riso, 55, New York, N.Y.

Moises N. Rivas, 29, New York, N.Y.

Joseph Rivelli, 43, New York, N.Y.

Isaias Rivera, 51, Perth Amboy, N.J.

Linda Rivera, 26, New York, N.Y.

Juan William Rivera, 27, New York, N.Y.

Carmen A. Rivera, 33, Westtown, N.Y.

David E. Rivers, 40, New York, N.Y.

Joseph R. Riverso, 34, White Plains, N.Y.

Paul Rizza, 34, Park Ridge, N.J.

John Frank Rizzo, 50, New York, N.Y.

Stephen Louis Roach, 36, Verona, N.J.

Joseph Roberto, 37, Midland Park, N.J.

Leo A. Roberts, 44, Wayne, N.J.

Michael Roberts, 30, New York, N.Y.

Michael Edward Roberts, 31, New York, N.Y.

Donald Walter Robertson, 35, Rumson, N.J.

Catherina Robinson, 45, New York, N.Y.

Jeffrey Robinson, 38, Monmouth Junction, N.J.

Michell Lee Robotham, 32, Kearny, N.J.

Donald Robson, 52, Manhasset, N.Y.

Antonio Augusto Tome Rocha, 34, East Hanover, N.J.

Raymond J. Rocha, 29, Malden, Mass.

Laura Rockefeller, 41, New York, N.Y.

John M. Rodak, 39, Mantua, N.J.

Antonio Jose Carrusca Rodrigues, 35, Port Washington, N.Y.

Anthony Rodriguez, 36, New York, N.Y.

Carmen Milagros Rodriguez, 46, Freehold, N.J.

Marsha A. Rodriguez, 41, West Paterson, N.J.

Richard Rodriguez, 31, Cliffwood, N.J.

Gregory E. Rodriguez, 31, White Plains, N.Y.

David B. Rodriguez-Vargas, 44, New York, N.Y.

Matthew Rogan, 37, West Islip, N.Y.

Karlie Barbara Rogers, 25, London, England

Scott Rohner, 22, Hoboken, N.J.

Keith Roma, 27, New York, N.Y.

Joseph M. Romagnolo, 37, Coram, N.Y.

Elvin Santiago Romero, 34, Matawan, N.J.

Efrain Franco Romero, 57, Hazleton, Pa.

James A. Romito, 51, Westwood, N.J.

Sean Rooney, 50, Stamford, Conn.

Eric Thomas Ropiteau, 24, New York, N.Y.

Aida Rosario, 42, Jersey City, N.J.

Angela Rosario, 27, New York, N.Y.

Fitzroy St. Rose, 40, New York, N.Y.

Mark H. Rosen, 45, West Islip, N.Y.

Linda Rosenbaum, 41, Little Falls, N.J.

Brooke David Rosenbaum, 31, Franklin Square, N.Y.

Sheryl Lynn Rosenbaum, 33, Warren, N.J.

Lloyd D. Rosenberg, 31, Morganville, N.J.

Mark Louis Rosenberg, 26, Teaneck, N.J.

Andrew I. Rosenblum, 45, Rockville Centre, N.Y.

Joshua M. Rosenblum, 28, Hoboken, N.J.

Joshua A. Rosenthal, 44, New York, N.Y.

Richard David Rosenthal, 50, Fair Lawn, N.J.

Daniel Rossetti, 32, Bloomfield, N.J.

Norman Rossinow, 39, Cedar Grove, N.J.

Nicholas P. Rossomando, 35, New York, N.Y.

Michael Craig Rothberg, 39, Greenwich, Conn.

Donna Marie Rothenberg, 53, New York, N.Y.

Nick Rowe, 29, Hoboken, N.J.

Timothy A. Roy, 36, Massapequa Park, N.Y.

Paul G. Ruback, 50, Newburgh, N.Y.

Ronald J. Ruben, 36, Hoboken, N.J.

Joanne Rubino, 45, New York, N.Y.

David Michael Ruddle, 31, New York, N.Y.

Bart Joseph Ruggiere, 32, New York, N.Y.

Susan Ann Ruggiero, 30, Plainview, N.Y.

Adam K. Ruhalter, 40, Plainview, N.Y.

Gilbert Ruiz, 57, New York, N.Y.

Stephen P. Russell, 40, Rockaway Beach, N.Y.

Steven Harris Russin, 32, Mendham, N.J.

Lt. Michael Thomas Russo, 44, Nesconset, N.Y.

Wayne Alan Russo, 37, Union, N.J.

John J. Ryan, 45, West Windsor, N.J.

Edward Ryan, 42, Scarsdale, N.Y.

Jonathan Stephan Ryan, 32, Bayville, N.Y.

Matthew Lancelot Ryan, 54, Seaford, N.Y.

Kristin A. Irvine Ryan, 30, New York, N.Y.

Tatiana Ryjova, 36, South Salem, N.Y.

Christina Sunga Ryook, 25, New York, N.Y.

Thierry Saada, 27, New York, N.Y.

Jason E. Sabbag, 26, New York, N.Y.

Thomas E. Sabella, 44, New York, N.Y.

Scott Saber, 36, New York, N.Y.

Joseph Sacerdote, 48, Freehold, N.J.

Mohammad Ali Sadeque, 62, New York, N.Y.

Francis J. Sadocha, 41, Huntington, N.Y.

Jude Elias Safi, 24, New York, N.Y.

Brock Joel Safronoff, 26, New York, N.Y.

Edward Saiya, 49, New York, N.Y.

John Patrick Salamone, 37, North Caldwell, N.J.

Hernando R. Salas, 71, New York, N.Y.

Juan Salas, 35, New York, N.Y.

Esmerlin Salcedo, 36, New York, N.Y.

John Salvatore Salerno, 31, Westfield, N.J.

Richard L. Salinardi, 32, Hoboken, N.J.

Wayne John Saloman, 43, Seaford, N.Y.

Nolbert Salomon, 33, New York, N.Y.

Catherine Patricia Salter, 37, New York, N.Y.

Frank Salvaterra, 41, Manhasset, N.Y.

Paul R. Salvio, 27, New York, N.Y.

Samuel R. Salvo, 59, Yonkers, N.Y.

Carlos Samaniego, 29, New York, N.Y.

Rena Sam-Dinnoo, 28, New York, N.Y.

James Kenneth Samuel, 29, Hoboken, N.J.

Hugo Sanay-Perafiel, 41, New York, N.Y.

Alva Jeffries Sanchez, 41, Hempstead, N.Y.

Jacquelyn P. Sanchez, 23, New York, N.Y.

Erick Sanchez, 43, New York, N.Y.

Eric Sand, 36, Westchester, N.Y.

Stacey Leigh Sanders, 25, New York, N.Y.

Herman Sandler, 57, New York, N.Y.

James Sands, 39, Bricktown, N.J.

Ayleen J. Santiago, 40, New York, N.Y.

Kirsten Santiago, 26, New York, N.Y.

Maria Theresa Santillan, 27, Morris Plains, N.J.

Susan G. Santo, 24, New York, N.Y.

Christopher Santora, 23, New York, N.Y.

John Santore, 49, New York, N.Y.

Mario L. Santoro, 28, New York, N.Y.

Rafael Humberto Santos, 42, New York, N.Y.

Rufino Conrado F. (Roy) Santos, 37, New York, N.Y.

Kalyan K. Sarkar, 53, Westwood, N.J.

Chapelle Sarker, 37, New York, N.Y.

Paul F. Sarle, 38, Babylon, N.Y.

Deepika Kumar Sattaluri, 33, Edison, N.J.

Gregory Thomas Saucedo, 31, New York, N.Y.

Susan Sauer, 48, Chicago, Ill.

Anthony Savas, 72, New York, N.Y.

Vladimir Savinkin, 21, New York, N.Y.

John Sbarbaro, 45, New York, N.Y.

Robert L. Scandole, 36, Pelham Manor, N.Y.

Michelle Scarpitta, 26, New York, N.Y.

Dennis Scauso, 46, Dix Hills, N.Y.

John A. Schardt, 34, New York, N.Y.

John G. Scharf, 29, Manorville, N.Y.

Fred Claude Scheffold, 57, Piermont, N.Y.

Angela Susan Scheinberg, 46, New York, N.Y.

Scott M. Schertzer, 28, Edison, N.J.

Sean Schielke, 27, New York, N.Y.

Steven Francis Schlag, 41, Franklin Lakes, N.J.

Jon S. Schlissel, 51, Jersey City, N.J.

Karen Helene Schmidt, 42, Bellmore, N.Y.

Ian Schneider, 45, Short Hills, N.J.

Thomas G. Schoales, 27, Stony Point, N.Y.

Marisa Di Nardo Schorpp, 38, White Plains, N.Y.

Frank G. Schott, 39, Massapequa Park, N.Y.

Gerard P. Schrang, 45, Holbrook, N.Y.

Jeffrey Schreier, 48, New York, N.Y.

John T. Schroeder, 31, Hoboken, N.J.

Susan Lee Kennedy Schuler, 55, Allentown, N.J.

Edward W. Schunk, 54, Baldwin, N.Y.

Mark E. Schurmeier, 44, McLean, Va.

Clarin Shellie Schwartz, 51, New York, N.Y.

John Schwartz, 49, Goshen, Conn.

Mark Schwartz, 50, West Hempstead, N.Y.

Adriane Victoria Scibetta, 31, New York, N.Y.

Raphael Scorca, 61, Beachwood, N.J.

Randolph Scott, 48, Stamford, Conn.

Christopher J. Scudder, 34, Monsey, N.Y.

Arthur Warren Scullin, 57, New York, N.Y.

Michael Seaman, 41, Manhasset, N.Y.

Margaret Seeliger, 34, New York, N.Y.

Carlos Segarra, 54, New York, N.Y.

Anthony Segarra, 52, New York, N.Y.

Jason Sekzer, 31, New York, N.Y.

Matthew Carmen Sellitto, 23, Morristown, N.J.

Howard Selwyn, 47, Hewlett, N.Y.

Larry John Senko, 34, Yardley, Pa.

Arturo Angelo Sereno, 29, New York, N.Y.

Frankie Serrano, 23, Elizabeth, N.J.

Alena Sesinova, 57, New York, N.Y.

Adele Sessa, 36, New York, N.Y.

Sita Nermalla Sewnarine, 37, New York, N.Y.

Karen Lynn Seymour-Dietrich, 40, Millington, N.J.

Davis (Deeg) Sezna, 22, New York, N.Y.

Thomas Joseph Sgroi, 45, New York, N.Y.

Jayesh Shah, 38, Edgewater, N.J.

Khalid M. Shahid, 25, Union, N.J.

Mohammed Shajahan, 41, Spring Valley, N.Y.

Gary Shamay, 23, New York, N.Y.

Earl Richard Shanahan, 50, New York, N.Y.

Shiv Shankar, New York, N.Y.

Neil G. Shastri, 25, New York, N.Y.

Kathryn Anne Shatzoff, 37, New York, N.Y.

Barbara A. Shaw, 57, Morris Township, N.J.

Jeffrey J. Shaw, 42, Levittown, N.Y.

Robert J. Shay, 27, New York, N.Y.

Daniel James Shea, 37, Pelham Manor, N.Y.

Joseph Patrick Shea, 47, Pelham, N.Y.

Linda Sheehan, 40, New York, N.Y.

Hagay Shefi, 34, Tenafly, N.J.

John Anthony Sherry, 34, Rockville Centre, N.Y.

Atsushi Shiratori, 36, New York, N.Y.

Thomas Shubert, 43, New York, N.Y.

Mark Shulman, 47, Old Bridge, N.J.

See-Wong Shum, 44, Westfield, N.J.

Allan Shwartzstein, 37, Chappaqua, N.Y.

Johanna Sigmund, 25, Wyndmoor, Pa.

Dianne T. Signer, 32, New York, N.Y.

Gregory Sikorsky, 34, Spring Valley, N.Y.

Stephen Gerard Siller, 34, West Brighton, N.Y.

David Silver, 35, New Rochelle, N.Y.

Craig A. Silverstein, 41, Wyckoff, N.J.

Nasima H. Simjee, 38, New York, N.Y.

Bruce Edward Simmons, 41, Ridgewood, N.J.

Arthur Simon, 57, Thiells, N.Y.

Kenneth Alan Simon, 34, Secaucus, N.J.

Michael John Simon, 40, Harrington Park, N.J.

Paul Joseph Simon, 54, New York, N.Y.

Marianne Simone, 62, New York, N.Y.

Barry Simowitz, 64, New York, N.Y.

Jeff Simpson, 38, Lake Ridge, Va.

Roshan R. (Sean) Singh, 21, New York, N.Y.

Khamladai K. (Khami) Singh, 25, New York, N.Y.

Thomas E. Sinton, 44, Croton-on-hudson, N.Y.

Peter A. Siracuse, 29, New York, N.Y.

Muriel F. Siskopoulos, 60, New York, N.Y.

Joseph M. Sisolak, 35, New York, N.Y.

John P. Skala, 31, Clifton, N.J.

Francis J. Skidmore, 58, Mendham, N.J.

Toyena Corliss Skinner, 27, Kingston, N.J.

Paul A. Skrzypek, 37, New York, N.Y.

Christopher Paul Slattery, 31, New York, N.Y.

Vincent R. Slavin, 41, Belle Harbor, N.Y.

Robert Sliwak, 42, Wantagh, N.Y.

Paul K. Sloan, 26, New York, N.Y.

Stanley S. Smagala, 36, Holbrook, N.Y.

Wendy L. Small, 26, New York, N.Y.

Catherine T. Smith, 44, West Haverstraw, N.Y.

Daniel Laurence Smith, 47, Northport, N.Y.

George Eric Smith, 38, West Chester, Pa.

James G. Smith, 43, Garden City, N.Y.

Joyce Smith, 55, New York, N.Y.

Karl Trumbull Smith, 44, Little Silver, N.J.

Kevin Smith, 47, Mastic, N.Y.

Leon Smith, 48, New York, N.Y.

Moira Smith, 38, New York, N.Y.

Rosemary A. Smith, 61, New York, N.Y.

Sandra Fajardo Smith, 37, New York, N.Y.

Jeffrey Randall Smith, 36, New York, N.Y.

Bonnie S. Smithwick, 54, Quogue, N.Y.

Rochelle Monique Snell, 24, Mount Vernon, N.Y.

Leonard J. Snyder, 35, Cranford, N.J.

Astrid Elizabeth Sohan, 32, Freehold, N.J.

Sushil Solanki, 35, New York, N.Y.

Ruben Solares, 51, New York, N.Y.

Naomi Leah Solomon, 52, New York, N.Y.

Daniel W. Song, 34, New York, N.Y.

Michael C. Sorresse, 34, Morris Plains, N.J.

Fabian Soto, 31, Harrison, N.J.

Timothy P. Soulas, 35, Basking Ridge, N.J.

Gregory T. Spagnoletti, 32, New York, N.Y.

Donald F. Spampinato, 39, Manhasset, N.Y.

Thomas Sparacio, 35, New York, N.Y.

John Anthony Spataro, 32, Mineola, N.Y.

Robert W. Spear, 30, Valley Cottage, N.Y.

Maynard S. Spence, 42, Douglasville, Ga.

George E. Spencer, 50, West Norwalk, Conn.

Robert Andrew Spencer, 35, Red Bank, N.J.

Mary Rubina Sperando, 39, New York, N.Y.

Frank J. Spinelli, 44, Short Hills, N.J.

William E. Spitz, 49, Oceanside, N.Y.

Joseph P. Spor, 35, Yorktown Heights, N.Y.

Klaus Johannes Sprockamp, 42, Muhltal, Germany

Saranya Srinuan, 23, New York, N.Y.

Michael F. Stabile, 50, New York, N.Y.

Lawrence T. Stack, 58, Lake Ronkonkoma, N.Y.

