Caribbean Victims Of 9/11 ‘Live’ On At Memorial Pools


The names of the Caribbean victims of September 11, 2001, ‘live’ on, on the bronze parapets surrounding the Memorial pools at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum in downtown Manhattan.

News Americas, NY, NY, Fri. Sept. 11, 2015: Today, as many across the US pause to mark the 14th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attack, many of the names of the Caribbean victims of September 11, 2001, ‘live’ on, on the bronze parapets surrounding the Memorial pools at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum in downtown Manhattan.

The names of the estimated 63 known Caribbean nationals are displayed among the nearly 3,000 names of the men, women, and children killed in the attacks of September 11, 2001 and February 26, 1993.


Names are stencil-cut into the parapets, allowing visitors to look through the names at the water, and to create paper impressions or rubbings of individual names. At night, light shines up through the voids created by each letter of a name.

The design of the names parapet provides a direct relationship between a visitor, the names, and the water, allowing for a feeling of quiet reverence between the visitor and the Memorial.

Those visiting the museum also enter an exhibition along a corridor in which portrait photographs of the nearly 3,000 victims form a “Wall of Faces,” communicating the scale of human loss.

Nearby, touch screen tables allow visitors to discover additional information about each person, including photographs, images of objects and audio remembrances by family, friends and coworkers. Rotating selections of personal artifacts are also featured. An inner chamber presents profiles of individual victims in a dignified sequence through photographs, biographical information and audio recordings.

The known Caribbean victims of 9/11 listed at the memorial are as follows per country:



  1. Nezam A. Hafiz
  2. Eustace R. Bacchus
  3. Kris Romeo Bishundat
  4. Annette Andrea Dataram
  5. Ricknauth Jaggernauth
  6. Sarah Khan
  7. Amarnauth Lachhman
  8. Amenia Rasool
  9. Sita Nermalla Sewnarine
  10. Hardai Parbhu


  1. Delrose E. Forbes Cheatham
  2. Joyce Smith
  3. Vaswald George Hall
  4. Derrick Auther Green
  5. Joan Donna Griffith
  6. Courtney Wainsworth Walcott
  7. John Sylvester White
  8. Lloyd Stanford Brown
  9. Kerene Gordon
  10. Denise Marie Gregory
  11. Michael Richards
  12. Venesha Orintia Richards

Antigua & Barbuda

  1. Albert Gunnis Joseph
  2. Emelda Perry
  3. Catherina Henry-Robinson


  1. Colin Arthur Bonnett
  2. Pauline Francis
  3. Melissa Renée Vincent


  1. Fitzroy St. Rose
  2. Lucy Francis
  3. Haiti

    Mark Y. Gilles
  4. Andre Bonheur, Jr.
  5. Francois Jean-Pierre

Trinidad and Tobago

  1. Rena Sam Dinnoo
  2. Winston Arthur Grant
  3. Stephen Joseph
  4. Glenroy I. Neblett
  5. Boyie Mohammed
  6. Clara Victorine Hinds
  7. Anthony Portillo
  8. Goumatie Thackurdeen

Puerto Rico

  1. Edna Cintron
  2. Rosa J. Gonzalez
  3. Alexis Leduc
  4. Ivan Vale
  5. Santos Valentin Jr.
  6. Peter Vega
  7. Norberto Hernandez
  8. Diana B. Padro
  9. Carmen Milagros Rodriguez
  10. Sonia Mercedes Morales Puopolo
  11. Carlos Segarra
  12. Angel M. Pabon, Jr.
  13. Victor Daniel Barbosa
  14. Carlos R. Lillo
  15. Juan Nieves Jr.
  16. Waleska Martinez
  17. Paul DeCola, Matthew Diaz
    Milagros Hromada
  18. Isaias Rivera
  19. Linda Ivelisse RiveraIvan Antonio Perez


  1. Jeffrey G. La Touche


  1. Kevin Patrick York
  2. Rhondelle Cherie Tankard

The 2015 September 11, 2001 anniversary ceremony begins at 8:40 a.m. today and the first moment of silence will be held at 8:46 a.m., marking the time Flight 11 struck the North Tower.

At 3 p.m., the 9/11 Memorial will be open to the public for a special viewing of the Tribute in Light on the anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks. The Tribute in Light will illuminate the New York City sky just south of the Memorial site.

Meanwhile, Pope Francis will visit the National September 11 Memorial & Museum as part of the pontiff’s first trip to America.

On Sept. 25, Pope Francis will visit the 9/11 Memorial and pay his respects to the nearly 3,000 victims.

After seeing the Memorial, the Pope will lead a Multi-religious Meeting for Peace inside the 9/11 Memorial Museum, where he will gather with local representatives of the world religions to give a common witness to peace. The program will include an address by the Pope, prayers and meditations from various religious traditions.


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