SLU Alumni Lost on September 11th
Robert J. ”Bobby” Coll, ’88 of
Glen Ridge, N. J., was 35. He is survived by his wife, Jennifer
Palmer Coll, and two children, Megan Bailey, 2½ , and
Bobby, 10 months old; his parents, Edward and Betty Coll, of
New Rochelle, N. Y.; and a brother and six sisters. At St.
Lawrence, he majored in economics and played football. He went
on to NYU Stern School of Business. He was senior vice president
of financial markets at Eurobrokers and was trying to help
others escape from the South Tower when it collapsed. Contributions
to Bobby’s memory may be made to the Megan and Robert
Coll III Scholar Choice Account and sent to Salomon Smith Barney,
25 Recreation Park Drive, Hingham, MA 02043.
Catherine Gorayeb ’82, age 41, lived
and worked in New York City. She was employed as marketing
director for Random Walk Computing, a technology firm for financial
services, and had a meeting in the World Trade Center the morning
of the attack. She was an English major and briefly operated
a clothing store in Canton after graduating. Survivors are
her parents, Joe and Helene; two brothers, Chris and Andrew;
a sister, Claire, and a daughter, Kate.
Christopher Morrison ’89, age 34, was
a senior vice president for Zurich Scudder Investments Co.,
and was attending a meeting on the 107th floor of One World
Trade Center the day of the attack. He was a resident of Charlestown,
Mass. While at St. Lawrence, Chris majored in economics and
ran track. He is survived by his wife, Kim, and his parents,
Maureen and Joseph Morrison of Andover, Mass., as well as two
sisters and a niece.
Michel A. “Mike” Pelletier ’88 worked
for Cantor Fitzgerald in the World Trade Center and lived in
Greenwich, Conn., with his wife, Sophie, and their children
Sydney, 2, and Nicholas, 5 months. He was a varsity hockey
player and was a member of the 1988 national runner-up team
later inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame, as was his teammate,
Richie Stewart ‘89, who also perished in the attack.
Other survivors are his parents, Lillian and Marcel Pelletier
of Mill Bay, B.C., a sister and two brothers, including Daniel ’90.
Richard H. “Richie” Stewart Jr. ’89 was
a corporate banker for Cantor Fitzgerald in the World Trade
Center. He attended Lawrenceville Academy and while at St.
Lawrence majored in psychology and economics, played ice hockey
and was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. He was
a member of the Athletic Hall of Fame’s 1988 national
runner-up hockey team, as was another victim of the attack,
Mike Pelletier ‘88. He was very active in a student group
that supported Vietnam veterans and worked closely with people
involved on-campus. Survivors are his parents, Richard and
Joan Stewart of Westford, Mass., and a sister, Susan.