Capt. Timothy Stackpole, 42, New York, N.Y.

Richard James Stadelberger, 55, Middletown, N.J.

Eric A. Stahlman, 43, Holmdel Township, N.J.

Gregory M. Stajk, 46, Long Beach, N.Y.

Corina Stan, 31, Middle Village, N.Y.

Alexandru Liviu Stan, 34, New York, N.Y.

Mary D. Stanley, 53, New York, N.Y.

Joyce Stanton

Patricia Stanton

Anthony M. Starita, 35, Westfield, N.J.

Jeffrey Stark, 30, New York, N.Y.

Derek James Statkevicus, 30, Norwalk, Conn.

Craig William Staub, 30, Basking Ridge, N.J.

William V. Steckman, 56, West Hempstead, N.Y.

Eric Thomas Steen, 32, New York, N.Y.

William R. Steiner, 56, New Hope, Pa.

Alexander Robbins Steinman, 32, Hoboken, N.J.

Andrew Stergiopoulos, 23, New York, N.Y.

Andrew Stern, 41, Bellmore, N.Y.

Martha Jane Stevens, 55, New York, N.Y.

Richard H. Stewart, 35, New York, N.Y.

Michael James Stewart, 42, New York, N.Y.

Sanford M. Stoller, 54, New York, N.Y.

Lonny J. Stone, 43, Bellmore, N.Y.

Jimmy Nevill Storey, 58, Katy, Texas

Timothy Stout, 42, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.

Thomas S. Strada, 41, Chatham, N.J.

James J. Straine, 36, Oceanport, N.J.

Edward W. Straub, 48, Morris Township, N.J.

George Strauch, 53, Avon-by-the-Sea, N.J.

Edward T. Strauss, 44, Edison, N.J.

Steven R. Strauss, 51, Fresh Meadows, N.Y.

Steven F. Strobert, 33, Ridgewood, N.J.

Walwyn W. Stuart, 28, Valley Stream, N.Y.

Benjamin Suarez, 36, New York, N.Y.

David S. Suarez, 24, Princeton, N.J.

Ramon Suarez, 45, New York, N.Y.

Yoichi Sugiyama, 34, Fort Lee, N.J.

William Christopher Sugra, 30, New York, N.Y.

Daniel Suhr, 37, Nesconset, N.Y.

David Marc Sullins, 30, New York, N.Y.

Lt. Christopher P. Sullivan, 38, Massapequa, N.Y.

Patrick Sullivan, 32, New York, N.Y.

Thomas Sullivan, 38, Kearney, N.J.

Hilario Soriano (Larry) Sumaya, 42, New York, N.Y.

James Joseph Suozzo, 47, Hauppauge, N.Y.

Colleen Supinski, 27, New York, N.Y.

Robert Sutcliffe, 39, Huntington, N.Y.

Selina Sutter, 63, New York, N.Y.

Claudia Suzette Sutton, 34, New York, N.Y.

John F. Swaine, 36, Larchmont, N.Y.

Kristine M. Swearson, 34, New York, N.Y.

Brian Edward Sweeney, 29, Merrick, N.Y.

Kenneth J. Swensen, 40, Chatham, N.J.

Thomas F. Swift, 30, Jersey City, N.J.

Derek O. Sword, 29, New York, N.Y.

Kevin T. Szocik, 27, Garden City, N.Y.

Gina Sztejnberg, 52, Ridgewood, N.J.

Norbert P. Szurkowski, 31, New York, N.Y.

Harry Taback, 56, New York, N.Y.

Joann Tabeek, 41, New York, N.Y.

Norma C. Taddei, 64, New York, N.Y.

Michael Taddonio, 39, Huntington, N.Y.

Keiji Takahashi, 42, Tenafly, N.J.

Keiichiro Takahashi, 53, Port Washington, N.Y.

Phyllis Gail Talbot, 53, New York, N.Y.

Robert R. Talhami, 40, Shrewsbury, N.J.

Sean Patrick Tallon, 26, Yonkers, N.Y.

Paul Talty, 40, Wantagh, N.Y.

Maurita Tam, 22, New York, N.Y.

Rachel Tamares, 30, New York, N.Y.

Hector Tamayo, 51, New York, N.Y.

Michael Andrew Tamuccio, 37, Pelham Manor, N.Y.

Kenichiro Tanaka, 52, Rye Brook, N.Y.

Rhondelle Cherie Tankard, 31, Devonshire, Bermuda

Michael Anthony Tanner, 44, Secaucus, N.J.

Dennis Gerard Taormina, 36, Montville, N.J.

Kenneth Joseph Tarantino, 39, Bayonne, N.J.

Allan Tarasiewicz, 45, New York, N.Y.

Ronald Tartaro, 39, Bridgewater, N.J.

Darryl Taylor, 52, New York, N.Y.

Donnie Brooks Taylor, 40, New York, N.Y.

Lorisa Ceylon Taylor, 31, New York, N.Y.

Michael M. Taylor, 42, New York, N.Y.

Paul A. Tegtmeier, 41, Hyde Park, N.Y.

Yeshavant Moreshwar Tembe, 59, Piscataway, N.J.

Anthony Tempesta, 38, Elizabeth, N.J.

Dorothy Temple, 52, New York, N.Y.

Stanley L. Temple, 77, New York, N.Y.

David Tengelin, 25, New York, N.Y.

Brian J. Terrenzi, 29, Hicksville, N.Y.

Lisa Marie Terry, 42, Rochester, Mich.

Goumatie T. Thackurdeen, 35, New York, N.Y.

Harshad Sham Thatte, 30, Norcross, Ga.

Thomas F. Theurkauf, 44, Stamford, Conn.

Lesley Anne Thomas, 40, Hoboken, N.J.

Brian T. Thompson, 49, Dix Hills, N.Y.

Clive Thompson, 43, Summit, N.J.

Glenn Thompson, 44, New York, N.Y.

Perry Anthony Thompson, 36, Mount Laurel, N.J.

Vanavah Alexi Thompson, 26, New York, N.Y.

Capt. William Harry Thompson, 51, New York, N.Y.

Nigel Bruce Thompson, 33, New York, N.Y.

Eric Raymond Thorpe, 35, New York, N.Y.

Nichola A. Thorpe, 22, New York, N.Y.

Sal Tieri, 40, Shrewsbury, N.J.

John Patrick Tierney, 27, New York, N.Y.

Mary Ellen Tiesi, 38, Jersey City, N.J.

William R. Tieste, 54, Basking Ridge, N.J.

Kenneth F. Tietjen, 31, Matawan, N.J.

Stephen Edward Tighe, 41, Rockville Centre, N.Y.

Scott C. Timmes, 28, Ridgewood, N.Y.

Michael E. Tinley, 56, Dallas, Texas

Jennifer M. Tino, 29, Livingston, N.J.

Robert Frank Tipaldi, 25, New York, N.Y.

John J. Tipping, 33, Port Jefferson, N.Y.

David Tirado, 26, New York, N.Y.

Hector Luis Tirado, 30, New York, N.Y.

Michelle Titolo, 34, Copiague, N.Y.

John J. Tobin, 47, Kenilworth, N.J.

Richard J. Todisco, 61, Wyckoff, N.J.

Vladimir Tomasevic, 36, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada

Stephen K. Tompsett, 39, Garden City, N.Y.

Thomas Tong, 31, New York, N.Y.

Azucena de la Torre, 50, New York, N.Y.

Doris Torres, 32, New York, N.Y.

Luis Eduardo Torres, 31, New York, N.Y.

Amy E. Toyen, 24, Newton, Mass.

Christopher M. Traina, 25, Bricktown, N.J.

Daniel Patrick Trant, 40, Northport, N.Y.

Abdoul Karim Traore, 41, New York, N.Y.

Glenn J. Travers, 53, Tenafly, N.J.

Walter (Wally) P. Travers, 44, Upper Saddle River, N.J.

Felicia Traylor-Bass, 38, New York, N.Y.

Lisa L. Trerotola, 38, Hazlet, N.J.

Karamo Trerra, 40, New York, N.Y.

Michael Trinidad, 33, New York, N.Y.

Francis Joseph Trombino, 68, Clifton, N.J.

Gregory J. Trost, 26, New York, N.Y.

William Tselepis, 33, New Providence, N.J.

Zhanetta Tsoy, 32, Jersey City, N.J.

Michael Patrick Tucker, 40, Rumson, N.J.

Lance Richard Tumulty, 32, Bridgewater, N.J.

Ching Ping Tung, 44, New York, N.Y.

Simon James Turner, 39, London, England

Donald Joseph Tuzio, 51, Goshen, N.Y.

Robert T. Twomey, 48, New York, N.Y.

Jennifer Tzemis, 26, New York, N.Y.

John G. Ueltzhoeffer, 36, Roselle Park, N.J.

Tyler V. Ugolyn, 23, New York, N.Y.

Michael A. Uliano, 42, Aberdeen, N.J.

Jonathan J. Uman, 33, Westport, Conn.

Anil Shivhari Umarkar, 34, Hackensack, N.J.

Allen V. Upton, 44, New York, N.Y.

Diane Maria Urban, 50, Malverne, N.Y.

John Damien Vaccacio, 30, New York, N.Y.

Bradley H. Vadas, 37, Westport, Conn.

William Valcarcel, 54, New York, N.Y.

Mayra Valdes-Rodriguez, 39, New York, N.Y.

Felix Antonio Vale, 29, New York, N.Y.

Ivan Vale, 27, New York, N.Y.

Santos Valentin, 39, New York, N.Y.

Benito Valentin, 33, New York, N.Y.

Manuel Del Valle, 32, New York, N.Y.

Carlton Francis Valvo, 38, New York, N.Y.

Edward Raymond Vanacore, 29, Jersey City, N.J.

Jon C. Vandevander, 44, Ridgewood, N.J.

Frederick T. Varacchi, 35, Greenwich, Conn.

Gopalakrishnan Varadhan, 32, New York, N.Y.

David Vargas, 46, New York, N.Y.

Scott C. Vasel, 32, Park Ridge, N.J.

Santos Vasquez, 55, New York, N.Y.

Azael Ismael Vasquez, 21, New York, N.Y.

Arcangel Vazquez, 47, New York, N.Y.

Peter Anthony Vega, 36, New York, N.Y.

Sankara S. Velamuri, 63, Avenel, N.J.

Jorge Velazquez, 47, Passaic, N.J.

Lawrence Veling, 44, New York, N.Y.

Anthony M. Ventura, 41, Middletown, N.J.

David Vera, 41, New York, N.Y.

Loretta A, Vero, 51, Nanuet, N.Y.

Christopher Vialonga, 30, Demarest, N.J.

Matthew Gilbert Vianna, 23, Manhasset, N.Y.

Robert A. Vicario, 40, Weehawken, N.J.

Celeste Torres Victoria, 41, New York, N.Y.

Joanna Vidal, 26, Yonkers, N.Y.

John T. Vigiano, 36, West Islip, N.Y.

Joseph Vincent Vigiano, 34, Medford, N.Y.

Frank J. Vignola, 44, Merrick, N.Y.

Joseph B. Vilardo, 44, Stanhope, N.J.

Sergio Villanueva, 33, New York, N.Y.

Chantal Vincelli, 38, New York, N.Y.

Melissa Vincent, 28, Hoboken, N.J.

Francine A. Virgilio, 48, New York, N.Y.

Lawrence Virgilio, 38

Joseph G. Visciano, 22, New York, N.Y.

Joshua S. Vitale, 28, Great Neck, N.Y.

Maria Percoco Vola, 37, New York, N.Y.

Lynette D. Vosges, 48, New York, N.Y.

Garo H. Voskerijian, 43, Valley Stream, N.Y.

Alfred Vukosa, 37, New York, N.Y.

Gregory Wachtler, 25, Ramsey, N.J.

Gabriela Waisman, 33, New York, N.Y.

Wendy Alice Rosario Wakeford, 40, Freehold, N.J.

Courtney Wainsworth Walcott, 37, New York, N.Y.

Victor Wald, 49, New York, N.Y.

Benjamin Walker, 41, Suffern, N.Y.

Glen J. Wall, 38, Rumson, N.J.

Mitchel Scott Wallace, 34, Mineola, N.Y.

Lt. Robert F. Wallace, 43, New York, N.Y.

Roy Michael Wallace, 42, Wyckoff, N.J.

Peter G. Wallace, 66, Lincoln Park, N.J.

Jean Marie Wallendorf, 23, New York, N.Y.

Matthew Blake Wallens, 31, New York, N.Y.

John Wallice, 43, Huntington, N.Y.

Barbara P. Walsh, 59, New York, N.Y.

James Walsh, 37, Scotch Plains, N.J.

Jeffrey Patrick Walz, 37, Tuckahoe, N.Y.

Ching H. Wang, 59, New York, N.Y.

Weibin Wang, 41, Orangeburg, N.Y.

Lt. Michael Warchola, 51, Middle Village, N.Y.

Stephen Gordon Ward, 33, Gorham, Maine

James A. Waring, 49, New York, N.Y.

Brian G. Warner, 32, Morganville, N.J.

Derrick Washington, 33, Calverton, N.Y.

Charles Waters, 44, New York, N.Y.

James Thomas (Muddy) Waters, 39, New York, N.Y.

Capt. Patrick J. Waters, 44, New York, N.Y.

Kenneth Watson, 39, Smithtown, N.Y.

Michael H. Waye, 38, Morganville, N.J.

Walter E. Weaver, 30, Centereach, N.Y.

Todd C. Weaver, 30, New York, N.Y.

Nathaniel Webb, 56, Jersey City, N.J.

Dinah Webster, 50, Port Washington, N.Y.

Joanne Flora Weil, 39, New York, N.Y.

Michael Weinberg, 34, New York, N.Y.

Steven Weinberg, 41, New City, N.Y.

Scott Jeffrey Weingard, 29, New York, N.Y.

Steven Weinstein, 50, New York, N.Y.

Simon Weiser, 65, New York, N.Y.

David T. Weiss, 50, New York, N.Y.

David M. Weiss, 41, Maybrook, N.Y.

Vincent Michael Wells, 22, Redbridge, England

Timothy Matthew Welty, 34, Yonkers, N.Y.

Christian Hans Rudolf Wemmers, 43, San Francisco, Calif.

Ssu-Hui (Vanessa) Wen, 23, New York, N.Y.

Oleh D. Wengerchuk, 56, Centerport, N.Y.

Peter M. West, 54, Pottersville, N.J.

Whitfield West, 41, New York, N.Y.

Meredith Lynn Whalen, 23, Hoboken, N.J.

Eugene Whelan, 31, Rockaway Beach, N.Y.

John S. White, 48, New York, N.Y.

Edward James White, 30, New York, N.Y.

James Patrick White, 34, Hoboken, N.J.

Kenneth W. White, 50, New York, N.Y.

Leonard Anthony White, 57, New York, N.Y.

Malissa White, 37, New York, N.Y.

Wayne White, 38, New York, N.Y.

Adam S. White, 26, New York, N.Y.

Leanne Marie Whiteside, 31, New York, N.Y.

Mark Whitford, 31, Salisbury Mills, N.Y.

Michael T. Wholey, 34, Westwood, N.J.

Mary Lenz Wieman, 43, Rockville Centre, N.Y.

Jeffrey David Wiener, 33, New York, N.Y.

William J. Wik, 44, Crestwood, N.Y.

Alison Marie Wildman, 30, New York, N.Y.

Lt. Glenn Wilkinson, 46, Bayport, N.Y.

John C. Willett, 29, Jersey City, N.J.

Brian Patrick Williams, 29, New York, N.Y.

Crossley Williams, 28, Uniondale, N.Y.

David Williams, 34, New York, N.Y.

Deborah Lynn Williams, 35, Hoboken, N.J.

Kevin Michael Williams, 24, New York, N.Y.

