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September 11 Memorial: Remembering the victims who died at the World Trade Center and Pentagon, and in Pennsylvania

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Todd H. Reuben

Age: 40

Hometown: Potomac, Md., USA

Occupation: Tax and business lawyer, Venable, Baetjer, Howard & Civiletti

Location: Passenger, American Flight 77, Pentagon

"He was an avid sports fan, but his passion was soccer. He played at Churchill High School and Emory University. He coached our twin boys. They have played since they were 4, and Todd was really involved in their soccer careers. One of the boys' soccer teams collected money in Todd's memory and made a donation to MSI [Montgomery Soccer Inc.] for disadvantaged children so they could play and enjoy the game. I think that was the perfect tribute." -- Vivian Reuben, wife

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Source: The Washington Post, AP and

The profiles in this feature were written in the months following Sept. 11, 2001.

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