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List of Virginia Tech Shooting Victims

Israeli Liviu Librescu, left, and Indian-born G.V. Loganathan, professors at Virginia Tech and victims of the shooting rampage on April 16, 2007, in photos from the Virginia Tech Web site. (Photo: Virginia Tech) Israeli Liviu Librescu, left, and Indian-born G.V. Loganathan, professors at Virginia Tech and victims of the shooting rampage on April 16, 2007, in photos from the Virginia Tech Web site. (Photo: Virginia Tech)

04/17/2007

BLACKSBURG, Va. (CBS/AP)- Ross Alameddine, 20, of Saugus, Mass., according to his mother, Lynnette Alameddine. Friends described the sophomore majoring in English, business information technology and French as "an intelligent, funny, easy-going guy."

Ryan Clark, 22, a student from Martinez, Ga., was a fifth-year student working toward a triple-degree in psychology, biology and English and carried a 4.0 grade-point average. He was a member of the Marching Virginians band. He was a resident assistant at Ambler Johnson Hall, the dorm where the first shootings took place.

Peruvian student Daniel Perez Cueva, 21, was killed while in his French class, said his mother, Betty Cueva.

Prof. Kevin Granata, age unknown, researched muscle and reflex response and robotics. Ishwar K. Puri, head of the engineering science and mechanics department, called Granata one of the top five biomechanics researchers in the country working on movement dynamics in cerebral palsy.

Caitlin Hammaren, 19, of Westtown, N.Y., a sophomore majoring in international studies and French, according to Minisink Valley, N.Y., school officials who spoke with Hammaren's family.

Emily Jane Hilscher, a 19-year-old freshman from Woodville and an animal and poultry sciences major, was known in rural Rappahannock County as an animal lover. County Administrator John McCarthy, a family friend, said she worked at a veterinarian's office "and cared about them her whole life."

Prof. Liviu Librescu, 76, an Israeli born in Romania, was known internationally for his research in aeronautical engineering.

Prof. G.V. Loganathan, 51, an Indian-born civil and environmental engineering professor, had been a professor at Virginia Tech since 1982. "For us it was like an electric shock. We've totally collapsed today," his brother G.V. Palanivel said from the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. "Our parents are elderly and have broken down completely."

Mary Karen Read was born in South Korea into an Air Force family
and lived in Texas and California before settling in Annandale, Va. Her aunt, Karen Kuppinger in Rochester, N.Y., said her 19-year-old niece had struggled adjusting to Tech's sprawling campus, but had recently begun making friends and looking into a sorority. "I think she wanted to try to spread her wings," she said.

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