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Bishundat, Bowen,
Carver, Houtz,
Marshall, Yamnicky,


At 9:43 am on 11 September 2007, American Airlines Flight 77, from Washington D.C. to Los Angeles, was deliberately crashed into the Pentagon.  The 64 crew members and passengers on the plane and 136 civilian and military personnel in the Pentagon died in the crash.

2002 ceremony at the Charles County Government Building dedicated a commemorative plaque for our six local victims.  During the ceremony they were spoken of with the following descriptions. 

Kris Romeo Bishundat, 23, Waldorf — a systems technican in the US Navy — was remembered for his “friendliness and ability to form meaningful relationships”.

Donna Bowen, 42, Waldorf – a civilian employee of Verizon communications at the Pentagon – was remembered for her love for her family. 

Sharon Carver, 38, Waldorf – a civilian employee at the Pentagon, was remembered for her “honesty, bluntness and big, beautiful smile”

Angela Houtz, 27, La Plata – a civilian employee – was remembered for her “sharpness, diligence and good humor”

Shelley A. Marshall, 37, Marbury – “She lived passionately, loved fiercely and left us a hero,” said husband, Donn Marshall.

John D. Yamnicky, 71, Waldorf – was a passenger aboard American Airlines Flight 77 which crashed into the Pentagon.  He was remembered as “magnificent man devoted to his faith, his family and his country”

St. Mary’s County’s Marvin R. Woods, 57, of Great Mills and Calvert County’s Edmond Young, 22, of Owings also lost their lives at the Pentagon.


“…the deaths of all our heroes, must not be in vain. Their deaths must mark a turning point in our world.” Donn Marshall.


Full lists of the names of the 9/11 victims can be found at these two independent links.