Remembering The Caribbean Victims Of 9/11

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Family members, emergency workers and others attend a commemoration ceremony for the victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks at the National September 11 Memorial and Museum fifteen years after the day on September 11, 2016 in New York City. Throughout the country services are being held to remember the 2,977 people who were killed in New York, the Pentagon and in a field in rural Pennsylvania. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

News Americas, NY, NY, Sun. Sept. 11, 2016: Today, as many across the US and the world pause to mark the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attack, its easy to forget the many immigrants and Caribbean immigrants who died on September 11, 2001, in the heat of the anti-immigrant rhetoric that has marked this Presidential Election cycle.

Yet there were an estimated 110 known Caribbean nationals among the nearly 3,000  killed in the attacks of September 11, 2001 and February 26, 1993. Services are being held across the United States and the world today to mark 15 years since the 11 September attacks.

Six moments of silence were held in New York City today, to mark the times four hijacked planes crashed and the two World Trade Center towers fell.

The known Caribbean victims of 9/11 listed at the memorial are as follows per country. Let’s never forget as President Obama reiterated this year.

Guyana

  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

Jamaica

  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

Barbados

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

Dominica

  1. Fitzroy St. Rose
  2. Lucy Francis

Dominican Republic

There were an estimated 47 DR nationals who died on 9/11 including:

Pedro Checo

Faustino Apostol

Alvarez Victoria Brito

Janet Alonso

David Agnes

Frank Thomas Aquilino

Lilian Caceres

Eddie Calderon

Alejandro Castaño

Jaime Concepcion

Nestor Chevalier

Haiti

  1. Mark Y. Gilles
  2. Andre Bonheur, Jr.
  3. 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

Grenada

  1. Jeffrey G. La Touche

Bermuda

  1. Kevin Patrick York
  2. Rhondelle Cherie Tankard

 

 

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