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Sue Kim Hanson

Sue Kim Hanson (???? - September 11, 2001) was a lab technician and student. A resident of Groton, Massachusetts she attended and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley. She later earned her Master of Arts at Boston University and was a doctoral candidate there, performing a series of challenging experiments creating mice that lacked the InterLeukin-16 gene to study the role that the gene might play in both asthma and AIDS.

Hanson died at 35 in the crash of United Airlines flight 175 in the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attack. She was traveling with her husband, Peter Burton Hanson and daugther, Christine Lee Hanson. They were on the way to Disneyland and then a trip to visit Sue's relatives.

Sue is survived by her grandmother, Ok-Hee Kim, and her brothers, Stanley and John, all of California.

Tributes and Comments

See September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attack/Casualties.


External Links

Mourners celebrate lives lost in attacks (http://www.newstimes.com/cgi-bin/dbs.cgi?db=news&view_records=1&id=14566)
Young couple loved quiet town life (http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/256/nation/Young_couple_loved_quiet_town_life%2B.shtml)
In Memory of Peter Hanson, Sue Hanson and daughter Christine (http://www.petehansonandfamily.com/)



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