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In Memoriam
Kellogg mourns the loss of three alumni who died in the Sept. 11 attacks

Ted Hennessy ’93
  Ted Hennessy '93
Edward (Ted) Hennessy, 35, of Belmont, Mass., died in the Sept. 11 attack on the World Trade Center in New York. He was a passenger on American Airlines Flight # 11. Mr. Hennessy was a partner and principal in Emergence Consulting LLC in Lincoln, Mass.

Born in Winchester, Mass., Mr. Hennessy was a cum laude graduate of Harvard College in 1988. His degree was in biology, but he elected to pursue a management degree at the Kellogg School, receiving his MBA in 1993.

A member of the pit orchestra with the Hasty Pudding Theatricals throughout his undergraduate years, he was the co-author of “Whiskey Business” in 1989. While at Kellogg, he wrote part of the annual Special K Revue variety shows, arranged musical numbers and conducted the orchestra.

Prior to his association with Emergence, Mr. Hennessy was employed with InScribe, Inc., a software computerized calligraphy company, and as a management consultant with Corporate Decisions, Inc. and Renaissance Solutions.

He leaves his wife of 10 years, Melanie Salisbury, daughter Rachel, 6, and son Matthew, 4. He is also survived by his parents, Edward R. Sr., and Geraldine Lavoie Hennessy; and two sisters, Susan Kelleher and Kathleen Bird. He was predeceased by his eldest sister, Sharon Marie Hennessy.

A memorial service was held in St. Joseph’s Church in Belmont, Mass., on Sept. 17.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Rachel and Matthew Hennessy Educational Trust, c/o Belmont Savings Bank, 2 Leonard Street, Belmont MA 02478.

David S. Lee ’90
  David Lee '90
David S. Lee ‘90 died Sept. 11 at the World Trade Center in New York. Mr. Lee, 37, was a Pacific Rim equity analyst and vice president at Fiduciary Trust International.

Mr. Lee graduated with a bachelor’s degree from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in 1986 and earned his MBA from Kellogg in 1990. He joined Fiduciary in 1996, after working seven years as an international equity analyst with Prudential.

Mr. Lee leaves his wife, Angiela, who is pregnant with their first child.

Friends and colleagues have established a memorial fund in support of Mr. Lee’s family. Contributions may be sent to the David Lee Memorial Fund, PNC Bank, 500 College Rd. East, Princeton, NY 08540.

Patrick Jude Murphy ’97
  Patrick Murphy '97
Patrick Jude Murphy, 38, was among those killed in the Sept. 11 attacks on the U.S. Pentagon in Washington, D.C.

Mr. Murphy served in the U.S. Naval Reserves for five years and was at the Pentagon for two weeks of active duty, said his sister, Kathleen Schweikart.

He completed The Managers’ Program at the Kellogg School in 1997.

Mr. Murphy was raised in Chicago’s south suburbs and had recently relocated to New Jersey from Park Ridge, Ill., with his wife and two sons. He attended Marian Catholic High School in Chicago Heights and received an undergraduate degree in chemical engineering from the University of Mississippi.

In addition to his sister, Mr. Murphy is survived by his wife, Mako; sons Mitch, 6, and Casey, 3; mother Joan Miller; brother John; and another sister, Susan Johns.

A memorial fund has been established. Donations may be sent to The Educational Fund for Patrick Murphy’s Sons, Harris Bank, Hawthorne Square, 1795 S. Washington, Naperville, IL 60565.

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