A bronze plaque at Memorial Plaza outside Smith Hall bears the names of the seven alumni who were killed in the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11.
The Holy Cross community marks the anniversary of Sept. 11 with prayers for our seven alumni and their families, and for all who died and suffered that tragic day.
The alumni lost on 9/11 are:
• Edward A. Brennan III ’86
• Thomas D. Burke ’85
• Neilie A. Heffernan Casey ’90
• John G. Farrell ’91
• Todd A. Isaac ’94
• Beth A. Quigley ’97
• John J. Ryan ’78
These alumni will be remembered at College masses in the McCooey Chapel at 12:05 and 9 p.m.
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