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Old 26 Sep 2006 , 23:22 PM   #15
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For what it is worth, below is a linky to a list of Canadian 9/11 victims, or with links to Canada, in general...

http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/World/Wa...822269-cp.html

Below are those from on the flights:

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Garnet (Ace) Bailey - The 53-year-old director of pro scouting for the National Hockey League's Los Angeles Kings was a native of Lloydminster, Sask. He was aboard United Airlines Flight 175 when it crashed into the World Trade Center's south tower. He was a veteran of 11 NHL seasons as a player with the Boston Bruins, the Detroit Red Wings, the St. Louis Blues and the Washington Capitals. He moved to the World Hockey Association for the 1978-79 season and joined the Edmonton Oilers where he was a linemate of teenage phenomenon Wayne Gretzky. Bailey ended his playing career in 1980 after he accumulated seven Stanley Cup rings and turned to coaching. He is survived by his wife, Katherine, and son, Todd. Katherine, who lives in Lynnfield, Mass., has started the Ace Bailey Children's Fund, which supports play centres and programs at the Tufts New England Medical Center in Boston.-

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Alexander Filipov - Filipov, 70, was born in Regina and lived in Concord, Mass. He was on American Airlines Flight 11 when it hit the World Trade Center, but had been booked on another Delta flight to Los Angeles. He switched his flight at the last minute, thinking it would allow him to get home sooner for his 44th wedding anniversary on Sept. 15. An electrical engineer with three sons, Filipov became a U.S. citizen in 1962. His widow, Loretta, said he never slowed down, trying bungee jumping at age 60 and carrying on with his favourite pastimes - golf, skiing and music.

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LeRoy Homer - Homer, 36, was the co-pilot of United Airlines Flight 93 that crashed in Pennsylvania after being taken over by hijackers. Homer was an American citizen, but his wife Melodie Thorpe was Canadian, having grown up in Hamilton. Family say Homer always wanted to be a pilot. He was just 15 when he started flight instruction in a Cessna 152. The couple, who lived in Marlton, N.J., have a young daughter. Homer joined the forces, serving in Desert Shield and Desert Storm, and later supporting operations in Somalia. He received many commendations during his military career. He joined United Airlines in May 1995 and received awards posthumously for his actions on board Flight 93. The LeRoy W. Homer Jr. Foundation was established to provide financial support and encouragement to young people who want to pursue professional flight instruction leading to certification as a private pilot.
Hope it can be of use to anyone...

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