Louis Calvin Williams, 53, Mandeville, La.

Louie Anthony Williams, 44, New York, N.Y.

Lt. John Williamson, 46, Warwick, N.Y.

Donna Wilson, 48, Williston Park, N.Y.

William E. Wilson, 58, New York, N.Y.

Cynthia Wilson, 52, New York, N.Y.

David H. Winton, 29, New York, N.Y.

Glenn J. Winuk, 40, New York, N.Y.

Thomas Francis Wise, 43, New York, N.Y.

Alan L. Wisniewski, 47, Howell, N.J.

Frank T. Wisniewski, 54, Basking Ridge, N.J.

David Wiswall, 54, North Massapequa, N.Y.

Sigrid Charlotte Wiswe, 41, New York, N.Y.

Michael R. Wittenstein, 34, Hoboken, N.J.

Christopher W. Wodenshek, 35, Ridgewood, N.J.

Martin P. Wohlforth, 47, Greenwich, Conn.

Katherine S. Wolf, 40, New York, N.Y.

Jenny Seu Kueng Low Wong, 25, New York, N.Y.

Jennifer Y. Wong, 26, New York, N.Y.

Siu Cheung Wong, 34, Jersey City, N.J.

Yin Ping (Steven) Wong, 34, New York, N.Y.

Yuk Ping Wong, 47, New York, N.Y.

Brent James Woodall, 31, Oradell, N.J.

James J. Woods, 26, New York, N.Y.

Patrick Woods, 36, New York, N.Y.

Richard Herron Woodwell, 44, Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J.

Capt. David Terence Wooley, 54, Nanuet, N.Y.

John Bentley Works, 36, Darien, Conn.

Martin Michael Wortley, 29, Park Ridge, N.J.

Rodney James Wotton, 36, Middletown, N.J.

William Wren, 61, Lynbrook, N.Y.

John Wright, 33, Rockville Centre, N.Y.

Neil R. Wright, 30, Asbury, N.J.

Sandra Wright, 57, Langhorne, Pa.

Jupiter Yambem, 41, Beacon, N.Y.

Suresh Yanamadala, 33, Plainsboro, N.J.

Matthew David Yarnell, 26, Jersey City, N.J.

Myrna Yaskulka, 59, New York, N.Y.

Shakila Yasmin, 26, New York, N.Y.

Olabisi L. Yee, 38, New York, N.Y.

Edward P. York, 45, Wilton, Conn.

Kevin Patrick York, 41, Princeton, N.J.

Raymond York, 45, Valley Stream, N.Y.

Suzanne Youmans, 60, New York, N.Y.

Jacqueline (Jakki) Young, 37, New York, N.Y.

Barrington L. Young, 35, New York, N.Y.

Elkin Yuen, 32, New York, N.Y.

Joseph Zaccoli, 39, Valley Stream, N.Y.

Adel Agayby Zakhary, 50, North Arlington, N.J.

Arkady Zaltsman, 45, New York, N.Y.

Edwin J. Zambrana, 24, New York, N.Y.

Robert Alan Zampieri, 30, Saddle River, N.J.

Mark Zangrilli, 36, Pompton Plains, N.J.

Ira Zaslow, 55, North Woodmere, N.Y.

Kenneth Albert Zelman, 37, Succasunna, N.J.

Abraham J. Zelmanowitz, 55, New York, N.Y.

Martin Morales Zempoaltecatl, 22, New York, N.Y.

Zhe (Zack) Zeng, 28, New York, N.Y.

Marc Scott Zeplin, 33, Harrison, N.Y.

Jie Yao Justin Zhao, 27, New York, N.Y.

Ivelin Ziminski, 40, Tarrytown, N.Y.

Michael Joseph Zinzi, 37, Newfoundland, N.J.

Charles A. Zion, 54, Greenwich, Conn.

Julie Lynne Zipper, 44, Paramus, N.J.

Salvatore J. Zisa, 45, Hawthorne, N.J.

Prokopios Paul Zois, 46, Lynbrook, N.Y.

Joseph J. Zuccala, 54, Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y.

Andrew Steven Zucker, 27, New York, N.Y.

Igor Zukelman, 29, New York, N.Y.

The Pentagon (Arlington Co., Virginia)

Lt. Col. Canfield Boone, 54, Clifton, VA

Sgt. First Class Jose Calderon, 44, Puerto Rico

Lt. Col. Jerry Dickerson, 41, Durant, MS

Maj. Wallace Cole Hogan Jr., 40, FL

Lt. Col. Stephen Neil Hyland Jr., 45, Burke, VA

Sgt. Maj. Lacey Ivory, 43, Woodbridge, VA

Lt. Col. Dennis Johnson, 48, Port Edwards, WI

Maj. Steve Long, 39, GA

Lt. Col. Dean Mattson, 57, CA

Lt. Gen. Timothy Maude, 53, Fort Meyer, VA

Maj. Ron Milam, 33, Washington, D.C.

Spc. Chin Sun Pak, 25, Lawton, OK

Capt. Clifford Patterson, 33, Alexandria, VA

William Ruth, 57, Mount Airy, MD

Lt. Col. Dave Scales, 44, Cleveland, OH

Sgt. Maj. Larry Strickland, 52, Washington, D.C.

Maj. Leonard Kip Taylor, 44, Reston, VA

Sgt. Tamara Thurmond, 25, Brewton, AL

Lt. Col. Karen Wagner, 40, Houston, TX

Staff Sgt. Maudlyn White, 38, St. Croix, Virgin Islands

Maj. Dwayne Williams, 40, Jacksonville, AL

Kris Romeo Bishundat, 23, Waldorf, MD

Christopher Lee Burford, 23, Hubert, N.C.

Daniel Martin Caballero, 21, Houston, TX

Lt. Eric Allen Cranford, 32, Drexel, N.C.

Captain Gerald Francis Deconto, 44, Sandwich, MA

Johnnie Doctor Jr., 32, Jacksonville, FL

Commander Robert Edward Dolan, 43, Florham Park, N. J.

Commander William Howard Donovan Jr., 37, Nunda, N.Y.

Commander Patrick Dunn, 39, Fords, N. J.

Edward Thomas Earhart, 26, Salt Lick, KY

Lt. Commander Robert Randolph Elseth, 37, N.Y.

Jamie Lynn Fallon, 23, Woodbridge, VA

Matthew Michael Flocco, 21, Newark, DE

Captain Lawrence Daniel Getzfred, 57, Elgin, NE

Ronald John Hemenway, 37, Shawnee, KS

Lt. Michael Scott Lamana, 31, Baton Rouge, LA

Nehamon Lyons IV, 30, Mobile, AL

Brian Anthony Moss, 34, Sperry, OK

Lt. Commander Patrick Jude Murphy, 38,  IL

Michael Allen Noeth, 30, Jackson Heights, N.Y.

Lt. Jonas Martin Panik, 26, Mingoville, PA

Lt. J.G. Darin Howard Pontell, 26, Columbia, MD

Joseph John Pycior Jr., 39, Carlstadt, N. J.

Marsha Dianah Ratchford, 34, Prichard, AL

Commander Robert Allan Schlegel, 38, Gray, ME

Commander Dan Frederic Shanower, 40,  IL

Gregg Harold Smallwood, 44, Overland Park, KS

Lt. Commander Otis Vincent Tolbert, 38, CA

Lt. Commander Ronald James Vauk, 37, ID

Lt. Commander David Lucian Williams, 32, OR

Kevin Wayne Yokum, 27, Lake Charles, LA

Donald McArthur Young, 41, Roanoke, VA

Angela Houtz, 27, La Plata, MD

Brady Howell, 26, Arlington, VA

Judith Jones, 53, Woodbridge, VA

James Lynch, 55, Manassas, VA

Retired Capt. Jack Punches, 51, Clifton, VA

Julian Cooper, 39, Springdale, MD

Jerry Moran, 39, Upper Marlboro, MD

Khang Nguyen, 41, Fairfax, VA

Marvin Woods, 58, Great Mills, MD

Donna Bowen, 42, Verizon Communications

Allen Boyle, 30, Fredericksburg, VA

Rosa Maria Rosemary Chapa, 55, Springfield, VA

Gerald Fisher, 57, Booz-Allen Inc.

Sandra N. Foster, 41, Clinton, MD

Herbert Homer, Milford, MA

Robert J. Hymel, 55, Woodbridge, VA

Terrance Lynch, 55, Booz-Allen Inc.

Shelley A. Marshall, 37, Marbury, MD

Patricia E. (Patti) Mickley, 41, Springfield, VA

Scott Powell, 35, BTG Inc.

Charles E. Sabin, 54, Burke, VA

Karl W. Teepe, 57, Centreville, VA

Ernest Willcher, 62, Booz-Allen Inc.

Edmond Young, 22, BTG Inc.

Samantha Allen, Hillside, MD

Craig Amundson, 28, KS

Melissa Rose Barnes, 27, Redlands, CA

Retired Master Sgt. Max Beilke, 69, Laurel, MD

Carrie Blagburn, 48, Temple Hills, MD

Angelene Carter, 51, Forestville, MD

Sharon Carver, 38, MD

John Chada, 55, Manassas, VA

Ada Davis, 57, Camp Springs, MD

Amelia Fields, 36, Dumfries, VA

Cortz Ghee, 54, Reisterstown, MD

Brenda Gibson, 59, Falls Church, VA

Ron Golinski, 60. Columbia, MD

Carolyn Halmon, 48, Washington, D.C.

Sheila Hein, 51, University Park, MD

Jimmie Holley, 54, Lanham, MD

Peggie Hurt, 51, Crewe, VA

Brenda Kegler, 49, Washington, D.C.

David Laychak, 40, Manassas, VA

Teresa Martin, 45, Stafford, VA

Ada Mason, 50, Springfield, VA

Robert Maxwell, 53, Manassas, VA

Molly McKenzie, 38, Dale City, VA

Diane Hale McKinzy, Alexandria, VA

Odessa Morris, 54, Upper Marlboro, MD

Ted Moy, 48, Silver Spring, MD

Diana Padro, Woodbridge, VA

Debbie Ramsaur, 45, Annandale, VA

Rhonda Rasmussen,  44, Woodbridge, VA

Martha Reszke, 56, Stafford, VA

Cecelia Richard, 41, Fort Washington, MD

Edward Rowenhorst, 32, Fredricksburg, VA

Judy Rowlett, 44, Woodbridge, VA

Robert Russell, 52, Oxen Hill, MD

Marjorie Salamone, 53, Springfield, VA

Janice Scott, 46, Springfield, VA

Michael Selves, 53, Fairfax, VA

Marion Serva, 37, Stafford, VA

Don Simmons, Dumfries, VA

Cheryle Sincock, 53, Dale City, VA

Retired Lt. Col. Gary Smith, 55, Alexandria, VA

Pat Statz, 41, Tacoma Park, MD

Edna Stephens, 53, Washington, D.C.

Sandra Taylor, A51, lexandria, VA

Willie Troy, 51, Aberdeen, MD

Meta Waller, 60, Alexandria, VA

Sandra White, 44, Dumfries, VA

Lisa Young, 36, Germantown, MD

Flight 93 (Shanksville, Pennsylvania)


Jason Dahl, 43, Littleton, CO

LeRoy Homer, Jr., 36, Marlton, N. J.

Lorraine Bay, 58, East Windsor, N. J.

Sandra Bradshaw, 38, Greensboro, NC

Cee Cee Lyles, 33, Fort Pierce, FL

Wanda Green, 49, Oakland, CA

Deborah Anne Jacobs Welsh, 49, New York, N.Y.


Christian Adams, 37, Biebelsheim, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany

Todd Beamer, 32, Cranbury, N. J.

Alan Beaven, 48, Oakland, CA

Mark Bingham, 31, San Francisco, CA

Deora Bodley, 20, San Diego, CA

Marion Britton, 53, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Thomas E. Burnett Jr., Bloomington, MN

Willam Cashman, 50, West New York, N. J.

Georgine Rose Corrigan, 55, Honolulu, HI

Patricia Cushing, 69, Bayonne, N. J.

Joseph DeLuca, 52, Succasunna, N. J.

Patrick “Joe” Driscoll, 70, Manalapan, N. J.

Edward Porter Felt, 41, Matawan, N. J.

Jane Folger, 73, Bayonne, N. J.

Colleen L. Fraser, 51, Elizabeth, N. J.

Andrew Garcia, 62, Portola Valley, CA

Jeremy Glick, 31, Hewitt, N. J.

Lauren Grandcolas, 38, San Rafael, CA

Donald F. Greene, 52, Greenwich, CT

Linda Gronlund, 46, Greenwood Lake, N.Y.

Richard Guadagno, 38, Eureka, CA/Trenton, N. J.

Toshiya Kuge, 20, Osaka, Japan

Hilda Marcin, 79, Mount Olive, N. J.

Waleska Martinez, 37, Jersey City, N. J.

Nicole Miller, 21, San Jose, CA

Louis J. Nacke II, 42, New Hope, PA

Donald Peterson, 66, Spring Lake, N. J.

Jean Peterson, 55, Spring Lake, N. J.

Mark “Mickey” Rothenberg, 52, Scotch Plains, N. J.

Christine Snyder, 32, Kailua, HI

John Talignani, 74, Staten Island, N.Y.

Honor Elizabeth Wainio, 27, Baltimore, MD

Kristin Gould White, 65, Somerset County, PA


Join Our OC Education Forum on COVID -19 Safety and Our Schools! Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 5 PM!

Join me on Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 5 PM for an Orange County Education Forum on COVID-19 Safety and Our Schools.

For many of us, there is no bigger question right now than whether our children will be attending in-person classes this fall.

President Trump seems desperate to have schools re-open regardless of the danger to students, teachers, and staff, even threatening to cut federal aid to school districts that decide that the risk of COVID-19 infection is too great to return to in-person classes.

Yet the federal government has provided no real guidance for determining when it is safe to re-open schools, or the proper procedures for school to follow to limit the spread of COVID-19 if they do re-open.

In the absence of federal leadership, these decisions and procedures have been left to governors and, crucially, local school districts. As USA Today put it, “Abandoned by any semblance of national leadership during a raging pandemic, students, teachers and staff are being told to jump into the deep end and return to school buildings.”

Here in Orange County, our Board of Education made national headlines when it voted 4-1 (with the sole Democrat dissenting) to re-open this fall, without requiring the use of face masks or social distancing.

For many, there was tremendous relief when California Governor Gavin Newsom stepped in to mandate that any schools in counties on the state COVID-19 watch list, which includes Orange County, could not have students in classrooms. The Republicans on the OC Board of Education then responded by suing the Governor over his decision to prevent schools from opening in-person.

We will be discussing this lawsuit, as well as the larger questions when and how to re-open our classrooms, with three leading members of Orange County school boards currently dealing with the COVID-19 crisis: 

Kerie Kropke of the Brea Olinda School Board. Kerie earned a B.A. in political economy from U.C. Berkeley, an M.A. from Cal State Fullerton in History, a post baccalaureate from Chapman University in Communication Disorders, and a M.A. from Cal State Fullerton in Communication Sciences.  She is an elementary public educator with a California Clear Multiple Subject Teaching Credential and has recently become a speech language pathologist specializing in language, early intervention and autism spectrum disorder.

Gina Clayton-Tarvin of the Ocean View School Board. Gina is a long-time educator, and was first elected to the OVSD Board of Trustees in 2012. She was recently voted President of the Board, after serving as Clerk, Vice President, and three terms as President of the Board. Gina holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in Anthropology and a California Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential, as well as a California Secondary Single Subject Credential in Biology. She holds an English Learner (EL) Authorization and Cross-cultural, Language, and Academic Development (CLAD) Certificate and is authorized to provide instruction to English learners. She has also worked for Special Education as a home school teacher. She successfully completed the California School Board Association Masters of Governance program and received her certification in 2014.

