In Memory Of Christopher Andrew Jones

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Christopher Andrew Jones

Student - Syracuse University

Christopher (Chris) Andrew Jones, a Syracuse University junior majoring in English and history, was returning home for an especially nostalgic Christmas at his home in Claverack, New York. It was to be the family's first Christmas since the death of Chris' 18-year-old sister, Jennifer, in January 1988...

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September 23, 2023

Joyous Participant

Posted by Darrell Ames

Injected with life so exuberant, showing his heightened awareness with such glee.
Christopher Jones lived in the arms of celebration, his lo...

January 1, 2000

On Eagles’ Wings - 270 Victim Remembrance Book p.146 - 2000 Edition

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January 1, 1990

On Eagles’ Wings - 270 Victim Remembrance Book p.133 - 1990 Edition

Posted by Foundation Staff

On Eagles’ Wings - 270 Victim Remembrance Book p.134 - 1990 Edition

Posted by Foundation Staff

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