Victims of the Boston flights
American Airlines Flight 175
Carl Hammond: Passenger.
Peter Hanson, 32, Sue Kim Hanson, 33, and Christine Hanson, a preschooler, all of Groton. Peter was a software salesman and landscaping enthusiast. Sue was a BU lab technician and Ph.D. student. They and their daughter were on their way to Disneyland.
Gerald Hardacre, 61, of Carlsbad, Calif.: Retired chemical engineer. He enjoyed golfing, fishing, and cussing out his wife's car, which he found tougher to fix than the automobiles of old. "I know that he would have been the first guy out of that seat when something began to happen on that plane," said Bill Russell, a friend and neighbor. He leaves behind a wife, daughter, and stepdaughter.
Eric Hartono, 20, of Newton: A student. Hartono was originally from Indonesia, and his family settled in Oregon. His father is a vice president with Fuji Film. He was moving to Los Angeles.
James E. Hayden, 47, of Westford: Chief Financial Officer of
Waltham-based Netegrity Inc. He was traveling on business. "He helped build this company plank by plank," said Netegrity CEO Barry Bycoff. He leaves his wife and two children.
Herb W. Homer, 48, of Milford: Senior official for the Department of Defense overseeing corporate operations of Raytheon Co. An Everett native and a Northeastern University graduate, he leaves his wife, Karen.
Michael Horrocks, 38, of Glen Mills, Pa.: Copilot and a former Marine pilot. He had been a star quarterback at West Chester University in the early 1980s, and some of his records still stand. He leaves his wife, Miriam, and two children.
Robert Jalbert, 61, Swampscott:
Salesman for the Rogers Foam Co. in Somerville. He flew to Los Angeles often for business. His wife, Catherine Jalbert, a nursing specialist at Beverly Hospital, planned to meet her husband and then to fly to Seattle to visit their daughter, Julie, 30. The couple have another daughter, Suzanne, 32. "We had a wonderful day with him on Sunday when we celebrated his birthday," said his son, Michael, 34.
Amy Jarret, 28, North Smithfield, R.I.: Flight attendant with United for about six years. She grew up in Woonsocket, R.I. "She was just a wonderful daughter," said her father, Arem Jarret. "She and I took many trips together." She was planning a trip to Italy with her boyfriend.