Kris Erickson of Orange Unified School Board. Kris is the founding attorney at the Law Office of Kristin A. Erickson. She has held board positions on PTA, put on fundraisers for student events, mentored at-risk kids, coached mock trial, and planned our annual staff appreciations to honor hard-working teachers. She also started a grassroots organization, CARE, with several other parents to bring long-needed improvements to our high school campuses. Kris attended Western State University School of Law.

Jamison Power of the Westminster School Board. Jamison was first elected to the Westminster School Board in 2012 and was re-elected in 2016.  He received his B.A. from UC Irvine and his J.D. from UCLA.  In his professional life, Jamison serves as in-house counsel for Hyundai Motor America.  He also provides free legal assistance to low income families, and has received multiple awards for his work.  He previously served as a member of the Vietnamese-American Education Advisory Council, and he worked closely with the Superintendent and the Board to ensure that WSD became the first district in California to implement a Vietnamese-English dual immersion program.

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Say Thank You From Orange County to Governor Newsom For His COVID-19 Leadership!

Dear Governor Newsom,

As residents of Orange County, California, we wish to thank you for your caring, steadfast, and science-based leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Specifically, we wish to counter the narrative that a majority of Orange County’s residents object to Governor Newsom’s orders mandating social distancing and face covering in order to stop the spread of this deadly virus.

We are appalled by the much-publicized and politically motivated opposition to the Governor’s COVID-19 orders by the Orange County Board of Supervisors, the Orange County Board of Education, and individual “anti-maskers” in Orange County.

They do not represent us.

On the contrary, we stand with the great majority of scientists, doctors, nurses, and other health care and public health professionals in calling for mask wearing and social distancing.

We want our economy and our schools to reopen, but we know that to do so safely we will need to increase testing and reduce the rate of infection.

We join with you, Governor Newsom, in saying that social distancing and wearing a face covering is critical for keeping people safe and healthy, keeping businesses open, and getting people back to work and school.

Again, thank you, Governor Newsom, for your leadership during this challenging time!

Melissa Fox

Sign on to this letter HERE.

Rally for Flying the Pride Flag in Irvine! Tues., June 23, 2020 Time: 3:30 pm at Irvine City Hall Plaza!

June is Pride Month, when the State of California, and nations and cities around the world, stand with the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community as they declare their pride in who they are and who they love.

Show your support for flying the Pride Flag in Irvine by joining Irvine City Councilmembers Melissa Fox and Farrah N. Khan at a Rally at City Hall before Tuesday’s Irvine City Council Meeting! 

What: Rally for Flying the Pride Flag in Irvine
Where: Irvine City Hall, 1 Civic Center Plaza
Date: Tues., June 23, 2020
Time: 3:30 p.m. 

Click here to see the Facebook event page for the Rally.

Remember face coverings and social distancing is legally required in Irvine! Let’s keep each other safe while we make the world a better place!

Please also show your support for flying the Pride Flag in Irvine by contacting Mayor Christina Shea and the Irvine City Council to let them know. We need only one more vote! Contact the Irvine City Council: https://www.cityofirvine.org/city-council/contact-council

Note: At the following meeting on July 14th, we will be urging the Irvine City to repeal and remove its unconstitutional and cruel anti-LGBTQ ordinance!

Help Celebrate the 100th Birthday of WW2 Army Air Force Veteran Captain Frank Wendzel!

Join the Irvine 2/11 Marine Adoption Committee in celebrating and brightening the 100th birthday of a distinguished Orange County veteran of World War Two and the Cold War.

Captain Frank Wendzel, a Lake Forest resident (and formerly an Irvine resident) who has been in quarantine in assisted living for over 90 days, will be celebrating his 100th birthday on Flag Day, June 14.

Born in Wyoming on June 14, 1920, Captain Wendzel flew B-17s with the United States Army Air Force in World War Two, participated in the nuclear weapon tests of Operation Crossroads, and then worked as an engineer on the Mercury, Atlas, Apollo, space missions.  He moved to Orange County in 1957.

Due to the pandemic, his big party was canceled and he has only had window visits for the last few months.

His mailing address is:
Captain Frank Wendzel
Freedom Village Health Care Center
23442 El Toro Road
Building 2
Room 111-B
Lake Forest, CA 92630

Please join us in thanking Frank for his military service and wishing him a Very Happy 100th Birthday!

Here is a video on the life of Captain Frank Wendzel, USAAF, ret.:

Watch Melissa Fox’s Town Hall with Dr. Ebony Jade Hilton — “Exposing Inequalities During COVID-19”

Black and brown communities in the United States are being hit much harder by the COVID-19 pandemic than white communities. 

On May 28, 2020, Irvine City Councilmember Melissa Fox held a virtual Town Hall Meeting with special guest Dr. Ebony Jade Hilton on “Exposing Inequalities During COVID-19.” Irvine City Council Member Melissa Fox and Dr. Hilton discuss why people of color have a much higher risk of being infected and dying from COVID-19, what the pandemic reveals about the underlying racial and economic disparities in our society, and what we can — and must — do about it.

Dr. Ebony Jade Hilton is Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Virginia Medical School, medical director of Goodstock Consulting, and a nationally recognized expert on how institutional racism has led to more severe impacts for communities of color from diseases such as COVID-19.

Dr. Ebony Jade Hilton received her M.D. from the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) in 2008. She remained at MUSC for completion of her Residency in Anesthesia, followed by a Fellowship in Critical Care Medicine. In 2013 Dr. Hilton made history as she was hired as the 1st African American Female anesthesiologist since the hospital’s opening in 1824.

Throughout her tenure at MUSC Dr. Hilton’s passions have centered on exploring the issue of health disparities, particularly as it pertains to race, and bridging the gap between physicians and the communities they serve. Her works have led to her integration in the medical school curriculum, serving as a clinical instructor for fourth year medical students in Intern 101 and has taken her across the globe as a participant in numerous medical mission trips via Project Madaktari at Bugando Medical Center in Mwanza, Tanzania.

Now as a practicing physician at the University of Virginia – Charlottesville, Dr. Hilton has continued advocating for underserved and marginalized populations.

Her efforts have been recognized by the National Medical Association as well as the National Minority Quality Forum as one of the top 40 under 40 Leaders in Health Care award recipients.

She is also the author of the children’s book “We’re Going to be O.K.,” a book about staying safe, healthy, and optimistic during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Watch the full Town Hall on “Exposing Inequalities During COVID-19” here:

Exposing Inequalities During COVID-19

Part One

Part Two

Irvine Creates Local Business Support Program From $5 Million in Federal CARES Act Funds to Help Small Businesses Impacted by COVID-19

(Irvine, CA) — At a special meeting on May 29, the Irvine City Council voted to establish a Local Business Support Program to provide financial support to small businesses impacted by COVID-19.

Irvine has received close to $5 million for COVID-19 related grants for the City’s small business community from the federal CARES Act, distributed to Irvine by the County of Orange.

“Thank you to our outstanding Orange County Congressional delegation — Katie Porter CA-45, Harley Rouda CA-48, Lou Correa CA-46, Mike Levin CD-49, Gil Cisneros CA-39, Alan Lowenthal CA-37, and Linda Sanchez CA-38 — for your hard work in bringing these crucial federal dollars back to Orange County.” Irvine City Councilmember Melissa Fox said.

“We are very happy to be able to use these federal funds to help our small businesses begin to recover from the economic shock of COVID-19.”

The program will allow Irvine-based small businesses that meet the following criteria to apply for one-time grants of $10,000.

To qualify, businesses must:

  • Have 25 or fewer employees
  • Have an active Irvine business license at the minimum of one year
  • Demonstrate a financial impact due to COVID-19, and
  • Have reopened or are ready to reopen, meeting guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control, the State and Orange County.

An estimated 500 businesses will be able to receive relief funds. Sixty percent ($3 million) of the $5 million City allocation will be directed to businesses that generate taxable retail sales. The other forty percent ($2 million) will be available to other small businesses with 25 or fewer employees.

Applications will be accepted for 30 days beginning next week, with grant funding awarded quickly on a first-come, first-served basis. Funds could be used to meet eligible businesses’ working capital needs such as payroll or operating expenses.

Businesses will be asked to provide a budget reflecting the proposed use of grant funds, and will be required to submit a post-expense report detailing how the funding was actually utilized.

“I’m glad we’ll be able to provide some basic recovery to our small businesses, which employ so many people who have been hit hard by the economic consequences of the quarantine, including many people who are self-employed” Councilmember Fox said. “I wish it could be more.”

“Now we need to get the U.S. Senate to pass and the President to sign the federal Heroes Act, already passed by the House of Representatives, which would give $2.7 billion in federal recovery funds to Orange County, so that our first responders, front-line health care workers, teachers, and working families will get the economic help they need and deserve.” Fox added.

More information and a grant application will be available at cityofirvine.org this week.

Roadmap to Recovery: Irvine Issues New Rules and Guidelines for Stage 2 Re-Opening!

As Orange County moves into the next part, Stage 2, of Gov. Newsom’s Resiliency Roadmap, the City of Irvine has prepared a guide for residents and visitors regarding what is now open in Irvine and what is required and recommended to maintain our safety during the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. 

 In Stage Two, the County of Orange will be allowed to have the following businesses re-open with adaptations:

🥙 In-person dining reservations.

🛍 Retail shopping with social distancing and curbside pickup.

🔗 Manufacturing.

🏢 Offices (when telework not possible).

🏯 Outdoor Museums.

▶️ Limited Services.

🚫 What is NOT allowed in Stage 2 🚫:

– Personal services such as nail salons, tattoo parlors, gyms and fitness studios.

– Indoor museums, kids museums and gallery spaces, zoos and libraries.

– Community centers, including public pools, playgrounds, and picnic areas.

– Limited-capacity religious services and cultural ceremonies.

– Nightclubs.

– Concert venues.

– Live audience sports.

– Festivals.

– Theme parks.

– Hotels/lodging for leisure and tourism – non-essential travel.

– Higher Education.

Please be mindful that the pandemic is not over.  COVID-19 is still among us.  It is still highly contagious and potentially deadly.

Face masks are still required by customers and employees in retail businesses and are strongly recommended for everyone whenever going out in public. Social distancing and hand washing remain our most important lines of defense against the spread of COVID-19.

As we re-enter the social world, we need to take care of ourselves and be careful not to harm others.

We are getting through this together.

For more information visit, cityofirvine.org/reopenirvine

For links to resources and information, please see my COVID-19 Resources and information page.


Honor Our Fallen Heroes on Memorial Day

Orange County has a long and proud military tradition.  From 1942 to 1999, Irvine was home to Marine Air Station El Toro, the largest Marine Corps Air Station on the West Coast. During World War II, the Korean Conflict, and the Vietnam War, thousands of United States Marines, as well as airmen, sailors and soldiers, departed for war from MCAS El Toro.  Many never returned.

As the daughter of a combat veteran, as the cousin of a Marine who was killed in action, and as an Irvine City Council Member, I am proud of Irvine’s commitment to honoring our veterans, especially those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.

For many, many years, my family and I have attended Irvine’s two beautiful Memorial Day ceremonies — a community-led candle-lighting ceremony at the Northwood Gratitude and Honor Memorial and the official City of Irvine Memorial Day Ceremony at Col. Bill Barber Marine Corps. Memorial Park next to the Civic Center.

Sadly, this year both ceremonies have been cancelled due to the need to limit non-essential gatherings to combat the spread of COVID-19 in our community.

This year, the official City of Irvine Memorial Day Ceremony will be presented online beginning May 25, 2020, for the community to view at their convenience.  The presentation will include words from our mayor, remarks from officers from the City’s adopted 2/11 Marine Battalion, and musical performances from past ceremonies.  For more information, call 949-724-6606.

The Northwood Gratitude and Honor Memorial, dedicated in 2010, located at 4531 Bryan Avenue, Irvine CA 92620, is the nation’s first and only memorial dedicated exclusively to listing the names of all the fallen American service members in Afghanistan and Iraq. The names of every service member who has died in Afghanistan and Iraq are engraved in granite in a permanent memorial, to ensure that generations of Americans will remember and honor them with gratitude as we do today. Regarding the Northwood Honor and Gratitude Memorial Ceremony, the following notice has been posted on their Facebook page:  

“To all our SoCal friends, it is with great sadness that we announce the City of Irvine, in keeping with the stay at home order, has CANCELED the Memorial Day Ceremony at the Northwood Gratitude and Honor Memorial.

The City will be generously donating a beautiful wreath of remembrance.  American flags will be placed around the perimeter of the memorial and candles for lighting for those who would like to visit during the Memorial Day weekend.

There will be staff at the community center if anyone needs help finding the name of a loved one or needs name rubbing materials.

We encourage everyone to please take a few minutes of your time to stop by and pay your respects during the holiday weekend.

To our beloved Gold Star families . . . please know that even though there is no ceremony we will never forget the sacrifices your heroes made for our freedom. Thankfully this beautiful memorial is a daily reminder that our community has not forgotten those who bravely put on our Nation’s cloth and gave the ultimate sacrifice.”

As in past years, I will thinking especially of my cousin, PFC Irwin Handler, USMC, who was killed at the Battle of Chosen Reservoir during the Korean War, and of the son of family friends, Lance Corporal Donald J. Hogan, USMC, Navy Cross, who was killed in Afghanistan.


I will also be remembering Irvine’s own fallen heroes:

Petty Officer Regan Young

Second Lieutenant Mark J. Daily

Lance Corporal Sean Horn

Chief Warrant Officer Steven Michael Larrabee

Major Michael David Martino

Specialist Justin W Pollard

Lance Corporal Michael S. Probst

Major Charles R. Soltes Jr.

Lieutenant Commander Keith E. Taylor

Although we are not able to gather together physically this Memorial Day, we will be gathered together in our hearts

As stated so beautifully and appropriately by the Veterans of Foreign Wars:

“Pausing to remember and honor America’s fallen service members is a practice dating back more than 100 years. Since the days of the Civil War, humble Americans have gathered together on Memorial Day to remember and pay tribute to all who have fought and selflessly surrendered the precious gift of life, so that other could live free.

Again we gather this Memorial Day, as a nation solemnly united in remembrance of the fallen defenders of our great nation. Freedom is not free. It has come at great cost, paid for with the lives of our sons and daughters, husbands and wives, sisters and brothers, friends and comrades.

Every American owes a great debt to the courageous men and women who have selflessly given their all to defend and protect our way of life. And while giving back to the extent they deserve is impossible, celebrating their memory and honoring their most selfless deeds offers a start.

This Memorial Day, pause to reflect on the absolute selflessness of the 1.3 million members of our nation’s military who paid the price needed to ensure our way of life endures, and let us not forget the families whose pain will never go away, but may lessen with our thanks and prayers.”

God Bless our fallen, their families, and our men and women in uniform all over the world.

Watch Melissa Fox’s ZOOM Town Hall with Irvine Ranch Conservancy Director Mike O’Connell!

I’ve always been an outdoors person, and I love going hiking and exploring in Southern California’s beautiful wild lands, mountains, and deserts.  Long before I entered politics, I served as a volunteer Ranger with the Orange County Park Ranger Reserve.  This past week, I had the pleasure of talking with Irvine Ranch Conservancy Executive Director Michael O’Connell last week during a ZOOM meeting Town Hall.  

The Irvine Ranch Conservancy is a non-profit, non-advocacy organization, committed to the highest possible standards of long-term land stewardship. Based in Orange County, California, the mission of the IRC is to ensure the protection, restoration and enhancement of the natural resources of the Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks forever and to provide diverse opportunities for public participation by conducting and supporting scientific, recreational and educational initiatives and programs.

