Ann C. Judge
Hometown: Great Falls, Va., USA
Occupation: Travel officer manager, National Geographic Society
Location: Passenger, American Flight 77, Pentagon
"Thanksgiving was absolutely Ann's favorite holiday. She loved to cook and entertain, and rarely would the crowd be less than 20. It was her chance to let friends and family alike know how important they were to her. On Thanksgiving Day, as well as through life, 'the more, the merrier' was her motto." --Geoff Judge, husband
Ann Judge was a National Geographic Society employee leading a D.C. students' trip to California. A neighbor called her a lovely woman -- a passionate gardener and a "softie" for her labrador retriever, Bubba.
Source: The Washington Post, AP and washingtonpost.com
The profiles in this feature were written in the months following Sept. 11, 2001.
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