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9/11, Cole survivors at the White House



Who was at the meeting with President Barack Obama?

Carol Ashley of New York. Her daughter died in the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.

Kristen Breitweiser of New Jersey. Her husband died in the World Trade Center.

Debra Burlingame of New York. Her brother was the pilot on the hijacked American airliner that struck the Pentagon.

Patty Casazza of New Jersey. Her husband died in the World Trade Center.

John and Gloria Clodfelter of Virginia. Their sailor son died in the October 2000 suicide bombing of the USS Cole.

Rosemary Dillard of Michigan. Her husband died in the plane that struck the Pentagon.

Beverly Eckert of Connecticut. Her husband died in the World Trade Center.

Mary and Frank Fetchet of Connecticut. Their trader son died in the World Trade Center.

Monica Gabrielle of Connecticut. Her insurance broker husband died in the World Trade Center.

Peter Gadiel of Connecticut. His trader son died in the World Trade Center.

Lou and Mona Gunn of Virginia. Their sailor son died in the suicide bombing of the USS Cole.

Diane and Keith Horning of New Jersey. Their son died in the World Trade Center.

Mindy Kleinberg of New Jersey. Her husband died in the World Trade Center.

Kirk Lippold of Virginia. He was Cole commander at the time, now a retired Navy commander.

Valerie Lucznikowska of New York. Her nephew died in the World Trade Center.

Hamilton Peterson of Maryland. His father and stepmother died in the plane that crashed in Pennsylvania.

Sally Regenhard of New York. Her firefighter son died at the World Trade Center.

John and Rita Riches of New York. Their firefighter son died at the World Trade Center.

Lorrie Triplett and her two daughters, Andrea, 16, and Savannah, 12, of Virginia. Her husband, the girls' father, died in the suicide bombing of the USS Cole.

Lorie Van Auken of New Jersey. Her husband died in the World Trade Center.









Obama staff members:

Gregory Craig, White House counsel.

Denis McDonough, Director of Strategic Communications, National Security Counsel.

Ben Rhodes, Obama speechwriter.

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