Michael O’Connell, Irvine Ranch Conservancy President and Executive Director, oversees all aspects of stewardship, public programs and business operations for the Irvine Ranch Conservancy. He has 25 years experience in land protection and conservation science including senior positions with The Nature Conservancy and World Wildlife Fund. He has served on the Board of Governors of the Society for Conservation Biology, and the Advisory Board of the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management at UC Santa Barbara. He is currently on the Dean’s Leadership Council for the School of Biological Sciences at UC Irvine. Michael has co-authored two books on conservation and a number of scientific and popular articles. He has a bachelor’s degree in Geology from Carleton College and a Master’s in Conservation Biology from Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

After we talk about the history and the special character of this incredible land, Mike leads us on a tour of this incredible natural resource in our backyard.

 Watch our Town Hall on the Irvine Ranch Conservancy here:

Join Me for a ZOOM Town Hall on California’s Fiscal Health with State Controller Betty T. Yee!

Join me on Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. for a Virtual Town Hall on California’s Fiscal Health with California State Controller Betty Yee!

As a member of the Irvine City Council, I have made it a priority to support local business and ensure that our government operates with fiscal responsibility, openness, and transparency.

I’ve received the Orange County Taxpayers Watchdog Award for “demonstrating dedication to the protection of taxpayer funds and for the advocacy of government transparency and fiscal responsibility.”

Under my leadership, the Irvine Community Land Trust has received the Platinum Seal of Transparency from GuideStar, the world’s most respected source of information on nonprofit organizations.

I was also the only member of the Irvine City Council to oppose Measure D, which would have eliminated voter input into development decisions, because I believe that citizens must have a strong voice in deciding the future of their neighborhoods.

I enthusiastically supported the City’s adoption of the Irvine Sunshine Ordinance, which expanded public notice to four times longer than California law requires and prevents government action without full and informed participation from the community. I also supported approval of a two-year budget cycle, along with a five-year financial planning program, to bring more accountability to government spending.

I’ve often said that Government transparency and fiscal responsibility should be neither a conservative nor a liberal idea, but appeal to both, as we strive to address increasing social needs with limited resources.

The economic distress caused by COVID-19 will make this important task even more difficult.

COVID-19 has already impacted every facet of California’s economy, including the fiscal health of California’s government institutions, from large state agencies to cities and school districts. 

That’s why it will be especially valuable to hear from California State Controller Betty T. Yee on California’s fiscal health.

State Controller Betty T. Yee was elected in November 2014, following two terms of service on the California Board of Equalization. As Controller, she continues to serve the Board as its fifth voting member. Reelected for a second term as Controller in 2018, Ms. Yee is only the tenth woman in California history to be elected to statewide office.

As the state’s chief fiscal officer, Ms. Yee chairs the Franchise Tax Board and serves as a member of the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) and the California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS) Boards. These two boards have a combined portfolio of more than $620 billion.

Ms. Yee has more than 35 years of experience in public service, specializing in state and local finance and tax policy. Ms. Yee previously served as Chief Deputy Director for Budget with the California Department of Finance where she led the development of the Governor’s Budget, negotiations with the Legislature and key budget stakeholders, and fiscal analyses of legislation. Prior to this, she served in senior staff positions for several fiscal and policy committees in both houses of the California State Legislature. She also co-founded the Asian Pacific Youth Leadership Project, which exposes California high school youth to the public service, public policy, and political arenas.

A native of San Francisco, Ms. Yee received her bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of California, Berkeley, and she holds a master’s degree in public administration.

What: Virtual Town Hall on COVID-19 and California’s Fiscal Health with California State Controller Betty T. Yee.

When: Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 4:00 p.m.

Where: On-line at ZOOM Meeting ID 951-321-0807

To see the Facebook page for this event, click here.

For more information, contact Allison Binder at abinder@cityofirvine.org.


Irvine City Council Okays Lease for New Wild Rivers Water Park at the Great Park!

At last night’s Irvine City Council meeting, I was delighted to join my colleagues in voting to approve the lease agreement enabling the return of Wild Rivers Water Park to Irvine, with a new location in the Orange County Great Park.

Hundreds spend Labor Day cooling off in the waters of Monson Lagoon at Wild Rivers on Labor Day.
///ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: wildrivers – 9/6/10 – LEONARD ORTIZ, THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER – Thousands of people enjoyed the waters at Wild Rivers water park in Irvine as the park enters it’s last week before closing for the season. According the the year-to-year lease the park has with the Irvine Company the park will remain open for the 2011 season.

I have been working to bring Wild Rivers back to Orange County since 2017, when I successfully asked the Irvine City Council, acting as the Great Park Board of Directors, to approve construction of a new Wild Rivers Water Park at the Orange County Great Park.

Under the lease agreement, the City of Irvine will receive 4.5% of the park’s annual gross revenue as a lease payment, and if the park remains closed for the summer or underperforms, the City is still set to receive a lease payment of $550,000 for that year. The annual lease is expected to bring in anywhere from $550,000 to $1 million to the City, according to a report prepared by City staff.

Wild Rivers will pay for the construction of the water park, while the City will pay for and maintain a parking lot with over 1,200 spaces for Wild Rivers use during the summer, but managed by the City the remainder of the year.

The old Wild Rivers Water Park opened in July 1986 on the site of the former Lion Country Safari, now the site of Los Olivos Apartments. Following the expiration of its lease with The Irvine Company, it closed permanently on September 25, 2011.

The new Wild Rivers Water Park will be located on 20 acres in the heart of the Great Park, at the intersection of Skyhawk and Great Park Blvd.

Wild Rivers will build a new water park with waterslides, an uphill water coaster, water play structures for children, a wave pool, a lazy river and Wild Rivers’ popular Congo River Rapids.  I have also been working with Wild Rivers management to create an “all access” area, so that children and adults with disabilities can also enjoy a day at the water park.

We have missed having a water park in Irvine.  I was a kid sliding down the water slides at the old Wild Rivers and I was a young mom taking my son there on hot summer days.  We know that Wild Rivers provides fun and safe water parks, and they’ve always had a great relationship with the residents of Orange County.  We look forward to having them back very soon.  In fact,  we can anticipate a Grand Opening sometime in 2021!


Join Me for a Virtual Town Hall on Small Business Assistance and Affordable Housing with State Treasurer Fiona Ma!

Join me on Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. for a Virtual Town Hall on Small Business Assistance and Affordable Housing with California State Treasurer Fiona Ma!

ZOOM Meeting ID is 951-321-0807

COVID-19 has impacted both small businesses and housing in California.

Join Irvine City Councilmember Melissa Fox and California State Treasurer Fiona Ma as they discuss the impact of COVID-19 on California’s economy, small business assistance programs, and new opportunities for affordable housing.

Fiona Ma is California’s 34th State Treasurer. She was elected on November 6, 2018 with more votes (7,825,587) than any other candidate for treasurer in the state’s history.

She is the first woman of color and the first woman Certified Public Accountant (CPA) elected to the position.

Melissa Fox is an Irvine City Councilmember and an attorney, and also serves as Chair of the Irvine Community Land Trust, dedicated to building more affordable housing.

For more information, contact Allison Binder at abinder@cityofirvine.org.

To see the Facebook page for this event, click here.


Melissa Fox will also be joined joined on the Virtual Town Hall by Claudia Moreno, Southern California Outreach Manager for Small Business Majority.

Claudia Moreno develops relationships with both business partners and small business owners across the region to discuss ways to best help small businesses thrive in their local economies. Claudia also works closely on statewide policy initiatives. The daughter of a small business owner, Claudia understands the importance of giving back to her community and intentionally working to empower under-served entrepreneurs.

She previously worked at the White House during the Obama Administration in the Executive Office of Presidential Correspondence where she served as an intermediate between the President and the American people. She also took lead in the Office’s Spanish Analytical Department as an interpreter to support the President’s vision to serve all communities.

Irvine Child Care Spots Available for Essential Workers!

I am pleased to announce that Irvine has several hundred spots now open for child care for essential workers.

I currently serve as the Irvine City Council’s representative on the board of directors of the Irvine Child Care Project, along with other representatives from the City of Irvine and Irvine Unified School District. 

Established in 1984, the Irvine Child Care Project (ICCP) is a Joint Powers Agreement between the Irvine Unified School District and the City of Irvine, overseen by the Irvine Child Care Project Board of Directors. It is a unique partnership in which the City of Irvine and the Irvine Unified School District collaborate to accommodate more affordable and quality child care in the City.

On Thursday, April 9, 2020, the ICCP Board had a virtual meeting to discuss some of the critical needs of the ICCP during the COVID-19 crisis.  We made several important decisions at this meeting to help facilitate and increase the availability of child care for essential workers during the COVID-19 crisis.

Crucially,  we voted to waive rental payments from ICC providers for April, May, and June.  Waiving the rent for these providers means that essential child care services will remain accessible to families in need of child care during this crisis. 

Currently, 10 out of the 28 ICCP programs are open to serve children of essential critical infrastructure workers. The sites that are open are located on the following campuses: Canyon View Elementary, Deerfield Elementary, Oak Creek Elementary, Plaza Vista Elementary, Springbrook Elementary, Stonegate Elementary, Turtle Rock Elementary, University Park Elementary, Vista Verde Elementary, and Woodbury Elementary.

These 10 sites currently have the space to enroll approximately 200 additional children. 

If you are an essential critical infrastructure worker and need child care, please click here to access a searchable database of currently open child care centers and family child care homes serving children aged birth –1 2 compiled by Early Childhood OC.  This database will be updated every Friday. The Countywide list linked above lists all open programs in Orange County including, ICCP locations.  In addition, each ICCP location below is identified as OPEN or CLOSED.

Kiddie Academy of Irvine, Prestige Preschool Academy and several family child care providers are open and able to serve school age children, including non-residents.  These programs would be able to serve at least 100 additional children (combined capacity), even with the new guidance from the state regarding decreased capacities for best health and safety practices.  Contact information for each of these programs is available in the searchable database of currently open child care centers and family child care homes compiled by Early Childhood OC. This database is updated weekly.  I anticipate the number of providers on this list to increase as programs re-open to provide emergency child care to essential workers.   Several providers have contacted child care coordination this week to discuss their plans to re-open.

ICCP sites (10 open operated by Child Development Incorporated) are only able to serve Irvine residents and/or children enrolled in the IUSD school district. This is based on the Joint Powers Agreement between the City of Irvine and the Irvine Unified School District.  The ICCP Board has the authority to waive this stipulation, if that is something that the Board would be interested in considering at the May meeting.

You can find more information about these sites and enrollment here

View a directory of ICCP sites here.

Please note: Essential workers include those who work in the following fields: healthcare and public health, emergency services, food and agriculture, energy, water and waste water, transportation and logistics, communications and information technology, government services, critical manufacturing, hazardous materials, financial services, chemicals, and defense/industrial base.  For more details, click here.

COVID-19 Notes

I’ve added a new “COVID-19 Community Resources and Information Page to my blog, with links to up-to-date and reliable resources and information from federal, state, and county sources, as well as the cities and public schools in the 68th Assembly District.

I have also decided to use my Assembly campaign phone-banking and community outreach resources to call seniors and people in need of critical services in the cities of Assembly District 68 — Lake Forest, Tustin, Orange, Irvine, Anaheim Hills and Villa Park — to ask how they’re doing during this stressful time and to see whether they need any help, including food assistance and mental health assistance and other community resources.  Our volunteer callers will be able to provide information and connect seniors with any community assistance or resources they might need. Read the story in the O.C. Register.

If you would like to join our “Supporting Seniors” virtual phone-bank and be a volunteer caller, please contact Carson at carson@votemelissafox.comSee our event page on Facebook HERE.

If you need help yourself or have any questions, don’t hesitate to email me at melissa@melissafoxlaw.com or call me at 949-683-8855.

Tell the Orange County Board of Supervisors to Require Face Coverings for All Food Service, Grocery, and Other Essential Workers!

Did you know that every neighboring county of Orange County requires face coverings for all food service, grocery store, and other essential workers except Orange County?

Did you know that many of these workers are under the age of 18?

In order to stop the spread of COVID-19 and to protect both workers and customers, every neighboring county of Orange County — including San Diego, Riverside, San Bernardino and Los Angeles Counties — now require face coverings for all food service, grocery store, and other essential workers.

Only Orange County does not. I believe this failure to protect public health is unacceptable and unconscionable.

My friend, Gina Clayton-Tarvin, President of the Board of Trustees at the Ocean View School District, who has also been a classroom teacher in Orange County for 25 years, has started a petition to address this very serious problem.

The petition calls on Michelle Steel, Chair of Orange County Board of Supervisors, to “allow a vote to order face coverings for all food service, grocery store, and other essential workers, many of whom are children under the age of 18, to stop the spread of COVID-19 in Orange County.”

I have signed this petition because I believe that all workers who are providing us with food, groceries, and other essential goods and services during this pandemic deserve to be as protected from this deadly virus as possible.

As customers of these businesses and as residents of Orange County, we also deserve to be protected.

The protection of public health is an essential responsibility — and must be a top priority — of any government.

As a member of the Irvine City Council, I have already voted to require all retail workers in Irvine to wear face coverings.

Our Orange County Supervisors need to step up now and do the same, and stop putting our food, grocery and other essential workers — and ourselves — in unnecessary danger of contagion and death.

Please sign the petition HERE.

Thank you.

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COVID-19 Notes

I’ve added a new “COVID-19 Community Resources and Information Page to my blog, with links to up-to-date and reliable resources and information from federal, state, and county sources, as well as the cities and public schools in the 68th Assembly District.

I have also decided to use my Assembly campaign phone-banking and community outreach resources to call seniors and people in need of critical services in the cities of Assembly District 68 — Lake Forest, Tustin, Orange, Irvine, Anaheim Hills and Villa Park — to ask how they’re doing during this stressful time and to see whether they need any help, including food assistance and mental health assistance and other community resources.  Our volunteer callers will be able to provide information and connect seniors with any community assistance or resources they might need. Read the story in the O.C. Register.

If you would like to join our “Supporting Seniors” virtual phone-bank and be a volunteer caller, please contact Carson at carson@votemelissafox.comSee our event page on Facebook HERE.

If you need help yourself or have any questions, don’t hesitate to email me at melissa@melissafoxlaw.com or call me at 949-683-8855.

Irvine Orders All Retail Personnel to Wear Face Coverings

Irvine.FaceMasks.01Effective Wednesday, April 8, 2020, by order of the City Manager in his capacity as Director of Emergency Services,  all retail personnel in the City of Irvine will be required to wear face coverings.

This executive order applies to all retail businesses in Irvine, including, but not limited to:face-mask-480x240

  • Grocery stores
  • Pharmacies
  • Restaurants providing take-out or delivery services
  • Banks, Savings and Loans, and Credit Unions
  • Home Improvement stores
  • Gas Stations
  • Convenience stores

The use of cloth face coverings could reduce the transmission of COVID-19 by individuals who do not have symptoms and may reinforce social distancing. Face coverings can include items such as bandanas, fabric masks, and neck gaiters.

It is important to note face coverings are not a substitute for social distancing and hand washing, which remain our most important line of defense against the spread of COVID-19.

Read the full order here.

For more information about the use of face coverings or to find a provider, visit cityofirvine.org/covid19.

Note: I’ve added a new “COVID-19 Community Resources and Information Page to my blog, with links to up-to-date and reliable resources and information from federal, state, and county sources, as well as the cities and public schools in the 68th Assembly District.

I have also decided to use my Assembly campaign phone-banking and community outreach resources to call seniors and people in need of critical services in the cities of Assembly District 68 — Lake Forest, Tustin, Orange, Irvine, Anaheim Hills and Villa Park — to ask how they’re doing during this stressful time and to see whether they need any help, including food assistance and mental health assistance and other community resources.  Our volunteer callers will be able to provide information and connect seniors with any community assistance or resources they might need.

If you would like to join our “Supporting Seniors” virtual phone-bank and be a volunteer caller, please contact Carson at carson@votemelissafox.com. See our event page on Facebook HERE.

