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Remembering the Fallen

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At our Excellence in Government conference this morning, Office of Personnel Management Director John Berry called for a moment of silence for the victims of the Oklahoma City bombing. After the attack, Associated Press put together a list of the victims by floor of the building and by agency. In memoriam, I'm reproducing it here and after the jump:

NINTH FLOOR

Drug Enforcement Administration

Shelly D. Bland, 25, of Tuttle

Carrol June "Chip" Fields, 48, Guthrie

Rona Linn Kuehner-Chafey, 35, Oklahoma City

Carrie Ann Lenz, 26, Chotaw

Kenneth Glenn McCullough, 36, Edmond

U.S. Secret Service

Cynthia L. Brown, 26, Oklahoma City

Donald Ray Leonard, 50, Edmond

Mickey B. Maroney, 50, Oklahoma City

Linda G. McKinney, 47, Oklahoma City

Kathy Lynn Seidl, 39, Bethel

Alan G. Whicher, 40, Edmond

 
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