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Names Of The Victims At Virginia Tech

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Names of some of the victims of shootings at Virginia Tech

The Associated Press



A list of the victims of the shootings at Virginia Tech:

_ Ross Abdallah Alameddine, 20, sophomore from Saugus, Mass.

_ Christopher James Bishop, 35, according to Darmstadt University of Technology in Germany, where he helped run an exchange program.

_ Brian Roy Bluhm, 25, civil engineering graduate student from Stephens City, Va. He had previously lived in Iowa, Detroit and Louisville, Ky.

_ Ryan Christopher Clark, 22, of Martinez, Ga., senior majoring in psychology.

_ Austin Michelle Cloyd, sophomore international studies major and member of the honors program from Blacksburg, Va. Cloyd and her family previously lived in Champaign, Ill.

_ Jocelyne Couture-Nowak, French instructor, according to her husband, Jerzy Nowak, the head of the horticulture department at Virginia Tech.

_ Daniel Alejandro Perez Cueva, 21, of Peru, sophomore majoring in international studies. He also had lived in Woodbridge, Va.

_ Kevin Granata, engineering science and mechanics professor, according to Ishwar K. Puri, the head of the engineering science and mechanics department.

_ Matthew Gregory Gwaltney, 24, of Chester, Va., graduate student in civil and environmental engineering, according to his father and stepmother, Greg and Linda Gwaltney.

_ Caitlin Millar Hammaren, 19, sophomore majoring in international studies from Westtown, N.Y.

_ Jeremy Michael Herbstritt, 27, civil engineering graduate student from Bellefonte, Pa.

_ Rachael Hill, 18, of Glen Allen, Va., according to her father, Guy Hill.

_ Emily Jane Hilscher, 19-year-old freshman from Woodville, Va., majoring in animal and poultry sciences.

_ Jarrett Lee Lane, 22, senior majoring in civil engineering from Narrows, Va.

_ Matthew Joseph La Porte, 20, sophomore from Dumont, N.J.

_ Henry J. Lee, also known as Henh Ly, 20, first-year student majoring in computer engineering from Roanoke, Va. He had enough advanced-placement credits to be considered a sophomore by Virginia Tech.

_ Liviu Librescu, 76, engineering science and mechanics professor who joined the faculty in 1985. Originally from Romania and had also lived in Israel.

_ G.V. Loganathan, 51, civil and environmental engineering professor, according to his brother G.V. Palanivel.

_ Partahi Mamora Halomoan Lumbantoruan, 34, of Indonesia, civil engineering doctoral student.

_ Lauren Ashley McCain, 20, of Hampton, Va., freshman international studies major.

_ Daniel Patrick O'Neil, 22, of Lincoln, R.I., first-year graduate student in environmental engineering.

_ Juan Ramon Ortiz, 26, graduate student in civil engineering from Bayamon, Puerto Rico.

_ Minal Hiralal Panchal, 26, of Mumbai, India, graduate student in architecture.

_ Erin Peterson, 18, of Chantilly, Va., an international studies major, according to her father, Grafton Peterson.

_ Michael Steven Pohle Jr., 23, of Flemington, N.J., senior majoring in biology.

_ Julia Kathleen Pryde, 23, graduate student in biological systems engineering from Middletown, N.J.

_ Mary Karen Read, 19, freshman from Annandale, Va.

_ Reema Joseph Samaha, 18, freshman from Centreville, Va.

_ Waleed Mohammed Shaalan, 32, of Zagazig, Egypt, doctoral student in civil engineering.

_ Leslie Sherman, sophomore history and international studies student from Springfield, Va., according to her grandmother Gerry Adams.

_ Maxine Turner, 22, senior majoring in chemical engineering from Vienna, Va., according to her father, Paul Turner.

_ Nicole White, 20, junior majoring in international studies from Smithfield, Va., according to a family statement released by the Suffolk, Va., Police Department.


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