If you need help yourself or have any questions, don’t hesitate to email me at melissa@melissafoxlaw.com or call me at 949-683-8855.


Irvine Community Land Trust Continues Mission of Providing Affordable Housing During COVID-19 Crisis

Last week, my colleagues on the Board of Directors of the Irvine Community Land Trust (ICLT) unanimously elected me to serve another year as Chair.  I am grateful for their support and for the opportunity to continue to lead the important work of the Land Trust in this difficult time.

As we fight this deadly outbreak, secure and affordable housing has never been more important.

I’m very happy that California Governor Newsom has issued an Executive Order halting evictions due to non-payment of rent due to medical or financial consequences of COVID-19.  Adding to California’s already far too high 150.000 homeless population would make it even more difficult for us to stop the spread of the virus.

At our next meeting, which will be conducted electronically and to which the public is invited, we will be adopting new measures to help our tenants deal with the COVID-19 emergency, including rent deferments and other forms of assistance.

Our Executive Director of the Irvine Community Land Trust, Mark Asturias, has released the following statement in regard to ICLT’s response to COVID-19:


There’s no shortage of uncertainly in the world lately, so I’d like to take a moment to tell you exactly how the Irvine Community Land Trust is navigating the post-COVID world.

As an affordable housing nonprofit, our communities are comprised of some of Irvine’s most vulnerable populations, even when there isn’t a global crisis weighing on them. No matter the circumstances, we remain steadfast in our commitment to our residents and to ensuring they have a place they can be proud to call “home.”

We will not falter, but we are doing things a little differently to best protect the health and safety of our staff, board members, residents and partners in the community.

For starters, we’re observing social distancing by moving our regular public board meetings online. Earlier this week, we held the ICLT’s first online board meeting, utilizing both Zoom and a public phone line to great effect. Information on joining our future digital meetings will be posted as available at http://www.irvineclt.org/agenda.

At each of our properties – Parc Derian, Alegre and Doria – we’re working with property managers to ensure residents are equipped with the knowledge and resources they need to navigate these trying times.

Through a series of special government protocols, we’re continuing construction on our new community, Salerno. Out of concern for our construction workers, we’re also undertaking extraordinary measures to ensure they stay safe and healthy while on the job. And, in cooperation with our community partners, we’re continuing our work to make Irvine the best it can be, no matter the challenges we face.

In the coming weeks, the next edition of our newsletter will be delivered as usual, packed with the latest and greatest from the ICLT. For now, rest assured that our commitment to our mission burns stronger than ever as we rise to face this unprecedented situation.

Until next time, stay safe and stay healthy – we’re all in this together.


Mark Asturias
Executive Director
Irvine Community Land Trust”

For links to up-to-date COVID-19 Resources and Information, click HERE.



“Irvine Neighbors Helping Irvine Neighbors” — City of Irvine and Families Forward Host Food Collection Event on Sat., March 28

City of Irvine staff has coordinated with Families Forward, an Irvine-based non-profit dedicated to helping low income & homeless families, for an “Irvine Neighbors Helping Irvine Neighbors” Food Collection event this Saturday, March 28 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

The event will be held at two locations — the Irvine Civic Center (north parking lot next to the Child Care Center) and at the Orange County Great Park (Lot 2, Festival Lot).

Since the COVID-19 outbreak, food assistance requests to Families Forward have increased 500%.

They are in most need of the following items:

  • Cereal
  • Peanut Butter
  • Canned Chicken
  • Canned Tuna
  • Pasta Sauce
  • Dried Pasta
  • Baby Wipes

Familes Forward.donate-page-with-familyThe event will be staffed by Families Forward volunteers as a “drop-and-go” with items being removed from the trunk of vehicles to adhere to social distancing requirements. Participants are required to remain in their vehicles.

A traffic safety plan has been developed for both sites with the assistance of Irvine Public Works & Transportation, Public Safety, and Community Services staff to facilitate anticipated traffic.

Families Forward is an Orange County, California, non-profit that exists to help families that are homeless or at-risk of homelessness achieve and maintain self-sufficiency through housing, food, counseling, education, and other support services. It assists families in financial crisis to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency. As Families Forward explains, “We do not just provide support; we supply the tools for families to once again become independent, productive residents of the community.”

To make a financial donation to Families Forward, click here.

At one time or another, any family may find itself in need of some form of support. If you are in need of support, please contact Families Forward at (949) 552-2727 or info@families-forward.org.

Nowuz Mubarak! نوروز مبارک When was a New Beginning — Nowruz or a “New Day”– More Needed Than Now?

In Irvine, we love to celebrate our many heritages.  Irvine is home to more than 80 different churches, mosques, synagogues and other places of worship, serving Irvine’s wonderful cultural and religious diversity.

One of our biggest cultural celebrations in Irvine is the annual Persian New Year (Nowruz) Festival at Irvine’s Bill Barber Community Park, sponsored by the Iranian-American Community Group Orange County.

Sadly, this year’s Nowruz Festival in Irvine had to be cancelled because of the coronavirus outbreak and the need for all of us to maintain social distancing.

In an announcement, my friend Neda Mottaghi-Movahed, a long-time organizer of the Irvine Nowruz Festival, wrote: “Dear friends and supporters, we regret to inform you that IAC 7th annual Nowruz festival which was scheduled for March 22nd in Irvine has been canceled. This was a very difficult decision due to outbreak of Coronavirus and Orange County Public Health recommendations which is to avoid large gatherings. Celebrate Nowruz with your friends and family. Eid Mobarak.”

Persian New Year, or “Nowruz,” translated from Persian to literally mean “New Day,” takes place at the end of winter and the beginning of spring, centering around the Spring Equinox. It is an ancient tradition, having been observed in Persian culture for approximately 5,500 years (older than the great pyramids of Egypt), celebrating the rebirth of the Earth after the cold of winter and welcoming the warmth of spring.

When was a new beginning — a “New Day” or Nowruz — more needed than now?

So even though we won’t have the Festival and we must keep apart from each other, let us celebrate Nowruz together with all our hearts.

May first day of Spring brings us all health, peace, happiness and joy!

Nowuz Mubarak! نوروز مبارک


Stand Up for What is Right: California Governor Newsom Declares “Fred Korematsu Day”

“If you have the feeling that something is wrong, don’t be afraid to speak up.” — Fred T. Korematsu (1919-2005)

Fred Korematsu, a Californian who challenged the constitutionality of the internment of Japanese Americans during the Second World War, was born 101 years ago on January 30, 1919.

Although Koresatsu lost his case in 1944, his fight against racism and for justice has been vindicated by history.

This week, Governor Gavin Newsom today issued a proclamation declaring January 30th as Fred Korematsu Day in the State of California.

Fred Toyosaburo Korematsu was born in Oakland, California, on January 30, 1919, the third of four sons to Japanese-American parents Kakusaburo Korematsu and Kotsui Aoki, who immigrated to the United States in 1905. He attended public schools, participated in the Castlemont High School (Oakland, California) tennis and swim teams, and worked in his family’s flower nursery in nearby San Leandro, California.

When called for military duty under the Selective Training and Service Act of 1940, Korematsu was rejected by the U.S. Navy due to stomach ulcers. Instead, he trained to become a welder in order to contribute his services to the defense effort. First, he worked as a welder at a shipyard. He went in one day to find his timecard missing; his coworkers hastily explained to him that he was Japanese so therefore he was not allowed to work there. He then found a new job, but was fired after a week when his supervisor returned from an extended vacation to find him working there. Because of his Japanese descent, Korematsu lost all employment completely following the attack on Pearl Harbor.

On March 27, 1942, General John L. DeWitt, commander of the Western Defense Area, prohibited Japanese Americans from leaving the limits of Military Area No. 1, in preparation for their eventual evacuation to internment camps. Korematsu underwent plastic surgery on his eyelids in an unsuccessful attempt to pass as a Caucasian, changed his name to Clyde Sarah[13][14] and claimed to be of Spanish and Hawaiian heritage.

On May 3, 1942, when General DeWitt ordered Japanese Americans to report on May 9 to Assembly Centers as a prelude to being removed to the internment camps, Korematsu refused and went into hiding in the Oakland area. He was arrested on a street corner in San Leandro on May 30, 1942. Shortly after Korematsu’s arrest, Ernest Besig, the director of the American Civil Liberties Union in northern California, asked him whether he would be willing to use his case to test the legality of the Japanese American internment. Korematsu agreed.

Korematsu felt that “people should have a fair trial and a chance to defend their loyalty at court in a democratic way, because in this situation, people were placed in imprisonment without any fair trial.” On June 12, 1942, Korematsu had his trial date and was given $5,000 bail (equivalent to $76,670.06 in 2018). After Korematsu’s arraignment on June 18, 1942, Besig posted bail and he and Korematsu attempted to leave. When met by military police, Besig told Korematsu to go with them. The military police took Korematsu to the Presidio. Korematsu was tried and convicted in federal court on September 8, 1942, for a violation of Public Law No. 503, which criminalized the violations of military orders issued under the authority of Executive Order 9066, and was placed on five years’ probation.

He was taken from the courtroom and returned to the Tanforan Assembly Center, and thereafter he and his family were placed in the Central Utah War Relocation Center in Topaz, Utah. As an unskilled laborer, he was eligible to receive only $12 per month (equivalent to $184.01 in 2018) for working eight-hour days at the camp. He was placed in a horse stall with a single light bulb, and later said “jail was better than this.”

When Korematsu’s family was moved to the Topaz internment camp, he later recalled feeling isolated because his imprisoned compatriots recognized him and many, if not most, of them felt that if they talked to him they would also be seen as troublemakers.

Korematsu then appealed to the U.S. Court of Appeals, which granted review on March 27, 1943, but upheld the original verdict on January 7, 1944. He appealed again and brought his case to the United States Supreme Court, which granted review on March 27, 1944. On December 18, 1944, the Court issued Korematsu v. United States, a 6–3 decision authored by Justice Hugo Black, in which the Court held that compulsory exclusion, though constitutionally suspect, was justified during circumstances of “emergency and peril.”

Dissenting Justice Frank Murphy criticized what he called a “legalization of racism.” Justice Murphy added: “Racial discrimination in any form and in any degree has no justifiable part whatever in our democratic way of life. It is unattractive in any setting, but it is utterly revolting among a free people who have embraced the principles set forth in the Constitution of the United States. All residents of this nation are kin in some way by blood or culture to a foreign land. Yet they are primarily and necessarily a part of the new and distinct civilization of the United States. They must, accordingly, be treated at all times as the heirs of the American experiment, and as entitled to all the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution.”

1942 editorial cartoon by Theodor Seuss Geisel (later author Dr. Seuss) depicting Japanese-Americans on the West Coast as prepared to conduct sabotage against the US.

Dissenting Justice Robert H. Jackson, who later served as Chief US Prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trials, wrote that “Korematsu was born on our soil, of parents born in Japan. The Constitution makes him a citizen of the United States by nativity and a citizen of California by residence. No claim is made that he is not loyal to this country. There is no suggestion that apart from the matter involved here he is not law abiding and well disposed. Korematsu, however, has been convicted of an act not commonly a crime. It consists merely of being present in the state whereof he is a citizen, near the place where he was born, and where all his life he has lived. […] [H]is crime would result, not from anything he did, said, or thought, different than they, but only in that he was born of different racial stock. Now, if any fundamental assumption underlies our system, it is that guilt is personal and not inheritable. Even if all of one’s antecedents had been convicted of treason, the Constitution forbids its penalties to be visited upon him. But here is an attempt to make an otherwise innocent act a crime merely because this prisoner is the son of parents as to whom he had no choice, and belongs to a race from which there is no way to resign.”

After being released from the camp in Utah, Korematsu had to move east since the law would not allow former internees to move back westward. He moved to Salt Lake City, Utah, where he continued to fight racism. He still knew there were inequalities among the Japanese, since he experienced them in his everyday life. He found work repairing water tanks in Salt Lake City, but after three months on the job, he discovered he was being paid half of what his white coworkers were being paid. He told his boss that this was unfair and asked to be paid the same amount, but his boss only threatened to call the police and try to get him arrested just for being Japanese, so he left his job.

In 1976, President Gerald Ford signed a proclamation formally terminating Executive Order 9066 and apologizing for the internment, stated: “We now know what we should have known then—not only was that evacuation wrong but Japanese-Americans were and are loyal Americans. On the battlefield and at home the names of Japanese-Americans have been and continue to be written in history for the sacrifices and the contributions they have made to the well-being and to the security of this, our common Nation.”After this incident, Korematsu lost hope, remaining quiet for over thirty years. His own daughter did not find out about what her father did until she was in high school. He moved to Detroit, Michigan, where his younger brother lived, and where he worked as a draftsman until 1949. He married Kathryn Pearson in Detroit on October 12, 1946. They returned to Oakland to visit his family in 1949 because his mother was ill. They did not intend to stay, but decided to after Kathryn became pregnant with their first child, Karen. His daughter was born in 1950, and a son, Ken, in 1954.

In 1980, President Jimmy Carter appointed a special commission to investigate the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II, which concluded that the decisions to remove those of Japanese ancestry to prison camps occurred because of “race prejudice, war hysteria, and a failure of political leadership”. In 1988, President Ronald Reagan signed the Civil Liberties Act of 1988 which had been sponsored by Representative Norman Mineta and Senator Alan K. Simpson. It provided financial redress of $20,000 for each surviving detainee, totaling $1.2 billion.

In the early 1980s, while researching a book on internment cases, lawyer and University of California, San Diego professor Peter Irons came across evidence that Charles Fahy, the Solicitor General of the United States who argued Korematsu v. United States before the Supreme Court, had deliberately suppressed reports from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and military intelligence which concluded that Japanese-American citizens posed no security risk. These documents revealed that the military had lied to the Supreme Court, and that government lawyers had willingly made false arguments. Irons concluded that the Supreme Court’s decision was invalid since it was based on unsubstantiated assertions, distortions and misrepresentations. Along with a team of lawyers headed by Dale Minami, Irons petitioned for writs of error coram nobis with the federal courts, seeking to overturn Korematsu’s conviction.

On November 10, 1983, Judge Marilyn Hall Patel of U.S. District Court in San Francisco formally vacated the conviction. Korematsu testified before Judge Patel, “I would like to see the government admit that they were wrong and do something about it so this will never happen again to any American citizen of any race, creed, or color.” He also said, “If anyone should do any pardoning, I should be the one pardoning the government for what they did to the Japanese-American people.” Judge Patel’s ruling cleared Korematsu’s name, but was incapable of overturning the Supreme Court’s decision.

President Bill Clinton awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor in the United States, to Korematsu in 1998, saying, “In the long history of our country’s constant search for justice, some names of ordinary citizens stand for millions of souls: Plessy, Brown, Parks … to that distinguished list, today we add the name of Fred Korematsu.” That year, Korematsu served as the Grand Marshal of San Francisco’s annual Cherry Blossom Festival parade.

A member and Elder of the First Presbyterian Church of Oakland, Korematsu was twice President of the San Leandro Lions Club, and for 15 years a volunteer with Boy Scouts of America, San Francisco Bay Council.

From 2001 until his death in 2005, Korematsu served on the Constitution Project’s bipartisan Liberty and Security Committee. Discussing racial profiling in 2004, he warned, “No one should ever be locked away simply because they share the same race, ethnicity, or religion as a spy or terrorist. If that principle was not learned from the internment of Japanese Americans, then these are very dangerous times for our democracy.”

Fred Korematsu died of respiratory failure at his daughter’s home in Marin County, California, on March 30, 2005. One of the last things Korematsu said was, “I’ll never forget my government treating me like this. And I really hope that this will never happen to anybody else because of the way they look, if they look like the enemy of our country.” He also urged others to “protest, but not with violence, and don’t be afraid to speak up. One person can make a difference, even if it takes forty years.”

In 2018, in Trump v. Hawaii, the Supreme Court expressly declared that Korematsu’s case was wrongly decided. Chief Justice Roberts wrote, “Korematsu was gravely wrong the day it was decided, has been overruled in the court of history, and—to be clear—’has no place in law under the Constitution,” quoting Justice Jackson’s dissent in Korematsu v. United States.

The proclamation by Governor Newsom reads as follows:

“PROCLAMATION: “Fred Korematsu did not set out to become a civil rights hero, but his bold decision at the age of 23 to challenge the policy of Japanese internment forever altered the course of history. This year, as we commemorate the 101st anniversary of his birth, we reflect with gratitude on his brave crusade for civil rights.

An Oakland-born welder, Korematsu refused to abide by Executive Order 9066, the federal government’s demand that Japanese Americans report to incarceration camps. Korematsu’s act of protest led to his arrest and conviction, which he fought all the way to the Supreme Court. The Court ultimately ruled against him, arguing that the incarceration of Japanese Americans was justifiable based on military necessity.

Korematsu found vindication 40 years later, when a federal court overturned his criminal conviction. Judge Marilyn Hall Patel said then, “a grave injustice was done to American citizens and resident aliens of Japanese ancestry who, without individual review or any probative evidence against them, were excluded, removed and detained by the United States during World War II.”

Over the course of his life, Korematsu fought for the civil liberties of others. He was tireless in his work to ensure Americans understood the lessons learned from one of the dark chapters of our history. In 1998, President Bill Clinton awarded Korematsu the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

The Supreme Court’s decision in Korematsu v. United States still hangs over this country after 76 years. Korematsu’s legacy reminds us that we must continue to strike out against injustice in our daily lives.”

Let us celebrate Fred Korematsu Day by learning his story, affirming our rejection of racism, and committing ourselves to stand up for what is right.


Irvine Police Use Drone to Catch Burglary Suspect on Christmas Eve

Last year, I joined three of my colleagues on the Irvine City Council to approve establishing an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) by the Irvine Police Department. The UAS program provides aerial video of active crime scenes, traffic collisions, and natural disasters.

On Tuesday night, December 24, 2019, the Irvine Police Department employed the drone to locate and arrest a commercial burglary suspect at a construction site in the 2900 block of Warner Avenue around 10:20 PM.

Following reports of a burglary in progress, police units arriving on the scene located a self-storage facility under construction and learned that a suspect was inside.

Officers then established a perimeter around the site and made announcements ordering the suspect to surrender.

The suspect hunkered down and was eventually located after police employed a number of resources including a small unmanned aircraft system, commonly referred to as a drone, along with a police helicopter and K-9 to search for the suspect.

A male suspect was located and arrested without incident.

Firefighter paramedics evaluated the man on scene before officers transported him from the location.

No other suspects were believed to be outstanding but officers were nonetheless conducting a protective sweep of the site.

Great work, IPD!

In October 2019, the FBI for the 14th year in a row, named Irvine as America’s Safest City among cities with a population of 250,000 or more.

You can watch a video of the incident from ONSCENE TV here:

Join Me to Celebrate Irvine’s Winter Wonderland as Snow Falls on the Civic Center!

Join me and my Irvine City Council colleagues on Saturday, December 7, 4:00 – 6:30 p.m., as we celebrate the season as “snow” falls over the Irvine Civic Center and the community gathers for our traditional Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony and an evening of holiday cheer!

This free event will include visits with Santa Claus, live holiday music, games, crafts, and winter-themed train route.

Guests to Winter Wonderland are encouraged to bring a new, unwrapped gift suitable for infants or children up to age 12. Toy donations aid the Irvine 2/11 Marine Adoption Committee Holiday Drive, which benefits the families of Irvine’s adopted 2/11 Marine Battalion. Help bring joy to these families during the holidays by donating a new, unwrapped gift suitable for infants or children ages 12 and younger. Donations can be dropped off at the Civic Center.

What: Irvine Winter Wonderland Celebration

Where: Irvine Civic Center Plaza

When: Saturday, December 7, 2019 – 3:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Don’t miss this wonderful community event!

See you there!

For more information, call 949-724-6606.

P.S. Don’t forget about our annual Home for the Holidays pet adoption event on Sunday, December 8, 2019, at the Irvine Animal Center.

And don’t forget that the City of Irvine will deliver your letters to Santa Claus!

Join Me at the 13th Annual Home for the Holidays Pet Adoption Event!

Join me for Irvine’s 13th Annual Home for the Holidays Pet Adoption Event on Sunday, December 8, 2019, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  More than 30 pet rescue groups and animal shelters will bring some 600 homeless dogs, cats, rabbits and small animals for adoption.

The Home for the Holidays Pet Adoption Event also features dozens of vendors, gourmet food trucks, a silent auction, low-cost microchipping and an opportunity drawing.

Each animal available for adoption is spayed or neutered, microchipped and evaluated by a veterinarian.  Cats and dogs are vaccinated appropriate to age.

The suggested donation for the event is $2 per person or $5 per family. Parking is free.  Event proceeds benefit the Irvine Animal Care Center in its efforts to provide care and support to thousands of homeless, neglected and abused animals each year.

What: Irvine’s 13th Annual Home for the Holidays Pet Adoption Event

Where: 6443 Oak Canyon, Irvine, CA 92618

When: Sunday, December 8, 2019. 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Visit cityofirvine.org/animals to see a list of participating rescues, shelters, vendors, and food trucks.

For more information, call 949-724-7740.

I hope to see you there!

Honor Our Veterans at Irvine’s Veterans Day Ceremony on Monday, November 11, 2019

Veterans Day is a time to honor America’s veterans for their patriotism, love of country, and commitment to serve and sacrifice for the common good.

In honor of our veterans and in support of their families, the City of Irvine will host a special Veterans Day Ceremony on Monday, November 11th from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the formal garden area at the Colonel Bill Barber Marine Corps Memorial Park.

The ceremony will honor all our service members – past and present Honor Guards from the Irvine Police Department and Irvine’s own adopted 2/11 Marines will lead the opening and closing ceremonies.

As the daughter of a combat veteran, I know the tremendous value of veterans’ service, their core principles of honor, courage, and commitment.

As a member of the Irvine City Council, I am proud that Irvine truly appreciates the commitment and sacrifice of our military veterans. It is always an honor to celebrate the service of our men and women of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard, and to thank them for what they’ve given to keep our nation free.

Please join me in honoring our veterans on this Veterans Day.

Colonel Bill Barber Marine Corps Memorial Park is located at 4 Civic Center, Irvine CA 92606

For more information, call 949-724-6606.

California State Auditor Gives Irvine Highest Rating for Fiscal Health!

As an Irvine City Councilmember who ran on a promise of fiscal responsibility, I am very pleased to announce that the California State Auditor’s Office has recently published a comprehensive ranking of 471 California cities based on their fiscal health and that Irvine achieved the Auditor’s highest possible rating of “low risk.”

This designation indicates that a city has low risk of experiencing fiscal distress.

A map created by the state auditor’s office ranks cities by fiscal health. Green is low risk, yellow is moderate risk and red is high risk.

Among the indicators used to evaluate the cities’ fiscal health were each city’s cash position or liquidity, debt burden, financial reserves, revenue trends, and ability to pay for employee retirement benefits.

I’m proud of my record on the Irvine City Council in increasing government accountability, openness, and transparency.

I’ve received the Orange County Taxpayers Watchdog Award for “demonstrating dedication to the protection of taxpayer funds and for the advocacy of government transparency and fiscal responsibility.”

Under my leadership, the Irvine Community land Trust was awarded the Platinum Seal of Transparency from GuideStar, the world’s most respected source of information on nonprofit organizations.

I was also the only member of the Irvine City Council to oppose Measure D, which would have eliminated voter input into development decisions, because I believe that citizens must have a strong voice in deciding the future of their neighborhoods.

I enthusiastically supported the City’s adoption of the Irvine Sunshine Ordinance, which expanded public notice to four times longer than California law requires and prevents government action without full and informed participation from the community. I also supported approval of a two-year budget cycle, along with a five-year financial planning program, to bring more accountability to government spending.

You can read the full California State Auditor’s Report HERE.

As a member of the Irvine City Council, I am extremely proud of these accomplishments But much more important to me is the fact that our city is truly serving its residents with fiscal responsibility and transparency.

I ran for City Council on a platform of using my skills as a business attorney to safeguard every public dollar, and I have kept that promise by making sure that Irvine is financially transparent and doesn’t spend more than it can afford.

These awards reflect the commitment that I and my colleagues on the Irvine City Council, as well as our Finance Commissioners and our professional staff, have made to the taxpayers and residents of Irvine, and to the principles of government transparency and fiscal responsibility.

Government transparency and fiscal responsibility should be neither a conservative nor a liberal idea, but appeal to both, as we strive to address increasing social needs with limited resources.

This Thursday, October 17, Have Your Morning “Coffee with a Cop”!

All Irvine residents are invited to “Coffee with a Cop” on Thursday, Oct. 17, 2019, from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at Starbucks at the Woodbury Town Center.
Stop by on your way to work just to say “Hi” or “Thank you for keeping Irvine America’s safest city,” or ask a question and enjoy a cup of coffee.
No RSVP necessary!

Irvine Again is Safest City in America: Thank you Irvine Police!

Each year the FBI ranks the public safety levels of U.S. cities according to population and considers a number of factors including murder, rape, assault, burglary, arson and auto theft.

This is the 14th year in a row Irvine has held the top spot as America’s Safest City among cities with a population of 250,000 or more.

Irvine Chief of Police Mike Hamel said, “Irvine continues to be a safe community due to the collaboration between the men and women of the Irvine Police Department who work tirelessly every day to identify and respond to criminal activity and quality of life issues, our City leaders who always make public safety a top priority, and our residents who actively participate in crime prevention and community improvement strategies.”

Councilmember Melissa Fox said, “We are America’s safest city because the men and women of the Irvine Police Department perform their duties every day at the very highest levels of professionalism and integrity.  Our community knows that our police officers are dedicated to ensuring the safety of our residents and treat everyone with fairness and respect.  Thank you, Irvine Police Department.”

To view the FBI report, click HERE.

Join Me at Irvine’s Two-Day Global Village Festival at the Great Park!

My favorite Irvine cultural event of the year is almost here!  Experience sights and sounds from around the world on Saturday, October 12 through –Sunday, October 13, 2019, 10 a.m.–5 p.m., at the Orange County Great Park, at the Irvine Global Village Festival!

I am thrilled that, for the very first time, the Irvine Global Village Festival will run for two days at the Great Park!

In Irvine, we are proud of saying that our city is not only among the most diverse cities in the nation, it is also the most fully integrated.

There are no ethnic, linguistic, religious, or cultural enclaves in Irvine: every neighborhood reflects Irvine’s harmonious ethnic, linguistic, religious, and cultural diversity.

How diverse is Irvine?  A non-English language is spoken in a remarkable 58% of Irvine homes, with more than 70 different languages spoken in residences throughout Irvine.  Nearly 40 % of Irvine’s public-school students have a primary language other than English.

Irvine is also home to more than 80 different churches, mosques, synagogues and other places of worship, serving Irvine’s wonderful cultural and religious diversity.

This year marks the 18th anniversary of the Irvine Global Village Festival – Irvine’s largest and most attended community event.

Founded in 1998 by a group of Irvine residents to help promote understanding and build harmony within Irvine’s many diverse cultures, the Global Village Festival is now Irvine’s signature event, featuring more than 100 performances on five stages; international cuisine and food from more than 50 restaurants; an international marketplace filled with unique crafts and textiles; interactive, educational and entertaining cultural displays, demonstrations, and performances; and an international village just for kids.

More than 40 local restaurants and gourmet food trucks serve up samples of regional and international specialties from boba smoothies, miso soup, falafel, Mexican fusion tacos and German pretzels to Japanese dumplings, Hawaiian shaved ice and the all-American bacon-wrapped hot dog. Please be prepared with cash for food and beverage purchases.

At the heart of the Festival is the Community Partners Pavilion, where nonprofit, local community groups and government agencies have an opportunity to showcase their programs and services to the community.

This year, we’ve incorporated the best of Irvine’s historic fall festivals to offer a wide variety of food and music options, interactive activities, and exhibitions throughout an entire weekend. Families will delight in an expanded Kids Village with crafts, a “Seek-a-Treat” fall scavenger hunt, and a petting zoo. Attendees of all ages will enjoy samples of the best international cuisine as well as favorite festival foods for purchase; an Artisans Marketplace and the event’s first-ever art exhibition and demonstrations; and musical performances representing cultures from around the world — all while attending Orange County’s premier festival.

I’m looking forward to celebrating the many facets of Irvine’s diversity at the Global Village Festival – and I look forward to seeing you there!

Here are some important Festival details:

What: Irvine Global Village Festival

When: Saturday, October 12 and Sunday, October 13, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., at the Orange County Great Park.

Where: Orange County Great Park, 8000 Great Park Boulevard, Irvine, CA 92618

Cost: Admission is $5:00! Please be prepared with cash for food and beverage purchases.  A $20 Family Pass offers one-day admission for up to six people. Tickets are on sale now at irvinefestival.org/buy-tickets

Parking: Parking is free, but premier parking closer to the festival site will be available for $10 on-site (cash only). Disabled person parking is available. Please have the appropriate placard visible and parking directors will route vehicles to disabled parking.

Shuttle to the Festival: UCI Students and Staff: Anteater Express Shuttle service to and from the festival will be available for UCI students and staff.

Bike to the Festival:  The easiest way to get to the Festival is by bike. The City of Irvine has an extensive system of bike trails to get you to and from the event, and once inside, riders can safely and securely store their bikes at the Festival’s free Bike Valet area, hosted by the Bicycle Club of Irvine and the Orange County Bicycle Coalition. Use Irvine’s Bike Map to plan your trip.

Pets: Dogs are welcome at the Irvine Global Village Festival! However, owners must be responsible for their pets; dogs must be on leash, interact well in a large crowd and remain in the charge of a person competent to restrain them.

See you there!

Join Me at OCFA’s “Day of Remembrance” Ceremony Honoring Those We Lost on September 11, 2001

The sky was falling and streaked with blood
I heard you calling me, then you disappeared into the dust
Up the stairs, into the fire . . . 
May your strength give us strength
May your faith give us faith
May your hope give us hope
May your love give us love.

Please join me, the brave men and women of the Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA), and other members of the OCFA Board of Directors at a special “Day of Remembrance” Ceremony at OCFA Headquarters in Irvine, honoring those lost on September 11, 2001.

The ceremony will take place at 8:46 a.m. and is in memory of all of those lost at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

Here is the official announcement of the ceremony:

“The tragic events of September 11, 2001 that occurred is a day in our nation’s history that we can never forget. On Wed., Sept. 11, 2019, the Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA) is commemorating the 18th anniversary of the horrific attacks of 9/11. Marking this important anniversary, OCFA will host the annual Remembrance Ceremony to honor the 2,977 men, women and children killed in the attacks at the World Trade Center site, the Pentagon, and aboard Flight 93. This year’s 18th anniversary is especially important to OCFA as we will dedicate a beam from the Twin Towers at our Regional Fire Operations Training Center (RFOTC).”

OCFA Headquarters is located at 1 Fire Authority Road, Irvine, CA 92602

Never forget.

Defend Democracy. Tell the Irvine City Council: These are the Public’s Meetings!

City Councils are not private clubs. Public meetings in a real democracy should not be stage-managed by the political majority to prevent public discussion of issues that they want to avoid for their own political advantage.

Last July, while I was on a long-planned vacation to visit my son in Alaska, the Irvine City Council adopted a new anti-democratic policy that prohibits an item from being placed on the agenda unless the mayor or two city council members agree to do so.

As the Orange County Register correctly stated in a powerful editorial opposing the Council’s action, “the transparent goal is to shut down the views of the political minority.”

The new policy was in direct response to my proposal in June to fly the Gay Pride Flag from City Hall during Gay Pride Month. Although dozens of residents spoke at the meeting in support of flying the Pride Flag, the Council defeated the proposal and I was the only Councilmember to speak in favor of it.

In opposing this restrictive and anti-democratic agenda policy, the Register observed that “Public-meetings laws have a vital purpose in a free society. The public is supposed to be privy to the inner workings of government so they can witness the sausage-making legislative process in action, ugly and unappetizing as it can be. Unfortunately, many local officials act as if hearings are a show – a way to put their best foot forward before the citizenry.”

The Register also recognized that while the new rule was adopted specifically to silence me, the effect of the rule will be to silence all disagreement and dissent:

“Fox has previously discussed supposedly ‘divisive’ issues ranging from flying the LGBTQ flag at City Hall to creating a veterans’ cemetery near the Great Park. But this fracas isn’t about the particular issues any member might want to discuss, but about whether a duly elected official has the right to publicly discuss them. Councils are not private clubs . . . These are the public’s meetings and all officials, even minority voices, represent their constituencies. All elected bodies need to encourage wide-ranging discussions so the public can be part of the self-government process – and not just observers of a carefully crafted script. That’s the essence of representative democracy.”

At this Tuesday’s Irvine City Council meeting, the political majority will propose to extend this anti-democratic policy to the Great Park Board (composed of the members of the Irvine City Council) as well as to all City Commissions.

The public should not tolerate this extension of the current majority’s attack on representative democracy.

Please attend the Tuesday, September 10, 2019, Irvine City Council meeting and let them know that your City Council is not a private club. The meetings of the City Council, the Orange County Great Park, and Irvine City Commissions belong to the public and cannot be staged managed for political advantage. 

As the O.C. Register eloquently stated, “These are the public’s meetings and all officials, even minority voices, represent their constituencies. All elected bodies need to encourage wide-ranging discussions so the public can be part of the self-government process – and not just observers of a carefully crafted script. That’s the essence of representative democracy.”

As I stated in July, I have no intention of being silent.

And neither do you.

Irvine’s Kids Need You! City of Irvine Seeks Applicants for Four Positions on Child Care Committee!

The Irvine Community Services Commission is accepting applications to fill two government, civic, or community agencies vacancies, and two child care provider vacancies on the Irvine Child Care Committee.

There is a serious child care crisis in Irvine.  At present, nearly 2,500 Irvine families do not have adequate child care. Irvine will need an additional 4,551 child care spaces by 2035, due to the increase in housing development and the concomitant increase in the number of families with young children moving to Irvine.

As a member of the Irvine City Council, I have made it a priority to increase childcare and early childhood education opportunities in Irvine. By volunteering to serve on the Irvine Child Care Committee, you can serve our community and help me and others work to alleviate our childcare crisis.

The Irvine Child Care Committee is a 15-member advisory body to the Irvine Community Services Commission, and works cooperatively with the Irvine Children, Youth, and Families Advisory Committee, Child Care Coordination staff, and Community Development to enhance the quality of childcare and school readiness in the City of Irvine.

The Irvine Child Care Committee acts in an advisory capacity to the Community Services Commission, providing input on the needs of the community pertaining to child care-related issues. The full committee includes five City Council appointees; two center- or home-based child care providers; two parents/guardians; three representatives, one each from Irvine Unified School District, University of California Irvine, and Irvine Valley College; and two community representatives.

Committee meetings  are held on the second Tuesday of January, March, May, September, October and November, from 9:00 am to 10:30 am at Heritage Park Community Center, or other designated Irvine location.

Applicants must be willing to commit to a two-year term of active service, January 2020 through December 2021. Irvine Child Care Committee meetings are held the second Tuesday of select months (at least six times a year) from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at Heritage Park Community Center or other Irvine locations.

Applications are available now at the Irvine Child Resource Center and Irvine Civic Center, and online at cityofirvine.org/childcare. Completed applications must be received by 5 p.m. Monday, September 9. Applications may be mailed or hand-delivered to: Irvine Civic Center, 1 Civic Center Plaza, Irvine, CA 92606.

For additional information, contact Traci Stubbler at 949-724-6635 or tstubbler@cityofirvine.org.  Or contact my Lead Council Executive Assistant, Allison Binder, at abinder@ci.irvine.ca.us.


Clear the Shelters! — All Adoptions $20 on August 17, 2019

For the fifth consecutive year, the Irvine Animal Care Center is participating in Clear the Shelters, a nationwide adoption event hosted locally by NBC4 and Telemundo52.  All adoptions on Saturday, August 17, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., will be just $20.

Discount does not include licensing or puppy wellness fees.

Clear the Shelters was created to raise awareness about the benefits of adopting from a local shelter.

Last year’s event was the largest single-day pet adoption drive in Southern California, with more than 11,500 animals adopted in Orange, Los Angeles, Ventura, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties.

Nationwide, more than 80,000 pets were adopted from 1,000 shelters.

Since the program’s inception in 2015, more than 180,000 animals have found their forever homes.

Visit cleartheshelters.com for more information.

The Irvine Animal Care Center is a progressive and innovative municipal animal shelter that continually strives to strengthen the human-animal bond and improve the welfare of animals by promoting their humane care and treatment.

The Center’s 3.73 acre, park-like facility cares for thousands of homeless, neglected and abused animals every year.  All animals in their care receive veterinary care, high-quality food, soft bedding and daily socialization.

Your support helps the Center fulfill its mission of placing all adoptable animals into permanent, loving, responsible pet homes and reuniting owner-identified animals with their owners; providing a safe, clean, caring and enriching environment that meets the high standards of our community and provides the community a resource of trained and knowledgeable staff and volunteers; and promoting human responsibility for companion animals.

We are so fortunate to have the Irvine Animal Center in our community!

To learn more about the Irvine Animal Care Center, visit irvineanimals.org, or call 949-724-7740.

Join Me and the Irvine Police Department at the Annual National Night Out Celebration on Tues., Aug. 6, 2019!

Join your Irvine neighbors and the Irvine Police Department at the annual National Night Out Celebration on August 6 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.  Once again, the Irvine Police Department will host festivities at three locations throughout the City.

This free event features police vehicles, appearances by the Mounted and K-9 Units, crime prevention tips, and bounce houses and other activities for kids.

Grab a bite on a warm summer night from food trucks that will have items available for purchase.

Join us at these locations:

  • Cypress Community Park, 255 Visions, Irvine CA 92618. Kids are sure to want to meet the officers and horses that make up our Mounted Unit, a new crowd favorite. One of our beloved K9s will be eager to greet children and adults alike. Get up close to police motorcycles, patrol cars, and a SWAT vehicle. Kids are encouraged to bring bikes and helmets for the bike rodeo.
  • Adventure Playground @ University Community Park,  Beech Tree Lane, Irvine, CA 92612. Hop into a police vehicle or visit with a K9 to start off the fun. Meet officers and learn about our Community Emergency Response Team, as well as other Department units. The popular Adventure Playground will stay open late for families to enjoy.
  • The Ranch Neighborhood Park, 5161 Royale Ave, Irvine, CA 92604. Our Animal Services Unit will please crowds at the Ranch. Tour police vehicles, meet Police Explorers and Youth Action Team members, and learn about Crime Prevention.

National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live.

National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community.

It also provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances.

Children at all three locations will receive a free IPD police vehicle squish toy while supplies last.

Join us to say Hello and Thank You to the men and women who make Irvine America’s Safest City!

For more information, go to cityofirvine.org or call 949-724-7193.

See you there!

Is Your Pet Ready for Their Close-Up? Enter the 2020 Irvine Pet Calendar Contest!

Is your dog, cat or rabbit ready for their close-up?

The Irvine Animal Care Center is seeking photo entries for this year’s Make Your Pet a Star Photo Fundraiser!

All pictures that meet entry guidelines will be included in our 2020 Irvine Animal Care Center wall calendar!

Photo fundraiser entrants receive a free print calendar, and 13 winners will have their pet featured in a full-month spread.

Online photo submissions will be accepted up to August 31, 2019.

Entry fee is $25 per photo or $100 for five photos.

Funds raised go toward the center’s Enhanced Care, Foster Care, and Third Chance for Pets programs.

For entry guidelines and to submit your photo, please visit irvineanimals.org/petcalendar.

Join Me for for Irvine’s 2019 Free Sizzlin’ Summer Concerts at Mike Ward Community Park!

The City of Irvine’s annual summer tradition returns on Sunday, July 7, 2019, when the Sizzlin’ Summer Concert Series kicks off at Mike Ward Community Park in Woodbridge!

The community is invited to a series of six free family-friendly concerts in the park covering a variety of musical tastes — from modern country and classic rock to classical symphony and ’80s new wave.

Festivities include a children’s play area and gournet food trucks.

Councilmember Melissa Fox introducing 2018 High School Youth Action Team Akustikoff Award winner Sara Peyton King.

Guests should bring chairs and blankets; layered clothing is recommended.

Bring a picnic basket or purchase treats from the gourmet food trucks!

Mike Ward Community Park – Woodbridge is located at 20 Lake Road, Irvine.

Here’s the lineup for the 2019 Sizzlin’ Summer Concert Series:

  • Sunday, July 7, 5:30 p.m.: Pop Gun Rerun (’80s Tribute)
    Pop Gun Rerun performs the greatest hits of ’80s. Get ready to rock out on the dance floor to this premier ’80s live music experience.
  • Sunday, July 14, 5:30 p.m.: The Suffragettes (Pop Variety)
    The Suffragettes are an all-female group that will perform your favorite Top 40 hits. They will be sure to fill the park with your favorite tunes, so get ready to sing along. At 6:30 p.m., enjoy an intermission performance by Saveena Patel, the Irvine High School Youth Action Team Akustikoff winner.
  • Sunday, July 21, 5:30 p.m.: The Trip (Rocking the Decades)
    The Trip is a high energy band that will take you on a fun-filled musical journey through the ’60s, ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s — all the way to today!
  • Sunday, July 28, 5:30 p.m.: The Country Club (Country Hits)
    This dynamic band will perform the best of country’s current hits along with a few crowd favorites from other genres. At 6:30 p.m. get ready to kick up your boots and join us for a free country line dance instruction at intermission.
  • Sunday, August 4: Pacific Symphony in the Cities
    • 5:30 p.m.: Musical Playground for Children
    • 7 p.m. Pacific Symphony Concert

Enjoy a must-do summer tradition: a free outdoor concert by Pacific Symphony, led by Music Director Carl St. Clair.

  • Sunday, August 11, 5:30 p.m.: Tijuana Dogs (Dance Party Rock)
    The Tijuana Dogs are a popular Orange County rock band. This high energy party rock band will have you up and dancing the entire time.

For more information, visit cityofirvine.org/specialevents or call 949-724-6606.

See you there!


Invitation to Attend the Irvine Transportation Commission Meeting on Tuesday, May 21, 2019, to Hear the Stop Sign Compliance Report!

You are invited to attend the Irvine Transportation Commission on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 at 5:30 p.m., when the City’s Stop Sign Compliance Report  — requested by me in response to residents’ complaints about motorists not obeying stop signs in Irvine —  will be presented to the Commission and to the public.

The Stop Sign Compliance Report was prepared at my request because I am very concerned that although Irvine is world-famous as a safe place to live and raise our families, it won’t stay that way unless all Irvine’s motorists obey the stop signs and respect pedestrians’ right-of-way.

It’s not just our reputation as America’s safest city that is on the line. Our lives, and the lives of our children, are at stake.

The Report is the only item on the agenda.

The public is invited to attend the presentation and ask questions.

This is the first step in the process.  It remains to be seen if the Commission will recommend more enforcement or larger stop signs to improve compliance.  That’s why it is important for the concerned public to see this presentation!



Join Me at Irvine’s Korean Cultural Festival on Sat., May 11!

Join me at the Irvine Korean Cultural Festival on Saturday, May 11, 2019, at the Irvine Civic Center.

2019 marks the 10th anniversary of the Irvine Korean Cultural Festival, an event designed to celebrate and share Korean cultural heritage and artistic traditions with the broader Irvine community and Orange County.

The Festival is a culture-filled extravaganza full of fine Korean food, games, art, music and entertainment.

The Irvine Korean Cultural Festival is committed to making the festival an educational opportunity for children and the community of Irvine. Enjoy dynamic cultural performances while sampling delicious cuisine from Irvine’s premier restaurants.

As the daughter of a Korean War combat veteran, the cousin of a United States Marine who was killed in action in the Battle of the Chosin Reservoir, and as a resident of Irvine, I feel a deep connection to Korea and a deep appreciation for the vital contributions that Korean Americans have made to our city, our state, and our nation.

I am proud to live and serve on the City Council in a city that celebrates and treasures our Korean American community and I join my Korean American friends and neighbors in celebrating Korean American contributions to our shared American heritage and way of life.

Along with the Irvine Korean Festival founders, sponsors, and dedicated volunteers, I strongly believe that the festival experience will help bring about mutual understanding and appreciation of different cultures, which will result in the promotion of peace and harmony among all people in the Irvine community and beyond.

Please join me!

What: Irvine Korean Cultural Festival

When: Sat., May 11, 2019. 10:00 am – 5:00 pm.

Where: Irvine Civic Center, 1 Civic Center Plaza, Irvine, CA 92606

Free Admission!

Free On-site parking and Off-Site parking with Shuttle.

Shuttle info: 3377 Michelson Drive, Irvine, CA 92612.  Ride the shuttle and get a Free Raffle Ticket!

For more information, visit the Irvine Korean Festival website here.

Irvine Community Land Trust Featured in Case Study in UC Berkeley’s Affordable Housing Series

As Chair of the Irvine Community Land Trust, and as an Irvine City Councilmember who has made helping to create affordable housing a priority, I am excited that the Land Trust was recently featured in a case study by the Terner Center for Housing Innovation at UC Berkeley, exploring the impact that local efforts can have in improving the state’s housing crisis.

The Terner Center explains that “Cities have an important role to play in addressing California’s affordable housing shortage, and local policies such as community land trusts, reforming impact fees, and reducing barriers to multi-family housing production can all make a significant difference. Made possible by the support of California’s Department of Housing and Community Development, the Terner Center has conducted a series of case studies to explore how action at the local level can help to address the state’s housing shortfall.”

Irvine Community Land Trust Chair Melissa Fox with Affordable Housing Award for ICLT’s Parc Derian

The case study explains that “Homes for sale or rent within a CLT [Community Land Trust} are permanently held below the market cost while also offering the potential for residents to build equity and share in the economic advancement of their neighborhood.

Faced with rising housing costs and a steady decline in affordable homes, Irvine, California created the Irvine Community Land Trust (Irvine CLT) in 2006 to ensure that all new units created using a public subsidy or as a result of the city’s inclusionary housing ordinance would remain affordable in perpetuity.”

It notes that the Land Trust has recently run into greater opposition from some residents who oppose additional housing, noting that “While
initially the Irvine CLT only developed on vacant land without much neighborhood opposition, the CLT reported that they had
begun to experience neighborhood resistance to an infill project.”

In fact, one of the most difficult to overcome obstacles to creating affordable housing throughout California is resistance from the affluent neighbors, which was the subject of a special — and packed — session at the 2019 Housing California Conference I attended this month in Sacramento.

At the Irvine Community Land Trust, we have sought to overcome resistance and generate community support by voluntarily continuing to keep our board meetings open to the public, by making our board agendas and minutes, going back to 2012, available online, as well as by making our financials and tax returns also available online.

You can read the Terner Center Case Study, which is part of its series “Statewide Goals, Local Tools: Case Studies in Affordable Housing Development in California,” here.

You can read more about my work with the Irvine Community Land Trust to create more affordable housing here, here and here.